Appropriations, Department of Commerce, 1926

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Page 83 - Such conduct, on the part of the defendant towards the plaintiff, as may render it unsafe and improper for the former to cohabit with the latter.
Page 76 - Force, duress, or fraud in obtaining the marriage. 6. Uniting with any religious society whose creed and rules require a renunciation of the marriage covenant, or forbid husband and wife from cohabiting.
Page 86 - ... when any husband shall have by cruel and barbarous treatment, endangered his wife's life or offered such indignities to her person as to render her condition intolerable, and life burdensome, and thereby force her to withdraw from his house and family...
Page 194 - That it shall be the duty of said commissioner to prosecute investigations and inquiries on the subject, with the view of ascertaining whether any and what diminution in the number of the food-fishes of the coast and the lakes of the United States has taken place ; and, if so, to what causes the same is due ; and also whether any and what protective, prohibitory, or precautionary measures should be adopted in the premises ; and to report upon the same to Congress.
Page 82 - State has resided In this State for three years together, her husband having left the United States. with the intention of becoming a citizen of some foreign, country, and not having during that period come into this State and claimed his marital rights, and not having made suitable provision for his wife's support and maintenance.
Page 87 - Whenever in the trial of any petition for divorce from the bond of marriage it shall be alleged in the petition that the parties have lived separate and apart from each other for the space of at least ten years...
Page 79 - In case of an application for a divorce from bed and board, although a decree for such divorce be not made, the court may make such order or decree for the support and maintenance of the wife and children, or any of them, by the husband, or out of his property, as the nature of the case may render suitable and proper.
Page 92 - ... when the husband shall be guilty of such conduct as to constitute him a vagrant within the meaning of the law respecting vagrants...
Page 69 - For voluntary abandonment from bed and board for two years next preceding the filing of the bill. 4. Imprisonment in the penitentiary of this or any other State for two years, the sentence being for seven years or longer. 5. The commission of the crime against nature, whether with mankind or beast, either before or after marriage.
Page 88 - Married persons may reciprocally claim a separation and divorce, on account of habitual intemperance, excess, cruel treatment or outrages of one of them towards the other, if such habitual intemperance, or such ill treatment is of such a nature as to render their living together insupportable.

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