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PALMM FAMU



Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
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    Letter of transmittal
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    Balance sheet
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    General revenue fund: Receipts
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    General revenue fund: Disbursements
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    Funds: Receipts, disbursements, and balances
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REPORT


OF THE



STATE TREASURER


OF THE


STATE OF FLORIDA


FOR THE PERIOD


Beginning January 1, 1905, and Ending Decem,
ber 31, 1905.


Capital Publishing Co., State Printers,
Tallahassee, Fla.
1906.















State Treasurer's Report.



TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
TREASURER'S OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, JANUARY 1, 1906.
To His Eoellency, Napoleon B. Broward,
Governor of Florida.
SIR:-In compliance with law I have the honor to sub-
mit this, my official report of the Transactions of this of-
fice for the period beginning January 1st, 1905, and end-
ing December 31st, 1905.
It may be remarked that the financial condition of the
State is on a satisfactory basis. It is the policy of the
State to collect from the taxpayers only such amounts
of revenue as will suffice, with receipts from sources other
than direct taxation, to insure the payment, upon proper
demand, of all legal obligations against the State. The
very low rate of taxation which has been levied and col-
lected during the last few years has resulted in. reducing
the balances in some of the funds in the Treasury, and, as
a result, the balances are not as large as in former years.
Thus, only so much of the people's money has been called
into the State Treasury as was necessary for the unham-
pered and economical administration of the State govern-
ment.
There continue to be gratifying increases in receipts
into the General Revenue Fund from insurance company
taxes and from corporation charter taxes. The legisla-
ture has provided several other sources of revenue other
than direct taxation, such as the tax on the sale of feed-
stuffs, on automobiles, etc., which may develop into im-
portant contributors to this Fund. The operation of the
general license law of 1903 produced from that source the
largest item of receipts into the General Revenue Fund
during 1905.












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SECURITY FOR STATE DEPOSITS.

The Treasurer holds bonds of other States and bonds
of counties and cities in this State of the face value of
$471,000.00, to secure the State funds deposited in banks
under Chapter 4586, Acts of 1897, all of which bonds, be-
longing to the banks of deposit, have been approved by
the Governor, Comptroller and Treasurer, as provided by
said Act.
The interest on the deposits of State funds collected by
the Treasurer for the State in 1905 amounted to $9,489.39,
as shown in the statement of General Revenue receipts.

INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT PAID IN 1905.
Paid Interest to State School Fund.......... $11,045.00
Paid Interest to Agricultural College (Univer-
sity of Florida) Fund .................... 4,074.00
Paid Interest to Seminary Fund............. 2,928.00

Total Interest Paid on Public Debt......... $18,047.00
The public debt consists solely of Refunding Bonds,
amounting to $601,567.00, bearing interest at the rate of
three per cent. per annum all of which are held by the
educational funds of the State.
MAINTENANCE OF COLLEGES.
Extended space has been given in this report to detail-
ed statements of the receipts and disbursements on ac-
count of the several institutions for higher education.
Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905,
(commonly known as the "Buckman Act") which reor-
ganized the system of higher education under State direc-
tion and support, changed the mode of handling receipts
and disbursements in many of the funds which contribu-
ted to the maintenance of the colleges, and in this report
will be found explanations of all changes so made and de-
tailed statements of receipts and disbursements, both
under the former laws governing same and under Chap-
ter 5384.
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
During the year 1 Fire Insurance Company and 1 Mis-
cellaneous Insurance Company withdrew from the State,












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while 6 Fire, 4 Life, 3 Miscellaneous and 2 Sick and Fu-
neral Benefit Insurance Companies entered for business.
The State received during the year 1905, through
licenses and commissions on premiums collected in the
Treasurer's office, from Insurance and Surety Companies
doing business in the State:
For Company Licenses.............. $21,050.00
For Agents' Licenses ............... 13,844.50
For Commissions on Premiums...... 63,743.33

$98,837.83
This is an increase of $9,918.94 over the collections in
1904.
While there are several Surety Companies authorized
to do commercial business in this State under the provis-
ions of the Revised Statutes, and to become sureties on
bonds given in judicial proceedings under Chapter 4572,
Acts of 1897, not one has qualified to become surety upon
the bonds of city, county or State officers under Chapter
4671, Acts of 1899.
A list of the Insurance and Surety Companies author-
ized to do business in Florida, with a summarized state-
ment of their transactions and financial condition, will
be found in an appendix.
Respectfully submitted,
WILLIAM V. KNOTT,
State Treasurer.













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BALANCE SHEET

DECEMBER 31, 1905.

Cash ....................... 401,940.85
General Revenue Fund.........
One Mill School Tax Fund.....
Pension Tax Fund...........
State Board of Health Fund...
Principal of State School Fund.
Interest of State School Fund..
Interest of Seminary Fund.....
Hire of State Convicts Fund...
Indian War Claims Fund......
Agricultural College Fund.....
Experiment Station Fund......
University Incidental Fund....
Experiment Station Incidental
Fund....................
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville Dona-
tion Fund ............... .
White College Morrill Fund....
Colored College Morrill Fund..
Fla. Female College Inciden-
tal Fund...................
Fla. Agricultural .Institute,
Kissimmee, Fund. ..........
Colored Normal School Contin-
gent Fund. ................
Proceeds of College Property
Fund. ....................
Fla. Hospital for Insane Fire
Loss Fund. ...............


$136,147.98
10,405.66
77,807.67
58,195.65
441.26
16,898.87
3,963.00
6,193.46
25,000.00
1,027.11
2,210.51
704.09

301.88

40,222.22
7,990.37
8,505.77

1,088.25

3,963.85

174.22

569.33

129.70


$401,940.85 $401,940.85












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ABSTRACT OF GENERAL REVENUE FUND.
RECEIPTS IN 1905.

Balance as per report January 1............. .293,054.58
Taxes of 1905........... .................. 2,687.88
Taxes of 1904. ......................... 54,334.85
Taxes of 1903. ............... ............. 415.48
General License Tax .................. .... 296,561.56
Insurance Company License Tax............ 21,050.00
Insurance Agents License Tax.............. 13,844.50
Insurance Company Premium Tax........... 63,743.33
Interest on Deposits in 1905................ 9,489.39
Delinquent Settlements of County Officers.... 48.27
Tax Certificate Proceeds from Comptroller... 14,064.78
Expense of Sale Tax Certificates ............ 6,809.25
Interest on Tax Certificates................. 25,236.63
Corporation Charter Tax................... 26,144.00
Tax on Commissions....................... 2,614.00
Sleeping Car Tax. .................... 1,096.32
Southern Express Co. License Tax............ 1,250.00
Telegraph Co. License Tax ................. 1,500.00
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps, Dept. Agriculture.. 26,687.89
Sale of Confiscated Fertilizers .............. 24.77
Sale of Feedstuff Stamps, Dept. Agriculture.. 4,846.97
One Mill Tax on Main St. Ry., Jacksonville.. 122.50
Back Taxes on Fla. Ry. & Navigation Co..... 31,720.90
Fines under Military Code................. 25.00
From U. S. Government Refund on Transpor-
tation Fla. State Troops to Manassas, Va.,
Summer of 1905 ........................ 1,074.23
Automobile Registration Tax............... 258.00
Chauffeur Registration Tax ................ 40.00
Auction Tax. ............................. 57.30
Sale Supreme Court Reports................ 2,000.00
Acts of Legislature Sold ................... 137.00
Revised Statutes Sold ....................... 36.00
Justice Manuals Sold........... .......... 4.00
Classifications sold by Railroad Commission-
ers. .................................. 29.85
Copies of Files Sold by Railroad Commission-
ers....... ......... .. .................. 10.00
Blank Books Sold by Railroad Commissioners 3.75
Old Typewriter Sold by Railroad Commission-
ers. ....... ...... ................... 15.00












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Copy of Testimony Sold by Railroad Commis-
sioners. .............. ................. 1.50
Revenue Refunded. ........................ 3.02
Refunded on Graded Schools ............... 200.00
Unearned Insurance Premiums Refunded.... 118.22
Sale of Record of Florida Soldiers.......... 5.00
Old Matting Sold.......................... 1.90
Old Gas Fixtures Sold ..................... 1.00

$901,368.62

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Salaries of Executive Department ...........$ 18,970.83
Salaries of Judicial Department............. 57,351.09
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission-
ers. ......... ..... .................... 12,969.89
Salaries Clerks Administrative Departments. 26,493.30
Expenses of Presidential Electors........... 349.80
Salary Clerk Supreme Court, per diem...... 939.00
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices.... 1,650.00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court.............. 300.00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem............ 82.00
Messenger for Supreme Court .............. 360.00
Janitor Supreme Court. ................... 900.00
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court......... 2,399.24
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library 847.95
Printing Supreme Court Reports ............ 826.80
Reprinting Supreme Court Reports.......... 60.00
Traveling Expenses Circuit Judges.......... 472.72
Jurors and Witnesses ...................... 76,349.13
Expenses Circuit Judges holding Court in
other Circuits. ......................... 189.56
Rewards for and Expenses of Arrest of Fugi-
tives from Justice................ ........ 803.00
Contingent Expenses of State.............. 4,040.83
Interest on Bonded Debt of State........... 18,047.00
Maintenance of Lunatics .................. 93,626.43
Maintenance of Lunatics, Improvements..... 6,806.90
Expenses Collection of Revenue ............ 48,868.00
Expenses of Legislature of 1903............ 3,570.20
Expenses of Legislature of 1905............. 75,790.08 -
Publishing Acts of Legislature of 1905....... 4,500.00
Act to Enact General Statutes of State...... 6,109.20
Revision of Statutes ...................... 1,259.60












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State Census of 1905...................... 18,902.98
Salary of Adjutant General................ 2,000.00
Encampment of Florida State Troops........ 3,459.13
Expenses of Florida State Troops........... 11,342.0'3
Confederate Soldiers Home.................. 1,579.42
History of Florida Soldiers................ 2,362.09
Salary of State Auditor and Clerk.......... 3,200.00
Traveling Expenses of State Auditor........ 301.64
Salary of Assistant State Auditor.......... 431.32
Traveling Expenses of Assistant State Audi-
tor .......... .............. ........ 258.98
Salary of State Chemist................... 2,000.00
Traveling Expenses State Chemist.......... 642.56
Salary of Assistant State Chemist........... 1,950.00
Salary Additional Assistant State Chemist... 166.67
Salary of Inspector of Feed Stuffs.......... 97.50Y
Traveling Expenses Inspector of Feed Stuffs.. 168.25
Chemicals and Apparatus State Laboratory.. 983.90
Improvements and Additions to State Labora-
tory. ....... ... .. .................... 20.00
Printing, Agricultural Department .... ..... 1,845.SO
Postage and Stationery, Agricultural Depart-
m ent. ............ .................... 776.77
Maps for Agricultural Department .......... 850.00
Incidental Expenses, Agricultural Depart-
ment. ................................. 209.55
Express and Telegrams, Agricultural Depart-
ment. ................................. 208.39
Incidental Expenses, Attorney-General's Of-
fice. .................. ................. 118.14
Books and Book-Cases, Attorney-General's
Office. ......... ................... 258.00
Postage, Printing, etc., Supt. Pub. Instruc-
tion. ........ .......................... 1,569.74
Traveling Expenses, Supt. of Pub. Instruction. 271.95
Uniform System of Public Schools.......... 48,760.00
Educational Fund (Board of Control)....... 36,603.25
South. Fla. Mil. College, current expenses.... 8,931.93
South Fla. Mil. College, Improvements....... 2,821.52
University of Florida, current expenses...... 8,490.64-
Florida State College, current expenses...... 35,094.58
East Florida Seminary, current expenses.... 14,996.48
State Normal College, DeFuniak Springs.... 11,609.96
Florida School for Blind, Deaf and Dumb.... 9,075.06












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St. Petersburg Normal and Industrial School.
State Normal and Industrial School (colored)
Tallahassee ........ ....................
Teachers Summer Training School..........
General Printing and Advertising..........
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists.............
Insurance on State Buildings ..............
Revenue Refunded ......................
Refund on Liquor Licenses.................
Costs Adjudged Against State in Civil Cases.
Lists of State and U. S. Land Entries and
other expenses Comptroller's Office.........
Payment of one Florida 6 per cent. Bond, No.
786. .......... .......................
Expenses Governor's Mansion Commissioners.
Fla. State Mid-Winter Fair Assn., Tampa....
West Florida Fair Assn., DeFuniak Springs..
Act for Relief of J. Y. Detwiler, Fish Com-
missioner. ............................
Act for Relief of Estate of John A. Pearce,
late Sheriff of Leon County...............
Stationery, Legislative and Executive De-
partments ....... .................. .
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secy. of
State. ...... ...........................
Burglar Alarm System for Treasurer's Vault..
Adding Machine for State Treasurer's Office..
Adding Machine for State Auditor's Office....
Repairs and other expenses at Capitol.......
Fuel, Light and Water at Capitol...........
Engineer and Gardener at Capitol..........
Watchman at Capitol.....................
Janitors at Capitol........................


5,526.67

506.13
2,119.00
22,653.29
2,528.61
4,519.26
387.09
2,545.10
12.09

521.00

100.00
61.75
15,000.00
2,000.00

300.00

485.40

1,553.82

426.71
900.00
375.00
375.00
1,030.76
1,853.33
600.00
780.00
770.00


Total Disbursements for the year........ .$765,220.64
Balance .......... ..................... 136,147.98

$901,368.62
Balance in the Fund January 1, 1906......$136,147.98













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ONE MILL SCHOOL FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report..............$ 7,916.13
Dec. 31-One Mill Tax .................... 110,449.10
Dec. 31-From back taxes on Fla. Ry. & Nay.
Co. ........................... 5,075.45
Dec. 31-From Tax Certificates, Comptroller.. 3,516.17
$126,956.85

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Warrants drawn by Comptroller and paid by Treasurer.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3-2944, Treasurer Liberty County..... $ 407.20
Jan. 5-2875, Treasurer Monroe County.... 786.40
May 15-1169, Treasurer Duval County...... 3,446.73
May 16-1183, Treasurer Franklin County... 430.92
May 17-1181, Treasurer Alachua County.... 2,737.35
May 17-1186, Treasurer Putnam County.... 1,026.90
May 17-1184, Treasurer Madison County.... 2,070.81
May 17-1190, Treasurer Gadsden County... 1,828.26
May 17-1175, Treasurer Polk County....... 1,535.31
May 17-1187, Treasurer Pasco County...... 497.70
May 17-1189, Treasurer Volusia County.... 1,207.08
May 17-1164, Treasurer Hamilton County... 927.36
May 17-1179, Treasurer Suwannee County.. 1,540.98
May 17-1172, Treasurer Dade County...... 782.46
May 18-1170, Treasurer Manatee County.... 745.92
May 18-1193, Treasurer DeSoto County.... 1,188.18
May 18-1185, Treasurer Hillsboro County.. 3,112.83
May 18-1178, Treasurer Orange County..... 1,254.96
May 18-1163, Treasurer Jackson County.... 2,959.74
May 18-1188, Treasurer Escambia County.. 2,298.87
May 18-1168, Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 1,128.96
May 18-1182, Treasurer Walton County.... 945.00
May 19-1173, Treasurer St. Johns County.. 735.84
May 19-1162, Treasurer Hernando County.. 325.71
May 20-1174, Treasurer Holmes County.... 839.79
May 20-1167, Treasurer Lee County........ 342.72
May 22-1165, Treasurer Clay County....... 524.16
May 22-1191, Treasurer Brevard County... 587.79












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May 22-1180, Treasurer Baker County..... 462.42
May 22-1171, Treasurer Calhoun County... 382.41
May 23-1177, Treasurer Leon County...... 1,991.43
May 24-1,176, Treasurer Bradford County... 1,085.49
May 30-1161, Treasurer Washington County. 1,044.54
June 5-1192, Treasurer Citrus County...... 392.49
June 8-1160, Treasurer Columbia County.. 1,544.13
June 10-1306, Treasurer Jefferson County.. 1,911.42
June 12-1307, Treasurer Marion County.... 2,880.36
June 12-1313, Treasurer Nassau County..... 795.06
June 15-1312, Treasurer Lake County....... 819.63
June 15-1314, Treasurer Lafayette County.. 438.48
June 15-1166, Treasurer Monroe County. ... 619.29
June 21-1440, Treasurer Taylor County..... 517.23
June 21-1441, Treasurer Osceola County.... 418.95
June 26-1439, Treasurer Sumter County.... 666.54
July 1-1311, Treasurer Liberty County..... 320.67
July 5-1310, Treasurer Wakulla County... 456.12
Aug. 7-1315, Treasurer Levy County....... 855.54
Nov. 23-3590, Treasurer Madison County... 2,376.29
Nov. 24-3591, Treasurer Gadsden County... 2,327.32
Nov. 25-3596, Treasurer Clay County...... 560.25
Nov. 25-3589, Treasurer Baker County..... 590.96
Nov. 25-3613, Treasurer Columbia County.. 1,981.21
Nov. 25-3595, Treasurer Putnam County... 1,347.92
Nov. 25-3601, Treasurer Suwannee County.. 2,156.34
Nov. 25-3638, Treasurer Leon County...... 2,843.58
Nov. 25-3635, Treasurer Franklin County... 511.28
Nov. 27-3600, Treasurer Jefferson County... 2,509.09
Nov. 27-3614, Treasurer Taylor County..... 679.77
Nov. 27-3634, Treasurer Orange County.... 1,271.42
Nov. 27-3605, Treasurer Hamilton County.. 1,157.85
Nov. 27-3602, Treasurer Polk County...... 2,102.39
Nov. 27-3599, Treasurer Escambia County.. 3,012.90
Nov. 27-3603, Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 1,367.84
Nov. 27-3606, Treasurer Walton County.... 1,388.59
Nov. 27-3598, Treasurer Jackson County... 3,460.27
Nov. 27-3597, Treasurer Volusia County.... 1,766.24
Nov. 27-3636, Treasurer Brevard County.... 483.06
Nov. 29-3642, Treasurer St. Lucie County.. 339.47
Nov. 29-3644, Treasurer Dade County...... 1,177.77
Dec. 1-3604, Treasurer Calhoun County.... 512.94
Dec. 1-3643, Treasurer Manatee County... 1,021.73
Dec. 7-3645, Treasurer Lee County........ 445.71












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Dec. 7-3647, Treasurer Sumter County.... 930.43
Dec. 7-3649, Treasurer Lake County...... 1,132.12
Dec. 11-4026, Treasurer Duval County...... 4,722.70
Dec. 11-3678, Treasurer St. Johns County.. 941.22
Dec. 11-3655, Treasurer Holmes County.... 1,074.02
Dec. 12-4021, Treasurer Wakulla County... 635.78
Dec. 13-4023, Treasurer Marion County..... 3,499.28
Dec. 14-3646, Treasurer Monroe County.... 825.02
Dec. 14-4022, Treasurer Nassau County.... 1,147.89
Dec. 15-4038, Treasurer Hernando County.. 435.75
Dec. 16-3650, Treasurer Alachua County... 3,501.77
Dec. 16-4091, Treasurer Osceola County.... 650.72
Dec. 18-4087, Treasurer DeSoto County.... 1,698.18
Dec. 21-4027, Treasurer Bradford County.. 1,537.99
Dec. 23-4152, Treasurer Lafayette County... 958.43
Dec. 26-3648, Treasurer Washington County 1,559.57

Total disbursements for the year..$116,551.19
Dec. 31- Balance. ....................... 10,405.66

$126,956.85
1906.
Jan. 1- Balance in the Fund.............$ 10,405.66



PENSION TAX FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.

1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report............ $ 8,361.82
Feb. 14-Refund on Pension Warrant 29640. 24.00
Sep. 30-Comptroller's Warrant No. 2873,
appropriation from Hire of State
Convicts Fund, under Chapter
5376, Acts of 1905.............. 70,000.00
Dec. 28-Comptroller's Warrant No. 4432,
appropriation from Hire of State
Convicts Fund, under Chapter
5376, Acts of 1905.............. 50,000.00
Dec. 31-Pension Fund Taxes.............. 222,823.88

$351,209.70











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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Warrants drawn by Comptroller
and paid by Treasurer:
First Quarter of 1905............. $ 45,743.59
Second Quarter of 1905........... 86,809.79
Third Quarter of 1905............. 71,805.44
Fourth quarter of 1905............ 69,043.21

Total disbursements for the year. ..273,402.03
Dec. 31-Balance in the Fund.............. 77,807.67
$351,209.70
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund..............$ 77,807.67



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report............. $ 65,996.60
Dec. 31-State Board of Health Tax......... 55,258.92
$121,255.52

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Warrants drawn by Comptroller and paid by Treasurer.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 26- 297, For State Board of Health.. .$ 2,486.97
Feb. 6- 296, For State Board of Health... 847.73
Mar. 8- 621, For State Board of Health.... 2,330.41
Mar. 24- 699, For State Board of Health.... 994.06
Apr. 3- 753, For State Board of Health... 2,467.60
Apr. 24- 986, For State Board of Health... 2,081.95
Apr. 29-1060, For State Board of Health... 2,487.99
May 15-1148, For State Board of Health... 1,548.36
May 27-1256, For State Board of Health... 2,484.68
June 24-1496, For State Board of Health... 2,198.21
July 1-1497, For State Board of Health... 1,140.00
July 6-1686, For State Board of Health... 2,488.57
July 26-1852, For State Board of Health... 2,488.13











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Aug. 12-1901, For State Board of Health... 262.00
Aug. 21-1900, For State Board of Health... 1,300.23
Aug. 29-2353, For State Board of Health... 2,493.81
Oct. 13-3107, For State Board of Health... 2,501.23
Oct. 13-3108, For State Board of Health... 2,259.14
Oct. 27-3262, For State Board of Health... 1,010.18
Oct. 31-3359, For State Board of Health... 7,089.65
Oct. 31-3360, For State Board of Health... 2,497.70
Nov. 17-3584, For State Board of Health... 14,898.44
Dec. 20-4069, For State Board of Health... 649.75
Dec. 23-4407, For State Board of Health... 2,053.08

Total disbursements for the year...$ 63,059.87
Dec. 31- Balance ........................ 58,195.65

$121,255.52
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund............. $ 58,195.65



HIRE OF STATE CONVICTS FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report..............$ 84,180.75
Feb. 1-Receipts for first quarter .......... 43,065.47
May 1-Receipts for second quarter........ 39,500.00
Aug. 7-Receipts for third quarter......... 46,301.39
Dec. 1-Receipts for fourth quarter........ 37,677.75

$250,725.36
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3-2978, J. H. Brockton, Chaplain.... 6.25
Jan. 4- 6, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor..... 125.00
Jan. 9- 93, C. H. Dickinson, Secretary... 75.00
Jan. 14- 127, Fla. Naval, Stores & Com. Co.. 560.00
Jan. 14- 214, For State Juvenile Reforma-
tory. .......... .............. 625.00
Jan. 18- 133, Geo. T. Austin, Chaplain..... 25.00
Jan. 30- 204, D. T. McMullen, Chaplain.... 6.25
Jan. 31- 311, Daily Capital ............... 71.50












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Feb. 1- 300, Daily Capital ............... 3.50
Feb. 6- 349, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor...... 125.00
Feb. 8- 350, Treasurer Leon County...... 1,557.50
Feb. 10- 377, Treasurer Duval County..... 7,051.80
Feb. 11- 373, Treasurer Bradford County... 1,144.50
Feb. 11- 374, Treasurer Brevard County.... 1,773.80
Feb. 11- 387, Treasurer Orange County.... 2,306.50
Feb. 11- 389, Treasurer Putnam County.... 1,689.10
Feb. 11- 390, Treasurer Suwannee County.. 1,771.00
Feb. 11- 392, Treasurer Volusia County... 2,185.40
Feb. 13- 372, Treasurer Alachua County... 2,809.80
Feb. 13- 379, Treasurer Gadsden County... 776.30
Feb. 13- 380, Treasurer Hamilton County.. 945.70
Feb. 13- 381, Treasurer Hillsborough County 5,681.20
Feb. 13- 384, Treasurer Madison County... 1,295.00
Feb. 13- 385, Treasurer Marion County.... 2,567.60
Feb. 13- 386, Treasurer Nassau County.... 1,294.30
Feb. 13- 388, Treasurer Polk County....... 2,535.40
Feb. 13- 391, Treasurer Taylor County..... 856.10
Feb. 13- 378, Treasurer Escambia County.. 4,003.30
Feb. 13- 382, Treasurer Jackson County.... 1,359.10
Feb. 13- 394, Treasurer Walton County..... 1,213.80
Feb. 13- 376, Treasurer DeSoto County.... 1,890.00
Feb. 13- 383, Treasurer Jefferson County... 1,012.90
Feb. 15- 375, Treasurer Columbia County.. 1,400.00
Feb. 23- 408, Treasurer St. Johns County... 1,682.80
Feb. 23- 455, Treasurer Clay County...... 722.10
Feb. 23- 518, News Pub. Co., Pensacola.... 71.50
Feb. 23- 458, Treasurer Pasco County..... 865.20
Feb. 23- 463, Treasurer Levy County...... 1,019.90
Feb. 23- 494, Treasurer Lafayette County.. 694.40
Feb. 25- 456, Treasurer Dade County...... 2,350.60
Feb. 25- 457, Treasurer Osceola County.... 952.70
Feb. 25- 459, Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 1,205.40
Feb. 25- 407, Treasurer Lake County ...... 1,455.30
Feb. 25- 393, Treasurer Wakulla County... 445.90
Feb. 27- 406, Treasurer Lee County........ 1,133.30
Feb. 27- 499, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain.... 12.50
Feb. 27- 498, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor..... 165.40
Mar. 1- 453, Treasurer Calhoun County... 504.70
Mar. 1- 461, Treasurer Washington County. 1,166.20
Mar. 2- 462, Treasurer Manatee County... 1,229.20
Mar. 4- 454, Treasurer Citrus County..... 758.10
Mar. 4- 493, Treasurer Sumter County..... 938.00













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Mar. 4- 583, I. B. Hilson.................. 21.00
Mar. 6- 528, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain.... 6 25
Mar. 6- 401, Rev. J. E. Hodge, Chaplain... 6.25
Mar. 8- 460, Treasurer Holmes County..... 564.20
Mar. 8- 535, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor..... 125.00
Mar. 11- 550, Treasurer Baker County...... 539.70
Mar. 11- 611, Florida Times-Union ......... 71.50
Mar. 13- 605, S. H. Blitch, Physician....... 665.30
Mar. 13- 610, Tampa Tribune Pub. Co....... 71.50
Mar. 18- 530, J. S. Collier, Chaplain ....... 6.25
Mar. 30- 706, J. N. Weatherford, Chaplain.. 6.25
Apr. 10- 770, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor...... 125.00
Apr. 10- 730, D. T. McMullen, Chaplain.... 6.25
Apr. 10- 630, James C. Teter, Chaplain..... 25.00
Apr. 11- 847, Treasurer Leon County....... 854.80
Apr. 12- 836, Treasurer Duval County...... 4,186.40
Apr. 13- 829, Treasurer Brevard County.... 1,004.00
Apr. 13- 860, Treasurer Volusia County.... 1,306.00
Apr. 13- 832, Treasurer Clay County....... 415.20
Apr. 13- 833, Treasurer Columbia County.. 761.60
Apr. 13- 854, Treasurer Pasco County...... 514.80
Apr. 13- 856, Treasurer Putnam County.... 924.80
Apr. 13- 834, Treasurer Dade County ....... 1,408.00
Apr. 13- 853, Treasurer Osceola County.... 516.80
Apr. 13- 826, Treasurer Alachua County.... 1,570.40
Apr. 13- 855, Treasurer Polk County...... 1,468.40
Apr. 13- 841, Treasurer Hillsborough County 3,334.40
Apr. 13- 839, Treasurer Hamilton County.. 517.60
Apr. 13- 845, Treasurer Lafayette County... 392.00
Apr. 14- 850, Treasurer Madison County.... 725.20
Apr. 14- 858, Treasurer St. Johns County... 932.40
Apr. 14- 838, Treasurer Gadsden County... 439.60
Apr. 14- 859, Treasurer Taylor County..... 453.20
Apr. 14- 857, Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 620.00
Apr. 14- 862, Treasurer Walton County.... 736.80
Apr. 14- 846, Treasurer Lake County........ 801.20
Apr. 14-- 835, Treasurer DeSoto County..... 1,086.00
Apr. 15- 831, Treasurer Citrus County..... 435.20
Apr. 15- 942, For State Juvenile Reforma-
tory....... ...... ............. 625.00
Apr. 15- 842, Treasurer Holmes County.... 341.20
Apr. 15- 837, Treasurer Escambia County... 2,271.20
Apr. 15- 851, Treasurer Madison County... 1,521.60
Apr. 17- 843, Treasurer Jackson County.... 790.80
2 Treas.












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Apr. 17- 840, Treasurer Hernando County... 377.20
Apr. 17- 830, Treasurer Calhoun County.... 408.40
Apr. 17- 861, Treasurer Wakulla County... 242.80
Apr. 17- 827, Treasurer Baker County...... 292.40
Apr. 17- 863, Treasurer Washington County. 691.20
Apr. 17- 852, Treasurer Nassau County...... 726.00
Apr. 19- 948, Treasurer Franklin County... 304.00
Apr. 19- 828, Treasurer Bradford County... 638.80
Apr. 20- 950, S. H. Blitch, Physician....... 174.10
Apr. 20- 914, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor...... 126.55
Apr. 20- 936, L. W. Moore, Chaplain....... 6.25
Apr. 20- 889, Treasurer Suwannee County.. 876.40
Apr. 21- 844, Treasurer Jefferson County... 559.20
Apr. 21- 912, Treasurer Lee County........ 576.40
Apr. 24- 975, Treasurer Hernando County.. 665.00
Apr. 24- 890, Treasurer Sumter County.... 513.60
Apr. 24- 939, T. H. Sistrunk, Chaplain..... 4.17
Apr. 24- 907, J. E. Hodge, Chaplain....... 6.25
Apr. 26- 849, Treasurer Liberty County.... 215.20
Apr. 27- 750, H. B. Frazee, Chaplain...... 6.25
Apr. 27- 938, W. B. Tresca, Chaplain....... 6.25
Apr. 29- 891, Treasurer Manatee County... 669.20
May 1- 937, J. H. Brockton, Chaplain..... 6.25
May 3- 949, Treasurer Orange County..... 1,359.20
May 5- 940, James C. Teter, Chaplain..... 6.25
May 6- 976, P. B. Bedford, Chaplain...... 18.75
May 6- 848, Treasurer Levy County....... 586.80
May 10- 993, C. H. Dickinson, Secretary... 75.00
May 10- 892, Treasurer Monroe County ..... 633.60
May 11-1077, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain..... 6.25
May 12-1199, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor....... 125.00
May 17-1181, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain..... 6.25
May 17-1134, Florida Naval Stores Co....... 780.00
June 14-1277, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain.... 6.25
June 19-1380, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor..... 125.00
June 19-1381, N. A. Blitch, Sup. Tray. Ex... 173.10
June 23-1525, The Capital Pub. Co......... .10.00
June 28-1532, Seaboard Air Line Railway.. 25.00
July 1-1568, C. H. Dickinson, Secretary... 75.00
July 7-1538, J. N. Weatherford, Chaplain.. 6.25
July 8-1537, D. T. McMullen, Chaplain.... 6.25
July 10-1539, W. H. Parker, Chaplain..... 6.25
July 11-1713, E. E. McLin, contingent exp.. 21.25
July 14-1725, C. D. Clark, Supervisor...... 149.35












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July 20-1810, For State Juvenile Reforma-
tory. ......................... 625.00
July 22-1848, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor..... 125.00
July 24-1278, Robert Daily, Chaplain...... 6.25
July 31-1832, Rev. J. C. Hodge, Chaplain... 6.25
July 31-1833, Rev. T. H. Sistrunk, Chaplain. 6.25
July 31-1838, Rev. G. F. Austin, Chaplain.. 25.00
Aug. 2-1791, Fla. Naval Stores & Com. Co.. 960.00
Aug. 2-1839, J. H. Brockton, Chaplain.... 4.16
Aug. 3-1837, H. B. Frazee, Chaplain...... 6.25
Aug. 3-1855, N. A. Blitch, Sup., Tray. Exp. 124.95
Aug. 5-1924, Capital Publishing Co....... 18.00
Aug. 5-1835, Rev. James C. Teter, Chaplain. 6.25
Aug. 9-1858, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain.... 12.50
Aug. 11-1830, Rev. P. B. Bedford, Chaplain. 6.25
Aug. 12-1895, W. F. Allen, Chaplain....... 6.25
Aug. 16-1941, W. H. Milton, for State Juve-
nile Reformatory .............. 3,200.00
Aug. 19-1831, J. S. Brooke, ChAplain....... 6.25
Aug. 21-1834, J. H. Hayman, Chaplain..... 6.25
Aug. 22-2292, C. D. Clark, Sup., Tray. Exp.. 148.45
Aug. 31-2246, Treasurer Monroe County... 1,105.30
Sept. 4-2319, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain... 6.25
Sept. 9-2445, N. A. Blitch, Sup., Tray. Exp. 115.94
Sept. 13-1954, Erastus W. Clark........... 1.00
Sept. 15-2503, L. W. Moore, Chaplain...... 6.25
Sept. 22-2732, Capital Publishing Company. 12.50
Sept. 22-1829, W. B. Tresca, Chaplain..... 6.25
Sept. 30-2873, For Pension Fund, appropria-
tion under Chapter 5376, Acts
of 1905. ...................... 70,000.00
Oct. 3-2950, C. D. Clark, Supervisor..... 375.00
Oct. 3-2934, E. E. McLin, Clk Prison Dept. 375.00
Oct. 3-2929, C. H. Dickinson, con. exp.... 25.00
Oct. 6-2996, John McDougall, P. M...... 23.50
Oct. 11-2886, N. A. Blitch, Supervisor..... 375.00
Oct. 12-3042, Fla. Naval Stores & Com. Co.. 920.00
Oct. 13-3045, M. F. Shoemaker, Chaplain.. 8.00
Oct. 13-3044, M. F. Shoemaker, Chaplain.. 8.00
Oct. 14-2952, C. D. Clark, Sup., trav. exp... 145.75
Oct. 16-2983, D. T. McMullen, Chaplain... 6.25
Oct. 18-3063, W. H. Milton, for State Juve-
nile Reformatory. ............... 1,250.00
Oct. 20-3269, M. A. Brown ............... 50.00













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Oct. 20-3062, N. A. Blitch, Sup., tray. exp.. 144.00
Oct. 21-3270, William Richardson......... 10.00
Oct. 31-3395, C. D. Clark, Sup., tray. exp.. 98.60
Nov. 3-3376, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain.... 6.25
Nov. 3-3377, J. P. Abbott, Chaplain...... 6.25
Nov. 4-3378, P. B. Bedford, Chaplain..... 18.75
Nov. 6-3380, J. E. Hodge, Chaplain...... 6.25
Nov. 9-3472, Miss Mattie Vinson......... 10.00
Nov. 11-2982, W. H. Parker, Chaplain..... 6.25
Nov. 11- 3433, N. A. Blitch................ 11.70
Nov. 15-3381, T. H. Sistrunk, Chaplain.... 6.25
Nov. 15-3482, L. W. Moore, Chaplain...... 6.25
Nov. 16-3115, Jos. S. Brooke, Chaplain.... 6.25
Nov. 20-3568, Capital Publishing Company. 30.00
Nov. 20-3569, Seaboard Air Line Railway.. 25.00
Nov. 23-3481, H. B. Frazee, Chaplain...... 12.50
Nov. 24-3588, Geo. F. Austin, Chaplain.... 12.50
Dec. 5-3679, B. E. McLin, contingent exp.. 27.75
Dec. 7-3651, E. E. McLin................ 19.40
Dec. 8-4034, N. A. Blitch, Sup., tray. exp.. 142.15
Dec. 8-4070, C. D. Clark, Sup., tray. exp.. 90.90
Dec. 11-4028, E. E. McLin, contingent exp.. 34.15
Dec. 15-4001, R. F. Mountain, Chaplain.... 6.25
Dec. 21-4333, C. D. Clark, contingent exp.. 70.83
Dec. 28-4432, For Pension Fund, appropria-
tion under Chapter 5376, Acts
of 1905. ....................... 50,000.00
Dec. 28-4156, M. F. Allen, Chaplain....... 6.25

Total disbursements for the year...$244,531.90
Dec. 31-Balance ....................... 6,193.46
$250,725.36
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund.............. $ 6,193.46


INDIAN WAR CLAIMS FUND.
RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report.............. $25,000.00

$25,000.00











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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

No disbursements.
Dec. 31-Balance .......................$25,000.00

$25,000.00
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund.............. .25,000.00



PRINCIPAL OF STATE SCHOOL FUND.

(Uninvested.)

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report............. $ 3,429.32
Sep. 26-Received from Thos. J. Dekle, County
Judge ot Bradford County, proceeds
from Escheated Estate of N. P.
Christensen, deceased. ............ 105.00
Dec. 13-Received from United States Govern-
ment 5 per cent. of Land Sales for
the year ending June 30, 1905...... 2,543.82
Dec. 31-Land Sales during the year........ 29,999.75

$36,077.89
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 9-Purchased $2,200.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 97 flat............$ 2,134.00
Jan. 27-Purchased $1,200.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 961/ flat.......... 1,155.00
Mar. 10-Purchased $2,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 963/4 flat........... 1,935.00
Mar. 13-Purchased $1,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 9634 flat........... 967.50
Mar. 30-Purchased $1,200.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 9634 flat.......... 1,161.00
-Ar. 10-Purchased $1,500.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 97 flat............. 1,455.00














May 12-Purchased $1,900.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 97 flat............ 1,843.00
Aug. 7-Purchased $5,700.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 961/2 flat.......... 5,500.50
Aug. 9-Expense on $5,700.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds from New York........ 1.38
Sept. 18-Purchased $3,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 963/ flat......... 2,902.50
Oct. 14-Purchased $4,100.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 963/ flat...... ..... 3,966.75
Oct. 30-Purchased $1,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 9634 flat.......... 967.50
Nov. 8-Purchased $2,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 97 flat............ 1,940.00
Nov. 29-Purchased $6,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Registered Bonds at 97 flat... 5,820.00
Dec. 2-Purchased $1,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds at 97 flat............. 970.00
Dec. 26-Purchased $3,000.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 per cent. Bonds at 97 flat.. 2,917.50

Total disbursements for the year.... $35,636.63
Dec. 31-Balance. ....................... 441.26
$36,077.89
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund...............$ 441.26



INTEREST OF STATE SCHOOL FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report.............. $16,679.27
Jan. 3-Interest on $189,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 per cent. Bonds........... 2,842.50
Interest on $273,900.00 Tennessee 3
per cent. Bonds................. 4,108.50
Interest on $76,000.00 North Carolina
4 per cent. Bonds............... 1,520.0o
Interest on $22,000.00 Alabama "A"
5 per cent. Bonds................ 550.00












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Interest on $34,000.00 Alabama "B"
5 per cent. Bonds................ 850.00
Interest on $7,000.00 Alabama "C"
4 per cent. Bonds ............... 140.00
Interest on $75,000.00 Tennessee 3
per cent. Registered Bonds........ 1,125.00
Interest on $3,000.00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent. Registered Bonds....... 75.00
Interest on one Consolidated Florida
3 per cent. Bond for $242,800.00... 3,642.00
Interest on one Consolidated Florida
3 per cent. Bond for $125,367.00... 1,880.50
July 1-Interest on $189,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 per cent. Bonds............. 2,842.50
Interest on $284,900.00 Tennessee 3
per cent. Bonds ................ 4,273.50
Interest on $76,000.00 North Carolina
4 per cent. Bonds............... 1,520.00
Interest on $34,000.00 Alabama "B"
5 per cent. Bonds .............. 850.00
Interest on $22,000.00 Alabama "A"
5 per cent. Bonds................ 550.00
Interest on $7,000.00 Alabama "C" 4
per cent. Bonds ................. 140.00
Interest on $75,000.00 Tennessee 3
per cent. Registered Bonds....... 1,125.00
Interest on $3,000.00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent. Registered Bonds........ 75.00
Interest on one Consolidated Florida
3 per cent. Bond for $242,800.00... 3,642.00
Interest on one Consolidated Florida
3 per cent. Bond for $125,367.00... 1,880.50

$50,311.27
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.


Paid.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.


Warr.
8-358, Treasurer Leon County........ $
9-346, Treasurer Duval County.......
9-362, Treasurer Franklin County .....
10-35, Treasurer Putnam County......
11-348, Treasurer Hn milton County....
11-347, T, ., .i1. r Columbia County. ....
11-360, Treasurer Walton County......


1,264.40
2,188.40
273.60
652.00
588.80
980.40
600.00











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Feb. 11-361, Treasurer Escambia County.... 1,459.60
Feb. 11-365, Treasurer Pasco County....... 316.00
Feb. 11-371, Treasurer Orange County...... 796.80
Feb. 13-366, Treasurer Gadsden County..... 1,160.80
Feb. 13-367, Treasurer Dade County........ 496.80
Feb. 13-370, Treasurer Polk County......... 974.80
Feb. 13-368, Treasurer Marion County....... 1,828.80
Feb. 13-369, Treasurer Hillsborough County.. 1,976.40
Feb. 13-337, Treasurer Baker County........ 293.60
Feb. 23-482, Treasurer Brevard County...... 373.20
Feb. 23-488, Treasurer St. Johns County.... 467.20
Feb. 23-466, Treasurer Madison County..... 1,314.80
Feb. 23-470, Treasurer Volusia County...... 766.40
Feb. 23-471, Treasurer Levy County........ 543.20
Feb. 25-403, Treasurer Jackson County..... 1,879.20
Feb. 25-484, Treasurer Suwannee County.... 978.40
Feb. 25-485, Treasurer Nassau County...... 504.80
Feb. 25-490, Treasurer Osceola County...... 266.00
Feb. 25-489, Treasurer Clay County........ 332.80
Feb. 25-468, Treasurer Santa Rosa County.. 716.80
Feb. 25-465, Treasurer Jefferson County.... 1,213.60
Feb. 25-486, Treasurer DeSoto County...... 754.40
Feb. 25-469, Treasurer Wakulla County..... 289.60
Feb. 27-405, Treasurer Lee County.......... 217.60
Mar. 1-404, Treasurer Bradford County.... 689.20
Mar. 1-464, Treasurer Calhoun County..... 242.80
Mar. 1-467, Treasurer Washington County.. 663.20
Mar. 1-473, Treasurer Manatee County..... 473.60)
Mar. 2-472, Treasurer Taylor County...... 328.40
Mar. 4-474, Treasurer Citrus County....... 249.20
Mar. 6-487, Treasurer Monroe County...... 393.20
Mar. 9-552, Treasurer Lake County........ 520.10
Mar. 10-553, Treasurer Holmes County...... 533.20
Mar. 13-549, Treasurer Lafayette County.... 278.40
Mar. 15-551, Treasurer Sumter County...... 423.20
Apr. 17-547, Treasurer Liberty County...... 203.60
Apr. 22-973, Treasurer Alachua County..... 1,738.00
Apr. 24-974, Treasurer Hernando County... 206.80

Total disbursements for the year..... $33,412.40
Dec. 31-Balance...... ................... 16,898.87

1906. $50,311.27
1906. Balance in the Fund...............16898.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund.............. .$16,898.817











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PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.

1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report.................$ 24.17
Dec. 31-Land Sales during the year ............ 942.72
$966.89
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.
1905.
Dec. 19-Purchased $1,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Registered Bond............... $966.89


INTEREST OF SEMINARY FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.

1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report ................ 986.25
Jan. 4-Interest on $7,500.00 Virginia Century
3 per cent. Bonds................. 112.50
Interest on $15,000.00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent. Bonds.................. 375.00
Interest on $2,200.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds. ..................... 33.00
Jan. 5-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent. Bond for $76,600.00 .... .1,149.00
Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent. Bond for $21,000.00...... 315.00
July 1-Interest on $15,000.00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent. Bonds.................. 375.00
Interest on $7,500.00 Virginia Century
3 per cent. Bonds................ 112.50
Interest on $2,200.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent. Bonds. ..................... 33.00
Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent. Bond for $76,600.00...... 1,149.00
Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent. Bond for $21,000.00...... 315.00

$4,955.25












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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Paid. Warr.
Feb. 20-480, Treasurer West Fla. Seminary...$ 992.25

Total disbursements for the year.... $ 992.25
Dec. 31-Balance. ...... .................. 3,963.00

$4,955.25
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund .............. .$3,963.00



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by or-
der of the Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
(formerly Florida Agricultural College), and were paid
by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treasurer
of the University.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, rROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-
SIVE.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund....... $ 2.63
Jan. 3-Interest on one $131,900
Fla. 3 per cent. Refund-
ing Bond ..............$1,978.50
Interest on one $3,900 Fla.
3 per cent. Refunding
Bond. ...... ........... 58.50
Interest on $8,000 North
Carolina 4 per cent Bonds 160.00 2,197.00

Apl. 1-Interest on $10,000 North
Carolina 6 per cent.
Bonds. ............... 300.00

$2,499.63












27


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 6-3318, W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, sun.... 249.04
Jan. 6-3325, Elmore Young, sal. Dec. 1904... 18.00
Jan. 6-3326, Wm. Martin, sal. Dec. 1904..... 20.00
Jan. 6-3328, Oscar Jenkins, sal. Dec. 1904.... 20.00
Jan. 6-3329, T. B. Byrd, sal. Dec. 1904....... 20.00
Jan. 12-3324, T. G. Kelley, sal. Dec: 1904..... 35.00
Jan. 16-3332, E. R. Flint, sal. Dec. 1904....... 25.00
Jan. 18-3338, Columbia Tel. Co., rent Dec. 1904. 2.25
Jan. 18-3373, R. Bowen Daniel, Gen. Agt.,
guarantee bond premium............. 15.90
Jan. 18-3381, J. C. C. Robarts, wood......... 75.00
Jan. 19-3340, H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies... 33.09
Jan. 19-3362, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams....... .95
Jan. 19-3366, Jas. E. Young, supplies......... 27.75
Jan. 19-3374, H. & W. B. Drew Co., magazine
files. ............................ 8.88
Jan. 19-3375, B. E. Raulerson, P. M., postage
and box rent ...................... 6.00
Jan. 20-3334, T. J. Appleyard, advertising..... 2.25
Jan. 20-3354, Porter & Glover, supplies........ 10.35
Jan. 20-3370, G. S. Young, supplies............. 3.05
Jan. 23-3342, Lake City Elec. & Water Co.,
lights for Oct., Nov. and Dec., 1904.. 310.00
Jan. 25-3347, J. L. Hills, Sec-Treas, asso. fee.. 15.00
Jan. 30-3384, Andrew Sledd, sal. Jan., 1905... 187.50
Feb. 1-3385, J. C. C. Robarts, wood.......... 25.00
Feb. 3-3410, C. A. Finley, sal. Jan. 1905..... 50.00
Feb. 3-3415, Wm. Martin, sal. Jan. 1905..... 20.00
Feb. 3-3389, Ed. R. Flint, sal. Jan. 1905..... 25.00
Feb. 6-3413, T. G. Kelley, sal. Jan. 1905..... 35.00
Feb. 6-3417, Oscar Jenkins, sal. Jan. 1905... 20.00
Feb. 6-3408, J. C. Jeffery, sal. Jan. 1905...... 100.00
Feb. 8-3330, G. W. Alexander, sal. Oct., Nov.,
and Dec. 1904 ..................... 18.00
Feb. 8-3416, Chas. Jenkins, sal. Jan. 1905.... 25.00
Feb. 8-3418, T. B. Byrd, sal. Jan. 1905...... 20.00
Feb. 8-3424, C. H. Maguire, sal. Jan. 1905.... 10.00
Feb. 8-3452, T. J. Appleyard, advt. and prntg. 7.25
Feb. 8-3458, H. L. Dodd, advt. and prntg.... 68.35
Feb. 8-3438, Knight Crockery Co., supplies.. 7.00













Feb. 9-3414, Elmore Young, sal. Jan. 1905.... 18.00
Feb. 9-3464, Porter & Glover, feed & supplies. 12.80
Feb. 9-3467, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams........ 1.87
Feb. 9-3455, Columbia Tel. Co., rent Jan. 1905. 2.25
Feb. 10-3431, East Coast Lumber Co., material
for tables. ................... ..... 22.60
Feb. 11-3440, Markham Book Co., frame...... 1.60
Feb. 11-3448, W. A. Sheppard, blk work...... 3.00
Feb. 11-3454, Carter & Russell Pub, Co. advt... 5.00
Feb. 11-3471, G. S. Young, supplies........... 9.20
Feb. 13-3443, M. J. Okerlund, advertising..... 10.00
Feb. 13-3477, J. T. Jones, hauling lumber..... 3.00
Feb. 13-3433, Lake City Elec. & Water Co.,
lights and water, Jan. 1905......... 200.00
Feb. 13-3436, General Electric Co., supplies... 23.20
Feb. 17-3327, Chas. Jenkins, sal. Dec. 1904.... 25.00
Mar. 4-3499, E. R. Flint, sal. Feb. 1905...... 25.00
Mar. 6-3481, W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, sund.. 134.62
Mar. 6-3531, Wm. Martin, sal. Feb. 1905..... 20.00
Mar. 6-3533, Oscar Jenkins, sal. Feb. 1905... 20.00
Mar. 6-3534, T. B. Byrd, sal. Feb. 1905...... 20.00
Mar. 9-3530, Elmore Young, sal. Feb. 1905... 18.00
Mar. 9-3535, T. J. Appleyard, advertising.. 2.25
Mar. 9-3540, Knight Crockery Co., toilet paper 10.50
Mar. 10-3537, Columbia Tele. Co., 'phone rent. 2.25
Mar. 11-3556, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams....... 1.58
Apr. 6-3407, W. K. Jackson, sal. Jan. 1905... 16.66
Apr. 10-3519, W. K. Jackson, sal. Feb. 1905... 16.66
Apr. 12-3615, T. J. Appleyard, adv. March, 1905 2.25
Apr. 14-3496, E. R. Wharton, furniture....... 47.40
May 4-3675, Ed. R. Flint, sal. April, 1905.... 25.00
May 6-3708, Gen. Elec. Co., electric lamps.. 2.40
May 10-3713, W. B. Cathey, table for Geol.
Department. ...................... 15.00
May 10-3720, Fla. Times-Union, telegrams.... 4.52
May 11-3710, T. J. Appleyard, prntg & adv...., 3.50
May 11-3714, Columbia Telephone Co., rent... 2.25
May 17-3717, Lake City Electric & Water Co.,
lights, April, 1905................. 110.00
May 17-3728, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams...... 6.12
May 18-3421, G. W. Alexander, sal. Jan. 1905.. 6.00


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29


June 5-3723, Markham Book Co., frame.... 2.50
June 5-3742, J. H. Slagle, Mgr., photo work... 3.20
June 5-3738, The Record Co., cut for catalogue 3.00

Total disbursements ........... $2,373.79
June 5- Balance. ...................... 125.81

$2,499.63
June 5- Balance in the Fund.............$ 125.84


AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND (Continued).
Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5381,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, warrants are
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of the
provisions of said Chapter 5384.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31sT, IN-
CLUSIVE.
1905
June 5-Balance as shown above...............$ 125.84
July 1-Interest on one $131,900.00
Florida 3 per cent. Re-
funding Bond. .........$1,978.50
Interest on one $3,900.00
Florida 3 per cent. Re-
funding Bond. ......... 58.50
Interest on $8,000.00 North
Carolina 4 per cent Bonds 160.00 2,197.00
Oct. 2-Interest on $10,000 North
Carolina 6 per cent Bonds 300.00

$2,622.84

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31sT, INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 17-2013, T. B. Byrd, janitor, half July...$ 10.00
Aug. 17-2012, C. A. Finley, Libr., July........ 62.50
Aug. 17-2010, Charles Jenkins, jan., July..... 25.00
Aug. 17-2009, Wm. Martin, jan., July......... 20.00














Aug. 19-2014, Oscar Jenkins, jan., July.......
Aug. 19-2011, T. G. Kelly, watchman, July..,.
Aug. 29-W. P. Jernigan, Aud., frt. exp., and
cash advanced, Jacksonville trip....
Sep. 7-2483, H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery.
Sep. 11-2495, Porter & Glover, supplies......
Sep. 11-2485, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams.......
Sep. 23-2484, B. E. Raulerson, P. O. box rent.
Sep. 29-2770, C. A. Finley, Libr., August.....
Oct. 2-2835, H. T. Perkins, stenog., August..
Oct. 2-2833, Andrew Sledd, Pres., August...
Oct. 2-2834, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., August..
Oct. 2-2839, Oscar Jenkins, jan., August....
Oct. 2-2837, Wm. Martin, jan., August......
Oct. 2-2843, L. C. Elec. & W. Co., lights and
water, July ..................... .
Oct. 5-2841, Columbia Tel. Co., 'phone rent,


20.00
35.00

18.09
17.00
11.40
7.99
1.00
62.50
40.00
208.33
100.00
20.00
20.00

200.00


July and August .................. 4.50
Oct. 6-2836, T. G. Kelly, watchman, August. 35.00
Oct. 7-2840, Porter & Glover, supplies....... 10.60
Oct. 9-2842, L. C. L. & W. Co., lights, Aug.... 110.00
Oct. 13-2838, Chas. Jenkins, jan., August.... 25.00
Oct. 24-3251, Andrew Sledd, Prest., Sept..... 208.33
Oct. 24-3252, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., Sept..... 100.00
Oct. 24-3253, C. A. Finley, Libr., Sept........ 62.50
Oct. 25-3257, Oscar Jenkins, jan., Sept....... 20.00
Oct. 25-3256, Wm. Martin, jan., Sept............ 20.00
Oct. 25-3255, T. G. Kelly, watchman, Sept..... 35.00
Oct. 27-3258, Chas. Jenkins, jan., Sept....... 25.00
Oct. 30-3254, H. T. Perkins, stenog., Sept.... 40.00
Nov. 16-2486, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., frt. & exp. 20.99

Total disbursements. ........... $1,595.73
Dec. 31- Balance ...................... 1,027.11

$2,622.84
Disbursed from January 1st to June 5th..... .$2,373.79
Disbursed from June 5th to December 31st..... 1,595.73

Total disbursements during the year....... .$3,969.52
1906.
Jan. 1- Balance in the Fund............ $1,027.11












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EXPERIMENT STATION FUND.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by or-
der of the Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
(formerly Florida Agricultural College), and were paid
by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treasurer
of the University.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, IN-
CLUSIVE.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund ................ $ 1.69
Jan. 9-U. S. Government Appropriation...... 3,750.00
Apl. 8-U. S. Government Appropriation...... 3,750.00

$7,501.69

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.

1905.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 16-3333, E. R. Flint, expenses...........$ 50.50
Jan. 16-3360, E. H. Sellards, expenses........ 20.30
Jan. 17-3345, Florida Cotton Oil Co.......... 49.00
Jan. 18-3337, Wm. A. Bours & Co., rock salt... 3.00
Jan. 18-3339, Columbia T. Co., rent, Dec., 1904 2.25
Jan. 18-3344, J. A. Fisher, repairs carriage pole 3.50
Jan. 18-3351, J. H. McLaurin Co., (seed) po-
tatoes. .......................... 6.65
Jan. 18-3353, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., fertilizer 129.24
Jan. 19-3349, Industrial Record Pub. Co., Bul-
letins. ........................... 229.46
Jan. 19-3369, Jas. E. Young, supplies......... 22.40
Jan. 20-3335, T. J. Appleyard, printing....... 20.00
Jan. 20-3355, Porter & Glover, feed.......... 1.80
Jan. 20-3382, State Exchange Bank, B-L on
bran. ................. ......... 38.95
Jan. 21-3346, Peter Henderson, seeds......... 7.39
Jan. 23-3341, Eimer & Amend, chem. supplies. 36.07
Jan. 23-3352, Mann & Johnson, lumber....... 12.28
Jan. 23-3357, Reasoner Bros., plants......... 17.50
Jan. 23-3359, F. M. Rolfs, expenses.......... 9.89













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Jan. 23-3376, F. M. Rolfs, expenses........... 1.50
Jan. 23-3343, L. C. Elec. & W. Co., water, Dec.. 90.00
Jan. 23-3364, White-Blakeslee Mfg. Co., dry
cells for engine for Agri. Dept...... 4.50
Jan. 25-3336, Bausch & Lomb Op. Co., appara-
tus for Hort. Dept................. 30.33
Jan. 25-3348, Jos. L. Hills, Treas., asso. fee.... 15.00
Jan. 28-3358, F. C. Reimer, expenses.......... 2.30
Feb. 2-3386, C. M. Conner, sal. Jan.......... 125.00
Feb. 3-3422, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, salary
and pay roll, January ............. 171.65
Feb. 3-3423, J. H. Jeffries, gardener, salary
and pay roll, January .............. 128.07
Feb. 3-3390, Ed. R. Flint, sal. Jan......... 116.66
Feb. 4-3391, E. H. Sellards, sal. Jan......... 91.66
Feb. 4-3394, C. F. Dawson, sal. Jan.......... 125.00
Feb. 4-3398, A. W. Blair, sal. Jan........... 83.33
Feb. 4-3402, R. A. Lichtenthaeler, sal. Jan... 50.00
Feb. 4-3412, S. A. Robert, sal. Jan.............. 50.00
Feb. 4-3392, F. M. Rolfs, sal. Jan............ 120.00
Feb. 6-3409, W. P. Jernigan, sal. Jan........ 83.33
Feb. 8-3459, H. L. Dodd, prtg and stationery. 42.15
Feb. 8-3428, Christie-Groover Drug Co., chem-
icals. .............................. 3.40
Feb. 8-3430, H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies.. 2.50
Feb. 8-3444, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., fertilizer. 3.80
Feb. 9-3465, Porter & Glover, feed & supplies. 6.80
Feb. 9-3468, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams....... 1.04
Feb. 9-3451, Frank Adams, salt............. 2.60
Feb. 9-3456, Columbia Tel. Co., rent. Jan..... 2.25
Feb. 11-3446, F. M. Rolfs, expenses.......... 8.09
Feb. 11-3487, H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery. 3.00
Feb. 13-3475, Jas. E. Young, supplies......... 4.33
Feb. 13-3437, Peter Henderson & Co., book.... 2.50
Feb. 13-3460, J. A. Fisher, blacksmith work.. 1.20
Feb. 15-3480, T. W. Wood & Sons, seed....... 8.45
Feb. 15-3441, N. Y. Ento. Soc., subscription.. 2.00
Feb. 17-3492, Andrew Sledd, sal. Feb........ 187.50
Feb. 22-3489, Rural Pub. Co., subscription.... 3.00
Feb. 23-3447, E. H. Sellards, expenses........ 20.74
Mar. 4-3457,,C. M. Conner, expenses............ 21.08
Mar. 4-3521, W. P. Jernigan, sal. Feb........ 83.33
Mar. 4-3526, J. H. Jeffries, gardener, sal. and
pay roll February................... 121.06











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Mar. 4-3527, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, sal. and
pay roll February................. 165.06
Mar. 4-3411, H. T. Perkins, sal. Jan.......... 40.00
Mar. 4-3523, H. T. Perkins, sal. Feb......... 40.00
Mar. 6-3525, S. A. Robert, sal. Feb.......... 50.00
Mar. 8-3510, A. W. Blair, sal. Feb........... 83.33
Mar. 8-3539, C. M. Conner, expenses......... 4.25
Mar. 8-3434, Ento. News, subscription....... 1.00
Mar. 9-3536, T. J. Appleyard, printing....... 20.00
Mar. 9-3550, F. M. Rolfs, expenses and fert.. 48.89
Mar. 9-3549, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., fertilizer 4.40
Mar. 10-3538, Columbia Tel. Co., 'phone rent.. 2.25
Mar. 10-3554, G. L. Taber, trees.............. 58.98
Mar. 10-3466, Jacob Reese, fertilizer......... 9.00
Mar. 11-3532, Chas. Jenkins, sal. Feb......... 25.00
Mar. 13-3543, Fla. Veg. Co., expenses............ 56.15
Mar. 13-3566, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 75.07
Mar. 13-3567, J. H. Jefferies, sal. part Mar.... 11.66
Mar. 13-3570, Commercial Bank, publications. 19.75
Mar. 15-3557, Adams Supply Co., salt.......... 1.20
Mar. 15-3552, G. E. Stechert & Co., publications 7.60
Mar. 16-3560, Porter & Glover, feed.......... 6.45
Mar. 16-3547, The Kny-Scheerer Co., apparatus .90
Mar. 17-3562, Jas. E. Young, supplies........ 10.45
Mar. 20-3551, E. H. Sellards, expenses........ 12.23
Apl. 3-3588, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, sal. and
pay roll, March................... 144.99
Apl. 5-3586, S. A. Robert, sal. March......... 50.00
Apl. 5-3587, F. M. Stearns, gardener, sal. and
pay roll, March.. I ............. 66.30
Apl. 6-3583, A. W. Blair, sal. March......... 83.33
Apl. 12-3616, T. J. Appleyard, printing....... 5.00
Apl. 12-3620, Wm. A. Bours & Co., seed....... 3.00
Apl. 13-3626, Columia Tel. Co., rent, March... 2.25
Apl. 14-3486, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 148.10
Apl. 14-3651, Ed. R. Flint, expenses.......... 16.25
Apl. 14-3668, W. P. Jernigan, And., sundries.. 46.48
Apl. 14-3643, T. W. Wood & Sons, seeds...... 1.73
Apl. 14-3653, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., fertilizer. 65.00
Apl. 14-3657, Standard Oil Co., gasoline...... 19.25
Apl. 14-3655, Record Co., printing ............ 121.00
Apl. 15-3659, G. L. Taber, fruit.............. 5.00
Apl. 15-3663, Andrew Sledd, sal. April........ 187.50
3 Treas.












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Apl. 18-3660, H. W. Weisbrodt, cut for bulle-
tins. ............................
Apl. 20-3650, J. A. Fisher, blacksmith work...
Apl. 21-3622, S. E. Cassino, publication......
Apl. 24-3619, A. W. Blair, expenses...........
Apl. 26-3656, L. B. Skinner, fruit............
May 3-3691, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, pay roll
April. ...........................
May 3-3694, W. P. Jernigan, sal. April......
May 4-3680, C. F. Dawson, sal. April........
May 4-3684, A. W. Blair, sal. April..........
May 4-3687, F. C. Reimer, sal. April........
May 4-3681, C. M. Conner, sal. April........
May 4-3676, Ed. R. Flint, sal. April.........
May 5-3678, F. M. Rolfs, sal. April...........
May 5-3696, H. T. Perkins, sal. April........
May 5-3700, S. A. Robert, sal. April.........
May 10-3677, E. H. Sellards, sal. April.......
May 11-3725, W. P. Sheppard, seed..........
May 11-3716, Crenshaw Bros., seed...........
May 11-3715, Columbia Tel. Co., rent, April...
May 13-3711, E. A. Barnes, labels............
May 17-3729, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.
May 17-3718, L. C. E. & W. Co., water, April..
May 17-3706, Chas. Jenkins, sal. April........
June 5-3755, F. M. Rolfs, sal. May...........
June 5-3757, C. M. Conner, sal. May..........
June 5-3763, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, labor
pay roll, May .....................
June 5-3759, F. C. Reimer, sal. May..........
June 5-3756, C. F. Dawson, sal. May.........
June 5-3747, Wilson & Toomer Fert. Co., fert.
June 5-3739, The Record Co., printing.......


78.05
3.90
2.62
8.19
1.50

69.17
83.33
125.00
83.33
62.50
125.00
116.66
120.00
40.00
50.00
91.66
3.20
1.25
2.25
5.00
23.03
90.00
25.00
120.00
125.00

80.45
62.50
125.00
30.00
40.00


Total disbursements. ............$5,992.22
June 5- Balance .................... 1,509.47
$7,501.69


1905.
June 5-


Balance in the Fund............ $1,509.47










85


EXPERIMENT STATION FUND (Continued).

Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants are
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of the
provisions of said Chapter 5384.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31ST, IN-
CLUSIVE.
1905.
June 5-Balance as shown above............ $1,509.47
July 10-U. S. Government appropriation..... 3,750.00
Oct. 9-U. S. Government appropriation..... 3,750.00
$9,009.47

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31sT, INCLUSIVE.
1905.
Paid. Warr.
July 3-1561, F. C. Reimer, Botanist, June...$ 62.50
July 3-1565, E. H. Sellards, Entomologist,
June. ....... ................... 91.66
July 3-1562, C. M. Conner, Agriculturist, June 125.00
July 3-1564, F. M. Rolfs, Botanist, June..... 120.00
July 3-1559, Ed. R. Flint, Chemist, June .... 116.66
July 12-1560, Jas. E. Young, supplies........ 11.24
July 18-1563, C. F. Dawson, Vet., June....... 125.00
Aug. 16-2007, E. R. Flint, Chemist, July...... 125.00
Aug. 16-2001, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., July..... 100.00
Aug. 17-2003, A. W. Blair, Chemist, July..... 100.00
Aug. 17-2000, H. T. Perkins, stenog., July..... 40.00
Aug. 17-2006, E. H. Sellards, Entomolo., July. 104.16
Aug. 17-2005, F. M. Rolfs, Botanist, July.... 116.66
Aug. 18-2004, C. M. Conner, Agriculturist, July 125.00
Aug. 21-2008; Andrew Sledd, Director, July... 208.33
Aug. 29-2343, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries. 118.60
Aug. 30-2321, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., fertilizer 35.35
Aug. 30-2322, H. & W. B. Drew Co., printing.. 48.00
Aug. 31-2324, 1st Natl. Bank, Lake City, for:
J. W. Hinsley, library fix-
tures .............. .56.00
R. A. Lichtenthaeler, Asst.













Chemist, May. ........ 50.00
Jas. E. Young, supplies.. 8.05
Porter & Glover, supplies. 11.90
Porter & Glover, supplies. 5.20 131.15
Aug. 31-2326, Fla. Veg. Co., labor and rent.... 16.50
Aug. 31-2325, State Ex. Bank, Lake City, for:
E. R. Flint, May........ 116.66
J. D. Street, supplies.. 3.60
L. C. E. & W. Co., wa-
ter, May............ 90.00
Columbia Tel. Co., rent,
May. ... ............ 2.25 212.51
Sep. 2-2323, G. E. Stechert & Co., publications 1.52
Sep. 4-2068, S. A. Roberts, Agriculturist. July 50.00
Sep. 5-2002, F. C. Reimer, Botanist, July.... 62.50
Sep. 7-2481, C. B. VanDeman Co., feed sup.. 44.00
Sep. 8-2482, J. Q. Wills, prints, Hort. Dept... 2.00
Sep. 8-2478, Standard Oil Co., gasolene...... 56.65
Sep. 9-2477, The Record Co., printing........ 64.00
Sep. 11-2479, G. E. Stechert & Co., supplies... 14.03
Sep. 11-2504, Fred Robinson, labor in July... 24.30
Sep. 11-2476, Porter & Glover, supplies........ 15.15
Sep. 11-2475, Phila. Book Co., books.......... 42.05
Sep. 11-2472, Electro. Pub. Co. publication.... 2.00
Sep. 11-2344, Commercial Bank, Lake City, for:
E. H. Sellards, Entomo-
logist, May. ..........91.66
W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams,
May. ................ 1.11
H. A. Gossard, sundries.. 2.68
Chas. Jenkins, jan., May. 25.00
S. R. Roberts, Agricultur-
ist, May. ............... 50.00
H. T. Perkins, stenog.,
May. ............... 40.00
A. W. Blair, Chem., May. 83.33 293.78
Sep. 13-2471, Eimer & Amend, supplies....... 34.63
Sep. 13-2470, C. F. Dawson, trip Jaxv......... 3.55
Sep. 18-2507, Joe Forest, 17 days labor....... 17.00
Sep. 18-2508, Will Riley, labor................ 6.35
Sep. 18-2506, DeWitt Hart, labor in July..... 21.24
Sep. 18-2509, Robert Smith, labor in July..... 21.66
Sep. 18-2512, Gordon Jones, sal. July......... 25.00
Sep. 18-2511, Porter Mattox, labor in July.... 21.66













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Sep. 18-2514, James Smith, labor in July...... 6.90
Sep. 18-2513, Robbie Smith, labor in July..... 6.00
Sep. 18-2515, Frank Mills, labor in July...... 1.66
Sep. 18-2510, J. F. Mitchell, foreman Ag. Dept.,
July. ............................ 50.00
Sep. 18-2530, F. M. Stearns, gardener, July... 45.00
Sep. 18-2480, A. H. Thomas Co., implements... 101.60
Sep. 20-2474, W. H. Moore, publications...... .45
Oct. 2-2811, S. B. Hubbard Co., supplies.... 14'.65
Oct. 2-2816, F. M. Rolfs, Botanist, Aug..... 116.66
Oct. 2-2809, F. M. Rolfs, trip Jacksonville... 12.45
Oct. 2-2815, Ed. R. Flint, Chemist, August.. 125.00
Oct. 2-2831, E. R. Flint, trip Kissimmee.... 8.50
Oct. 2-2828, H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery. 18.06
Oct. 2-2820, F. M. Stearns, gardener, Aug... 45.00
Oct. 4-2827, C. M. Conner, Agriculturist, trip. 10.69
Oct. 4-2802, C. M. Conner, Agricalturist, Aug. 125.00
Oct. 4-2814, E. H. Sellards, Entomologist, Aug 104.16
Oct. 4-2817, A. W. Blair, Chemist, Aug...... 100.00
Oct. 4-2428, A. W. Blair.................. 5.50
Oct. 5-2813, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, Aug..... 50.00
Oct. 5-2821, Columbia Tel. Co., rent July &
August. .......................... 4.50
Oct. 5-2826, Hotel Blanche, board.......... 2.00
Oct. 6-2823, R. C. Woodcock, subscription... 6.15
Oct. 6-2803, Robert Smith, labor............ 15.21
Oct. 6-2806. DeWitt Hart, labor:............ 21.66
Oct. 6-2805, Gordon Jones, labor............. 25.00
Oct. 6-2807, Fred Robinson, labor.......... 23.40
Oct. 6-2808, A. H. Thomas Co., supplies...... .82.77
Oct. 7-2810, Porter & Glover, supplies....... 11.30
Oct. 77-2812, E. A. Hichson, barrels.......... .50
Oct. 7-2830, J. A. Fisher, repairs to mower.. 1.25
Oct. 7-2473, J. A. Fisher, blacksmith work.. 1.65
Oct. 9-2822, L. C. L. & W. Co., water, Aug.... 90.00
Oct. 9-2824, Andrus & Church, pamphlet files. 18.00
Oct. 9-2801, Peter Henderson & Co., seeds... 6.10
Oct. 13-2804, Porter Mattox, labor........... 25.00
Oct. 13-2819, B. H. Bridges, Chemist, Aug.... 80.00
Oct. 18-2818, F. C. Reimer, Botanist, Aug..... 41.65
Oct. 19-2825, E. G. Love, subscription ........ 6.80
Oct. 23-3236, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., fertilizers 164.30
Oct. 24-3243, C. M. Conner, Agricuilturist,
September. .... ................ 125.00













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Oct. 24-3240, E. R. Flint, Chemist, Sept...... 125.00
Oct. 24-3239, T. J. Appleyard, printing....... 7.50
Oct. 24-3249, H. S. Fawcett, Botanist, Sept... 25.00
Oct. 25-3246, A. H. Chapman, Agriculturist,
September ...................... 50.00
Oct. 25-3242, F. M. Rolfs, Botanist, September 116.66
Oct. 25-3232, T. W. Wood & Sons, seeds...... 11.57
Oct. 25-3244, A. W. Blair, Chemist, Sept ..... 100.00
Oct. 25-3248, F. M. Stearns, gardener, Sept... 45.00
Oct. 25-3234, B. E. Raulerson, postage....... 42.40
Oct. 27-3245, B. H. Bridges, Chemist, Sept.... 40.00
Oct. 30-3235, T. B. Parker, soil............... 3.00
Oct. 30-3233, G. E. Stechert & Co., subscription 2.00
Oct. 30-2829, Eimer & Amend, chemicals...... 18.22
Oct. 30-3241, E. H. Sellards, Entomologist,
September. ..................... 104.66
Oct. 30-3237, H. H. Newcomb, subscription... 1.00
Nov. 1-3247, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, Sept.... 50.00
Nov. 8-3250, J. J. Pierce, labor............. 7.09
Nov. 8-3225, Clem Thomas, labor........... 1.00
Nov. 8-3226, W. R. Thomas, labor.......... 12.09
Nov. 8-3227, Bill Jones, labor .............. 12.00
Nov. 8-3228, Porter Mattox, labor.......... 22.50
Nov. 8-3229, Gordon Jones, labor........... 25.09
Nov. 8-3230, DeWitt Hart, labor............. 21.66
Nov. 8-3231, Fred Robinson, labor........... 19.44
Nov. 10-3238, James Douglas, supplies....... 12.62
Nov. 16-3224, Henry Hutchinson, labor....... 2.50
Nov. 16-3223, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., exp. & frt. 5.29
Nov. 16-2427, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., exp. & frt.. 12.02
Dec. 11-3948, W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, Oct.... 100.00
Dec. 11-3956, DeWitt Hart, labor............ 21.66
Dec. 11-3946, A. H. Chapman, Agriculturist,
October. .......................... 50.00
Dec. 11-3950, F. M. Stearns, Gardener, Oct.... 45.00
Dec. 11-3955, Fred Robinson, labor........... 4.50
Dec. 13-3951, Chas. Jenkins, janitor, Oct...... 25.00
Dec. 13-3973, L. C. W. & L. plant, water, Sept.
and October. ..................... 180.00
Dec. 13-3962, R. Bowen Daniel, insurance on
alcohol. ......................... 5.00
Dec. 13-3977,. Standard Oil Co., freight....... 1.28
Dec. 13-3978, Wilson & Toomer Fert. Co., fer-
tilizers. .......................... 15.00
Dec. 13-3975, E. O. Painter Pert. Co., fertilizers 12.39











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Dec. 13-3961, Columbia Tel. Co., rent Sept. &
O ct.. ...... ...................... 4.50
Dec. 13-3952, Gordon Jones, October.......... 25.00
Dec. 13-3953, Porter Mattox, October.......... 25.00
Dec. 13-3965, H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery. 136.16
Dec. 13-3971, J. W. Hensley, labor............ 4.00
Dec. 13-3964, H. L. Dodd, printing .......... 27.00
Dec. 14-3980, Jas. E. Young Co., supplies..... 27.05
Dec. 14-3949, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, October. 50.00
Dec. 14-3974, Miss Libbie Mitchell, towels.... .40
Dec. 15-3963, J. S. Dickinson, seed rye........ 4.50
Dec. 16-3954, Bill Jones, labor .............. 21.66
Dec. 18-3968, Ginn & Co.. subscription ........ 4.00
Dec. 18-3979, T. W. Wood & Sons, seeds...... 11.58
Dec. 21-3969, H. A. Gossard, book............ 2.50
Dec. 21-3947, B. H. Bridges, Chemist, October. 40.00
Dec. 23-3976, E. H. Sellards, tray. exp........ 21.79
Dec. 23-3972, Lake City Lumber Co., lumber.. 13.88
Dec. 26-4290, C. M. Conner, tray. exp........ 61.50
Dec. 26-4276, A. H. Chapman, Agriculturist,
November................... ..... 50.00
Dec. 26-4298, T. J. Robinson, 18 hogs........ 36.00
Dec. 26-3959, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., frt. & exp. 32.18
Dec. 26-3958, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., cash ad-
vanced. ........ ................. 2.00
Dec. 26-3957, I. S. Knoles, labor............. 11.00
Dec. 26-4281, Porter Mattox, labor........... 20.63
Dec. 26-4286, I. S. Knoles, labor.............. 20.00
Dec. 26-3960, Cambridge Botan. Supply Co.,
book ........................... 3.10
Dec. 28-4295, H. Harold Hume, photographs... 5.60
Dec. 28-4279, F. M. Stearns, Gardener, Nov... 45.00
Dec. 29-4285, DeWitt Hart, labor............. 22.50
Dec. 30-4296, G. P. Lamb, corn.............. 48.60
Dec. 30-3967, J. A. Fisher, blacksmith work... 4.95

Total disbursements. ......... $6,798.96
Dec. 31- Balance ......................... 2,210.51

$9,009.47
Disbursed from January 1st to June 5th.....$ 5,992.22
Disbursed from June 5th to December 31st... 6,798.96

Total disbursements during the year...... 12,791.18
1906.
Jan. 1-- Balance in the Fund.............$2,210.51













40


STATE APPROPRIATION UNIVERSITY OF FLOR-
IDA FUND.

ACT OF 1903.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by
order of the Board of Trustees of the University of Flor-
ida, and were paid by the State Treasurer, who was also
ex-officio Treasurer of the University.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-
SIVE.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund, as per Report...$ 16.89
Mar. 30-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 734... 2,498.00
June 5-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 1369.. 3,995.42

$6,510.31

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.


Paid. Warr.
Mar. 6-3485, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., frt. & exp.$
Mar. 30-3062, G. S. Young, supplies..........
Mar. 30-3061, Wilson & Wilson, supplies......
Mar. 30-3056, Florida Elec. Co., supplies......
Mar. 30-3049, Bridgeport Wood Fin. Co., mate-
rial for repairs. ...................
Mar. 30-3252, E. R. Wharton, Supt., labor pay-
rolls for Oct. and Nov., 1904........


Mar. 30-3251,
Mar. 30-3276,
Mar. 30-3275,
Mar. 30-3295,
Mar. 30-3301,
Mar. 30-3303,
Mar. 30-3296,
Mar. 30-3305,
Mar. 30-3287,
Mar. 30-3291,
Mar. 30-3280,
Mar. 30-3293,


A. Tyler, sal. Dec., 1904........
W. P. Jernigan, sal. Dec., 1904.
J. C. Jeffery, sal. Dec., 1904....
Porter & Glover, supplies......
W. B. Vaughn, electrical work..
Wilson & Wilson, supplies......
J. C. C. Robarts, wood.........
M. E. Wright, supplies.........
Florida Electric Co., supplies..
S. B. Hubbard Co., supplies....
Benedict, Pollak & Co., linen...
Knight Crockery Co., supplies..


4.33
56.10
26.85
34.88

79.25

232.17
50.00
83.33
100.00
263.75
11.70
49.52
100.00
1.75
58.83
144.76
4.50
34.25













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Mar. 30-3302, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams.......
Mar. 30-3256, Andrew Sledd, sal. Dec., 1904...
Mar. 30-3306, Jas. E. Young, supplies.........
Mar. 30-3307, G. S. Young, supplies...........
Mar. 30-3298, J. D. Street, supplies..........
Mar. 30-3279, T. J. Appleyard, prg and adv...
Mar. 30-3289, Garlock Packing Co., fire hose..
Mar. 30-3282, Columbia Tel. Co., rent, Nov...
Mar. 30-3292, Lott W. Johnson, supplies......
Mar. 30-3284, E. B. Corcoran, Treas., publica-
tion. ............................


Mar. 30-3208,
Mar.30-3244,
Mar. 30-3245,
Mar. 30-3246,
Mar. 30-3247,
Mar. 30-3248,
Mar. 30-3249,
Mar. 30-3250,
Mar. 30-3283,


W. P. Jernigan, frt and exp.....
Ed. R. Flint, sal. Nov., 1904....
W. K. Jackson, sal. Nov., 1904..
J. C. Jeffery, sal. Nov., 1904....
C. A. Finley, sal. Nov., 1904....
T. G. Kelly, sal. Nov., 1904.....
Chas. Jenkins, sal. Nov., 1904..
T. B. Byrd, sal. Nov., 1904......
C. M. Conner, expenses (1901


item ) .... ............. ..........
Mar. 30-3294, C. H. Maguire, sal. Nov. and Dec.
1904. ....................... ...
Mar. 30-3321, W. P. Jernigan, And., express on
Institute bulletin (1901 item)......
Mar. 30-3297, Seminole Lumber Co., material..
Mar. 30-3277, C. A. Finley, sal. Dec., 1904....
Mar. 30-3290, General Electric Co., supplies..
Mar. 30-3274, W. K. Jackson, sal. Dec., 1904..
June 5-3607, Wm. Martin, sal. March........
June 5-3593, Z. V. Judd, sal. March..........
June 5-3600, J. C. Jeffery, sal. March........
June 5-3590, Ed. R. Flint, sal. March........
June 5-3602, C. A. Finley, sal. March........
June 5-3601, W. P. Jernigan, sal. March.....
June 5-3609, Oscar Jenkins, sal. March .....
June 5-3592, R. F. Davis, sal. March..........
June 5-3605, T. G. Kelly, sal. March..........
June 5-3595, R. A. Lichtenthaeler, sal March.
June 5-3606, Elmore Young, sal. March......
June 5-3608, Chas. Jenkins, sal. March......
June 5-3604, Joe Robinson, sal. March.......
June 5-3594, F. C. Reimer, sal. March........
June 5-3611, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams, March.


1.36
187.50
190.86
50.05
50.60
14.25
70.00
2.25
16.60

1.00
13.67
25.00
16.66
100.00
50.00
35.00
25.00
20.00

104.72

20.00

1.40
2.75
50.00
22.17
16.66
20.00
88.33
100.00
25.00
50.00
83.33
20.00
88.88
35.00
50.00
18.00
25.00
15.00
62.50
37.41












42


June 5-3591, C. M. Conner, sal, March........ 125.00
June 5-3596, G. M. Whetstone, sal. March .... 25.00
June 5-3614, B. E. Raulerson, postage........ 22.20
June 5-3642, Jas. D. Taylor, fertilizer........ 10.00
June 5-3612, Commercial Bank, supplies..... 24.80
June 5-3613, General Electric Co., lamps..... 7.56
June 5-3589, Andrew Sledd, sal. March....... 187.50
June 5-3603, B. H. Bridges, sal. March....... 10.00
June 5-3647, B. E. Raulerson, postage....... 250.00
June 5-3638, Joe Robinson, labor............ 8.00
June 5-3646, Karl Schmidt, sal. April........ 133.33
June 5-3618, E. D. Beggs, expenses.......... 24.92
June 5-3621, C. A. Carson, expenses......... 14.25
June 5-3634, F. E. Harris, expenses.......... 20.85
June 5-3644, G. S. Young, supplies.......... 15.35
June 5-3625, Columbia Tel. Co., rent, March.. 2.25
June 5-3648, Geo. W. Wilson, expenses....... 50.00
June 5-3629, L. C. E. & W. Co., lights & water. 310.00
June 5-3632, Frederick Dis. Co., disinfectant.. 12.59
June 5-3664, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 270.12
June 5-3666, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 113.93
June 5-3636, Porter & Glover, feed & supplies. 29.00
June 5-3640, Andrew Sledd, expenses......... 5.75
June 5-3662, G. S. Young, supplies.......... 8.50
June 5-3645, Zenner Dis. Co., disinfectant.... 5.96
June 5-3670, J. C. C. Roberts, wood.......... 35.00
June 5-3627, H. L. Dodd, adv. and postage... 13.85
June 5-3671, M. C. Marion, sal. Apr., May and
June. .............................. 400.02
June 5-3669, Geo. W. Wilson, expenses....... 50.00
June 5-3658, F. L. Stringer, expenses......... 39.00
June 5-3682, N. H. Cox, sal. April........... 85.00
June 5-3690, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, sal. and
pay roll for April .................. 54.17
June 5-3672, E. R. Dickinson, sal. April...... 111.11
June 5-3679, J. M. Farr, sal. April.......... 133.33
June 5-3685, F. F. Eldridge, sal. April....... 66.66
June 5-3688, R. A. Lichtenthaeler, sal. April.. 50.00
June 5-3686, Z. V. Judd, sal. April........... 88.33
June 5-3673, W. F. Yocum, sal. April........ 166.6'5
June 5-3695, C. A. Finley, sal. April........ 50.00
June 5-3701, F. M. Stearns, sal. & pay roll Apl. 84.61
June 5-3707, Oscar Jenkins, sal. April........ 20.00
June 5-3705, Wm. Martin, sal. April......... 20.00












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June 5--3693, J. C. Jeffery, sal. April......... 100.00
June 5-3683, R. F. Davis, sal. April.......... 88.88
June 5-3689, G. M. Whetstone, sal. April .... 25.00

Total disbursements. ........... .6,510.31


STATE APPROPRIATION UNIVERSITY OF FLOR-
IDA FUND (Continued).
After the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
which went into effect June 5, 1905, warrants authorized
by the appropriation of 1903 were drawn by the Comp-
troller against the General Revenue Fund, direct, upon
vouchers approved by the Board of Control, in payment
only of bills which had accrued on or prior to June .30,
1905, and were paid by the Treasurer from the General
Revenue Fund, in pursuance of the provisions of said
Chapter 5384.
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5T TO DECEMBER
31ST, INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 16-1992, E. R. Flint, Physician, sal. May..$ 25.UO
Aug. 17-1993, 1st N. B., Lake City, for M. T.
Hochstrasser, Prof. M. E. & Draw-
ing, May. ...................... 111.11
Aug. 17-1996, 1st N. B., Lake City, for Andrew
Sledd, President, sal. May........ 187.50
Aug. 17-1994, State Ex. Bank, Lake City, for
Karl Schmidt, Math. & Astron.,
salary, May. ..................... 133.33
Aug. 17-1990, N. H. Cox, Civ. Eng., sal. May.. 85.00
Aug. 17-1982, C. A. Finley, sal., May........ 50.00
Aug. 17-1981, Joe Robinson, labor in May.... 3.75
Aug. 17-1967, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams in May 7.62
Aug. 17-1976, Com'l Bank, L. C., for T. B.
Byrd, jan., May. .............. 10.00
Aug. 17-1977, Com'l Bank, L. C., for Oscar Jen-
kins, jan., May. ................. 20.00
Aug. 17-1978, Com'l Bank, L. C., for Wm. Mar-
tin, jan., May:.................. 20.00
Aug. 17-1983, Com'l Bank, L. C., for W. P.
Jernigan, Auditor, May .......... 83.33












44

Aug. 17-1987, Com'l Bank, L. C., for F. F.
Eldridge, Instructor Stenog., May.
Aug. 17-1989, Com'l Bank, L. C., for E. R.
Dickinson, Dir. Com Dept, May..
Aug. 17-1995, Com'l Bank, L. C., for W. F. Yo-
cum, Professor, May..............
Aug. 17-1972, H. & W. B. Drew Co., ptg. &
stationery. .. .................
Aug. 18-1965, Jas. E. Young, supplies........
Aug. 18-1971, L. C. E. & W. Co., lights, May...
Aug. 18-1966, M. E. Wright, supplies........
Aug. 18-1975, T. J. Appleyard, advertising....
Aug. 19-1969, Porter & Glover, supplies......
Aug. 19-1979, T. G. Kelly, watchman, May....
Aug. 19-1974, Columbia Tel. Co., 'phone, May.
Aug. 21-1973, H. L. Dodd, prtg. & adv........
Aug. 21-1970, Hatcher & Inman, carriage hire,


Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.


M ay. ........ ................. .
23-1968, Public Opinion, subscription...
23-1991, J. M. Farr, Prof. English, May.
26-1984, J. C. Jeffrey, Phy. Director, May
30-1980, J. C. Hobbs, fireman, sal. part


66.66

111.11

166.66

44.36
10.10
110.00
1.40
2.25
11.15
35.00
2.25
28.25

2.25
3.00
133.33
100.00


May. ........ .......... ....... 7.50
Aug. 31-1986, Z. V. Judd, Instr. Prep. Dept.,
May. .......................... 88.33
Aug. 31-2338, 1st N. B., Lake City, for......
T. G. Kelley, watchman,
April ...............$ 35.00
M. T. Hochstrasser,
Prof., April .......... 111.11
Joe Robinson, fireman,
April .............. 15.00 161.11
Sep. 13-2534, G. S. Young, supplies.......... 23.95
Sep. 16-1985, G. M. Whetstone, labor, May.... 25.00
Sep. 18-1988, R. F. Davis, Asst. Physics, May. 88.88
Nov. 16-2345, W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, for:
Elmore Young, jan., Apr..$18.00
W. P. Jernigan, cash ad-
vanced, April .......... 15.34
W. P. Jernigan, cash ad-
vanced, May ........... 2.00
W. P. Jernigan, express
paid, April ............ 2.70 38.04

Total disbursements. ..............$1,997.22











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SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS UNDER APPROPRIATION OF 190:.

Disbursed January 1st to June 5th, 1905:
From balance on hand January 1,
1905. ...... ................. 16.89
From receipts by Comptroller's
Warrants from General Revenue
Fund. ...................... 6,493.42-$6,510.31.

Disbursed June 5th to December 31st, 1905:
From General Revenue Fund, di-
rect .......... .............. 1,997.22

Total disbursements during the year:
From balance on hand January
1,'1905. ..................... 16.89
From receipts from General Rev-
enue Fund during the year.... 8,490.64-$8,507.53



WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND.
Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by or-
der of the lBoard of Trustees of the University of Florida
(formerly Florida Agricultural College), and were paid
by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Trbasurer
of the University.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, IN-
CLUSIVE.
1905.
Jan. 1.-Balance as per Report............... $5,709.07
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.
1905.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3-3311, L. C. E. & W. Co., water Nov. '04.$ 85.00
Jan. 3-3285, Eimer & Amend, supplies....... 26.42
Jan. 5-3300, A. H. Thomas Co., supplies.... 49.42
Jan. 6-3273, A. M. Jackson, sal. Dec., 1904.. 16.66
Jan. 6-3319, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries. 37.53











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Jan. 12-3331, F. C. Reimer, sal. part Jan..... 40.00
Jan. 18-3380, Karl Schmidt, sal. Jan......... 133.33
Jan. 19-3356, L. M. Price, drawing paper..... 6.50
Jan. 19-3361, Stanton Foundry & Mach. Co.,
castings. ...................... 1.42
Jan. 19-3368, Jas. E. Young, supplies........ 50.62
Jan. 20-3371, G. S. Young, supplies.......... 4.16
Jan. 20-3377, Science Press, publication...... -3.00
Jan. 23-3383, F. F. Eldridge, sal. Jan........ 66.66
Feb. 3-3395, M. C. Marion, sal. Jan.......... 133.33
Feb. 4-3387, W. F. Yocum, sal. Jan.......... 166.6!;
Feb. 4-3393, Jas. M. Farr, sal. Jan.............. 133.33
Feb. 4-3396, E. R. Dickinson, sal. Jan....... 111.11
Feb. 4-3397, R. F. Davis, sal. Jan........... 88.88
Feb. 4-3401, F. C. Reimer, bal. sal. Jan..... 22.50
Feb. 4-3388, M. T. Hochstrasser, sal. Jan.... 111.11
Feb. 6-3350, C. H. Maguire, museum work... 1.75
Feb. 6-3399, E. R. Wharton, sal. Jan......... 83.33
Feb. 6-3420, B. H. Bridges, sal. Jan......... 10.00
Feb. 6-3400, Z. V. Judd, sal. Jan............ 88.33
Feb. 8-3272, G. M. Whetstone, sal. Dec....... 25.00
Feb. 8-3379, S. Boteler Thompson, brick..... 4.00
Feb. 8-3403, G. M. Whetstone, sal. Jan....... 25.00
Feb. 8-3406, A. M. Jackson, sal. Jan......... 16.66
Feb. 8-3453, T. J. Appleyard, specimen cards. 1.50
Feb. 8-3429, H. & W. B. Drew Co., blue print
paper. ........................... 1.90
Feb. 8-3462, The S. B. Hubbard Co., material. 19.20
Feb. 9-3450, A. R. Wise & Co., supplies...... 1.00
Feb. 10-3449, South. Fuel & Sup. Co., coal.... 5.50
Feb. 11-3419, Joe Robinson, sal. Jan.......... 15.00
Feb. 11-3491, Karl Schmidt, sal. Feb......... 133.33
Feb. 13-3432, East Coast Lumber Co., material 4.35
Feb. 13-3442, D. Van Nostrand & Co., publica-
tion. .......................... 2.00
Feb. 13-3473, Jas. E. Young, supplies........ 1.20
Feb. 15-3445, Pratt & Whitney Co., gears..... 17.25
Feb. 15-3404, H. R. Bardin, sal. Jan......... 10.00
Feb. 16-3427, W. T. Crenshaw, typewriters... 140.00
Feb. 17-3493, E. R. Wharton, salary........... 208.32
Mar. 3-3505, M. C. Marion, sal. Feb.......... 133.33
Mar. 3-3508, E. R. Dickinson, sal. Feb....... 111.11
Mar. 3-3511, F. F. Eldridge, sal. Feb........ 66.66
Mar. 4-3498, M. T. Hochstrasser, sal. Feb.... 111.11











4T


Mar. 4-3500, E. R. Flint, sal. Feb........... 116.66
Mar. 4-3502, F. M. Rolfs, sal. Feb........... 120.00
Mar. 4-3503, J. M. Farr, sal. Feb........... 133.33
Mar. 4-3504, C. F. Dawson, sal. Feb......... 125.00
Mar. 4-3513, F. C. Reimer, sal. Feb.......... 62.50
Mar. 6-3425, Ed. R. Flint, book............. 1.25
Mar. 6-3497, W. F. Yocum, sal. Feb............ 166.66
Mar. 6-3501, E. H. Sellards, sal. Feb......... 91.66
Mar. 6-3506, C. M. Conner, sal. Feb......... 125.00
Mar. 6-3507, N. H. Cox, sal. Feb. and Jan.... 150.00
Mar. 6-3509, R. F. Davis, sal. Feb........... 88.S8
Mar. 6-3514, R. A. Lichtenthaeler, sal. Feb... 50.00
Mar. 6-3515, G. M. Whetstone, sal. Feb...... 25.00
Mar. 6-3516, K. R. Bardin, sal. Feb......... 10.00
Mar. 8-3512, Z. V. Judd, sal. Feb........... 88.33
Mar. 8-3520, J. C. Jeffery, sal. Feb.......... 100.00
Mar. 9-3517, J. C. Hobbs, sal. Feb............. 5.00
Mar. 10-3528, Joe Robinson, sal. Feb......... 15.00
Mar. 11-3405, J. C. Hobbs, sal. Jan........... 5.00
Mar. 11-3518, A. M. Jackson, sal. Feb......... 16.66
Mar. 11-3542, L. C. E. & W. Co., water, Feb... 90.00
Mar. 13-3563, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries. 10.20
Mar. 13-3568, Karl Schmidt, sal. Mar......... 133.33
Mar. 13-3569, J. C. C. Robarts, wood........ 50.00
Mar. 13-3548, Montgomery Ward & Co., appar. 4.25
Mar. 13-3544, Ginn & Co., publication....... 1.35
Mar. 15-3555, A. H. Thomas Co., freight on
supplies......... ............... .97
Mar. 20-3559, MacMillan Co., publication.... 2.03
Mar. 24-3571, M. T. Hochstrasser, sal. Mar.... 111.11
Apl. 1-3524, B. H. Bridges, sal. Feb........ 10.00
Apl. 3-3580, M. C. Marion, sal. March...... 133.33
Apl. 3-3578, J. M. Farr, sal. March........ 133.33
Apl. 3-3574, W. F. Yocum, sal. March...... 166.66
Apl. 5-3584, F. F. Eldridge, sal. March. .... 66.66
Apl. 5-3582, E. R. Dickinson, sal. March.... 111.11
Apl. 5-3579, C. F. Dawson, sal. March...... 125.00
Apl. 5-3575, Ed. R. Flint, sal. March ....... 116.66
Apl. 6-3581, N. H. Cox, sal. March......... 85.00
Apl. 6-3577, F. M. Rolfs, sal. March........ 120.00
Apl. 10-3610, W. G. Niblack, lumber......... 10.00
Apl. 12-3623, John G. Christopher, supplies.. 7.10
Apl. 14-3482, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries. 27.66
Apl. 14-3494, E. R. Wharton. suDDlies...... 42.10











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Apl. 14-3631, Fla. Machine Works, supplies.. 5.00
Apl. 15-3576, E. H. Sellards, sal. March...... 91.66
Apl. 17-3633, Funk & Wagnalls Co., publica-
tion. ......... ................. 3.00
Apl. 17-3628, Elec. Sto. Bat. Co., supplies.... 5.88
Apl. 17-3617, Babcock & Wilcox Co., supplies. 3.25
Apl. 19-3649, Eugene Dietzgen Co., steel tape.. 4.20
Apl. 19-3661, Young & Sons, repairs to appar. 1.00
May 10-3722, S. B. Hubbard Co., supplies.... 1.47
May 17-3665, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries. 7.76

Total disbursements. ......... $5,701.47
June 5, 1905-Balance. ................. ..... 7.60

$5,709.07
1905.
June 5-Balance in the Fund...............$ 7.60



WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND (Continued).

Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants are
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of the
provisions of said Chapter 5384.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31ST,
INCLUSIVE.
1905.
June 5-Balance as shown above............$ 7.60
July 11-U. S. Government appropriation..... 12,500.00

$12,507.60
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31sT, INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 28--2335, C. H. Besley Co., supplies.... 3.51
Aug. 29-2336, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., cash ad-
vanced. ...... ...... ........... 2.15
Sep. 11-2461, Phila. Book Co., books........ 37.95
Sep. 11-2462, G. E. Stechert & Co., books.... 23.00











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Sep. 13-2457, Eimer & Amend, supplies..... 44.72
Sep. 14-2458, P. G. Ekman, special work.... 3.00
Sep. 21-2460, Forum Pub. Co., subscription.. 2.00
Oct. 6-2816, Joe Robinson, labor............. 1.25
Oct. 6-2845, A. H. Thomas Co., supplies.... 89.36
Oct. 6-2459, W. P. Davis, material......... 1.94
Oct. 26-3220, A. B. Porter, grating.......... 5.00
Oct. 30-2844, Eimer & Amend, chemicals.... 20.16
Nov. 16-3221, W. P. Jernigan, exp. & frt..... 17.19
Dec. 11-3866, L. Haseman, instructor, sal... 66.66
Dec. 11-3862, W. S. Cawthon, Math., sal..... 150.00
Dec. 11-3863, W. L. Floyd, Eng. & Science, sal 150.00
Dec. 11-3884, E. H. Sellards, Zoology, sal.... 104.16
Dec. 11-3861, N. H. Cox, Engineering, sal.... 150.00
Dec. 11-3890, C. M. Conner, Agriculture, sal. 125.00
Dec. 11-3888, J. M. Farr, English, sal....... 187.50
Dec. 11-3887, V. R. Flint, Chemistry, sal..... 125.00
Dec. 11-3882, A. W. Blair, Chemistry, sal.... 100.00
Dec. 11-3883, J. R. Benton, Physics, sal...... 187.50
Dec. 11-3889, W. F. Yocum, Philosophy, sal.. 187.50
Dec. 11-3865, H. S. Fawcett, Botany, sal..... 50.00
Dec. 11-3864, G. M. Lynch, History, sal...... 150.00
Dec. 13-3867, Joe Robinson, labor........... 15.00
Dec. 13-3885, Karl Schmidt, Mathematics, sal. 175.00
Dec. 13-3881, S. B. Hubbard Co., tools....... 40.52
Dec. 13-3891, F. M. Rolfs, Botany, sal....... 116.66
Dec. 14-3860, Jas. E. Young Co., supplies.... 11.95
Dec. 14-3886, M. T. Hochstrasser, Drawin, sal 150.00
Dec. 15-3875, Eugene Dietzgen Co., imple-
ments. .... ............ ........ 27.70
Dec. 16-3870, D. Appleton & Co., books...... 1.16
Dec. 16-3873, Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co., in-
struments. ..................... 12.23
Dec. 18-3871, Bausch & Lomb Op. Co., sup-
plies. ........ ................. 12.78
Dec. 18-3859, C. H. Stoelting Co., apparatus. 101.40
Dec. 18-3869, Andrus & Church, book....... 2.00
Dec. 18-3857, Leeds & Northrup Co., supplies 59.70
Dec. 18-3876, Eng. News Pub. Co., books.... 4.84
Dec. 18-3878, W. & L. E. Gurley, apparatus.. 113.38
Dec. 18-3872, Beck & Gregg Hd. Co., supplies 5.34
Dec. 18-3880, Henry Holt & Co., book...... 1.35
Dec. 18-3874, Univ. Chicago Press, books.... 4.31
4 Treas.














-Dec. 26-3858, Science Press, subscription....
'Dec. 26-4348, Joe Robinson, labor..... .....
Dec. 26-4344, W. S. Cawthon, Math., sal.....
Dec. 26-3879, Harvard Univ., publication.....
Dec. 26-3868, W. P. Jernigan, cash advanced.
Dec. 26-4334, J. M. Farr, English, sal.......
Dec. 26-4335, W. F. Yocum, Philosophy, sal..
Dec. 26-4337, E. R. Flint, Chemistry, sal.....
Dec. 26-4346, H. S. Fawcett, Botany, sal.....
Dec. 26-4338, M. T. Hochstrasser, Drawing,
salary. ........ ....... .....
Dec. 26-4343, N. H. Cox, Engineering, sal....
Dec. 26-4341, J. R. Benton, Physics, sal......
Dec. 28-4336, C. M. Conner, Agriculture, sal..
Dec. 28-4345, W. L. Floyd, Eng. & Science,
salary. ...................... .
Dec. 29-4339, Karl Schmidt, Math., sal......
Dec. 30-3877, Geological Pub Co., subscrip-


3.00
15.00
150.00
2.00
16.36
187.50
187.50
125.00
50.00

150.00
150.00
187.50
125.00

150.00
175.00


tion. ............................... 3.50

Total disbursements. ............$ 4,517.23
Dec. 31- Balance. ...................... 7,990.37

$12,507.60
Disbursed from January 1st to June 5th......$ 5,709.47
Disbursed from June 5th to December 31..... 4,517.23

Total disbursements during the year...... .$10,226.70
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund ..............$ 7,990.37



STATION INCIDENTAL FUND.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by
order of the Board of Trustees of the University of Flori-
da (formerly Florida Agricultural College), and were
paid by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treas-
urer of the University.
















RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-
SIVE.

1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report..............$ 70.18
Jan. 7-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor... 127.41
Apl. 14-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor. 901.23

$1,098.82

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.


Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3-3312, L. C. E. & W. Co., supplies for
Hort. Dept. ..................
Jan. 16-3316, F. E. Lloyd, publication.......
Mar. 9-3545, W. F. Hobson, feed for cows...
Apl. 14-3323, W. P. Jernigan, And., sundries.
Apl. 14-3572, Commercial Bank, feed........
Apl. 14-3585, H. T. Perkins, sal. March......
Apl. 14-3624, C. M. Conner, expenses .......
Apl. 14-3630, Ed. R. Flint, expenses ........
Apl. 14-3635, Wash Hart, labor..............
Apl. 14-3639, F. M. Rolfs, expenses..........
Apl. 14-3641, F. M .Stearns, expenses........
Apl. 14-3654, E. O. Painter Fert. Co., feed...
Apl. 15-3637, Porter & Glover, feed.........
Apl. 15-3652, W. F. Hobson, feed...........
May 10-3727, E. B. Walker, Agt., feed.......
May 10-3712, Wm. A. Bours & Co., salt......
May 10-3721, C. E. Guller & Co., feed........
June 5-3764, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, sal. and
pay roll, May. ................
June 5-3746, E. B. Walker, agt., feed........


2.60
6.00
23.60
154.72
20.40
40.00
4.70
16.50
6.00
6.80
5.73
27.00
6.45
26.96
21.70
3.00
45.20

72.50
61.80


Total disbursements. .......... 551.66
June 5, 1905-Balance ..................... 547.16

$1,098.82
June 5, 1905--Balance in the Fund.......... 547.16














52


STATION INCIDENTAL FUND (Continued).

Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants are
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of
the provisions of said Chapter 5384.

RECEIPTS IN 1905; FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31ST,
INCLUSIVE.

1905.
June 5-Balance as shown above.............$ 547.16
Aug. 24-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 470.92
Aug. 29-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 155.12
Sep. 16-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 47.61
Oct. 25-Deposit by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control ................ 40.90
Nov. 14-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 10.00
Nov. 21-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 125.00
Dec. 18-Deposit by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control ................. 221.61

$1,618.32

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31sT, INCLUSIVE.

Paid. Warr.
Aug. 17-2086, A. W. Blair, Chemist, sal. June..$ 83.37
Aug. 18-2087, R. A. Lichtenthaeler, Asst.
Chem., sal. June................. 50.00
Aug. 29-2334, W. P. Jernigan, cash advanced. 71.20
Aug. 31-2333, 1st Nat. Bank, Lake City, for:
F. M. Stearns, Gardener,
sal. and labor pay roll
May.................$85.90
J. A. Fisher, blk. work... 2.00 87.90
Sep. 1-2332, J. F. Tenney & Sons, barrels... 17.50
Sep. 2-2346, 1st Nat. Bk, St. Augustine, for
Fla. Veg. Co., potatoes.. .$35.28
C. G. White, barrels...... 15.18 50.46
Sep. 16-2538, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., cash ad-
vanced. ....................... .. 47.61










53


Sep. 18-2521, Gordon Jones, labor in June... 25.0
Sep. 18-2520, Will Riley, labor in June...... 10.05
Sep. 18-2518, Joe Forest, labor in June...... 10.70
Sep. 18-2522, DeWitt Hart, labor in June.... 21.66
Sep. 18-2517, Fred Robinson, labor in June... 22.50
Sep. 18-2524, Robert Smith, labor in June... 21.66
Sep. 18-2523, Porter Mattox, labor in June... 24.58
Sep. 18-2526, Frank Mills, labor in June..... 6.66
Sep. 18-2525, Henry Hutchinson, labor, June. 6.66
Sep. 18-2516, F. M. Stearns, gardener, June.. 40.00
Sep. 18-2519, J. F. Mitchell, foreman, June.. 50.00
Sep. 18-2528, Prince Clark, labor in June.... 9.17
Sep. 18-2527, Please Clark, labor in June.... 3.50
Sep. 23-2698, H. T. Perkins, steno., June..... 40.00
Sep. 23-2700, Chas. Jenkins, janitor, June.... 25.00
Sep. 23-2740, L. C. E. & W. Co., water in June. 90.00
Sep. 28-2742, R. R. Strange & Co., potatoes. .70
Sep. 28-2741, J. E. Henry, cassava seed...... 2.45
Sep. 28-2735, Columbia Tel. Co., 'phone, June. 2.25
Sep. 30-2739, Eimer & Amend, acids......... 2.81
Oct. 2-2736, James Douglas, photo supplies.. 3.52
Oct. 4-2852, Standard Oil Co., gasolene..... 19.25
Oct. 5-2857, The Record Co., printing....... 102.50
Oct. 5-2851, W. F. Hobson, cotton seed meal. 24.00
Oct. 6-2849, Jas. E. Young, tools.......... .66
Oct. 6-2848, A. R. Wise & Co., rosin........ .30
Oct. 6-2854, Frank Mills, labor in June..... 15.00
Oct. 7-2850, J. A. Fisher, blacksmith work.. 4.25
Oct. 7-2856, L. C. Lumber Co., boards....... 12.00
Oct. 7-2855, H. W. Weisbrodt, cuts for bulle-
tin. .......... ................. 34.80
Oct. 13-2853, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams..... .98
Oct. 13-2858, Sharpes Separator Co., separator 50.00
Oct. 14-2699, S. A. Roberts, Agriculturist,
June. ....... ....... ........ 50.00
Oct. 20-3222, Fla. Cotton Oil Co., c. '. meal.. 24.09
Dec. 13-3996, W. F. Hobson, rock salt........ 4.00
Dec. 14-3997, Mrs. Ellen Mitchell, services in
dairy. ... .... .............. 23.00
Dec. 18-3994, Porter & Glover, supplies...... 64.89
Dec. 26-4320, Gen. Electric Co., flower pots... 5.44










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Dec. 26-4319, W. F. Hobson, wheat bran...... 24.40
Dec. 26-3995, W. P. Jernigan, cash advanced. 30.65

Total disbursements. ............ .1,316.44
Dec. 31- Balance ...................... 301.88

$1,618.32
Disbursed from January 1st to June 5th ......$ 551.66
Disbursed from June 5th to December 31st..... 1,316.44

Total disbursements during the year........ $1,868.10
1906.
Jan. 1- Balance in the Fund............. 301.88



UNIVERSITY (OR COLLEGE) INCIDENTAL FUND.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by or-
der of the Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
(formerly Florida Agricultural College), and were paid
by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treasurer
of the University.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-
SIVE.
1905.
Feb. 6-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor..$ 261.52
Mar. 13-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 306.79
Apl. 14-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor.. 485.66

$1,053.9T
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Feb. 8-3439, Knight Crockery Co., supplies..$ 20.10
Feb. 8-3476, S. B. Hubbard Co., supplies... 11.28
Feb. 11-3426,Berckman's Co., plants.......... 27.00
Feb. 11-3469, Wilson & Wilson, pipe'& fittings. 10.40
Feb. 11-3472, G. S. Young, material.......... .3.35
Feb. 11---3488, Knight Crockery Co,, supplies.. 27.25











65


. Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
i Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.
Apl.

June


13-3474, Jas. E. Young, supplies........
13-3478, J. T. Jones, hauling fertilizer..
13-3490, J. D. Street, supplies..........
17-3463, Lott W. Johnson, material.....
8-3479, W. W. Raulerson, blk. work....
13-3558, Fla. Times-Union, telegrams...
13-3546, Lott W. Johnson, cement.......
13-3541, Henry A. Dreer, plants........
15-3553, J. D. Street, supplies........
14-3573, Andrew Sledd, expenses......
14-3564, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.
14-3529, T. G. Kelly, sal. Feb...........
14-3522, C. A. Finley, sal. Feb..........
14-3495, E. R. Wharton, Supt. pay roll..
14-3483, W. P. Jernigan, sundries......
14-3470, E. R. Wharton, Supt. labor.....
14-3372, G. S. Young, material.........
14-3367, Jas. E. Young, material.......
14-3365, Wilson & Wilson, supplies.....
14-3363, E. R. Wharton, Supt. labor pay
roll for Dec., 1904...............
5-3749, Knight Crockery Co., supplies..


Total disbursements. ..........$ 922.64
June 5, 1905-Balance. ................... 131.33

$1,053.97
June 5, 1905-Balance in the Fund..........$ 131.33


UNIVERSITY INCIDENTAL FUND (Continued).
Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants are
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of the
provisions of said Chapter 5384.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, PROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31sT,
INCLUSIVE.


1905.
June
July


5-Balance as shown above.............$131.33
11-Transferred from University Gymna-
sium Fund, by order of State Board
of Education ................... 160.65


1.30
7.00
12.43
6.95
1.65
2.85
2.25
2.50
4.60
290.00
30.27
35.00
50.00
11.80
236.92
35.75
11.85
26.55
4.02

39.07
10.50













56

July 11-Transferred from University Fire Loss
Loss Fund, by order of State Board
of Education ..................... 65.84
Aug. 24-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor... 66.35
Nov. 14-Deposit by W. P. Jernigan, Auditor... 27.00
Nov. 17-Deposit by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control................. 405.50
Dec. 18-Deposit by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control ................. 45.00

$901.67

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31ST, INCLUSIVE.

Paid. Warr.
Aug. 24-1964, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., cash for
sundries. .........................$ 22.50
Aug. 29-2331, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., cash for
sundries. ........................ 125.32
Aug. 31-2327, 1st Nat'l Bank, Lake City, for
Porter & Glover, supplies.......... 13.65
Aug. 31-2330, F. E. Harris, exp. Board meeting.. 11.50
Sep. 1-2328, Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., music in-
struments. ....... .............. 8.87
Sep. 7-2329, A. H. Thomas Co., supplies...... 15.74

Total disbursements. ............ $197.58
Dec. 31- Balance .. ...................... 704.09

$901.67
Disbursed from January 1st to June 5th......$ 922.64
Disbursed from June 5th to December 31st..... 197.53

Total disbursements during the year....... .$1,120.22
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund .................. $704.09












57


UNIVERSITY MESS HALL FUND.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by
order of the Board of Trustees of the University of Flor-
ida formerly Florida Agricultural College), and were
paid by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treas-
urer of the University.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-


1905.
Jan. 1-Balance, as per Report............. 132.73
Jan. 6-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 1,029.21
Jan. 7-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud... 346.75
Mar. 4-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 105.50
Mar. 13-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 53.71
Apl. 14-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 4,265:22
May 15-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 201.99
$6,135.11

DISBURSEMENTs IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNN 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 6-14, Lewis K. Riley, mdse............$ 815.62
Jan. 6-15, Jas. E. Young, mdse............. .50
Jan. 6- 8, Armour & Co., mdse............ 7.80
Jan. 6- 9. Columbia Telephone Co., rent.... 4.50
Jan. 6-10, Commercial Bank, mdse......... 7.10
Jan. 6-11, Lake City Laundry, laundry..... 50.75
Jan. 7-16, Lamb & Henry, beef............. 303.33
Jan. 7-12, 0. A. Mann, ice and storage....... 121.91
Jan. 7- 7, Geo. O. Adicks, bread........... 67.24
Jan. 9-13, Porter &' Glover, oil ........... .90
Mar. 6-17, Swift & Co., mdse............... 105.25
Apl. 14- 6, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 2,033.88
Apl. 14-18, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 1,842.45
Apl. 17-20, Lewis K. Riley, groceries........ 467.47
Apl. 20-19, 0. A. Mann, ice and storage...... 36.50
Apl. 21-22, Jas. E. Young, supplies......... 1.55












Apl. 24-21, G. S. Young, supplies............. 1.4S
May 17-23, Cudahy Packing Co., mdse....... 84.24
May 17-23, Armour & Co., mdse............. 177.97

Total disbursements. ..........$6,130.61
June 5, 1905-Balance. ...................... 4.50
$6,135.11
1905.
June 5-Balance in the Fund ................ $ 4.0


UNIVERSITY MESS HALL FUND (Continued).
Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants ar
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of
the provisions of said Chapter 5384.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FaoM JUNE 5TH, To DECEMBER 31w,
INCLUSIVE.
1905.
June 5- Balance as shown above..........$ 4.50
Aug. 24-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 272.06
Aug. 29-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 1,211.33
Sep. 16-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud.. 343.05
Nov. 14-Remittance by W. P. Jernigan, Aud... 308.49
$2,139.41
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, PROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31ST, INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 29-2320, W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, cash
advanced for sundries............. $1,031.09
Sep. 16-2537, W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, cash
advanced for sundries ........... 341.95
Sep. 28-2738, Columbia Tel. Co., phone rent.. 1.11
Dec. 13--4000, Armour & Co., meat and butter.. 177.68
Dec. 14-3999, Swift & Co., provisions......... 587.01

Total disbursements. .......... $2,139.41
Disbursed January 1st to June 5th........... 6,130.6

Total disbursements during the year........ .8,270.04










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UNIVERSITY GYMNASIUM FUND, STATE APPRO.
PRIATION.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by
order of the Board of Trustees of the University of Flor-
ida, and were paid by the State Treasurer, who was also
ex-officio Treasurer of the University.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNM 5TH, INCrw-


1905.
Jan. 1.-Balance as per Report............... .200.59

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 6-3320, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., gym. eqpt..$ 22.69
Mar. 6-3484, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., frt. gym.
eqpt. ........ ........... .......... 2.65
Mar. 13-3565, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., gym. eqpt.. 2.10
Mar. 22-3561, Spalding Mfg. Co., gym. eqpt.... 1.70
Mar. 30-3378, Spalding Mfg. Co., gym. eqpt..... 7.30
May 17-3726, Spalding Mfg. Co., gym. eqpt..... 3.50

Total disbursements. .......... .. 39.85
June 5, 1905-Balance. ....................... 160.65

$200.50
1905.
June 5-Balance in the Fund................$160.65
July 11-By order of the State Board of Educa.
tion, the balance remaining in this
Fund was transferred to the credit of
the University Incidental Fund
(which see) .................... $160.6S











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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FIRE LOSS FUND.
Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by or-
der of the Board of Trustees of the University of Florida,
and were paid by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-
officio Treasurer of the University.
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FRon JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INcLU-
SIVE.
Collections from Insurance Companies, through the
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions, on account
of loss by fire of December 18, 1903, as follows, to-wit:
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance, as per Report. ............. $769.47
Jan. 27-Collections. ........ .....:.......... 31.05
$800.52

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3-3286, L. C. E. & W. Co., water tap......$ 4.50
Jan. 6-3322, W. P. Jernigan, Aud., sundries.. 129.33
Feb. 10-3435, Fla. Bank & Trust Co., interest
on dormitory note ................. 94.50
Feb. 10-3461, Fla. Bank & Trust Co., new dormi-
tory bills............... ......... 455.60
May 10-3719, Fla. Bank & Trust Co., interest on
dormitory loan .................... 30.45
June 5-3736, Fla. Bank & Trust Co., interest on
dormitory loan. ................... 20.30

Total disbursements. ........... $734.68
June 5, 1905-Balance. ..................... $ 65.84

$1800.52
1905.
June 5--Balance in the Fund................. $ 65.84
July 11-By order of the State Board of Educa-
tion, the balance remaining in thia
Fund was transferred to the credit of
the University Incidental Fund
(which see) ................. ..$ 65.81














UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GAINESVILLE DONA-
TION FUND.

Receipts in this Fund consist of a donation of $40,000.00
from citizens of Gainesville, Florida, for "the use of the
University of the State of Florida, and of interest on the
principal of said donation, payable quarterly, at the rate
of two and one-half per cent. per annum. There were no
disbursements from the Fund during 1905. The Fund is
subject to warrants drawn by the Comptroller, upon
vouchers approved by the Board of Control.
RECEIPTS IN 1905.

1905.
July 15-Deposited by citizens of Gainesville..$40,000.00
Oct. 9-Interest,on $40,000.00 collected by
State Treasurer. ................ 222.22
$40,222.22
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1908.

No disbursements.
Dec. 31-Balance. ..........................$40,222.22
$40,222.22
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund.............. $40,222.22



SOUTH FLORIDA MILITARY COLLEGE.

(Current Expenses.)

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against Fund by order
of the Board of Trustees of the South Florida Military
College, and were paid by the State Treasurer, who was
also ex-officio Treasurer of the College.













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RECEIPTS IN 1905, fROM JANUARY- 1T TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-
SIVE.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance, as per Report............... 70.38
Jan. 13-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 195.. 1,941.52
Jan. 17-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 231.. 1,700.00
Mar. 30-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 726.. 1,401.81
Apl. 13-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 917.. 1,124.73
May 23-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 1240.. 1,109.85
June 5-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 1359.. 1,521.25

$8,869.54
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 13-214, Crystal Ice Works, ice..........$ 7.50
Jan. 13-206, Fred Carlson, cook.............. 30.00
Jan. 13-209, Joe Hawthorne, waiter.......... 20.00
Jan. 13-208, A. J. James, janitor............ 20.00
Jan. 13-207, 0. J. Young, waiter............. 25.00
Jan. 13-217, Bramhall Deane Co., range, boiler
and fittings. ................. .... 169.60
Jan. 13-218, Union Carbide Co., carbide...... 7.50
Jan. 13-216, Tampa Tribune, advertising..... 15.00
Jan. 13-215, Jax. Times-Union, advertising... 16.80
Jan. 13-224, J. W. Bell, salary.............. 45.00
Jan. 13-223, Leaon Hebb, groceries.......... 192.39
Jan. 13-204, H. P. Baya, salary.............. 187.50
Jan. 13-222, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary ..... 93.75
Jan. 13-220, Bartow Steam Laundry, laundry. 100.63
Jan. 13-202, T. W. White, salary............ 90.00
Jan. 13-203, A. C. Irwin, salary............. 90.00
Jan. 13-205, J. W. Bell, salary.............. 45.00
Jan. 13-212, Leaon Hebb, groceries.......... 147.85
Jan. 13-201, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary..... 93.75
Jan. 13-200, T. W. Gary, salary............. 100.00
Jan. 13-194, Florida Seed Co., seed.......... 9.00
Jan. 13-196, H. P. Baya, expenditures. ....... 182.15
Jan. 13-193, H. P. Baya, sundries............ 168.26
Jan. 13-187, City E. L. plant, lights.......... 132.88
Jan. 17-221, Wm. Griffin, wood.............. 64.25












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Jan. 21-238, Bartow Steam Laundry, laundry. 111.27
Jan. 21-228, A. J. James, ten weeks labor.... 50.00
Jan. 21-226, Fred Carlson, cook............ 60.00
Jan. 21-234, T. W. Gary, salary............. 200.00
Jan. 21-233, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary..... 93.75
Jan. 21-231, A. C. Irwin, salary............. 180.00
Jan. 21-232, T. W. White, salary............ 180.00
Jan. 21-227, 0. J. Young, waiter............ 47.50
Jan. 21-230, J. W. Bell, salary.............. 45.00
Jan. 21-211, Skipper Market, meat.......... 125.24
Jan. 21-210, M. K. Watts, meats............ 118.38
Jan. 21-213, H. M. Wear, groceries..... ...... 407.56-
Jan. 21-236, Leaon Hebb, groceries.......... 36.32
Mar. 30-229, Joe Hawthorne, labor.......... 45.00
Mar. 30-242, T. W. Gary, salary............. 100.00
Mar. 30-243, J. W. Bell, salary bursar.......... 45.00
Mar. 30-244, T. W. White, salary............ 90.00
Mar. 30-245, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary.... 93.75
Mar. 30-246, A. C. Irwin, salary............. 90.00
Mar. 30-225, H. P. Baya.................... 8.09
Mar. 30-247, Bartow Steam Laundry, laundry. 45.57
Mar. 30-235, H. P. Baya, salary............ 375.00
Mar. 30-248, H. M. Wear, groceries.......... 235.90
Mar. 30-240, Bartow Hardware Co., hardware. 31.25
Mar. 30-219, Polk Co. Record, advertising.... 57.09
Mar. 30-250, Skipper Market, meats.......... 63.38
Mar. 30-249, M. K. Watts, meats............ 95.54
Apl. 13-241, Fred Carlson, cook............. 30.00
Apl. 13-253, T. W. White, salary............ 90.00
Apl. 13-252, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary..... 93.75
Apl. 13-239, T. P. Carpenter & Co., hardware. 49.33
Apl. 13-251, T. W. Gary, salary............. 100.00
Apl. 13-257, Bartow Steam Laundry, laundry. 66.58
Apl. 13-258, Harry M. Wear, groceries...... 210.40
Apl. 13-254, A. C. Irwin, salary............ 90.00
Apl. 20-266, J. W. Bell, salary............. 45.00
Apl. 20-255, J. W. Bell, salary.............. 45.00
Apl. 20-264, T. W. White, salary............ 90.00
Apl. 20-260, 0. J. Young, waiter........... 24.00
Apl. 20-262, T. W. Gary, salary............. 100.00
Apl. 21-263, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary..... 93.7'
May 23-265, A. C. Irwin, salary............. 90.00
May 23-268, H. M. Wear, groceries........ 202.54
May 23-271, Skipper & Hart, meats.......... 37.49











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May 23-270, F. A. Gaskins, meats............ 73.64
May 23-273, 0. J. Young, labor two months.. 51.00
May 23-269, Bartow Steam Laundry, laundry. 79.03
May 23-267, H. P. Baya, salary ............. 187.50
May 29-277, P. J. Brucker-Haegy, salary.... 187.50
May 29-279, A. C. Irwin, salary............. 180.00
June 5-285, T. W. Gary, salary.............. 100.00
June 5-274, Joseph Hawthorne, labor........ 103.00
June 5-284, O. J. Young, waiter............. 50.00
June 5-275, A. J. James, janitor............ 110.75
June 5-276, T. W. Gary, salary ............. 100.00
June 5-272, Fred Carlson, cook............. 60.00
June 5-278, T. W. White, salary............ 180.00
June 5-287, Fred Carlson, cook............. 45.00
June 5-259, Fred Carlson, cook............. 30.00
June 5-280, J. W. Bell, salary.............. 90.00
June 5-288, H. M. Wear, groceries.......... 132.77

Total disbursements. .......... $8,302.31
June 5, 1905-Balance. ..................... 567.23

$8,869.54
1905.
June 5-Balance in the Fund................$. 567.23


SOUTH FLORIDA MILITARY COLLEGE.
(Current Expenses Continued).
RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31ST, IN-
CLUSIVE.
1905.
June 5-Balance as shown above..............$567.23
July 11-Transferred from South Florida Mili-
tary College Improvement Fund, by
order of State Board of Education.... 50.00

$617.23
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, Rnou JUNB ,5TH TO DECEMBER
31ST. INcLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Sep. 14-2355, H. P. Baya, Pres., on account of
outstanding warrants for salary, Jan.,
Feb., Apr. and May, 1905............$617.23
Total disbursements during the year .......... $9,486.77











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SOUTH FLORIDA MILITARY COLLEGE.

(IMPROVEMENTS.)

Prior to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, effective
same date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by or-
der of the Board of Trustees of the South Florida Military
College, and were paid by the State Treasurer, who was
also ex-officio Treasurer of the College.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY Isr TO JUNE 5Ta, INCLU-
SIVE.

1905.
Jan. 1-Balance, as per Report (Mess Hall
and Fur.) .................. ..... 50.00
Jan. 13-By Comp'r's War. No. 196 (Eng.
Insts.) ...... ................... 20.15
Jan. 13-By Compt'r's War. No. 198 (Gas
Plant & Appar't's)................ 13.67
Jan. 13-By Compt'r's War. No. 197 (Add'l ap-
paratus and physics) ............ 60.00
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1370 (Gas
Plant and apparatus.)............ 8.76
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1360 (Add'l ap-
paratus and physics.)............. 59.99
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1361 (gymna-
sium.) ....... ......... ..... .. .970.99
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1362 (fencing
and painting.) ................... 200.00
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1363 (baths,
sinks, etc.) ...................... 400.00
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1364 (survey-
ing instruments.) ................ 21.49
June 5-By Compt'r's War. No. 1365 (Library
appropriation.) ................. 1,066.47

$2.871.52
5 Treas.














DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FRoM JANUARY 1sT TO JUNE 5T1,
INCLUSIVE.

(Painting and Fencing.)

Paid. Warr.
June 5-559, Tom Davis, painting fence .......$ 14.00
June 5-555, T. J. Davis, fence............... 86.00
June 5-552, T. J. Davis, fencing............. 100.00

(Library.)

June 5- 1, Angle and Wilson, library cases.. 64.25
June 5- 5, Martin & Hoyt Co., library pur-
poses. ........ .................. 98.40
June 5- 4. Martin & Hoyt Co., library pur-
poses. ....... .................. 158.95
June 5- 2, H. P. Baya, library.............. 87.02
June 5- 3, Ammon & Mackell, library pur-
poses. ...... .................... 417.23
June 5- 6, Angle & Wilson, book cases...... 101.25
June 5- 7, T. W. Gary, library books....... 70.00
June 5- 11, H. P. Baya, library expenses..... 10.52
June 5- 9, Ammon & Mackell, library books.. 58.85

(Engineering Instruments.)

June 5-531, Queen & Co., engineering instru-
ments. ....... .................. 12.35
June 5-532, H. P. Baya, engineering.......... 7.80
June 5-5351/2, H. P. Baya, eng. material...... 2,19
June 5-536, The Caxton Co., apparatus....... 19.30

(Gas Plant, Etc.)

June 5-529, H. P. Baya, chemicals........... 13.67
June 5-541, H. P. Baya, sundry account...... 8.76

(Physical Apparatus.)

June 5-530, H. P. Baya. painting Phys. Lab... 15.00
June 5-528, H. P. Baya. laboratory casing.... 45.00
June 5-533, The Caxton Co................. 54.36
June 5-540, H. P. Baya, frt and hauling...... 5.63












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(Gymnasium.)

June 5-554, T. J. Davis, building gymnasium.. 425.00
June 5-553. T. J. Davis, building gymnasium.. 400.00
June 5-560, Tom Davis, painting gymnasium. 104.45
June 5-561, Knight & Wall, material, etc..... 41.54

(Bath House and Drainage.)

June 5-550, T. J. Davis. brick and freight.... 43.00
June 5-551, T. J. Davis, labor and material... 264.00
June 5-557, H. P. Baya, freight and hauling.. 9.28
June 5-556, J. E. Kuchler, bath tubs......... 67.17
June 5-558, Tom Davis, painting ........... 16.55

Total disbursements. .......... $2,821.52
June 5, 1905-Balance. ...... .............. 50.00

$2,871.53
1905.
June 5-Balance in Fund (Mess Hall and Furn-
iture). .........................$ 50.00
July 11-By order of the State Board of Educa-
tion, the balance remaining in this
Fund was transferred to the credit
of the South Florida Military Col-
lege current expenses fund (which
see.) ....... .......... ....... $ 50.00



FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, DEAF AND
DUMB.

Previous to the approval by the Governor of Chapter
5384, Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, effective
mame date, warrants were drawn against this Fund by
order of the Board of Trustees of the School, and were
paid by the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treas-
urer of the School under Chapter 5209, approved June
4, 1903.














RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 18T TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-
SIVE.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report............... $ 95.30
Jan. 16-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 215... 1,442.18
Feb. 21-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 483... 1,486.00
Mar. 17-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 633... 1,392.51
Apl. 25-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 1052. 1,410.75
May 23-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 1238.. 1,348.01
June 5-By Comptroller's Warrant No. 1368.. 452.45

$7,627.20

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3-365, W. A. Caldwell, December .....$ 37.50
Jan. 9-363, Miss Mary Rhyne, December.... 25.00
Jan. 9-362, Miss Willie I. McLane, December. 30.00
Jan. 16-318, W. E. Pope, November.......... 35.00
Jan. 16-356, Miss Sadie Lillard, December.... 40.00
Jan. 16-354, A. H. Walker, December........ 125.00
Jan. 16-353, Wm. B. Hare, December.......... 100.00
Jan. 16-355, Miss Pattie Thomason, December. 56.25
Jan. 16-358, Miss L. M. Burton, December.... 40.00
Jan. 16-368, Jonas Wofford, December....... 20.00
Jan. 16-370, Mamie Mills, December......... 12.00
Jan. 16-374, Jim Fluitt, December........... 15.00
Jan. 16-369, Etta Wofford, December......... 15.00
Jan. 16-372, Eva Israel, December........... 12.00
Jan. 16-373, Janie Hogan, December........ 12.00
Jan. 16-371, Ida Shells, December........... 12.00
Jan. 16C-359, R. L. Parks, December.......... 37.50
Jan. 16-364, T. W. Graham, Sr., December.... 35.00
Jan. 16-366, M. A. Caldwell, December....... 30.00
Jan. 16-357, Miss Cora M. Jack, December.... 40.00
Jan. 16-391, St. Aug. Groc. Co., December.... 364.76
Jan. 16-393, Ponce de Leon Phar., December. 10.88
Jan. 16-389, H. W. Davis & Co., December.... 8.05
Jan. 16-388, J. D. Andreu, December........ 84.31
Jan. 16-387, H. F. Masters, December........ 48.20
Jan. 16-390, Colee & Collins, December...... 6.65
Jan. 16-375, City Water Works, December.... 5.68
Jan. 16-376, W. B. Hare, December.......... 4.50












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Jan. 16-377, W. B. Hare, December.......... 9.25
Jan. 16-385, C. F. Hamblen, December....... 34.30
Jan. 16-382, Dr. DeWitt Webb, December.... 28.00
Jan. 16-367, Claudia Samuel, December...... 15.00
Jan. 16-380, The Record Company, December. 10.50
Jan. 16-392, H. & W. B. Drew Co., December. 7.81
Jan. 16-381, Wm. Mourey, December........ 6.55
Jan. 16-384, G. W. Corbett, December........ 10.40
Jan. 16-378, Jos. T. Pacetti & Co., December. 9.60
Jan. 18-379, So. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., December 2.50
Jan. 19-394, Bennett & Co., December......... 7.29
Jan. 23-383, St. Aug. Ice Works, December... 7.20
Jan. 23-251, Mrs. W. B. Hare, September.... 30.00
Jan. 25-386, S. Masters, December.'........ 1.50
Feb. 6-405, Miss Mary Rhyne, January...... 25.00
Feb. 6-406, T. W. Graham, Sr., January.... 35.00
Feb. 6-410, Jonas Wofford, January........ 20.00
Feb. 6-411, Etta Wofford, January.......... 15.00
Feb. 6-393, Miss Pattie Thomason, January. 56.25
Feb. 6-397, A. H. Walker, January......... 125.00
Feb. 6-401, R. L. Parks, January........... 37.50
Feb. 6-412, Ida Shells, January............ 12.00
Feb. 6-413, Eva Israel, January............. 12.00
Feb. 6-414, Janie Hogan, January .......... 12.00
Feb. 6-415, Mamie Mills, January........... 12.00
Feb. 6-416, Jim Fluitt, January............. 15.00
Feb. 8-407, W. A. Caldwell, January ........ 37.50
Feb. 8-417, Miss Cora M. Jack, January.... 40:00
Feb. 9-404, Miss Willie I. McLane, January.. 30.00
Feb. 10-361, W. E. Pope, December.......... 35.00
Feb. 10-400, Miss Lavinia M-. Burton, January. 40.00
Feb. 10-403, W. E. Pope, January........... 35.00
Feb. 10-408, M. A. Caldwell, January........ 30.00
Feb. 10-409, Claudia Samuel, January....... 15.00
Feb. 10-419, J. M. Rivers, January ........... 13.05
Feb. 10-422, G. W. Corbett, January ......... 11.08
Feb. 10-424, B. A. Andreu, January.......... 80.42
Feb. 10-425, Dr. DeWitt Webb, January ...... 60.00
Feb. 10-428, Record Company, January....... 32.20
Feb. 10-427, Ernest Reid, January........... 6.00
Feb. 10-431, J. C. Libby, January............ 3.00
Feb. 10-434, Ponce de Leon Pharmacy, January 11.09
Feb. 10-435, Colee & Collins, January........ 12.55
Feb. 10-437, H. & W. B. Drew Co., January... 17.07
Feb. 10-438, Hotel Supply Co., January...... 300.87













Feb. 11-436, C. F. Hamblen, January........ 53.87
Feb. 11-430, Jos. T. Pacetti & Co., January.... 2.50
Feb. 13-420, Alicia Hospital, January........ 10.00
Feb. 13-423, Bennett & Co., January.......... 4.95
Feb. 13-440, H. J. Drane, February.......... 22.30
Feb. 15-396, Wm. B. Hare, January.......... 100.00
Feb. 15-399, Miss Sadie Lillard, January.... 40.00
Feb. 15-421, William Mourey, January ....... 2.60
Feb. 15-433, Wm. B. Hare, January.......... 12.75
Feb. 17-429, S. Masters, January............. 1.50
Feb. 18-418, So. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., January. 2.50
Feb. 25-426, H. F. Masters, January......... 33.25
Mar. 17-442, A. H. Walker, February........ 125.00
Mar. 17-441, Wm. B. Hare, February........ 100.00
Mar. 17-443, Miss Pattie Thomason, February. 56.25
Mar. 17-444, Miss Sadie Lillard, February.... 40.00
Mar. 17-446, Miss L. M. Burton, February... 40.00
Mar. 17-447, R. L. Parks, February .......... 37.50
Mar. 17-452, T. W. Graham, Sr., February.... 35.00
Mar. 17-453, W. A. Caldwell, February...... 37.50
Mar. 17-455, Jonas Wofford, February....... 20.00
Mar. 17-456, Etta Wofford, February........ 15.00
Mar. 17-457, Ida Shells. February........... 1.2.00
Mar. 17-458, Eva Israel, February........... 12.00
Mar. 17-459, Janie Hogan, February......... 12.00
Mar. 17-460, Mamie Mills, February ......... 12.00
Mar. 17-461, Jim Fluitt, February........... 15.00
Mar. 17-445, Miss Cora M. Jack, February.... 40.00
Mar. 17-470, B. A. Andreu, February........ 80.01
Mar. 17-472, Record Co., February.......... i1.05
Mar. 17-477, H. & W. B. Drew Co., February.. 6.50
Mar. 17-479, C. F. Hamblen, February....... 53.13
Mar. 17-480, St. Aug. Groc. Co., February.... 321.20
Mar. 17-449, Miss Willie I. McLane, February. 30.00
Mar. 17-451, W. E. Pope, February.......... 35.00
Mar. 17-468, J. C. Libbey, February......... 5.51
Mar. 17-473, Bennett & Co., February........ 8.82
Mar. 17-476, Ponce de Leon Phar., February.. 3.74
Mar. 17-463, So. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., February 2.50
Mar. 17-469, G. W. Corbett, February....... 10.40
Mar. 17-471, Jos. Charriotte, February....... 38.59
Mar. 17-450, Miss Mary Rhyne, February.... 25.00
Mar. 17-454, M. A. Caldwell, February....... 30.00
Mar. 17-478, Colee & Collins, February...... 7.49
Mar. 17-474, Wm. B. Hare, February......... 4.74












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Mar. 17-432, Jos. Charriotte, January....... 40.50
Mar. 17-475, Dr. DeWitt Webb, February.... 4.00
Mar. 18-464, H. F. Masters, February........ 24.70
Mar. 22-462, Claudia Samuel, February...... 15.00
Mar. 22-465, St. Aug. Ice Works, February.. 6.00
Mar. 22-467, St. Aug. Ice Works, February... 5.85
Apl. 25-466, S. Masters, February ........... 1.50
Apl. 25-482, A. H. Walker, March........... 125.00
Apl. 25-317, Mrs. W. B. Hare, November..... 30.00
Apl. 25-498, Etta Wofford, March........... 15.00
Apl. 25-497, Jonas Wofford, March.......... 20.00
Apl. 25-501, Janie Hogan, March ........... 12.0(
Apl. 25-502, Mamie Mills, March............ 12.00
Apl. 25-500, Eva Israel, March.............. 12.00
Apl. 25-499, Ida Shells, March.............. 12.00
Apl. 25-483, Wm. B. Hare, Supt., March...... 100.00
Apl. 25-487, Miss L. M. Burton, March....... 40.00
Apl. 25-484, Miss Pattie Thomason, March... 56.25
Apl. 25-486, Miss Cora M. Jack, March...... 40.00
Apl. 25-488, R. L. Parks, March............. 37.50
Apl. 25-494, W. A. Caldwell, March.......... 37.50
Apl. 25-491, Miss Mary Rhyne, March....... 25.00
Apl. 25-510, Jno. D. Andreu, March.......... 87.78
Apl. 25-518, C. F. Hamblen, March........... 28.03
Apl. 25-522, Hotel Supply Co., March........ 298.86
Apl. 25-516, Colee & Collins, March.......... 12.00
Apl. 25-512, Bennett & Co., March........... 1.98
Apl. 25-520, Record Co., March............. 25.00
Apl. 25-519, Record Co., March.............. 14.l40
Apl. 25-490, Miss Willie I. McLane, March... 30.00
Apl. 25-508, H. W. Davis & Co., March....... 13.05
Apl. 25-485, Miss Sadie Lillard, March...... 40.00
Apl. 25-505, S. Masters, March.............. 1.50
Apl. 25-511, Ponce de Leon Pharmacy, March. 5.65
Apl. 25-496, Claudia Samuel, March......... 15.00
Apl. 25-495, M. A. Caldwell, March.......... 30.00
Apl. 25-506, G. W. Corbett, March........... 13.52
Apl. 25-503, Jim Fluitt, March.............. 15.00
Apl. 25-513, Jos. Charriotte, March.......... 39.50
Apl. 25-514, Dr. DeWitt Webb, March....... 6.00
Apl. 25-507, City Water Works, March...... 9.85
Apl. 25-504, So. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., March.. 2.50
Apl. 25-360, Mrs. W. B. Hare, December..... 30.00
Apl. 25-517, J. C. Libby, March.............. 2.60
Apl. 25-509, Travers Bros. Co., March........ 15.41












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Apl. 25-402, Mrs. W. B. Hare, January...... 30.00
Apl. 25-515, St. Aug. Ice Works, March...... 9.42
May 23-521, Wm. B. Hare, Supt. March...... 2.95
May 23-493, T. W. Graham, Sr., March....... 35.00
May 23-526, A. H. Walker, April............ 125.00
May 23-545, Mamie Mills, April.............. 12.00
May 23-540, Jonas Wofford, April........... 20.00
May 23-530, Miss L. M. Burton, April........ 40.00
May 23-529, Miss Cora M. Jack, April....... 40.00
May 23-537, W. A. Caldwell, April.......... 37.50
May 23-544, Janie Hogan, April............ 12.00
May 23-543, Eva Israel, April............... 12.00
May 23-542, Ida Shells, April ............... 12.00
May 23-523, H. F. Masters, March........... 46.50
May 23-541, Etta Wofford, April............. 15.00
May 23-534, T. W. Graham, Sr., April....... 35.00
May 23-546, Jim Fluitt, April.............. 15.00
May 23-536, Miss Mary Rhyne, April........ 25.00
May 23-525, Wm. B. Hare, April............ 100.00
May 23-535, Miss Willie I. McLane, April.... 30.00
May 23-448, Mrs. W. B. Hare, February...... 30.00
May 23-527, Miss Pattie Thomason, April.... 56.25
May 23-531, R. L. Parks, April.............. 37.50
May 23-538, M. A. Caldwell, April........... 30.00
May 23-550, So. Bell Tel. & Tel. Co., April.... 2.50
May 23-559, C. F. Hamblen, April........... 60.98
May 23-528, Miss Sadie Hillard, April....... 40.00
May 23-548, G. W. Corbett, April............ 10.40
May 23-560, St. Aug. Groc. Co., April....... 313.88
May 23-547, John D. Andreu, April......... 80.92
May 23-557, Colee & Collins, April.......... 13.73
May 23-551, Bennett & Co., April............ 5.50
May 23-553, H. W. Davis & Co., April........ 4.35
May 23-552, Jos. Charriotte, April .......... 39.50
May 23-555, Dr. DeWitt Webb, April........ 9.00
May 23-556, S. Masters, April ............... 1.50
May 23-554, St. Aug. Ice Works, April...... 10.50
May 26-539, Claudia Samuel, April.......... 15.00
May 31-558, WVm. B. Hare, April............ 8.00
June 5-563, A. H. Walker, May.............. 125.00
June 5-584, Jim Fluitt, May ............... 15.00
June 5-568, R. L. Parks, May............... 37.50
June 5-564, Miss Pattie Thomason, May.... 56.25
June 5-567, Miss L. M. Burton, May........ 40.00
June 5-571, T. W. Graham, Sr., May........ 35.00












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June 5-580, Ida Shells, May................ 12.00
June 5-576, M. A. Caldwell, May............ 30.00
June 5-562, Wm. B. Hare, May............. 100.00
June 5-565, Miss Cora M. Jack, May........ 40.00
June 5-570, W. E. Pope, May .............. 35.00
June 5-533, W. E. Pope, April.............. 35.00
June 5-489, W. E. Pope, March............... 35.00

Total disbursements January 1st to June 5th,
1905. ....... ... ....................... 7,627.20


Of the foregoing disbursements, there were paid
out of a balance to the credit of this fund on
hand January 1, 1905 ...................... 95.30
Out of receipts derived from Comptroller's War-
rants issued from January 1 to June 5, inclu-
sive, under the appropriation of 1903........ 7,531.90
S$7,627.20



INSTITUTE FOR BLIND, DEAF AND DUMB-(Con-
tinued).

(Formerly Florida School for Blind, Deaf and Dumb).
After the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
approved June 5, 1905, effective same date, warrants au-
thorized by the appropriation of 1903 for the school were
drawn by the Comptroller against the General Revenue
Fund, direct, upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, in payment only of bills which had accrued on or
prior to June 30, 1905, and were paid by the Treasurer
from the General Revenue Fund, in pursuance of the pro-
visions of said Chapter 5384.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31sT, INcLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 21-2180, 1st N. B. Talla. for W. A. Cald-
well, teacher Col. Dep. May......$ 37.50
Aug. 21-2178, 1st N. B. Talla. for St. Aug. Ice
Wks., ice. ....................... 16.00











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Aug. 21-2171, 1st N. B. Talla. for Mrs. W. B.
Hare, Matron, May .............. 30.00
Aug. 23-2197, Drew Co., stationery .......... 3.10
Aug. 24-2170, 1st N. B. Talla. for Mrs. W. B.
Hare, Matron, April............ 30.00
Following Warrants, paid August 24, 1905, were issued
to the First Nat. Bk., St. Augustine, for parties named,
to-wit:
Aug. 24-2208, C. F. Hamblen, supplies....... 24.25
Aug. 24-2200, Bennett & Co., shoes.......... 14.19
Aug. 24-2207, St. Aug. Gro. Co., supplies..... 58.95
Aug. 24-2194, Record Co., stationery.......... 4.15
Aug. 24-2192, A. W. Corbett, provisions.... 237.05
Aug. 24-2167, Miss W. McLane, Supvr. May.. 30.00
Aug. 24-2172, M. Mills, housegirl, May....... 12.00
Aug. 24-2169, H. F. Masters, services, April.. 13.00
Aug. 24-2173, J. Hogan, laundress, May...... 12.00
Aug. 24-2174, Eva Israel, laundress, May.... 12.00
Aug. 24-2198, W. B. Hare, Supt., expenses.... 283.80
Aug. 24-2196, So. Bell Tel. Co., phone........ 2.50
Aug. 24-2175, Etta Wofford, cook, May...... 15.00
Aug. 24-2177, C. Samuel, Supvr., May........ 15.00
Aug. 24-2176, J. Wofford, head cook, May.... 20.00
Aug. 24-2166, M. Rhyne, Supvr., May........ 25.00
Aug. 24-2199, J. Chariatte, supplies.......... 51.85
Aug. 24-2201, J. D. Andreu, meats........... 87.22
Aug. 24-2202, Ponce de Leon Phar., supplies. 7.25
Aug. 24-2203, G. W. Corbett, fish............ 10.40
Aug. 24-2204, Collee & Collins, supplies...... 4.40
Aug. 24-2205, S. Masters, shoes.............. 1.50
Aug. 24-2206, Davis & Co., clothes........... 7.05
Aug. 24-2193, C. F. Hamblen, supplies....... 4.64
Aug. 24-2195, Transfer Co., hauling.......... 9.50
Aug. 24-2168, Mrs. W. B. Hare, Matron, March 30.00
Aug. 24-2165, A. Molander, Instr., Apl. & May. 50.00
Aug. 24-2182, H. J. Drane, Trus., expenses.... 20.80
Aug. 25-2181, J. M. Rivers, Trus., expenses.. 15.40
Aug. 26-2185, A. W. Corbett, supplies........ 26.50
Aug. 26-2179, M. A. Caldwell, Matron, May.. 30.00
Aug. 28-2188, A. H. Walker, teacher, June.... 62.56
Aug. 28-2189, Mrs. W. B. Hare, Matron, June. 30.00
Aug. 28-2191, C. F. Hamblen, supplies....... 4.30
Aug. 28-2187, W. B. Hare, Supt., June...... 100.0,
Aug. 31-2184, Ice Works, ice............... 8.58











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Sept. 2-2342, M. & P. Bk, for W. Mourey,
glasses. ...... ................ 1.15
Sept. 2-2190, E. Wofford, cook, etc., June.... 10.00
Sept. 4-2186, Water Works, water......... 7.42
Sept. 4-2183, C. J. Dupont, syrup........... 27.00
Sept. 11-2496, W. B. Hare, for Miss S. Lillard,
salary, May. .................... 40.00

Disbursements, June 5th to December 31st,
1905. ................................... .$1,543.16

SUMMARY or DISBURSEMENTS UNDER APPROPRIATION OF
1903.

Disbursed January 1st to June 5th,
1905, from balance on hand Jan-
uary 1, 1905. ...................$ 95.30
From receipts by Comptroller's War-
rants from General Revenue Fund. 7,531.90 $7,627.20

Disbursed June 5th to December
31st, 1905, from General Revenue
Fund, direct ................... 1,543.16

Total disbursements during the year:
From balance on hand January 1,
1905. .... ..................... $ 95.30
From receipts from General Revenue
Fund during the year ............ 9,075.06 $9,170.36



FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE.
(Current Expenses.)
Previous to the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of
Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants on account of
the appropriation made by the Legislature of 1903 for the
Florida State College were drawn by the Comptroller,
upon bills approved by the Board of Trustees of the Col-
lege, against the General Revenue Fund, direct, and were
paid from said funds by the State Treasurer. After said
enactment warrants were drawn by the Comptroller upon
vouchers approved by the Board of Control, as provide
by Chapter 5384.











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Comptroller's warrants drawn upon bills approved by
the Board of Trustees of the College and paid during the
year were as follows:

DISBURSvMENTS IN 1905.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 11- 160, For Florida State College (a)..$25,099.90
Feb. 21- 414, For Florida State College.... 1,951.11
Mar. 27- 718, For Florida State College..... 2,233.85
Apr. 15- 943, For Florida State College.... 1,780.17
May 13-1210, For Florida State College..... 1,991.35
June 5-1366, For Florida State College..... 2,000.00

435,056.38
Comptroller's warrants drawn upon vouchers approved
by the Board of Control and paid during the year were
as follows:
Aug. 21-2139, J. W. Henderson, Agt., rent....$ 30.00
Aug. 21-2136, J. D. Cay, moving piano....... 2.00
Aug. 26-2137, J. McDougall, P. M., stamps.... 5.00
Oct. 2-2138, E. W. Clark, crayons... ........ 1.20

$ 38.20
Total disbursements during the year.. $35,094.58



EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY.
(Current Expenses).

Previous to the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of
Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants on account of
the appropriation made by the Legislature of 1903 for the
East Florida Seminary were drawn by the Comptroller,
upon bills approved by the State Board of Education,
against the General Revenue Fund, direct, and were paid
from said fund by the State Treasurer. After said enact-
ment, warrants were drawn by the Comptroller, upon
vouchers approved by the Board of Control, as provided
by Chapter 5384.
(a) This warrant was on account of expenses of the
College accruing previous to 1905.












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Comptroller's warrants drawn upon bills approved by
the State Board of Education and paid during the year
were as follows:

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 11- 163, For East Florida Seminary... $ 2,836.51
Feb. 21- 398, For East Florida Seminary.... 1,887.80
Mar. 17- 700, For East Florida Seminary... 2,385.65
May 23-1241, For East Florida Seminary... 2,411.61
June 2-1285, For East Florida Seminary.... 2,946.41
June 5-1367, For East Florida Seminary.... 2,039.84
$14,507.82

Comptroller's warrants drawn upon vouchers approved
by the Board of Control and paid during the year were
as follows:
Aug. 24-2133, G. M. Lynch, teacher, June.... $ 100.00
Aug. 24-2134, W. L. Floyd, teacher, June..... 100.00
Aug. 24-2132, J. M. Pound, Supt., June...... 228.66
Aug. 31-2135, Annie C. Macy, stenog., June... 60.00
$ 488.66
Total disbursements during the year. .$14,996.48



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL (DeFuniak Springs.)

(Current Expenses.)

Previous to the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws tf
Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants on account of
the appropriation made by the Legislature of 1903 for
the State Normal School were drawn by the Comptrol-
ler, upon bills approved by the State Board of Education,
against the General Revenue Fund, direct, and were paid
from said fund by the State Treasurer. After said enact-
ment, warrants were drawn by the Comptroller, upon
vouchers approved by the Board of Control, as provided
by Chapter 5384.












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Comptroller's warrants drawn upon bills approved by
the State Board of Education and paid during the year
were as follows:

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.


Paid. Warr.
Jan. 30- 288,
Mar. 6- 532,
Mar. 10- 554,
Mar. 15- 592,
Mar. 23- 636,
May 1-1054,
May 26-1226,
May 31-1239,


H. E. Bennett, Principal...... .$1,809.97
H. E. Bennett, Principal...... 682.45
H. E. Bennett, Principal....... 1,126.50
H. E. Bennett, Principal....... 668.60
H. E. Bennett, Principal....... 1,771.48
H. E. Bennett, Principal....... 1,849.07
H. E. Bennett, Principal...... 1,773.37
H. E. Bennett, Principal...... 51.28

$9,732.72


Comptroller's warrants drawn upon vouchers approved
by the Board of Control and paid during the year were as
follows:


Aug. 22-2088, Mrs. M. E. Cherry, housekeeper..$
Aug. 23-2125, S. E. Gayman, janitor........
Aug. 23-2123, Mrs. M. E. Cherry, housekeeper.
Aug. 23-2122, Cassie L. Ostrander, assistant..
Aug. 23-2120, A. E. Chaires, assistant........
Aug. 23-2119, M. W. Rindell, assistant......
Aug. 23-2117, W. G. Davis, assistant........
Aug. 23-2115, W. N. Sheats, assistant........
Aug. 23-2124, Julia McKinnon, librarian, etc..
Aug. 23-2113, H. E. Bennett, Principal......
Aug. 23-2114, W. S. Cawthon, Asst. Prin.....
Aug. 23-2112, S. E. Gayman, janitor........
Aug. 23-2118, Hallie Lewis, assistant........
Aug. 23-2089, Julia McKinnon, librarian, etc.
Aug. 23-2116, B. Davenport, assistant.......
Aug. 23-2126, H. E. Bennett, Prin., sundries..
Sep. 1-2121, Lucia McCulloch, assistant.....
Sep. 1-2339, H. E. Bennett, Prin, scholarships


25.00
24.00
25.00
25.00
75.00
100.00
100.00
150.00
25.00
187.50
150.00
9.00
75.00
25.00
125.00
62.38
65.00
629.36


$1,877.24

Total disbursements during the year..$11,609.96












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ST. PETERSBURG NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL
SCHOOL.

Previous to the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of
Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants on account of
the appropriation made by the Legislature in 1903 for
the St. Petersburg Normal and Industrial School, were
drawn by the Comptroller, upon bills filed in his office,
approved by the State Board of Education, against the
General Revenue Fund, direct, and were paid from said
fund by the State Treasurer. After said enactment, war-
rants were drawn by the Comptroller upon vouchers ap-
proved by the Board of Control, as provided by Chapter
6384.
Comptroller's warrants drawn upon bills approved by
the State Board of Education and paid during the year
were as follows:

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.
Paid. Warr.
Feb. 4- 305, Jos. E. Guisinger, Principal....$ 852.50
Mar. 10- 585, Jos. E. Guisinger, Principal.... 1,013.24
Mar. 23- 694, Jos. E. Guisinger, Principal.... 859.55
Apr. 27- 989, Jos. E. Guisinger............ 82.50
May 3-1056, Jos. E. Guisinger............ 905.20
June 8-1225, Jos. E. Guisinger, Principal.... 852.50

$4,565.49

Comptroller's warrants drawn upon vouchers approved
by the Board of Control and paid during the year were as
follows:
Sept. 9-2381, Sun Ptg. Co., printing......... $ 4.75
Sept. 9-2388, Henry Schutz, mdse............ 1.25
Sept. 9-2389, West Coast Telephone, service. 6.65
Sept. 9-2395, St. P. L. & P. Co., lights...... 3.43
Sept. 9-2377, Nat P. Fry, janitor, services... 40.00
Sept. 9-2390, W. A. Holshouser, stationery.. .80
Sept. 9-2378, Sims Bros., mdse.............. 1.55
Sept. 9-2394, J. G. Stevens En. Co., stationery 17.00
Sept. 11-2392, G. Edwards & Son, letter. Motto 1.00
Sept. 11-2376, Miss M. McLeod, stenog., etc... 40.00
Sept. 11-2379, Ed. T. Lewis, groceries........ 5.19
Sept. 11-2380, Ed. T. Lewis, groceries. ........ .25











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Sept. 12-2426, F. R. Lanman, instructor, sal.. 85.00
Sept. 13-2393, L. C. Hefner, groceries........ 15.78
Sept. 13-2396, A. Norwood, mdse............ 2.25
Sept. 13-2397, Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, dict.. 2.29
Sept. 14-2385, E. R. Harman, instructor...... 100.00
Sept. 14-2383, Elizabeth Bangs, instructor.... 125.00
Sept. 16-2384, Guy Allee, instructor.......... 100.00
Sept. 20-2382, Byron Broom, instructor...... 100.00
Sept. 20-2386, Times Pub. Co., advtg......... 28.75
Sept. 27-2375, A. Guisinger, instructor....... 75.00
Oct. 7-2391, Ferguson Mus Co., piano tuning 3.00
Oct. 17-2374, Jos. E. Guisinger, cash advanced 14.82
Oct. 17-2387, Jos. E. Guisinger, Prin., sal... 187.50

$ 961.1-

Total disbursements during the year... $5,526.67



FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE INCIDENTAL FUND.

Receipts in this Fund are from incidental fees paid by
students of the College, library fees, laboratory fees, and
the special fees charged for the courses in higher art,
elocution, music and voice culture. Warrants are drawn
against the Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouchers ap-
proved by the Board of Control, and are paid by the
Treasurer.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Nov. 6-Deposited by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control ................. .1,114.75
Dec. 7-Deposited by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control ................. 473.50

$1,588.25
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.
Paid. Warr.
Dec. 21-4301, Fred W. Kettle, Secretary, etc.,
sal. self and wife, Nov............. 125.00
Dec. 21-4304, Miss Madeleine Keipp, Prof.
Pianoforte, sal. Oct. 27 to Nov. 27.. 175.00











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Dec. 22-4303, Miss Marion E. Jones, Prof. Do-
mestic Sci. & Art, sal. Oct. 27 to
Nov. 27. ......................... 125.00
Dec. 22-4300, Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, lady prin-
cipal, sal. Nov................... 25.00
Dec. 30-4302, Miss Mary Fortson, Instructor
of Pianoforte, sal. Oct. 27 to Nov. 27. 50.00

Total disbursements for the year ...... $ 500.00
Dec. 31-Balance .......................... 1,088.25

$1,588.25
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund................ $1,088.25



FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per Report.............. $3,963.85

$3,963.85

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

No disbursements.
Dec. 31-Balance. ........................ $3,963.85

1906. 3,963.85
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund................ $3,963.85
6 Treas.












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COLORED COLLEGE, MORRILL FUND.

'Prior to the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, effective same
date, vouchers for this Fund were approved by the State
Board of Education, for the use of the State Normal and
Industrial School for Colored Students, and were paid by
the State Treasurer, who was also ex-officio Treasurer of
said school.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH. INCLU-
SIVB.
1905.
Jan. 1-Balance, as per Report ............. $9,103.59

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.

General Expenses Paid in January, 1905.

Jan. 12-Taylor Barnes, labor................... 7.80
Jan. 12-J. W. Collins, salt.................. 1.85
Jan. 12-Tallahassee Water Co., water........ 30.00
Jan. 12-Balkcom Drug Co., mdse............ .39
Jan. 12-J. L. Pringle, groceries............. 2.35
Jan. 12-S. A. L. Ry., freight................. .90
Jan. 12-A. H. Andrews Co., slates........... 37.08
Jan. 12-L. C. Yaeger, supplies ........ ..... 29.38
Jan. 12-Ideal Millinery Co., supplies......... 73.19
Jan. 12-Levy Brothers, mdse................ 116.75
Jan. 12-S. P. Rozear, plumbing............. 9.25
Jan. 12-W. R. Wilson, cloth................. .75
Jan. 12-W. R. Wilson. cloth ................ 7.50
Jan. 12-Ball & Demilley, supplies ............ 3.43
Jan. 12-Gilmore & Davis Co.. supplies ....... 32.55

Labor Pay Roll for December. 1904.

Jan. 12-Edward M. Britt, milker............. 5.00
Jan. 12-Albert Mays. farm assistant......... 16.00
Jan. 12-Frank Butler, farm assistant......... 5.00
Jan. 12-K. Thompson, milker ............... 2.50












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Teachers' Pay Roll for December, 1904.

Jan. 12-N. B. Young, Pres.; Eng. Reviews.... 125.00
Jan. 12-F. C. Johnson, Supvr. Mech. Draw.... 100.00
Jan 12-Geo. M. Sampson. mathematics....... 95.00
Jan, 12-Zachary T. Hubert, science.......... 90.00
Jan. 12-W. H. A. Howard, painting.......... 75.00
Jan. 12-Mary E. Melvin. English .............. 45.00
Jan 12-Ada Hawes, English................. 50.00
Jan. 12-C. D. Menafee, Sup't of Farm........ 55.00
Jan. 12-J. B. Bragg, blacksmithing .......... 75.00
Jan. 12-W. P. Welch. carpentry............. 60.00
Jan. 12-Lula M. Cropper, English............ 50.00
Jan. 12-Ellen O. Paige, dressmaking........ 50.00
Jan. 12-M. E. Hall, English................. 47.00
Jan. 12-Mary E. Jamieson. cooking, etc....... 45.00
Jan. 12-Edward L. Gordon. printing......... 45.00
Jan. 12-A. E. Martin. tailoring.............. 50.00
Jan. 12-E. A. Johnson, millinery ........... 25.00
Jan. 12-M. A. Bulkley, nurse-training......... 15.00

General Expenses Paid in February, 1905.

Feb. 27-W. A. Powell, labor................. .60
Feb. 27-Geo. W. Powell. labor ............. .09
Feb. 27-A. L. Bentley. corn ................ 28.00
Feb. 27-A. L. Bentley, corn.................. 13.65
Feb. 27-W. N. Sheats, Jr., fertilizer.......... 10.00
Feb. 27-George Wood, labor................. .90
Feb. 27-C. C. L. & F. Co., coal.............. 15.05
Feb. 27-Chas. Bryant, charcoal .............. 3.35
Feb. 27-Balkcom Drug Co., seed............. 12.55
Feb. 27-Lakeside Pub. Co., subscription...... 2.00
Feb. 27-Weekly Tallahassean, stationery..... 5.75
Feb. 27-W. N. Sheats. Jr., peas.............. 23.20
Feb. 27-Eugene Dietzgen Co., ink............ 3.20
Feb. 27-M. T. Richardson Co., book.......... 1.39
Feb. 27-A. H. Andrews Co., crayon.......... 7.00
Feb. 27-Am. Jnl Nursing. subscription....... 2.00
Feb. 27-Eimer & Amend. supplies........... 2.70
Feb. 27-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies....... 19.55
Feb. 27-L. C. Yaeger, supplies............... 22.68












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Labor Pay Roll for January, 1905.

Feb. 27-Edw. Britt, dairy assistant......... 5.00
Feb. 27-Ketons Thompson, milker............ 2.50
Feb. 27-Albert Mays, farm assistant.......... 16.00
Feb. 27-Frank Butler, farm assistant........ 5.00

Teachers' Pay Roll for January, 1905.

Feb. 27-N. B. Young, Pres.; Eng. Reviews.... 125.00
Feb. 27-F. C. Johnson, Supvr. Mech. Draw... 100.00
Feb. 27-Geo. M. Sampson, mathematics....... 95.00
Feb. 27-Zachary T. Hubert, science........... 90.00
Feb. 27-W. H. A. Howard, painting.......... 75.00
Feb. 27-Mary E. Melvin, English............ 45.00
Feb. 27-Ada Hawes, English................ 50.00
Feb. 27-C. D. Menafee, Sup't of Farm........ 55.00
Feb. 27-J. B. Bragg, blacksmithing........... 75.00
Feb. 27-C. A. Coles, carpentry .............. 55.00
Feb. 27-Lula M. Cropper, English........... 50.00
Feb. 27-Ellen O. Paige, dressmaking.......... 50.0O
Feb. 27-M. E. Hall, English ................ 47.00
Feb. 27-Mary E. Jamieson, cooking, etc....... 45.00
Feb. 27-Edward L. Gordon, printing........ 45.00
Feb. 27-0. E. Martin, tailoring.............. 50.00
Feb. 27-E. A. Johnson, millinery ............ 25.00
Feb. 27-M. A. Bulkley, nurse-training......... 15.00

General Expenses Paid in March, 1905.

Mar. 13-E. P. Knight, oil ................... 2.00
Mar. 13-Levy Bros., cow feed................. 36.00
Mar. 13-Balkcom Drug Co., stock drugs...... 2.60
Mar. 13-Frank Jones, charcoal............. 4.38
Mar. 13-Hardee-Smith Co., seed............. 1.75
Mar. 13-E. C. Atkins & Co., saw, etc......... 8.30
Mar. 13-Southern Ex. Co., express........... 1.85
Mar. 13-Southern Ex. Co.,' express........... .60
Mar. 13-Southern Ex. Co., express........... 4.95
Mar. 15-S. A. L. Ry., freight................. 1.53
Mar. 13-S. A. L. Ry., freight ................ 4.36
Mar. 13-J. L. Pringle, supplies .............. 9.68
Mar. 13-Miss Elva C. Vason, calf............ 25.00
Mar. 13-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies...... 16.20











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'Mar. 13-J. W. Collins, seed potatoes......... 17.45
Mar. 13-J. 0. Price, farm assistance.......... 2.00
Mar. 13-Taylor Barnes, farm assistance...... 6.00
Mar. 13-Lewis Jackson, farm assistance...... 2.00
Mar. 13-S. C. James, supplies............... 17.88
Mar. 13-L. C. Yaeger, supplies............... 29.39

Labor Pay Roll for February, 1905.

Mar. 13-Edw. Britt, dairy assistant.......... 5.00
Mar. 13-Albert Mays, farm assistant........ 16.00
Mar. 13-Ketons Thompson, milker........... 2.50
Mar. 13-J. Frank Butler, feeder............. 5.00

Teachers' Pay Roll for February, 1905.

Mar. 13-N. B. Young, Pres.; Eng. Reviews.... 125.00
Mar. 13-F. C. Johnson, Supvr. Mech. Draw... 100.00
Mar. 13-Geo. M. Sampson, mathematics....... 95.00
Mar. 13-Z. T. Hubert, science................ 90.00
Mar. 13-W. H. A. Howard, painting........... 75.00
Mar. 13-M. E. Melvin, English.............. 45.00
Mar. 13-Ada Hawes, English............... 50.00
Mar. 13-C. D. Menafee, Supt. of Farm....... 55.00
Mar. 13-J. B. Bragg, blacksmithing.......... 75.00
Mar. 13-C. A. Coles, carpentry .............. 55.00
Mar. 13-L. M. Cropper, English............. 50.00
Mar. 13-E. O. Paige, sewing................ 50.00
Mar. 13-M. E. Hall, English................. 47.00
Mar. 13-M. E. Jamieson, cooking, etc......... 45.00
Mar. 13-E. L. Gordon, printing .............. 45.00
Mar. 13-A. E. Martin, tailoring.............. 50.00
Mar. 13-E. A. Johnson, millinery... ......... 25.00
Mar. 13-M. A. Bulkley, nurse-training........ 15.00

General Expenses Paid in April, 1905.

Apl. 13-A. L. Bentley, corn ................. 14.00
Apl. 13-A. L. Bentley, corn:................. 14.35
Apl. 13-Southern Ex. Co., express........... 2.00
Apl. 13-American Blacksmith Co., books...... 4.50
Apl. 13-W. H. Markham, corn........ ....... 1.60
Apl. 13-Balkeom Drug Co., seeds........... 2.55
Apl. 13-McCarthy & Fleming, mdse and labor. 5.55











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Apl. 13-J. G. Joyner, L .................... 8.18
Apl. 13--W. I. Vason, cows................. 175.00
Apl. 13-C. S. Partridge, book. ............... 1.50
Apl. 13-Tallahassee Iron Works, labor....... 2.50
Apl. 13-W. R. Wilson, needles............... .10
Apl. 13-I. N. Megargee & Co., paper.......... 25.83
Apl. 13-J. B. Clow & Sons, mdse.......... ... 2.77
Apl. 13-Mason & Hanson, mdse.............. 38.29

Labor Pay Roll for March, 1905.

Apl. 13-Frank Butler, ieeder................. 5.00
Apl. 13-Edw. M. Britt, dairy assistant....... 5.09
Apl. 13-Ketons Thompson, milkman.......... 2.50
Apl. 13-Albert Mays, farm assistant.......... 16.00

Teachers' Pay Roll for March, 1905.

Apl. 13-N. B. Young, President ............. 125.00
Apl. 13-F. C. Johnson, Supr. Mech. Dep...... 100.00
Apl. 13-Geo. M. Sampson, mathematics....... 95.00
Apl. 13-Z. T. Hubert, science............... 90.08
Apl. 13-W. H. A. Howard, painting.......... 75.09
Apl. 13-M. E. Melvin, English ............... 45.00
Apl. 13-Ada Hawes, English ................ 50.00
Apl. 13-C. D. Menafee, Supt. of Farm....... 55.00
Apl. 13-J. B. Bragg, blacksmithing.......... 75.00
Apl. 13-C. A. Coles, carpentry................ 55.00
Apl. 13-L. M. Cropper, English .............. 50.00
Apl. 13-E. O. Paige, dressmaking............ 50.00
Apl. 13-M. E. Hall, English................. 47.00
Apl. 13-M. E. Jamieson, cooking, etc......... 45.00
Apl. 13-E. L. Gordon, printing ............. 45.00
Apl. 13-A. E. Martin, tailoring.............. 50.00
Apl. 13-E. A. Johnson, millinery............ 25.00
Apl. 13-M. A. Bulkley, nurse-training......... 15.00

General Expenses Paid in May, 1905.

May 17-W. J. O. Meade, harness............ 1.30
May 17-Tallahassee Water Co., water........ 30.00
May 17-Balkcom Drug Co., seeds............ 2.55
May 17-Chas. Bryant, charcoal............... 2.10
May 17-J. J. Nims, oats, etc ................. 32.9











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May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May



May
May
May
May


17-Levy Bros., supplies... .............
17-Levy Bros., supplies................
17-Child Bros., lumber supplies.........
17-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies........
17-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies........
17-Glen St. Mary Nurseries, trees.......
17-Southern Printers' Sup. Co., supplies.
17-L. C. Yaeger, supplies...............
17-L. C. Yaeger, supplies ..............

Labor Pay Roll for April, 1905.

17-Frank Butler, feeder. .............
17-Edk. M. Britt, milkman ............
17-K. Thompson, milker................
17-Albert Mays, farm assistant..........

Teachers' Pay Roll for April, 1905.


16.90
47.55
17.30
15.05
4.95
28.16
29.36
16.99
28.85



5.00
5.00
2.50
16.00


May 17-N. B. Young, Pres.; Eng. Reviews.... 125.00
May 17-F. C. Johnson, Supvr. Mech. Dept.... 100.00
May 17-Geo. M. Sampson, mathematics...... 95.00
May 17-Z. T. Hubert, science ................ 90.00
May 17-W. A. A. Howard, painting.......... 75.00
May 17-M. E. Melvin, English ............... 45.00
May 17-Ada Hawes, English................ 50.00
May 17-C. D. Menafee, Supt. Farm.......... 55.00
May 17-J. B. Bragg, blacksmithing .......... 75.00
May 17-C. A. Coles, carpentry............... 55.00
May 17-L. M. Cropper, English.............. 50.00
May 17-E. O. Paige, dressmaking............ 50.00
May 17-M. E. Hall, English ................ 47.00
May 17-M. E. Jamieson, cooking, etc......... 45.00
May 17-E. L. Gordon, printing............... 45.00
May 17-A. E. Martin, tailoring.............. 50.00
May 17-E. A. Johnson, millinery ........... 25.00
May 17-M. A. Bulkley, nurse-training ........ 15.00

Total disbursements .......... $6,901.60
June 5, 1905- Balance. .... ................ 2,201.99

$9,103.59
1905.
June 5 -Balance in the Fund................ $2,201.99












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COLORED COLLEGE MORRILL FUND (Continued).

Since the approval by the Governor of Chapter 5384,
Laws of Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants are
drawn against this Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, in pursuance of
the provisions of said Chapter 5384.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER 31ST, IN
CLUSIVE.
1905.
June 5-Balance as shown above............ $ 2,201.99
July 11-U. S. Government appropriation.... 12,500.00

$14,701.99

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JUNE 5TH TO DECEMBER
31ST, INCLUSIVE.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 5-1896, N. B. Young, Pres.... $2,169.83
Covering following items:
Eddie Johnson, labor. .....$ 2.45
King Harrison, labor...... 4.12
Tony Johnson, labor....... 3.00
Robert Hawkins, labor.... 3.30
E. W. Clark, supplies...... 1.45
H. C. Calhoun, labor....... 10.10
C. C. L. & F. Co., coal.... 5.63
So. Ex. Co., freight....... .35
H. N. Sweeting, supplies... 19.48
E. P. Knight, oil........... 2.00
Levy Bros., feed.......... 1.00
A. Taylor, labor........... 6.74
VanBrunt & Demilly sup-
plies. ................. 11.63
McCarthy & Fleming, re-
pairs. .................. 1.25
Pawley Pub. Co., subscrip-
tion. ........ .......... 1.00
G., F. & A. R. R. Co., frt.. 2.22
Eugene Dietzgen, paper.... .80
W. R. Wilson, supplies..... .60












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W. R. Wilson, supplies....
Ideal Millinery Co., sup-
plies. ..... ...........


7.80

72.10


$184.33

Labor Pay Roll for May, 1905.


Frank Butler, feeder ......
Edw. M. Britt, milkman...
K. Thompson, milker......
Albert Mays, farm asst....


5.00
5.00
2.50
16.00


$28.50
Teachers' Pay Roll for May, 1905.


N. B. Young, Pres.........
(Salary May, June, July,
August and September)
F. C. Johnson, Sup. Me. Dt.
(Salary for May and June.)
Geo. M. Sampson, mathe...
Z. T. Hubert, science......
W. H. A. Howard, painting.
M. E. Melvin, English.....
Ada Hawes, English.......
C. D. Menafee, Supt. farm.
(Salary for May, June,
July, August and Sep-
tember).
J. B. Bragg, blacksmithing.
C. A. Coles, carpentry......
L. M. Cropper, English....
E. O. Paige, dressmaking..
M. E. Hall, English.......
M. E. Jamieson, cooking, etc
E. L. Gordon, printing....
(Salary May and June)
A. E. Martin, tailoring.....
E. A. Johnsoi, millinery...
M. A. Bulkley, nurse-tr'ning


625.00


200.00

95.00
90.00
75.00
45.00
50.00
275.00



75.00
55.00
50.00
50.00
47.00
45.00
90.00

50.00
25.00
15.00


$1,957.00
L. C. Yaeger, supplies..... 27.31











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Oct. 20-3212, Balkcom Drug Co., supplies.... 4.$0
Oct. 20-3212, Balkcom Drug Co., supplies.... 10.95
Oct. 21-3197, L. C. Yaeger, suppplies........ 4.75
Oct. 21-3198, L. C. Yaeger, supplies.......... 11.36
Oct. 21-3204, G. M. Sampson, supplies........ 14.87
Oct. 21-3203, Frank Butler, labor............. 48.00
Oct. 21-3209, C. Algero, seed corn........... 1.50
Oct. 21-3202, C. B. White, labor............ 14.40
Oct. 21-3201, C. B. White, labor............. 15.0G
Oct. 21-3211, Levy Bros., supplies ........... 26.48
Oct. 21-3218, J. B. Bragg, labor............. 19.75
Oct. 21-3205, Tony Johnson, labor........... 12.27
Oct. 21-3206, Tony Johnson, labor.......... 16.06
Oct. 21-3199, King Harris, labor............ 11.88
Oct. 21-3208, Robert Hawkins, labor........ 23.55
Oct. 21-3207, Robert Hawkins, labor......... 15.00
Oct. 21-3216, Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies.. 10.09
Oct. 25-3200, Albert Mays, labor.............. 48.00
Oct. 31-3215, I. N. Megargee & Co., supplies.. 8.52
Nov. 4-3210, Illus. Milliner, subscription.... 3.00
Nov. 7-3196, S. A. L. Ry., freight........... .82
Nov. 7-3214, Talla. W. W. Co., water........ 30.08
Dec. 7-3894, A. E. Martin, sal.............. 50.08
Dec. 7-3931, L. C. Yaeger, supplies.......... 15.60
Dec. 7-3907, L. C. Yaeger, supplies......... 261.12
Dec. 7-3906, N. B. Young, for C. C. stables,
two horses. ...... .... .... ..... 305.08
Dec. 7-3914, N. B. Young, sal.............. 50.00
Dec. 7-3926, J. B. Bragg, sal............... 80.00
Dec. 8-3913, C. D. Menafee, sal. ............ 55.00
Dec. 8-3919, E. J. Powell, sal............... 45.00
Dec. 8-3917, Ada Hawes, sal............... 55.00
Dec. 8-3929, Geo. M. Sampson, sal........... 100.00
Dec. 8-3930, W. H. A. Howard, sal.......... 80.00
Dec. 8-3940, Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies.. 10.40
Dec. 8-3921, C. A. Coles, sal................ 55.00
Dec. 8-3922, M. E. Hall, sal................ 50.00
Dec. 8-3925, Lula M. Cropper, sal........... 50.00
Dec. 8-3927, Ellen O. Page, sal............. 50.00
Dec. 8-3928, Ed. L. Gordon, sal............. 50.00
Dec. 8-3942, J. B. Bragg, blacksmith........ 6.50
Dec. 9-3905, Talla. Iron Wks., work........ 7.00
Dec. 9-3892, VanBrunt & Demilly, supplies.. 8.7S
Dec. 9-3923, M. E. Jamieson. sal............ 45.0











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Dec. 9-3895, Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies... 68,75
Dec. 11-3943, So. Fuel & Supply Co., coal.... 18.00
Dec. 11-3933, N. B. Young, for R. Stevens, la-
bor. .... ........................ 18.90
Dec. 11-3939, N. B. Young, for K. Thompson,
labor. ........ ....... ........... 17.80
Dec. 11-3904, N. B. Young, for Wm. Jones, la-
bor. ............................ 5.70
Dec. 11-3945, N. B. Young, for R. Hawkins,
labor. .......................... 12.90
Dec. 11-3912, Geo. Powell, labor.............. 5.85
Dec. 11-3911, S. J. Dickerson, labor.......... 1.50
Dec. 11-3909, King Harrison, labor.......... 20.00
Dec. 11-3932, N. B. Young, for F. Butler, labor 17.80
Dec. 11-3938, N. B. Young, for C. B. White, la-
bor. ............................. 14.00
Dec. 11-3899, N. B. Young, for S. A. L. Ry., frt. .57
Dec. 11-3898, N. B. Young, for Balkcom Drug
Co., supplies. ..................... 6.25
Dec. 11-3893, N. B. Young, for So. Exp. Co., frt 3.15
Dec. 11-3900, N. B. Young, for So. Ex. Co., frt. .60
Dec. 11-3903, N. B. Young, for C. Bryant, sand .35
Dec. 11-3936, Albert Mays, labor............. 16.00
Dec. 11-3910, Albert Mays, labor............. 16.00
Dec. 12-3935, N. B. Young, for T. Johnson, la-
bor. ............................ 11.80
Dec. 12-3896, W. R. Wilson, supplies.......... 12.4C)
Dec. 12-3920, M. E. Melvin, sal. Oct......... 45.00
Dec. 13-3916, J. V. Hilyer, sal. Oct........... 20.00
Dec. 13-3915, F. C. Johnson, sal. Oct......... 100.00
Dec. 13-3924, Z. T. Hubert, sal. Oct.......... 90.00
Dec. 14-3901, Dodson Printers Sup. Co., sup-
plies. .......................... 247.26
Dec. 14-3937, Dodson Printers Sup Co., sup-
plies. ............................ 14.03
Dec. 16-3908, Tony Johnson, labor.......... 9.90
Dec. 18-3934, Mason & Hanson, supplies...... 34.S6
Dec. 19-3902, N. B. Young, for C. of Ga. By.,
frt. ......................... 22.22
Dec. 19-3941, S. A. L. Ry., freight............ 9.99
Dec. 20-3897, John H. Horton, cans.......... 13.00
Dec. 23-4358, Albert Mays, labor............ 16.00
Dec. 23--4384, Z. T. Hubert, sal............... 90.00
Dec. 23-4390, J. B. Bragg, sal. .............. 80.00












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Dec. 23-4362, Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies...
Dec. 26-3944, Talla. W. W. Co., water........
Dec. 26-4361, S. J. Dickerson, labor.........
Dec. 26-4363, N. B. Young, for S. A. L. Ry.,


8.08
30.00
2.50


freight. ........... ........... 5.43
Dec. 26-4382, L. M. Cropper, sal.............. 50.00
Dec. 26-4383, Ellen O. Paige, sal............. 50.00
Dec. 26-4372, S. C. James, supplies.......... 16.96
Dec. 27-4360, Geo. P. Banks, supplies......... 4.75
Dec. 27-4369, Levy Bros., supplies........... 53.65
Dec. 27-4359, L. C. Yaeger, supplies......... 81.91
Dec. 27-4380, M. E. Jamieson, sal............ 45.00
Dec. 27-4375, E. J. Powell, sal............... 45.00
Dec. 27-4377, M. E. Hall, sal................ 50.00
Dec. 27-4357, King Harrison, labor........... 18.00
Dec. 27-4379, C. A. Coles, sal................ 55.00
Dec. 27-4388, Ed. L. Gordon, sal............. 50.00
Dec. 27-4389, N. B. Young, sal............... 50.00
Dec. 27-4373, Geo. M.-Sampson, supplies..... 17.10
Dec. 27-4393, G. M. Sampson, sal............ 100.00
Dec. 27-4385, M. E. Melvin, sal............... 45.00
Dec. 27-4368, W. R. Wilson, supplies........ .60
Dec. 27-4391, W. H. A. Howard, sal......... 80.00
Dec. 27-4364, Mrs. J. T. Bradford, supplies.. 15.00
Dec. 28-4371, J. L. Pringle, supplies......... 2.35
Dec. 28-4381, Ada Hawes, sal............... 55.00
Dec. 29-4378, C. D. Menafee, sal............. 55.00
Dec. 29-4386, A. E. Martin, sal.............. 50.00
Dec. 30-4392, F. C. Johnson, sal............. 100.00
Dec. 30-3918, E. A. Johnson, sal............. 25.00
Dec. 30-4376, E. A. Johnson, sal............. 25.00

Total disbursements. ............... $6,196.22
Dec. 31- Balance ........................... 8,505.77

$14,701.99
Total disbursements during the y'ar...$13,097.82
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund............... .$8,505.77











*8


COLORED NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.

(Current Expenses.)

Previous to the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of
Florida, approved June 5, 1905, warrants on account of
the appropriation made by the Legislature in 1903 for the
Colored Normal and Industrial School were drawn by
the Comptroller, upon bills approved by the State Board
of Education, against the General Revenue Fund, direct,
and were paid from said fund by the State Treasurer.
After said enactment, warrants were drawn by the Comp-
troller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of Control,
as provided by Chapter 5384.
Comptroller's warrants drawn upon bills approved by
the State Board of Education and paid during the year
were as follows:

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 17- 203, N. B. Young, President.......... $162.57
Jan. 20- 233, N. B. Young, President.......... 55.79
Feb. 21- 516, N. B. Young, President ....... 184.42
Mar. 22- 631, N. B. Young, President......... 62.10
Apr. 28-1055, N. B. Young, President.......... 36.25

$501.13

Comptroller's warrant drawn upon voucher approved
by the Board of Control and paid during the year was as
follows:
Oct. 2-2847, N. B. Young, President.........$ 5.00

Total disbursements during the year....$506.13














COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL CONTINGENT FUND.

Receipts in this Fund are from the sale of products of
the School's industrial departments and farm and other
incidental receipts not belonging in other funds. War-
rants are drawn against the Fund by the Comptroller,
upon vouchers approved by the Board of Control, and are
paid by the Treasurer.

RECEIPTS IN 1905.

1905.
Nov. 11-Deposited by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control..................$ 70.10
Dec. 18-Deposited by J. G. Kellum, Secretary
Board of Control .................. 51.06
Dec. 23-Deposited by Gov. N. B. Broward, from
Insurance Companies, account of fire
losses. .......................... 164.11

$285.2T

DISBURSMBNTS IN 1905.
Paid. Warr.
Dec. 11-3993, N. B. Young, for Jas. Watson, la-
bor. ............................. $ 4.00
Dec. 11-3987, Walter Houston, janitor........$ 4.00
Dec. 11-3986, Bednie Gilbert, janitor.............. 4.00
Dec. 11-3989, Frank Butler, watchman........ 8.00
Dec. 11-3985, Ketous Thompson, dairyman..... 4.00
Dec. 11-3982, Geo. Norton, janitor............ 4.00
Dec. 11-3991, N. B. Young, for H. Neeley, labor. 3. )0
Dec. 11-3992, N. B. Young, for K. Harrison, la-
bor. ............................. 7.05
Dec. 11-3983, Jessie Gordon, janitor........... 4.09
Dec. 11-3990, James DeBose, janitor.......... 2.00
Dec. 11-3984, Nelson Henry, dairyman......... 4.00
Dec. 11-3984, Mrs. E. F. Mays, house rent.... 6.00
Dec. 12-3988, Chas. Bryant, labor............ 15.00
Dec. 26-4325, Jessie Gordon, janitor........... 4.00
Dec. 26-4328, Nelson Henry, dairyman........ 4.00
Dec. 26-4323, A. E. Davis, janitor............. 4.09
Dec. 26-4330, Bednie Gilbert, janitor.......... 4.00












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Dec. 26-4322, Frank Butler, watchman......... 8.00
Dec. 26-4331, Walter Houston, janitor......... 4.00
Dec. 26-4327, Geo. Norton, janitor............. 4.00
Dec. 26-4329, Ketous Thompson, dairyman .... 4.00
Dec. 27-4326, E. F. Mayes, house rent......... 6.00

Total disbursements for the year....... $111.05
eee. 31-Balance. ..... ..................... 174.22

$285.27
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund ................. $174.22



STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, FIRE
LOSS FUND.

The receipts in this Fund were placed in the custody of
the State Treasurer by virtue of an order of the State
Board of Education, made on October 19, 1904, to be dis-
bursed in payment of bills approved by the State Board
of Education. Receipts of similar nature after June 5,
1905, were, by order of the State Board of Education,
placed to the credit of the Colored Normal School Contin-
gent Fund.

RECEIPTS IN 1905, FrOM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH, INCLU-


1905.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report................ .$883.48
Jan. 27-Received collections from insurance com-
panies account of fire loss from burn-
ed dairy April 11, 1904............. 16.50
Mar. 15-Received same as above.............. 34.63

$934.61












9S


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905, FROM JANUARY 1ST TO JUNE 5TH,
INCLUSIVE.


1905.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
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-J. B. Bragg, labor ...................$ 18.23
-Wm. A. Raiford, labor............... 40.65
-Geo. Nellicliffe, labor................. 2.16
-King Harrison, labor................. 8.50
-King Harrison, labor ................ 9.44
-Richard Bryan, labor ................ 14.07
-Richard Bryan, labor ................ 9.91
-J. A. Cromartie, labor.................. 11.83
-J. A. Cromartie, labor................ 21.75
-J. B. Bragg, labor.................... 15.31
-J. B. Bragg, labor........................ 10.50
-J. B. Bragg, labor ................... 14.78
-H. C. Robinson, labor................... 5.98
-H. C. Robinson, labor................. 19.64
-John E. Proctor, masonry............ 12.67
-Albert J. Kershaw, labor.............. 10.50
-Albert J. Kershaw, labor............. 23.50
-S. H. Coleman, labor................ 12.00
-Hilyard Gavin, labor ................. 4.28
-Hillyard Gavin, labor ................. 19.64
-Hillyard Gavin, labor ............... 9.62
-Richard Green, labor................. 11.00
-A. J. Kershaw, labor................ 8.25
-L. C. Yaeger, supplies................ 569.28
-S. P. Rozear, plumbing on new building. 16.49
-Harry D. Hartt, furniture............ 34.63

Total disbursements .................. $934.61












97


EDUCATIONAL FUND.

(SUMMARY.)
Under the provisions of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
approved June 5, 1905, (commonly known as the "Buck-
man Act") warrants against the appropriation made by
said Act, for the uses specified therein, are drawn by the
Comptroller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, and are paid by the Treasurer from the General
Revenue Fund, on account of the said appropriation made
by Chapter 5384.
The amounts thus disbursed during 1905 were paid out
on account of several institutions, as shown in detail on
succeeding pages of this report, the aggregate amount dis-
bursed from the Educational Fund on account of each in-
stitution being as follows:
Board of Control, expenses ................. $ 1,487.50 '
University of Florida ...................... 9,524.56 /
Florida Female College..................... 13,978.89
Institute for Blind, Deaf and Dumb.......... 4,233.32
Colored Normal and Industrial School........ 1,479.17
Florida State College ....................... 4,800.81
South Florida Military College ............... 1,079.00
Florida Agricultural Institute .............. 20.00

Total disbursements from Educational Fund,
1905. ........ ......................... $36,603.25



EDUCATIONAL FUND. EXPENSES BOARD OF
CONTROL.

Since the enactment of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
which went into effect June 5, 1905, warrants in pay-
ment of the expenses of the Board of Control are drawn
by the Comptroller against the General Revenue Fund,
direct, upon vouchers approved by the Board of Control,
and are paid by the Treasurer from the General Revenue
Fund, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter
5384.
Disbursements made during 1905 on account of ex-
penses of the Board of Control were as follows:
7 Treas.















DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.


Paid. Warr.
Aug. 5-1916, Capital Pub. Co., stationery....
Aug. 7-1915, J. G. Kellum, stamps...........
Aug. 14-1905, H. & W. B. Drew, stationery...
Sep. 5-2405, J. G. Kellum, sundries........
Sep. 5-2406, J. G. Kellum, Sec., sal. July....
Sep. 8-2417, H. & W. B. Drew, stationery..
Sep. 9-2407, Geo. W. Conova, stenographer..
Sep. 16-2685, John McDougall, stamps.......
Sep. 26-2775, J. G. Kellum, expenses........
Sep. 26-2774, J. G. Kellum, Sec., sal. Aug....
Sep. 29-2784, Est. H. D. Hart, files..........
Oct. 9-2776, E. W. Clark, ledger............
Oct. 12-3075, Cap. Pub. Co., stationery......
Oct. 19-3139, H. C. Crawford, expenses......
Oct. 23-3137, J. G. Kellum, expenses........
Oct. 23-3138, J. G. Kellum, Sec., sal. Sep.....
Oct. 23-3136, H. E. Bennett, expenses........
Oct. 24-3134, N. P. Bryan, expenses.........
Oct. 25-3135, A. L. Brown, expenses.........
Oct. 26-3140, N. Adams, expenses...:.......
Nov. 3-3394, J. W. Bell, caring for Bartow
property ..... ................
Nov. 21-3611, J. G. Kellum, Sec., sal. Oct. and
expenses. ...... ..................
Dec. 5-3738, John McDougall, stamps.......
Dec. 8-3734, P. K. Yonge, expenses..........
Dec. 8-3733, H. & W. B. Drew, stationery....
Dec. 11-3735, J. W. Bell, care Bartow property
Dec. 13-3737, Bartow Pub. Co., pub. notice sale
Dec. 13-3739, Storrs Printery, pub. notice sale
Dec. 19-4168, J. G. Kellum, Sec., sal. Nov. and
expenses ... ...... ...........
Dec. 21-4169, W. V. Knott, expenses.........
Dec. 23-4170, Miss Clem Hampton, letter press


Total disbursements ................. .1,487.50


29.20
2.00
11.09
17.33
100.00
1.10
41.50
5.00
17.90
110.00
25.25
2.50
87.75
13.92
14.90
100.00
1.14
78.40
125.85
86.88

160.00

139.08
5.00
124.17
1.72
40.00
6.00
3.75

116.90
15.42
3.75













99


EDUCATIONAL FUND-UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.

Under the provisions of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
approved June 5, 1905, (commonly known as the "Buck-
man Act") warrants against the appropriation made by
said Act, for the uses specified therein, are drawn by the
Comptroller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, and are paid by the Treasurer from the General
Revenue Fund, on account of the said appropriation made
by Chapter 5384.
Disbursements made during 1905 for the University of
Florida were as follows:

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905.
Paid. Warr.
Aug. 14-1914, A. Sledd, trav. exp.............$ 17.10
Aug. 16-2066, E. R. Flint, physician......... 25.00
Aug. 16-W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, June....... 83.37
Aug. 17-2036, 1st N. B. L. C. for Gen. Elec. Co.,
lamps. ......................... 12.50
Aug. 17-2059, St. Exch. Bk., L. C., for K.
Schmidt, Math. & Astron., June... 133.36
Aug. 17-2028, E. H. Sellards, sundries...... 1.60
Aug. 17-2020, N. H. Cox, music, etc.......... 77.20
Aug. 17-2064, N. H. Cox, Civ. Eng........... 85.00
Aug. 17-2053, C. A. Finley, librarian......... 50.00
Aug. 17-2052, Joe Robinson, labor........... 15.83
Aug. 17-2048, T. B. Byrd, jan., June......... 20.00
Aug. 17-2032, W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams...... 4.16
Aug. 17-2050, Com. Bk., L. C., for W. Martin,
janitor. ...... .................. 20.00
Aug. 17-2058, Com. Bk., L. C., for F. F. Eld-
ridge, Instr. Stenography ........ 66.72
Aug. 17-2061, Com. Bk., L. C., for W. F.
Yocum, Lat, Gr. and Phil., June.. 166.72
Aug. 17-2060, St. Exch. Bk., L. C., for M. T.
Hochstrasser, Mech. Eng., June... 111.12
Aug. 17-2040, Drew Co., stationery........... 65.35
Aug. 18-2017, Gen. Elec. Co., lamps.......... 3.00
Aug. 18-2039, L. C. E. & .W Co., lights, June.. 110.00
Aug. 18-2033, M. E. Wright, flue stops....... .60
Aug. 18-2045, T. J. Appleyard, advtg......... 2.25
Aug. 18-2049, 0. Jenkins, jan., June.......... 20.00
Aug. 19-2051, T. G. Kelley, watchman, June.. 35.00













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Aug. 19-2026, Record Co., printing.......... 323.40
Aug. 19-2042, Col. Tel. Co., phone, June...... 2.25
Aug. 19-2019, F. E. Harris, Trustee, exp..... 13.45
Aug. 19-2023, C. A. Carson, Trustee, exp..... 20.00
Aug. 21-2018, Markham Bk. Co., paper...... .10
Aug. 21-2030, F. M. Simonton, Trustee, exp... 21.90
Aug. 21-2021, E. D. Beggs, Trustee, exp...... 20.55
Aug. 21-2022, Hotel Blanche, board bill...... 8.00
Aug. 21-2024, M. L. Plympton, fans.......... .75
Aug. 21-2067, A. Sledd, Pres., June.......... 187.50
Aug. 21-2041, H. L. Dodd, printing.......... 10.S5
Aug. 23-2027, J. C. C. Roberts, wood........ 13.50
Aug. 23-2065, J. M. Farr, Eng. & Germ....... 133.36
Aug. 23-2034, G. S. Young,.supplies......... 5.65
Aug. 24-2035, W. P. Jernigan, sundries....... 118.16
Aug. 24-2016, W. T. Jones, hack hire......... 2.00
Aug. 25-2062, R. F. Davis, Phys. & Elec., June. 88.96
Aug. 25-2043, B. T. Bridges, labor........... 1.95
Aug. 26-2063, E. R. Dickinson, Com. Dep., June 111.12
Aug. 26-2025, Robt. Radford, engraving...... 5.00
Aug. 26-2031, F. L. Stringer, Tr., exp......... 17.00
Aug. 26-2055, J. C. Jeffery, Phys. Dir., June.. 100.00
Aug. 30-2047, B. K. Buck, Asst. Libr......... 22.50
Aug. 30-2016, C. M. Anthony, advtg........... 5.00
Aug. 31-2057, Z. V. Judd, Instr., June....... 88.36
Sept. 9-2488, N. H. Cox, Civ. Eng., expenses.. 160.10
Sept. 9-2536, L. K. Riley, provisions........ 1,568.56
Sept. 9-2029, Julian Soule, writing.......... 4.00
Sept. 11-2089, T. Franklin, glazing........... 3.30
Sept. 11-2399, T. W. Wood & Sons, seed...... 8.63
Sept. 14-2535, E. Dietzgen Co., supplies...... 33.30
Sept. 16-2056, G. M. Whetstone, Mech. Dep... 12.50
Sept. 20-2440, A. Sledd, tray. exp............. 16.30
Sept. 22-2441, H. E. Bennett, trav. exp........ 36.24
Oct. 2-2794, Drew Co., rubber stamp....... 2.10
Oct. 2-2795, F. W. R. Hinman, advtg....... 81.00
Oct. 2-2798, A. Sledd, trav. exp............ 25.40
Oct. 4-2800, Fla. Sch. Exponent, adv........ 10.00
Oct. 6-2799, J. W. Hensley, shelves......... 3.00
Oct. 6-2797, Miss E. Thomas, mattresses.... 10.65
Oct. 6-2796, G. S. Young, supplies.......... 9.25
Oct. 11-2769, W. L. Floyd, freight, etc....... 73.70
Oct. 21-3181, H. J. Klutho, Architect........ 300.00
Oct. 21-3180, Times Union, advtg........... 61.20
Oct. 21-3178, Drew Co., stationery.......... 24.38