Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, Volume 19, Issues 63-68

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1886 - Consular reports
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Page 665 - If criminals, subjects of China, shall take refuge in Hong Kong, or on board the British ships there, they shall, upon due requisition by the Chinese authorities, be searched for, and, on proof of their guilt, be delivered up.
Page 174 - Sykes' hydrometer, for every gallon of the strength of proof by such hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less strength than the strength of proof, and for any greater or less quantity than a gallon...
Page 646 - ... the certificate of naturalization if, in its opinion, there is no legal cause to prevent it. The petitioner shall send a petition to that department through the said judge, requesting the certificate of naturalization and confirming his renunciation of his alien character, and promising adhesion, obedience, and submission to the laws and authorities of the Republic. ART. 17. Aliens serving in the national merchant marine may be naturalized after one year of service on board ship, instead of the...
Page 664 - Gold and Silver Bullion, Foreign coins, Flour, Indian Meal, Sago, Biscuit, Preserved Meats, and Vegetables. Cheese, Butter, Confectionery, Foreign Clothing, Jewelry. Plated Ware, Perfumery. Soap of all kinds, Charcoal, Firewood. Candles (foreign) Tobacco (foreign) Cigars (foreign) Wine, Beer. Spirits, Household Stores, Ships
Page 174 - Spirits and strong waters imported into Canada, mixed with any ingredient or ingredients, and although thereby coming under the denomination of proprietary medicines, tinctures, essences, extracts, or any other denomination not elsewhere specified, shall be, nevertheless, deemed
Page 90 - England." 2. The object of the said board shall be to arbitrate on wages, or any other matters affecting their respective interests, that may be referred to it from time to time by the employers or operatives, and, by conciliatory means, to interpose its influence to prevent disputes, and put an end to any that may arise.
Page 593 - And further : under condition that the said licensee or representatives shall comply with all regulations that are or may be established by Order in Council, and shall submit all the timber...
Page 645 - Those absent from the Republic without leave or license from the Government-, unless on account of studies, or for public interests, or commercial or industrial pursuits, or in the exercise of a profession, who allow ten years to elapse without asking for a prorogation of their term of absence. This prorogation shall not exceed five years on each application, and after the first prorogation is granted, good and sufficient reasons must be given before another can be obtained. (4) Mexican women who...
Page 655 - nearly every thing in Japan had greatly risen in price, and as the great majority of the people considered only price and not value, and ignored the wholly fictitious nature of the advance, it is not surprising that they imagined it both solid and likely to endure, and thought themselves very prosperous and quite justified in launching into much extravagant expenditure. Accordingly, new...
Page 646 - That under the law of his country he enjoys full civil rights, being of age. II. That he has resided in the Republic at least two years, and has conducted himself properly. III. That he has a business, trade, profession or income to support him. ART. 14. He shall annex to the petition which he presents to the District Judge, asking that...

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