Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Issues 6-8

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Page 72 - Because water is descendible by nature, the owner of a dominant or superior heritage has an easement in the servient or inferior tenement, for the discharge of all waters which by nature rise in, or flow or fall upon, the superior.
Page 42 - All plates, angles, etc., which are to be bent in the manufacture must, in addition to the above requirements, be capable of bending sharply to a right angle, at a working heat, without showing any signs of fracture.
Page 28 - Several acts in pari materia, and relating to the same subject, are to be taken together, and compared, in the construction of them, because they are considered as having one object in view, and as acting upon one system.
Page 71 - ... and the like, upon one, naturally descends upon the other, it must be suffered by the lower one to be discharged upon his land, if desired by the owner of the upper field.
Page 145 - ARTICLE III— OFFICERS Section 1. The officers of this Society shall be a president, a vicepresident, and a secretary-treasurer and three trustees.
Page 127 - And the boundary lines which have not been actually run and marked shall be ascertained, by running straight lines from the established corners to the opposite corresponding corners ; but in those portions of the fractional townships where no such opposite corresponding corners have been or can be fixed, the boundary lines shall be ascertained by running from the established corners due north and south or east and west lines, as the case may be, to the watercourse, Indian boundary line, or other...
Page 75 - But, speaking generally of the whole country, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the Lakes to the Gulf, our government by the people has in large degree become, is in larger degree becoming, government by the strong and unscrupulous.
Page 127 - And the boundary lines which shall not have been actually run and marked as aforesaid shall be ascertained by running straight lines from the established corners to the opposite corresponding corners, but in those portions of...
Page 135 - ... whose lands will be assessed for the expense of the same, and the filing of a bond signed by one or more responsible freeholders to whom the petitioners shall be responsible pro rata conditioned for the payment of the expenses of the preliminary survey, and report...
Page 10 - To the Officers and Members of the Ohio Society of Surveyors and Civil Engineers: Gentlemen — Your...

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