Pacific Municipalities, Volume 34

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Page 308 - Act for such period or periods, not exceeding a total of three years, as in the discretion of the commission may be necessary for making examinations and surveys, for preparing maps, plans, specifications, and estimates, and for making financial arrangements. Each such permit shall set forth the conditions under which priority shall be maintained and a license issued.
Page 203 - To sue and be sued in all courts and places and in all actions and proceedings whatever...
Page 343 - Resolved, that these resolutions be spread upon our minutes and a copy thereof forwarded to the bereaved family.
Page 204 - If, for the space of ten days after such application, the corporation refuses or neglects to supply the gas...
Page 309 - That the right of the United States or any State or municipality to take over, maintain, and operate any project licensed under this Act at any time by condemnation proceedings upon payment of just compensation is hereby expressly reserved.
Page 140 - ... of the continuance of the epidemic from September 23, 1918, to November 1, 1918, inclusive, a period of 40 days, the average total strength of the camp was 17,343, of which 14,246 were white and 3,097 were colored. In the main camp the soldiers were quartered in barracks where each soldier had 50 square feet of floor space and 500 cubic feet of air space.
Page 310 - ... determination, shall declare such lands open to location, entry or selection, subject to and with a reservation of the right of the United States or its permittees or licensees to enter upon, occupy and use any part or all of said lands necessary, in the judgment of the commission, for the purposes of this act, which right shall be expressly reserved in every patent issued for such lands; and no claim or right to compensation shall accrue from the occupation or use of any of said lands for said...
Page 80 - The city manager shall be chosen by the council solely on the basis of his executive and administrative qualifications with special reference to his actual experience in, or his knowledge of, accepted practice in respect to the duties of his office as hereinafter set forth.
Page 239 - Any fence or other structure in the nature of a fence, unnecessarily exceeding six feet in height, maliciously erected or maintained for the purpose of annoying the owners or occupants of adjoining property, shall be deemed a private nuisance.
Page 314 - ... or children of a father who is incapacitated for gainful work by permanent physical disability or is suffering from tuberculosis in such a stage that he cannot pursue a gainful occupation...

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