Annual Report of the Isthmian Canal Commission for the Year Ending ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1910
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Page 402 - The indictment or information must be set aside by the court in which the defendant is arraigned, upon his motion, in either of the following cases. If it be an indictment: 1. Where it is not found, indorsed, and presented as prescribed in this code.
Page 62 - They will be equipped with sealing devices to make them watertight. Machines for moving the gates are designed to raise or lower them in approximately ten minutes. The highest level to which it is intended to allow the lake to rise is 87 feet above sea level, and it is probable that this level will be maintained continuously during wet seasons.
Page 56 - The number of locomotives used will vary with the size of the vessel. The usual number required will be four; two ahead, one on each wall, imparting motion to the vessel, and two astern, one on each wall, to aid in keeping the vessel in a central position and to bring it to rest when entirely within the lock chamber. They...
Page 2 - Army, assistant chief engineer, continued in charge of the design of the locks, dams, regulating works, and accessories; the design and construction of aids to navigation: the inspection of the manufacture and erection, under contract or otherwise, of the lock gates, operating machinery, gates and valves, emergency dams and fender chains...
Page 398 - For the first year, one month ; for the second year, two months; for the third year, three months; for the fourth year, four months; for the fifth year, five months; for the sixth and each succeeding year, six months...
Page 400 - ... provided that no charge shall be made for hunting permits issued to enlisted men of the Marine Corps stationed on the Isthmus of Panama. The Treasurer shall keep a record of all licenses issued by him, with the name and residence of the persons to whom they are issued, and the date and serial number thereof.
Page 398 - ... power to deprive him, at his discretion, of any portion or all of the good time that the convict may have earned, but not less than as provided for the fourth offense...
Page 402 - ... the following ordinance was enacted, to be in force in the Canal Zone on and after the date of its approval by the Secretary of War: Every proprietor or manager of any hotel, boarding or lodging house in the Canal Zone shall keep a register of all guests, which register shall clearly show the name, nationality and date of arrival of each guest, the place from whence he came and the date of his departure and destination. Any proprietor or manager failing to keep such register, or any guest failing...
Page 51 - Nos. 6425, 6426, and 6427. (Pls. 78, 79, and 80.) It consists especially of a single rising valve stem with its lower end connected to the valve by two pins at right angles to each other, allowing for slight movements of the valve. This stem passes vertically through a stuffing box in a horizontal water-tight bulkhead, closing the bottom of the machinery chamber, which is 32 feet below the high level of water in the lock. The upper end of the valve stem is carried by a crosshead actuated by two vertical,...
Page 36 - Pacific division were also transferred, thus placing all storehouses under the quartermaster's department. Requisitioning for skilled labor was transferred from the quartermaster's department to the chairman's office. The small return received for the outlay in maintaining gardens resulted in their elimination, and horticultural work is now attended to by the district quartermasters. The average number of gold employees on the rolls of the commission during the past year was 4,369, and of the Panama...

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