The automobile blue book, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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1919
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Page 946 - No person shall operate a motor vehicle on a public highway at a rate of speed greater than is reasonable and proper, having regard to the traffic and use of the highway, or so as to endanger the life or limb of any person...
Page 993 - A vehicle in overtaking or meeting a street passenger car which has been stopped for the purpose of receiving or discharging a passenger or passengers, shall not pass or approach within eight (8) feet of such car so long as such car is so stopped.
Page 993 - ARTICLE IV. RIGHT OF WAY SECTION 1. When in the performance of duty, the following vehicles shall have the right of way: US Mail, Police, Fire, Fire Patrol, Bureau of Buildings, Emergency Repair of Public Service Corporations, Ambulances ; also the Military.
Page 945 - The provisions of this section, however, shall be operative as to a motor vehicle owned by a nonresident of this state only to the extent that under the laws of the foreign country, state, territory or federal district of his residence like exemptions and privileges are granted to motor vehicles duly registered under the laws of and owned by residents of this state.
Page 948 - President: (A) evidence of insurance, (B) surety bonds, (C) qualification as a self-insurer, or (D) other evidence of financial responsibility. Any bond filed shall be issued by a bonding company authorized to do business in the United States.
Page 948 - Automobiles of foreign or domestic origin owned abroad and brought across tne boundary line by the owners for their personal use may be admitted, without formal entry, for a stay of not more than 30 days, upon the identity of such owner being established by the production of a certificate from the American Consul of the district in which he resides, or a certificate from a recognized automobile club, or other satisfactory evidence. If the collector is satisfied that the machine is being brought...
Page 786 - Detroit has the largest plant in the world devoted exclusively to the manufacture of...
Page 410 - MAY 6, 1783, WASHINGTON AND SIR GUY CARLETON ARRANGED FOR THE EVACUATION OF AMERICAN SOIL BY THE BRITISH. AND OPPOSITE THIS POINT MAY 8, 1783, A BRITISH SLOOP-OF-WAR FIRED 17 GUNS IN HONOR OF THE AMERICAN COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, THE FIRST SALUTE BY GREAT BRITAIN TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Page 948 - Dominion authorities, whereby they are able to furnish bonds and customs touring permit for a fee of five dollars, no cash deposit being required. This permit, can be mailed to the home of the intended tourist, and is good for crossing into Canada at any point on the frontier without formality and also for re-entry into the United States at the same or any other port of exit. UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REGULATIONS Governing the Importation of...
Page 711 - St., may be seen the principal offce of the Holland Land Co., of which Wm. H. Seward, Lincoln's secretary of state, was the head. Opposite it is the old colonial home of the Sewards, which has also been the home of Lieut. Go.v. Patterson, whose daughter founded and endowed the Patterson library, located on South Portage St.

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