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Image from page 600 of “Charter and annual reports, 1859-1912” (1912)
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Title: Charter and annual reports, 1859-1912
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Eastern Townships Bank
Subjects: Eastern Townships Bank Banks and banking
Publisher: Sherbrooke, Que. : The Bank
Contributing Library: Scott – York University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

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ertson, G. G. Foster, K.C.F. N. McCrea, B. C. Howard, Charles W. Coll>y, Ph. D. At a subsequent meeting of the Board immediately heldMr. William Farwell was elected President, and Mr. S. H.C.Miner, Vice-President. EASTERN TOWNHIPS BANK. 487 Statement of Profit and Loss Account for the YearEnded 15th November, 1910. Balance at Credit of Profit and Loss broughtforward from November 15th, 1909 S148,841.43 Profit of Head Office and Branches after de-ducting charges of Management, Interestdue Depositors, and provision for losses.. 410,696.90 9,538.33 APPROPRIATED AS FOLLOWS : Dividend of 2 per cent, paid April 1st, 1910 §60,000.00Dividend of 2 per cent., paid July 2nd, 1910 (iO.OOO.OODividend of 2 percent, paid Oct. 1st, 1910 60,000.00Dividend of 2i per cent payable 3rd Jan. 1911 67,500.00 Transferred to Reserve Fund 150,000.00 BoniLs to Officers 15,000.00 Transferred to Officers Guarantee Fund.. . 2,000.00 414,500.00Balance carried forward 5,038.33 J. MACKINNON, General Manager.

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H. J. FULLERDirector 19IM9I2. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK HEAD OFFICE, SHERBROOKE, QUE. Capital Authorized, – – – ,000,000.00Capital Paid Up, – – – ,000,000.00Reserve Fund, – – ,400,000.00 DIRECTORS. WILLIAM FARWELL, ESQ., – President. GARDNER STEVENS, ESQ.. Vice-President. C. H. KATHAN, ESQ. J. S. MITCHELL, ESQ. A. C. FLUMERFELT, ESQ. O. A. ROBERTSON, ESQ.(iEO. i;. FOSTER, ESQ., K.C. F. N. McCREA, ESQ., M.P. B. C. HOWARD, ESQ. C W. COLBY, ESQ., Ph.D. H. J. FILLEIJ. ESQ. .]. MACKINNON, . . . . General Manaukr E. L. STEWART PATTERSON, – Assistant General Manager WM. SPIER, – Chief 1n.spector NEIL DINNING, Chief Accointant 1911 HRANXHES. QUEBEC: ACTON VALE AVERS CLIFF BEDFORD BEEBE BPXOEIL STATION BISHOPS CROSSING BLACK LAKE COATICOOK COOKSHIRE COWANSVILLE DANVILLE EASTMAN FARNHAM FRELIGHSBURG GRANBY hemmingford, huntingdon joliette knowlton lennoxville :magog m anson ville marbleton marieville meg antic MONTREAL (Centre)MONTREAL (East)MONTREAL (West)NORTH HATLEYORMSTOAVN E. R. Tanner

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Image from page 25 of “Annual report of the Police Commissioner for the City of Boston” (1906)
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Identifier: annualreportofpo1997bost
Title: Annual report of the Police Commissioner for the City of Boston
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Boston (Mass.). Office of the Police Commissioner
Subjects: Boston (Mass.). Office of the Police Commissioner
Publisher: Boston : The Office
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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231 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 ^^ Complaints Against Boston Officers m Complaints Against Department Civilian Employees/Outside Agencies The EIS is credited with having a decided impact on the reduction of complaints. Allegations Against Sworn Personnel Violations of. Rules and Procedures 44% / Offensive Language – Racial 1 % Other Miscellaneous Allegations 2% Violation of Rights 4%Neglect of Duty 4% > Violation ofCriminal Law 11%

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Offensive LanguageOther 13% Use of Force 21% ^I^J-M i.N-jjj.miuiia–^j[.i.N[.!.L^ Number of Complaints per SwornBoston Police Officer – 1997

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