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Page 407 - Company's charter, not being sweetened or mixed with any article, so that the degree of strength thereof cannot be exactly ascertained by such hydrometer, 9s.
Page 407 - Other Spirits, being sweetened or mixed so that the Degree of Strength cannot be ascertained as aforesaid...
Page 629 - Linens, and all manufactures of which flax, grass-cloth, or a similar material shall form the principal part...
Page 291 - according to the unvarying testimony of the employers, the actual wages earned in 1872 and subsequent years were scarcely in excess of the wages earned before 1867. The workmen took the difference in idleness and dissipation ; in most establishments it became the rule to close from Saturday night to Tuesday morning, and it was only on Wednesdays that work was fairly resumed.
Page 326 - The total value of exports from this consular district to the United States during the year ended September 30, 1889, amounted to $2, 964, 488.
Page 653 - The general health of the city during the past year has been excellent, and a great decrease in the death rate is shown.
Page 407 - Provided that no tobacco packed and prized shall, on the importation thereof, be examined as to the quantity of moisture contained therein except by special order of the Commissioners of Customs, and unmanufactured tobacco shall on the entry thereof be distinguished as stemmed or unstemmed, as the case may be. Varnish. Sec Spirits. Vinegar ------ the gallon 003 Pickles, preserved in - '- - - „ 001 " lne1 vlz. • Containing less than the followmg rates of Proof Spirit verified by Sj kes
Page 408 - Ten per cent, of proof .spirit may be used in the fortifying of any wine in bond, provided that the wine so fortified be not thereby raised to a greater degree of strength than forty per cent, of such proof spirit, if for home consumption.