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Page 75 - ... any improper materials used in its construction, or by or on account of any act or omission of the said Contractor or his agents...
Page 104 - No stable, pig-sty, hen-house, barn-yard, hog-yard, hitching or standing place for horses, or other place where animal manure accumulates, shall be so constructed or located that the manure from it may wash into the lake or into any stream, spring or dry water-course running into the lake.
Page 73 - ... and he shall in all cases decide every question which may arise relative to the execution of this contract on the part of the said Contractor, and his estimate and decision shall be final and conclusive...
Page 73 - ... improvements contemplated on the main highway from to commonly known as from Station to Station , a distance of about linear feet, or so much thereof as the sum of $ will pay for, or the selectmen and highway commissioner may order to be done on said road (the selectmen and highway commissioner reserve the right to increase or diminish the amount of work to be done). LABOR, MATERIAL, ETC. The contractor is to furnish all labor and materials together with all tools and implements necessary to...
Page 76 - That for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar cash in hand paid by the party of the second part to the party of the first part...
Page 77 - ... all loss or damage arising out of the nature of the work aforesaid, or from the action of the elements...
Page 58 - Government transportation, any additional cost or expense shall be considered to be per cent, of the sum which, under this agreement, would be allowed for the service if performed by the said . XII. Upon the arrival of the train at its destination, the receiving officer...
Page 75 - Haven, for or on account of any injuries or damages received or sustained by any party or parties, by or from the said party of...
Page 76 - Engineer; the time of beginning, rate of progress, and time of completion being essential conditions of this contract ; and if the contractor shall fail to complete the work by the time above specified, the sum of dollars per day, for each and every day thereafter, until such completion, shall be deducted from the moneys payable under this contract.