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Title: Annual report of the Town of Andover
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Andover (Mass.)
Subjects: Finance, Public–Massachusetts–Andover Andover (Mass.)–Appropriations and expenditures
Publisher: The Town
Contributing Library: Memorial Hall Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners

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Tax 2001 60 Sprinkling 1453 74 Massachusetts Highway Commission 2000 00 County Commission 2000 00 Credits (various accounts) 1333 83 Transferred from Snow 385 00 S36195 92 Expenditure— Maintenance Highways 711 51 Construction Highway 19000 55 Drains 1388 98 Oiling 1068 46 Balance, Jan. 1, 1916 26 42 S36195 92 S36195 92 SIDEWALKS Sidewalks Appropriation, March 1, 1915 S2000 00 Credits 466 67 Expenditures S2410 59 Balance, Jan. 1, 1916 56 08 S2466 67 S2466 67 Snow Appropriation, March 1, 1915 Expenditure Balance S1497 212 79 S1500 00 55 S1500 00 S1500 00 Park Department Appropriation, March 1, 1915 Expenditure Balance, Jan. 1, 1916 00 00 79 23220 77 00 00 00 00 Hoveys Water Extension Appropriation, March 1, 1915 00 00 Expenditure 92 03 Balance 7 97 00 00 00 00 New Barn Appropriation, March 1, 1915 00 00 Expenditure 76 28 Balance, Jan. 1, 1916 23 72 00 00 00 00 FRANK L. COLE, Supt. 36 TOWN OF ANDOVER ANNUAL REPORT OF THE Receipts and Expenditures

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FOR THE FISCAL TEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1916 ANDOVER, MASS. THE ANDOVER PRESS1917 CONTENTS Almshouse Expenses Personal Property atRelief out ofRepairs on Superintendents ReportAiding Mothers Animal Inspector Appropriations, 1916 Art Gallery Assessors Report Assets Auditors Report Board of Health 64 6868666967 85 15 1449193 100 42, 72 Board of Public Works Appendix Sewer Sinking Funds 60 Water Sinking Funds 60 Bonds, Redemption of 59 Brush Fires 39 Building Laws, Report on Appendix Collectors Account 91 Cornell Fund 86 County Tax 53 Dog Tax 53 Dump, Care of 50 Fire Department 36, 77 Fire Alarm Box 38 Finance Committee 101 G. A. R. Post, 99 52 Hay Scales 50 Insurance 51 Interest on Notes and Funds 56 Liabilities 93 Memorial Day 52 Memorial Hall 52, 118 Librarians Report 123 Miscellaneous 61 Moth Superintendents Report 82 Moth Suppression 44 New High School 33 Notes Given 54 Notes Paid 55 Overseers of the Poor 63 Police 40 ,79 Printing and Stationery 43 Punchard Free School,of Trustees Re

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Identifier: annualreportofba1918mass
Title: Annual report of the Bank Commissioner for the year ..
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Massachusetts. Bank Commissioners
Subjects: Banks and banking Banks and banking, Cooperative Mortgage banks
Publisher: Boston : [The Commissioner]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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ng fixed by the by-laws ….. Second Monday in November. Dates of Examination, October 29-31 inclusive. 342 REPORT OF THE [Pub. Doc. INDUSTRIAL CREDIT UNION, BOSTON. 264 BOYLSTON STREET. Incorporated November 23, 1910. Began business December 7, 1910. Caroline L. Humphrey, President. Charlotte A. Perkins, Treasurer. Charlotte A. Perkins, Clerk of Corporation. Board of Directors: Marie B. Griggs, Caroline L. Humphrey, Charlotte L. Perkins, AugustineL. Rafter, Charles F. Rowley, Mabel W. Whidden, Renton Whidden. Credit Committee: Mabel F. Champlin, Florence R. King, W. H. Galvin, G. W. Ransom, AnmaF. Waterbury. Supervisory Committee: W. A. Hawkins, Helen Peirce, Daisy B. Treen. BALANCE SHEET, OCTOBER 31, 1918. Loans Expense account Cash Securities owned Interest on deposits Suspense account ,730 38 654 19 2,205 33 10,058 17 28 31 7 46 Liabilities Sliares Deposits Publicity fund Guarantee fimd . Dividends payable Earnings . Surplus Interest paid in advance Interest accrued on deposits

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,683 84 Receipts and Disbursements during the Year ending October 31, 1918. Receipts. Deposits Repaid loans Entrance fees Earnings (net) Accrued interest on securities (net) Cash on hand Oct. 31, 1917 ,288 10 818 47 22,514 71 50 50 2,017 72 16 66 2,810 43 ,516 59 Disbursements.Shares ….Deposits ….Loans …. Expenses (net) .Interest paid in advance (net)Securities ….Surplus ….Interest on deposits (net)MiscellaneousCash on hand Oct. 31, 1918 ,426 29 829 21 22,014 37 654 19 349 41 2,074 59 926 42 28 31 8 47 2,205 33 ,516 69 Miscellaneous. Maximum number of shares which may be held by any one member . 80.Maximum amount of deposits which any one member may make . 0.Maximum amount which may be loaned to any one member . . 0. Maximum rate of interest which may be charged for loans . . 12%. Amount of entrance fee, fixed by the by-laws 50 cents. What fine is charged upon payments in arrears . . . .2 cents on each dollar in ar- rears.What fee is charged for transfer o

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Title: Annual report of the Insurance Commissioner of the State of North Carolina, for the year ending ..
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: North Carolina. Department of Insurance
Subjects: Insurance
Publisher: Raleigh, N.C. : [Dept. of Insurance]
Contributing Library: State Library of North Carolina
Digitizing Sponsor: North Carolina Digital Heritage Center

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nies. LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER FUNDS. Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force on the 31st dayof December, 1910, as computed by the company on the followingtables of mortality and rates of interest, viz.: American Experience Table at ZYi per cent on all business $ 84, 994.00 Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in other solvent companies 1,135.00 Net reserve % 83,859.00 Clams for 8eath losses which have been reported and no proofs received $ 5,000.00 Total policy claims 5,000.00 Unearned interest and rent paid in advance 240.00 Commissions to agents, due or accrued. 271.96 Salaries, rents, office expenses, bills and accounts due or accrued 479.18 Medical examiners fees and legal fees due or accrued 114.00 State, county and municipal taxes due or accrued 1,214.43 Reserve, special or surplus funds not included above 983.75 Capital stock 137,200.00 Unassigned funds (surpus). 36,246.25 Total liabilities.. $ 265, 608.57 I Life Insurance Companies. 167

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168 Life Insubance Companies. BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA DURING 1910. Number. Amount. Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 31 of previous year : 1 $ 5,000.00 Policies on the l.ves of citizens of said State issued during the year 1 10,000.00 Total 2 $ 15,000.00 Policies in force December 31, 1911 2 15,000.00 Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduction for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses 741.75 RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Incorporated March 31, 1903. Commenced Business May 4, 1903. * Jas. H. Reed, President.H. G. Scott, Secretary. J. W. Flemming, Treasurer. Home Office, Fifth Avenue and Wood Street, Pittsburg, Pa. CAPITAL STOCK.Amount of capital paid up in cash, ,000,000. Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of previous year $ 2, 816, 789. 74 INCOME. First years premiums on original policies, without deduction for com-missions or other expenses, less ,736.05 for first years re-ins

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