Legislative, Etc., Appropriation Bill

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907 - United States - 83 pages
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Page 62 - The office of deputy public printer shall be filled by the selection and appointment by the Public Printer of a person skilled as a practical printer and versed in the art of bookbinding, and who shall perform the duties heretofore required of the chief clerk, have supervision of the buildings occupied by the Government Printing Office, and perform such other duties as may be required of him by the Public Printer.
Page 77 - Printing and sale of extra copies of documents. The Public Printer shall furnish to applicants giving notice before the matter is put to press, not exceeding two hundred and fifty to any one applicant, copies of bills, reports, and documents. The applicants shall pay in advance the price of the printing. The printing of these copies for private parties may not interfere with the printing for the Government.
Page 55 - The Patent Office contained also the largest and most interesting collection of models in the world. It was an object of just pride to every American able to appreciate its value as an item in the estimate of national character, or the advantages and benefits derivable from high improvement in the useful arts — a pride which must now stand rebuked by the improvidence which exposed so many memorials and evidences of the superiority of American genius to the destruction which has overtaken them.
Page 51 - Arguments before the Committee on Patents of The Senate and House of Representatives conjointly. Twain's speech on page 116, 1906; Eve's Diary, 1906; The $30,000.00 Bequest, 1906; The Primrose Way, 1906; Mark Twain on Simplified Spelling, 1906; Their Husbands
Page 17 - ... Mr. HILL. Will you kindly state about how many pounds of Florida shade grown is required to wrap 1,000 cigars? PARAGRAPHS 220-222— WRAPPER AND FILLER TOBACCO. Mr. McFARLiN. A pound and a half, the same as Sumatra. There is no difference. Mr. SHACKLEFORD. Is there anything further? Mr.
Page 50 - ... to illustrate anything that may be doubtful to the mechanic who undertakes to make the machine from the patent after the patent has expired.
Page 79 - OF THE SPANISH PRISONERS IN THE PHILIPPINES. The transportation of the Spanish prisoners from the Philippine Islands to Spain under the terms of the treaty of peace with the Spanish nation has continued under the contract with Messrs. JM Ceballos & Co. as the prisoners have been released from the hands of the Filipinos and brought into Manila, from whence they are shipped to Spain. The bills presented for the services rendered under...
Page 38 - ... (Thereupon the subcommittee, at 1 o'clock pm, took a recess until 2 o'clock pm) AFTER RECESS. The subcommittee met at 2 pm, pursuant to the taking of recess.
Page 13 - Lawrence O. Murray, Assistant Secretary of the Department of Commerce and Labor.
Page 19 - No, sir; it is not a question of promotion. It is a question of necessity to carry on the business that you legislate we shall carry on.

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