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Act shall take amended amount applicant appointed appropriated approved Approved March Assembly of Porto assistant Attorney authorized buildings cents certificate clerk Code collected Commissioner of Education Contingent Expenses Department deputy collector directed district court dollars per annum duties effect eighty dollars election enacted entitled established examination Executive Council expenses fifty fiscal five hundred dollars fixed follows force four hundred funds Government Governor granted hereby hundred and eighty hundred and sixty hundred and twenty Insular Island issued judge justice lands Legislative Assembly March ment moneys month municipality necessary nine hundred paid parties payment person Porto Rico President receive regulations respective Salaries San Juan School Board Secretary SECTION seven hundred six hundred dollars sixty dollars supplies teachers thereof thousand dollars thousand five hundred thousand two hundred tion Treasurer twenty dollars United University
101. lappuse - or Territory to receive same, as provided in an Act of Congress of the United States, approved August 30, 1890, and entitled, "An Act to apply a portion of the Proceeds of the Public Lands to the more complete Endowment and support of the Colleges for the benefit of Agricultural and Mechanical Arts, established under
118. lappuse - term or at chambers, to any inferior tribunal, corporation, board or person to compel the performance of any act which the law specially enjoins as a duty resulting from an office, trust or station, but though it may require an inferior tribunal,
xviii. lappuse - JOINT RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF CIVIL AFFAIRS IN PORTO RICO PENDING THE APPOINTMENT AND QUALIFICATION OF THE CIVIL OFFICERS PROVIDED FOR IN THE ACT APPROVED APRIL TWELFTH NINETEEN HUNDRED, ENTITLED, " AN ACT TEMPORARILY TO PROVIDE REVENUES AND A CIVIL GOVERNMENT FOR PORTO RICO, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. " Resolved by the Senate and House of
vii. lappuse - 14.That the statutory laws of the United States not locally inapplicable, except as hereinbefore or hereinafter otherwise provided, shall have the same force and effect in Porto Rico as in the United States, except the internal-revenue laws, which, in view of the provisions of section three, shall not have force and effect in
xiv. lappuse - the final decisions of the supreme court of Porto Rico and the district court of the United States shall be allowed and may be taken to the Supreme Court of the United States in the same manner and under the
98. lappuse - the University thus established shall provide the inhabitants of Porto Rico as soon as possible with the means of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the various branches of literature, science, and useful arts, including agriculture and mechanical trades and with professional and technical courses in medicine, law, engineering, pharmacy and in the science and art of teaching. SECTION
xix. lappuse - 'AN ACT TEMPORARILY TO PROVIDE REVENUES AND A CIVIL GOVERNMENT FOR PORTO RICO, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES,'' APPROVED APRIL TWELFTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED, AND TO INCREASE THE SALARY OF THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION PROVIDED FOR BY SAID ACT.
101. lappuse - An Act to apply a portion of the proceeds of the public lands to the more complete endowment and support of the colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, established under the provisions of an act of Congress approved July 2, 1862," and the legislative assent required by section two of the act of Congress approved August
vii. lappuse - the control of the government established by this Act to be administered for the benefit of the people of Porto Rico; and the legislative assembly hereby created shall have authority, subject to the limitations imposed upon all its acts, to legislate with respect to all such matters as it may deem advisable. SECTION
xiv. lappuse - States, jurisdiction of all cases cognizant in the circuit courts of the United States, and shall proceed therein in the same manner as a circuit court. The laws of the United States relating to appeals, writs of error and certiorari, removal of causes, and other matters and proceedings