Quarterly Report of the Board of Water Commissioners

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Page cvi - And the said party of the second part, in consideration of the leasing of the premises aforesaid, by the said party of the first part to the said party of the second part...
Page xii - ... second part hereby agrees not to remove said pair of foxes, nor said two offspring from the possession of the said party of the first part, or in any way interfere with his said possession and ranching thereof for the time provided in this agreement. "Article V. Said party of the second part hereby agrees that the said party of the first part shall have the right and privilege to buy from him, and he hereby agrees to sell free of all incumbrances to the said party of the first part, said ^ two...
Page cvi - In witness whereof, the parties to these presents have herennto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Page 40 - ... if any person shall wantonly or maliciously divert, obstruct or retain the water, or any part thereof of any pond, brook, reservoir, or water-course, taken or held by said city as aforesaid, or shall corrupt or render impure the same, or destroy or injure any dam, reservoir, aqueduct, conduit, pipe, hydrant, machinery, or other works or property, held, owned or used by said city, by authority of any of said acts, every such person shall forfeit and pay to said city of Worcester three times the...
Page 14 - The mayor, city marshal, city clerk, city treasurer, street commissioner, supervisors, and constables, shall hold their offices for the term of one year from the first Monday in April of the year when elected and until their successors are qualified and enter upon the duties of their offices.
Page i - Annual Report of the Chief Engineer of the Water Department of the City of Philadelphia, for the year 1874.
Page 40 - ... person shall maliciously or wantonly divert the water of either of said streams or sources from which water shall be taken and conveyed to the City of Newport, as aforesaid, or shall corrupt or render impure the same or any water connected therewith, or shall destroy or injure any pipe, dam, reservoir, machinery or other property used in or relating to the premises, such person or persons, and his or their aiders or abbetters shall forfeit to said Norman, his heirs or assigns, to be recovered...
Page 34 - Zlst of January, 1844, to ascertain the Height that a Jet of Water will rise from the Mains and Services belonging to the Southwark Water Company, under a fixed pressure of 120 feet. ' The first trial was made in Union Street, between High Street and Gravel Lane, Borough, over an extent of 800 yards of 7-inch main, and through the fire brigade stand-pipes, hose and jets.

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