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Side 163 - No person who heretofore hath been, or hereafter may be, a collector or holder of public moneys, shall have a seat in either House of the General Assembly, until such person shall have accounted for, and paid into the treasury, all sums for which he may be accountable or liable.
Side 425 - It shall be the further duty of said director to collect, digest, and arrange, for the use of Congress, the statistics of the manufactures of the United States, their localities, sources of raw material, markets, exchanges with the producing regions of the country, transportation of products, wages, and such other conditions as are found to affect their prosperity...
Side 156 - The purchase of sites ami materials for, and construction and repairs of, the various fortifications throughout the United States; Construction and repairs of roads, bridges, bridge-trains, &c., for armies in the field ; Surveys on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts; Examination and surveys of the northern and western lakes and rivers ; Construction and repairs of breakwaters; Repairs and improvement of harbors, both on sea and lake coasts; Improvement of rivers and purchase of snag and dredge-boats...
Side 96 - Each Office shall communicate to the other its tariff of charges, or rates of commission, which shall be established under this Convention, and these rates shall, in all cases, be payable in advance by the remitters, and shall not be repayable.
Side 254 - Instructions by in all cases in which it is possible, be made hourly, and when that cannot be done, they should be made at intervals of two, three, four, or six hours. The temperature of the water of the ocean, as well as of the air, should be taken during the sailing of the vessel. The minimum temperature of the ice, while in winter-quarters, should be noted from time to time, perhaps at different depths ; also that of the water beneath.
Side 98 - Duplicate orders shall only be issued by the Postal Administration of the country, on which the original orders were drawn, and in conformity with 'the regulations established, or, to be established, in that country. ARTICLE 9.
Side 152 - ... which can be carried out afloat, the practical use of the various instruments used in the engine-room, including the indicator, and of becoming generally acquainted with the duties of a naval engineer.
Side 154 - Army, whose duties are to purchase the provisions and stores necessary for its subsistence, and see to their proper distribution. These commissaries render monthly money accounts, with proper vouchers for disbursements of the funds intrusted to them, together with a provision-return, showing the disposition of provisions and stores purchased or derived from other sources. These accounts are received through the Commissary-General of Subsistence, and are examined and audited in this division.