Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1902

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Page 329 - The applicant must take the oath of allegiance to the Government of the United States. The application must be accompanied by...
Page 329 - A person who is entitled to receive a passport if temporarily abroad should apply to the diplomatic representative of the United States in the country where he happens to be; or, in the absence of a diplomatic representative, to the consul-general of the United States; or, in the absence of both, to the consul of the United States. The necessary statements may be made before the nearest consular officer of the United States.
Page 362 - No person shall be eligible to membership in the house of delegates who is not twenty-five years of age and able to read and write either the Spanish or the English language, or who is not possessed in his own right of taxable property, real or personal, situated in Porto Rico.
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Page 151 - States ; except that articles of miscellaneous merchandise (fourth class matter), not sent as bona fide trade samples, are required to be sent by "Parcels Post...
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Page 362 - January next ensuing; of all which thirty days' notice shall be given by publication in the Official Gazette, or by printed notices distributed and posted throughout the district, or by both, as the executive council may prescribe. At such elections all citizens of Porto Rico shall be allowed to vote who have been bona fide residents for one year and who possess the other qualifications of voters under the laws and military orders in force on the...
Page 416 - Section 342 of this act; doormen of police, not exceeding two In number to each fifty of the total number of patrolmen; surgeons of police, not exceeding forty in number, one of whom ¡shall be chief surgeon, and patrolmen to the number of 6,382.
Page 305 - ... the Trustees of the Fund for the Relief of Widows and Orphans of deceased Clergymen, and of aged, infirm, and disabled Clergymen...
Page 39 - All cities are classified according to the latest state enumeration, as from time to time made, as follows: The first class includes all cities having a population of...

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