Public Affairs Information Service Bulletin, Volume 1

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Public Affairs Information Service, 1915 - Economics
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Page 14 - to provide for cooperative agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several states receiving the benefits of an act of Congress approved July 2, 1862, and of acts supplementary thereto, and the United States department of agriculture. (US 63d Cong 2d sess H rept 110) 13p D 8 '13
Page 221 - Kansas—Revocation of a parole and re-imprisonment under the original sentence without notice or hearing Is not a violation of the constitutional guaranty that no person shall be deprived of his liberty without due process of law, nor of the guaranty that no warrant shall issue except on probable cause supported by oath or affirmation. Ex parte Patterson, 146 P 1009
Page 63 - Lister discusses at length needed amendments to constitution; believes convention only method to secure reorganization needed; recommends that convention be called Information bureaus New York laws 1914, Ch. 261, created a commission to be composed of the president of the senate, the speaker of the house and three citizens to be appointed by the governor, to
Page 7 - 15) Michigan—Allowing all qualified electors In army or navy, in any institution of learning or any member of the legislature while in attendance at any session of the legislature or commercial traveler to vote regardless of his absence from the township road or state in which he resides. Constitutional amendment. Adopted. Yes 190,510 No
Page 247 - 14 Civic press t College and the city: a series of addresses delivered at the National conference on universities and public service, held under the auspices of the Committee on practical training for public service of the American political science association, at the call of Mayor John
Page 161 - declaration, under oath or otherwise, that he can and will, notwithstanding such opinion act impartially and fairly upon the matters to be submitted to him," was held constitutional. Gentry vs. State, 146 P 719 Selection New Jersey chancellor-sheriff jury act of 1913 was held constitutional. Its constitutionality is not affected by the fact that it limits the chancellor's power in selecting jury
Page 247 - 14 Civic press t College and the city: a series of addresses delivered at the National conference on universities and public service, held under the auspices of the Committee on practical training for public service of the American political science association, at the call of Mayor John Purroy Mitchel of New York. EA Fitzpatrick, ed. 75p '14 Reprinted from Proceedings,
Page 253 - state of Washington for their approval or rejection at the general election to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1914, together with all arguments filed for and against said measures. 61p '14 Governors' messages, 1915 Michigan—Gov. Ferris urges Oregon system of publicity for candidates Legislation Digest of state laws authorizing the publication of publicity pamphlets. Mich, state lib.
Page 108 - authorized by the committee appointed by the mayor to commemorate the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the installation of the first mayor and board of aldermen of the city of NY on June 24, 1665, and the adoption of the official city flag on June 24, 1915. J: B. Pine. Úd. 103p il
Page 90 - School directories Educational Institutions t State institutions of higher education in Texas: their past services, future possibilities and present financial condition; a discussion by the Educational campaign com. of the Organization for the enlargement by the state of Texas of its institutions of higher education. 44p Ja 1 '13 A. Bedichek, sec, Austin Comparative statistics and diagram of higher education, p 32-44

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