Civil Disturbances in Washington: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, Second Session, May and July, 1968
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1968 - Insurance, Property - 289 pages
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Page 169 - The Food and Drug Administration of the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, provided personnel who worked closely with the Bureau of Food and Drugs.
Page 119 - The State is the creator of subordinate municipal governments. It vests in them the police powers essential to the preservation of law and order. It imposes upon them the duty of protecting property situated within their limits from the violence of such public breaches of the peace as are mobs and riots. This duty and obligation thus...
Page 99 - NOW, THEREFORE, I, DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, President of the United States, under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the United States, including Chapter 15 of Title 10 of the United States Code, particularly Sections 332, 333 and 334 thereof, do command all persons engaged in such obstruction of justice to cease and desist therefrom, and to disperse forthwith.
Page 244 - There shall be no liability on the part of and no cause of action of any nature shall arise against the...
Page 250 - Insurance is essential to revitalize our cities. It is a cornerstone of credit. Without insurance, banks and other financial institutions will not — and cannot — make loans. New housing cannot be constructed, and existing housing cannot be repaired. New businesses cannot be opened, and existing businesses cannot expand or even survive.
Page 132 - Such a regulation has a tendency to deter the lawless, since the sufferer must be compensated by a tax burden which will fall upon all property, including that of the evil doers as members of the community. It is likewise calculated to stimulate the exertions of the indifferent and the law-abiding to avoid the falling of a burden which they must share with the lawless. In that it directly operates on and affects public opinion, it tends strongly to the upholding of the empire of the law.
Page 130 - He shall have power, when necessary, to call on every male inhabitant of the city over the age of 18 years, to aid in enforcing the laws and ordinances, and to call out the militia to aid in suppressing riots and other disorderly conduct, or carrying into effect any law or ordinance, subject to the authority of the governor as commander-inchief of the militia.
Page 99 - Title 10, particularly sections 332, 333 and 334 thereof, and section 301 of Title 3 of the United States Code, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. The Secretary of Defense is authorized and directed to take all appropriate steps to...
Page 99 - Into the active military service of the United States, as he may deem appropriate to carry out the purposes of this order, any or all of the units of the...
Page 288 - March, a statement which shall contain information with respect to its transactions, condition, operations, and affairs during the preceding year. Such statement shall contain such matters and information as are prescribed by the Commissioner and shall be in such form as is approved by him.