Bureau Publication ..., Issues 22-29

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917 - Child welfare
 

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Page 72 - A child shall not on either system be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal.
Page 72 - Certified to be a true copy of a Minute of a Meeting of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His Excellency the Governor General on the $th February, 1946.
Page 72 - widow" means (except for purposes of Chapter 19 of this title) a woman who was the wife of a veteran at the time of his death, and who lived with him continuously from the date of marriage to the date of his death (except where there was a separation which was due to the misconduct of, or procured by, the veteran without the fault of the...
Page 51 - An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, and for prior years, and for other purposes...
Page 75 - ... the New England States, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, and the District of Columbia and containing about one-third of the population.
Page 51 - Improvements shall be made in unimproved public spaces in streets between building lines or building lines prolonged until the outlines of such portions as are to be Improved as parks shall have been laid out by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia: And provided further, That the Chief of Engineers is authorized temporarily to turn over the care of any of the parking spaces included in Class
Page 49 - ... to curse, swear, or make use of any profane language or indecent or obscene words, or engage in any disorderly conduct in any street, avenue, alley, road, highway, public park or inclosure...
Page 72 - And if there be no attending physician or midwife, then it shall be the duty of the father or mother of the child...
Page 72 - The widow's scale was again amended in 1886 by raising the minimum to 12 monthly. For the disabled man a pension based not on the pay of his rank but on the nature of his disability was first provided in 1864, when he was allowed $25 monthly for the loss of both hands or the sight of both eyes, and $20 monthly for the loss of both feet. The list of disabilities for which pension rates were specified was soon extended and practically reached its present form in 1872. The rates have been greatly...
Page 49 - It shall not be lawful for any person or persons within the District of Columbia to congregate and assemble in any street, avenue, alley, road, or highway, or in or around any public building or inclosure, or any park or reservation, or at the entrance of any private building or inclosure, and engage in loud and boisterous talking or other disorderly conduct, or to insult or make...

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