Annual Report

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City of Boston Printing Department, 1900 - Finance
 

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Page 326 - There are now sixty-one beneficiaries of this fund. — — — All applications for relief, in accordance with the terms and conditions as set forth in the foregoing orders, are to be made in writing, addressed to the Board of Police, 37 Pemberton square. POOR WIDOWS
Page 3 - Ordinances of 1898, the undersigned herewith submits his report of the receipts and expenditures of the CITY OF BOSTON AND COUNTY OF SUFFOLK for the year...
Page 315 - Two-track And under Hanover street to Washington street . . . Two-track Under Adams square and Washington street to corner Hanover street Three-track Thence under Washington street and under and through property taken by the Boston Transit Commission for the City of Boston Four-track Approximate cost of subway, and alterations requested under chapter 500, Acts of 1897...
Page 326 - POOR WIDOWS' FUND. This is a donation made by Mrs. JOANNA BBOOKEB and others to the Selectmen of Boston for the time being. The income from this fund is paid over in equal proportions to the Aldermen of this City, and they distribute the same, at their discretion, for the relief of POOR WIDOWS AND SICK PEOPLE. Invested in One City of Boston Four per cent.
Page 329 - CHARLES MEAD, to constitute the CHARLES MEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUST FUND for the promotion of the objects of the Public Library in such manner as the government of said library shall deem best, and so far as the government shall deem consistent with the objects of the library to be used for the benefit of the South Boston Branch Library. Received in 1896.
Page 337 - ... in the City of Boston. Ordered, That all sums of money which form no part of the income of the city, but shall be paid...
Page 322 - Church. Ordered, That the Treasurer hold, invest and reinvest said sum, and use the same, with the income thereof, to meet the expenses incurred by said Commissioners under the above order, and pay any balance remaining of said sum and interest, after paying said expenses, to the executors of the will of the late John Foster, or their successors in said office. Amount of bequest $30,000 00 Interest received to...
Page 333 - The surviving executor, Daniel Preston, purchased for 104 twenty-six acres of land at Smelt Brook, and deeded the same, February 6, 1693, to Enoch Wiswell, Samuel Robinson, John Tolman, James Bird, and Increase Sumner, as trustees, and to their successors and assigns, for the " use and purpose, benefit and behoof, of the the schools of learning in the town of Dorchester.
Page 342 - January, except that taxes assessed upon shares of stock of national banks shall bear interest at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum from and...
Page 328 - Library, attaching to it the following conditions: " In trust that the income, but the income only, shall, year by year, be expended in the purchase of books of permanent value for the use of the free Public Library of the city, and, as far as practicable, of such a character as to bo of special interest to young men.

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