Image from page 814 of “Annual reports” (1870)

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Image from page 814 of “Annual reports” (1870)
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Identifier: annualreports1895newh
Title: Annual reports
Year: 1870 (1870s)
Authors: New Hampshire
Subjects: Attorneys general’s opinions
Publisher: [Concord, N.H? : s.n.]
Contributing Library: University of New Hampshire Library
Digitizing Sponsor: University of New Hampshire Library

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treet Railway Co., Rock- Burlington Electric Railway Co., Salt Lake City Railway Co., Utah, 6s.Lima Electric Railway Co., Ohio, 6s. STOCKS Bank.United States National, Portland, Or. ,000.002,500.00 20,000.004,000.00 24,500.004,000.00 ,000.00 ,000.002,500.00 20,000.004,000.00 24,500.004,000.00 ,000.002,500.00 20,000.004,000.00 24,500.00 4,000.00 Miscellaneous. ,000.00 ,000.00 Wolfeborough Loan & Banking Co… ,100.00 ,000.00 ,000.00 BANK COMMISSIONERS REPORT. 335 E. H. ROLLINS & SONS.—CONCORD. E. W. Rollins, President. J. S. Pishon, Treasurer. Directors—E. W. Rollins, F. W. Rollins, Montgomery Rollins,H. H. Dudley, L. H. Carroll, J. Frank Seavey, George A.Batchelder, J. S. Pishon, George H. Taylor. STATEMENT. Liabilities. Capital stock Surplus Undivided profits.. .Debentures issued…Debentures on hand. Debentures outstanding Contingent profits , Deposits awaiting investment Due banks and bankers Bills payable , Debenture bond interest Ledger credits

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0,000.00160,000.0033,472.33 118,800.0041,177.3132,269.0810,312.511,184,850.005,443.8221,357.03 ,907,682.08 Assets. Market ValueJune 26,1895. Par Value. Value onbooks. Loans secured by Western firstmortgages (in hands of trustees).. Loans secured by Western firstmortgages Loans on personal security (local)… Loans on collateral security (local).. Bonds Stocks Warrants Due from banks and bankers Real estate acquired by foreclosure. Due from Western offices Furniture and fixtures Due from sundry accounts Debenture bonds awaiting cancella-tion Commission account (debentures)… Interest accrued Cash on deposit Cash on hand 1,134.50 70,278.12 767.25 49,078.57 1,157,744.28 214,466.37 690.97 6,934.38 42,284.55 50,024.02 3,166.00 39,944.98 54,700.008,387.7913,559.1650,471.184,049.96 ,907,682.08 1,134.50 70,278.12 767.25 49,078.57 1,157,744.28 214,466.37 690.97 6,934.38 42,284.55 50,024.02 3,166.00 39,944.98 54,700.008,387.7913,559.1650,471.184,049.96 ,907,682.08 1,134.50 70

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Image from page 470 of “Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the … session of the Legislature of the State of California” (1853)
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Identifier: appendixtojourna19053cali
Title: Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the … session of the Legislature of the State of California
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Authors: California. Legislature
Subjects: Legislative journals
Publisher: Sacramento : State Printing
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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e Insurance and Trust American Credit Indemnity.. Ocean Accident and Guarantee Bankers Life Association Decimal Mutual Life Fidelity Mutual Aid Pacific Coast Casualty Total ,670 736,716 6020 0075 0020 0030 00 131 0620 0020 00 1,345 681,433 2820 0020 0065 0020 0020 0020 00 20 00 903 32 30 00 40 00 20 00 522 56 263 79 30 00 132 9130 00 30 0020 001,166 3420 0050 00 918 6120 0020 0020 0020 00 20 0035 0020 0020 0020 0020 0020 0020 0035 00 ,134 88 I certify the foregoing to be a full, true, and correct statement of thereceipts of the Insurance Department of the State of California for theyear nineteen hundred and two. M. M. RHORER,Deputy Insurance Commissioner. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 29th day of July, A. D. 1903. [notarial SEAL.] JAMES L. KING, Notary Public in and for the City and Countyof San Francisco, State of California. THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER STATE OF CALIFORNIA YEAR ENDING DECEMBER131, 1903 E. MYRON WOLF, Insurance Commissioner

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SACRAMENTO:w. w. SHANNON, : : : : superintendent state printing. 1905. THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT INSURANCE COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA Insurance Department, San Francisco, August 1, 1904.To His Excellency, George C. Pardee, Governor of the State of California:Sir: In compliance with the provisions of Section 595 of the Polit-ical Code, I submit herewith the thirty-sixth Annual Report of theInsurance Department of the State of California, showing the con-dition of insurance business in this State for the year ending December31, 1903. The total number of companies authorized to transact insurancebusiness in the State during the said year was 212. Of these, 133were fire and marine companies; thirty-three legal reserve life insur-iince companies; three assessment life, health, and accident insurancecompanies; thirty-three miscellaneous companies, and ten county firemutuals. Of the 133 fire and marine insurance companies, eighty-four transactonly fire business; thirty-three do

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Image from page 1695 of “Mayor’s message and reports of the city officers” (1886)
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Identifier: mayorsmessage1885balt
Title: Mayor’s message and reports of the city officers
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Baltimore (Md.). Mayor
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Publisher: Baltimore
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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it willlessen crime, decrease taxes and advance civilization. For thatsystem is safest and best which begins with the children and laysthe foundation of the republics manhood and womanhood inpurity, wisdom and strength. In concluding my report 1 desire gratefully to acknowledge thehearty support of yourself and the individual members of the Board.A desire to promote the best interests of the schools seems to bethe motive power prompting the performance of every duty. To the teachers I extend my warmest thanks not only for theirsympathy and encouragement in the discharge of my duties, butfor the hearty manner in which they have carried out the changescaused by the revision of the classes and the course of study.They have hurried rather than retarded the work and it is withmuch pleasure that I commend them as a body of faithful edu-cational workers. We can do ourselves no greater credit thanby honoring the teachers of our children.Respectfully, JOHN E. McCAHAN, Assistant Superintendent.

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Baltimore City College, Howard Street, opposite Centre. REPORT OF THE principal of Baltimore (Stj College, Baltimore City College, December 31, 1885. To the Board of Coimnissioiiers of Public Schools : Gentlemen: I herewith present to your honorable body the Forty-seventhAnnual Report of the Baltimore City College. In discharging this duty, it is gratifying to be able to assureyou, that no previous year of its history has furnished more satis-factory evidences of its usefulness in accomplishing the objectsfor which it was founded: no one has been more prolific in proofsof its continued, nay more, of its increasing appreciation by ourfellow citizens. The thirty-fifth annual commencement of the institution wascelebrated at Fords Grand Opera House, on the evening of Wed-nesday, June 24, and was as usual, an event of much interest toall concerned. The exercises of the occasion were introduced with an appropri-ate prayer by Rev. Maurice E- Wilson, pastor of WestminsterPresbyterian Church.

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