Digest of the Acts Repealing the Charters of Certain Municipal Corporations; The Proclamation of the Governor Thereon the Acts Establishing Taxing Dis

Digest of the Acts Repealing the Charters of Certain Municipal Corporations; The Proclamation of the Governor Thereon the Acts Establishing Taxing Dis

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...of light baggage, from or to any railroad depot, hotel or steamboat landing in the District, for each passenger, 50 cents; for each trunk, 50 cents; for use of carriage containing complement or less of passengers, with privilege of going from place to place within the District or vicinity, for the first hour, $2.00; for each succeeding hour until Night. the charge shall reach $10, $1.00. double the above rates may be charged after 9 o'clock P.m.; except to and from steamboat landings to hotels, and to and from railroad depots to hotels, said compensation shall only be fifty cents for one passenger and fifty cents for one trunk. Copy to be 352. Every public hackney coach shall have placed in vchi-. de. a printed copy or the rates or compensation enum erated in the above section placed in some conspicuous place in the inside thereof. fiaggage. 353. The charge for transporting baggage alone, within the District, shall be, for the ordinary baggage of any individual, the same as is allowed for each passenger. Not drive dray, 354. No person shall drive within the District, &c., without, ., . Ucen-e. for hire or wages, or cause to be driven, any cart, sled, truck, dray or wagon, for the transportation of any merchandise, goods or other articles of any kind, or drive, or cause, or permit to be driven any hackney coach, cart, omnibus or stage, for the transportation of passengers, without having obtained a liceuse therefor, according to the provisions of this chapter. 354a.1 Prom and after January 1st, 1884, no vehicle subject to license shall be allowed to run or haul over the paved streets of the District unless the tires of each wheel of the same shall be of the width as follows: For 4 horse wagon or truck, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236498437
  • 9781236498434