3 edition of Laws relating to street-railway franchises in the District of Columbia. found in the catalog.
Laws relating to street-railway franchises in the District of Columbia.
|Statement||Comp. in the office of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia and printed under authority of the resolution of Congress passed March 12, 1896. (Recompiled and indexed by Daniel E. Garges, secretary to the engineer commissioner of the District of Columbia, March 4, 1905.)|
|Contributions||Garges, Daniel Edward, 1874-, District of Columbia. Board of Commissioners.|
|LC Classifications||KFD1503 .A3 1905|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v., 299 p.|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||16005232|
That all railroad, street railway, telegraph and telephone franchises, privileges or concessions granted under section thirty-two of said Act shall be approved by the President of the United States, and no such franchise, privilege, or concession shall be operative until it shall have been so approved. Sec. 3. The Street Railway Review, F. L. KENFIELD, coming on the invite corresponilcnce on all either to news items our companies or interest to those cngae;eil officers. street railway friends may send us, pertaining Address: THE STREET RAILWAY REVIEW. 2x3 Entered a report of in some who fancied short company's servant. part of the The Newark, subjects of.
Laws , p. In Re New York District R. Co., N. Y. 42, 14 N. E. , decided in , the court of appeals held that street underground roads were street railways and that the constitutional provision applied to them; that the act of had no application to street railroads, and, if it had, the authority to construct had been taken. the Senate District committee, and have referred to the board of education for re port, a letter from the Civic Center alleg ing a non-enforcement of the laws for com pulsory school attendance in the District of Columbia. It is declared there are more than 6, children in the District, from eight to fourteen years of age, who are not.
street railway companies was drawn up by a good lawyer, and contained between twenty and thirty sections, or about three pages of print. It was brought to another lawyer, certainly no better lawyer, but a legislative expert, who got all that was desired into one section of five lines. There is no committee on style, there is no expert drafting. The special acts passed before the amendment of , which are claimed to constitute contracts, the obligations of which are impaired by this tax legislation, are found, first, in chap. of the Laws of , which granted to certain persons the right to construct, maintain, and operate and use a street railroad, with a provision that 'the.
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Laws Relating to Street-railway Franchises in the District of Columbia: (Including Street-railway Laws Enacted During the First Session of the Fifty-fourth Congress) Volume of United States 54 Cong.
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Its route began at 15th Street and New York Avenue NW, where it intersected the Washington and Georgetown line, and continued east on New York Avenue NW to K Street NW (at that time the location of the. The Capitol, North O Street and South Washington Railway was a street railway company in Washington, D.C., from to It was the sixth and final company to start during the horse car era.
It operated on a loop, or "belt," around downtown and the National Mall. Laws relating to street-railway franchises in District of Columbia. St82 Same; recompiled and indexed by Daniel E.
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