4 edition of An act to establish a seal, to be used as the great seal of this state. found in the catalog.
An act to establish a seal, to be used as the great seal of this state.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 19112.|
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1 Prohibited methods of killing seals. E+W+S (1) Subject to section 9(2) and section 10 of this Act, if any person— (a) uses for the purpose of killing or taking any seal any poisonous substance; or (b) uses for the purpose of killing, injuring or taking any seal any firearm other than a rifle using ammunition having a muzzle energy of not less than footpounds and a bullet weighing not. For the back side of the seal, Jefferson proposed an illustration of the heroic duo: Hengist and Horsa, 5th-century Saxon warriors from came to England as mercenaries to help the Briton tribe defend themselves against the rival tribes of the Picts and Scots. However, King George III also hired German mercenaries to wage war against the colonists, so this choice . (1) A company shall have a common seal or seals that shall state the company's name, engraved in legible characters. (2) Save as otherwise provided by this Act or by the constitution of the company— (a) a company's seal shall be used only by the authority of its directors, or of a committee of its directors authorised by its directors in.
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Get this from a library. An act to establish a seal, to be used as the great seal of this state. [New Hampshire.].
Pub. 91–, § 3, Jan. 5,84 Stat.provided that: The amendments made by this Act [amending this section] shall not make unlawful any preexisting use of the design of the great seal of the United States or of the seals of the President or Vice President of the United States that was lawful on the date of enactment of this Act.
A seal is a device for making an impression in wax, clay, paper, or some other medium, including an embossment on paper, and is also the impression thus original purpose was to authenticate a document, a wrapper for one such as a modern envelope, or the cover of a container or package holding valuables or other objects.
The Great Seal Act (1 Will & Mary c 21) is an Act of the Parliament of of section 1 of the Act is still in force in Great Britain. The Act was passed because the office of Lord Chancellor had been put in commission (that is, divided between several officers at the same time, instead of being held by a single individual).
Section 1 of the Act states that the Long title: An Act for enabling the. The Department of State acquired possession of the Great Seal through an Act of Congress on Septementitled, “An Act to provide for the safe keeping of the Acts, Records, and Seal of the United States, and for other purposes.”.
The seal of a state is representative of its history, origins, and ideals. It also functions as a designation that a legal or government document has been created or sanctioned under state authority.
The seals often serve as part of the letterhead of government leaders and agencies and appear on statute books, in courtrooms, and over the. The Legislative Assembly authorized the Great Seal on business cards for state employees. ( ) Disclaimer for the Great Seal of the State of North Dakota. The North Dakota Great Seal is the state's only symbol that is protected by state law (Section of the North Dakota Century Code).
The Great Seal of was devised by a committee consisting of Messrs. Morris, Jay and Hobart, and was to be used for all the purposes for which the Crown Seal was used under the Colony. The second form was the Arms and Seal complete, devised by Governor George Clinton and Chancellor Livingston in "An Act to Establish a Seal to be Used as THE Great Seal of This State.
Which was then Voted to be received and Accepted and accordingly hath since that time been used as the Great Seal of the State. But as doubts have Since arisen whether the Vote for establishing said Seal was Sufficiently Explicit, for removing Such doubts, Therefore. The Choctaw tribal seal was first formalized as an idea in the tribal constitution, signed at Skullyville.
But a special act of the Choctaw General Council at Doaksville on Oct. 24, led. Archeological evidence indicates the Native Americans and First Nations People in Canada have been hunting seals for at least 4, years. Traditionally, when an Inuit boy killed his first seal or caribou, a feast was meat was an important source of fat, protein, vitamin A, vitamin B 12 and iron, and the pelts were prized for their warmth.
The Inuit diet is rich in fish, whale, and. The Great Seal o the Unitit States is uised tae authenticate certain documents issued bi the Unitit States federal phrase is uised baith for the pheesical seal itsel (which is kept bi the Unitit States Secretary o State), an mair generally for the design impressed upon Great Seal wis first uised publicly in The obverse o the great seal is uised as the naitional coat.
By law, the Secretary of State is the custodian of the Great Seal, which is attached to official documents and certificates issued by the state. The original die and press for the State Seal – now more than years old – is still used by the Secretary of State to impress the seal on official state documents.
The one currently in use by the U.S. State Department is the official Great Seal, although it looks slightly different than the early dies. The actual design of the Great Seal is defined by its original written description, approved by Congress in The Secretary of State is the designated custodian of the Great Seal, and provides guidance on its use.
Only the reverse of the Great Seal (shown to the left) is used officially. Inhowever, the obverse was described in statute and has been considered part of the Seal (ChapterActs of ). Often, it adorns public buildings.
Digest of Federal Resource Laws of Interest to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fur Seal Act of Fur Seal Act of (16 U.S.C.P.L.November 2,80 Stat. ) as amended by P.L. Octo(97 Stat. ) and P.L.Novem ( Stat. ).This statute prohibited, except under specified conditions, the.
The Great Seal is used officially as decoration on military uniform buttons, on plaques, and above the entrances to U.S. embassies and consulates. Both the seal and the reverse, which is never used as a seal, appear on the one-dollar bill.
The Secretary of State is the official custodian of the Great Seal. Thirteen is an important number used. In Septemberthe first Great Seal die was cut and used to begin sealing the peace with England. (That die was the obverse, eagle side.
A die for the reverse, pyramid side has never been created.) For years now, the Great Seal of the United States has ratified international agreements of peace, cooperation, and trade.
The book also includes a glossary of heraldic terms used in the description of the Great Seal that is most helpful in understanding the many devices that make up the Seal. A special chapter is devoted to the United States in Bible Prophecy where Mr.
Capt quotes from chapters 18 42 43 and 49 of the book of Isaiah prophetic passages which he 5/5(7). A seal, in an East and Southeast Asian context is a general name for printing stamps and impressions thereof which are used in lieu of signatures in personal documents, office paperwork, contracts, art, or any item requiring acknowledgement or authorship.
In the western world they were traditionally known by traders as chop marks or simply process started in Hangul: 인감 or 도장 or 인장. The Great Seal was first used on the reverse of the $1 Silver Certificate in The Department of State is official keeper of the Seal.
Symbolically, the seal reflects the beliefs and values that the Founding Fathers attached to the new nation and wished to pass on to their descendants. List of 50 official state seals. Great seal for each state with symbols representing agriculture, commerce, history, culture, and philosophy.
Photos, descriptions, facts. The United States seal is sometimes officially known as the great seal. The Secretary of State has custody and charge of the official seal and makes out, records, and affixes the seal to all civil commissions for officers of the United States, who are appointed by the president alone, or by the president with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Note: This only applies to original works of the Federal Government and not to the work of any individual U.S. state, territory, commonwealth, county, municipality, or any other subdivision.
This template also does not apply to postage stamp designs published by the United States Postal Service since Author: U.S. Department of State. The Great Seal is used to seal 2, to 3, documents each year.
It identifies the authority and ensures the authenticity of the documents sealed by the United States Government. As such, it provides an apt analogy of the Bible Wheel as God's Divine Seal of Approval on the structure of the Bible, the fundamental founding document of the.
Great Seal might refer to the official seal of a political unit, such as: Great Seal of Vermont; Great Seal of the United States; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Great Seal.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. The Constitution: What Does it Say.
The Constitution of the United States contains a preamble and seven articles that describe the way the government is structured and how it first three articles establish the three branches of government and their powers: Legislative (Congress), Executive (office of the President,) and Judicial (Federal court.
COUNTY CODE, THE: Act of Aug. 9,P.L.No.under the great seal of this Commonwealth, to certify that fact accordingly, to the commissioners on or before the first day of October of the year succeeding the year in which the census was taken, which certificate shall be forwarded by the commissioners to the recorder of deeds.
The Great Seal of the United States. An Overview by John D. MacArthur On July 4,the same day America's thirteen separate states united to declare themselves an independent nation, the Continental Congress took the next step necessary to demonstrate this Independence.
The seal consists of the coat of arms, described below, with the words “Great Seal of the State of Wisconsin” centered above and a curved line of 13 stars, representing the 13 original United States, centered below, surrounded by an ornamental border.
A modified “lesser seal” serves as the seal of the secretary of state. State DOTs are “getting into the act” of placing no-seal test sites, ACPA says. “Many are simply omitting sealant from portions of a project,” it. Senator McCord introduced Senate Bill on March 8,to “establish and legalize the arms of the state of Indiana, and to provide for the use thereof on the public seals and for the purchase of a seal of state.”.
New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, Susan Stoker has a heart as big as the state of Texas where she lives, but this all American girl has also spent the last fourteen years living in Missouri, California, Colorado, and Indiana.
She's married to a retired Army man who now gets to follow her around the country. She debuted her first 5/5(1). In the lower right side of the seal is grazing cattle. To the left, on a mountainside, is a quartz mill with a miner with a pick and shovel. Above the drawing is the motto "Ditat Deus," meaning "God Enriches." The words "Great Seal of the State of Arizona" and the year of admission to the United States,is written around the seal.
The combination of blue and gold as official colors in California were first used as school colors by the University of California, Berkeley in Blue represented the sky and gold the color of the precious metal found by forty-niners in the state's hills.
The Secretary of State began using blue and gold ribbons with the state seal on. Summary: The Fur Seal Act of prohibited, except under specified conditions, the taking, including transportation, importing or possession, of fur seals and sea otters. Exceptions are authorized for Indians, Aleuts, and Eskimos who dwell on the coasts of the North Pacific Ocean, who are permitted to take fur seals and dispose of their skins.
The Great Seal of the United States is used to authenticate certain documents issued by the United States federal government.
The phrase is used both for the physical seal itself (which is kept by the United States Secretary of State), and more generally for the design impressed upon it.
The Great Seal was first used publicly in Seal definition is - any of numerous carnivorous marine mammals (families Phocidae and Otariidae) that live chiefly in cold regions and have limbs modified into webbed flippers adapted primarily to swimming; especially: a fur seal or hair seal as opposed to a sea lion.
How to use seal in a sentence. Thus, the Great Seal of the State of North Carolina was modified to show the date of the Resolves, Ap The General Assembly of (chapter ) adopted the words "Esse Quam Videri" as the State's motto and directed that these words with the date "20 May, ," be placed with our Coat of Arms upon the Great Seal of the State.
Seal of Kansas. The development of the Great Seal of Kansas and the Seal of Kansas came after much discussion. On MaGovernor Charles Robinson delivered the first state of the state address. Among his requests for the legislature was instruction to comply with the state constitutional requirement to develop a state seal.
HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows: Definitions. 1. In this Act, "action" includes any civil proceeding, inquiry, arbitration, and a prosecution for an offence committed against a statute of the province or against a by-law or regulation made under the authority of any such statute, and any other prosecution .Council’s seal can only be used following a resolution of Council.
However, not all documents created to implement decisions of Council require the affixing of a seal. This policy sets out the situations in which a seal is required, and how the seal is to be used.
2. Legislation LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT (“THE ACT”)File Size: 86KB.seal, shall be deemed prima facie evidence that any such instrument is the act of the corporation, that it was duly executed and signed by persons who were officers or agents of the corporation acting by authority duly given by the board of directors, and that the seal is the duly-adopted corporate sealFile Size: KB.