Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1912
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Page 82 - Constitution, for the three years next preceding that in which he offers to register; or, if he comes of age at such time that no poll tax shall have been assessable against him for the year preceding the year in which he offers to register...
Page 59 - That the constitution of Virginia shall never be so amended or changed as to deprive any citizen or class of citizens of the United States of the school rights and privileges secured by the constitution of said State.
Page 446 - It must be distinctly understood that in referring to the possibilities of a first-class man the writer does not mean what he can do when on a spurt or when he is over-exerting himself, but what a good man can keep up for a long term of years without injury to his health. It is a pace under which men become happier and thrive.
Page 278 - Conference Committees and certain of their employees represented by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen, the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and the Switchmen's Union of North America.
Page 83 - ... next preceding, and whether he has previously voted, and, if so, the State, county, and precinct in which he voted last; and Third.
Page 180 - Every corporation heretofore chartered in this State, which shall hereafter accept, or effect, any amendment or extension of its charter, shall be conclusively presumed to have thereby surrendered every exemption from taxation, and every nonrepealable feature of its charter...
Page 213 - PREFACE This monograph had its origin in an investigation carried on by the author while a member of the Economic Seminary of the Johns Hopkins University.
Page 157 - ... material allegations of the petition. At the final hearing, it moved the court, upon written grounds, for a final decree in its behalf; one of which was, that the statutes of the state, under which these proceedings were had, were in violation of the Constitution of the United States, in that they impaired the obligation of the contract between the state and the company, as well as of the contracts between the company and its policy-holders and creditors. This motion was denied, and a final judgment...
Page 60 - Each city and county shall be held accountable for the destruction of school property that may take place within its limits by incendiaries or open "violence.

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