The Charter and Revised Ordinances of the City of Hartford: With the Amendments and Other Acts Relating to the Charter, in Force January 1, 1884

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Press of the Fowler & Miller Company, 1884 - Municipal charters - 411 pages

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Page 125 - June of that year, the various sums of money received from the library fund and from other sources, and how such moneys have been expended, and for what purposes; the number of books and periodicals on hand ; the number added by purchase, gift, or otherwise, during the year; the number lost or missing; the number of visitors attending; the number of books loaned out, and the general character of such books : with such other statistics, information, and suggestions as they may deem of general interest.
Page 48 - Act, shall hold their office for the term of one year, two for the term of two years, two for the term of three years, and one for the term of four years, respectively, and until their successors shall be duly appointed and qualified.
Page 123 - July of each year, appoint as before three directors, to take the place of the retiring directors who shall hold office for three years, and until their successors are appointed.
Page 184 - ... company is hereby vested with all powers, privileges and immunities which are or may be necessary to carry into effect the purposes and objects of this act...
Page 124 - ... not inconsistent with this act. They shall have the exclusive control of the expenditure of all moneys collected to the credit of the library fund...
Page 125 - The city council of said city shall have power to pass ordinances imposing suitable penalties for the punishment of persons committing injury upon such library or the grounds or other property thereof and for injury to or failure to return any book belonging to such libraries.
Page 151 - ... with more than one way of egress by stairways on the inside or outside of the building...
Page 123 - ... chosen from the citizens at large with reference to their fitness for such office ; and not more than one member of the city council shall be at any one time a member of said board.
Page 124 - ... shall have power to appoint a suitable librarian and necessary assistants, and fix their compensation, and shall also have power to remove such appointees ; and shall, in general, carry out the spirit and intent of this act, in establishing and maintaining a public library and reading room.
Page 249 - ... or any person having the care of such building or lot, to cause such sidewalk to be made safe and convenient, by removing the ice therefrom, or by covering the...

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