An American Almanac and Treasury of Facts, Statistical, Financial, and Political, for the Year ..., Volume 5

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American News Company, 1882
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Page 73 - ... by whatsoever name the same heretofore have been, now are, or may hereafter be called, known, or distinguished, used or applied, or to be used or applied as perfumes or as applications to the hair, mouth, or skin, or otherwise used, made, prepared, and sold or removed for consumption and sale in the United States...
Page 73 - ... and sold or removed for consumption and sale in the United States, where such packet, box, bottle, pot, phial, or other inclosure, with its contents, shall not exceed, at the retail price or value, the sum of twenty-five cents, one cent.
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Page 379 - That it shall be lawful to transmit through the mail, free of postage, any letters, packages, or other matters relating exclusively to the business of the Government of the United States: Provided, That every such letter or package to entitle it to pass free shall bear over the words "Official business...
Page 73 - ... making or preparing the same, or has or claims to have any exclusive right or title to the making or preparing the same, or which are prepared, uttered, vended, or exposed for sale under any letters patent, or...
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Page 379 - PUBLICATIONS.— This class includes all newspapers, periodicals, or matter exclusively in print and regularly issued at stated intervals as frequently as four times a year, from a known office of publication or news agency.
Page 357 - ... elected by an enormous vote. In 1869 he was promoted to the supreme court, and in 1872 was created a general-term judge of part one of the supreme court. His interest in political affairs was very great, and he had many friends among political leaders. On the death of President Garfield, Vice-president Chester A. Arthur took the oath of office as president of the United States before him. He was a founder of the Manhattan club, a member of the Tammany society, and of the Friendly sons of St.
Page 53 - The homestead laws give the right to 160 acres of a dollar-and-a-quarter lands, or to 80 acres of two-dollar-anda-half lands, to any citizen or applicant for citizenship over twenty-one who will actually settle upon and cultivate the land. The title is perfected by the issue of a patent after five years of actual settlement. The only charges in the case of homestead entries are fees and commissions.

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