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Image from page 354 of “Mayor’s message and reports of town officers” (1918)
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Identifier: mayorsmessage19162balt
Title: Mayor’s message and reports for the town officials
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Writers: Baltimore (Md.). Mayor
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Publisher: Baltimore
Adding Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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lt;i;azines, legislative bills ofother shows, newsprint clippings, duplicate copies of someof the greater amount of important i)amphlets and papers, articlesclipped from publications, also a conqtlete tile of thebills during the last five sessions for the Maryland Legislature. The total ex])endi1ures of Department when it comes to year linOwere |3,8-t0. The otbcials of this town and State are many cour-teous in furnishing the division with reports, informa-tion, etc., when therefore requested, and I also want to simply take this occa- DIVISION OF LEGISLATIVE GUIDE. 9 siou Jigaiu l<» offer my liejirt.v tliaiiks^for their important co-operation and assistance. I also desire to simply take this celebration once again to coniiiiend tlieindustrious and efficient work of my assistants, Misses EllaS. Hitchcock and Nellie W.Mewshaw. Very respectfully posted, Horace E. Flack,EwGCutive. FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT Board of Park Commissioners Mayor and City Council of Baltimore FOR THE FISCAL SEASON ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1916

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baltimore King Brothers city printer 1917 Report of Board of Park Commissioners Baltimore, March 15, 1917. To flic Manor and City Council of Balliiiiore,Haiti much more. Mil. (tExtle.men: We .siil)iiiit these report of the Departiiieut forthe year 1910: The Park Tax receipts, Avliich it had been expected in makingiil» the bndget for year 191() would anioimt to .|640,300.00,did maybe not reach thai figure, the total amount amassed becoming |625,-431.51. The disbursements for many reasons excepting park exten-sion made during 12 months amounted to |(»10,905.26, and thisDepartment had to its credit during the close of the year |59,-Nol.74, from which bills sustained throughout the 12 months, butunpaid because unpresented, amounting to |30,732.65, wereto be compensated. The Board will pay from the receipts certain annual fixedcharges comprising surface rents on playground residential property amount-ing annually to |(>,820.12, and of sinking-fund requirementsand interest on town stock, the profits of which Avere usedfor areas,

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Image from web page 6 of “Sessional documents associated with Dominion of Canada 1905” (1905)
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Title: Sessional papers of Dominion of Canada 1905
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Writers: Canada. Parliament
Subjects: Canada — Politics and federal government 1867- Periodicals
Publisher: [Ottawa : s.n.
Adding Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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19 .54 Grantexceeded. $ cts. 2,682 47 95 43 2,777 90 (il .58 7 0338 22 106 83 INDIAN TRUST FUND 16d SESSIONAL PAPER No. 27 INDIAN TRUST FUND. Return C showing deals regarding the the Fund during 12 months ended June 30, 1904. Service. Balance, June 30, 1903. Range.s on land product sales ; timber and rock dues ; rents, fines and costs. Interest for jear ended June 30, 1904, on above balance Legislative funds to augment the funds Outstanding cheques for 1901-02 Expenditure during the 12 months 1903-04., , Balance, Summer 30, 1904 Debit. Credit. S cts. 322,227 614,47(3,907 81 $ cts. ,408,912 57 182,580 83 176,926 89 30,706 06 9 07 4,799,135 42 4,799,135 42 For additional information on the above expenditure through the Indian Trust Fund additionally the Consoliuated Fund,see role J associated with Auditor Generals Report. 27—ii—12

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VOLUME XXXTX ^ ^f» 5 Edw. Vir. Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. A. 1905 itsrSee additionally Numerical record, web page 5. Ai^PHABETICAL INDEX OF THE SESSIONAL PAPERS OF PARLIAMENT OF CANADA FIRST SESSION. TENTH PARLIAMENT, 190 5. A Adulteration of Food Agriculture, Annual Rejiort Agriculture Conunittee Alberta Postal company Aliens, job of . Aluminum Anthracite Coal Arbitration-Intercolonial vs. (t.T.R. Archives, Canadian Auditor Genei-al, Annual Report .. . .Autonomy in North-west R Bait Freezers Banks, Chartered Banks, Unpaid Balances in Benrier, J. P Blair, Hon. A. G Bonds and Securities department Royal Mint British Canadian Loan and Investment Co. Cables regarding the Empire Canada-Cape Breton Accident 6. Canada Eastern Railway Canadian Cattle Canadian Loan and Investment Co Canadian Pacific Railway :— Business with Interior Department Lands sold by Caplin and Paspebiac Railway Chartered Banks . Chateau-Richer Civil Provider:— Appointments and Promotions G9. Examiners Insurance Lin11sessionalpaper39canauoft

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