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" We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal to his agent, that eight hours is deemed to be a proper length of time for a day's labor, and that his contracts shall be based upon that theory. It is a matter between the... "
Getting a Living: The Problem of Wealth and Poverty--of Profits, Wages and ... - Page 537
by George Lewis Bolen - 1903 - 769 pages
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 15

1877 - 558 pages
...an uniform price, the officer may uot so contract with a consenting laborer. We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal to his ageut, that eight hours is deemed to be a proper length of time for a day's labor, and that his contracts...
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General Orders

United States. War Department - 1878 - 466 pages
...uniform price, the officer may not so contract with a consenting laborer. We regard the statute chie"y as in the nature of a direction from a principal to...hours is deemed to be a proper length of time for ft day's labor, and that his contracts shall be based upon that theory. Itisa matter between the principal...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 126

1904 - 1126 pages
...at a uniform price, the officer may not so contract with a consenting laborer. We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal...that his contracts shall be based upon that theory. It is a matter between the principal and his agent. In which a third party has no interest. The proclamation...
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Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States ..., Volume 16

United States. Department of Justice - 1881 - 792 pages
...agree with each other as to what time shall constitute a day's work." * * * " We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal...agent that eight hours is deemed to be a proper length Bight-heur Law. of time for a day's labor, and that his contracts shall be based upon that theory."...
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Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States: Advising ...

United States. Department of Justice - 1881 - 790 pages
...agree with each other as to what time shall constitute a day's work." * * * " We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal...agent that eight hours is deemed to be a proper length Eight. hoar Law. of time for a day's labor, and that his contracts shall be based upon that theory."...
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New York Criminal Reports: Reports of Cases Decided in All Courts ..., Volume 26

1912 - 624 pages
...by it or on behalf of the government of the United States, the court said : " We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal...proper length of time for a day's labor and that his contract shall be based upon that theory. It is a matter between the principal and his agent, in which...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 49

1897 - 1158 pages
...court of the United States said, in a case similar to the one in California: "We regard the statute chiefly as In the nature of a direction from a principal...proper length of time for a day's labor, and that his ooutraet shall be based upon that theory. It is a matter between the principal and his agent, In which...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 137

1914 - 1244 pages
...workmen, or mechanics employed by or on behalf of the government, the court said: "We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal to his agent that eight hours is jdeeined to be a proper length of time for a day's labor, and that his contracts shall be based upon...
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Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States ..., Volume 18

United States. Department of Justice - 1890 - 698 pages
...is reasonable, there is nothing in. the statute to prohibit such a contract. The statute is regarded ''as in the nature of a direction from a principal...that his contracts shall be based upon that theory. It is a matter between the principal and his agent in which a third party has no interest. The proclamation...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 49

1897 - 1212 pages
...court of the United States said, in a case similar to the one in California: "We regard the statute chiefly as in the nature of a direction from a principal to his agent that eight hours la deemed to be a proper length of time for a day's labor, and that his contract shall be based upon...
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