Columbus, Ohio: Its History, Resources, and Progress

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J.H. Studer, 1873 - Columbus (Ohio) - 584 pages

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Page 405 - A company or association may be organized to transact the business of life or accident insurance on the assessment plan, for the purpose of mutual protection and relief of its members, and for the payment of stipulated sums of money to the families or heirs of the deceased members of such company or association, and may receive money either by voluntary dona- Powers.
Page 300 - By the power developed in its combustion all the wheels of industry are kept in motion ; commerce is carried with rapidity and certainty over all portions of the earth's surface, the useful metals are brought from the deep caves in which they have hidden themselves, and are purified and wrought to serve the purposes of man. By coal, night is in one sense converted into day, winter into summer, and the life of man, measured by its fruits, greatly prolonged. Wealth, with all the comforts, the luxuries,...
Page 322 - Based on its rock of Right your empire lies, On walls of wisdom let the fabric rise; Preserve your principles, their force unfold, Let nations prove them and let kings behold. EQUALITY, your first firm-grounded stand; Then FREE ELECTION; then your FEDERAL BAND...
Page 405 - Ohio, entitled an act supplementary to an act entitled an act to provide for the creation and regulation of incorporated companies in the State of Ohio...
Page 262 - State, and accessible by railroad from different parts thereof, having regard to the healthiness of location, and also regarding the best interests of the College in the receipt of moneys, lands, or other property donated to said College by any county, town, or individual, in consideration of the location of said College at a given place...
Page 39 - ... suitable material, well compacted together, in such manner as to secure a firm...
Page 322 - Box'd up secure in your deliberate hand, Wait your behest, to fix or fly this land. Equality of Right is nature's plan; And following nature is the march of man.
Page 261 - Congress, according to the census of 1860, for the "endowment, support and maintenance of at least one college, where the leading object shall be, without excluding other scientific and classical studies, and including military tactics, to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts, ... in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions of life.
Page 559 - Smith, and their associates, be and they are hereby created a body corporate and politic, with perpetual succession, by the name and style of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and Merchants...
Page 262 - Assembly ; provided further, that said college shall not he located until there are secured thereto for such location, donations in money or unincumbered lands at their cash valuation, whereon the college is to be located, or in both money and such lands, a sum equal to at least one hundred thousand dollars.

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