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Page 387 - ... and regular publications designed primarily for advertising purposes, or for free circulation, at nominal rates.
Page 386 - On registered domestic letters and third-class matter an additional fee of 10 cents is required. Local or " drop" letters, that is, for the city or town where desposited, 2 cents if delivered by carriers, and 1 cent if there is no carrier system, per half ounce.
Page 388 - ... cents. A single money order may include any amount from one cent to one hundred dollars, inclusive, but must not contain a fractional part of a cent.
Page 386 - Letters, and all other mailable matter of other classes subject to letter postage by reason of a violation of the postal laws, 2 cents per half-ounce to all parts of the United States and Canada.
Page 387 - Undelivered letters and postal cards can be resent to a new address without additional charge. Senders may write their name on transient newspapers, books, etc., preceded by the word "from.
Page 387 - Letters addressed to the departments in Washington must be prepaid. The Registration Fee on letters or sealed packages to any part of the United States is ten cents, in addition to postage paid in full. Registry fee to Canada is five cents ; to England and Germany, eight cents. Foreign Postage. — Letters per half ounce, to Great Britain and Ireland, five cents. German Empire, five cents. France, five cents. Italy, five cents. Switzerland, five cents.
Page 387 - ... circulars, engravings, envelopes, flexible patterns, letter envelopes, letter paper, lithographs, merchandise, models, ornamented paper, postal cards, when sent in bulk and not addressed, photographic views, photographic paper, printed blanks, printed cards, sample cards, samples of ores, metals, minerals, and merchandise, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, and scions, stereoscopic views. All packages of matter of the third class must be so wrapped or enveloped, with open sides or ends, that their...
Page 387 - One cent for two ounces. — Almanacs, books (printed), calendars, catalogues, corrected proofs, hand-bills, magazines, when not sent to regular subscribers, maps (lithographed or engraved), music (printed sheet), newspapers, when not sent to regular subscribers, occasional publications, pamphlets, posters, proof-sheets, prospectuses...