New Hampshire Register, State Year-book and Legislative Manual (Google eBook)

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F. L. Tower Companies, 1897 - Industries
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Page 306 - circular" is defined to be a printed letter, which, according to internal evidence, is being sent in identical terms to several persons.. A circular shall not lose its character as such when the date and the name of the addressed and of the sender shall be written therein, nor by the correction of mere typographical errors in writing.
Page 3 - In the year 1898 there will be six eclipses, three of the Sun and three of the Moon. I — A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, January 7.
Page 308 - Post," and that the following articles are absolutely excluded from the mails without regard to the amount of postage prepaid, or the manner in which they are wrapped, viz.: All sealed packages, other than letters in their usual and ordinary form; all packages (including packages of second-class matter, which weigh more than 4 pounds, 6 ounces) except such as are sent by "Parcels Post," liquids, pastes, confections, and fatty substances; publications which violate any copyright law of Mexico.
Page 305 - On all chewing and smoking tobacco, fine-cut, cavendish, plug, or twist, cut or granulated, of every description; on tobacco twisted by hand or reduced into a condition to be consumed, or in any manner other than the ordinary mode of drying and curing, prepared for sale or consumption, even if prepared without the use of any machine or instrument, and without being pressed or sweetened; and on all finecut shorts and refuse scraps, clippings, cuttings, and sweepings of tobacco, a tax of eight cents...
Page 307 - Upon any package of matter of the fourth class the sender may write or print his own name and address, preceded by the word "from," and there may also be written or printed the number and names of the articles inclosed ; and the sender thereof may write or print upon or attach to any such articles by tag or label a mark, number, name, or letter for purpose of identification.
Page 307 - ... thereof. For printed matter of all kinds, commercial papers, and samples of merchandise, 1 cent for each article or packet bearing a particular address, and for every weight of two ounces or fraction thereof; with a minimum charge of 5 cents per packet of commercial papers, and a minimum charge of 2 cents per packet of samples of merchandise; that is to say, for commercial papers not exceeding ten...
Page 308 - Matter mailed in the United States, addressed to Mexico, is subject to the same postage rates and conditions as it would be if it were addressed for delivery in the United States, except that articles of miscellaneous merchandise (fourth-class matter) not sent as bonafide trade samples, are required to be sent by "Parcels Post...
Page 305 - Mailable matter of the first class shall embrace letters, postal cards, and all matters wholly or partly in writing, except as hereinafter provided.
Page 307 - ... cents per packet of commercial papers, and a minimum charge of 2 cents per packet of samples of merchandise ; that is to say, for commercial papers not exceeding ten ounces in weight, the postage is 5 cents, and if above ten ounces in weight, 1...
Page 307 - ... ounces or fraction thereof. For printed matter of all kinds, commercial papers, and samples of merchandise, 1 cent for each article or packet bearing a particular address, and for every weight of two ounces or fraction thereof; with a minimum charge of 5 cents per packet of commercial papers, and a minimum charge of 2 cents per packet of samples of merchandise; that is to say, for...

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