Report of the Government of the District of Columbia: Including Miscellaneous Reports, 2. sējums

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298. lappuse - ... promptly make payments to all persons supplying him or them with labor and materials in the prosecution of the work provided for in such contract...
208. lappuse - All expenditures of public funds for such school purposes shall be made and accounted for as now provided by law under the direction and control of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia.
302. lappuse - Territory, and in the case of a contract made by the District of Columbia to the Commissioners thereof, who shall have power to review the action imposing the penalty, and in all such appeals from such final order whereby a contractor or subcontractor may be aggrieved by the imposition of the penalty hereinbefore provided such contractor or subcontractor may within six months after decision by such head of a department or the Commissioners of the District of Columbia file a claim in the Court of...
302. lappuse - Any contractor or sub-contractor aggrieved by the withholding of any penalty as hereinbefore provided shall have the right within six months thereafter to appeal to the head of the department making the contract on behalf of the United States or the territory, and In the case of a contract made by the District of Columbia to the commissioners thereof, who shall have power to review the action Imposing the penalty, and In all such appeals from such final order whereby...
269. lappuse - ... similar character; or, if the extra work should be of a class for which no rate is fixed by current contracts, the actual reasonable cost to the contractor as determined by the engineer, plus 15 per cent. The contractor shall have no claim for compensation for extra work unless the same is ordered in writing by the engineer.
298. lappuse - ... loss or damage due to negligence, or arising out of the nature of the work to be done, or from any unforeseen or unusual obstructions or difficulties which may be encountered in the prosecution of the same, or from the action of the elements, will be sustained by the contractor. 5. Employees.—The contractor shall employ capable superintendents or foremen to represent him on the work, and they shall receive and obey orders from the engineer.
302. lappuse - An act relating to' the limitation of the hours of daily service of laborers and mechanics employed upon the public works of the United States and of the District of Columbia...
286. lappuse - Retain fund.—The retain fund shall be subject to the control of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia for the purpose of maintaining the work in repair and making good any defects discovered during the period specified.
10. lappuse - Hereafter all plans and specifications for the construction of buildings in the National Zoological Park shall be prepared under the supervision of the municipal architect of the District of Columbia...
299. lappuse - Columbia in completing the said contract in excess of the price herein stipulated to be paid the contractor for completing the same, and also all costs of inspection and superintendence, Including all necessary traveling expenses connected therewith incurred by the...

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