Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, 71권,268-271호

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903

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AUTOMOBILES IN AUSTRALASIA
23
New South Wales 23New Zealand 24Victoria 25
25
AUTOMOBILES IN THE CANARY ISLANDS Berliner
27
AUTOMOBILE REGULATIONS IN EUROPE
28
Austria 28 Belgium 31France 33Germany 38Nether lands 43
43
New GERMAN AUTOMOBILE Monaghan
46
THE MOTORCYCLE TRADE IN GREAT BRITAIN Evans
48
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES OF GERMANY IN 1901
55
Mason
67
SALABLE AMERICAN PRODUCTS FOR GERMANY
68
ALCOHOL MOTORS IN GERMANY Ilughes
76
GERMAN CERAMIC INDUSTRY Schumann
77
MILK POWDER IN GERMANY Hughes
78
New Food For Live STOCK IN GERMANY Liefeld
79
EXPOSITION OF HYGIENIC MILK SUPPLY AT HAMBURG
80
FORESTRY IN GERMANY Kehl
81
GERMAN FIRE EXTINGUISHER Diederich
82
ELECTRIC FIRE PUMP IN ROUEN Haynes
83
WAGES IN FRANCE Atwell
85
REDUCTION OF HOURS OF LABOR IN FRANCE
88
s Covert
89
STREET ARCHITECTURE IN PARIS Gowdy
92
THE COAL INDUSTRY Boyle
94
THROUGH SERVICE FROM PARIS TO PEKIN Haynes
97
POPULAR AMERICAN WARES IN ENGLAND Mahin
102
CANADIAN PEATFUEL OPERATIONS Gunsaulus
124
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Import Trade of Persia
165
UNITED STATES ENTERPRISES IN MEXICO Barlow 169
169
New RAILROADS IN MEXICO Pagés
175
FINANCIAL MEASURES IN MEXICO Clayton
176
New IMPORT DUTIES In Mexico Clayton
177
CUBAN PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGE Squiers
178
SANITARY CONDITION OF HABANA Sleeper
188
IMPORTATION OF CATTLE INTO CUBA
192
ENGINEER TITLES IN CUBA Squiers
194
CITIZENSHIP IN CUBA
195
SUGAR CROP IN SANTIAGO DE CUBA oladay
197
TREATY OF PEACE IN COLOMBIA
198
EXPORT DUTIES IN COLOMBIA Ilart
200
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAPITAL IN HONDURAS Alger
201
New WAGON ROAD IN HONDURAS Moe
202
RUBBER VINE IN HONDURAS S
203
GUTTAPERCHA INDUSTRY Kenneday
204
AGRICULTURAL BANKING SYSTEM IN BAHIA Furniss
206
Bids FOR LIGHTING GUAYAQUIL Nast
208
OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTMENT IN ECUADOR s
209
NAVIGATION OF THE RIO DE LA PLATA Ruffin
211
AMERICAN CAPITAL IN CANADIAN BANK STOCK Foster
212
BEETSUGAR MANUFACTURE IN ONTARIO Gunsaulus
213
POWER WORKS FOR VANCOUVER
214
SARDINES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
215
GOVERNMENT Iron FOUNDRY IN JAPAN Lyon
216
PROGRESS OF JAPANESE RAILWAY ENTERPRISE Bellows
217
The OSAKA EXHIBITION Lyon
219
TRANSIT OF GOODS THROUGH VLADIVOSTOCK Greener
220
TRAVELING ON THE SIBERIAN RAILWAY Lyon
221
RAILWAYS OF INDIA Patterson
222
OPENING FOR AN AMERICAN HOUSE IN BANGKOK king
227
FAILURE OF AUSTRALIAN WHEAT Crop Goding
233
roadsManufacture of Glass in GermanyAmerican Petro
305
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Trade of San Thomé
319
CONTENTS Page IX
322
ON THE 362 363 369 37+ 379 382 385 386 388 390 392 393 395
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Page
322
Our FOREIGN COMMERCE IN 1902
323
NEW ZEALAND LABOR LAWS
332
Dillingham
355
IRRIGATION WORKS OF INDIA
356
FOREST ADMINISTRATION OF BRITISH INDIA
359
French AUTOMOBILE EXPOSITION
386
AMERICAN EXHIBITS AT PARIS AUTOMOBILE Show Gowdy
388
REPAIRING AËRIAL WIRES BY AUTOMOBILE IN FRANCE Haynes XV RAILWAY AUTOMOBILES IN EUROPE Halstead
392
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVES IN ENGLAND
393
IRON AND STEEI TRADES IN SCOTLAND Fleming XVIII JOINTStock COMPANIES IN SCOTLAND
396
MANCHESTER EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES Grinnell
398
GREAT BRITAINs BEEF SUPPLIES
399
THE VALUE OF RATIONAL METHODS IN COKE PRODUCTION Mason
400
WATER POWER IN FRANCE
402
THE SIMPLON RAILWAY Pearson
405
ROUENAMERICAN STEAMSHIP COMMUNICATION Haynes
406
SAND BRICKS IN FRANCE
408
UNITED STATES TRADE WITH FRANCE Thackara
409
THE BANK OF FRANCE
413
Gowdy
415
PHOTOGRAPHS ON FRUIT IN FRANCE Haynes XXIX THE WOOL TRADE OF MARSEILLES
416
Skinner
417
TEXTILE INDUSTRY OF ST ETIENNE Brunot XXXI THE SILKWORM IN SPAIN Carleton
418
SILKWORMS IN ITALY Jartis
419
COMMERCIAL NOTES FROM ITALY Richmond
420
OPENING FOR SULPHATE OF COPPER IN GREECE Jackson XXXV TRADE OF SLAVONIA
424
Chester
425
No 270403A
454
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS German Commerce with
468
No 26903A
472
Full directions for binding the Consular Reports are given in
472
SISAL THE YUCATAN FIBER Thompson
473
COPPER SILVER AND GOLD IN LATIN AMERICA
493
396
503
398
504
Argentine Republic 493Brazil 494Chile 501Colombia 510Ecuador 512The Guianas 513Honduras 513
513
Nicaragua 513Paraguay 516Salvador 516Uruguay 520 III URUGUAYAN COMMERCE WITH CUBA Swalm
520
SUGAR CROP IN SANTA CLARA CUBA Bachr
521
BRAZILIAN REVENUE BILL FOR 1903 Furniss
522
AGRICULTURE IN HONDURAS Moe
523
CEARA RUBBER IN NICARAGUA Gottschalk
525
THE FORESTS OF CANADA Culver
526
SALMON PRODUCTION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Smith
531
OPENING FOR WELLBORING MACHINES IN CHINA Martin
532
GOLD MINING IN THE PRIMORSKI REGION SIBERIA
533
MINING IN RUSSIAN CHINA Holloway 5344
534
MINING INDUSTRY IN TURKESTAN
535
THE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL At Tiflis Harris
536
AUSTROHUNGARIAN COMMERCE IN 1902 Hunt
540
GERMAN IMPORT OF TROPICAL FRUIT Diederich
541
GERMAN SUGAR BILL Tower
542
GERMAN EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES Mason
543
Swiss FACTORIES IN GERMANY Bardel
544
405
545
The North SEA FISHERIES Smythe
546
AN IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY FOR AMERICAN Con FISHERMEN Ridgely
562
ELECTRICPoweR DISTRIBUTION IN GREAT BRITAIN Mahin
564
APPARATUS FOR ARRESTING FIRE IN Ships HoldS Goding
570
SELFIGNITION OF COTTON Diederich
571
MARSEILLES OIL AND SEED TRADE OF 1902 Skinner
572
PRODUCTION OF COLORED COCOONS Atwell
574
SUGAR PRODUCTION IN SPAIN Hallatt
575
AMERICAN FLOUR AND LARD IN MALTA
576
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILES IN MALTA
577
COTTON IN GERMAN EAST AFRICA
580
No 27103A I
585
TRADE AT BEIRA
587
406
601
CorrectionConsular Reports Transmitted
604
FOREIGN REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS Commerce of Venezuela
620
408
627
418
633
424
637
No 268403A I

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257 페이지 - An act to amend title sixty, chapter three, of the Revised Statutes, relating to copyrights," that said act "shall only apply to a citizen or subject of a foreign state or nation when such foreign state or nation permits to citizens of the United States of America the benefit of copyright on substantially the same basis as its own citizens...
322 페이지 - Congress assembled, that the value of foreign coin as expressed in the money of account of the United States shall be that of the pure metal of such coin of standard value ; and the values of the standard coins in circulation of the various nations of the .world shall be estimated annually by the Director of the Mint, and be proclaimed on the first day of January by the Secretary of the Treasury.
257 페이지 - States at the time of the first publication of his work ; or (b) When the foreign state or nation of which such author or proprietor is a citizen or subject grants, either by treaty, convention, agreement, or law, to citizens of the United States the benefit of copyright on substantially the same basis as to its own citizens...
334 페이지 - The hours of employment, sex, age, qualification, or status of workers, and the mode, terms and conditions, of employment ; (c) The employment of children or young persons, or of any person or persons or class of persons, in any industry, or the dismissal of or refusal to employ any particular person or persons or class of persons therein...
472 페이지 - Gold : 10 and 20 crowns. Gold: 5. 10, 20, 50, and 100 francs.
257 페이지 - ... provides for reciprocity in the granting of copyright, by the terms of which agreement the United States of America may, at its pleasure, become a party to such...
xi 페이지 - United States gold, and a smaller number of grains in proportion. When a country has the double standard, but keeps its full legal-tender silver coins at par with gold, the coins of both gold and silver are calculated on the basis of the gold value. "The value of the standard coins of countries with the single silver standard is calculated to be that of the average market value of the pure metal they contained...
354 페이지 - ... at any stage of the proceedings, of its own motion, or on the application of any of the parties...
175 페이지 - It is impossible to estimate with any degree of accuracy, the amount of the surplus tolls, during the next six years.
353 페이지 - For the purpose of enforcing any order of the court made under this section, a duplicate thereof shall by the clerk of awards be filed in the nearest office of the magistrate's court, and shall thereupon, according to its tenor, be enforced in all respects as a final judgment, conviction, or order duly made by a magistrate under the summary provisions of the justices of the peace act, 1908.

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