Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives [Jan. 23, 30 and Feb. 20, 1906] on House Bills 47, 145, 440, 10699, 12316, 12478, and 12615, Proposing to Extend the Time for which Cattle and Other Animals May be Confined During Shipment from One State to Another

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Page 72 - He sendeth the springs into the valleys, Which run among the hills. They give drink to every beast of the fie'ld: The wild asses quench their thirst. By them shall the fowls of the heaven have their habitation, Which sing among the branches.
Page 162 - In estimating such confinement the time during which the animals have been confined without such rest on connecting roads from which they are received shall be included, it being the intent of this section to prohibit their continuous confinement beyond the period of twenty-eight hours, except upon contingencies hereinbefore stated.
Page 162 - Columbia or the owners or masters of steam, sailing, or other vessels carrying or transporting cattle, sheep, swine or other animals from one State...
Page 191 - That no railroad, express company, car company, common carrier other than by water, or the receiver, trustee, or lessee of any of them, whose road forms any part of a line of road over which cattle, sheep, swine, or other animals...
Page 163 - ... by the owner or person having the custody thereof, or in case of his default in so doing then by the railroad...
Page 191 - ... for every such failure be liable for and forfeit and pay a penalty of not less than one hundred nor more than five hundred dollars : Provided, That when animals are carried in cars, boats, or other vessels in which they can and do have proper food, water, space, and opportunity to rest the provisions in regard to their being unloaded shall not apply.
Page 39 - Territory or the District of Columbia, or the owners or masters of steam, sailing, or other vessels carrying or transporting cattle, sheep, swine, or other animals...
Page 39 - ... then by the railroad company or owners or masters of boats or vessels transporting the same, at the expense of the owner or person in custody thereof ; and such company, owners, or masters shall in such case have a lien upon such animals for food, care, and custody furnished, and shall not be liable for any detention of such animals.
Page 39 - Animals so unloaded shall be properly fed and watered during such rest by the owner or person having the custody thereof...
Page 163 - ... that when animals shall be carried in cars, boats or other vessels in which they can and do have proper food, water, space and opportunity for rest, the foregoing provisions in regard to their being unloaded shall not apply.

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