Pocket Guide to New York ... (Google eBook)

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1906 - New York (N.Y.) - 210 pages
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Page 126 - ... shall otherwise refuse or neglect to convey any orderly person or persons upon request anywhere in the city unless previously engaged or unable to do so.
Page 126 - For any stop over five minutes in a trip, for every fifteen minutes or fraction thereof 25 Coaches For one mile or any part thereof 1 00 For each additional half mile or any part thereof...
Page 130 - City. shared by the Architectural League, the Art Students League, and the National Sculpture Society. However, the individual societies could not be united in purpose and the idea finally fell by the wayside. Throughout 1906 and 190?
Page 125 - SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' MEMORIAL MONUMENT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. COMMISSIONERS, ROBERT A. VAN WYCK, MAYOR, GEORGE C. CLAUSEN, PRESIDENT, PARK BOARD. JOHN W. GOFF, RECORDER...
Page 36 - Grand, to Goerck, to Houston, to Av. D, to 14th St., to Av. A, to 23d st., to 1st av., to 59th st., to Central Park, to 10th av., to 53d st. Returns by same route to 59th st. , takes same route to Av. D, and 8th st. to Lewis, to Houston, to Mangin, to Grand, to Corlears, to Monroe, to Jackson, to Front, to Whitehall, to South Ferry. Connect with
Page 126 - Additional baggage carried, 25 cents per piece. In all cases where the hiring of a hack is not specified in advance to be by time, it shall be deemed to be by distance, and- for any detention exceeding fifteen minutes the hack man may demand additional compensation at the rate of $1 per hour.
Page 127 - ... Brotherhood of Carpenters. (2) Owing to the fact that members of the brotherhood refuse to work with non-union members and to the further fact that employers in the building trades deem it wise to employ brotherhood men, it is difficult, and under ordinary circumstances impracticable, to erect carpenter work in the Borough of Manhattan and in parts of the Borough of Brooklyn except with union labor. (3) That the Brotherhood of Carpenters has a by-law that its members will not erect material made...

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