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Identifier: annualreportofbo1908smitfo
Title: Yearly report associated with Board of Regents associated with the Smithsonian Institution
Year: 1846 (1840s)
Writers: Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents United States National Museum. Report for the U.S. National Museum Smithsonian Institution. Report of this Secretary
Subjects: Smithsonian Organization Smithsonian Organization. Archives Discoveries in science
Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution
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Fiu. 47.—Part of supposed nest of Pteropbryne magnified two times. After Mobius. Mobius, like their predecessors, thought that the eggs were those ofPterophryiie and, discovering that those who work in the ovary of just one he ex-amined were without filaments and smaller than those in the nest,postulated that probably they truly became provided with the polar fila-ments during passage through the oviducts. Sir John Murray, when you look at the Narrative associated with Voyage of H. M. S.Challenger (Vol. We, p. 13G), in addition let’s assume that the manufacturer was theAntennariid, declared your nest comprises branches of thegulf grass bound together in the shape of lengthy gluey gelatinous stringsformed by the fish for this function, and is filled up with eggs. Beide Ovarien munden in einen gemeinschaftlichen kurzen geriiumiirenEileiter, in welchem wahrscheinlich perish Substanz der Nestfiiden seceruirtwird. Op. cit,, p. 8. 614 ANNUAL EEPORT SMITHSONIAN ORGANIZATION, 1908. The spheroidal public of seaweed always been credited to thePterophryne because of the lat

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Identifier: annualreportofpu19152mass
Title: Annual report regarding the public-service Commission, and … annual report of this Board of Railroad Commissioners
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Massachusetts. Public-service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Annual report
Subjects: Massachusetts. Public-service Commission Public utilities
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
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12 Months. Class of Inventory andAuthorization. Par Value. Money re-ceived asConsider-ation forIssue. Common stock: authorizationsclosed before present year. 312,000 ,000 812,000 ,000 ,000 Capital Inventory — Concluded. Prices and Dates op Declaration op Dividends during 12 months (including Rate percent per year and Dates of Maturity interesting on Debenture inventory, if any). Amountof Dividends declaredduring 12 Months. Amountof Dividends paidduring 12 Months. Jan. 18, 1915, 6percent 0 00 0 00 Sundry Current Liabilities.Loans and Notes Payable. Name of Creditor or ofObligation. Character of Liability or ofTransactions included. Credit Balance at Close of the year. Whitin Machine Functions, ,000 00 1916. LINWOOD. 929 Depreciation, Road, Equipment and Miscellaneous Bodily Property. Balances at start of the year: accrued depreciation, roadway and gear, traveler and combination automobiles, decline Ways and frameworks, Balances at close of the year: accrued decline, road and gear, complete, CreditItems.

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,634 99 basics of Depreciation Charges.Five % on gear. Two and one-half percent on methods and structures. Profit and Loss Report. Item. Debits. Credits. Credit stability at beginning of fiscal duration, p. 927,Credit stability transferred from earnings account, p. 929, Dividend appropriations of excess, p. 929, Balance carried forward to stabilize sheet, p. 927, 0 007,698 88 ,344 4174 47 complete ,418 88 ,418 88 Dividends declared during 12 months. Title of Securityon which Dividend Speed Per Cent(Regular). Par Valueof Amounton whichDividend wasdeclared. Amount ofDividend. Date. WAS DECLARED. Declared. Payable. Typical stock, 6 ,000 0 00 January 18 at the same time. Earnings Statement for the 12 Months. Item. Amount appropriate toward Year. Comparison with Preceding Year(Enhance) Operating Income.Railway running costs, p. 930, ,228 8915,448 21 ,034 31*50 08* Taxes assignable to railway operations: 0 68651 51 4 23*35 68* Deductions from Gross Income.Interest on unfunded

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Identifier: annualreportofpu19142mass
Title: Yearly report of this Public Service Commission, as well as the … yearly report associated with the Board of Railroad Commissioners
12 Months: 1914 (1910s)
Writers: Massachusetts. Public-service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Annual report
Topics: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Public utilities
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
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,075 20 1915. BOSTON & LOWELL. 71 o-*-* o 00 «00050 •* c5 ootoeo o ■*TOTO o torH 9» »» i a © a-1 1 1 1 1 3 •a «: C! ■e ^.■^ « ago >i^ COi^ i>r «« aE> !0 Z O M S -SSi J^l 1111 1 <1 P5O h O !C H K M ^ C4 Pi !«! H g i . s . 2 S 3 P s H o a .-p -2|a • 3 35 – g H i^Sxi^ E-IOQOQM 72 RAILROAD RETURNS. [Jan. J^QO !>• oT•M M CO-^ 1-1 (M rH Ttr^ccroocDi-ri>roo t^ (M I am CO-^ .-H T-< i-H-^ i-H 05 . H pa a. 2 CO t; ^*^ f^ CO I I I I we I we I I I we I we we I I I I we we I I I I we I I we we I I I I I we I I I I I I I we we I I we I I I I I I I we we I I I

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1915.1 BOSTON & LOWELL. 73 Summary of Road and Equipment.Account. Investment to Summer 30, 1907: path gear, Investment since June 30, 1907, complete expense per mile of line (111.27 miles) Amount. S12,656,695 48 833,583 94 2,059,009 83 ,549,289 259,743 77 Income Statement. Income : Earnings from rent of road — page 76, .Income from unfunded securities and accounts (lender interest), .Release of premiums on funded debt, . 1877,660 89 370 565,981 87 revenues, ….. Deductions prom revenues: Interest deductions for funded financial obligation — web page 69, 4,352 007,710 48 4,013 32257,355 00 net gain, ….. Disposition of net gain: Dividend appropriations of earnings — page 74, Appropriations of income for additions and betterments, ….. 6,658 32622,062 48 of income and Income Balance utilized in CreditLoss, ……. ,595 84 profit-and-loss Statement. Account. Debits. Credits. Stability (at beginning of fiscal duration), Credit stability transferred from income account — web page

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