The New International Year Book (Google eBook)

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Dodd, Mead and Company, 1913 - Yearbooks
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Page 172 - No vessel permitted to engage in the coastwise or foreign trade of the United States shall be permitted to enter or pass through said canal if such ship is owned, chartered, operated, or controlled by any person or company which is doing business in violation of the provisions of the Act of Congress approved July second, eighteen hundred and ninety, entitled "An Act to protect trade and commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolies...
Page 278 - Such measures of relief as we may be able to force from capitalism are but a preparation of the workers to seize the whole powers of government, in order that they may thereby lay hold of the whole system of socialized industry and thus come to their rightful inheritance.
Page 172 - To establish maximum proportional rates by rail to and from the ports to which the traffic is brought, or from which it is taken by the water carrier...
Page 172 - August twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-four. The question of fact may be determined by the judgment of any court of the United States of competent jurisdiction in any cause pending before it to which the owners or operators of such ship are parties. Suit may be brought by any shipper or by the Attorney General of the United States.
Page 274 - The supreme duty of the nation is the conservation of human resources through an enlightened measure of social and industrial justice.
Page 274 - The time has come when the Federal Government should co-operate with manufacturers and producers in extending our foreign commerce. To this end we demand adequate appropriations by Congress, and the appointment of diplomatic and consular officers solely with a view to their special fitness and worth, and not in consideration of political expediency.
Page 274 - ... manufacturers and producers in extending our foreign commerce. To this end we demand adequate appropriations by congress and the appointment of diplomatic and consular officers solely with a view to their special fitness and worth and not in consideration of political expediency. It is imperative to the welfare of our people that we enlarge and extend our foreign commerce.
Page 232 - I will accept the nomination for President if it is tendered to me, and I will adhere to this decision until the convention has expressed its preference.
Page 172 - That in time of war in which the United States shall be engaged, or when, in the opinion of the President, war is imminent, such officer of the Army as the President may designate shall, upon the order of the President, assume and have exclusive authority and jurisdiction over the operation of the Panama Canal and all of its adjuncts, appendants, and appurtenances, including the entire control and government of the Canal Zone...
Page 274 - ... the protection of home life against the hazards of sickness. Irregular employment, and old age, through the adoption of a system of social Insurance adapted to American use...

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