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" The statutes provide that telegrams between the several Departments of the Government and their officers and agents, in their transmission over the lines of any such company, shall have priority over all other business. All officers of the United States... "
Instructions to Marshals, Distict Attorneys, and Clerks of the United States ... - Page 69
by United States. Department of Justice - 1889 - 76 pages
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1881
...Stat. 221 ; RS 52(35. ' * Government to SEC. 457. Telegrams between the several Departments of y o" tne Government and their officers and agents, in their transmission over the lines of any telegraph company to which has been given the right of way, timber, or station lauds from the public...
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Federal Communications Commission Reports: Decisions, Reports, and Orders of ...

United States. Federal Communications Commission - Communication policy - 1943
...Post Roads Act of 1866, as amended (USC, Title 47, Section 3), the relevant portion of which provides that: Telegrams between the several departments of the Government and their officers and agents * * * shall have priority over all other business at such rates as the Federal Communications Commission...
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Federal Communications Commission Reports: Decisions, Reports, and ..., Volume 2

United States. Federal Communications Commission - Communication policy - 1937
...classifications shall produce the lower charge. 2. That during the period stated telegraph communications between the several departments of the Government and their officers and agents, between points in the continental United States and points in possessions of the United States, between...
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