Annual Report of the Board of Gas and Electric Light Commissioners of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Volume 15
The Board, 1900 - Electric Utilities
No. 3-35 include "tables from the annual returns" for the year ending June 30.
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00 Bonds issued 00 Notes payable 00 Total liabilities 00 Unpaid bills Amesbury Arc lamps Balance June 30 Balance of manufacturing Balance to profit Boston Capital stock Carbons on hand Cash on hand cents coal on hand Cottage City Discount distribution Dividends declared Due for gas Due for light due the company Electric Company Electric Light Company Electric lines Electric plant Enrichers on hand Fixtures on hand Fuel on hand Gas and Electric Gas coal GAS LIGHT COMPANY Globes on hand Haverhill Incandescent lamps Income from sale Interest paid Jamaica Plain Jobbing account lamps on hand Leominster light and power Loss Account loss balance Machinery and manufacturing manufacturing account materials on hand nights per week North Attleborough Number Office furniture Oil and waste Power Company profit and loss sale of gas sale of light Stoves on hand Sundry accounts due taxes and incidentals town Wiring
Page clxxviii - Section two of chapter four hundred and four of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety is hereby amended by striking out the whole of said section and inserting in place thereof the following : — Section 2.
Page clxxvii - SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage so far as to allow any town to vote upon the acceptance of the same, but shall not take full effect in any town until it has been accepted by a vote of two thirds of the voters of such town present and voting thereon at an annual town meeting. [Approved May 13, 1904.
Page 25 - ... years from the date thereof, and bearing interest at a rate not exceeding 5 per cent, per annum...
Page 17 - ... not exceeding twenty years from the date thereof, and bearing interest at a rate not exceeding 5 per cent.
Page clxxviii - Every manufacturing, mining or quarrying, mercantile, railroad, street railway, telegraph or telephone corporation, every incorporated express company or water company, and every contractor, person or partnership engaged in any manufacturing business, in any of the building trades, in quarries or mines, upon public works or in the construction or repair of railroads, street railways, roads, bridges or sewers or of gas, water or electric light works, pipes or lines...