Annual Report of the Comptroller of the City of New York for the Fiscal Year Ended ..., Volume 2
The Office, 1906 - Finance
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00 Total 187 and subdivision Additional amended AMOUNTS Approaches Appropria Arrears Assessment Bonds Avenue BALANCES Board Borough of Brooklyn Borough of Manhattan Borough of Queens Borough of Richmond Bridge Bronx Buildings Bureau cent Central Park chap chapter 378 Charges City Debt Collections Commissioners Company Completion Consolidated Stock Construction Corporate Stock Corporate Stock-For County Court Department Drives East River Equipment ESTIMATE Expenses Fees Fire Franchises Gold Grand Greater New York Harlem River Held by Public Hospital Hundred Improvement Bonds Interest ISSUED Item January Laws Maintenance Market MATURITY Municipal Museum Office Openings OUTSTANDING DECEMBER 31 Park Parkways PAYABLE Payment PROVISIONS Public Park PURCHASED Railroad Receipts Redemption REFUNDS Registered Rents Repairs Road Salaries Sales SCHEDULE School District Sections 169 Sections 47 Series Sewer Sinking Fund Special Revenue Street Supplies Supplies and Contingencies Taxation Third TIONS Town TRANSFERS VALUE Void Ward Warrants WARRANTS PAID Water York Charter
Page 294 - An act to provide for indexing and reindexing conveyances, mortgages and other instruments relating to lands and liens thereon in the county of Richmond...
Page 374 - Payable from the Sinking Fund of Long Island city for the Redemption of Fire Bonds...
Page 259 - Payable from the Water Sinking Fund of the City of New York under the provisions of Section 10.
Page 255 - Association for the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes." New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.
Page 178 - GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN, Mayor EDWARD M. GROUT, Comptroller CV FORNES, President of the Board of Aldermen JOHN F. AHEARN, President of the Borough of Manhattan MARTIN W.
Page 393 - Whenever any person or persons may desire to commute any quit-rent due the corporation, it shall be the duty of the said Comptroller to calculate such commutation at the rate of six per cent.; and upon the "production of evidence that the same and all arrears of rent have been paid into the treasury of said city to the credit of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, it shall be the duty of the Mayor and Clerk to execute a release of quit-rent.
Page 426 - The sinking fund of Long Island City for the redemption of revenue bonds;
Page 286 - Payable from the Sinking Fund for the Redemption of the City Debt...
Page 290 - Estimate in the proceeding to acquire title to lands required for a public park bounded by One Hundred and Eleventh and One Hundred and Fourteenth streets, First avenue and the East river, as provided by chapter 746 of the Laws of 1894.
Page 286 - NewYork, under the provisions of Section 10, Article 8 of the Constitution of the State of New- York, and Section 208 of Chapter 3?H of the Laws of 1897, H