Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 8, Part 2

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Secretary of the Commonwealth, 1894 - Massachusetts
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Page 15 - Library," the income of which is to be devoted to the purchase of books, especially those relating to physical or astronomical science.
Page 71 - ... or providing drill rooms or armories for any such body of men: provided, that associations wholly composed of soldiers honorably discharged from the service of the United States may parade in public with arms, upon the reception of any regiments or companies of soldiers returning from said service, and for...
Page 193 - Notes on a few fossil plants from the Fort Union group of Montana, with a description of one new species.
Page 167 - Historical Notes on The Constitutions of Connecticut. 1639-1818. Particularly on the. Origin and Progress of the Movement which resulted in the Convention of 1818 and the Adoption of the Present Constitution. By J. HAMMOND TRUMBULL.
Page 179 - War is hereby directed to cause to be made accurate examinations and estimates of cost of construction of a ship canal by the most practicable route, wholly within the United States, from the Great Lakes to the navigable waters of the Hudson river, of sufficient capacity to transport the tonnage of the lakes to the sea.
Page 57 - Charitable Society for the Education of Indigent Pious Young Men for the Ministry of the Gospel.
Page 183 - Rice: Its Cultivation, Production, and Distribution in the United States and Foreign Countries.
Page 219 - For all officers and enlisted men — gilt, rectangular, two inches wide, with a raised bright rim ; a silver wreath of laurel encircling the "Arms of the United States;" eagle, shield, scroll, edge of cloud and rays bright.
Page 200 - Publication of custom* tariff!, 1890.) — Convention between the United States and other powers concerning the formation of an International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs, etc. Signed at Brussels, July 5, 1890.
Page 199 - Protection of industrial property, 1891.) — Supplemental convention between the United States, Belgium, Brazil, France, Great Britain [and other countries] , amendatory of the convention of March 20, 1883, for the protection of industrial property. Concluded at Madrid, April 16, 1891.

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