Suffrage Parade: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the District of Columbia, United States Senate, Sixty-third Congress, Special-[first] Session of the Senate, Under S. Res. 499, of March 4, 1913, Directing Said Committee to Investigate the Conduct of the District Police and Police Department of the District of Columbia in Connection with the Woman's Suffrage Parade on March 3, 1913 ...

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Page 249 - Every person known to be a pickpocket, thief, burglar or confidence operator, either by his own confession, or by his having been convicted of either of such offenses, and having no visible or lawful means of support, when found loitering around any steamboat landing, railroad depot, banking institution, broker's office, place of amusement, auction room, store, shop or crowded thoroughfare, car, or omnibus, or any public gathering or assembly; or, 5.
Page 457 - STATE OF MARYLAND, CITY OF BALTIMORE, to wit: I HEREBY CERTIFY that on this day of before me, the subscriber, a Notary Public of the State of Maryland, in and for Baltimore City, personally appeared LEWIS W.
Page 120 - PARR (The witness was duly sworn by the chairman.) The CHAIRMAN. Give your full name to the stenographer. Mr. PARR. Charles W. Parr. The CHAIRMAN. What is your official position, Mr. Parr, with the A. &P.?
Page 249 - ... and engage in loud and boisterous talking or other disorderly conduct, or to insult or make rude or obscene gestures or comments or observations on persons passing by, or in their hearing, or to crowd, obstruct, or incommode the free use of any such street, avenue, alley, road, highway, -or any of the foot pavements thereof, or the free entrance into any public or private building or inclosure; it shall not be lawful for any person or persons to curse, swear, or make use of any profane language...
Page 249 - ... all persons wandering abroad and begging, or who go about from door to door, or place themselves in the streets, highways, passages, or other public places to beg or receive alms, shall be deemed vagrants.
Page 118 - From and after the passage of this act it shall not be lawful to employ any part of the Army of the United States, as a posse comitatus or otherwise, for the purpose of executing the laws, except in such cases and under such circumstances as such employment of said force may be expressly authorized by the Constitution or by act of Congress...
Page 448 - Act as would prevent the use of the roads and walks of the said grounds by processions or assemblages, and the use upon them of suitable decorations, music, addresses, and ceremonies...
Page 234 - SEC. 16. That every street railroad company or corporation owning, controlling, leasing or operating one or more street railroads within the District of Columbia shall on each and all of its railroads supply and operate a sufficient number of cars, clean, sanitary, in good repair, with proper and safe power, equipment, appliances and service, comfortable and convenient, and so operate the same as to give expeditious passage, not to exceed fifteen miles per hour within the city limits or twenty miles...
Page 249 - ... this act shall be conducted in the name of and for the benefit of the District of Columbia, and in the same manner as now provided by law for the prosecution of offenses against the laws and ordinances of the said District.
Page 244 - Said commissioners are hereby authorized and directed to make all reasonable regulations necessary to secure such preservation of public order and protection of life and property and fixing fares by public conveyance and to make special regulations respecting the standing, movements, and operating of vehicles of whatever character or kind during said period, and fixing fares to be charged for the use of the same.

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