Consular Reports: Commerce, manufactures, etc, Issues 313-315

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1906 - Consular reports
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Page 222 - Gold — sovereign (); silver— rupee and divisions. Gold— 5, 10, 20. 50, and 100 lire; silver— 5 lire. Gold— 5, 10, and 20 yen; silver— 10, 20, and 50 sen.
Page 211 - June, 1905, they were issued by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce...
Page 9 - ... containing each not more than one quart and more than one pint, or twentyfour bottles or jugs containing each not more than one pint...
Page 212 - There shall be admitted to the mails exchanged under this Convention, articles of merchandise and mail matter — except letters, post cards, and written matter — of all kinds that are admitted under any conditions to the domestic mails of the country of origin, except that no packet...
Page 221 - ... the monthly CONSULAR REPORTS, many numbers are exhausted or so reduced that the Department is unable to accede to requests for copies. Of the publications of the Bureau available for distribution, copies are mailed to applicants without charge. In view of the scarcity of certain numbers, the Bureau will be grateful for the return of any copies of the monthly or special reports which recipients do not care to retain. Upon notification of...
Page 212 - ... and must be so wrapped or inclosed as to permit the contents to be easily examined by customs officers and by post-masters duly authorized to do so; and except that the following articles are prohibited: || Publications which violate the copyright laws of the country of destination; poisons, and explosive or inflammable substances; fatty substances; liquids, and those which easily...
Page 73 - ... just take care of yourself and our family, and as God has so guided me safely against the dangers of battle, may He safely guide you. A Bit of Propaganda 1918 WE did n't go in for much of that sort of work in our escadrille. Most of the men were quite satisfied to make their two gun-spotting flights a day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, and call it a day's work. There was no jealousy or over-competition, for each took his turn as it came and no one was allowed to go up without his...
Page 212 - Gold: 5, 10, 20, 50. and 100 francs. Silver: 5 francs. Gold: 5, 10. and 20 marks. Gold: sovereign (pound sterling) and W sovereign.
Page 144 - The goods to which the foregoing regulations apply are as follows: (a) Articles used for food or drink by man, or used in the manufacture or preparation of articles used for food or drink by man...
Page 168 - Gold : 25 pesetas. Silver : 5 pesetas. Gold : 10 and 20 crowns. Gold : 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 francs. Silver : 5 francs. Gold : 25, 50, 100, 250, and 500 piasters.

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