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Page 463 - To him that hath, shall be given, and he shall have more abundantly ; from him that hath not, shall be taken, even that which he hath.
Page 463 - To him that hath shall be given ; and from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.
Page 15 - Senate shall not be in session at the time any vacancy shall occur or exist, the Governor shall appoint an arbitrator to fill the vacancy, subject to the approval of the Senate when convened. Said...
Page 17 - ... the benefit of the whole people; but it should be borne in mind, when exercising the right of suffrage, that most of the objects herein set forth can only be obtained through legislation, and that it is the duty of all to assist in nominating and supporting with their votes only such candidates as will pledge their support to those measures, regardless of party.
Page 121 - January, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, the labor of convicts shall not be let out by contract to any person, copartnership, company, or corporation, and the legislature shall, by law, provide for the working of convicts for the benefit of the state.
Page 443 - Not to perpetuate a name Which must endure while the peaceful arts flourish. But to show That mankind have learned to honor those Who best deserve their gratitude, The King, His Ministers, and many of the Nobles And Commoners of the Realm, Raised this monument to James Watt, Who, directing the force of an original Genius Early exercised in Philosophic research, To the improvement of The...
Page 17 - ... calling upon all who believe in securing "the greatest good to the greatest number
Page 123 - Prisons, county jails, and reformatory institutions, and to what extent their employment comes in competition with the labor of mechanics, artisans, and laborers outside of these institutions.
Page 529 - Maurice, with others attracted by his energy and enthusiasm, came forward in aid of the co-operative movement. It was fortunate that when the need of favorable legislation was most pressing the influence of Maurice was enlisted. For he, from his position as reader at Lincoln's Inn, was able to interest many young and ardent lawyers, members of his congregation, in the progress of the working classes, and to impart to them his own firm conviction that co-operation was to be an important element in...
Page 333 - California.— Eight hours of labor constitute a day's work, unless it Is otherwise expressly stipulated by the parties to a contract. A stipulation that eight-hours...

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