Monthly consular and trade reports, Volume 10, Issues 31-34
United States. Bureau of Manufactures, United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce (1854-1903)., United States. Dept. of Commerce and Labor. Bureau of Statistics
U.S. G.P.O., 1883 - Consular reports
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Page 711 - ... citizens of the United States and those who have declared their intention to become such...
Page 692 - THE third absolute right, inherent in every Englishman, is that of property : which consists in the free use, enjoyment, and disposal of all his acquisitions, without any control or diminution, save only by the laws of the land.
Page 640 - All medicinal preparations, whether chemical or otherwise, usually imported with the name of the manufacturer, shall have the true name of the manufacturer and the place where they are prepared, permanently and legibly affixed to each parcel...
Page 637 - Canada, musical instruments, domestic sewing machines, live stock, carts and other vehicles, and agricultural implements in use by the settler for at least one year before his removal to Canada, not to include machinery, or articles imported for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for sale: provided that any dutiable article entered as settlers' effects cannot be so entered unless brought with the settler on his first arrival, and shall not be sold.
Page 692 - ... necessary implication. On the other hand, this instrument, like every other grant, is to have a reasonable construction, according to the import of its terms ; "and where a power is expressly given in general terms, it is not to be restrained to particular cases, unless that construction grows out of the context expressly, or by necessary implication.
Page 694 - ... once been the property of the United States has passed, that question must be resolved by the laws of the United States; but that whenever, according to those laws, the title shall have passed, then that property, like all other property in the state, is subject to state legislation; so far as that legislation is consistent with the admission that the title passed and vested according to the laws of the United States.
Page 640 - Settlers' effects, viz. : Wearing apparel, household furniture, professional books,' implements and tools of trade, occupation or employment, which the settler has had in actual use for at least six months before removal to Canada, not to include machinery, or live stock, or articles imported for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for sale ; provided that any dutiable article entered as settlers...
Page 694 - We hold the true principle to be this, that whenever the question in any Court, state or federal, is, whether a title to land which had once been the property of the United States has passed, that question must be resolved by the laws of the United States...