(j) After once paying a money-order, by whomsoever presented, the Post-Office is not liable to any further claim.
And with this he opened the door, taking hurriedly from her hand the letter and the money-order.
(m) No money-order business is transacted at any post-office on Sundays.
Boheme is not down on the map, because it is not a money-order post-office.
One should not, of course, hand in telegrams to the money-order department.
In 1792 a money-order office was set on foot for the first time.
(b) The amount of any one money-order cannot exceed 10l., nor less than 1d.
There is a desk for the money-order clerk, and drawers in which postage-stamps are kept.
(c) Applications for a money-order should always be made in writing.
Remit by money-order, draft on New York, or registered letter, at our risk.