A Historical Sketch of Library Legislation in New Hampshire, with a Compilation of Library Laws of the State

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˹ 115 - There are hereby authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, such sums as may be necessary to carry into effect the purposes of this Act.
˹ 143 - ... per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually on the first days of January and July of each year...
˹ 163 - November of each year forward to the state librarian for the state library, two copies, and to the New Hampshire Historical Society two copies of each printed catalogue of its officers and students and courses of studies published during the year ending on that date.
˹ 145 - Such application shall be made by filing in the office of the clerk of said court a concise statement of...
˹ 148 - Resolved, That our Senators in Congress be instructed, and our Representatives be requested to use all...
˹ 157 - A general partner shall have all the rights and powers and be subject to all the restrictions and liabilities of a partner in a partnership without limited partners...
˹ 169 - The trustees shall make an explicit report to the town at each annual town-meeting of all their receipts and expenditures, and of all the property of the town in their care and custody, including a statement of any unexpended balance of money they may have, and of any bequests or donations they may have received and are holding in behalf of the town, with such recommendations in reference to the same as they may deem necessary for the town to consider.
˹ 88 - And be it further enacted, That the said Ichabod Bartlett, William Smith, jun. and Nathaniel A. Haven, jun. or any two of them, shall have power to call the -first meeting of said corporation, at such time and place, and may notify the members of said association in such manner, as they may deem expedient.
˹ 119 - ... any city in this state, may raise and appropriate money to procure books, maps, charts, periodicals, and other publications, for the establishment and perpetual maintenance within the limits of such town or city of a public library, for the purchase of such land and the erection of such buildings as may be necessary for the suitable accommodation...
˹ 171 - ... presiding judge may engage a stenographer to be paid for his services, and he and each member of the council summoned and attending said council shall be allowed his actual expenses of travel, and also his necessary expenses for subsistence while attending the council, which shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, on the order of the judge presiding at the council.