Bulletin of the Public Affairs Information Service: Annual Cumulation, Volume 1

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Public Affairs Information Service., 1915
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Page 16 - An Act to provide for cooperative agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States receiving the benefits of the Act of Congress approved July 2, 1862, and all Acts supplementary thereto, and the United States Department of Agriculture", approved May 8, 1914 (USC, title 7, sees.
Page 143 - ... that he can and will, notwithstanding such opinion, act impartially and fairly upon the matters to be submitted to him.
Page 235 - Resolved, that the following proposition be submitted to the people for their approval or rejection at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next following the first Monday In November, 1912: "Metropolitan Park Loan.
Page 218 - Association to Suggest Remedies and Formulate Proposed Laws to Prevent Delay and Unnecessary Cost in Litigation...
Page 39 - An act to provide for the health, safety, and welfare of minors: By forbidding their employment or work in certain establishments and occupations, and under certain specified ages; by restricting their hours of labor, and regulating certain conditions of their employment; by requiring employment certificates for certain minors, and prescribing the kinds thereof, and the rules for the issuance, reissuance, filing, return, and recording of the Child labor.
Page 104 - Any city or town may establish and maintain, within its limits, a permanent wood, coal and fuel yard, for the purpose of selling, at cost, wood, coal and fuel to its inhabitants. The term 'at cost,' as used herein, shall be construed as meaning without financial profit.
Page 172 - State on motor vehicles used in interstate commerce does not constitute a direct burden on interstate commerce , and that a State which, at its own expense, furnishes special facilities for the use of those engaged in intrastate and interstate commerce may exact compensation therefor, and if the charges are reasonable and uniform, they constitute no burden on interstate commerce.
Page 143 - ... no person shall be disqualified as a juror by reason of having formed or expressed an opinion upon the matter or cause to be submitted to such jury, founded upon public rumor, statements in public journals...
Page 200 - It imposes, however, a restraint, which should be noticed. The carriers may not require an applicant for employment or an employee to agree not to become or remain a member of a labor organization. But this does not constrain the employment of anybody, be he what he may. But it is said it cannot be supposed that labor organizations will, "by illegal or violent measures, interrupt or impair the freedom of commerce...

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