Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Volume 38, Issues 136-139

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1892
 

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Page 691 - The promoters shall, at their own expense, at all times maintain and keep in good condition and repair, with such materials and in such manner as the road authority shall direct and to their satisfaction, so much of any road whereon any tramway belonging to them is laid as lies between the rails of the tramway and (where two tramways are laid by the same promoters in any road at a distance of not more than four feet from each other) the portion of the road between the tramways, and in every case...
Page 553 - American citizens, the same being otherwise unmanufactured in whole or in part, which is now admitted into the ports of the United States free of duty, shall continue to be so .admitted, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall from time to time prescribe.
Page 737 - ... committing or attempting to commit any such offence as in the next preceding section is mentioned, and whose name or residence is unknown to such officer or servant, until such person can be conveniently taken before a justice, or until he be otherwise discharged by due course of law.
Page 98 - England." 2. The object of the said board shall be to arbitrate on wages, or any other matters affecting their respective interests, that may be referred to it from time to time by the employers or operatives, and, by conciliatory means, to interpose its influence to prevent disputes, and put an end to any that may arise.
Page 737 - Railway any such Goods without distinctly marking their Nature on the Outside of the Package, containing the same, or otherwise giving Notice in Writing to the Book-keeper or other Servant...
Page 738 - Act shall take away or abridge the right of the public to pass along or across every or any part of any road along or across which any tramway 576 is laid, whether on or off the tramway, with carriages not having flange wheels or wheels suitable only to run on the rail of the tramway.
Page 737 - If any Person travel or attempt to travel in any Carriage of the Company, or of any other Company or Party using the Railway, without having previously paid his Fare, and with Intent to avoid Payment thereof...
Page 274 - York, a corporation created and existing under the laws of the State of New York, having its principal office in the city of New York, N .Y. (hereinafter called the " Surety"), are held and firmly bound unto the People of the State of New York...
Page 691 - ... and in such manner as the road authority shall direct and to their satisfaction, so much of any road whereon any tramway belonging to them is laid as lies between the rails of the tramway and (where two tramways are laid by the same promoters in any road at a distance of not more than four feet from each other) the portion of the road between the tramways, and in every case so much of the road as extends eighteen inches beyond the rails of and on each side of any such tramway.
Page 85 - Secretary of the Treasury: SIR: I have the honor to state that I have received a letter from the Hon. Wade Hampton of the Senate of the United States, dated twenty-fourth ultimo, transmitting to me a copy of Senate Bill No. 795, to adjust certain accounts...

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