Annual Report, Volume 2; Volume 87

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From 1889 to 1918 the reports consist of the Report of the director and appendixes, which from 1893 include various bulletins issued by the library (Additions; Bibliography; History; Legislation; Library school; Public libraries) These, including the Report of the director, were each issued also separately.

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Page E-11 - No justice of the Appellate Division shall, within the department to which he may be designated to perform the duties of an appellate justice, exercise any of the powers of a justice of the Supreme Court, other than those of a justice out of court, and those pertaining to the Appellate Division or to the hearing and decision of motions submitted by consent of counsel...
Page 7 - ... permanence. Other great business interests are awakening to the need of forest preservation as a business matter. The Government's forest work should receive from the Congress hearty support, and especially support adequate for the protection of the forest reserves against fire. The forest-reserve policy of the Government has passed beyond the experimental stage and has reached a condition where scientific methods are essential to its successful prosecution. The administrative features of forest...
Page J-11 - The General Assembly may pass laws permitting the owners of lands to construct drains, ditches and levees for agricultural, sanitary or mining purposes, across the lands of others, and provide for the organization of drainage districts, and vest the corporate authorities thereof with power to construct and maintain levees, drains and ditches and to keep in repair all drains, ditches and levees heretofore constructed under the laws of this State, by special assessments upon the property...
Page 6 - You can scarcely pick up a newspaper whose pages are not blackened with the account of an unmentionable crime committed by a negro brute, and this crime, I want to impress upon you, is but the manifestation of the negroes' aspiration for social equality, encouraged largely by the character of free education in vogue which the state is levying tribute upon the white people to maintain.
Page 18 - ... suitable experience and training of not less than three years in the care and treatment of the mentally defective classes, epileptic or insane. He shall be the chief executive officer of the asylum, and shall manage the institution in conformity to rules and regulations adopted by the board of managers. He shall appoint the assistant physicians, steward, clerk, a bookkeeper, matron and all...
Page P-12 - Mar. 1 5 unless such screens or vestibules are provided. In South Carolina a similar law requiring vestibules during the months of December, January, February and March, from which Charleston county was exempted, has now, by an amendment ['04 ch.236], been made of universal application. In Ohio ['04 ch.274] legislation for the protection of railway employees has been extended by providing that mail cranes or livestock chutes along the line of the tracks shall not approach nearer than 1 8 inches to...
Page E-14 - Any person having or claiming a right of action, sounding in tort or for unliquidated damages on contract, may contract with any attorney to prosecute the same and give such attorney a lien upon such cause of action...
Page E-7 - Justice, the vacancy shall be filled by the selection by the Court of a Judge of one of the Courts of Appeal from a Supreme Court District other than that in which such vacancy shall occur, until the next ensuing Congressional election, when it shall be filled by election for a full term of twelve years. They shall be...
Page 5 - Herndon, of Fairfax county, and the town of Colonial Beach, of Westmoreland county, and incorporated towns having a population of not less than one thousand inhabitants, according to the last United States census, may, by ordinance of the town council and by and with the approval of the State Board of Education, be constituted separate school districts either for the purpose of representation on the county school board, or for the purpose of being operated as a separate school district under a town...
Page J-10 - The commissioners shall cause all moneys collected to be deposited weekly, by the collectors, with the borough treasurer, who shall return a receipt therefor to the commissioners. All moneys so collected shall be kept in a separate fund, and shall be used for the purpose of repairing, maintaining and extending such water-works, the erection of new water-works, or the payment of any indebtedness on said water-works, and for no other purpose.

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