Wire & Radio Communications, Volume 24

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1906 - Telegraph
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Page 371 - By the law of the land is most clearly intended the general law; a law which hears before it condemns; which proceeds upon inquiry, and renders judgment only after trial.
Page 472 - Ibs. each. 7. The wire must be well galvanized and capable of standing the following test : The wire will be plunged into a saturated solution of sulphate of copper, and permitted to remain one minute, and then wiped clean. This process will be performed four times. If the wire appears black after the fourth immersion, it shows that the...
Page 472 - The wire must be soft and pliable, and capable of elongating 15 per cent., without breaking, after being galvanized. 2. Great tensile strength is not required, but the wire must not break under a less strain than 2 times its weight, in pounds, per mile.
Page 9 - Corrections is hereby created of six members, to be appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, not more than three of whom shall be of the same political party.
Page 55 - You ought to obtain here, therefore, the trained capacity for mental labor, rapid, intense, and sustained. That is the great thing to get in college, long before the professional school is entered. Get it now. Get it in the years of college life. It is the main achievement of college life to win this mental force, this capacity for keen observation, just inference, and sustained thought, for everything that we mean by the reasoning power of man.
Page 131 - The design of the law is to protect those who for some honest purpose are induced, upon false and fraudulent representations, to give credit or part with their property to another, and not to protect those who for unworthy or illegal purposes part with their goods.
Page 371 - ... property," are representative terms and cover every right to which a member of the body politic is entitled under the law. Within their comprehensive scope are embraced the right of self-defense, freedom of speech, religious and political freedom, exemption from arbitrary arrests, the right to buy and sell as others may, — all our liberties, personal, civil and political, — in short, all that makes life worth living; and of none of these liberties can any one be deprived except by due process...
Page 55 - ... vigorous animal. Still, none of you would be content with this achievement as the total outcome of your lives. It is a happy thing to have in youth what are called animal spirits — a very descriptive phrase; but animal spirits do not last even in animals; they belong to the kitten or puppy stage. It is a wholesome thing to enjoy for a time, or for a time each day all through life, sports and active bodily exercise. These are legitimate enjoyments, but if made the main object of life, they tire....
Page 262 - A patent for improvements in transmitting electrical impulses and signals, and in apparatus therefor...
Page 180 - Committee are the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Mining Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, and the American Chemical Society...

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