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the word "registered" branded, engraved, blown, or otherwise produced thereon, or on which a pasted trade-mark label is put upon which the word "registered" is also distinctly printed, may file with the clerk of the supreme court of the District of Columbia a description by facsimile, or a sample of an original package so marked or branded or blown, showing plainly such names and marks thereon, together with their name in full, or their corporate name, and also their place of business in the District of Columbia, and if so filed shall cause the same to be published for not less than two weeks successively in a daily or weekly newspaper published in the District of Columbia.
Sec. 878c. That whoever, except the person who shall have filed and published a description of the same as aforesaid, fills with milk or cream, or other beverage, as aforesaid, with intent to sell the same, any vessel so marked and distinguished as aforesaid, the description of which shall have been filed and published as provided in the preceding section, or defaces, erases, covers up, or otherwise removes or conceals any such name or mark as aforesaid, or the word "registered," thereon, or sells, buys, gives, takes, or otherwise disposes of, or traffics in the same without having purchased the contents thereof from the person whose name is in or upon such vessel, or without the written consent of such person, shall, for the first offense, be punished by a fine or not less than fifty cents for each such vessel, or by imprisonment for not less than ten days nor more than one year, or by both such fine and imprisonment; and for each subsequent offense by a fine of not less than one nor more than five dollars for each such vessel, or by imprisonment for not less than twenty days nor more than one year, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Sec. 878d. That the use or possession by any person not engaged in the production or sale of milk or cream or other beverage as aforesaid, except the person who shall so have filed and published a description of the same as aforesaid, of any vessel marked or distinguished as aforesaid, the description of which shall have been filed and published as aforesaid, without purchase of the contents thereof from, or the_written consent of, the person who shall so have filed and published the said description, shall be prima facie evidence of the unlawful use, possession of, or traffic in, such vessel, and the person so using or in possession of the same, except the person who shall so have filed and published the said description as aforesaid, shall be punished as in the next preceding section provided.
Sec. 878e. That upon complaint of any person who has complied with section eight hundred and seventy-eight b, or of his agent, to the police court of the District of Columbia, or one of the judges thereof, that such person, or agent, has reason to believe, and does believe, that any person within the District of Columbia is guilty of the violation of any provision of this Act, the said court or judge may issue a search warrant to discover and obtain such vessels as afore
said and their contents, and may also cause to be brought before the said court or judge the person so believed to be guilty, or his agent or employee, in whose possession or upon whose wagon or premises any such vessel or vessels may be found; and any such person, agent, or employee found guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of this Act shall be punished as aforesaid, and the said court or judge shall also order the property taken upon any such search warrent to be delivered to its owner.
Sec. 878f. That the clerk of the supreme court of the District of Columbia is hereby authorized to make regulations and prescribe forms for the filing of labels, trademarks, or other distinctive marks under the provisions of the foregoing amendments to section eight hundred and seventy-eight.
Sec. 878g. That nothing in the foregoing amendments to section eight hundred and seventy-eight shall prevent or restrain any person who is the legal owner of a trademark or label from proceeding in an action of tort against any person found guilty of violating any subsection of section eight hundred and seventy-eight.—Act of February 27, 1907 (34 Stat., Part I, p. 1006).
Sec. 879. FORGING OR IMITATING LABELS, AND SO FORTH.-Whoever willfully forges or counterfeits or makes use of any imitation calculated to deceive the public, though with colorable difference or deviation therefrom, of the private brand, wrapper, label, trade-mark, bottle, or package usually affixed or used by any person to or with the goods, wares, merchandise, preparation, or mixture of such person, with the intent to pass off any work, goods, manufacture, compound, preparation, or mixture as the manufacture or production of such person which is not really such, shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
Sec. 880. DESTROYING BOUNDARY TREES. -Whoever maliciously cuts down, destroys, or removes any boundary tree, stone, or other mark or monument, or maliciously effaces any inscription thereon, either of his own lands or of the lands of any other person whatsoever, even though such boundary or bounded trees should stand within the person's own land so cutting down and destroying the same, shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars and imprisoned not exceeding one year.
Sec. 881. TRESPASSING ON CAPITOL GROUNDS.-Public travel in and occupancy of the Capitol grounds shall be restricted to the roads, walks, and places prepared for the purpose by flagging, paving, or otherwise.
Sec. 882. It is forbidden to occupy the roads therein in such manner as to obstruct or hinder their proper use; to drive violently upon them or with animals not under perfect control, or to use them for the conveyance of goods or merchandise except to or from the Capitol on Government service.
Sec. 883. It is forbidden to offer or expose any article for sale; to display any sign, placard, or other form of advertisement; to solicit fares, alms, subscriptions, or contributions therein.
Sec. 884. It is forbidden to step or climb upon, remove, or in any way injure any statue, seat, wall, or other erection, or any tree, shrub, plant, or turf therein.
Sec. 885. It is forbidden to discharge any firearms, firework, or explosive, set fire to any combustible, make any harangue or oration, or utter loud, threatening, or abusive language therein.
Sec. 886. It is forbidden to parade, stand, or move in processions or assemblages, or display any flag, banner, or device designed or adapted to bring into public notice any party or organization or movement therein.
Sec. 887. Offenses against the six preceding sections shall be punishable by fine or imprisonment, or both, the fine not to exceed one hundred dollars, the imprisonment not to exceed sixty days; but in the case of heinous. offenses, by reason of which public property shall have suffered damage to an amount exceeding one hundred dollars in value, the offense shall be punishable by imprisonment in the penitentiary for a period of not less than six months nor more than five years.
Sec. 888. It shall be the duty of all policemen and watchmen having authority to make arrests in the District of Columbia to be watchful for offenses against these sections, and to arrest and bring before the proper tribunal those who shall offend against them under their observation or of whose offenses they shall be advised by wit
Sec. 889. It shall be the duty of all persons employed in the service of the Government in the Capitol or on its grounds to prevent, as far as may be in their power, offenses against these sections, and to aid the police, by information or otherwise, in securing the arrest and conviction of the offenders.
Sec. 890. WHO MAY SUSPEND PROHIBITION.-In order to admit of the due observance within the Capitol grounds of occasions of national interest becoming the cognizance and entertainment of Congress, the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, acting concurrently, are hereby authorized to suspend for such proper occasion so much of the above prohibitions as would prevent the use of the roads and walks of the said grounds by processions or assemblages and the use upon them of suitable decorations, music, addresses, and ceremonies: Provided, That responsible officers shall have been appointed and arrangements determined adequate in the judgment of the said President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives for the maintenance of suitable order and decorum in the proceedings and for guarding the Capitol and its grounds from injury. In the
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absence from Washington of either of the officers designated in this section the authority therein given to suspend certain prohibitions of this subchapter shall devolve upon the other, and in the absence from Washington of both it shall devolve upon the Capitol police commission. Sec. 891. GRAVE ROBBERY.-Whoever, without legal authority or without the consent of the nearest surviving relative, shall disturb or remove any dead body from a grave for the purpose of dissecting, or of buying, selling, or in any waytr afficking in the same, shall be imprisoned not less than one year nor more than three years.
Sec. 892. LIMITATION OF HOURS OF DAILY SERVICE FOR C. App., 452-456. LABORERS AND MECHANICS ON PUBLIC WORKS.-The service and employment of all laborers and mechanics who are now or may hereafter be employed by the Government of the United States, by the District of Columbia, or by any contractor or subcontractor upon any of the public works of the United States or of the said District of Columbia, is hereby limited and restricted to eight hours in any one calendar day; and it shall be unlawful for any officer of the United States Government or of the District of Columbia, or any such contractor or subcontractor, whose duty it shall be to employ, direct, or control the service of such laborers or mechanies, to require or permit any such laborer or mechanic to work more than eight hours in any calendar day except in case of extraordinary emergency.
Sec. 893. Any officer or agent of the Government of the United States or of the District of Columbia, or any contractor or subcontractor, whose duty it shall be to employ, direct, or control any laborer or mechanic employed upon any of the public works of the United States or of the District of Columbia who shall intentionally violate any provision of the last preceding section for each and every such offense shall be punished by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not more than six months, or both.
Sec. 894. The provisions of the two next preceding sections shall not be so construed as to in any manner apply to or affect contractors or subcontractors or to limit the hours of daily service of laborers or mechanics engaged upon the public works of the United States or of the District of Columbia for which contracts were entered into prior to August first, eighteen hundred and ninety
Sec. 895. HARBOR REGULATIONS.-Every vessel coming to anchor in the Potomac River between the junction of the Washington and Georgetown channels of said river and the extension of the south line of P street southwest, in the city of Washington, shall anchor as near the flats in said river as possible, so that the channel of said river will not be obstructed; and if such vessel is to remain over twelve hours it shall be moored with both anchors, so as to give room for passing vessels and so as not to
swing and obstruct said channel. Every vessel coming to anchor in any other portion of the navigable waters in the District of Columbia shall also be so moored under the direction of the harbor master, or the pilot of the police boat acting in the harbor master's absence, as not to obstruct the channel, and be secured with an anchor at bow and stern as to keep the long axis of the vessel parallel with that of the channel and prevent it from swinging so as to obstruct the free passage of the channel by other vessels.-Act of February 8, 1904 (33 Stat., Part 1, p. 11).
No vessel shall be permitted to anchor in the Washington channel of the Potomac River between a point one thousand feet south of the south line of P street and the north line of K street south extended, each point to be designated by a white buoy; and all vessels coming to anchor above the north line of K street south aforesaid shall come to anchor as near the flats as possible and so that the channel will not be obstructed; and all vessels coming to anchor shall be so moored by the use of both anchors as to prevent obstruction of the channel within four hundred feet of the nearest wharf, the said anchorage to continue only twenty-four hours unless otherwise ordered or directed by the harbor master.
No vessel shall be permitted to lie in Seventeenth street canal, New Jersey avenue canal, James Creek canal, or at the entrance thereof, so as to obstruct the passage of any vessel going into or out of the same or moving from one place to another therein, unless such obstructing vessel is actually engaged in loading or unloading, and shall then, if deemed expedient by the harbor master, be removed to such place as shall be necessary to give room to passing vessels. Any captain or owner of or any one in charge of any barge, sand scow, or any vessel that may sink in said canals (or) the captain or owner of any sunken vessel or other structure in any dock or at the end of any wharf in the District of Columbia, shall raise and remove the same in five days. Any vessel at the end of wharves or in docks shall, when required by the harbor master, haul either way to accommodate vessels going in or coming out from such wharves or docks. They shall not occupy regular steamers' or sailing packets' berths without permission from the recognized occupants of such wharves and dock, and they are required to rig in all fore-and-aft spars, have boats hoisted up under the bow, and davits turned up, as the harbor master may direct. Vessels when not engaged in loading or discharging cargo shall give place to such vessels as are ready to receive or deliver freights; and if the captain or person in charge of any vessel refuse to move said vessel when notified by the occupant of the wharf at which she is lying, the harbor master shall order him to haul to some other berth or into the stream. The powers and authority herein conferred upon the harbor master may, in his absence or temporary disability, be exercised by the pilot of the harbor police boat. Any