Handbook of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

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American Academy of Political and Social Science., 1891
 

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Page 67 - reasonable facilities for receiving and forwarding all the traffic arriving by one of such railways or canals by the other, without any unreasonable delay, and without any such preference or advantage, or prejudice or disadvantage as aforesaid, and so that no obstruction may be offered to the public desirous of using
Page 65 - commercial interest in it is greater than that of all other countries, while its relation to our power and prosperity as a nation, to our means of defence, our unity, peace, and safety, are matters of paramount concern to the people of the United States. No other great power would, under
Page 6 - in the time, City children soak and blacken soul and sense in city slime ? There the master scrimps his haggard seamstress of her daily bread. There a single, sordid attic holds the living and the dead. There the smouldering fire of fever creeps
Page 67 - railways or canals, or railways and canals as a continuous line of communication, and so that all reasonable accommodation may, by means of the railways and canals of the several companies, be at all times afforded to the public in that behalf.
Page 67 - a continuous line of railway or canal or railway and canal communication, or which have the terminus, station, or wharf of the one near the terminus, station or wharf of the other, shall afford all due or reasonable facilities for receiving and forwarding all the traffic arriving by one of such
Page 54 - That such contracts as may be desirable may be entered into by the Secretary of War for the completion of the existing project, or any part of the same, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law.'
Page 68 - Every railway company and canal company shall keep at each of their stations and wharves a book or books showing every rate for the time being charged for the carriage of traffic other than passengers and their luggage from that station or wharf to any place to which they book, including any
Page 140 - to combine Smith's practical mode of treating his subject with the increased knowledge since acquired of its theory, or to exhibit the economical phenomena of society in the relation in which they stand to the best social ideas of the present time, as he did with such admirable success in reference to the philosophy of his century.
Page 67 - favor of, any particular person or company, or any particular description of traffic, in any respect whatsoever; nor shall any such company subject any particular person or company, or any particular description of traffic, to any undue or unreasonable prejudice or disadvantage in any respect whatsoever; and every railway company, and canal company, and railway and canal company having or working railways or canals, which form a
Page 47 - That the preliminary examinations ordered in this Act shall be made by the local engineer in charge of the district, or an engineer detailed for the purpose ; and such local or detailed engineer and the division engineer of the locality shall report to the chief of engineers; first, whether, in their opinion, the harbor or river under

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