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Page 21 - Cambridge, and shall, except as herein otherwise provided, be appointed by the mayor subject to confirmation by the board of aldermen...
Page 111 - ... out of the business. THIRD: To provide permanent and continuous employment for honest and faithful directory canvassers. FOURTH: For the mutual advancement of the established and .prospective interests of all who may become members of the association.
Page 55 - Islands; (2) between the United States and its postal agency at Shanghai, China; (3) between any two points in Alaska and between any point in Alaska and any other point in the United States; (4) between the United States and the Canal Zone; (5) between the United States and the Philippine Islands; (6...
Page 55 - The sender of a mailable parcel of fourth-class matter on which the postage is fully prepaid may have the price of the article and the charges thereon collected from the addressee on payment of a fee of 10 cents in postage stamps affixed, provided the amount to be collected does not exceed $100.
Page 54 - Embraces that known as domestic parcel post mail, and includes merchandise, farm and factory products, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions and plants, books (including catalogs), miscellaneous printed matter weighing more than four pounds, and all other mailable matter not embraced in the first, second and third classes.
Page 55 - Postmasters will refuse to receive for mailing parcels not properly indorsed or packed for safe shipment. WHERE MAILABLE Parcels must be mailed at a post office, branch post office, named or lettered station, or such numbered stations as may be designated by the postmaster, or delivered to a rural or other carrier duly authorized to receive such matter. Parcels...
Page 54 - Inches In length and girth combined, nor In form or kind likely to Injure the person of any postal employee or damage the mail equipment or other mall matter and not of a character perishable within a period reasonably required for transportation and delivery.
Page 22 - ... add to the regulations of the University, including those concerning fees and method of payment, and to make such changes applicable to students at present in the University, as well as to new students. All payments of fees should be made at the Cashier's Office, 207 South Thirty-sixth Street. Office hours: 9 AM to 4 PM ; Saturdays, 9 AM to 1 PM Payments due the University must be made in cash, or by check, bank draft, or postal money order, drawn to the order of the Trustees of the University...
Page 111 - THE OBJECTS OF THE ASSOCIATION ARE AS FOLLOWS: FIRST: To improve the Directory business by the interchange of ideas, and by the exchange of competent employees. SECOND: To protect the public against fraudulent advertising schemes operated under the name of directories, and to drive the promoters of such out of the business.
Page 55 - March 15, 1918, which increases the limit of weight of fourthclass matter to 70 pounds for parcels mailed for delivery within the first, second, and third zones, and to 50 pounds for parcels mailed for delivery within any of the other zones. This change will serve to increase the usefulness and availability of the parcel post as a prompt, convenient and cheap means of transporting mailable parcels.