Compendium of the Laws of Mexico Officially Authorized by the Mexican Government; Containing the Federal Constitution, with All Amendments, and a Thorough Abridgment of All the Codes and Special Laws of Importance to Foreigners Concerned

Compendium of the Laws of Mexico Officially Authorized by the Mexican Government; Containing the Federal Constitution, with All Amendments, and a Thorough Abridgment of All the Codes and Special Laws of Importance to Foreigners Concerned

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...y venias) should be square lots measuring 50 var-as on each side, the area of which, is 2,500 square varas (50 vara. lots.) The sitio de ganado mayor contains a little over 41 cabaZlerias of land (41.023) or 41 caballerias and a square solar, the side of which is 1192/3 varas; the sitio dc ganado menor contains a little over 18 caballerias, and one solar, the sides of which are 3763/; varas. Measuring the caballeria of land with the cordel of 50 varas it must measure 22 cordeles, and 4 varas on the longest sides and 11 cordeles and 2 raras on the shorter; each side of the square which composes onehalf of the caballeria, should measure 11 cordeles and 2 varas, _the distance from the center of said square (half a caballeria) to each of its sides should measure 5 cordeles and 26 t-aras. The fundo legal or town site, for pueblos, is a square, measuring on each side 1,200 varas, the area of which, is 1,440,000 square varas. The square should be laid out with the angles corresponding to_ the cardinal points. Art. 1114. Old Water Measures--'1'erms Defined.--A buey of water is a volume of water passing through a square aperture each side of which measures one vara, the area or superficie is one square vara, hence one vara is equivalent to 48 dedos or 36 pulgadas, the said superficies being 2,304 square dedos, or 1,296 square pulgadws. The surco is the volume of water delivered through an aperture of rectangular shape, which has for its base or horizontal width eight dedos or six pulgadas in measurement, and measuring from the base perpendicularly, six dedos or four and one-half pulgadas. The superficie of a surco is 48 square dedos or 27 square pulgadas, (each pulgada equals 11-12ths of an English inch); 48 surcos make one buey or 2,304...show more

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  • Paperback | 164 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 304g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236943112
  • 9781236943118