Municipal Journal, Volume 46

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Municipal Journal and Engineer, Incorporated, 1919

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Page 26 - It shall be so operated that, at the termination of each run, the bituminous .material will be at once shut off. It shall be so designed that the normal width of application shall be not less than six (6) feet and so that it will be possible on either side of the machine to apply widths of not more than two (2) feet.
Page 296 - Management of the Bureau of Public Roads of the US Department of Agriculture, and...
Page 77 - They agree to and pledge, each to the other, faithful co-operation in the future planning and development of the port of New York, holding in high trust for the benefit of the Nation the special blessings and natural advantages thereof.
Page 164 - Mississippi, extending from Canada on the North, to the Gulf of Mexico on the South...
Page 139 - ... per centum : Provided, Any city, town, county, taxing district or other municipality may contract an indebtedness in excess of such limitations when the same has been authorized under laws in force prior to the adoption of this Constitution...
Page 26 - ... so located as to be easily observed by the Engineer while walking beside the distributor. It shall be so operated that, at the termination of each run, the bituminous material will be at once shut off.
Page 77 - ... with full power and authority to purchase, construct, lease and/or operate any terminal or transportation facility within said district; and to make charges for the use thereof; and for any of such purposes to own, hold, lease and/or operate real or personal property, to borrow money and secure the same by bonds or by mortgages upon any property held or to be held by it.
Page 213 - REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS Resolved, That the American Society for Municipal Improvements, in' convention assembled, do hereby express its deep feeling of appreciation of the courtesies extended to it by the city government of Buffalo, as exercised thru its Mayor, its Commissioner of Public Works and its City Engineer, the General Local Committee and the Special Local Committee, and for the entertainment furnished its members and visiting ladies. Whereas, The Federal Government has created...
Page 55 - Is to take the value of the property used and useful for the service of the public as a basis for rates.
Page 268 - Council for Professional Development, the recognized accrediting body of the engineering profession, composed of representatives of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the...

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