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Strana 367 - Full information and application blanks may be obtained from the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC, or the secretary of the board of US civil-service examiners at the post office or customhouse in any city.
Strana 469 - ... hundred feet, to mere veinlets, often only a fraction of an inch in width and a few feet in length, which ramify through a rock that has been subjected to small irregular fissuring. This latter variety is well illustrated in the fissuring of ankerite bands, so characteristic of some of the gold deposits of Porcupine.
Strana 283 - political economy has to do with no other subject, whatever, than wealth.
Strana 455 - That State is most fortunate in its form of government which has the aptest instruments for the discovery of laws.
Strana 446 - Some Commercial Alloys of Iron, Chromium and Carbon in the Higher Chromium Ranges,
Strana 385 - The said commission is further authorized: "1. To confer with citizens, associations, or corporations of foreign countries, with a view to the stabilization and wider use of silver in exchange. "2. To propose, either formally or informally, to the President of the United States, or the heads of the proper departments, plans for negotiations with foreign governments to the same end.
Strana 455 - ... prosper if manufactures decline. The general welfare cannot be provided for in any one act, but it is well to remember that the benefit of one is the benefit of all, and the neglect of one is the neglect of all. The suspension of one man's dividends is the suspension of another man's pay envelope. Men do not make laws. They do but discover them. Laws must be justified by something more than the will of the majority. They must rest on the eternal foundation of righteousness. That state is most...
Strana 80 - Representative shall be free to discharge his duties in an independent manner, without fear that his individual relations with the Company may be affected in the least degree by any action taken by him in good faith in his representative capacity.
Strana 455 - This Commonwealth is one. We are all members of one body. The welfare of the weakest and the welfare of the most powerful are inseparably bound together. Industry cannot flourish if labor languish. Transportation cannot prosper if manufactures decline. The general welfare cannot be provided for in any one act, but it is well to remember that the benefit of one is the benefit of all, and the neglect of one is the neglect of all.
Strana 298 - It is asserted with confidence that there is less physical work, as a total per day, and less fatigue from the work of the twelve-hour day in the steel industry, than pertains to- the large majority of the eight-hour men. This is because in the former case there are more rest periods during the twelve hours on duty.