From: "Richard Henry"
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Subject: Re: Papers [How did we get here from 100R ?]
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Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 00:35:11 GMT
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"Jim Thompson" wrote in message
> On Sun, 22 Dec 2002 20:18:46 GMT,
> "Richard Henry" ,
> In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
> Article: ,
> Entitled: "Re: Papers [How did we get here from 100R ?]",
> Wrote the following:
> |It appears Spehro has already answered you in a related sub-thread.
> |I will repeat here in the interests of thoroughness and in continuing
> |opposition to ignorance:
> |Title 18, Part I, Chapter 83, Section 1725
> |Sec. 1725. - Postage unpaid on deposited mail matter
> |Whoever knowingly and willfully deposits any mailable matter such as
> |statements of accounts, circulars, sale bills, or other like matter,
> |on which no postage has been paid, in any letter box established,
> |approved, or accepted by the Postal Service for the receipt or
> |delivery of mail matter on any mail route with intent to avoid payment
> |of lawful postage thereon, shall for each such offense be fined under
> |this title
> |By the way, I first learned this when I delivered newspapers many years
> |One of the rules was "Never put the paper in a mailbox."
> Yep. In the semi-rural areas in West Virginia where I passed papers
> there was usually a separate "tube" mounted on the post below the
> mailbox for newspapers.
I usually had to put them inside the screen/storm door. For this I got
about 3 cents/paper/day. But I was working.