Annual Report of the Department of Docks and Ferries, Volume 32

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The Department, 1902 - Ferries
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Page 33 - Sinking Fund for the Redemption" of the City Debt , $2,670,665 45 2. To credit of the Sinking Fund for the Payment of Interest on the City Debt 301,260 47 3.
Page 36 - For account of the Sinking Fund for the Payment of the Interest on the City Debt...
Page 177 - Department of docks; to keep wharves, etc., clean. 540. The department of docks shall have power and authority and it is hereby made its duty to cause the wharves, piers, bulkheads, heads of slips, and portions of any streets and places by law committed to the custody and control of said department of docks, to be thoroughly...
Page 272 - ... arrangements of the photograph laboratory have been made, including the putting up of shelves for the reception of a large number of old negatives brought here from Willets Point, which, owing to other important duties, were not arranged, listed, and indexed as it was intended. Various prints and photographs have been made from time to time for the use of the school and the post.
Page 3 - The board of docks shall annually present to the mayor of the city a report containing: First. The name, occupation, and compensation of all officers, clerks and agents appointed and employed by said board.
Page 3 - A list of the orders and rules made by said board of docks, and a description of the contracts made by said board, the payments made by said board, and the purposes and amounts thereof, and the leases made by said board, for what term, at what rent, to whom, and for what property.
Page 187 - Anniversary of the Protestant Episcopal Church Missionary Society for Seamen in the City and Port of New York.
Page 34 - The total amount of dock bonds and corporate stock of the City of New York authorized for the uses and purposes of the Department of Docks and Ferries, from May 1, 1870, 1913.
Page 296 - Engineer's Order. — For dredging on the North River between the Battery and West One Hundred and Fifty-ninth Street, Borough of Manhattan. Submitted March 6, 1902, and advertised as1 Contract No.
Page 3 - Hon. GEORGE B. McCLELLAN, Mayor of The City of New York...

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