Proceedings of the State Temperance Convention Held in Harrisburg,Pa., February 23d and 24th, 1869: And of the State Temperance Union,held Tuesday and Wednesday,February 23d and 24th, 1869

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Pearsol and Geist, printers, 1869 - 240 pages

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Page 229 - ... and whoever, in the employment of another, violates any provision of this section, shall be held equally guilty with the principal and suffer the same penalty. SEC.
Page 238 - AD , unless such authority is sooner revoked or annulled : Now, if said shall, in all respects, conform to the provisions of law relating to the business which he is authorized as above to pursue, and shall violate no law of the Commonwealth touching the manufacture and sale of spirituous or intoxicating liquors, during the term for which he is authorized to manufacture such liquors as above mentioned, then this obligation to be void — otherwise to remain in full force.
Page 228 - A party found guilty of contempt under the provisions of this section, shall be punished by a fine of not less than two hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail not less than three nor more than six months, or by both fine and imprisonment.
Page 237 - ... efficiency of employees may be determined. Among the elements of efficiency to be considered are quantity of work or the amount performed, quality of work or the degree of its excellence, physical condition, habits, character, conduct, aptitude and adaptability, punctuality, and attendance.
Page 160 - Resolved, That, in behalf of the public peace and welfare we accept the issue, and will meet them at the polls in resistance of these iniquitous demands...
Page 234 - ... shall be made returnable to the term of the superior court to be held in the county next after the expiration of fourteen days from the time of issuing the notice.
Page 240 - That the said liquor at the time of said sale by said importer remains in the original casks or packages in which it was by him imported, and in quantities not less than the quantities in which the laws of the United States require such liquors to be imported, and is Statement of the Case. sold by him in said original casks or packages and in said quantities only...
Page 236 - All payments or compensations for spirituous or intoxicating liquors sold in violation of law, whether in money, labor or personal property, shall be held to have been received without consideration, and against law, equity and good conscience.
Page 231 - Whoever is found in a state of intoxication in a public place, or is found in any place in a state of intoxication committing a breach of the peace or disturbing others by noise...
Page 230 - ... sold by another, or having reasonable cause to believe that the same is intended to be sold...

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