Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

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עמוד 534 - ... and as long as similar ones are not established by the United States, or any of them. The subjects of the Most Christian King shall enjoy on their part, in all the dominions of the said States, an entire and perfect reciprocity relative to the stipulations contained in the present article...
עמוד 534 - ... ab intestat, shall be exempt from all duty called droit de detraction, or other duty of the same kind, saving nevertheless the local rights or duties as much and as long as similar ones are not established by the United States, or any of them. The subjects of the Most Christian King shall enjoy on their part...
עמוד 534 - The subjects and inhabitants of the said United States, or any one of them, shall not be reputed aubains in France, and consequently shall be exempted from the <lrui; «Taubaine, or other similar duty, under what name soever.
עמוד 27 - The objects of the Association are, by periodical and migratory meetings, to promote intercourse between those who are cultivating science in different parts of...
עמוד 32 - Association, and arrange the program for the first day of the sessions. The time and place of this first meeting shall be designated by the Permanent Secretary. Unless otherwise agreed upon, regular meetings of the Council shall be held in the Council room at 9 o'clock AM, on each day. of the meeting of the Association. Special meetings of the Council may b« called at any time by the President.
עמוד 547 - Resolved, That this Conference recommend to the states the recognition and enforcement of the principles of interstate comity in taxation. These principles require that the same property should not be taxed at the same time by two state jurisdictions, and to this end that if the title deeds or other paper evidences of the ownership of property, or of an interest in property are taxed, they shall bo taxed at the situs of the property, and not elsewhere.
עמוד 484 - An early account of their egg-laying, by Peter Martyr, is given in these words: "At such time as the heate of Nature moueth them to generation, they come forthe of the Sea, and making a deepe pit in the sand, they lay three or foure hundred Egges therein : when they haue thus emptied their bag of Conception, they put as much of the same againe into the Pit as may satisfie to couer their Egges, and so resorte againe vnto the vSea, nothing carefull of their succession.
עמוד 351 - It is concerned with him solely as a being who desires to possess wealth, and who is capable of judging of the comparative efficacy of means for obtaining that end.
עמוד 561 - ... meeting during the winter. The Committee on Policy reported that it had considered this matter and would recommend that this general committee request the next general committee to hold a summer meeting in Ithaca during the summer of 1906. The success of this meeting will undoubtedly have a great deal to do with settling the question of summer meetings. There seems to be no objections on the part of the Association to holding two meetings each year, one during the winter and one during the summer....
עמוד 484 - Sea, and making a deepe pit in the sand, they lay three or foure hundred Egges therein : when they haue thus emptied their bag of Conception, they put as much of the same againe into the Pit as may satisfie to couer their Egges, and so resorte againe vnto the Sea, nothing carefull of their succession. At the day appointed of Nature to the procreation of these creatures there creepeth out a multitude of Tortoyses, as it were Pismyers out of an anthill, and this only by the heate of the Sunne, without...

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