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Page 60 - SEC. 2. A vehicle overtaking another shall pass to the left and not pull over to the right until entirely clear of it ; except in passing a street car when it shall keep to the right if distance between car and curb permits.
Page 63 - On all public streets and highways of the city, all vehicles going in a northerly or southerly direction shall have the right of way over any vehicle going in an easterly or westerly direction.
Page 565 - more-than-enough" margin we've thrown away. We must save. The purchase of War Savings Stamps will help us. Into these we must put the wasted gasoline, the uneaten food, the treatings, the entertainments — all the unessentials which must pay for this war. From these we can hope to create the Democracy of the world, and to shorten the war as well. Buy your War Savings Stamps bountifully. Take a pledge to buy them monthly. Think afterwards of what can be sacrificed. In this way you can begin to save....
Page 61 - A street car shall not stop within five (5) feet of a street car ahead. SEC. 4. A vehicle shall neither rank nor park so as to prevent the free passage of other vehicles in both directions at the same time; nor in one direction on a "oneway traffic...
Page 683 - Plan Ideally situated in the most desirable section of Richmond. Every Comfort for the Tourist. Every Convenience for the Traveling Man. Rooms single and en suite, with or without bath. Rates $2.00 per day and upwards. For handsomely illustrated booklet and reservations, address Route 731— Richmond, Va., to Raleigh, NC— 184.6 m.
Page 63 - The jury are instructed in determining the question of negligence they may consider the fact that the ordinances of the city of Richmond, Virginia, provide that all vehicles and street cars going in an easterly or westerly direction shall have the right of way over all vehicles or street .cars going in a northerly or southerly direction.
Page 238 - Our celebration terminated with the singing of the Te Deum ; after which the officers took possession of the land in the name of the King of Spain. During the celebration a salute of many cannons was fired from the ship. To God alone be honor and glory.
Page 708 - ORIGINAL BUILDING. The southeast corner stone of the original building was laid on the 18th of September, 1793, by President Washington, with Masonic ceremonies. It is constructed of sandstone from quarries on Aquia Creek, Virginia.
Page 809 - ... payable during the third quarter; and 75 per cent if payable during the fourth quarter. Chauffeur's License. Original fee, $5. Annually thereafter, on January 1, $3. Must pass examination and carry photograph on license card. Must also be over eighteen years of age. Numbers. Front and rear, non-swinging, furnished by state. Speed. Reasonable and proper, having regard for traffic conditions. The following rates of speed are declared unreasonable: Over 10 miles per hour in business portions of...