Governor's Message and Reports of the Public Officers of the State, of the Boards of Directors, and of the Visitors, Superintendents, and Other Agents of Public Institutions Or Interests of Virginia, Part 3 (Google eBook)

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William F. Ritchie, public printer, 1854 - Virginia
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Page 717 - Shares in the capital stock of the Company shall be transferred only on the books of the Company by the holder thereof in person, or by his attorney, upon surrender and cancellation of certificates for a like number of shares.
Page 719 - ... conditioned for the faithful performance of all the duties of his office...
Page 366 - Service, all correspondence in regard to consular affairs, and such other duties as may be assigned to him from time to time by the Secretary.
Page 621 - Wattles, 69 Ind. 260. 2355. Notice of sale. 130. In case of sale of real estate at public auction, the executor or administrator shall give four weeks' notice of the time, place, and terms of sale, by publication in some public newspaper, if any, published in the county in which the real estate is situate, and by posting up notices thereof in at least five public places in such county, three of which shall be in each township in which real estate to be sold may be situate. If the real estate or any...
Page 718 - County treasurers to render annual report. The county treasurers of the state shall, upon the first day of October of each year and at such other times as the commissioner of education may require, make a report for the preceding year to the commissioner of education, showing the amount of money received by them from this fund and the school districts, cities or academies to which such money has been paid and the amount paid to each, and the amount...
Page 782 - The Committee therefore recommend the adoption of the following resolutions: 1. Resolved, That the...
Page 440 - ... grown persons. In 1851 tolls on passengers were one cent per mile for whites over twelve, and one-half cent per mile for colored persons and for children between the ages of five and twelve. Tolls on passengers on all other boats than packets were two mills per mile and at a rate not exceeding $3.50 per passenger, exclusive of meals, from Richmond to Lynchburg, and vice versa; and at that proportion for way travel along the line of the canal.
Page 590 - ... notice thereof in the daily newspapers of the city of Nashville ; and any number of stockholders not less than fifty, who together shall be proprietors of three hundred shares, may at any time apply to the 'President and Directors to call a general meeting of the stockholders for any purpose relative to the affairs of the company; and if the President and Directors refuse to call such meeting, the said...
Page 719 - The directors shall be allowed mileage at the rate of ten cents for every mile they shall necessarily travel in going to and from the meetings of the board, and no other pay or compensation shall be allowed them. Art.
Page 203 - All of which is respectfully submitted. By order of the Board of Directors, September 3, 1847.

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