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hereafter be free from taxation so long as said property is occupied by said association.

1908. 14 S. L. 178.

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§ 235. May re-plot Mount Pleasant Addition to Zion Hill Cemetery. That the City of Hartford be and it is hereby authorized to re-plot and lay out anew in such manner the common council of said city shall direct so much of the Mount Pleasant Addition to Zion Hill Cemetery in said city as now or hereafter from time to time may become the property of said city.

1871. 7 S. L. 246.

1868. 6 S. L. 441.

1903. P. A. 192.

§ 236. References to resolutions of the General Assembly not printed here in full.

Concerning the acquisition of lands by the City for capitol and capitol grounds.

Confirming and re-enacting certain resolutions in reference to the charter of the city of Hartford and validating ordinances and votes passed thereunder.

Validating vote of Hartford April 6, 1903, for free text books in high school taken on United States voting machine, and also vote at same election ordering the construction of a relief sewer in the southern part of the city from Franklin Avenue easterly across Wethersfield Avenue, also taken on said machines.

Validating issue of certain marriage licenses and burial permits issued by the clerk of board of health commissioners and deputy registrar of vital statistics in Hartford.

Validating town vote October 26, 1885, appropriating $87,000 for almshouse and other buildings.

Validating town vote February 19, 1884, appropriating $30,000 for high school building.

Validating town votes November 25, 1881, and February 6, 1882, appropriating $60,000 for soldiers and sailors monument and $200,000 for high school building.

Authorizing the common council to make 1866 map authoritative.

Extension of Benton Street sewer.

1897. 12 S. L. 838.

1886. 10 S.L. 200.

1884. 9 S. L. 943.

1882. 9 S. L. 421.

1869. P. A. p. 311.

1867. 6 S. L. 318, 803.

CHAPTER 17.

LOANS AND BOND ISSUES OUTSTANDING

April 2, 1907.

1893. 11 S. L. 157.

Reservoir Construction Bonds. Gold-Coupon.

Issued August 1, 1893. Redeemable after July 1, 1908.
Mature July 1, 1918.

Interest, 4 per cent. Payable January and July,
Consolidated Water Bonds. Gold-Coupon.

Issued October 2, 1893. Mature July 1, 1918.
Interest, 4 per cent. Payable January and July,

$200,000.00

1893. 11 S. L. 157.

475,000.00

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$750,000.00

290,000.00

250,000.00

1895. 12 S. L. 396.

800,000.00

270,000.00

1889, Consolidated Town Bonds. Coupon. 10 S. L. 901.

Issued July 1, 1889. Mature July 1, 1909.

Interest, 3 per cent. Payable January and July, 1893. Funding Bonds. Gold-Coupon, 11 S. L. 156.

Issued October 2, 1893. Mature July 1, 1918.

Interest, 4 per cent. Payable January and July, 1893. Public Improvement Bonds. Gold-Registered, 11 S. L. 429.

Issued January 1, 1897. Mature January 1, 1922.

Interest, 342 per cent. Payable January and July,
Refunding Capitol Bonds. Gold-Registered.

Issued January 1, 1897. Mature January 1, 1922.

Interest, 312 per cent. Payable January and July, 1897.

Refunding Town Bonds. Gold—Registered. 12 S. L. 775.

Issued May 1, 1897. Mature May 1, 1922.

Interest, 342 per cent. Payable May and November, 1893. Police Department Bonds. Gold-Registered. 11 S. L. 428.

Issued January 1, 1898. Mature January 1, 1923.

Interest, 31/2 per cent. Payable January and July, 1895.

Park Improvement Bonds. Gold—Coupon. 12 S. L. 70.

Issued January 1, 1896. Mature January 1, 1926.

Interest, 31/2 per cent. Payable January and July,
Park Improvement Bonds. Gold-Coupon.

Issued January 1, 1898. Mature January 1, 1926.

Interest, 31/2 per cent. Payable January and July, 12 5. L:618. Paving Bonds. Gold-Registered.

Issued January 1, 1898. Mature January 1, 1938.

Interest, 342 per cent. Payable January and July,
Paving Bonds. Gold-Registered.

75,000.00

150,000.00

150,000.00

Issued January 1, 1900. Mature January 1, 1938.
Interest, 312 per cent. Payable January and July,

100,000.00

100,000.00 1,039,740.00

1899. 13 S. L. 307.

20,000.00

1895. 12 S. L. 396.

$200,000.00

Additional Paving Bonds. Gold — Registered.

Issued January 1, 1900. Mature January 1, 1930

Interest, 342 per cent. Payable January and July, High School and Bridge Bonds. Gold-Registered.

Issued January 1, 1898. Mature January 1, 1938.

Interest, 342 per cent. Payable January and July, Connecticut River Bridge Bonds. Gold-Coupon.

Issued August 1, 1904. Mature July 1, 1954.

Interest, 312 per cent. Payable January and July,
Connecticut River Bridge Bonds. Gold Coupon.

Issued June 1, 1905. Mature June 1, 1955.
Interest, 312 per cent. Payable June and December,

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23,481.00

Town Note, Demand,“ Town Deposit Fund,” 6 per cent., .
City Note, Due October 1, 1909, .
“Permanent Improvement Debt,” 31/2 per cent.,

1903. 14 S. L. 387.

205,973.00

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TOTAL DEBT,
Less Sinking Fund, .

$6,059,454.00

Less Water Debt,

$5,019,714.00

675,000.00

NET DEBT,

$4,344,714.00

Cash held in reserve by the Board of Water Commissioners

for redemption of Water Bonds,

$404,702.00

ORDINANCES

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