Annual Reports, City of Charleston, S.C. (Google eBook)

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News and Courier Book Presses, 1908 - Financial statements
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Page 308 - ... to bear interest at the rate of four (4) per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually...
Page 178 - From 20 to 30 Years . From 30 to 40 Years From 40 to 50 Years From 50 to 60 Years From 60 to 70 Years From 70 to 80 Years From 80 to 90 Years From 90 to 100 Years Over 100 Years Totals 433 968 1401 DEATHS IN HOSPITALS, INFIRMARIES, ETC.
Page 294 - AN ACT to Authorize the City Council of Charleston, S. C, to issue Coupon Bonds, at a Rate of Interest Not Exceeding Four Per Cent. Per Annum, for the Purpose of Taking Up or Exchanging the Four Per Cent.
Page 37 - Telegraph companies or agencies, each for business done exclusively within the city of Charleston, and not including any business done to or from points without the State, and not including any business done for the government of the United States, its officers or agents, $500.
Page 38 - L'HERMINIER, from Guadaloupe, with an extensive collection of specimens, the fruit of twenty years application, expense and industry, which he offered to the society, was an advantage, not to be lost sight of.
Page 321 - ... and any person or persons who shall violate the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be subject to the penalties prescribed in section two of this Act.
Page 308 - an act to authorize the city council of Charleston, SC, to issue coupon bonds, at a rate of interest not exceeding four per cent, per annum...
Page 172 - Lungs. j 97. Asthma. | 98. Pulmonary Emphysema. 99. Other Diseases of the Respiratory System (Phthisis excepted). V. Diseases of the Digestive System, 100. Diseases of the Mouth and its Adnexa.
Page 38 - The State Legislature and the City Council, alive to the importance of this object, with a promptness and liberality, which will forever redound to their credit, contributed largely towards the purchase, and, with the sums subscribed by individuals, enabled the society to make a purchase of that valuable collection, which is now one of the chief, and perhaps, most interesting ornaments of the city.
Page 62 - ... citizens implicated in their use. In like manner, if a torpedo is suspected on any part of the road, order the point to be tested by a car-load of prisoners, or citizens implicated, drawn by a long rope.

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