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Page 2483 - That when any duty is imposed upon a committee of the Senate involving expenses which are ordered to be paid out of the contingent fund of the Senate, upon vouchers to be approved by the chairman of the committee...
Page 2347 - I deem it my duty to exercise the authority conferred upon me by the law of March 14, 1912, to see to it that neither side to the struggle now going on in Mexico receive any assistance from this side of the border.
Page 2013 - I will tell you what I will do. I will meet you at the plane with heavy clothing for you and the child.
Page 2310 - ... then the President will assure the American bankers and their associates that the Government of the United States would view with pleasure the contracting of an immediate loan in sufficient amount to cover the necessities of the moment of the de facto Government of Mexico. The hope is sincerely entertained that the Government of your excellency will consider it in keeping with the best and highest...
Page 2376 - ... doctrine is not applicable in the instant case and that his right to develop his land is a right which is per se superior to his neighbor's interest in access to sunlight. This position is expressed in the maxim "cujus est solum, ejus est usque ad coelum et ad infernos," that is, the owner of land owns up to the sky and down to the center of the earth.
Page 2034 - COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. HENRY CABOT LODGE, Massachusetts, Chairman. ' PORTER J. McCUMBER, North Dakota. GILBERT M. HITCHCOCK, Nebraska. WILLIAM E. BORAH, Idaho. JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS, Mississippi FRANK B. BRANDEGEE, Connecticut. CLAUDE A. SWANSON, Virginia. ALBERT B. FALL, New Mexico. ATLEE POMERENE, Ohio. PHILANDER C. KNOX, Pennsylvania. MARCUS A. SMITH, Arizona. WARREN G. HARDING, Ohio. KEY PITTMAN, Nevada. HIRAM W. JOHNSON, California. JOHN K. SHIELDS, Tennessee. HARRY S. NEW, Indiana. GEORGE...
Page 1862 - Diaz; and the resolution also provided that "the said committee shall further investigate and report to the Senate what, if any, measures should be taken to prevent a recurrence of such outrages.
Page 1700 - He kept saying we could not contract these people for more than a year and at the end of that time we must settle up with them.