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Capitals of The States
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State and Capital       Ent'd Union
Alabama-Montgomery.....Dec. 14. 1819
Arizona-Phoenix........Feb. 14. 1912
Arkansas-Little Rock...June 15, 1836
California-Sacramento..Sept. 9. 1850
Colorado-Denver ........Aug. 1, 1876
Connecticut-Hartford....Jan. 9, 1788
Delaware-Dover..........Dec. 7, 1787
Dist. of Columbia-Washington...July 16, 1790
Florida-Tallahassee.....Mar. 3, 1845
Georgia-Atlanta.........Jan. 2, 1788
Idaho-Boise.............July 3, 1890
Illinois-Springfield....Dec. 3, 1818
Indiana-Indianapolis....Dec. 11, 1816
Iowa-Des Moines.........Dec. 28, 1846
Kansas-Topeka...........Jan. 29, 1861
Kentucky-Frankfort......June  1, 1792
Louisiana-Baton Rouge...Apr. 30, 1812
Maine-Augusta...........Mar. 15, 1820
Maryland-Annapolis......Apr. 28, 1788
Massachusetts-Boston....Feb.  6, 1788
Michigan-Lansing........Jan. 26, 1837
Minnesota-St. Paul......May  11, 1858
Mississippi-Jackson.....Dec. 10, 1817
Missouri-Jefferson City..Aug. 10, 1821
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State and Capital       Ent'd Union
Montana-Helena..........Nov.  8, 1889
Nebraska-Lincoln........Mar.  1, 1867
Nevada-Carson City......Oct. 31, 1864
New Hampshire-Concord...June 21, 1788
New Jersey-Trenton......Dec. 18, 1787
New Mexico-Santa Fe.....Jan.  6, 1912
New York-Albany.........July 26, 1788
North Carolina-Raleigh...Nov. 21, 1789
North Dakota-Bismarck....Nov.  2, 1889
Ohio-Columbus............Feb. 19, 1803
Oklahoma-Oklahoma City...Nov. 16, 1907
Oregon-Salem.............Feb. 14, 1859
Pennsylvania-Harrisburg..Dec. 12, 1787
Rhode Island-Providence..May  29, 1790
South Carolina-Columbia..May  23, 1788
South Dakota-Pierre......Nov.  2, 1889
Tennessee-Nashville......June  1, 1796
Texas-Austin.............Dec. 29, 1845
Utah-Salt Lake City......Jan.  4, 1896
Vermont-Montpelier.......Mar.  4, 1791
Virginia-Richmond........June 26, 1788
Washington-Olympia.......Nov. 11, 1889
West Virginia-Charleston.June 20, 1863
Wisconsin-Madison........May 29, 1848
Wyoming-Cheyenne.........July 11, 1890
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Business Laws
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Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents within the actual or apparent scope of given authority. Individual partners are each individually liable for the whole of firm obligations. The acts of any or all partners within the scope of firm business measure is the firm obligations.
The word "limited" in connection with firm names indicates a limitation of the usual liability.
Laws vary in the different states concerning contracts made on Sunday and only certain transactions are voidable.
Contracts concerning land must be in writing. A contract with a minor or lunatic is generally void.
A promise in an agreement, to be enforced, requires consideration. Consideration is something given or promised in exchange for the promise which is being enforced. An act or promise which is illegal will not constitute a valid consideration.
Notes bear interest only after maturity, unless otherwise stated. Demand notes are payable when presented, without grace, and bear legal interest after demand.
The fact that a note is lost or stolen does not cancel the obligation. The maker, however, may demand a bond for his protection before making payment.
An endorsement "without recourse" merely releases the endorser from the guaranty of payment usually imposed upon him. He still warrants the note to be genuine and his right to endorse. 
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An instrument is not invalid for the reason only that it is ante-dated or post-dated, provided this is not done for any illegal or fraudulent purpose. If a note is materially altered by the holder, it becomes void but it does not avoid liability as to all parties.
The words "value received" are not necessary in a note.
The endorsers of a negotiable instrument are liable only after due notice of dishonor. An instrument is dishonored if not paid upon presentment to the maker when due. Prompt notice of dishonor must be given the endorsers. Generally stated, the notice of dishonor must be given actually or mailed within 24 hours. Notice of protest (presentment and non-payment) may be sent either to the place of business or residence of the party notified. If a letter containing notice of protest or dishonor be properly mailed, it is sufficient notice even though it miscarries.
Signatures with a lead pencil are good in law, but inadvisable. While a receipt for money is not conclusive of its payment, it requires clear evidence to rebut same.
In the hands of a holder in due course, a note fraudulently obtained, may or may not be a defense of the instrument.
When contracts are reduced to writing, understandings cannot be shown which are not in the writing.
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Points of Constitutional Laws
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Congress must meet at least once a year.
Congress may admit as many new States as desired.
One State cannot undo the act of another.
By the constitution, every citizen is guaranteed a speedy trial by jury.
A power which is vested in Congress alone cannot be exercised by a State.
One State must respect the legal decisions and laws of another.
Congress cannot pass a law to punish for a crime already committed.
A person who commits a felony in one State cannot find refuge in another.
Bills for revenue can originate only in the House of Representatives, but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments.
Treaties with foreign powers are made by the President and ratified by the Senate.
The territories each have a delegate to Congress who is allowed the privilege of debate, but not the right to vote.
The Vice-President, who ex-officio presides over the Senate, has no vote in that body except in the case of a tie ballot.
If the President holds a bill longer than ten days while Congress is in session it becomes a law without his signature.
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An act of Congress cannot become a law over the President's veto except on a two-thirds vote of both Houses.
The House of Representatives may impeach the President for any crime, but the Senate has the sole power to try all impeachments.
An officer of the United States Government is not permitted to accept any title of nobility, order of honor, except with the permission of Congress.
Amendments to the Constitution of the United States require a two-thirds vote of each House of Congress, and must be ratified by at least three-fourths of the States.
The President of the United States must be at least 35 years of age; a Senator, 30; a Congressman, 25. The President must have been a resident within the United States fourteen years.
A naturalized citizen is not eligible to the office of President of the United States. A male child born in a foreign land to American parents has an equal chance to become the President with one born on American soil.
The United States shall guarantee to every State a republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion, and on application of the Legislature or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic trouble.
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United States Broadcasting Stations
Arranged Alphabetically by Call Letters
- 500 Watts Power And Over -
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Call Letters | Location | Kilocycles
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KALE | Portland, Ore... | 1300
KDFN | Casper, Wyo.... | 1440
KDKA | Pittsburgh, Pa... | 980
KDYL | Salt Lake City, U. | 1290
KECA | Los Angeles, Cal.. | 1430
KELW | Burbank, Cal.. | 780
KEX  | Portland, Ore.... | 1180
KFAB | Lincoln, Neb.... | 770
KFAC | Los Angeles, Cal.. | 1300
KFBB | Great Falls, Mont. | 1280 
KFBI | Abiline, Kans... | 1050
KFDM | Beaumont, Tex... | 560 
KFDY | Brookings, S.D.. | 550
KFEL | Denver, Colo.... | 920
KFEQ | St. Joseph, Mo... | 680
KFH  | Wichita, Kan... | 1300
KFI  | Los Angeles, Cal. | 640
KFJR | Portland, Ore.... | 1300
KFKA | Greeley, Colo.... | 880 
KFKU | Lawrence, Kans.. | 1220
KFNF | Shenandoah, Ia... | 890
KFOX | Long Beach, Cal.. | 1250 
KFPY | Spokane, Wash.. | 1340
KFRC | San Francisco, Cal. | 610
KFRU | Columbia, Mo.. | 630
KFSD | San Diego, Cal... | 600
KFSG | Los Angeles, Cal.. | 1120
KFUO | Clayton, Mo..... | 550
KFWB | Hollywood, Cal... | 950
KFXF | Denver, Colo.... | 920
KFYR | Bismark, N.D.. | 550
KGA  | Spokane, Wash.... | 1470
KGB  | San Diego, Cal... | 1330
KGBU | Ketchikan, Alaska | 900
KGBZ | York, Neb...... | 930
KGER | Long Beach, Cal.. | 1360
KGGF | S. Coffeyville, Okla | 1010
KGHL | Billings, Mont... | 950
KGIR | Butte, Mont..... | 1360
KGNF | North Platt, Neb.. | 1430
KGO  | San Francisco, Cal. | 790
KGRS | Amarillo, Tex... | 1410
KGU  | Honolulu, Hawaii. | 750
KGW  | Portland, Ore.... | 620
KHJ  | Los Angeles, Calif. | 900
KHQ  | Spokane, Wash... | 590
KIDO | Boise, Idaho.... | 1350
KJR  | Seattle, Wash.... | 970
KLO  | Ogden, Utah.... | 1400
KLRA | Little Rock, Ark. | 1390
KLX  | Oakland, Cal..... | 880
KLZ  | Denver, Colo.... | 560
KMA  | Shenandoah, Iowa | 930 
KMBC | Kansas City, Mo. | 950
KMJ  | Fresno, Cal..... | 580
KMMJ | Clay Center, Neb. | 740
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Call Letters | Location | Kilocycles
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KMOX | St. Louis, Mo... | 1090
KMPC | Beverly Hills, Cal. | 710
KMTR | Los Angeles, Cal.. | 570
KNX  | Los Angeles, Cal.. | 1050
KOA  | Denver, Colo.... | 830
KOAC | Corvallis, Oreg... | 550
KOB  | Albuquerque, N.M. | 1180
KOH  | Reno, Nevada... | 1380
KOIL | Council Bluffs, Ia. | 1260
KOIN | Portland, Ore.... | 940
KOL  | Seattle, Wash... | 1270
KOMA | Okla. City, Okla.. | 1480
KOMO | Seattle, Wash... | 920
KOY  | Phoenix, Ariz.... | 1390
KPO  | San Francisco, Cal. | 680
KPOF | Denver, Colo.... | 880
KPRC | Houston, Texas.. | 920
KQV  | Pittsburgh, Pa... | 1380
KQW  | San Jose, Cal.... | 1010
KRGV | Harlingen, Texas. | 1260
KRKD | Los Angeles, Cal.. | 1120
KRLD | Dallas, Tex..... | 1040
KROW | Oakland, Cal.... | 930
KSAC | Manhattan, Kans. | 580
KSCJ | Sioux City, Iowa. | 1330
KSD  | St. Louis, Mo.... | 550
KSL  | Salt Lake City, U. | 1130
KSOO | Sioux Falls, S.D. | 1110
KSTP | St. Paul, Minn... | 1460
KTAB | San Francisco, Cal. | 560
KTAR | Phoenix, Ariz.... | 620
KTAT | Ft. Worth, Tex... | 1240
KTBS | Shreveport, La... | 1450
KTFI | Twin Falls, Idaho. | 1240
KTHS | Hot Springs, Ark. | 1040
KTM  | Los Angeles, Cal. | 780
KTRH | Houston, Tex.... | 1120 
KTSA | San Antonio, Tex. | 1290
KTW  | Seattle, Wash... | 1220
KUOA | Fayetteville, Ark. | 1260
KUSD | Vermilion, S.D... | 890
KVI  | Tacoma, Wash... | 570
KVOA | Tucson, Ariz.... | 1260
KVOO | Tulsa, Okla.... | 1140
KVOR | Colo., Spgs., Colo. | 1270
KWJJ | Portland, Ore.... | 1060
KWK  | St. Louis, Mo... | 1350
KWKH | Shreveport, La... | 850
KWSC | Pullman, Wash... | 1220
KWWG | Brownsville, Tex. | 1260
KXA  | Seattle, Wash.... | 760
KYA  | San Francisco, Cal. | 1230
KYW  | Chicago, Ill..... | 1020
WAAB | Boston, Mass... | 1410
WAAF | Chicago, Ill..... | 920
WAAM | Newark, N.J.... | 1250
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Call Letters | Location | Kilocycles
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WAAT | Jersey City, N.J. | 940
WAAW | Omaha, Neb..... | 660
WABC | New York, N.Y.. | 860
WADC | Tallmadge, Ohio.. | 1320
WAIU | Columbus, O.... | 640
WAPI | Birmingham, Ala. | 1140
WARD | Brooklyn, N.W.. | 1400
WASH | Gr'd Rapids, Mich. | 1270
WAVE | Hopkinsville, Ky.. | 940
WBAA | W. Lafayette, Inc. | 1400
WBAK | Harrisburg, Pa... | 1430
WBAL | Baltimore, Md... | 1060
WBAP | Fort Worth, Tex. | 800
WBBC | Brooklyn, N.Y. | 1400
WBBM | Chicago, Ill..... | 770
WBBR | Brooklyn, N.Y... | 1300
WBCM | Bay City, Mich.. | 1410
WBEN | Buffalo, N.Y..... | 900
WBIG | Greensboro, N.C. | 1440
WBOQ | New York, N.Y... | 860
WBRC | Birmingham, Ala. | 930
WBSO | Needham, Mass.. | 920
WBT  | Charlotte, N.C.. | 1080
WBZ  | Boston, Mass... | 990
WBZA | Boston, Mass... | 990
WCAD | Canton, N.Y.... | 1220
WCAE | Pittsburgh, Pa... | 1220 
WCAH | Columbus, Ohio.. | 1430
WCAL | Northfield, Minn.. | 1250
WCAM | Camden, N.J... | 1280
WCAP | Asbury Park, N.J. | 1280
WCAU | Philadelphia, Pa.. | 1170
WCBD | Zion, Ill....... | 1080
WCCO | Minneapolis, Minn. | 810
WCFL | Chicago, Ill..... | 970
WCKY | Covington, Ky... | 1490
WCOA | Pensacola, Fla... | 1340
WCOC | Meridian, Miss.. | 880
WCSC | Charleston, S.C... | 1360
WCSH | Portland, Me... | 940
WNAD | Norman, Okla... | 1010
WNAX | Yankton, S.D... | 570
WNBR | Memphis, Tenn... | 1430
WHB  | Kansas City, Mo.. | 860
WHBL | Sheboygan, Wis.. | 1410
WHDH | Boston, Mass... | 830
WHEC | Rochester, N.Y.. | 1440
WHK  | Cleveland, O.... | 1390
WHO  | Des Moines, Iowa. | 1000
WHP  | Harrisburg, Pa... | 1430
WIBA | Madison, Wis.... | 1280
WIBW | Topeka, Kan.... | 580
WICC | Bridgeport, Conn. | 600
WIND | Gary, Ind....... | 560
WINS | New York, N.Y.. | 1180
WIOD | Miami, Fla..... |  1300
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