Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volume 49

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - America
 

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Page 39 - ... the actual market value or wholesale price of such merchandise at the time of exportation to the United States, in the principal markets of the country from which the same has been imported...
Page 248 - WHEN navies are forgotten And fleets are useless things, When the dove shall warm her bosom Beneath the eagle's wings,— When memory of battles At last is strange and old, When nations have one banner And creeds have found one fold, — When the Hand that sprinkles midnight With its powdered...
Page 95 - ... within the jurisdiction of the other high contracting party on obtaining from the latter, upon payment of a single fee, a license which shall be valid throughout its entire territorial jurisdiction. "In case either of the high contracting parties shall be engaged in war, it reserves to itself the right to prevent from operating within its jurisdiction under the provisions of this treaty, or otherwise, enemy nationals or other aliens whose presence it may consider prejudicial to public order and...
Page 398 - ... is otherwise of distinctly low quality, or contains small, inseparable stones or cinders. (1) The wheat in grade No. 1 shall be bright.
Page 398 - ... stones and/or cinders; or which is musty, or sour, or heating, or hot; or which has any commercially objectionable foreign odor except of smut or...
Page 95 - Peddlers and other salesmen who vend directly to the consumer, even though they have not an established place of business in the country in which they operate, shall not be considered as commercial travelers, but shall be subject to the license fees levied on business of the kind which they carry on.
Page 658 - All wear silk, and of the most fine and costly quality. The gala dresses and clothes of the women are so many and so excessive, that in no other kingdom of the world are found such...
Page 162 - The common Boat-Bill is about the size of a domestic hen. In the male, the forehead and upper parts of the neck and breast are dirty white; the back and lower part of the belly rusty-reddish ; the bill is black, and the legs and feet are brown. From the head depends a long crest of black feathers, falling backwards. The female has the top of the head black, without the elongated crest ; the back and the belly rusty-reddish ; the wings...
Page 552 - It was an all-divine concept to them and not a "me und Gott" working agreement presided over by men masquerading as angels and seraphs. From the great terraced pyramid at Chichen Itza, marked by nine undulations in the bodies of the four great serpents stretching from its top to its base, representing the nine divisions of the Maya calendar, down to the richly intricate mouldings in many dark vaulted interiors the rattles, fangs and teeth of snakes have been conventionalized and used, as I have said...
Page 396 - No. 6, inclusive, or which has any commercially objectionable foreign odor, or is heating, hot, infested with live weevils or other insects injurious to stored grain, or is otherwise of distinctly low quality.

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