Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Fire Underwriters Association of the Northwest, Issue 29 (Google eBook)

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The Association, 1898 - Insurance, Fire
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Page 80 - That bent and turned and turned again; - This crooked lane became a road, Where many a poor horse with his load Toiled on beneath the burning sun, And traveled some three' miles in one. And thus a century and a half They trod the footsteps of that calf. The years passed on in swiftness fleet, The road became a village street; And this, before men were aware, A city's crowded thoroughfare. And soon the central street was this Of a renowned metropolis ! And men two centuries and a half Trod in the...
Page 56 - A corporation is an artificial being, invisible, intangible, and existing only in contemplation of law. Being the mere creature of law, it possesses only those properties which the charter of its creation confers upon it, either expressly or as incidental to its very existence.
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Page 80 - The years passed on in swiftness fleet, The road became a village street; And this, before men were aware, A city's crowded thoroughfare. And soon the central street was this Of a renowned metropolis; And men two centuries and a half Trod in the footsteps of that calf.
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