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Conveyance of certain land, etc., to the people of Porto Rico.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Insular Affairs

Conveyance of certain land, etc., to the people of Porto Rico.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Insular Affairs

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land tenure,
  • Public buildings,
  • Puerto Rico

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesConveyance of certain lands and buildings to people of Porto Rico
    SeriesH.rp.1327
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16108205M

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Conveyance of certain land, etc., to the people of Porto Rico by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Insular Affairs Download PDF EPUB FB2

That the laws and ordinances of Porto Rico now in force shall continue in full force and effect, except as altered, amended, or modified hereinafter, or as altered or modified by military orders and decrees in force when this Act shall take effect, and so far as the same are not inconsistent or in conflict with the statutory laws of the United.

Children -- Puerto Rico. Here are entered works on children in Puerto Rico. Works on Puerto Rican children living outside Puerto Rico are entered under Puerto Rican children. See. 'See General OrderHeadquarters Department of Porto Rico, Jpage ART.

Those who shall seduce troops, or any other class of land or naval armed forces whatsoever, to commit the crime of sedition, shall be punished with the penalty of prisidn correccioal in its medium and maximum degree.

in institutions within or without the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico. Those condemned thereto shall be subject to forced labor for the benefit of the State within the precincts of the institution. ART. The penalties of r1lyacidn pe-p)etua and relegacidm tem-peral shall be served without the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico, at.

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Full text of "Translation of the Penal code in force in Cuba and Porto Rico" See other formats. Looking at the land, we divide the surface of the earth into eastern and western hemispheres; but looking at the water, we make an opposite classification.

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§ Territory included under name Puerto Rico []. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to the island of Puerto Rico and to the adjacent islands belonging to the United States and waters of those islands; and the name Puerto Rico, as used in this chapter, shall be held to include not only the island of that name, but all the adjacent islands as aforesaid.

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G.P.O., ]), by United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (page images at HathiTrust). Get free access to the complete judgment in CARINO v. INSULAR GOVERNMENT on CaseMine. Porto Rico.—Porto Rico contains about 3, square miles, and has a population of considerable more than a million. The climate is tropical and the land is extremely fertile.

Postage Stamps.—They were invented inand were introduced into America in. The people seemed to have no other idea than to live on this fat meat and corn bread,--the meat, and the meal of which the bread was made, having been bought at a high price at a store in town, notwithstanding the face that the land all about the cabin homes could easily have been made to produce nearly every kind of garden vegetable that is.

At 5 p.m. we steamed into harbor of San Juan, Porto Rico. Fellow voyagers Lieut. Colonel Geo. B Davis, chief prof. of Law, West Point, NY. Capt - R. Irvine, U. in charge of one million of money for Porto Rico to be exchanged for Porto Rican gold and silver.

Went on shore and found quarters at Inglaterra Hotel. The rights it conveys must attach to LAND rather than the CIVIL STATUS (e.g. “taxpayer”, “citizen”, “resident”, etc.) of the people ON that land.

One can be ON land within a PHYSICAL state WITHOUT being legally “WITHIN” that state (a corporation) as an officer of the government or corporation (Form #) called a “citizen.

The Status of Annexed Territory and of its Free Civilized Inhabitants () Are the debts that may be contracted by what the law calls the body politic of "The People of Porto Rico" for local purposes, part of the debt of the United States—notwithstanding that the island is no part of the United States and the people are not citizens of.

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Porto Rico: Of Porto Rico nothing is known concerning any early Jewish settlement. In recent years, since the Spanish-American war, Jews have immigrated thither; and there is now a flourishing congregation. The Resettlement in England and Its Relation to America: Aborigines and Lost Ten Tribes.

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