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Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: Report of the state treasurer
Annual report of the state treasurer
Physical Description: v. : ; 22 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Treasurer's Office
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Place of Publication: S.l
Manufacturer: Printed at the Floridian Book and Job Office
Creation Date: 1906
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report year for 18 -1924 ends Dec.31; for 1925/26- on June 30.
Numbering Peculiarities: Report for 1885 issued in 2 pts., Jan.1-Feb.18 and Feb.19-Dec.31. 1897 in 2 pts., Jan.1-June 9 and June 9- Dec.31. (Report from books of the treasurer.)
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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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    Insurance companies
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REPORT

OF THE


STATE TREASURER

OF THE


State of Florida

FOR THE PERIOD

Beginning January 1, 1906, and Ending
December 31, 1906.












CAPITAL PUBLISHING CO., State Printer
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.












STATE TREASURER'S

REPORT.



TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
TREASURER'S OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, JANUARY 1, 1907:
To His Excellency,
Napoleon B. Broward,
Governor of Florida.
Sir:
In compliance with the law, I have the honor to submit
this, my official report of the transactions of this office for
the period beginning January 1st, 1906, and ending De-
cember 31, 1906.


GENERAL REVENUE FUND.

The resources of the General Revenue Fund have been
sufficient to promptly meet all of the extraordinarily
large appropriations made by the last Legislature, though
this has been accomplished through the notable increases
in receipts from the general license tax, insur-
ance license and premium- taxes, sales of fertilizer and
feedstuff stamps and other sources of revenue other than
the tax levy for general revenue purposes directed by the
Legislature of 1905, which was only one and one-half mills
for each of the years 1905 and 1906.
All of the other funds held in this office, mentioned sev-
erally in the balance sheet in this report, can be used only
for the purposes defined in the laws under which they
exist. From the General Revenue Fund, however, are paid
all the expenses of the State Government, including all
jurors and all witnesses before the grand juries, the ex-
penses of assessing and collecting all the revenue of tlt
State for all funds, the salaries of all executive, judicial









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and military officers of the State, and all clerks and em-
ployees of the State, the interest on the bonded debt of
the State, the expenses of the Legislature, the special ap-
propriations made by the Legislature for schools and col-
leges, the expenses of the Hospital for the Insane, the
costs of arrest of fugitives from justice, all printing and
all other appropriations made by the Legislature unless
otherwise specifically provided.
Of the receipts into the General Revenue Fund since
January 1, 1906, $189,442.12 were from the direct tax lev-
ied under acts of the Legislature, and $572,481.90 were
collected from sources other than taxation. The dis-
bursements from this fund during 1906 were very heavy,
the special appropriations made 'by the Legislature, espe-
cially for school purposes, having been very large. Yet all
the obligations against this fund have been promptly met.
Warrants issued by the State for current expenses are
everywhere received at par, and are promptly cashed on
presentation. The balance in the fund at the close of
business December 31, 1906, was $136,147.98.



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 $534,-
000.00 to secure the State funds deposited in banks under
Chapter 4586, Acts of 1897, all of which bonds, belonging
to the banks of deposit, have been approved by the Gov-
ernor, Comptroller and Treasurer, as provided by said
Act.
The interest on the deposits of State funds in banks col-
lected by the Treasurer for the State in 1906 amounted ,to
$10,594.54, as shown in the general revenue receipts.
This is an increase of $1,105.15 over amounts paid by the
banks for interest on State deposits in 1905.


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INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT'PAID IN 1906.

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.

In the last Annual Report from this office, extended
space was given to detailed statements of the receipts and
disbursements on account of the several institutions of
higher education, and explanations made of the changes
effected by Chapter 5384, Acts of 1905, in the mode of
handling receipts and disbursements in many of the funds
which contributed to the maintenance of the colleges. As
matter of information, detailed statements of receipts and
disbursements for higher educational purposes during
1906 are set out in this report.



FEDERAL AID TO SCHOOLS.

The State receives from the United States, under an
Act of Congress approved March 2, 1887, the sum of $15,-
000.00 annually, which constitutes what is known as the
Hatch Experiment Station Fund. It is used for the
maintenance of the Experiment Station at the University
of the State of Florida, under the supervision of the BoarA
of Control.
Under the Drovisions of an Act of Congress approved
lMarch 16, 1906, entitled "An Act to Provide for an In-
creased Annual Appropriation for Agricultural Experi-
ment Stations and Regulating the Expenditure thereof,"












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being an act supplementary to the above mentioned Act of
March 2,1887 the State receives an appropriation from the
United States, which is to be increased annually until the
appropriations under the two said acts shall amount to
$30,000.00 per annum, the additional appropriation made
by the said Act of March 16, 1906, to be limited to paying
the necessary expenses of conducting original researches
or experiments bearing directly on the agricultural indus-
try of the United States. This is known as the Adams
Experiment Station Fund, and is disbursed, under the
direction of the Board of Control, for the benefit of the
Experiment Station at the University of the State of
Florida.
The State also receives from the United States, under
an Act of Congress approved August 30, 1890, the sum of
$25,000.00 annually, given to aid in the support of "Col-
leges of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts." This is known
as the Morrill Fund, and is equally divided between the
University of the State of Florida, at Gainesville, and
the Colored Normal and Industrial School, at Tallahas-
see-all disbursements from the fund being made upon
warrants drawn by the Comptroller based upon vouchers
approved by the Board of Control.



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.

During the year 6 fire insurance companies, 1 life insur-
ance company, 1 surety company and 1 sick and funeral
benefit insurance company withdrew from the State, while
15 fire, 4 life and 1 miscellaneous companies entered
for business.
SThe State received during the year 1906, 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 ........... .$ 26.300.00
For agents' licenses ................ 15,939.00
For commissions on premiums ...... 71,570.56


$113,809.56












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This is an increase of $14,971.73 over the collections iii
1905.
While there are several surety companies authorized to
do commercial business in this State under the provisions
of the General 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
e found in an appendix. Respectfully submitted,
W. V. KNOTT,
State Treasurer.












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BALANCE SHEET.

DECEMBER 31, 1906.


Gash ...... ............... $511,287.08
General Revenue Fund..........
One Mill School Fund ..........
Pension Tax Fund ............
State Board of Health Fund ....
Principal of State School Fund..
Interest of State School Fund..
Principal of Seminary Fund.....
Hlire of State Convicts Fund..
Indian War Claims Fund.......
Agricultural College Fund......
White College Morrill Fund.....
Colored College Morrill Fund...
Hatch Experiment Station Fund.
Adams Experiment Station Fund
Fla. Female College Incidental
Fund ............. ..........
'Blind, Deaf and Dumb Inciden-
tal Fund................
Proceeds of College Property
Fund .......................
Experiment Station Incidental
Fund ....................
Colored Normal School Contin-
gent Fund ..................
Interest of Seminary Fund......
University of Fla. Incidental
Fund .......................


$511,287.08 $511,287.08


$120,777.28
5,673.30
182,009.61
56,767.36
6,937.27
17,789.67
927.73
66,239.51
25,000.00
2,535.32
9,126.43
9,019.76
928.00
3,854.69

2,293.74

105.31

149.31

139.65

3.83
1,007.85

1.26












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ABSTRACT OF GENERAL REVENUE
FUND.
RECEIPTS IN 1906.
Balance as per report January 1............ .136,147.98
Taxes of 1906 .... ......................... 2,437.16
Taxes of 1905 .............................. 186,709.04
Taxes of 1904 ............ ............. 295.92
General License Tax ...................... 300,484.13
Insurance Company License Tax ............ 26,300.30
Insurance Agents' License Tax .............. 15,939.00
Insurance Company Premium Tax.......... 71,570.56
Southern Express Company License Tax...... 1,250.00
Telegraph Company License Tax............ 1,500.00
Sleeping Car Tax ........................ 1,287.18
Interest on deposits in 1906 ................ 10,594.54
Tax Certificate proceeds from Comptroller.... 19,915.68
Expense of Sale Tax Certificates............. 9,238.65
Interest on Tax Certificates................ 37,145.71
Revenue refunded account Tax Certificates.. 10.95
Corporation Charter Tax ................... 29,168.00
Tax on commissions ....................... 2,104.00
For Certificates under Sec. 81, Gen'l Stats... 68.00
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps, Agri. Dept........ 29,495.66
Sale of Feedstuff Stamps ......'. ............ 13,294.53
Sale of Confiscated Feedstuff ............... 286.14
Automobile Registration Tax .............. 352.00
Chauffeur Registration Tax ................. 128.00
Auction Tax .............................. 13.22
Acts of Legislature sold .................... 46.50
Revised Statutes'sold ...................... 4.00
Copies of State Constitution sold............ .25
Justice Manuals sold ...................... 1.00
General Statutes sold, bound................. 1,300.00
General Statutes sold, unbound............... 476.00
Old mantel sold ........................... 1.00
Classifications sold by R. R. Commissioners.. 134.72
Fines collected by R. R. Commissioners...... 200.00
Refund on Insurance Policies .............. 91.20
Refunded from U. S. Government acct. Direct
Taxes .................................. 73.53
Sale of Record of Florida Soldiers........... 7.75

$898,072.00












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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Salaries of Executive Department ........... 20,000.00
Salaries of Judicial Department ............ 59,200.00
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission-
ers ................ .................. 16,315.10
Salaries Clerks Admnistrative Departments.. 33,438.22
Salary Clerk Siupreme Court, per diem........ .936.00
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices.... 1,200.00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court............. 300.00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem............ 114.00
Janitor Supreme Court .................... 900.00
Stenographer Supreme Court .............. 500.00
Messenger to Supreme Court ................ 360.00
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court......... 1,431.52
Purchase of books for Supreme Court Library 750.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports............ 4,589.88
Reprinting Supreme Court Reports.......... 4,054.70
Traveling expenses Circuit Judges.......... 1,310.75
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting in other Cir-
cuits ................................, 115.04
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme
Bench ................................... 60.15
Jurors and Witnesses ..................... 68,868.84
Rewards for and expenses of arrest of fugi-
tives from justice ....... ....... ..... 1,350.00
Contingent expenses of State........... .... 3,432.34
Interest on bonded debt of State ............ 18,047.00
Maintenance of Lunatics .................. 99,599.61
Maintenance of Lunatics, improvements...... 27,005.61
Expenses collection of revenue........'. ..... 59,858.64
Expenses of Legislature of 1905............. 640.00
Publication of General Statutes ............ 253.00
State Census of 1905 ...................... 5,050.82
Salary of Adjutant General ................ 2,000.00
Encampment of Florida State Troops........ 23,762.83
Expenses of Florida State Troops .......... 12,593.92
Confederate Soldiers Home, Supt. and Matron 585.00
Confederate Soldiers' Home, Maintenance of
H hospital .............................. .. 407.37
Confederate Soldiers' Home, current expenses 888.15
SConfederate Soldiers' Home, funeral expenses 180.00
Salary of State Auditor and Clerk .......... 3,200.00
Traveling expenses of State Auditor........ 546.55












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Salary of Assistant State Auditor.......... 2,010.95
Traveling expenses Assistant State Auditor.. 670.55
Salary of State Chemist .................... 2,000.00
Traveling expenses State Chemist ............ 1,235.26
Salary of Assistant State Chemist........... 1,650.00
Salary additional Asst. Chemist ............ 1,494.61
Salary of Inspector of Feedstuffs ............ 900.00
Traveling expenses Inspector of Feedstuffs.. 523.75
Chemicals and apparatus Laboratory State
Chemist ................................. 983.37
Printing Agricultural Department ........... 2,014.17
Postage and stationery, Agricultural Depart-
m ent ................................... 694.90
Incidental expenses, Agricultural Department 125.60
Express and telegrams, Agricultural Depart-
ment .............................. ..... 140.63
Incidental expenses, Attorney General's Office 164.62
Books and bookcases for Attorney General's
Office ................................... 256.40
Postage, printing, etc., Supt. Public Instruc-
tion .................................... 1,662.42
Traveling expenses Supt. Public Instruction.. 651.05
Uniform system of public schools............ 48,894.00
State aid to certain common schools........ 23,619.75
State aid for attendance at public schools.... 32,329.50
Teachers' Summer Training Schools......... 2,470.47
Educational Fund, Colored Normal School.... 3,554.36
Educational Fund Inst. Blind, Deaf and Dumb 14,736.68
Educational Fund, Florida Female College.. 25,573.25
Educational Fund, University State of Florida 20,977.00
Educational Fund, University Building...... 38,603.70
Educational Fund, expenses Board of Control 2,628.60
Educational Fund, Old Fla. State College.... 322.31
Educational Fund, Old Sou. Fla. Mil. Coll.... 10.60
Educational Fund, under Sec. 31, Chap. 5384. 2,716.00
General printing and advertising............ 18,033.30
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists.............. 2,745.00
Insurance on State buildings .............. 13,916.81
Revenue refunded ......................... 37.75
Refund on liquor licenses ................... 1,190.77
Lists of Land Entries and Other Contingent
expenses Comotroler's office................ 760.75
File cabinet and rearrangement State Treas-
urer's office ............................. 204.17












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Governor's Mansion Commission ............
Florida State Midwinter Fair Association....
West Florida Fair Association ..............
Act for relief of H. S. & C. S. MUattox and B.
G. McLeod ................. ...........
Act for relief of T. H. Jackson................
Stationery, Legislative and Executive Depart-
ments ............ ................... ...
Postage, express and telegrams, Secretary of
State ...................................
Repairs and other incidental expenses at
Capitol .................................
Fuel, lights and water at Capitol ...........
Engineer and Gardener at Capitol..........
Watchman at Capitol ......................
Janitors at Capitol ... ..................


9,539.37
15,00.0.00
2,000.00

150.00
62.00

1,039.34

543.67

1,079.42
1,312.74
720.00
780.00
720.00


Total disbursements for the year......... $777,294.72
Balance .................................. 120,777.28

$898,072.00
Balance in the fund January 1, 1907......... 120,777.28









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ONE-MILL SCHOOL FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ............ $ 10,405.66
Dec. 31-One mill tax ..................... 126,565.59
Dec. 31-From tax certificates, Comptroller.. 4,978.93

$141,950.18


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 2, 4024-Treasurer Liberty County .... 352.75
Jan. 2, 3592-Treasurer Pasco County..... 729.57
Jan. 5, 3652-Treasurer Citrus County..... 473.10
Jan. 5, 4025-Treasurer Levy County....... 1,128.80
Feb. 7, 566-Treasurer Hillsboro County... 4,396.51
May 17, 2307-Treasurer Escambia County.. 2,069.10
May 17, 2304-Treasurer Walton County..... 953.61
May 17, 2373-Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 939.36
May 17, 2369-Treasurer Hillsboro County.. 3,019.29
May 17, 2365-Treasurer Alachua County.... 2,404.83
May 17, 2303-Treasurer Volusia County.... 1,212.96
May 17, 2305-Treasurer Orange County.... 1,182.18
May 17, 2310-Treasurer Putnam County..... 925.68
May 17, 2302-Treasurer Pasco County...... 501.03
May 18, 2311-Treasurer Gadsden County.. 1,598.28
May 18, 2374-Treasurer Taylor County..... 466.83
May 18, 2372-Treasurer Osceola County .... 446.88
May 18, 2367--Treasurer Franklin County... 351.12
May 19, 2370-Treasurer Manatee County... 701.67
May 19, 2368-Treasurer Hamilton County.. 795.15
May 21, 2308-Treasurer Holmes County.... 737.58
May 21, 2306-Treasurer Duval County. .... 3.243.30
May 21, 2378-Treasurer Suwannee County. 1,480.86
May 21, 2380-Treasurer Madison County... 1,631.91
May 21, 2376-Treasurer St. Johns County.. 646.38
May 21, 2313-Treasurer Baker County..... 405.84
May 21, 2379-Treasurer Jefferson County.. 1,723.11
May 22, 2366-Treasurer Brevard County... 331.74
May 22, 2381-Treasurer Clay County...... 384.75
May 23, 2377-Treasurer Columbia County.,. 1,360.59
May 23, 2375-Treasurer Lafayette County.. 410.97









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Paid. Warr.
May 23, 2386-Treasurer Polk County....... 1,443.81
May 23, 2387-Treasurer Dade County...... 808.83
May 23, 2309-Treasurer Calhoun County... 352.26
May 23, 2388-Treasurer Jackson County... 2,376.33
May 23, 2312-Treasurer Marion County .... 2,403.12
May 24, 2382-Treasurer Lee County........ 306.09
May 26, 2384-Treasurer Lake County....... 777.48
May 26, 2423-Treasurer St. Lucie County.. 233.13
May 28, 2422-Treasurer DeSoto County.... 1,166.22
May 30, 2371-Treasurer Nassau County.... 788.31
May 31, 2383-Treasurer Bradford County. 1,056.21
May 31, 2405-Treasurer Hernando County.. 299.25
June 2, 2421-Treasurer Levy County...... 775.20
June 11, 2509-Treasurer Liberty County.... 242.25
June 13, 2385-Treasurer Citrus County...... 324.90
June 14, 2814-Treasurer Wakulla County... 436.62
June 15, 2553-Treasurer Washington County 1,071.03
June 21, 2661-Treasurer Monroe County.... 566.58
July 2, 3122-Treasurer Leon County...... 1,952.82
Aug. 18, 3802-Treasurer Sumter County.... 638.97
Nov. 12, 5168-Treasurer Columbia County.. 2,303.68
Nov. ,12, 5164-Treasurer Alachu'a County... 4,021.22
Nov. 12, 5174-Treasurer Pasco County ..... 793.96
Nov. 14, 5171-Treasurer Jefferson' County.. 2,723.20
Nov. 14, 5408-Treasurer Duval County..... 5,423.40
Nov. 14, 5170-Treasurer Gadsden County.... 2,657.88
Nov. 14, 5175-Treasurer Polk County....... 2,544.72
Nov. 14, 5166-Treasurer Brevard County... 625.60
Nov. 14, 5169-Treasurer Escambia County.. 3,470.24
Nov. 14, '5176-Treasurer Walton County.... 1,673.48
Nov. 14, 5177-Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 1,616.44
Nov. 15, 5426-Treasurer Putnam County... 1,512.48
Nov. 15, 5425-Treasurer St. Johns County.. 1,203.36
Nov. 15, 54'05-Treasurer Madison County... 2,630.28
Nov. 15, 5173-Treasurer Osceola County .... 760.84
Nov. 15, 5404-Treasurer Clay County....... 685.40
Nov. 16, 5427-Treasurer Volusia County.... 1.984.44
Nov. 17. 5401-Treasurer ITamilton County.'. 1,389.20
Nov. 17, 5406--Treasurer Lake County....... 1.238.32
Nov. 17, 5403-Treasurer Lee County....... 541.88
Nov. 19, 5448-Treasurer Hillsboro County.. 5.175.92
Nov. 19, 5165-Treasurer Baker County..... 668.84
Nov. 19, 5449-Treasurer Dade County...... 1,364.36









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Paid. Warr.
Nov. 19, 5402-Treasurer Holmes County.... 1,206.12
Nov. 19, 5423-Treasurer Marion County.... 4,380.12
Nov. 19, 5444-Treasurer St. Lucie County.. 437.00
Nov. 21, 5445-Treasurer Bradford County.. 1,756.28
Nov. 21, 5456-Treasurer Taylor County.... 822.48
Nov. 21, 5450-Treasurer DeSoto County... 1,973.40
Nov. 22, 5428-Treasurer Sumter County.... 994.52
Nov. 23, 5167-Treasurer Citrus County..... 637.56
Nov. 23, 5407-Treasurer Jackson County... 4,351.60
Nov. 23, 5446-Treasurer Calhoun County... 721.28
Nov. 23, 5479-Treasurer Franklin County.. 617.32
Nov. 24, 5447-Treasurer Hernando County. 469.20
Nov. 24, 5443-Treasurer Lafayette County.. 714.84
Nov. 26, 5486-Theasurer Orange County.... 2,016.64
Nov. 26, 5424-Treasurer Levy County....... 1,196.00
Nov. 26, 5487-Treasurer Suwannee County. 2,380.96
Nov. 28, 5481-Treasurer Washington County 1,980.76
Dec. 3, 5480-Treasurer Nassau County.... 1,163.80
Dec. 5, 5556-Treasurer Leon County...... 3,431.60
Dec. 5, 5422-Treasurer Wakulla County... 683.56
Dec. 6, 5488-Treasurer Monroe County.... 99f.36
Dec. 31, 5172-Treasurer Manatee County.. 1,311.00

Total disbursements for the year.......... .136,276.68
Dec. 31- Balance ......................... 5,673.50
$141,950.18
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund.............$. 5,673.50









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PENSION TAX FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report .............$ 77,807.67
Feb. 27-Comptroller's Warrant No. 1073,
appropriation from hire of State Convicts
Fund, under Chapter 5376, Acts of 1905.. 20,000.00
Dec. 31-Pension fund taxes................ 377.932.70

$475,740.37

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Warrants drawn by Comptroller and paid by Treasurer:
First quarter of 1906 ....................... $ 70,787.96
Second quarter of 1906 .................... 72,260.14
Third quarter of 1906...................... 74,649.21
Fourth quarter of 1906.................... 76,033.45

Total disbursements for the year. ......... $293.730.76
Dec. 31-Balance in the fund .............. 182,009.61

$47,740.37
1907.
JTn. 1-Balance in the fund...............I $1 2 109 61











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S' ATE BOARD OF HEALTH FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report............ $ 58,195.65
Jan. 17-State Board of Health, refunded by
Lea Bros. Co., account Voucher 8196, of
Sept. 30, 1905, $28.75, and by National Vac-
cine Co., account Voucher 8202, of July 31,
1905, $50.00 ............................ 78.75
May 19-Refunded 'by State Board of Health,
account yellow fever epidemic of 1905...... 7.68
June 15-Refunded 'by State Board of Health,
account Voucher No. 8437 ................ 5.90
Dec. 31-State Board of Health Tax ........ 63,282.36

$121,570.34


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Warrants drawn by Comptroller and paid by Treasurer.


Paid Warr.
Jan. 4, 106-For State Board of Health...$
Jan. 29, 535-For State Board of Health...
Feb. 7, 536-For State Board of Health...
Feb. 9, 641-For State Board of Health...
Feb. 9, 642-For State Board of Health...
Feb. 27, 1055-For State Board of Health...
Mch. 10,'1006-For State Board of Health...
Mch. 17, 1170-For State Board of Health...
Mch. 20, 144'0-For State Board of Health...
Apr. 13, 1879-For State Board of Health...
Apr. 16, 1891-For State Board of Health...
Apr. 19, 1873-For State Board of Health...
Apr. 19, 1872-For State Board of Health...
May 21, 2389-For State Board of Health...
May 31, 2433-For State Board of Health...
May 31, 2390--For State Board of Health...
June 11, 2835-For State Board of Health...
July 4, 3044-For State B'oard of Health...
July 14, 3575-For State Board of Health...
July 23, 3576-For State Board of Health...
2-T


326.75
2,448.77
2,215.75
15,490.27
2,498.48
2,479.05
1,257.42
2,419.00
2,485.38
4,153.45
2,499.66
843.75
1,942.97
2.500.00
1,294.29
513.80
2,482.37
1,183.61
2,439.54
777.50
1











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Aug. 9, 3801-For State Board of Health... 2,439.14
Aug. 20, 3972-For State Board of Health... 1,169.97
Sept. 17, 4294-For State Board of Health... 2,469.53
Oct. 3, 4358--For State Board of Health... 310.90
Oct. 25, 4801-For State Board of Health... 900.50
Oct. 26, 4906-For State Board of Health... 2,495.87
Nov. 1, 4896-For State Board of Health... 382.66
Nov. 26, 5522-For State Board of Health... 2,382.60

Total disbursements for the year........ 64,802.98
Dec. 31-Balance ......................... 56,767.36

$121,570.34
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund.............. .$ 56,767.36











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HIRE OF STATE CONVICTS FUND.


RECEIPTS IN 1906.
19106.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report............ $
Jan. 2-Receipts for first quarter, 1906....
Jan. 29-Final settlement stated accounts to
D ec. 31, 1905 ...........................
May 1-Receipts for second quarter, 1906..
July 27-Receipts for third quarter, 1906....
Nov. 14-Receipts for fourth quarter, 1906..




DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 2, 4434-M. L. McIlvaine, con. exp....
Jan. 8, 131-J. E. Wolfe, con. exp ........
Jan. 11, 97-Sheriff J. 0. Van Pelt, Escam-
bia County, con. exp ......


Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.:
Feb.


11,
12,
13,
15,
15,
18,
16,
16,
16.
17,
19.
22,
24,
26,
3,
5,
8,
9,
12,
12,
15
16,
27,


4436-G. F. Austin, chaplain .......
211-N. A. Blitch, trav. exp. sup..
342-0. D. Clark, tray. exp. sup.
138-M. F. Shoemaker, chaplain..
139-T. H. Sistrunk, chaplain....
181-N. A. Blitch, supervisor.....
4435-R. F. Mountain, chaplain....
140-T). T. McMullen, chaplain....
2984-F. P. Andrews, chanlain.....
186-Fla. Naval Stores & Com. Co.
4068-J. H. Havman, chaplain.....
137-J. C. Teter, chaplain. ...... ..
341*-C. D. Clark, supervisor ......
520-J. E. Hodge. chaplain........
547-R. F. Mountain, chaplain ....
268--. R. Frazer, chaplain......
581-J. C. Luning, con. exp........
206-F. S. Andrews...............
582-S. H. Blitch, con. exp........
537-Fla. Naval Stores & Com. Co.
636-C. D. Clark. tray. exp........
911-N. A. Blitch, trav. exp .....
1073-For Pension Fund..........


6,193.46
62,310.00

4,154.98
60,060.38
62,141.55
56,981.03

251,841.40




75.00
62.63

28.75
12.50
1'02.50
84.75
16.00
6.25
375.00
2.10
6.25
6.25
930.00
6.25
6.25
375.00
6.25
6.25
12.50
30.00
6.25
652.40
130.00
166.70
174.60
20,000.00











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Paid. Warr.
Mch. 5, 1048-W. B. Tresce, chaplain...... 12.50
Mch. 9, 1143-G. W. Lamar, supervisor...... 120.89
Mch. 12, 1142-G. W. Lamar, tray. exp.... 107.85
Mch. 19, 1108-J. 0. Luning, cont. exp ...... 13.50
Mch. 23, 1456-B. E. McLin, cont. exp ...... 10.55
Mch. 24, 1438-For State Reform School.... 1,250.00
Mch. 27, 1471-N. A. Blitch, tray. exp....... 102.50
Apr. 3, 1506-J. C. Luning, clerk........... 375.00
Apr. 4, 1462-Mrs. W, H. Parker, chaplain.. 4.16
Apr. 6, 1599-C. D. Clark, supervisor....... 375.00
Apr. 6, 1597-C. D. Clark, tray. exp........ 146.90
Apr. 6, 1598-G. W. Lamar, tray. exp...... 117.40
Apr. 6, 1596-G. W. Lamar, supervisor.... 125.00
Apr. 6, 1550-J. McDougall, P. M., cont. exp 54.37
Apr. 9, 1487-D. T. McMullen, chaplain.... 6.25
Apr. 12, 1603-N. A. Blitch, supervisor .... 375.00
Apr. 16, 1836-Treasurer Leon County...... 784.80
Apr. 16, 1817-Treasurer Hiillsboro County.. 3,843.20
Apr. 16, 1816-Treasurer Hamilton County.. 496.20
Apr. 16, 1827-Treasurer Putnam County... 845.20
Apr. 16, 1895-Treasurer Pasco County.... 476.80
Apr. 16, 1824-Treasurer Osceola County.... 506.40
Apr. 16, 1826-Treasurer Polk County...... 1,388.00
Apr. 16, 1813-Treasurer Escambia County. 2,208.4'0
Apr. 16, 1808-Treasurer Brevard County... 574.40
Apr. 16, 1811-Treasurer Clay County...... 384.00
Apr. 16, 1881-H. & W. B. Drew Co., con. exp. 300.00
Apr. 17, 1831-Treasurer Taylor County.... 951.60
Apr. 17, 1885-Treasurer Duval County..... 4,115.60
Apr. 17, 1815-Treasurer Gadsden County... 426.80
Apr. 17, 1841-Treasurer Suwannee County.. 702.00
Apr. 17, 1819-Treasurer Jefferson County... 548.00
Apr. 17, 1838-Treasurer Hernando County.. 350.40
Apr. 18, 1814-Treasurer Franklin County... 280.80
Apr. 18, 1807-Treasurer Bradford County.. 596.40
Apr. 18, 1833-Treasurer Walton County.... 756.00
Apr. 18, 1818--Treasurer Jackson County... 754.80
Apr. 18, 1837-Treasurer Marion County.... 1,448.40
Apr. 18, 1839-Treasurer Baker County. ..... 291.60
Apr. 18, 1835-Treasurer Lake County...... '727.60
Apr. 18, 1840-Treasurer Lee County... .... 546.00
Apr. 18, 1830-Treasurer St. Lucie County.. 462.40
Apr. 19, 1829-Treasurer St. Johns County. 887.60











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Paid. Warr.
Apr. 19, 1820-Treasurer Levy County ...... 538.80
Apr. 19, 1880-For State Reform School... 1,250.00
Apr. 19, 1834-Treasurer Washington County 679.20
Apr. 19, 1828-Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 726.40
Apr. 19, 1675-J. E. Wolfe, contg. exp ..... 125.00
Apr. 20, 1842-Treasurer DeSoto County.... 1,116.00
Apr. 20, 1812-Treasurer Dade County..... 1,686.00
Apr. 20, 1884-Treasurer Alachua County... 1,470.00
Apr. 23, 1962-LS. A. Rawls & Co.......... 520.00
Apr. 23, 1822-Treasurer Mianatee County.. 631.20
Apr. 23, 1954-Treasurer Columbia County.. 728.00
Apr. 23, 1832-Treasurer Volusia County.... 1,338.00
Apr. 24, 2003-N. A. Blitch, tray. exp....... 100.37
Apr. 25, 1963-M. F. Shoemaker, chaplain... 21.33
Apr. 25, 1809-Treasurer Calhoun County... 379.20
Apr. 26, 1823-Treasurer Nassau County.... 678.40
Apr. 27, 1964-J. E. Hodge, chaplain........ 6.25
Apr. 27, 1821-Treasurer Madison County... 682.00
Apr. 30, 1957-Treasurer Sumter County.... 458.00
May 1, 1883-A. W. Lynn, chaplain....... 6.25
May 1, 1500-T. H. Sistrunk, chaplain .... 6.25
May 2, 1882-G. B. Netherland, chaplain...... .25
May 2, 1810-Treasurer Citrus County. ... 400.00
May 2, 2048--. D. Clark, trav. exp....... 128.71
May 3, 2026-J. C. Luning, contg. exp...... 17.35
May 4, 1956-Treasurer Liberty County.... 261.20
May 4, 1958-Treasurer Lafayette County.. 455.60
May 7, 1955-Treasurer Holmes County.... 356.40
May 11, 2.033-J. 0. Marly, chaplain ....... 6.25
May 17, 2034-J. L. Yeates, chaplain....... 6.25
Mjay 25, 2391-G. W. Lamar, supervisor..... 125.00
May 28, 2493-Capital Pub. Co., contg. exp.. 30.00
May 28, 2497-B. E. McLin, contg. exp..... 31.50
May 29, 2502-Seaboard A. L. Ry., contg. exp. 25.00
June 5, 2656-G. W. Lamar, supervisor.... 125.00
June 5, 2657-G. W. Lamar, trav. exp...... 205.12
June 9, 2833-N. A. Blitch, trav. exp...... 186.40
June 9, 2834-N. A. Blitch................. 8.00
June 20, 2881-N. H. Williams, chaplain.... 6.25
June 23, 3000-Chas. D. Clark, tray. exp.... 75.20
June 25, 2503-T. P. Andrews, chaplain..... 6.25
July 2, 3119-Canital Pub. Co............. 2.00
July 3, 3164-H. S. Elliot, clerk .......... 375.00











22


Paid. Warr.
July 3, 3163-=J. O. Luning, clerk.......... 375.00
July 7, 3123-Treasurer Orange County.... 1,260.00
July 7, 3270-Treasurer Wakulla County... 256.00
July 7, 3236-Drew Co., contg. exp........ 21.00
July 9, 3235-G. W. Lamar, supervisor..... 125.00
July 9, 3267-Treasurer Jefferson County.. 548.00
July 9, 3266-Treasurer Gadsden County... 426.80
July 9, 3291-Treasurer Duval County..... 4,115.60
July 9, 3197-N. A. Blitch, supervisor..:... 375.00
July 9, 3268-Treasurer Suwannee County. 702.00
July 9, 3264-Treasurer Columbia County.. 728.00
July 9, 3238-W. F. Shoemaker, chaplain... 24.00
July 9, 3237-J. E. Wolfe, contg. exp....... 125.00
July 11, 3311-Treasurer Clay County...... 381.00
July 11, 3293-Treasurer Hamilton County.. 469.20
July 11, 3295-Treasurer Hillsboro County.. 3,843.20
July 11, 3315-Treasurer St. Johns County. 887.60
July 12, 3292-Treasurer Escambia County.. 2,208.40
July 12, 3306-Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 726.40
July 12, 3294-Treasurer Hernando County. 350.40
July 12, 3303-Treasurer Pasco County..... 476.8)
July 12, 3240-T. H. Sistrunk, chaplain...... c..25
July 12, 3286-Treasurer Brevard County... 574.40
July 12, 3307-Treasurer St. Lucie County.. 462.40
July 13, 3498-0. D. Clark, tray. exp ........ 139.30
July 13, 3313-Treasurer Madison County... 682.00
July 13, 3302-Treasurer Orange County... 1,260.00
July 13, 3305-Treasurer Putnam County... 845.20
July 13, 3269-Treasurer Taylor County .... 951.60
July 13, 3304-Treasurer Polk County ...... 1,388.00
July 13, 3301-Treasurer Osceola County .... 506.40
July 13, 3308-Treasurer Volusia County... 1,338.00
July 13, 3312-Treasurer Lafayette. County.. 455.60
July 13, 3309-Treasurer Walton County .... 756.00
July 13, 3297-Treasurer Lee County....... 546.00
July 13, 3290-Treasurer DeSoto County... 1,116.00
July 14, 3299-Treasurer Manatee County.. 631.20
July 14, 3284-Treasurer Alachua County... 1,470.00
July 14, 3314-Treasurer Nassau County.... 678.40
July 14, 3289-Treasurer Dade County..:.. 1,686.00
July 16, 3265-Treasurer Bradford County.. 596.40
July 17, 3134-J. 0. Marley, chaplain...... 6.25
July 18, 3300-Treasurer Marion County.... 1,448.40











23


Paid. Warr.
July 20, 3288-Treasurer Citrus County..... 400.00
July 20, 3310-Treasurer Washington County 679.20
July 21, 3239-D. T. Mciullen, chaplain... 6.25
July 21, 3287-Treasurer Calhoun County.. 379.20
July 23, 3606-State Reform School......... 1,250.00
July 23, 2296-Treasurer Levy County...... 538.80
July 24, 3646-Treasurer Franklin County.. 280.80
July 24, 3650-Treasurer Leon County...... 784.80
July 26, 3674-G. W. Lamar, tray. exp..... 181.30
July 27, 3649-Treasurer Lake County...... 727.60
July 27, 3499-C. D. Clark, supervisor...... 375.00
July 28, 3,6.60-S. A. Rawls & Co ............. 790.00
July 28, 3595-A. W. Linn, chaplain........ 6.25
July 30, 3657-State Reform School Imp.... 5,000.00
Aug. 1, 3648-Treasurer Jackson County... 754.80
Aug. 1, 3662-N. A. Blitch, tray. exp....... 121.50
Aug. 2, 3652-Treasurer Sumter County.... 458.00
Aug. 3, 3708-T. B. Hendry, chaplain. ...... 12.50
Aug. 4, 3781-N. A. Blitch, trav. exp...... 90.15
Aug. 6, 3759-G. W. Lamar, supervisor.... 125.00
Aug. 8, 3596-F. P. Andrews, chaplain..... 6.25
Aug. 9, 3720-J. L. Yeates, chaplain........ 6.25
Aug. 9, 3647-Treasurer Holmes County.... 356.40
Aug. 14, 3285-Treasurer Baker County..... 291.60
Aug. 16, 3807-J. E. Hodge, chaplain...... 6.25
Aug. 16, 3979-C. D. Clark, tray. exp....... 83.10
Aug. 20, 3771-C. B. Netherland, chaplain.. 6.25
Aug. 23, 3651-Treasurer Monroe County.... 573.20
Aug. 24, 4088-Capital Pu!b. Co .............. .60
Sept. 3, 4092-N. H. Williams, chaplain.... 6.25
Sept. 3, 3876-Thos. Mitchell, Clk. Ct., cont.
exp. .......... ............ 6.00
Sept. 6, 4166-G. W. Lamar, supervisor... 125.00
Sept. 10, 4167-G. W. Lamar, tray. exp...... 185.90
Sept. 10, 4174-Capital Pub. Co:, cont. exp. 7.50
Sept. 10, 3298-Treasurer Liberty County... 261.20
Sept. 14, 4122-N. A. Blitch, tray. exp...... 113.65
Sept. 14, 4099-J. W. Hemans, chaplain.... 12.50
Sept. 15, 4285-S. A. L. R. R., cont. exp...... 25.00
Sept. 18, 4342-B. E. McLin................. 8.80
Oct. 1, 4343-C. D. Clark, tray. exp........ 102.86
Oct. 2, 4411-J. C. Luning, clerk.......... 375.00
Oct. 5, 4355-J. L. Yeates, chaplain....... 6.25











24


Paid. Warr.
Oct. 8, 4457-G. W. Lamar, supervisor.... 125.00
Oct. 10,4699-B. E. McLin, cont. exp........ 7.20
Oct. 11, 4500-W. F. Shoemaker, chaplain.. 24.00
Oct. 11, 4654-Treasurer Duval County...... 6,173.40
Oct. 12, 4650-Treasurer Hillsboro County... 5,764.80
Oct. 12, 4661-Treasurer Madison County..... 1,023.00
Oct. 12, 4660-Treasurer Marion County.... 2,172,60
Oct. 12, 4667-Treasurer Volusia County.... 2,007.00
Oct. 12, 4655-Treasurer Columbia County.. 1,092.00
Oct. 12, 4656-Treasurer Clay County ...... 576.00
Oct. 13, 4663-Treasurer Suwannee County.. 1,053.00
Oct. 13, 4499-D. T. McMullen, chaplain.... 6.25
Oct. 13, 4664-Treasurer Polk County....... 2,082.00
Oct. 13, 4652-Treasurer Gadsden County... 640.20
Oct. 13, 4651-Treasurer Hamilton County.. 703.80
Oct. 13, 4669-Treasurer Taylor County... 1,427.40
Oct. 13, 4493-N. A. Blitch, supervisor...... 375.00
Oct. 15, 4653-Treasurer Franklin County.. 421.20
Oct. 15, 4354-P. B. Bedford, chaplain...... 12.50
Oct. 16, 4649-Treasurer Jackson County ... 1,132.20
Oct. 16, 4648-Treasurer Lafayette County.. 1683.40
Oct. 17, 4715-Treasurer St. Johns County. 1,331.40
Oct. 17, 4717-Treasurer Putnam County.... 1,267.80
Oct. 17, 4718-Treasurer Pasco County...... 715.20
Oct. 17, 4666-Treasurer Walton County.... 1,134.00
Oct. 18, 4721-Treasurer Manatee County.... 946.80
Oct. 18, 4659-Treasurer Bradford County... 894.60
Oct. 18, 4730-Treasurer Brevard County... 861.60
Oct. 18, 4719-Treasurer Osceola County.... 759.60
Oct. 18, 4729-Treasurer Dade County...... 2,529.00
Oct. 18, 4714-Treasurer St. Lucie County... 693.60
Oct. 19, 4727-Treasurer Escambia. County.. 3,312.60
Oct. 19, 4716, Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 1,089.60
Oct. 19, 4726-Treasurer Hernando County.. 525.60
Oct. 19, 4665-Treasurer Orange County.... 1,890.00
Oct. 19, 4722-Treasurer Levy County...... 808.20
Oct. 20, 4749-Alfred Donaldson, cont, exp.. 1.97
Oct. 20, 4859-G. W. Lamiar, tray. exp...... 111.90
Oct. 20, 4860-G .W. Lamar, tray. exp...... 82.35
Oct. 20, 4723-Treasurer Leon County...... 1.177.20
Oct. 20, 4732-Treasurer Alachua County.. 2,205.00
Oct. 20, 4724-Treasurer Lake County....... 1,091.40











25


Paid. Warr.
Oct. 22, 4806-Treasurer Jefferson County... 822.00
Oct. 22, 4725-Treasurer Holmes County.... 534.60
Oct. 22, 4736-Treasurer Sumter County.... 687.00
Oct. 22, 4728-Treasurer DeSoto County..... 1,674.00
Oct. 23, 4807-Treasurer Lee County........ 819.00
Oct. 23, 4657-Treasurer Citrus County ..... 600.00
Oct. 23, 4683-T. H. Sistrunk, chaplain...... 6.25
Oct. 23, 4735-Treasurer Nassau County.... 1,017.60
Oct. 24, 4658-Treasurer Calhoun County.... 568.80
Oct. 24, 4833-C. D. Clark, trav. exp........ 124.60
Oct. 24, 4831-C. D. Clark, supervisor ...... 375.00
Oct. 25, 4838-Capital Pub. Co., cont. exp.. .05
Oct. 26, 4808-Treasurer Washington County. 1,018.80
Oct. 27, 4414-J. E. Wolfe, cont. exp........ 125.00
Oct. 29, 4879-T. B. Hendry, chaplain....... 12.50
Oct. 29, 4745-A. W. Lynn, chaplain........ 6.25
Oct. 29, 1836-H. B. Frazer, chaplain....... 12.50
Oct. 30, 4877-State Reform School......... 1,250.00
Nov. 1, 4720-Treasurer Monroe County.... 859.80
Nov. 1, 2948-Capital Pub. Co., contg. exp.. 5.00
Nov. 1, 4931-C. D. Robertson, contg. exp... 65.00
Nov. 2, 4923-J. E. Hodge, chaplain........ 6.25
Nov. 5, 4662-Treasurer Liberty County.... 391.80
Nov. 7, 4971-S. A. L. R. R., contg. exp.. 25.00
Nov. 7, 4878-Z. A. Crumpton, chaplain.... 18.75
Nov. 8, 4668-Treasurer Wakulla County.. 384.00
Nov. 8, 4805-Treasurer Wakulla County.. 256.00
Nov. 9, 4977-G. W. Lamar, supervisor... 125.00
Nov. 12, 4731-Treasurer Baker County ... 437.40
Nov. 12, 4991-N. A. Blitch, trav. exp...... 110.70
Nov. 17, 4682-J. 0. Marley, chaplain...... 6.25
Nov. 23, 5506-B. E. McLin, contg. exp..... 13.15
Nov. 28, 5521-S. A. Rawls & Co........... 1,360.00
Nov. 28, 5459-C. D. Clark, tray. exp. ...... 144.80
Dec. 1, 5544-B. E. McLin, contg. exp.... 13.40
Dec. 3, 5503-J. L. Yeates, chaplain...... 6.25
Dec. 6, 5591-N. A. Blitch, trav. exp...... 90.95
Dec. 7, 5593-C. D. Clark, tray. exp........ 102.60
Dec. 10, 5569-G. W. Lamar, supervisor.... 125.00
Dec. 13, 5880-W. M. Langston, contg. exp.. 4.40
Dec. 15, 5590-N. H. Williams, chaplain.... 6.25
Dec. f5, 5545-E. L. Nicholson, chaplain.... 8.33
Dec. 17, 5888-C. C. Carroll, chaplain..... .. 18.75











28

Paid. Warr.
Dec. 18, 5589-J. 0. Marley, chaplain....... 6.25
Dec. 20, 5882-S. A. Rawls & Co., contg. exp. 600.00
Dec. 20, 5986-G. W. Lamar, tray. exp...... 209.25
Dec. 24, 5973-- capital Pub. Co., contg. exp. 2.00

Total disbursements for the year.......... .$185,601.89
Dec. 31-Balance ......................... 66,239.51

$251,841.40
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund.... ............$ 66,239.51










27

INDIAN WAR CLAIMS FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report.............$ 25,000.00
$ 25,000.00

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

No disbursements.
Dec. 31-Balance ................... .....$ 25,000.00
$ 25,000.00
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund.............. $ 25,000.00










128


PRINCIPAL OF STATE SCHOOL FUND.

(Uninvested.)

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report............. $ 441.26
Feb. 3-Proceeds of redemption of $7,000
'bonds (Alabama), matured ............... 7,000.00
Mch. 3-H. E. Hickman, Sheriff Holmes
County, for trespass on cedar timber...... 22.50
Mch. 30-Jeff Williams, for lease of turpentine
boxes .................................. 33.75
July 2-Proceeds of redemption of $45,000
of matured Alabama bonds ................ 45,000.00
July 3-Proceeds of redemption of $14,000 of
matured Alabama bonds ................. 14,000.00
Oct. 15-Received from United States Govern-
ment. 5 per cent of land sales for the year
ending June 30, 1906 ..................... 5,178.17
Dec. 31-Land sales during the year........ 12,124.85

$ 83,800.53


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 25-Purchased $1,000 Virginia Century
3 per cent bonds at 95 3-4 flat...........$ 957.50
Jan. 25--Purchased $200 Tennessee 3 per cent
bonds at 95 1-2 flat......... ............ 191.00
Feb. 6-Purchased $1,700 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96 1-2 flat ................. 1,640.50
Feb. 27-Purchased $3,100 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96 7-8 flat................. 3.003.13
Mich. 6-Purchased $1,000 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96 3-4 flat.................. 967.50
July 2-Purchased $45,000 Alabama Class 0,
3 1-2 per cent registered bonds at par...... 45,000.00
July 10-Purchased $5,100 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96 1-4, less 4 days interest,
$1.70 ................................... 4,907.05










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July 10--Purchased $5,000 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96; 1-4 flat................ 4,812.50
July 26-Purchased $1,000 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96 1-4 and interest to July
22, 1906 ................................ 964.33
July 30-Purchased $10,000 Tennessee 3 per
cent registered bonds at 96 1-4 flat....... 9,625.00
Aug. 2-Purchased $3,000 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds at 96 1-4, and interest to July
29, 1906 .................. .. ......... 2,894.75
Sept. 20-Purchased $2,000 Virginia Century
3 per cent bonds at 95 flat................ 1,900.00

Total disbursements for the year .........$ 76,863.26
Dec. 31- Balance .......................... 6,937.27

$ 83,800.53
1907. : i 1 '
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund.............. $ 6,937.27











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INTEREST OF STATE SCHOOL FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report.............. 16,898.87
Jan. 2-Interest on $300,700.00 Tennessee 3
per cent bonds ........................... 4,510.50
Jan. 2-Interest on $192.500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 per cent bonds ................... 2,887.50
Jan. 2-Interest on $76,000.00 North Carolina
4 per cent bonds........................ 1,520.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $34,000.00 Alabama "B" 5
per cent bonds .......................... 850.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $22.000:00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent bonds .......................... 550.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $7,000.00 Alabama "C" 4
per cent bonds ......................... 140.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $82.000.00 registered Ten
nessee 3 per cent bonds.................. 1,230.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $3,000.00 registered Alaba-
ma "A" 5 per cent bonds ................. 75.00
Jan. 2-Interest on one refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $242,800.00 ............. 3,642.00
Jan. 2-Interest on one refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $125,367.00............. 1,880.50
July 2-Interest on $306,700.00 Tennessee 3
per cent bonds ........................... 4,600.50
July 2-Interest on $193,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 per cent bonds ................... 2,902.50
July 2-Interest on $76,000.00 North Carolina
4 per cent bonds....................... 1,520.00
July 2-Interest on $34,000.00 Alabama "B" 5
per cent bonds ........................... 850.00
July 2-Interest on $22,000.00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent bonds .......................... 550.00
July 2-Interest on $82,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent registered bonds..................... 1,230.00
July 2-Interest on $3,000.00 Alabama "A" 5
per cent registered bonds................. 75.00










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July 2-Interest on one refunding Florida 3
per cent 'bond for -$242,800.00 ........... 3,642.00
July 2-Interest on one refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $125,367.00 ............. 1,880.50

$ 51,434.87



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Paid. Warr.
Feb 21, 922-Treasurer Duval County...... $ 2,276.00
Feb 21, 933-Treasurer Leon County...... 1,370.40
Feb. 22, 919-Treasurer Columbia County.. 954.80
Feb. 22, 9f45-Treasurer St. Johns County.. 453.60
Feb. 22, 925-Treasurer Gadsden County... 1,121.60
Feb. 22, 926-Treasurer Hamilton County.. 558.00
Feb. 22, 912-Treasurer Alachua County.... 1,687.60
Feb. 22, 939-Treasurer Osceola County... 313.60
Feb. 22, 920-Treasurer Dade County ..... 567.60
Feb. 22, 949-Treasurer Volusia County.... 851.20
Feb. 22 923-Treasurer Escambia County... 1,452.00
Feb. 22, 946-Treasurer St. Lucie County.. 163.60
Feb. 22 918-Treasurer Clay County....... 270.00
Feb. 22, 915-Treasurer Brevard County.... 232.80
Feb. 23, 947-Treasurer Suwannee County. 1,039.20
Feb. 23, 940-Treasurer Pasco County...... 351.60
Feb. 23, 941-Treasurer Polk County...... 1,013.20
Feb. 23, 942-Treasurer Putnam County.... 649.60
Feb. 23, 948-Treasurer Taylor County..... 327.60
Feb. 23, 952-Treasurer Walton County... 669.20
Feb. 24, 924-Treasurer Franklin County... 246.40
Feb. 26, 935-Treasurer Madison County... 1,145.20
Feb. 26, 938-Treasurer Orange County.... 829.60
Feb. 26, 928-Treasurer Hillsboro County. 2,118.80
Feb. 26, 929-Treasurer Jackson County... 1,667.60
Feb. 26, 951-Treasurer Washington County. 751.60
Feb. 26, 943-Treasurer Santa Rosa County. 659.20
Feb. 26, 921-Treasurer DeSoto County.... 818.40
Feb. 26 932-Treasurer Lake County...... 545.60
Feb. 28, 836-Treasurer Manatee County.. 492,40
Feb. 28, 914-Treasurer Bradford County.. 741.20
Feb. 28, 931-Treasurer Lafayette County.. 288.40











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Paid. Warr.
Mch. 2, 944-Treasurer Sumter County... 448.40
Mch. 2, 916-Treasurer Calhoun County... 247.20
Mch. 5, 950--Treasurer Wakulla County.. 306.40
Mch. 5, 927-Treasurer Hernando County. 210.00
Mch. 5, 1019-Treasurer Lee County....... 214.80
Mch. 5, 1018--Treasurer Marion County.... 1,686.40
Mch. 5, 1017-Treasurer Nassau County.... 553.20
Mch. 7, 1020-Treasurer Holmes County... 517.60
Mich. 9, 913-Treasurer Baker County ..... 284.80
Mch. 9, 937-Treasurer Monroe County.... 397.60
Mch. 13, 930-Treasurer Jefferson County.. 1,209.20
Mch. 15, 934-Treasurer Levy County ..... 544.00
Mch. 21, 917-Treasurer Citrus County..... 228.00
Mch. 31, 1082-Treasurer Liberty County... 170.00

Total disbursements for the year..........$ 33,645.20
Dec. 31-Balance ......................... 17,789.67

$ 51,434.87
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund .............. $ 17,789.67











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PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
July 2-Proceeds of sale of $15,000.00 of ma-
tured Alabama bonds ................... $ 15,000.00
Dec. 31-Land sales during the year........ 927.73

$ 15,927.73
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
1906.
July 2-Purchased $15,000.00 Alabama Class
C 3 1-2 per cent registered bonds at par..$ 15,000.00

Total disbursements for the year.......... $ 15,000.00
Dec. 31- Balance ......................... 927.73

$ 15,927.73
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund............... 927.73


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INTEREST OF SEMINARY FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.

1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report .............$ 3,963.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $15,000.00 Alabama "A"
5 per cent bonds ........................ 375.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $7,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 per cent bonds .................... 112.50
Jan. 2-Interest on $2,200.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent bonds .............................. 33.00
Jan. 2-Interest on $1,000.00 Registered Ten-
nessee 3 per cent bond .................... 15.00
Jan. 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent Ibond for $76,600 .................. 1,149.00
Jan. 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $21,000.00.............. 315.00
July 2-Interest on $15,000.00 Alabama "A"
5 per cent bonds ......................... 375.00
July 2--Interest on $7,500.00 Virginia Cen-
tury 3 'per cent bonds.................... 112.50
.July 2-Interest on $2,200.00 Tennessee 3
per cent bonds .......................... 33.0,0
"July 2--Interest on $1,000.00 Tennessee 3 per
cent Registered bond .................... 15.00
July 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $76,600.00............... 1,149.00
July 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $21,000.00 ............ 315.00

$ 7,962.00


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

On account of the University of Florida-
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 24, 494-J. R. Benton, engineering.... $ 187:50
Jan. 24, 497-E. R. Flint, chemistry........ 125.00
Jan. 24, 501-Andrew Sledd, president...... 208.33:
Jan. 24, 496-M. T. Hochstrasser, engineer-


ing .......................


150.00











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Jan. 25, 498-C. M. Conner, agriculture..... 125.00
Jan. 25, 500-W. F. Yocum, philosophy, etc.. 187.50
Jan. 25, 493-D. Y. Thomas, Hist. & Pol. Sci. 156.25
Jan. 25, 495-K. Schmidt, Math. & Astron... 175.00
Jan. 26, 491-C. L. Crow, Rom. Langs....... 187.50
Jan. 26, 490-E. HI. Sellards, science...... 104.16
Jan. 27, 499-J. M. Farr, English .......... 187.50
Apr. 18, 1798-W. F. Yocum, philosophy, etc. 187.50
Apr. 19, 1796-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Gr. 187.50
Apr. 19, 17Q4-H. E. Bennett, dean normal.. 187.50
Apr. 19, 1795-C. L. Crow, Rom. Langs.... 187.50
Apr. 20, 1797-D. Y. Thomas, Hist. & Pol. Sci. 156.25
Nov. 16, 5275-C. L. Crow, Mod. Langs...... 187.50
Nov. 16, 5277-D. Y. Thomas, Hist. & Pol. Sci. 168.75
Nov. 17, 5278-W. F. Yocum, education...... 1"87.50
Nov. 21, 5276-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Ger.. 187.50
Dec. 17, 5807-W. F. Yocum, education..... 187.50
Dec. 17, 5808-D. Y. Thomas, Hist. & Pol. Sci- 168.75

Total disbursements during year acct. Univ.
of Fla............. ....................$ 3,974.99

On account of the Florida Female College-
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 16, 357-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol. Sci.$ 175.00
Jan. 16, 356-J.,C. Calhoun, Mod. Langs.... 175.00
Jan. 17, 355-E. R. Smith, Math. & Phys..... 150.00
Feb. 14, 776-B. C. Bondurant, Lat. & Gr... 175.00
Jan. 18, 359-J. McNeill, Biol. & Chem..... 175.00
Feb. 14, 774-E. R. Smith, Math. & Phys.... 150.00
Feb. 14, 775-J. C. Oalhoun, Mod. Langs.... 175.00
Feb. 14, 776-B. C. Bondurant, Lat. & Gr... 175.00
Feb. 15, 769-Edith W. Moses, elocution.... 75.00
Feb. 15, 777-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol. Sci. 175.00
Feb. 19, 772-Miss M. S. Johnston, Lat. &
Math. .................... 100.00
Feb. 21, 773-Mrs. B. B. Compton, Eng.
& H ist ..................... 100.00
Feb. 22, 770-Miss H. C. Lewis, Model School 75.00
Feb. 23, 771-Miss A. E. Chaires, kindergar-
ten ...................... 75.00
Apr. 13, 1621-A. A. Murphree, president .... 208.33
Apr. 14, 1622-J. McNeill, Biol. & Chem.. 175.00
Apr. 14, 1623-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol. Sci. 175.00











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Apr. 18, 1620-Miss M. W. Apthorp, librarian,
etc. ....................... 62.50
May 7, 2069-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.33
June 1, 2070-Miss M. S. Johnston, Lat. &
Math ..................... 100.00
Aug. 6, 1619-Mrs. B. B. Compton, Eng. &
H ist ..................... 100.00

Total disbursements during year acct. Fla.
Fer. College............. ......... ..... $ 2,979.1i

Disbursed for Univ. of Fla ................. .. 3,97-1.99
Disbursed for Fla. Fem. College............ 2,979.16

Total disbursements from fund during the
year ................................... $ 6,954.15
Dec. 31-Balance ......................... 1,007.85

$ 7,962.00
1907.
Jan. 1.-Balance in the fund..............$ 1,007.85










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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND.

Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June
5th, 1905, warrants are drawn against this fund by the
Comptroller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chap-
ter 5384.



RECEIPTS IN 1906.

1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report...............$ 1,027.11
Jan. 2-Interest on $8,000.00 North Carolina
4 per cent bonds ........................ 160.00
Jan. 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent. bond for $131,900.00 ............. 1,978.50
Jan. 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent bond for $3,900.00............... 58.50
Apr. 2-Interest on $10,000.00 North Caro-
lina 6 per 'cent bonds .................... 300.00
July 2-Interest on $8,000.00 North Caro-
lina'4 per cent bonds ..................... 160.00
July. 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida
3 per cent bond for $131,900.00 ............ 1,978.50
July 2-Interest on one Refunding Florida 3
per cent 'bond for $3,900.00 .............. 58.50
July 20-Comptroller's Warrant No. 3608,
drawn under Sec. 31, Chap. 5384, Acts of
1905 .................................... 2,716.00
Oct. 1-Interest on $10,000.00 North Carolina
6 per cent bonds ........................ 300.00

$8,737.11


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Paid. Warr.
Feb. 1, 474-A. Sledd, hire of labor.. ......$ 12.50
Feb. 23, 905-A. Sledd, traveling expenses.. 11.65
Feb. 23, 901-R. B. Daniel, insur. premiums. 15.90










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Paid. Warr.
Feb. 23, 902-Drew Co., blank book........ 12.35
Feb. 26, 903-L. C. W. & L. Plant, lights.. 110.00
Feb. 26, 904-Porter & Glover, supplies.... 9.69
Feb. 28, 900-Columbia Tel. Co., phone rent 2.25
Feb. 28, 906-W. U. Tel Co., telegrams....... 1.66
Mar. 22, 1307-C. A. Finley, librarian ...... .62.50
Mar. 23, 1309-L. C. W. & L. Plant, lights.. 110.00
'Mar. 23, 1310-Fla. Elec. Co., phone rent.... 2.25
Mar. 23, 1308-Drew Co., stationery........ 2.25
Mar. 24, 1306-A. Sledd, presideht.......... 208.33
Apr. 18, 1805-C. A. Finley, librarian ...... 62.50
Apr. 19, 1806-A. Sledd, president.......... 208.33
Apr. 20, 1799-Porter & Glover, supplies ... 23.70
Apr. 20, 1803-Fla. Elec. Co., phone rent.... 2.25
Apr. 20, 1800-M. L. Plympton, mdse........ 1.44
Apr. 23, 1801-L. C. W. & L. Plant, lights and
water .................... 200.00
Apr. 24, 1802-L. C. Lumber Co., lumber.... 5.84
May 4, 1804-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 38.56
May 12, 2193-A. Sledd, president .......... 208.33
May 12, 2192-C. A. Finley, librarian........ 62.50
May 14, 2189-M. L. Plympton, cloth........ 1.44
May 14, 2188-A. R. Wise & Co., envelopes.. .70
May 14, 2191-Fla. Elec. Co., phone rent.... 2.25
May 16, 2190-L. C. W. & L. Plant, lights and
water .................... 200.00
June 11, 2692-E. R. Flint, chemistry........ 125.00
June 13, 2694-H. S. Fawcett, botany ...... 112.50
June 13, 2696-C. A. Finley, librarian....... 62.50
June 13, 2690-W. P. Jernigan, auditor..... 100.00
June 15, 2698-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water and
lights ...................... 200.00
Junie 15, 2693-A. W. Blair, chemistry...... 100.00
June 15, 2697-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 10.45
June 16, 2689-A. Sledd, president .......... 208.33
June 18, 2699-Pepper Pub. Co., printing.... 7.00
June 20, 2701-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams ... 1.37
June 20, 2700-Univ. Chicago Press, publica-
tion ............ ...... 3.00
June 21, 2691-W. F. Yocum, Philos., Lat. &
Lit. ...................... 187.50
June 25, 2695-L. Iaseman, Science ........ 141.67
July 19, 3554-A. Sledd, president .......... 208.37










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Paid. Warr.
July 19, 3557-E. R. Flint, chemistry....... 125.00
July 19, 3555-W. P. Jernigan, auditor...... 100.00
July 19, 3562-L. C. Algee, stenographer ... 50.00
July 19, 3563-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 11.48
July 19, 3556-C. M1. Conner, agriculture.... 125.00
July 20, 3564-J. 0. Barnes, harness........ 10.00
July 20, 3561-C. A. Finley, librarian......... 62.50
July 20, 3565-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water and
lights .................... : 200.00
July 23, 3559-A. W. Blair, chemistry...... 100.00
Aug. 7, 3560-H. S. Fawcett, botany........ 112.50
Aug. 18, 3558-E. H. Sellards, entomology... 103.74
Aug. 22, 4024-Drew Co., stationery ........ 5.10
Aug. 23, 4022-W. P. Jernigan, auditor ...... 100.00
Aug. 23, 4026-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water and
lights .................... 200.00
Aug. 27, 4021-A. Sledd, president ......... 216.53
Aug. 27, 4023-L. C. Algee, stenographer.... 30.00
Jnly 29, 4027-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 2:2,
July 30, 3915-H. L. Dodd, printing......... 7.70
Sep. 8, 4028-W. U. Tel. Co., telegram...... .50
Sep. 8, 3914-W. U. Tel Co., telegrams...... 2.18
Sep. 17, 4265-W. P. Jernigan, auditor...... 100.00
Sep. 11, 4268-Tel. Co., phone rent........... 2.25
Sep. 11, 4267-L. C. Algee, stenographer..... 30.60
Sep. 20, 4266-W. S. Cawthon, librarian..... 50.00
Sep. 22, 4264-A. Sledd, president........... 210.20
Oct. 4, 3917-W. P. Jernigan, sundries...... .90
Oct. 6, 4025-Guy Gillen, box rent.......... 1.00
(Oct. 15, 4585-A. Sledd, president........... 213.70
Oct. 15, 4586-W. P. Jernigan, auditor...... 100.00
Oct. 15, 4588-W. S. Cawthorn, librarian .... 50.00
Oct. 16, 4587-L. C. Algee, stenographer..... 31.30
Oct. 18, 4589-Porter & Glover, supplies..... 4.97
Oct. 23 3916-G. F. Becker, implements........ 27.39
Nov. 15, 5227-A. Sledd, president.......... 208.33
Nov. 16, 5225-W. S. Cawthon, librarian.... 50.00
Nov. 19, 5226-W. P. Jernigan. auditor...... 100.00
Nov. 19, 5222--A. L. Vidal & Co, envelopes.. 1.06
Nov. 19, 5223-W. R. Thomas, coal........ 14.40
Nov. 19, 5224-L. C. Algee, stenographer.... 30.00
Dec. 3, 5221-L. C. Lynch, envelopes........ 21.8Q
Dec. 15, 5782-L. C. Algee, stenographer ... 30.00










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Paid. Warr.
Dec. 15, 5780-A. Sledd, president........... 208.33
Dec. 15, 5786-A Sledd, expenses .......... 13.05
Dec. 15, 5784-Drew Co., stationery ........ 9.76
Dec. 17, 5777-Saunders & Earle, supplies.... 2.90
Dec. 17, 5778-Vidal & Co., stationery...... 3.15
Dec. 19, 5779-W. U. Tel Co, telegrams...... 6.93
Dec. 21, 5783-Dorsey & Co., supplies........ 2.90
Dec. 21, 5781-W. S. Cawthon, librarian .... 50.00
Dec. 22, 5774-H. Gunter, library work...... 3.50
Dec. 24, 5775-Manh. Elec. Sup. Co., appara-
tus .. ............... ........ 2.03
Dec. 24, 5785-G. E. Fellows, assn. dues....... 10.00

Total disbursements for the year .........$ 6,201.79
Dec. 31- Balance ......................... 2,535.32

$ 8,137.11
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund.............. $ 2,535.32










41


HATCH EXPERIMENT STATION FUND.

Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June
5th, 1905, warrants are drawn against this fund by the
Comptroller upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter
5384.



RECEIPTS IN 1906.

1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report. ........... $ 2,210.51
Jan. 15-U. S. Government appropriation... 3,750.00
Apr. 12-U. S. Government appropriation... 3,750.00
July 23-U. S. Government appropriation.. 3,750.00
Oct. 15-U. S. Government appropriation... 3,750.00

$17,210.51



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 2, 4278-J. F. Mitchell, foreman .... $ 50.00
Jan. 5, 4289-Tel Co,, phone rent.......... 2.25
Jan. 5, 4291-Wm. Edwards, pig. ....... 35.00
Jan. 8, 4292-J. A. Fisher, horseshoeing.. 1.00
Jan. 8, 4297-W. C., Lewis, peas. ....... 6.00
Jan. 10, 4294-Holt & Co., book. ......... 4.85
Jan. 10, 4288-B. H. Bridges, traveling ex-
penses. ................... 8.77
Jan. 13, 4275-B. H. Bridges, chemist....... 40.00
Jan. 13, 4293-E. R. Flint, traveling ex.
penses. .................... 56.70
Jan. 13, 4284-T. Wiggins, labor. .......... 3.00
Jan. 13, 4280-Gordon Jones, labor ......... 25.00
Jan. 13, 4283-Henry Williams, labor...... 2.00
Jan. 13, 4277-L. C. Algee, stenographer.... 30.00
Jan. 13, 4287-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 9.50












Paid. Warr.
Jan. 19, 4299-E. H. Sellards, traveling ex-
penses. ................... 8.24
Jan. 24, 480-Dewit Hart, labor........... 22.95
Jan. 25, 475-F. M. Stearns, gardener ...... 45.00
Jan. 25, 463-A. H. Chapman, agricultu-
rist. ......... ............ 50.00
Jan. 25, 464-B. H. Bridges, chemist....... 40.00
Jan. 25, 482-C. M. Conner, traveling ex-
penses. ...17.60
Jan. 26, 465-A. W. Blair, chemist......... 100.00
Jan. 26, 472-Porter Mattox, labor.......... 23.75
Jan. 26, 471-E. H. Sellards, traveling ex-
penses. ................... 19.00
Jan. 27, 484-H. L. Dodd, stationery...... 8.60
Jan. 27, 473-Gordon Jones, labor. ........ 25.00
Jan. 27, 4282-Bill Jones, labor............. 21.66
Jan. 27, 481-T. Wiggins, labor............ 2.00
Jan. 27, 479-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 26.80
Jan. 27, 477-Bill Jones, labor............. 15.83
Jan. 27, 485-Painter Fert. Co., fertilizers.. 123.21
Jan. 27, 468-M. E. Wright, tubs .......... 1.00
Jan. 29, 466-J. E. Young, supplies. ....... 4.73
Jan. 29, 488-Porter & Glover, supplies .... 32.94
Jan. 29, 470-H. W. Weisbrodt, half-tone
cuts. .. ................. 86.65
Jan. 31, 489-A. H. Thomas Co., magnifier.. 3.04
Feb. 1, 469-P. B. Wever, seed corn...... 1.00
Feb. 2, 3970-W. M. Hackney, labor........ 4.25
Feb. 2, 483-Tel. Co., phone rent......... 2.25
Feb. 2 467-G. S. Young, sulphur......... 2.40
Feb. 2, 476--J. F. Mitchell, foreman....... 50.00
Feb. 5, 487-J. D. Street, milk buckets... 1.75
Feb. 7, 478-Am. Jnl. Sci., publication .... 12.00
Feb. 8, 4274-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams..... 1.55
Feb. 19, 851-W. P. Jernigan, auditor...... 100.00
Feb. 19, 840-B. H. Bridges, chemist....... 40.00
Feb. 21, 853-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 45.00
Feb. 21, 850-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 50.00
Feb. 21, 855-DeWitt Hart, labor ........ 24.30
Feb. 21, 8617--Porter Mattox, labor........ 1.10
Feb. 22, 854-Chas. Jenkins, janitor....... 25.00
Feb. 22, 852-L. C. Algee, stenographer.... 30.00


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Paid. Warr.
Feb. 22, 865-C. M. Conner, traveling ev-
penses. ................... .12.90
Feb. 22, 860-M. Goodman, labor........... 4.43
Feb. 22, 859-M. Madison, labor........... 11.66
Feb. 22, 858-Frank Mills, labor........... 23.33
Feb. 22, 857-Gordon Jones, labor......... 25.00
Feb. 22, 856-C. Cassabery, labor.......... 6.67
Feb. 23, 847-A. Sledd, director. ........... 208.33
Feb. 23, 871-E. H. Sellards, traveling ex-
penses. ................... 36.50
Feb. 23, 869-Painter Fert. Co., fertilizers.. 149.25
Feb. 26, 870-Porter & Glover, provisions.. 18.48
Feb. 26, 866-L. E. Dampier, photos........ 1.40
Feb. 26, 848-A. W. Blair, chemist........ 100.00
Feb. 26, 873-H. W. Weisbrodt, half-tone
cuts ....................... 6.75
Feb. 28, 868-Eimer & Amend, apparatus... 7.57
Feb. 28, 864-Tel. Co., hone rent......... 2.25
Feb. 28, 874-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams.... 1.10
Mar. 1, 875-G. S. Young, stationery ...... 1.35
Mar. 5,. 862-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 19.26
Mar. 7, 867-W. T. Davis, periodical... ... 2.00
Mar. 7 845-H. H. Hume, expenses........ 1.24.15
Mar. 7, 863-Am. Berkshire Assn., fees.... 5.00
Mar. 14, 486--J. L. Hills, Assn., fees....... 10.00.
Mar. 14, 846-J. L. Hills, Assn., fees. ...... 5.00
Mar. 22, 1343-C. M. Conner, agriculturist... 125.00
Mar. 22, 1336-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 50.00
Mar. 22, 1338-L. Haseman, entomologist ... 50.00
Mar. 22, 1339-H. S. Fawcett, botanist...... 50.00
Mar. 22, 1337-B. H. Bridges, chemist ...... 60.00
Mar. 22, 1335-W. P. Jernigan, auditor.....; 100.00
Mar. 22, 1331-DeWitt Hart, labor.......... 21.60
Mar. 22, 1334-L. C. Algee, stenographer ..... 50.00
Mar. 22, 1342-E. R. Flint, chemist ......... 125.00
Mar. 22, 1341-E. H. Sellards, entomologist.. 104.16
Mar. 22, 1318-E. H.Sellards, traveling ex-
penses. ....... ............ 22.75
Mar. 23, 872--W.L. Taylor,.corn. ............ 1.00
Mar. 23, 1320-L. C. W. & L, Plant, water..... 90.00
Mar. 23, 1333-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 45.00
Mar. 23, 1319-Paitter Fi-rt. Co., fertilizers.. 13.00










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SPaid. Warr.
Mar. 23, 1321-Fla. Elec. Co., phone rent.... 2.25
Mar. 23, 1340-A. W. Blair, chemist......... 100.00
Mar. 23, 1324-Drew Co., stationery........ 18.08
Mar. 24, 1322-Fla. Cot. Oil Co., hulls...... 20.00
Mar. 26, 1315-H. W. Weisbrodt, cuts........ 34.27
Mar. 26, 1314-T. W. Wood & Sons, seed.... 3.05
Mar. 26, 1344-P. H. Rolfs, horticulturist.... 250.00
Mar. 28, 1316-M. H. Wadsworth, seed pota-
toes. ...................... .75
Mar. 29, 1329-Frank Mills, labor.......... 25.00
Mar. 29, 1327-R. F. French, labor.......... 9.00
Mar. 29, 1330-Gordon Jones, labor......... 25.00
Mar. 29, 1328-M. Madison, labor........... 20.00
Mar. 29, 1323-J. A. Fisher, horseshoeing.... 1.80
Apr. 4, 1325-J. Y. Barnes, seed potatoes... 1.00
Apr. 5, 1317-J. R. Sherouse, seed potatoes.. 1.00
Apr. 9, 1332-C. Jenkins, janitor.......... 25.00
Apr. 9, 1326-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 22.29
Apr. 18, 1781-E. R. Flint, chemist.......... .125.00
Apr. 18, 1773-F. M. Stearns, gardener....... 45.00
Apr. 18, 1775-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 50.00
Apr. 18, 1757-McMurray & Baker, harness.. 39.50
Apr. 18, 1782-C. M. Conner, agriculturist... 125.00
Apr. 18, 1770-Gordon Jones, labor......... 25.00
Apr. 18, 1766-Bob Smith, labor............ 3.00
Apr. 18, 1783-W. P. Jernigan, auditor...... 100.00
Apr. 18, 1771-DeWitt Hart, labor.......... 24.30
Apr. 18, 1768-Frank Mills, labor.......... 19.17
Apr. ,18, 1769-R. F. French, labor.......... 25.00
Apr. 18, 1765-A. W. Blair, expenses........ 15.10
Apr. 18, 1779-A. W. Blair, chemist..... .... 100.00
Apr. 18, 1780-E. H. Sellards, entomologist.. 104.16
Apr. 18, 1774-L. C. Algee, stenographer.... 50.00
Apr. 19, 1777-L. Haseman, entomologist .... 50.00
Apr. 19, 1759-Gen. Elec. Co., desk lamp..... 5.00
Apr. 19, 1767-M. Goodman, labor .......... 5.00
Apr. 19, 1754-Record Co., printing........ 161.00
Apr. 20, 1764-B. H. Bridges, expenses...... 9.10
Apr. 20, 1776-B. H. Bridges, chemist....... 60.00
Apr. 20, 1756-Painter Fert. Co., fertilizers.. 11.00
Apr. 20, 1760-Fla. Elec. Co., phone rent.... 2.25
Apr. 20, 1778-H. S. Fawcett, botanist...... 50.00











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Paid. Warr.
Apr. 20, 1755-Porter & Glover, supplies.... 30.16
Apr. 20, 1751-J. E. Young, supplies........ 26.49
Apr. 23, 1753-G. E. Stechert & Co., periodi-
cals. ..................... 20.00
Apr. 23, 1762-Jas. Douglass, supplies....... 3.64
Apr. 24, 1758-L. C. Lumber Co., lumber.... 2.30
Apr. 25, 1752-G. S. Young, stationery...... 3.98
Apr. 26, 1784-P. H. Rolfs, horticulturist. .... 250.00
May 2, 1785-W. P. Jernigan, sundries...... 20.38
May 4, 1772-Chas. Jenkins, janitor....... 25.00
May 5, 1761-H. S. Fawcett, expen'ses...... 7.70
May 5, 1763-C. M. Conner, traveling ex-
penses. .................... 17.95
May 12, 2186-W. P. Jernigan, auditor...... 100.00
May 12, 2177-L. C. Algee, stenographer.... 50.00
May, 12, 2184-E. R. Flint, chemist......... 125.00
May 12, 2178-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 83.33
May 12, 2180-L. Haseman, entomologist .... 141.67
May 14, 2176-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 45.00
May 14, 2163-J. W. Hensley, book shelves.. 4.00
May 14, 2174-DeWitt Hart, labor ......... 21.60
May 14, 2168-Bours & Co., supplies........ 35.00
May 14, 21E9-M. E. Wright, supplies........ 1.35
May 14, 2162-Painter Fert. Co., chemicals... 9.00
May 14, 2157-G. S. Young, supplies......... 2.35
May 14, 2164-Fla. Elec. Co., phone rent.... 2.25
May 14, 2185-C. M. Conner, agriculturist.. 125.00
May 14, 2182-A. W. Blair, chemist........ 100.00
May 14, 2181-H. S. Fawcett, botanist ...... 50.00
May 14, 2167-C. M; Conner, traveling ex-
penses. ............. ..... 23.40
May 14, 2173-R. F. French, labor.......... 25.00
May 14, 2171-Bob Smith, labor............ 25.00
May 14, 2172-Gordon Jones, labor........ 25.00
May 14, 2170-Frank Mills, labor.......... 20.83
May 14, 2166-Drew Co., supplies.......... 1.42.65
May 15, 2179-B. H. Bridges, chemist ....... 60.00
May 17, 2160-Steckler Seed Co., seed...... 2.62
May 17, 2183-E. H. Sellards, entomologist.. 104. fl
May 18 2158-A. H.- Thomas Co., apparatus.. 30.97
May 21, 2175-Chas. Jenkins, janitor....... 25.00
May 21, 2169-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 29.40











46


Paid. Warr.
May 23, 2187-P. H. Rolfs, director........ 2.50.00
May 23, 2161-P. H. Rolfs, expenses........ 58.25
May 23, 2165-J. A. Fisher, blacksmithing.. 2.50
June 11, 2707-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 83.33
June 13, 2709-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 45.00
June 13, 2705-E. W. Berger, entomologist.. -83.33
June 13, 2708-L. C. Algee, stenographer...... 50.00
June 13, 2703-C. M. Conner, agriculturist. 125.00
June 13, 2720-C. M. Conner, expenses...... 2.01
June 14, 2726-S. Ik Hubbard Co., steel tape 3.50
June 14, 2724-Drew Co., stationery......... 17.40
June 14, 2730-B. E. Raulerson, P. M., en-
velopes. ................ .42.40
June 14, 2710-DeWitt Hart, labor.......... 14.40
June 14, 2719-Wm. A. Bours & Co., seed..... 35.97
June 14, 2736-E. B. Walker, agent, bran.... 48.00
June 15, 2725-Fla. Cot. Oil Co., hulls...... 18.00
June 15, 2731-Record Co., printing........ 113.00
June 15, 2738-M. E. Wright, crockery...... 1.45
June 15, 2727-L. C. Lumber Co., stakes..... 2.00
June 15, 2711-R. F. French, labor.......... 10.00
June 15, 2716-R. Smith, labor.............. .64
June 15, 2713-Robert Smith, labor......... 25.00
June 15, 2714-Frank Mills, labor........... 20.83
June 15, 2715-Jim Smith, labor............ 1.20
June 15, 2712-Gordon Jones, labor........ 25.00
June 15, 2721-A. W. Blair, traveling ex-
penses. ................... 8.90
June 15, 2717-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 31.98
June 16, 2706-B. H. Bridges, chemist...... 20.00
June 18, 2729-Randolph Paper Box Co.,
I cases ..................... 33.00
June 18, 2728-Porter & Glover, provisions.. 21.22
June 20, 2732-Rochester Opt. Co., repairs.. 2.75
June 20, 2734-Stechert & Co., apparatus.... 50.47
June 20, 2737-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams..;. 2.00
June 21, 2722-H. L. Dodd, printing, etc..... 88.90
June 21, 2702-P. H. Rolfs, director........ 250.00
June 21, 2735-Bell Tel. Co., phone rent..... 2.25
June 22, 2733-T. E. Savage, potato slips.... 2.50
June 25, 2723-Jas. Douglas Co., photo plates. 5.88
June 27, 2718-E. Bartholomew, books...... 125.00











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Paid. Warr.
June 29, 2704-E. H. Sellards, entomologist.. 104.16
July 13, 3966-Ento Society, subscription.... 1.00
July 19, 3543-Drew Co., film packs......... 2.87
July 19, 3545-E. R. Flint, expenses......... 19.85
July 19, 3535-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 22.45
July 19, 3544-H. S. Fawcett, expenses...... 27.08
July 19, 3541-Commercial Bank, exchange.. 42.06
July 19, 3542-C. M. Conner, expenses....... 45.18
July 19, 3524-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 45.00
July 19, 3521-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 83.34
July 19, 3537-Wm. A. Bours, sucrene food.. 52.00
Jply 20, 3549-Record Co., printing......... 204.50
July 20, 3530-E. W. Berger, expenses...... 118.86
July 20, 3525-0. Jenkins, labor............. 20.00
July 21, 3526-W. H. Caldwell, labor........ 18.30
July 21, 3552-J. E. Young, supplies. ....... 52.80
July 23, 3539-Chem. Eng. Pub. Co., subscrip-
tion. ..................... 4.00
July 23, 3553-G. S. Young, supplies........ 5.55
July 23, 3529-P. H. Rolfs, director........ 330.61
July 23, 3536-A. W. Blair, expenses........ 10.52
July 23, 3551-A. H. Thomas Co., supplies... 14.58
July 23, 3538-F. E. Bugsbee, fertilizers..... 27.80
July 23, 3547-P. Henderson & Co., supplies.. 7.25
July 24, 35 b-Montgomery Ward & Co., sap-
plies ... ................. 24.85
July 26, 3546-W. S. Futch, toweling........ .40
July 27, 3550-Tel. Co., phone rent......... 2.25
July 27, 3540-Chem. Pub. Co., book........ 1.50
Aug. 3 3524-Arthur Jones, labor........ 4.75
Aug. 3, 3533-Jim Smith, labor............. 9.00
Aug. .3, 3532-Frank Mills, labor........... 20.83
Aug. 3, 3528-Bob Smith, labor............. 25.00
Aug. 3, 3527-Gordon Jones, labor......... 27.00
Aug. 15, 4009-S. B. Hubbard Co., sheet pack-
ing. ....... ............... 1.14
Aug. 15, 4007-Drew Co., stationery......... 16.16
Aug. 22, 4010-Painter Fert. Co., fertilizers.. 3.92
Aug. 22, 4006-Bours & Co., rock salt........ 3.00
Aug. 22, 4014-E. B. Walker, Agt., bran..... 44.00
Aug. 23, 3990-C. M. Conner, agriculturist. 125.00
Aug. 23, 3995-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 50.00












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Paid. Warr.
Aug. 23, 4011-Painter Print. Co........... 34.50
Aug. 24, 3996-Oscar Jenkins, labor........ 26.00
Aug. 24, 4004-A. W. Blair, dictionary...... 2.65
Aug. 24, 3991-A. W. Blair, chemist......... 125.00
Aug. 24, 3993-E. W. Berger, entomologist... 83.33
Aug. 24, 4012-P. H. Rolfs, sundries........ 16.60
Aug. 24, 3989-P. H. Rolfs, director......... 312.33
Aug. 24, 3994-S. R. Phillips, stenographer.. 60.00
Aug. 25, 4002-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 9.76
Aug. 27, 4005-Lillian Borger, stenographer. 18.75
Aug. 27, 3992-H. S. Fawcett, pathology.... 66.66
Aug. 29, 4003-Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co., ap-
paratus. ................... 5.75
Aug. 30, 4013-W. A. Sheppard, wagon bol-
ster. ..................... 1.00
Sep. 7, 4001-Arthur Jones, labor....... 13.00
Sep. 7, 3997-Gordon Jones, labor........ 27.00
Sep. 7, 4000-Robbie Smith, labor......... 10.87
Sep. 8, 4015-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams..... 4.99
Sep. 8, 3998-Bob Smith, labor............ 24.17
Sep. 10, 4008-E. R. Flint, library work..... 5.25
Sep. 10, 3999-Frank Mills, labor........... 12.91
Sep. 17, 4262-P. H. Rolfs, director......... 257.00
Sep. 17, 4234-E. W. Berger, expenses....... 31.12
Sep. 17, 4252-Chas Jenkins, janitor........ 25.00
Sep. 17, 4258-E. W. Berger, entomologist.. 83.33
Sep. 17, 4251-Oscar Jenkins, labor........ 26.00
Sep. 17, 4255-Lillian Borger, stenographer. 30.00
Sep. 17, 4261-C. M. Conner, agriculturist... 133.04
Sep. 17, 4254-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 50.00
Sep. 17, 4244-Wm. A. Bours & Co., feed-
stuffs .................. 6.25
Sep. 19, 4239-Painter Fert. Co., carbon..... 1.15
Sep. 19, 4259-H. S. Fawcett, pathologist.... 73.91
Sep. 19, 4260-A. W. Blair, chemist ........ 125.00
Sep. 19, 4243-D. G. Edwards, labor........ 74.25
Sep. 19, 4235-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies.. 5.40
Sep. 20, 4253-M. Crews, foreman........... 22.50
Sep. 20, 4238-Porter & Glover, supplies..... 5.00
Sep. 20, 4241-L. C. W. L. Plant, water and
lights. .................... 16.65
Sep. 21, 4256-S. R. Phillips, stenographer.. 16.00










49


Paid. Warr.
Sep. 22, 4237-Stechert & Co., book.......... 5.86
Sep. 27, 4240-E. G. Love, books............ 1.80
Sep. 27, 4236-G. L. Taber, seedlings....... .2.88
Sep. 28, 4248-Frank Mills, labor......... 5.00
Oct. 4, 4245-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 12.95
Oct. 8, 4246-Arthur Jones, labor........... 13.50
Oct. 8, 4250-Gordon Jones, labor........ 27.00
Oct. 8, 4249-Bob Smith, labor............ 25.00
Oct. 8, 4247-Robbie Smith, labor......... 14.25
Oct. 13, 4611-Drew Co., stationery........ 5.68
Oct. 13, 4257-A. H. Chapman, agriculturist. 50.00
Oct. 13, 4631-E. B. Walker, Agt., bran... 20.00
Oct. 15, 4599-M. Crews, foreman .......... 45.00
Oct. 15, 4626- J. E. Young, supplies........ 7.80
Oct. 15, 4629-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water and
lights. .................... 16.65
Oct. 15, 4602-Chas. Jenkins, janitor........ 25.00
Oct. 15, 4610-Commercial Bank, exchange.. 2.00
Oct. 15, 4628-Commercial Bank, books..... 10.00
Oct. 15, 4625-Wise & Co., Stenog. tablets... .55
Oct. 15, 4622-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams.... 2.03
Oct. 16, 4621-W. R. Thomas, mule feed.... 14.24
Oct. 16. 4601-J. R. Combs, Supt. Agri...... 40.00
Oct. 16, 4600-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 50.00
Oct. 16, 4630-A. Sledd, sundries........... 18.14
Oct. 16, 4618-Hague Strickland, corn...... 72.38
Oct. 16, 4620-S. J. Thomas Co., tools....... 21.!i
Oct. 17. 4616-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 2.25
Oct. 17, 4619-J. H. Taws, photo plates...... 1.32
Oct. 17, 4617-Stechert & Co., books........ 11.00
Oct. 18, 4615-Porter & Glover, supplies.... 5.50
Oct. 18, 4698-Eddins Mfg., Co., building
barn. .......... ....... 750.00
Oct. 18, 4627-G. S. Young, supplies.. .... 3.90'
Oct. 19, 4613-Globe Wernicke Co., folders.. 6.25
Oct. 19, 4603-Oscar Jenkins. labor........ 25.00
Oct. 19, 4623-Wilson & Wilson, condition
powders. ................................ 1.00
Oct. 19, 4598-~E. W. Berger, entomologist.. 83.33
Oct. 20, 4242-E. R. Flint, library work.... 1.00
Oct. 22, 4597-C. M. Conner, agriculturist. 125.00
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Paid. Warr.
Oct. 22, 4596-P. H. Rolfs, director........ 264.65
Oct. 31, 4612-Farm Studies Review, book.. 1.00
Nov. 5, 4606-Robbie Smith, labor......... 18.00
Nov. 5, 4604-Gordon Jones, labor........ 27.00
Nov. 5, 4607-Arthur Jones, labor......... 12.50
Nov. 5, 4605-Bob Smith, labor............ 25.00
Nov. 7, 4608-A. Perry, labor............. 3.00
Nov. 16, 5270-A. Sledd, labor, pay roll.... 34.25
Nov. 16, 5353-M. Crews, sundries......... 46.00
Nov. 16, 5259-Drew Co., stationery......... 141.05
Nov. 17,5269-Wilson & Toomer Pert. Co., sup-
plies .................... 49.58
Nov. 17, 5261-Wm. A. Bours & Co., provis-
ions. ...................... 84.38
Nov. 17, 5260-D. G. Edwards, labor........ 43.75
Nov. 17, 5256-Frank Weller, librarian...... 40.00
Nov. 19, 5274-W. R. Thomas, hay.......... 15.45
Nov. 19, 5254-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 50.00
Nov. 19, 5272-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies.... 39.00
Nov. 19, 5262-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 2.25
Nov. 19, 5264-Merchant & Co., rye.......... 8.00
g Nov. 19, 5255-Lillian Borger, stenographer.. 97.50
Nov. 19, 5251-Chas. Jenkins, janitor........ 25.00
Nov. 19, 5267-A. W. Blair, sundries........ 1.40
Nov. 19, 5246-A. W. Blair, sundries........ 11.79
Nov. 19, 5252-J. R. Combs, Supt. Agri....... 40.00
Nov. 21, 5263-Phila. Book Co., books...... 10.35
Nov. 21, 5271-Phil. Book Co., books........ 10.80
Nov. 21, 5268-Oscar Jenkins, labor........ 17.00
Nov. 22, 5266-C. C. Pedrick, wagon shaft.. 1.25
Nov. 23, 5258-P. H. Rolfs, director........ 283.13
Nov. 24, 5257-E. W. Berger, entomologist.. 113.23
Dec. 3, 5273-L. C. Lynch, envelopes ...... 21.80
Dec. 7, 5247-Arthur Jones, labor......... 13.50
Dec. 7, 5248-Robbie Smith, labor......... 15.75
Dec. 7, 5249-Bob Smith, labor........... 25.00
Dec. 7, 5250-Gordon Jones, labor........ 27.00
Dec. 14, 5265-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water and
lights. .................... 16.63
Dec. 15, 5740--W A. Bours & Co., supplies.. 67.50
Dec. 15, 5735-James & Paxon, agents, insur-
ance. ...................... 5.00










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Paid. Warr.
Dec. 15, 5738,-Drew Co., printing. ........ 6.50
Dec. 15, 5771-Painter Fert. Co., apparatus.. 6.00
Dec. 17, 5748-T. G. Kelley, night watchman. 70.00
Dec. 17, 5762-Lillian Borger, stenographer. 48.75
Dec. 17, 5759-H. S. Fawcett, sundries..... 3.20
Dec. 17, 5754-W. P. Jernigan, auditor..... 100.00
Dec. 17, 5747-Chas. Jenkins, janitor....... 25.00
Dec. 17, 5742-E. W. Berger, expenses....... 66.69
Dec. 17, 5741-A. W. Blair, expenses........ 62.10
Dec. 17, 5772-J. H. Malphurs, hay......... 5.78
Dec. 17, 5770-Painter Print. Co., printing. 49.50
Dec. 17, 5768-Saunders & Earle, hay...... 11.67
Dec. 17, 5757-Standard Oil Co., gasoline... 12.65
Dec. 17, 5751-F. M. Stearns, gardener...... 50.00
Dec. 17, 5750-M. Crews, Supt. Agri........ 45.00
Dec. 17, 5739-Jas. Douglas, supplies...... 15.06
Dec. 17, 5734-L. C. W. & L. Plant, lights and
water. ................ ..... 16.67
Dec. 18, 5765-H. W. Weisbrodt, half-tones.. 7.80
Dec. 19, 5749-J. R. Combs, foreman......'.. 40.00
Dec. 19, 5766-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies.... 2.30
Dec. 19, 5763-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 30.00
Dec. 19, 5756-R. Y. Winters, expenses...... 10.35
Dec. 19, 4609-W. P. Jernigan, sundries ..... 5.33
Dec. 20, 5755-P. H. Rolfs, director......... 316.85
Dec. 20, 5769-Porter & Glover, provisions.. 12.90
Dec. 20, 5764-J. E. Young, hardware...... 1.75
Dec. 21, 5736-P. Henderson & Co., supplies. 5.75
Dec. 21, 5758-Haines, Jones & Cadbury Co.,
supplies. ............ ..... .. 9.60
Dec. 21, 5737-Electro-Chemical Co., sub-
scription. ................ .2.00
Dec. 21, 5753-R. Y. Winters, botany....... 44.00
Dec. 22, 5752-Frank Weller, librarian...... 10.00
Dec. 22, 5761-Oscar Jenkins, labor......... 24.00
Dec. 22, 5746-Gordon Jones, labor......... 2T ,0O










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Paid. Warr.
Dec. 22, 5745-Bob Smith, labor............ 24.00
Dec. 22, 5"14-Iobbi,- Smith labor ... .... 16.50
Dec. 22, 5743-Arthur Jones, labor......... 13.00
Dec. 24, 5760-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 5.27
Dec. 24, 5767-J. H. Taws, prints........... 1.50
Dec. 24, 5773-MacMillan Co., book........ 3.84
Dec. 26, 4614-Miami Sporting Goods Co.,
lantern slides .. ......... ... 15.00

Total disbursements for the year........... $16,282.51
Dec. 31, Balance. ........................ 928.00

$17,210.51
1907.

Jan. 1-Balance in the fund............... $ 928,00











53


ADAMS EXPERIMENT STATION FUND.

This fund was created by reason of the ateeptance by
the Governor of the provisions of an act of the Congress
of the United States, approved March 16, 1906, to provide
for an increased annual appropriation for Agricultural
Experiment Stations, to be applied only to paying the
necessary expenses of conducting original researches or
experiments bearing directly on the agricultural industry
of the United States. Warrants are drawn against this
ftnd by the Comptroller upon vouchers approved by the
Board of Control.



RECEIPTS IN 1906.

1906.
July 23-U. S. Government Appropriation to
June 30, 1906 ...................... $5,000.00.
July 23-U. S. Government Appropriation to
September 30. 1906 ................. 1,750.00
Dec. 8-U. S. Government Appropriation ... 1.748.11
$8,498.11



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Paid. Warr.
Aug. 23, 3926-Painter Print Co., printing..$ 37.50
Aug. 27, 4016-Blackiston's Son & Co., books 5.37
Aug. 27, 4018-Doubledlay, Page & Co., books. 22.80
Aug. 29, 4017-Century Camera Co., apparatus 99.41
Sept. 7, 3927-J. S. Newman. book ........ 1.10
Sept. 17, 4233-P. H. Rolfs, freight ......... 41.08
Sept. 22, 4232-W. S. Sheetz, apparatus .... 73.25
Oct. 1, 3928-Howe Scale Co.. scales ....... 242.00
Oct. 16, 4594-A. W. Blair. chemist ........ 125.00
Oct. 18, 4595-H. S. Fawcett, pathologist ... 93.88
Nov. 19, 5296-A. W. Blair, chemist ........ 143.54
Nov. 19, 5297-H. S. Fawcett, pathology .... 88.68











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Paid. Warr.
Nov. 21, 5294-A. H. Thomas Co., chemicals 20.76
Nov. 21, 5295-Philadelphia Book Co., books. 8.80
Dec. 13, 3929-S. H.Gaitskill, steers ........ 540.00
Dec. 15, 3924-A. H. Thomas Co., supplies .. 2,304.10
Dec. 17, 3925-Stechert & Co., books ....... 290.29
Dec. 17, 5814-E. W. Berger, entomologist.. 83.33
Dec. 17, 5813-H. S. Fawcett, pathology .... 66.66
Dec. 17, 5812-A. W. Blair, chemist ........ 125.00
Dec. 17, 3930-Eimer & Amend, apparatus .. 183.12
Dec. 24 5817-W. P. Jernigan, freight ...... 41.28
Dec. 24, 5816-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus. 1.04
Dec. 24, 5815-Eimer & Amend, camera .... 5.43

Total disbursements for the year .........$ 4,643.42
Dec. 31- Balance ......................... 3.854.69

$ 8,498.11
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund ...............$ 3,854.69











55


WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND.

Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June
5, 1905, warrants are drawn against this fund by the
Comptroller upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter
5384.

RECEIPTS IN 1906
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ............. $ 7,990.37
July 10-U. S. Government appropriation.... 12,500.00
$ 20,490.37

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 2, 4340-E. H. Sellards, zoology ...... 104.16
Jan. 4, 4350-Christie-Groover Drug Co.,
chemicals ................. 2.23
Jan. 4, 4342-A. W. Blair, chemistry ..... 100.00
Jan. 5, 4352-Hubbard Co., supplies........ 14.30
Jan. 5, 4347-L. Haseman, zoology ........ 50.00
Jan. 8, 4355-Wiley & Sons, blowpipe ..... 3.44
Jan. 8, 4351-Eimer & Amend, thermometers 8.55
Jan. 10, 4354-Stoelting Co., tools ......... 9.30
Jan. 13, 4349-W. P. Jernigan, sundries ... 11.60
Jan. 27, 429-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water .. 90.00
Jan. 27, 432-M. L. Plympton, cloth ...... 6.65
Jan. 27, 427-Standard Oil Co., gasoline... 57.75
Jan. 27, 425-M. E. Wright, tools ........ 1.15
Jan. 27, 431-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 16.05
Jan. 27, 430-Hubbard Co., tools ......... 626
Jan. 31, 428-Manh. Elec. Sup. Co., supplies 3.29
Feb. 1, 4353-J. W. Nelson, repairs ....... 4.40
Feb. 2, 426-Westinghouse Mach. Co., ma-
chinery ................... 12.30
Feb. 19, 832-G. T. Jarrell, engineer ....... 15.00
Feb. 19, 842--E. R. Flint, chemist ......... 125.00
Feb. 19, 844-J. M. Farr, English ... ..... 187.50
Feb. 19, 836-W. S. Cawthon, mathematics 150 00
Feb. 21, 833-L. Haseman, science ........ 50.00











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Paid. Warr.
Feb. 21, 838-J. R. Benton, physics, etc.... 187.50
Feb. 21, 843-C. M. Conner, agriculturist 125.00
Feb. 21, 840-Karl Schmidt, Math'tics and
Astron .... ............... 175.00
Feb. 22, 835-W. L. Floyd, Eng. and Sci.... 150.00
Feb..22, 834-H. S. Fawcett, botany........ 50.00
Feb. 22, 839-E. H. Sellards, entomologist. 104.16
Feb. 22, 841-M. T. Hochstrasser, Mech. Eng 150.00
Feb. 23, 837-N. H. Cox, Civ. & Mech. Eng.. 150.00
Feb. 23, 424--. T. Jarrell, engineer ....... 15.U0
Peb. 26, 829-L. C. W. & L. Plant, water .. 90.00
Feb. 27, .822-A. B. Porter, machinery ..... 298.50
Feb. 28, 824-Stechert & Co., periodicals .. 66.14
Feb. 28, 830-Eimer & Amend, apparatus.. 8.09
Feb. 28, 827-A. C. McClurg, book ........ 3.36
Feb. 28, 823-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus. 13.64
Mar. 3, 825-R. T. Radford, repairs ...... 3.50
Mar. 3, 828-MacMillan Co., book ........ 1.90
Mar. 5, 831-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 2.26
Mar. 5, 826-Montgomery & Co., vises ..... 1.28
Mar. 22, 1303-W. S. Cawthon, mathematics. 150.00
Mar. 22, 1299-M. T. Hochstrasser, Mech. Eng. 150.00
Mar. 22, 1302-N. H. Cox, engineering ...... 150.00
liar 21:, 13 7-- R. t'(ntor. Phvs & Civ Eng. 187.50
M-r. 23, 1?0-T-W. L. Floyd, Eng. & Sci...... 150.00
Mar. 23, 1300-Karl Schmidt, Math. & Astron. 175.00
Mar. 26, 1298-J. M. Farr, English ......... 187.50
Mar. 28, 1296-Stechert & Co., magazine .... 100
Mar. 28, 1295-McClurg & Co., book ........ 3.82
Mar. 28, 1297-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus 7.25
Mar. 28, 1293-Holt & Co., books ........... 7.20
Mar. 28, 1294-Leeds & Northrup Co., ap-
paratus ................... 1.28
Mar. 29, 1291--Elec. Sto. Bat. Co., electric bat-
ery ...................... 7.45
Apr. 2, 1292-Hinds & Noble, book ........ .60
Apr. 4, 1305-G. T. Jarrell, engineer ...... .15.00
Apr. 5, 1290-Cambridge Bot Sup. Co.. book 6.33
Apr. 18, 1701-W. S. Cawthon, mathematics. 150.00
Apr. 18, 1697-S. B. Hubbard Co., belting... 8.80
Apr. 19, 1703-N. H. Cox, engineering ...... 150.00
Apr. 19, 1705-J. M. Farr, English ......... 187.50














Paid. Warr.
Apr. 19, 1700-W. L. Floyd, Eng and Sci.... 150.00
Apr. 20, 1704-Karl Schmidt. Math. & Astron. 175.00
Apr. 20. 1702-J. R. Benton, Phys. & Civ. Eng. 187.50
Apr. 20. 1698-Ginn & Co.. book ........... 2.41
Apr. 21, 1706-M. T. Hochstrasser, Mech. Eng. 150.00
May 1, 1696-Science Press, book ......... 3.00
May 5, 1699-G. T. Jarrell, fireman ....... 15.00
May 12, 2207-J. R. Benton, Phys. & Civ. Eng. 187.50
May 12, 2197-W. F. Yocum, Philos. etc..... 187.50
May 12, 2209-M. T. Hochstrasser, Mech. Eng. 150.00
May 14, 2201-J. A. Cunningham, cyclometer .54
May 14, 2205-W. S. Cawthon. mathematics. 150.00
May 14, 2195-D. Y. Thomas. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 156.25
May 14, 2196-H. E. Bennett. dean Normal .. 187.50
May 14, 2210-J. M. Farr. English ......... 187.50
May 14, 2206-N. H. Cox. Civ. & Mech Eng... 150.00
May 16, 2204-W. L. Floyd, Eng. & Sci. ..... 150.00
May 16, 2202-Chas. Larson. fireman ....... 7.50
May 19, 2198-H. W. Wilson Co.. book...... 3.00
May 21, 2203-G. T. Jarrell. fireman........ 7.50
May 21, 2208-Karl Schmidt, Math. & Astron. 175.00
May 21, 2200-Eng. News Pub. Co., book .... 2.50
May 21, 2194-G. M. Lynch, Geog., Hist, etc. 150.00
May 24, 2199-Parke, Davis & Co., apparatus. 1.20
June 11, 2687-W. S. Cawthon, mathematics. 150.00
June 13, 2682-J. M. Farr, English.......... 1.87.50
June 13, 2683-M. T. Mochstrasser, Mech. Eng. 150.00
June 13, 2686-N. H. Cox, engineering ...... 150.00
June 16, 2688-W. L. Floyd, Eng. & Sci..... 133.48
June 20, 2685-J. R. Benton, Phys. & Civ.
Eng. .................... 187.50
June 20, 2684-Karl Schmidt, Math. & Astron. 175.00
Aug. 29, 4019-Elec. World, subscription ... 3.00
Aug. 29, 4020-Eng. Record, subscription... 3.00
Sept. 22, 4263-Stechert & Co., publications.. 53.85
Oct. 16, 4590-Painter Print Co., rebinding
books .................... 3.00
Nov. 16, 5242-Karl Schmidt, Math. & Astron. 175.00
Nov 16, 5245-J. M. Farr, English ......... 187.50
Nov. 16, 5234-R. W. Clothier, Agri. & Hort. 187.50
Nov. 17, 5244-E. R. Flint, chemistry....... 93.75
Nov. 19, 5243-M. T. Hochstrasser, Mech.
Eng. ........ ............. 150.00












58


Paid. Warr.
Nov. 19, 5232-W. L. Floyd, Biol. & Phys....
Nov. 19, 5235-J. R. Benton, Phys. & Civ. Eng.
Nov. 19, 5237-Gainesville Light Co., lights
and equipment ...........
Nov. 19, 5236-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies ..
Nov. 21, 5241-E. H. Sellards, Zool. & Geol..
Nov. 21, 5233-N. H. Cox, Civ. & Mech. Eng..
Nov. 21, 5228-McClurg & Co., book .......
Nov. 21, 5239-Saunders & Earle, oil.......
Nov. 22, 5238-Stoelting Co., supplies ......
Nov. 22, 5230-Carnegie Inst., book ........
Nov. 23, 5240-McCollum & Co., wood alcohol
Nov. 24, 5231-Brimly Bros., supplies ......
IDec. 5, 5229-Harvard Univ., subscription.
Dec. 15, 5791-W. L. Floyd, Biol. & Phys....
Dec. 15, 5803-W. L. Floyd, stationery .....
Dec. 15, 5792-J. M. Farr, English .........
Dec. 15, 5797-J. R. Benton, Phys. & Civ. Eng.
Dec. 15, 5798-R. W. Clothier, Agri. & Hort.
Dec. 17, 5804-G. W. Hyde Co., oil cloth...
Dec. 17, 5796-E. H. Sellards, Zool. & Geol..
Dec. 17, 5795-Karl Schmidt, Math. & Astron.
Dec. 17, 5794-M. T. Hochstrasser, Mech Eng.
Dec. 17, 5793-E. R. Flint, chemistry ......
Dec. 17, 5790-Baird Hdw. Co., hardware ..
Dec. 17, 5787-Eddins Mfg. Co., lumber.....
Dec. 17, 5802-Gainesville P1. & Cof. Co.,
lumber ...................
Dec. 19, 5805-Stoelting Co., bottles........
Dec. 19, 5806-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies...
Dec. 19, 5801-Gainesville Power Co., electric
power ...................
Dec. 20, 5799-N. H. Cox, Civ. & Mech. Eng.
Dec. 20, 5789-E. Dietzgen Co., paper ......
Dec. 24, 5788-Eimer & Amend, lamps ......
Dec. 24, 5800-Eimer & Amend, chemicals ...


150.00
187.50

166.08
29.95
156.25
150.00
1.08
.40
1.49
6.25
.50
5.30
2.00
150.00
1.45
187.30
187.50
187,50
.70
156.25
175.00
150.00
187.50
26.21
16.05

17.15
.74
37.60


5.86
150.00
1.16
8.00
11.00


Total disbursements for the year ......... $ 11,363.94
Dec. 31-Balance ........................ 9,126.43

1907. $ 20,490.,7
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund ............ $ 9,126.43












59


STATION INCIDENTAL FUND.

Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June
5, 1905, warrants are drawn against this fund by the
Comptroller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter
5384.



RECEIPTS IN 1906.

1906. _
Jan. 1.-Balance as per report............. $ 301.88
Jan. 20.-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol.. .... .... .. ........ 31.89
Mar. 6.-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ...... ......... 29.70
Apr. 2.-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol.. .. .... .. .. ...... 220.00
May 7.-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol. ................. 32.94
July 2.-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ...................... 60.84
Dec. 7.-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol.. ................. 7.89

S 685.14


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.


Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3, 4321-Fla. Cot. Oil Co., cotton seed
meal..... .... ..........
Jan. 27, 02-W. P. Jernigan, bran........
Feb. 24, 908-Fla. Cot. Oil Co., c. s. meal..
Mar. 24, 1313-W. F. Hobson, wheat bran...
Apr. 17, 1787-Fla. Cot. Oil Co., hulls......
Apr. 18, 1786,-E. B. Walker, Agt., bran ..
May 17, 2156--Fla. Cot. Oil Co., hulls and
meal..................


25.00
45.25
55.00
50.80
20.00
45.00

72.00












60


Paid, W
July i9,
July 20,
July 23,
July 23,
July 25,


Tarr.
3569-Painter Fert. Co., fertilizers..
3566-M. E. Wright, supplies ......
3568-Fla. Cot. Oil Co., hulls .....
3570-Porter & Glover, provisions..
3571-Rural New Yorker, subscrip-


tion .... .... .... .......
Aug. 3, 3567-Robbie Smith, labor.. ......
Aug. 23, 3923-A. R. Wise & Co., formalde-
hyde .......... .......
Aug. 24, 3920-P. H. Rolfs, expenses......
Aug. 29, 3921-J. H. Taws, photo work......
Aug. 30, 3919-H. L. Dodd, printing.........
Sep. 8, 3922-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams ...
Sep. 12, 3918-W. P. Jernigan, express ....
Nov. 19, E281-Jas. Douglas, cramers.......
Nov. 19, 5280-Haines, Jones & Cadbury Co.,
supplies........ ... .....
Dec. 12, 5279-W. P. Jernigan, sundries....
Dec. 17, 5811-Haines, Jones & Cadbury
Co., supplies. .......... ..


25.20
2.20
18.0f
7.30

1.00
14.81

.75
45.75
2.49
37.75
1.54
1.25
2.80

54.32
16.33


.95


Total disbursements for the year .......$ 545.49
Dec. 31-Balance ................ ... 139.65

$ 685.14
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund............$ 139.65









61


UNIVERSITY INCIDENTAL FUND.

Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June
5, 1905, warrants are drawn against this fund by the
Comptroller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of
Control, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter
5384.


RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ...........$ 704.09
Jan. 20-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol. .................... 20.00
Feb. 3-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol...... ...... ...... .. 35.00
Feb. 26-H. J. Drane, insurance payment,
account fire loss in Novem-
ber, 1905.... .... ........ 50.00
Mar. 6-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol.. .. .. .. .. .... .... 75.00
Mar. 15-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol, account trees sold .. .. 50.00
Apr. 2-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol .. ................ .. 80.00
May 7-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol................. .... .50
$ 1,014.59



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Paid. Warr.
Jan. 29, 503-J. 0. Barnes, belts ....... 3.00
Feb. 5, 4318-Futch & Co., Gym. equipment 12.00
Feb. 28, 910-C. A. Holton, Phys. director .. 100.00
Mar. 1, 909-Futch & Co., Gym. equipment 5.00
Mar. 22, 1312-J. W. Hensley, labor, etc.... 50.00
Mar. 22, 1311-C. A. Holton, Phys. director. 100.00
Mar. 30, 1431-J. M. Flewellen, labor........ 38.30









li2


Paid. Warr.
Apr. 9, 1432-N. H. Cox, expenses.......... 12.55
Apr. 18, 1791-Oscar Jenkins, janitor....... 24.80
Apr. 19, 1793-C. A. Holton, Phys. director.. 100.00
Apr. 20, 1788-Knight Crockery Co., paper... 12.00
Apr. 20 1792-T. G. Kelley, nightwatchman. 35.00
May 4, 1790-A. R. Nielson, janitor........ 20.00
May 14, 2155-C. A. Holton, Phys. director.. 100.00
May 21, 1789-C. Mattox, janitor .......... 13.33
Jun. 13, 2771-N. H. Cox, sundries......... 41.85
June 13, 2767-C. A. Holton, Phys. director.. 100.00
June 14, 2770--Drew Co., printing .......... 47.60
June 15, 2768--Oscar Jenkins, janitor....... 25.00
June 18, 2769-N. H. Cox, cash for music.... 83.90
Nov.'19, 5293-A. R. Harper, piano repair.. 17.00
Nov. 19, 5290--J. F. Mitchell, foreman....... 50.00
Nov. 19, 5292-E. Fla. Tel. Co., phone rent.. 5.00
Nov. 30, 5291-A. R. Nielson, janitor........ 17.00

Total disbursements for the year.......... 1,013.38
Dec. 31-Balance ..... .................... 1.26

1907 $ 1,014.59
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund ..............$ 1.26









63


UNIVERSE FY


OF FLORIDA-GAINES-


VILLE DONATION 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. Disburse-
ments from this fund are made by warrants drawn'by the
Comptroller, on vouchers approved by the Board of Con-
trol.


RECEIPTS IN 1906.

1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ............ 40,222.22
Jan. 10-Interest on deposit collected by State
Treasurer ........ ...................... 250.00
Apr. 6-Interest on deposit collected by
State Treasurer ......................... 250.00
July 5-Interest on deposit collected by
State Treasurer ......................... 202.42
Oct. 22-Interest on deposit collected by
State Treasurer ......................... 35.28
$ 40,959.92


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.


Paid. Warr.
May 10, 2148-Hadlow Co., building........ $
June 11, 2774-Hadlow Co., building........
July 17, 3496-Hadlow Co., building .......
Aug. 23, 4029-Eddins Mfg. Co., building....
Aug. 25, 4030-C. G. Bonis & Co., sewer work
Sep. 17, 4270-A. B. Oliver, posts............


9,000.00
12,000.00
16,000.00
3,150.00
300.00
438.50










64

Paid. Warr.
Sep. 19, 4269-Drew Co., excelsior .......... 4.25
Oct. 22, 4482-P. H. Rolfs, removal expenses. 20.85
Oct. 22, 4694-P. H. Rolfs, removal expenses. 7.88
Nov. 16, 5289-M. Crews, sundries ............. 2.28
Nov. 17, 5287-S. B. Hubbard Co., shiels.... 7.36
Nov. 19, 5285-Eddins Mfg. Co., supplies.... 17.55
Nov. 19, 5286-J. T. Jones, hauling ........ 2.75
Nov. 29, 5288-C. C. Pedrick, labor ......... 8.50

Total disbursements for the year .......... 40,959.92












65


FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE INCI-
DENTAL FUND.

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


RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ............. $ 1,088.25
Jan. 6-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol .................................... 432.75
Feb. 3-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol .................................... 543,50
Mar. 6-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ......... ......... ................. 59 ;50
Apr. 2-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ................................... 563,50
Apr. 30-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ........ ................. ........ 484.75
May 29-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol................ .................. 478.5(i
Aug. 4-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ........ .... .................... 30,00
Sep. 15-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ......... ... ................... 2.0
Oct. 3-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol .... ........ .......... ...... .. 3000
Oct. 18-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ............ ....................... 30.00
Nov. 2-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol .................. .... ... ...... 1,562.50
Dec. 7-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ....... ... ........ ..... 632.00

6,47;!..
:.! m'; ~












w61


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 4, 4305-Baker & Taylor Co., books...$ 42.81
Jan. 16, 343-Miss Inez Abernethy, art..... 125.00
Jan. 16, 346-Miss Madeleine Keipp, music. 175.00
Jan. 16, 344-Fred W. Kettle, secretary.... 125.00
Jan. 23, 347-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. 25.00
Jan. 24, 348-Miss Mary Fortson, piano forte 50.00
Jan. 29, 345-Miss Margaret Buchholz, vocal
music .................... 125.00
Feb. 14, 762-F. W. Kettle, secretary....... 125.00
Feb. 15, 764-Inez Abernethy, art ......... 125.00
Feb. 16, 766-Bertha M. Foster, piano forte. 100.00
Feb. 17, 763-Margaret Buchholz, voice cul-
ture ...................... 125.00
Feb. 19, 768-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron 25.00
Feb. 19, 765-Marion E. Jones, domestic sci. 125.00
Feb. 19, 761-Madeleine Keipp, music...... 175.00
IFeb. 23, 767-Amer. Draf. Furn. Co., ap-
paratus .................. 93.60
Mar. 16, 1287-F. W. Kettle, secretary....... 125.00
Mar. 17, 1284-Madeleine Keipp, music...... 175.00
Mar 17, 1288-Bertha M. Foster, piano forte. 100.00
Mar. 19, 1286-Edith W. Moses, elocution.... 75.00
Mar. 23, 1285-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. 25.03
Mar. 28, 1289-Margaret Buchholz, voice cul-
ture ...................... 125.00
:Apr. 13, 1618-F. W. Kettle, secretary...... 125.00
Apr. 14, 1613-Bertha M. Foster, music..... 100.00
Apr. 14, 3616-Marion E. Jones, domes. :sci... 125.00
Apr. 14, 1617-Madeleine Keipp, music...... 175.00
Apr. 16, 1615-Margaret Buchholz, voice cul-
ture ...................... 125.00
Apr. 17, 1614-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. 25.00
Apr. 21, 1612-G. Schirmer, musical instru-
ments .................... ..60
May 7, 2074-Bertha M. Foster, piano forte 100.00
May 7, 2071-Madeleine Keipp, music...... 175.00
May 8, 2072-Margaret Buchholz, voice cul-
ture ..................... 125.00
May 8, 2075-Marion E. Jones, domes. sci.. 125.00
May 11, 2076-F. W. Kettle, secretary....... 125.00
May 15, 2073-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron.. 25.00











67


Paid. Warr.
June 5, 2514-Mary W. Apthorp, librarian :.
June 5, 2516-F. W. Kettle, secretary......
June 6, 2SG.,-Madeleine Keipp, music......
June 11, 2511-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron.
June 21, 2512-Inez Abernethy, art .........
July 20, 2iJ3-Margaret Buchholz, voice cul-


62.50
125.00
175.00
25.00
125.00'


ture ...................... -125.00

Total disbursements for the year..........$ 4,179.51
Dec. 31--1 ance.. ........ ........ ..... 2,293.74

$ 6,473.25
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund............... $ 2,293.74










68


FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE
FUND.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1.-Balance as per report............. $ 3,963.85

$ 3,963.85



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

No disbursements.
1906.
Jan. 30-By order of the State Board of Edu-
cat'on, the balance remaining in this fund
was transferred to the credit of Proceeds of
College Property fund .................. $ 3,963.85











69

BLIND, DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTE
FUND.

Receipts in this fund are from incidental collections
made at the Institute, from pay pupils, etc. Warrants are
drawn against the Fund by the Comptroller, upon vouch-
ers approved by the Board of Control, and are paid by
the Treasurer.



RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Aug. 11-Deposited by Secretary Board of
Control ........................ .. .. .. 16.56
Oct. 3-Deposited by Secretary Board of
Control ................................. 13.00
Nov. 7-Deposited by Secretary Board of
Control ................................ 42.25
Dec. 7-Deposited by Secretary Board of
Control ................................ 33.50

$ 105.31


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

No disbursements.
1907.


Jan. 1-Balance in the fund..............


105.31










70


COLORED COLLEGE MORRILL FUND.

Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, approved June
5, 1905, warrants are drawn against this fund by the
Comptroller, upon vouchers approved by the Board of Con-
trol, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter 5384.

RECEIPTS IN 1906.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ............$ 8,505.77
July 10-U. S. Government appropriation ... 12,500.00
Nov. 13-Comptroller's warrant No. 5213, for
one-third of salary of Ada Hawes, erroneous-
ly paid by Board of Control .............. 146.66

$2 i,152 .43


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 2, 4366-Cent. Sci. Co., apparatus .....$ 87.69
Jan. 2, 4367-Troy Laundry Mach. Co., imple-
ment ..................... 10.00
Jan. 2, 4365-Mason and Hanson, tailoring,
implements ............... 7.61
Jan. 4, 4374-Lakeside Pub. Co., books ..... 3.00
Jan. 5, 4370-W. J. Meade, repairing ...... 3.35
Jan. 20, 444-Tallahassee Iron Wks., work. 2.00
Jan. -20, 436-G. W. Sampson, instructor.. 100.00
Jan. 22, 437-Albert Mays, farm assistant .. .. 16.00
Jan. 22, 439-S. J. Dickerson, fireman ..... 1.50
Jan. 23. 441-VanBrunt & Demilly, pro-
visions ............ ....... 11.98
Jan. 23, 455-L. M. Cropper, instructor ... 50.00
Jan. 23, 451-C. D. Menafee, instructor ... 55.00
Jan. 23, 456--A. E. Martin, instructor .... 50.00
Jan. 23, 450--E. L. Gordon, instructor ..... 50.00
Jan. 23, 443-Levy Bros., stock feed ....... 87.94
Jan. 23, 446-G. W. Sampson, stationery .. 1.75
Jan. 23, 452-C. A. Coles, instructor ...... 55.00
Jan. 23, 447-N. B. Young, lumber ....... 7.50
Jan. 23, 445-N. B. Young, instructor .... 50.00
Jan. 23, 433-J. B. Bragg, instructor ...... 80.00










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Paid. Warr.
Jan. 23, 3217-Dr. W. J. Gunn, 16 bush peas 24.00
Jan. 24, 435-F. C. Johnson, instructor .... 100.09
Jan. 24, 434-Z. T. Hubert, instructor ..... 90."6
Jan. 25, 458-M. E. Melvin, instructor ...... .45.00
Jan. 25, 438-King Harrison, lotman ..... 20.0B
Jan. 25, 453-Ada Hawes, instructor ...... 55.006
Jan. 26, 440-Tallohassee Water Wks. Co.,
water .................... 30.00
Jan. 26, 448-M. E. Hall, instructor ...... 50.00
Jan. 26, 457-Ellen O. Paige, instructor .. 50.00
Jan. 29, 459-E. J. Powell, instructor ..... 45.00
Jan. 29, 462-W. H. A. Howard, instructor. 80.00
Feb. 1, 460-J. V. Hilyer, instructor ..... 20.00
Feb. 1, 4387-Jennie Hilyer, instructor .... 20.00
Feb. 3, 454-M. E. Jamieson, instructor ... 45.00
Feb. 5, 445-Trade News Pub. Co., su-b
scription ................. 2.00
Feb. 10, 461-E. A. Johnson, instructor ... 25.00
Feb. 13, 442-J. L. Pringle, groceries ...... 2.80
Feb. 17, 793-L. C. Yaeger, hardware ...... 47.65
Feb. 17, 802-Levy Bros., supplies ........ 38.10'
Feb. 17, 821-G. M. Sampson, instructor .. 100.00
Feb. 17, 807-M. E. Jamieson, instructor.. 45.00
Feb. 17, 816-Ada Hawes, instructor ...... 55.00
Feb. 17, 809-A. E. Martin, instructor .... 50.00
Feb. 17, 805-E. J. Powell, instructor ..... 45.00
Feb. 17, 812-N. B. Young, instructor ..... 50.0
Feb. 17, 810-Ellen O. Paige, instructor ... 50.00
Feb. 17, 815--C. A. Coles, instructor........ 55.00
Feb. 17, 813-E. L. Gordon, instructor .... 50.00
Feb. 17, 804-E. A. Johnson, instructor .. 25.00
Feb. 17, 820-F. C. Johnson, instructor ... 100.00
Feb. 19, 801-Tallahassee Iron Wks.,' work
on boiler ................. 1.50
Feb. 20, 794-Albert Mays, farm assistant.. 19.50
Feb. 20, 798-W. R. Wilson, supplies ..... 15.55
Feb. 20, 796-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies 5.85
Feb. 20, 808-L. M. Cropper, instructor ... 50.0*
Feb. 20, 817-J. B. Bragg, instructor ..... 80.08
Feb. 20, 811-M. E. Hall, instructor ...... 50.00
Feb. 20, 818-W. H. A. Howard, instructor. 80.00
Feb. 20, 819-Z. T. Hubert, instructor ..... 90.00









72.


Paid. Warr.
Feb. 20, 792-N. B. Young, frt. and ex. digs. 17.11
Feb. 20, 790-S. J. Dickerson, fireman ..... 1.50
Feb. 23, 814-C. D. Menafee, instructor ... 55.00
Feb. 23, 795-Willie Webb, labor ......... 10.80
Feb 27, 806-M. E. Melvin, instructor ..... 45.00
Feb. 27, 803-J. V. Hilyer, instructor ..... 20.00
Mar. 2, 791-Eugene Dietzgen, stationery 8.64
Mar. 2, 800-Lakeside Pub. Co., looks .... 3.00
Mar. 3, 799-Geo. P. Banks, millinery..... 3.05
Mar. 12, 797-Sou. Supply Co., wagon mate-
rial ...................... 23.21
Mar. 20, 1372-Willie Webb, farm assistant.. 14.00
.Mar. 20, 1369-C. D. Menafee, instructor .... 55.00
Mar. 20, 1366-G. M. Sampson, instructor .. 100.00
Mar. 21, 1360-N. B. Young, express charges
paid ..................... .35
Mar. 21, 1345-C. A. Coles, instructor ...... 55.00
Mar. 21, 1370-E. L. Gordon, instructor ..... 50.00
Mar. 21, 1354-N. B. Young, instructor ..... 50.00
Mar. 21, 1348-M. E. Melvin, instructor .... 45.00
Mar. 21, 1346-E. A. Johnson, instructor .... 25.00
Mar. 22, 1367-F. C. Johnson, instructor .... 100.00
Mar. 22, 1353-M. E. Hall, instructor ...... 50.00
Mar. 22, 1368-Z. T. Hubert, instructor ..... 90.00
Mar. 22, 1347-E. J. Powell, instructor ..... 45.00
Mar. 22, 1374-J. B. Bragg, instructor ...... 80.00
Mar. 22, 1350-L. M. Cropper, instructor ... 50.00
Mar. 22, 1352-Ellen O. Paige, instructor ... 50.00
Mar. 24, 1371-Albert Mays, farm assistant .. 20.00
Mar. 24,1234-L. C. Yaeger, supplies ......... 80.06
Mar. 24, 1357-Levy Bros., supplies ........ 79.00
Mar. 24, 1363-VanBrurit & Demilly, supplies 2.76
Mar. 26, 1373-Ada Hawes, instructor ..... 55.00
Mar. 26, 1351-A. E. Martin, instructor .... 50.00
Mar. 27, 1361-Balkcom Drug Co., supplies .. .55
Mar. 27, 1349-M. E. Jamieson, instructor.. 45.00
Mar. 28, 1364-W. R. Wilson, merchandise .. 5.70
*War. 28, 1375-J. V. Hilyer, instructor ..... 20.00
sfar. 28, 1355-J. D. Ferrell, lumber ........ 26.60
Mar. 23, 1376-W. H. A. Howard, instructor. 80.00
Mar. 23, 1358-J. L. Pringle, provisions ..... 5.80










73


Paid. Warr.
Mar. 29, 1359-Tallahassee Iron Wks., labor
on shafts ................. 10.50
Mar. 29, 1362-Dodson Printers' Supply Co.,
material .................. 1.20
Apr. 2, 1365-Peter Henderson & Co., seeds 28.98
Apr. 2, 1356-Allen & Bacon, class registers 3.00
Apr. 13, 1732-Ada Hawes, instructor ..... 55.00
Apr. 13. 1731-C. A. Coles, instructor ...... 55.00
Apr. 14. 1721-E. J. Powell, instructor..... 45.00
Apr. 14, 1729-E. L. Gordon, instructor..... 50.00
Apr. 14, 1724-L. M. Cropper, instructor ... 50.00
Apr. 14, 1733-J. B. Bragg, instructor .... 80.00
Apr. 14, 1735-Z. T. Hubert, instructor .... 90.00
Apr. 14, 1719-J. V. Hilyer, instructor ...... 20.00
Apr. 16, 1737-Geo. M. Sampson, instructor. 100.00
Apr. 16, 1725-A. E. Martin, instructor .... 50.00
Apr. 16, 1723-M. E. Jamieson, instructor.. 45.00
Apr. 16, 1730-C. D. Manefee, instructor ... 55.00
Apr. 16, 1727-M. E. Hall, instructor ...... 50.00
Apr. 16, 1728-N. B. Young, instructor ... 50.00
Apr. 16, 1718-N. B. Young, frt. & exp. chgs. 6.91
Apr. 16, 1720-E. A. Johnson, instructor ... 25.00
Apr. 16, 1736-F. C. Johnson, instructor ... 100.00
Apr. 17, 1734-W. H. A. Howard, instructor .80.00
Apr. 17, 1715-Albert Mays, farm assistant. 20.00
Apr. 24, 1726-Ellen O. Paige, instructor... 50.00
Apr. 24, 1722-M. E. Melvin, instructor ... 45.00
May 1, 1716--David Williams Co., subscrip-
tion ...................... 1.00
May 7, 1717-Painters' Magazine, subscrip-
tion ...................... 2.00
May 11, 2257-N. B. Young, instructor ..... 50.00
May 11, 2254-C. A. Coles, instructor ...... 55.00
May 11, 2253-E. L. Gordon, instructor .... 50.00
May 12, 2236-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies 4.55
May 12, 2242-Albert Mays, farm assistant. 20.00
May 12, 2238-R. J. Evans, crayon anderasers 1.60
May 12, 2256-C. D. Menafee, instructor ... 55.00
May 12, 2249-L. M. Cropper, instructor ... 50.00
May 12, 2255-Ada Hawes, instructor ..... 55.00
May 12, 2247-M. E. Jamieson, instructor .. 45.00
May 12, 2237-Levy Bros., supplies......... 63.00










74


Paid. Warr.
May 12, 2235-L. C. Yaeger, supplies........ 16.70
May 12, 2258-J. B. Bragg, instructor....... 80.00
May 15, 2260-Z. T. Hubert, instructor...... 90.00
May 15, 2251-E. 0. Paige, instructor........ 50.00
May 15, 2252-M. E. Hall, instructor........ 50.00
May 15, 2248-E. J. Powell, instructor....... 45.00
May 16, 224E-E. A. Johnson, instructor .... 25.00
May 16, 2261-F. C. Johnson, instructor..... 100.00
May 16, 2259-W. H. A. Howard, instructor.. 80.00
May 16, 2241-Willie Webb, labor.......... 3.00
May 16, 2240-Robert Hawkins, labor...... 10.40
May 16, 2239-Southern Fuel & Supply Co.,
coal ...................... 6.50
May 17, 2250-A. E. Martin, instructor ..... 50.00
May 19, 2246-M. E. Melvin, instructor ..... 45.00
May 21, 2243-N. B. Young, supplies ....... 2.20
May 22, 2262-Geo. M. Sampson, instructor.. 100.00
June 7, 2573-C. A. Coles, instructor........ 55.00
June 7, 2571-J. B. Bragg, instructor....... 80.00
June 7, 2575--E. L. Gordon, instructor...... 50.00
June 7, 2572-Ada Hawes, instructor ....... 55.00
June 7, 2588-Robert Hawkins, labor ....... 12.10
June 7, 2602-N. B. Young, exp. & Frt...... 2.60
June 7, 2603-N. B. Young, freight on coal.. 3.30
June 7, 2604-N. B. Young, instructor ..... 50.00
June 7, 2595, Chas. Bryant, charcoal........ 1.40
June 8, 2601-Geo. P. Banks, millinery...... 20.91
June 8, 2570-W. H. A. Howard, instructor.. 80.00
June 8, 2599-L. C. Yaeger, hardware...... 10.25
June 8, 2596-- y. J. O. Mead, repairing har-
ness ...................... 1.65
June 8, 2568-F. C. Johnson, instructor..... 100.00
June 9, 2576-M. E. Hall, instructor ........ 50.00
June 9, 2597-Balkcom Drug Co., drugs..... 1.00
June 9, 2591-Gilmore & Davis Co., hardware 3.10
June 11, 2244-J. V. Hilyer, instructor...... 20.00
June 11, 2598-W. R. Wilson, cloth ......... 1.00
June 12, 2574-C. D. Menafee, instructor .... 55.00
June 12, 2589-Albert Mays, farm assistant.. 20.00
June 15, 2594-Eugene Deitzgen Co., drawing
paper .................... 1.92
June 16, 2E92-Dodd, Mead & Co., books ..... 18.08










75


Paid. Warr.
June 16, 2581-M. E. Melvin, instructor ..... 45.00
June 18, 2600-Illustrated milliner, sub..... 3.00
June 18, 2579-E. J. Powell, instructor ..... 45.00
June 18, 2586-E. O. Paige, instructor....... 50.00
June 18, 2577-A. E. Martin, instructor .... 50.00
June 18, 2593-Houghton, Miflin & Co., books 4.31
June 20, 2590-International Stock Food Co.,
feed ...................... 1.70
June 21, 2578-L. M. Cropper, instructor .... 50.00
June 21, 2567-G. M. Sampson, instructor... 100.00
June 22, 2580-M. E. Jamieson,'instructor... 45.00
June 25, 2569-Z. T. Hubert, instructor...... 90.00
June 29, 2583-J. V. Hilyer, instructor...... 20.00
July 9, 2587-Willie Webb, labor .......... 2.20
July 10, 2585-Geo. W. Powell, labor ....... 3.60
July 10, 2584-William Morgan, labor...... 4.20
July 16, 3465-James Johnson, farm assistant 12.00
July 16, 3466-Willie Webb, farm assistant.. 16.00
June 16, 3461-Richard Walker, labor....... 7.20
July 16, 3464-Richard Stevens, labor ...... 13.80
July 17, 3463-Albert Mays, farm assistant.. 20.00
July 17, 3469-N. B. Young, instructor...... 50.00
July 17, 3458-N. 1. Young, express.......... 1.10
July 17, 3462-Stanley Caswell, labor .... .. 10.20
July 18, 3470-C. D. Menafee, instructor .... 55.00
July 18, 3457-L. C. Yaeger, supplies........ 4.95
July 20, 3503-Dodson Prin. Supp. Co., sup-
plies ............. ........ 330.03
July 20, 3456-Dodson Print. Supp. Co., sup-
plies ..................... 2.93
July 20, 3459-G. M. Sampson, supplies...... 3.25
July 21, 3460-J. L. Pringle, groceries ...... 6.00
July 21, 3467-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies 4.85
Aug. 7, 3468-F. C. Johnson, instructor .... 100.00
Aug. 7, 2582-E. A. Johnson, instructor.... 25.00
Aug. 17, 3942-Richard Walker, labor ...... 10.40
Aug. 17, 3939-Richard Stevens, labor .... 14.40
Aug. 17, 3943-N. B. Young, instructor ..... 50.00
Aug. 17, 3935-E. P. Knight, seed peas ...... 2.25
Aug. 17, 3944-C. D. Menafee, instructor .... 55.00
Aug. 18, 3940-Albert Mays, farm assistant.. 20.00
Aug. 21, 3932-Willie Webb, farm assistant..' 16.00











76


Paid. Warr.
Aug. 21, 3941-Stanley Caswell, farm assist-
ant ........... ......................... 11.40
Aug. 21, 3933-James Johnson, farm assistant 11.50
Aug. 22, 3934-Talla. Iron Wks., work on
boiler ..................... 10.00
Aug. 22, 3936-Levy Bros., cow peas ........ 1.35
Aug. 23, 3937-W. H. Ford, Jersey bull...... 25.00
Aug. 24, 3938-Balkcom Drug Co., supplies.. 3.00
Sep. 13, 4273-N. B. Young, instructor ...... 50.00
Sep. 13, 4283-L. C. Yaeger, supplies........ 8.90
Sep. 14, 4277-Richard Stevens, labor ...... 7.80
Sep. 14, 4280-N. B. Young, sundries ....... 6.85
Sep. 14, 4276-Richard Walker, farm assistant 11.50
Sep. 14, 4284-Balkcom Drug Co., supplies.. 2.55
Sep. 15, 4278-Willie Webb, labor .......... 2.40
Sep. 15, 4272-C. D. Menafee, instructor .... 55.00
Sep. 15, 4281-Levy Bros., fertilizer......... 90.50
Sep. 17, 4274-Albert Mays, lotman.......... 20.00
Sep. 21, 4282-Eugene Deitzgen, paper...... 1.04
Sep. 25, 4279-Stanley Caswell, labor ....... 3.00
Sep. 26, 4275-James Johnson, labor ........ 12.00
Oct. 10, 4572-N. B. Young, instructor ...... 50.00
Oct. 11, 4576-Talla. Water Wks. Co., water 72.96
Oct. 11, 4571-C. D. Menafee, instructor .... 55.00
Oct. 12, 4577-Richard Walker, labor ....... 10.00
Oct. 12, 4575-Willie Jackson, labor ........ 10.85
Oct. 16, 4574-Albert Mays, stableman ...... 20.00
Oct. 16, 4573-James Johnson, labor........ 12.00
Oct. 20, 4578-M. T. Richardson Co., subscrip-
tion ...................... 1.00
Oct. 29, 4570-F. C. Johnson, instructor ..... 100.00
Nov. 13, 5199-F. C. Johnson, instructor .... 100.00
Nov. 13, 5193-C. D. Menafee. instructor .... 55.00
Nov. 13, 5190-E. O. Paige, instructor ...... 50.00
Nov. 13, 5186-D. E. Attaway, instructor .... 45.00
Nov. 13, 5185-H. E. Newburn, instructor .. 45.00
Nov. 13, 5198-G'. M. Sampson, instructor.. 100.00
Nov. 13, 5195-T. S. Johnson, instructor .... 70.00
Nov. 13, 5196-E. B. Jones, instructor ...... 75.00
Nov. 13, 5192-N. B. Young, instructor ...... 50.00
Nov. 13, 5200-Talla. Water Wks. Co., water 74.84
Nov. 13, 5212-Walter Houston, fireman .... 5.00











77


Paid. Warr.
Nov. 13, 5189-E. J. Powell, instructor....... 50.00.
Nov. 13, 5188-M. E. Melvin, instructor .... 45.00
Nov. 13, 5202-N. B. Young, sundries ...... 170.95
Nov. 13, 5184-Julian L. Brown, instructor.. 45.00
Nov. 13, 5187-F. A. Thompson, instructor .. 45.00
Nov. 13, 5201-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies 55.03
Nov. 14, 5197-W. H. A. Howard, instructor. 80.00
Nov. 14, 5203-L. C. Yaegar, supplies....... 25.80
Nov. 14, 5206-Levy Bros., supplies ......... 54.74
Nov. 14, 5208-Tony Williams, blacksmith... 13.80
Nov. 14, 5194-C. A. Coles, instructor ...... 60.00
Nov. 14, 5204-Albert Mays., lotman ........ 20.00
Nov. 15, 5207-Balkcom Drug Co., seeds..... 4.75
Nov. 17, 5191-A. E. Martin, instructor ..... 50.00
Nov. 19, 5211-Drew Co., paper ............ 7.85
Nov. 19, 5183-E. A. Johnson, instructor ... 25.00
Nov. 21, 5209-South. Fuel & Supp. Co., coal. 13.00
Nov. 23, 5210-Eugene Deitzgen Co., paper.. 1.92
Nov. 26, 5205-Mason & Hanson, supplies ... 38.51
Nov. 27, 5182-J. V. Hilyer, instructor ..... 20.00
Dec. 13, 5832-D. E. Attaway, instructor.... 45.00
Dec. 13 5831-F. A. Thompson, instructor.... 45.00
Dec. 13, 5830-Julian Brown, instructor .... 45.00
Dec. 14, 5818-N. B. Young, instructor...... 125.00
Dec. 14, 5825-C. D. Menafee, instructor.... 55.00
Dec. 14, 5827-E. J. Powell, instructor...... 50.00
Dec. 14, 5828-E. 0. Paige, instructor....... 50.00
Dec. 14, 5851-Levy Bros., provisions ....... 43.50
Dec. 14 5856-N. B. Young, labor pay-rolls... 34.23
Dec. 14, 5836-Walter Houston, fireman..... 6.00
Dec. 14, 5842-George Powell, labor........ 8.00
Dec. 14, 5844-William Powell, labor...... 6.00
Dec. 14, 5847-Balkcom Drug Co., sponge ... .35
Dec. 14, 5850-G. W. Saxon, rye............ 16.00
Dec. 15, 5819-F. C. Johnson, instructor.... 100.00
Dec. 15, 5824-C. A. Coles, instructor ........ 60.00
Dec. 15, 5826-A. E. Martin, instructor ...... 50.00
Dec. 15, 5834-E. A. Johnson, instructor.... 25.00
Dec. 15, 5841-W. R. Wilson, mdse .......... 14.62
Dec. 15, 5853-R. J. Evans, stationery..... 2.70
Dec. 17, 5846-VanBrunt & Demilly, supplies. 6.90
Dec. 17, 5855-S. C. James, mdse........... 8.50











78


Paid. Warr.
Dec. 18, 5833-H. E. Newburn, instructor.... 45.00
Dec. 18, 5822-E. B. Jones, instructor....... 75.00
Dec. 18, 5823-T. S. Johnson instructor ..... 70.0
Dec. 18, 5839-L. C. Yaeger, supplies......... 124.18
Dec. 18, 5821-W. H. A. Howard, instructor.. 80.00
Dec. 18, 5837-G. M. Sampson, stationery.... 8.60
Dec. 18, 5820-G. M. Sampson instructor .... 100.00
Dec. 18, 5829-M. E. Melvin, instructor..... 45.00
Dec. 18, 5838-Albert Mays, lotman......... 20.00
Dec. 18, 5835-J. V. Hilyer, instructor ...... 20.00
Dec. 18, 5849-J. L. Pringle, supplies........ 47.25
Dec. 22, 5848-South. School Books Dept.,
charts ...... .............. 25.00
Dec. 21 5845-Clanton & Webb Co. globes.. 18.00
Dec. 21, 5854-Clanton & Webb Co., crayon.. 7.50
Dec. 21, 5840-Eugene Dietzen Co., paper.... .92
Dec. 21, 5852-Talla. Iron Works, repairing.. 5.00

Total disbursements during the year ....... $ 12,132.67
Dec. 31- Balance ......................... 9,019.76

1907$ 21,152.43
Jan. 1907. Balance in the Fund 9,019.76
Jan. 1-Balance in the Fund..............$ 9,019.76











79


COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL CONTIN-
GENT 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 to other funds. War-
rants are drawn against this fund by the Comptroller,
upon vouchers approved by the Board of Control, and
are paid by the Treasurer.


RECEIPTS.
1906.
Jan. 1-Balance as per report ............. .
Jan. 6-Deposit 1by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ................................ .
Feb. 3-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ....................................
Mar. 6-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ................................ .
Apr. 2-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ................................ .
Apr. 26-From Governor N. B. Broward, col-
lections from insurance companies account
of fire loss January 1, 1906 ..............
Apr. 30--Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ................................
June 2-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ....................................
July 2-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol ................................ .
Aug. 4-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol. ............................ ..... ..
Sept. 26-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con.
trol. ...................................
Nov. 7-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol .................... ...............
Dec. 7-Deposit by Secretary Board of Con-
trol. ....................................

4


174.22

86.16

70.14

85.75

50.40


5,221.73

66.00

41.91

31.24

16.05

50.08

25.29

62.73

!5,981.70











80


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 2, 4324-Tel. eo., phone rent.......... $ 3.50
Jan. 22 510-Nelson Henry, janitor........ 4.00
Jan. 22, 509-Jessie Gordon, janitor...... 4.00
Jan. 22, 507-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 4.00
Jan. 22, 513-George Norton, janitor...... 4.00
Jan. 22. 508-A. E. Davis, janitor........... 4.00
Jan. 22, 506-Walter Houston, janitor....... 4.00
Jan. 22, 511-Frank Butler, watchman..... 8.00
Jan. 22, 512-Bednie Gilbert, janitor ...... 4.00
Jan. 22, 505-N. B. Young, expenses........ 52.85
Feb. 20, 778-N. B. Young, gas bill......... 35.25
Feb. 20, 782-Jessie Gordon, janitor........ 4.00
Feb. 20, 780-Joseph Kelker, janitor........ 4.00
Feb. 20, 779-Ketous Thompson, janitor .... 4.00
Feb. 20, 785-Walter Houston, janitor .... 4.00
Feb. 20, 786-Frank Butler, watchman..... 8.00
Feb. 20, 783-Bednie Gilbert, janitor ...... 4.00
Feb. 20, 784-George Norton, janitor...... 4.00
Feb. 20, 781-Charles Dudley, dairyman.... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1385-William King, milkman...... 7.00
Mar. 21, 1382-Joseph Kelker, janitor ...... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1381-Ketous Thompson, janitor .... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1380-Charles Dudley, janitor...... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1379-Jessie Gordon, janitor ...... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1378-Bednie Gilbert, janitor...... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1384-Frank Butler, watchman .... 8.00
Mar. 21, 1377-George Norton, janitor....... 4.00
Mar. 21, 1385-Harry Osgood, janitor....... 5.00
Mar. 21, 1389-N. B. Young, gas bills.......... 14.85
Mar. 21, 1383-Walter Houston, janitor.... 4.00
Mar. 28, 1387--Tel. Co., phone rent......... 7.00
Apr. 3, 1388-Richard IStevens, whitewash-
ing. ........................ 1.88
Apr. 16, 1743-Frank Butler, watchman..... 8.00
Apr. 16, 1744-Charles Dudley, janitor...... 4.00
Apr. 16, 1747-Joseph Kelker, janitor.:...... 4.00
Apr. 16, 1745-Walter Houston, janitor....... 4.00
Apr. 16, 1741-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 4.00
Apr. 16, 1748-George Norton, janitor...... 4.00
Apr. 16, 1742-Jessie Gordon, janitor........ 4.00
Apr. 16, 1738-J. Dickerson, fireman........ 1.50











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Paid. Warr.
Apr. 16, 1740-Bednie Gilbert, janitor........ 4.00
Apr. 16, 1739-William A. King, milkman.... 3.50
Apr. 16, 1746-Harry Osgood, janitor......... 2.50
May 11, 2275-Taylor Barnes, labor ........ 11.25
May 12, 2272-Tel. Co., phone rent........... 7.00
May 14, 2266-Burris Baker, watchman...... 8.00
May 14, 2271-S. J. Dickerson, fireman ..... 1.50
May 14, 2273-Bednie Gilbert, janitor...... 4.00
May 14, 2274-Joseph Kelker, janitor........ 4.00
May 14, 2270-Jessie Gordon, janitor........ 4.00
May 14, 2268-William King, milkman...... 3.50
May 14, 2265-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 4.00
May 14, 2269-Walter Houston, janitor...... 4.00
May 18, 2263-George Norton, janitor....... 4.00
May 21, 2264-Charles Dudley, janitor...... 4.00
May 21, 2267-Harry Osgood, janitor....... 2.50
June 6, 2668-Child Bros., work on Academic
Building. ................ 800.00
June 7, 2681-Burris Baker, watchman..... 8.00
June 7, 2671-N. B. Young, gas............ 28.05
June 7, 2680-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 4.00
June 7, 2679-Joseph Kelker, janitor...... 4.00
June 7, 2676-Jessie Gordon, janitor....... 4.00
June 7, 2675-Bednie Gilbert, janitor...... 4.00
June 7, 2673-George Norton, janitor...... 4.00
June 7, 2678-Walter Houston, janitor...:. 5.50
June 7, 2674-H. A. Osgood, janitor......... 2.50(
June 7, 2677-Charles Dudley, janitor...... 4.00,
June 7, 2669-W. A. King, milkman........ 3.50
June 11, 2670-Charles Bryant, farm assist-
ant ....................... 14.00
June 11, 2672-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 3.50
July 14, 3474-Child Bros., Academic Bldg.. 1,500.00
July 16, 3473-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 16.00
July 17, 3471-Taylor Barnes, labor........ 1.40
July 17, 3472-Charles Dudley, labor........ 3.60
Aug. 16, 3945-Child Bros., Academic Bldg.. 2,300.00
Aug. 17, 3949-Ketous Thompson, dairyman. 16.00
Aug. 21, 3947-Gilmore & Davis Co., piping.. 35.40
Aug. 21, 3946-N. B. Young, expenses, Bldg.. 39.60
Sep. 1, 3948-Tel. Co. .phone rent .......... .. 7.00
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Paid. Warr.
Sep. 14, 4271-R. A. Hightower, excavating.. 10.75
Oct. 10, 4582-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies. 42.74
Oct. 12, 4583-0. C. Light & Fuel Co., coal tar. 1.00
Oct. 12, 4581-N. B. Young, painting........ 41.25
Oct. 15. 4580-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 3.50
Oct. 15, 4692-N. B. Young, bills paid...... 65.65
Oct. 16, 4579-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 32.00
Oct. 20, 4584-Child Bros., flooring.......... 75.69
Nov. 13, 5316-Child Bros., lumber. ......... 34.27
Nov. 13, 5322-N. B. Young, sundries ....... 43.80
Nov. 13, 5320-N. B. Young, sundries........ 112.69
Nov. 13, 5313-W. A. Patterson, janitor...... 3.00
Nov. 13, 5311-Milton Roundtree, janitor.... 3.50
Nov. 13, 5312-Thomas Williams, watchman.. 4.00
Nov. 13, 5307-Harry Osgood, janitor....... 3.50
Nov. 13, 5300-Cleveland Law, milkman.... 6.03
Nov. 13, 5305-William Powell, labor........ 1.75
Nov. 13, 5299-William King, milkman...... 5.25
Nov. 13, 5301-Arnette Johnson, labor...... 1.25.
Nov. 13, 5302-Ketous Thompson, labor...... 5.25
Nov. 13, 5303-Charles Dudley, labor........ 6.03
Nov. 13, 5308-Joseph Walker, janitor...... 1.00
Nov. 13, 5310-Capers Allen, janitor........ 1.25
Nov. 13, 5314-Mallon Simms, janitor....... 3.50
Nov. 13, 5315-N. B. Young, sanitarian .. .. 12.00
Nov. 13, 5325-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies. 38.62
Nov. 14, 5318-W. H. A. Howard, painting.. 25.00
Nov. 14, 5321-L. C. Yeager, hardware...... 48.96
Nov. 14, 5298-E. F. Mays, House rent....... 6.00
Nov. 17, 5306-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 3.50
Nov. 19, 5324-Florida Recorder, advertising. 4.00
Nov. 19. 5323-Fla. Printing Co., advertising. 10.00
Nov. 20, 5304-C. C. Light & Fuel Co., gas.. 3.40
Nov. 21, 5319-Clanton Webb & Co., acme
plate. ...................... 80.46
Nov. 22, 5309-Charles Bryant, sanitarian... 10.00
Nov. 30, 5317-Atkinson, Mentzer & Grove,
shade. .................. .. 1.30
Dec. 14, 5857--Capers Allen, janitor ......... 4.00
Dec. 14, 5858-Joseph Walker, janitor....... 3.50
Dec. 14, 5859-Harry Osgood, janitor...... 3.50










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Paid. Warr.
Dec. 14, 5860-Milton Roundtree, janitor.... 3.50
Dec. 14, 5861-W. A. Patterson, janitor...... 3.00
Dec. 14, 5862-Thomas Williams, watchman.. 8.00
Dec. 14, 5863-Cleveland Law, milkman..... .8.00
Dec. 14, 5864-Arnette Johnson, janitor.... 2.00
Dec. 14, 5865-Ketous Thompson, dairyman.. 6.00
Dec 14, 5866-Charles Dudley, dairyman.... 8.00
Dec. 14, 5867-Mollen Simms, janitor........ 3.50
Dec. 14, 5868-Charles Bryant, sanitarian.. 12.00
Dec. 18, 5869-C. C. Light & Fuel Co., sup-
plies ....................... 12.35

Total disbursements for the year.......... $5,977.87
Dec. 31-Balance. ......................... 3.83
$5,981.70
1907.
Jan. 1-Balance in the fund................$ 3.83








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EDUCATIONAL FUND.

(SUMMARY.)

Under the provisions of Chapter 5834, Laws of Florida,
approved June 5, 1905 (commonly known as the "Buck-
man Act"), warrants against the appropriations 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 5834.
The amounts thus disbursed during 1906 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 ................ $ 2,628.60
University of Florida..... ................. 20,977.00
Florida Female College .................... 25,573.25
Institute for Blind, Deaf and Dumb.......... 14,736.68
Colored Normal and Industrial School....... 3,554.36
University of Florida, New Buildings......... 38,603.70
University of Florida, Agricultural College In-
terest Account .......................... 2,716.00
Florida State College (Old Accounts)........ 322.31
South Florida Military College (Old Ac-
counts .................................. 10.60

Total disbursements from Educational Fund,
1906.. ....................... ....... $109,122.50


EDUCATIONAL FUND-EXPENSES BOARD
CONTROL.


OF


Under Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida, warrants in pay-
ment of the expenses of the Board of Control are drawn
by the Comptroller against the General Revenue Fund, di-
rect, upon vouchers approved by the Board of Control,
and are paid by the Treasurer from the General Revenue












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Fund, in pursuance of the provisions of said Chapter 5384.
Disbursements made during 1906 on account of ex-
penses of the Board of Control were as follows:



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 10, 77-T. B. King, exp. attng. mtgs. ..$ 104.20
Jan. 18, 364-J. G. Kellum, sal. & tray. exp. 140.20
Jan. 18, 368-W. H. Ellis, tray. exp. ...... 15.55
Jan. 18, 367-John McDougall, P. M., stamps 5.00
Jan. 19, 360-N. P. Bryan, exp. attg. metgs. 25.65
Jan. 22, 365-Capital Pub. Co., printing .... 15.00
Feb. 10, 3736-Kissimmee Valley Gazette, adv. 5.25
Feb. 12, 687-J. G. Kellum, salary & exp. .. 120.38
Feb. 21, 688-J. E. Dyal, care of property .. 15.00
Feb. 22, 686-L. J. Clyatt, shipping rifles .. 29.46
Mar. 5, 689-A. L. Brown, exp., attg. mtgs. 49.25
Mar. 15, 1180-J. G. Kellum, salary and exp. 102.50
Mar. 15, 1181-D. R. Cox Furn. Co., files .... 10.00
Mar. 17, 1179-John McDougall, P. M., stps. 5.00
Mar. 19, 1182-Drew Co., rubber stamps.... 2.30
Mar. 26, 1463-P. K. Yonge, exp. attg. metgs. 77.36
Apr. 13, 1646-J. G. Kellum, salary & exp... 121.15
Apr. 16, 1648-N. P. Bryan, expenses ...... 39.95
Apr. 20, 1647-A. L. Brown, expenses ....... 67.80
May 7, 2143-J. G. Kellum, sal and. tv. exp. 117.60
May 8, 2145-John McDougall, P. M., stps. 5.00
May 12,. 2147-1st Nat. Bk, Gainesville, exp.
of recording deed .......... 1.50
May .14, 2144-L. J. Clyatt, frgt. and drayage 1.24
June 13, 2776-T. B. King, expenses ........ 129.00
June 5, 2654-J. G. Kellum, sal. and exp. .. 129.05
June 9, 2146-City Elec. Light Plant (Bar-
tow), Lights at So. Fla. Mill
Coll. ...................... 20.00
June 11, 2777-P. K. Yonge, expenses ...... 88.60
June 11, 2775-Capital Pub. Co., printing .. 39.50
July 13, 3442-J. G. Kellum, sal. & exp..... 115.35
July 17, 3444-Drew Co., record books .... 21.75
July 20, 3445-W. L. Floyd, express ....... 1.40











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Paid. Warr.
July 20, 3443-J. C. Baisden, exp. attg. mtgs. 21.70
July 27, 3446-Chief of Ordnance, U. S. A.,
military property ......... 12.76
Aug. 13, 3504-A. L. Brown, expenses ...... 65.20
Aug. 15, 3887-J. G. Kellum, sal & exp ...... 119.40
Aug. 15, 3886-John McDougall, P. M., stps. 5.00
Aug. 22, 3981-N. P. Bryan, expenses ...... 64.88
Sept. 24, 4176-P. K. Yonge, expenses ...... 89.10
Sept. 7, 4170-J. G. Kellum, sal. & exp .... 122.45
Oct. 4, 4473-J. G. Kellum, sal. & exp. .... 122.57
Oct. 20, 4697-T. B. King, expenses ........ 91.05
Nov. 19, 5149-J. C. Baisden, expenses .... 22.15
Nov. 10, 5151-J. G. Kellum, sal. & exp. .... 121.35
Nov. 10, 5150-Capital Pub. Co., printing .. 4.00
Nov. 9, 5152-John McDougall, P. M., ptge. 5.00
Dec. 6, 5153-A. L. Brown, expenses ...... 36.00
Dec. 8, 5654-J. G. Kellum, Secretary .... 100.00
Dec. 17, 5655-W. R. Thomas, livery hire .. 5.00

Total disbursements for the year .......... $ 2,628.60



EDUCATIONAL FUND-UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.

Under the provisions of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
approved June 5, 1905, warrants against the appropria-
tion 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 appro-
priation made by Chapter 5384.
Disbursements made during 1906 for the University of
Florida were as follows:



.DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 4, 4200-Drew Co., Books & Stationery$ 24.77
Jan. 5, 4204-A. I. Roe, sawing wood .... 2.00













Paid. Warr.
Jan. 5, 4201-Columbia Tel. Co., 'phone rent 2.25
Jan. 5, 4199-L. C. W. & L. Co., lights & wa. 200.00
Jan. 5, 4198-Markham Book Co., stationery .85
Jan. 6, 4195-G. S. Young, sundry supplies.. 6.60
Jan. 6, 4208--K. K. Horton, sawing wood .. 2.00
Jan. 10, 4196-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., electl. wk. 6.15
Jan. 11, 76-Edwards & Walter, arch. serv. 2,633.75
Jan. 13, 4212-W. P. Jernigan, sew. repairs 5.00
Jan. 13, 4205-F. A. McCuire, sawing wood.. 1.00
Jan. 13, 4207-W. M. Knight, sawing wood.... 4.00
Jan. 13, 4215-Chas. Jenkins, janitor ...... 25.00
Jan. 13, 4211-W. P. Jernigan, bills paid.... 7.55
Jan. 17, 4206-Chas. Larson, sawing wood .. 2.00
Jan. 22, 420-C. A. Finley, librarian ...... 62.50
Jan. 24, 412-W. L. Floyd, Prof. Eng. & Sci. 150.00
Jan. 24, 423-L. Haseman, Instr. Science.. 50.00
Jan. 24, 418-T. G. Kelley, night watchman 35.00
Jan. 24, 421-W. P. Jernigan, auditor .... 100.00
Jan. 24, 409-E. R. Flint, Univ. physician.. 31.25
Jan. 24, 401-Andrew Sledd, trav. exp .... 5.70
Jan. 25, 408-N. H. Cox, Prof. Eng ......... 150.00
Jan. 25, 422-C. A. Colton, physical director 100.00
Jan. 25, 396-K. K. Horton, sawing wood .. .44
Jan. 25, 395-A. I. Roe, sawing wood ...... .44
Jan. 25, 410-W. S. Cawthon, Prof. math... 150.00
Jan. 25, 407-H. E. Bennett, dean normal.. 187.50
Jan. 26, 413-H. S. Fawcett, Instr. botany .. 50.00
Jan. 26, 388-Genl. Electric Co., supplies.. 39.57
Jan. 26, 417-Wm. Martin, janitor ........ 20.00
Jan. 26, 415-Oscar Jenkins, janitor ...... 20.00
Jan. 26, 414-T. B. Byrd, janitor .......... 20.00
Jan. 26, 411-0. M. Lynch, Prof. history.. 150.00
Jan. 27, 385-L. C. W. & L. Plant, lights .... 110.00
Jan. 27, 391-Drew Co., printing .......... 16.85
Jan. 27, 386-Knight Crockery Co., toilet pr. 10.00
Jan. 27, 394-W. P. Jernigan, sundry bills.. 21.24
Jan. 27, 416-Chas. Jenkins, janitor ...... 25.00
Jan. 27, 405-A. R. Nielson, glazing windows 3.00
Jan. 27, 419-L. C. Algee, stenographer..... 30.00
Jan. 27, 387-H. L. Dodd, printing........ 8.25
Jan. 27, 393-T. J. Appleyard, printing .... 4.00
Jan. 29, 383-W. G. Niblack, wood ......... 299.25











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Paid. Warr.
Jan. 29, 404-Porter & Glover, provisions .. 19.40
Jan. 29, 397-R. H. Dean, sawing wood .... .19
Jan. 29, 406-J. E. Young, supplies ...... 23.04
Jan. 29, 4203-R. A. Smith, sawing wood.... .50
Jan. 31, 384-A. C. McClung & Co., books 5.10
Feb. 1, 551-Oscar Jenkins, cleaning rifles.. 5.00
Feb. 1, 402-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., electl. wk. 4.80
Feb. 1, 4197-J. W. Nelson, carpentry work 2.90
Feb. 2, 399-G. S. Young, glass .......... 5.45
Feb. 2, 392-Columbia Tel. Co., 'phone rent 2.25
Feb. 3, 390-G. E. Fellows, treas. assn. dues 20.00
Feb. 5, 403-B. E. Raulerson, P. M., box rt. 1.00
Feb. 5, 400-J. D. Street, supplies ....... 5.05
Feb. 6, 389-Garlock Pack. Co., plumb. mtl. 5.25
Feb. 8, 552-Chas. Jenkins, washing flags.. .35
Feb. 21, 876-W. F. Yocum, Prof. philos.... 187.50
Feb. 21, 884-C. A. Finley, librarian ...... 62.50
Feb. 21, 879-D. G. Thomas, Prof. history.. 156.25
Feb. 22, 886-Wm. Martin, janitor ........ 18.00
Feb. 22, 892-Genl. Electric Co., supplies .. 60.05
Feb. 22, 882-H. E. Bennett, dean normal .. 187.50
Feb. 22, 878-E. R. Flint, Univ. physician. 31.25
Feb. 22, 887-Oscar Jenkins, janitor ...... 20.00
Feb. 22, 885-T. G. Kelley, night watchman 35.00
Feb. 23, 881-C. L. Crow, Prof. Rom. Langs. 187.50
Feb. 23, 877-N. H. Cox, sundries ......... 59.60
Feb. 26, 893-S. B. Hubbard Co., saw ...... 7.43
Feb. 26, 896-J. D. Street, tools ........ 4.75
Feb. 26,. 883-G. M. Lynch, Prof. history .. 150.00
Feb. 28, 890-Amer. LeF. Ins. Co., fire extin. 72.00
Feb. 28, 895-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., electl. wk 6.15
Mar. 1, 898-G. S. Young, glass ........ 2.80
Mar. 2, 880-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Gr..... 187.50
Mar. 3, 891-D. D. Cottrell, magazines .... 55.53
Mar. 3, 894-R. T. Radford, clockwork .... 3.00
Mar. 3, 897-Washington Post, books .... 10.00
Mar. 5, 889-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 34.40
Mar. 5, 888-A. R. Nielson, janitor ...... 17.33
Mar. 14, 899-J. L. Hills, Tr., Assn. dues.... 15.00
Mar. 14, 4209-R. S. Blanton, sawing wood.. 1.00
Mar. 21, 1215-E. R. Flint, physician ...... 31.25
Mar. 21, 1214-W. F. Yocum, Prof. Philos .. 187.50











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Paid. Warr.
Mar. 22, 1216-D. Y. Thomas, history, etc... 156.25
Mar. 22, 1219-H. E. Bennett, dean normal.. 187.50
Mar. 22, 1222-Oscar Jenkins, janitor ...... 32.00
Mar. 22, 1218-C. L. Crow, Roman. Langs. .. 187.50
Mar. 23, 1221-T. G. Kelley, night watchman 35.00
Mar. 23, 1220-G. M. Lynch, history, etc..... 150.00
Mar. 23, 1217-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Gr..... 187.50
Mar. 26, 1226-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., electl. wk. 5.70
Apr. 4, 1224-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 35.13
Apr. 4, 1223-A. R. Nielson, janitor ........ 20.00
Apr. 18, 1693-G. M. Lynch, history, etc .... 150.00
Apr. 18, 1694-E. R. Flint, physician ....... 31.25
Apr. 18, 1690-S. B. Hubbard Co., tools .... 1.25
Apr. 19, 1686-Gen. Electric Co., supplies.... 50.30
Apr. 19, 1225-Gen. Electric Co., plumbing 7.00
Apr. 19, 1687-Geo. Booker Co., plumbing ... 7.35
Apr. 20, 1688-J. E. Young, supplies ........ 17.00
Apr. 25, 1691-Home Rubber Co., supplies.. 72.30
May 5, 1689-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., electl. wk 5.40
May 5, 1692-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 5.55
May 12, 2221-C. L. Crow, Roman. Langs.... 187.50
May 12, 2223-E. R. Flint, physician ...... 31.25
May 14, 2214-N. H. Cox, hire of labor .... 13.13
May 14, 2212-W. F. Yocum, tray. exp .... 8.40
May 14, 2215-W. B. Cathey, furniture .... 60.10
May 14, 2211-G. S. Young, supplies ...... 9.65
May 14, 2220-T. G. Kelley, night watchman. 35.00
May 16, 2218-Oscar Jenkins, janitor ...... 25.00
May 17, 2222-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Gr... 187.50
May 21, 2219-A. R, Nielson, janitor ...... 20.00
May 21, 2216-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 51.98
May 21, 2217-Curtis Mattox, janitor ...... 17.33
May 23, 2213-J. A. Fisher, horseshoeing .. 1.00
June 11, 2739-E. R. Flint, physician ...... 31.25
June 11, 2745-G. M. Lynch, history, etc. .. 150.00
June 11, 2755-Genl. Electric Co., apparatus. 28.50
June 13, 2747-Chas. Larson, fireman ...... 15.00
June 13, 2756-S. J. Harris, labor .......... 3.75
June 13, 2751-W. B. Cathey, labor ........ 5.00
June 14, 2750-Curtis Mattox, janitor ...... 14.00
June 14, 2759-B. E. Raulerson, P. M., envel. 42.40
June 15, 2746-A. R. Nielson, janitor ...... 20.00











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Paid. Warr.
June 15, 2759-L. C. Lumber Co., fencing .... 2.97
June 15, 2763-M. E. Wright, tools, etc ..... 2.85
June 1, 2761-Record Co., envelopes ...... 28.50
June 16, 2748-T. G. Kelley, night watchman 35.00
June 16, 2744-W. L. Floyd, English & Sci... 16.52
June 16, 2754-E. Coast Lum. Co., lumber .. 16.00
June 18, 2743-H. E. Bennett, dean normal 187.50
June 18, 2749-Chas. Jenkins, janitor ...... 25.00
June 18, 2762-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., elect. wk. 11.85
June 18, 2757-E. M. Henry, labor .......... 1.00
June 18, 2753-J. W. Dougherty, repairs .... 2.00
June 18, 2760-Porter & Glover, provisions.. 17.75
June 18, 2766-A. Sledd, commencement exp. 25.00
June 18, 2752-H. L. Dodd, printing ....... 23.00
June 21, 2764-So. Bell Tel. Co., 'phon. rent. 2.25
June 22, 2765-Zenner Dis. Co., disinfectants 2.98
June 25, 2740-D. Y. Thomas, history, etc. .. 156.25
July 2, 2742-C. L. Crow, Rom. Langs. ..... 187.50
July 7, 2741-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Gr. .. 187.50
July 19, 3512-E. M. Henry, janitor ...... 22.50
July 19, 3507-W. B. Cathey, labor ........ 10.00
July 19, 3510-S. J. Harris, Jr., labor .... 7.50
July 19, 3506-Wm. Smith, janitor ........ 18.00
July 20, 3516-M. L. Plympton, mde. ...... 2.32
July 20, 3521-Chas. Jenkins, janitor ...... 27.00
July 20, 3517-W. M. Rowlett, Jr., electl. wk. 3.15
July 21, 3519-J. E. Young, supplies ........ 28.05
July 21, 3505-W. G. Niblack, wood ........ 104.63
July 21, 3514-R. N. Penland, mowing campus 5.00
July 23, 3523-T. G. Kelley, night watchman. 35.00
July 23, 3520-G. S. Young, supplies ........ 22.15
July 23, 3522-0. Jenkins, janitor ........... 10.00
July 23, 3515-Porter & Glover, supplies .... 6.05
July 25, 3509-J. A. Fisher, shoeing mule .. 1.00
July 26, 3513-J. T. Jones, hack hire ...... 2.00
July 27, 3518-Telephone Co., 'phone rent .. 2.25
July 30,. 3508-N. H. Cox, music .......... 5.65
Aug. 1, 3511-Hatcher Trans. Co., hack hire .50
Aug. 23, 3912-Record Co., catalogues ...... 247.00
Aug. 24, 3985-Wm. Smith, janitor ........ 20.00
Aug. 24, 3984-C. Jenkins, janitor .......... 25.00
Aug. 24, 3983-T. G. Kelley, night watchman 35.00











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Paid. Warr.
Aug. 24, 3988-W. S. Cawthon, removal exp. 50.00
Aug. 27, 4054-A. Sledd, removal expenses .. 603.55
Aug. 29, 3987-J. F Mitchell, foreman ..... 50.00
Aug. 30, 3913-Maverick & Wissinger, dip... 92.50
Sept. 17, 4206-Wm. Smith, janitor ........ 20.00
Sept. 17, 4179-War Dept., military supplies. 11.93
Sept. 19, 4207-T. G. Kelley, night watchman 35.00
Sept. 19, 4180-A. Sledd, removal expenses .. 807.32
Sept. 20, 4204-Porter & Glover, feed ...... 14.85
Sept. 27, 4208-J. F. Mitchell, foreman ...... 50.00
Oct. 4, 4205-W. P. Jernigan, sundries .... 2.76
Oct. 8, 4474-A. Sledd, removal exp. ..... 561.17
Oct. 13, 4543-Times-Union, adv. .......... 11.20
Oct. 13, 4544-Drew Co., stationery ...... 4.80
Oct. 13, 4551-J. E. Young, tools ........ 1.20
Oct. 15, 4552-Tampa Tribune, adv. ....... 10.00
Oct. 16, 4541-Maverick & Wissinger, dip.. 17.00
Oct. 16, 4549-A. Sledd, sundries .......... 4.58
Oct. 17, 4542-Gen. Electric Co., repairs .... 5.00
Oct. 18, 4475-S. J. Thomas Co., tools ...... 52.65
Oct. 18, 4472-W. R. Thomas, supplies .... 346.15
Oct. 19, 4547-Wm. Smith, janitor ........ 20.00
Oct. 19, 4553-Pensacola Journal, adv .... 9.24
Oct. 19, 4545-H. L. Dodd, printing ........ 6.00
Oct. 19, 4548-T. G. Kelley, night watchman. 35.00
Oct. 20, 4546-Gainesville Sun, stationery .. 8.75
Oct. 25, 4540-J. F. Mitchell, foreman .... 50.00
Nov. 1, 4550-J. A. Fisher, shoeing mule .... 1.00
Nov. 14, 5123-A. Sledd, removal expenses ... 964.19
Nov. 16, 5219-W. R. Thomas, removal exp... 250.15
Nov. 16, 5125-J. W. Forsythe, phys. dir.... 75.00
Nov. 16, 5124-W. P. Jernigan, removal ex-
penses .................... 233.44
Nov. 16, 5133-Times-Union, adv ............ 16.80
Nov. 16, 5132-Drew Co., stationery ........ 33.1A
Nov. 16, 5220-Drew Co., Hylo plates ...... 196.00
Nov. 17, 5130-Baird Hdw. Co., hardware .. 15.80
Nov. 17, 5141-Pensacola Journal, adv..... 10.56
Nov. 19, 5144-Tampa Tribune, adv ......... 10.00
Nov. 19, 5128-A. R. Granger, janitor ...... 19.17
Nov. 19, 5218-Eddins Mfg. Co., building .. 1,929.83
Nov. 19, 5137-L. C. Lynch, stamped envelopes 42.40









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Paid. Warr.
Nov. 19, 5147-G. G. & E. P. Co., lights .... 23.52
Nov. 19, 5148-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies .. 61.94
Nov. 19, 5145-A. J. Tidal, stationery ...... 16.02
Nov. 19, 5214-G. G. & E. P. Co., wiring..... 188.08
Nov. 19, 5146-W. U. Tel. Co., telegrams ... .50
Nov. 19, 5134-Frederick Dis. Co., creo-carb. 12.50
Nov. 21, 5140-Pepper Pub. Co., printing .. 34.75
Nov. 21, 5135-Gainesv. Water Wks., water.. 4.00
Nov. 21, 5136-L. A. Jernigan, clockwork... 2.00
Nov. 21, 5142-Telephone Co., 'phone rent... 3.15
Nov. 21, 5138-Miami Printg. Co., adv ....... 9.20
Nov. 21, 5216-Edwards & Walter, arch. wk. 300.00
Nov. 21, 5216-Edwards & Walter arch wk.. 300.00
Nov. 22, 5330-Chas. Larson, electrical work. 7.50
Nov. 22, 5215-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies.... 121.57
Nov. 22, 5139-C. C. Pedrick, shoeing mule.. 1.50
Nov. 23, 5131-Gainesville Sun, printing.... 46.50
Nov. 30, 5129-W. P. Jernigan, sundries.... 23.71
Nov. 30, 5127-E. R. Flint, physician........ 15.63
Nov. 30, 5126-W. W. Gibbs, janitor........ 10.00
Dec. 5, 5143-J. F. Smith, drawing.......... .50
Dec. 15, 5725-Bouis & Co., heating plant.... 400.00
Dec. 15, 5726--Bouis & Co., supplies........ 167.78
Dec. 17, 5665-Fla. Times-Union, advertis-
ing. ..................... 11.20
Dec. 17, 5727-Eddins Mfg. Co., building .... 200.00
Dec. 17, 5722-A. B. Oliver, posts........... 110.00
Dec. 17, 5668-Eddins Mfg. Co., lumber...... 43.00
Dec. 17, 5664-Baird Hardware Co., glass.... 1.83
Dec. 17, 5659-J. A. Forsythe, Jr., phys. direc-
tor. ......... ............. 75.00
Dec. 17, 5658--C. L. Crow, Mod. Langs ...... 187.50
Dec. 17, 5656-E. R. Flint, physician. ...... 31.25
Dec. 17, 5723-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 482.80
Dec. 17, 5720-Gainesv. P1. & Cof. Co., lumber. 206.18
Dec. 17, 5660-J. F. Mitchell, foreman........ 50.00
Dec. 19, 5666-S. J. Thomas Co., supplies.... 4.50
Dec. 19, 5670-W. P. Jernigan, sundries..... 6.35
Dec. 19, 5672-Gainesv. Light Co., lights. ..... 17.44
Dec. 19, 5674-Russell Pub. Co., advertising.. 10.00
Dec. 19, 5724-Baird Hardware Co., supplies. 253.03
Dec. 19, 5721-Edwards & Walter, architects. 100.00










93


Paid. Warr.


Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.


2'
21,
21,
21,
24,
24,
24,
26,


7671- c'aincsv. Sun printing. .....
5667-W. P. Jernigan, sundries....
5662-A. R. Granger, janitor........
5657-J. N. Anderson, Lat. & Gr. ....
5661-A. R. Nielsen, janitor........
5663-Frank Young, janitor........
5673-Chas. Larson, electrical work.


24.00
239.36
25.00
187.50
15.00
21.67
9.00


Total disbursements for the year........... $20,977.00





EDUCATIONAL FUND, NEW BUILDINGS-UNIVER-
SITY OF FLORIDA.

Warrants Drawn by Comptroller Upon Bills Approved by
the Board of Control, Under Chap. 5384, Acts of 1905.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.

Jan. 24, 336-Fla. Times-Union, advertising. 5.00
Jan. 24, 362-Drew Co., blue prints........ 1.90
Jan. 26, 361-A. Sledd, traveling expenses.. 3.90
Mar. 21, 1430--adlow Co., buildings........ 9,500.00
July 18, 3434-Eddins Mfg. Co., buildings.... 4,000.00
Nov. 16, 4696-Eddins Mfg. Co., buildings.... 1,250.00
Nov. 16, 4695-A. Sledd, cash advanced ...... 515.90
Nov. 16, 4177-Eddins Aifg. Co., buildings.. 1,300.00
Nov. 16, 4178-Hadlow Co., buildings....... 6,300.00
Nov. 16, 3982--HIadlow Co., dormitories.... 10,000.00
Nov. 16, 5217-Hadlow Co., buildings....... 5,727.00

Total disbursements during the year...... $38,603.70










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EDUCATIONAL FUND-AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
FUND INTEREST ACCOUNT

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
July 20, 3608-Warrant drawn favor of Agri-
cultural College Fund, Sec.
31, Chapter 5384, Acts of
1905. ................... 2,716.06

(See credit under date of July 20, 1906, to Agricultural
College Fund.)


EDUCATIONAL FUND-FLORIDA FEMALE COL-
LEGE.

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 1906 for the Florida Fe-
male-College under said Act, were as follows:

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1906.
Paid. Warr.
Jan. 3, 4188-News Pub. Co., advertising ... 7.20
Jan. 4, 4174-Hallie C. Lewis, model sch.... 75.00
Jan. 15, 284-I. B. Hilson, printing........ 34.50
Jan. 16, 275-A. A. Murphree, president... 208.33
Jan. 16, 273-S. M. Tucker, English........... 187.50
Jan. 16, 283-Jos. Edwards, hauling........ 11.75
Jan. 18, 285-Tom Folks, fireman.......... 18.00
Jan. 16, 287-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
Jan. 16, 286-Joe Ford, janitor. ........... 18.00
Jan. 17, 291-Mary W. Apthorp, librarian.. 62.50
Jan. 18, 280-F. W. Kettle, sundries........ 23.58
Jan. 18, 289-Anna E. Chaires, kindergarten. 75.00











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Paid. Warr.
Jan. 22 !90-F1ith W M, seq elocution.... 75.00
Jan. 22, 279-Cox Furn. Co., supplies...... 32.65
Jan. 23, 276-A. S. Wells, coal............. 127.35
Jan. 23, 270-Mary S. Johnston, math. & lat. 100.00
Jan. 24, 282-0. C. L. & Fuel Co., supplies. 42.35
Jan. 24, 281-W. A. Bours & Co., seed...... 7.60
Jan. 25, 278-Record Co., stationery........ 31.00
Jan. 25, 274-L. W. Buchholz, dean Normal. 200.00
Jan. 27, 288-Hallie C. Lewis, model school.. 75.00
Jan. 29, 271-Marion E. Jones, domes. sci. &
art. ............. ......... 125.00
Feb. 10, 691-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies. 77.60
Feb. 10, 690-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies. 65.00
Feb. 14, 694-J. McDougall, P. M., stamps.. 52.00
Feb. 14, 710-Tom Folks, fireman.......... 18.00
Feb. 14, 707-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
Feb. 14, 708-Joe Ford, janitor. .......... 18.00
Feb. 14, 703-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.33
Feb. 15, 704-L. W. Bucholz, dean, Normal.. 200.00
Feb. 16, 706-J. McNeill, Biol. & chemistry.. 175.00
Feb. 16, 277-Jos. Duncan, drayage ........ 7.75
Feb. 16, 692-J. G. Collins, printing........ 9.00
Feb. 16, 701-C. C. Light & F. Co., gas...... 9.45
Feb. 16, 699-Talla. Water Works Co., water. 154.95
Feb. 17, 705-S. M. Tucker, English........ 187.50
Feb. 17, 709-Mary W. Apthorp, librarian.. 62.50
Feb. 19, 693-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 6.65
Feb. 19, 700-F. W. Kettle, freight......... 1.70
Feb. 19, 679-R. B. Allen, pottery.......... 6.50
Feb. 19, 272-Mrs. B. B. Compton, Eng. &
Hist. ..................... 100.00
Feb. 22, 695-L. J. Clyatt, freight.......... 5.40
Feb. 23, 698-D. D. Cottrell, magazines..... 63.00
Feb. 23, 711-Spalding & Bro., Gym. sup-
plies ...................... 173.10
Feb. 26, 696-Bennett's Mag. Ag. books.... 12.05
Feb. 26, 702-John Wannamaker, supplies.. 4.89
Mar. 13, 1183-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies. 125.50
Mar. 13, 1184-Gilmore & Davis Co., build-
ing. ........................ 600.00
Mar. 16, 1192-J. H. Edwards, team hire..... 14.75
Mar. 16, 1204-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.33











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Paid. Warr.
Mar. 16, 1211-Tom Folks, fireman.......... 18.00
Mar. 16, 1189-A. S. Wells, coal and wood.... 165.95
Mar. 16, 1212-Joe Ford, janitor............ 18.00
Mar. 17, 1185-J. McDougall, P. M., stamps.. 16.00
Mar. 17, 1208-Inez Abernethy, art.......... 125.00
Mar. 17, 1206-Anna E. Chaires, kindergar-
ten ................... 75.00
Mar. 17, 1195-City Elec. Plant, lights, etc... 239.60
Mar. 17, 1197-B. C. Bondurant, Lat. & Gr... 175.00
Mar. 17, 1196-E. R. Smith, Math. & Phys... 150.00
Mar. 17, 1210-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
Mar. 19, 1194-Child Bros., repairs.......... 16.56
Mar. 19, 1199-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol. Sci.. 175.00
Mar. 19, 1198-L. W. Buchholz, dean, Normal 200.00
Mar. 19, 1200-S. M. Tucker, English......... 187.50
Mar. 19, 1209-Mary W. Apthorp, librarian.. 62.50
Mar. 20, 1186-F. W. Kettle, Treas., art sup-
plies. ............ ......... 54.36
Mar. 20, 1187-F. W. Kettle, Treas., sundries. 2.45
Mar. 20, 1188--F. W. Kettle, Treas., labor... 7.50
Mar. 20, 1202-Marion E. Jones, Dom. Sci... 125.00
Mar. 20, 1201-J. McNeill, Biol. & Chem..... 175.00
Mar. 21, 1190-J. D'. Cay, hauling ......... 8.04
Miar. 22, 1191-G. G. Gibbs, trees............ 15.00
Mar. 23, 1203-Mrs. B. B. Compton, Eng. &
Hist. ... ........ ........ 100.00
Mar. 26, 1213-J. C. Calhoun, Mod. Langs... 175.00
Mar. 30, 1207-Hallie C. Lewis, Mod Sch..... 75.00
Apr. 2, 1193-C. C. Light & F. Co., gas...... 11.55
Apr. 9, 1644-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies. 321.58
Apr. 13, 1624-Inez Abernethy, art.......... 125.00
Apr. 13, 1636-F. W. Kettle, sundries....... 4.15
Apr. 13, 1637-A. A. Murphree, expenses.... 16.35
Apr. 13, 1630-Tom Folks, fireman.......... 18.00
Apr. 13, 1631-Joe Ford, janitor. .......... 18.00
Apr. 13, 1625-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
Apr. 14, 1645-City Elec. Plant, lights....... 44.84
Apr. 14, 1626-Anna E. Chaires, kindergar-
ten. ...................... 75.00
Apr. 14, 1643-C. C. Light & F. Co., gas...... 13.80
Apr. 14, 1642-A. S. Wells, wood and coal... 185.20
Apr. 14, 1628--Edith W. Moses, elocution... 75.00











97


Paid. Warr.
Apr. 14, 1634-S. M. Tucker, English......... 187.50
Apr. 14, 1635-E. R. Smith, Math. & Phys. ... 150.00
Apr. 14, 1641-Cap. Pub. Co., printing...... 26.00
Apr. 16, 1638-Talla. Drug Co., mercury .... 3.00
Apr. 16, 1640-L. C. Yeager, supplies........ 149.70
Apr. 16, 1639-G. G. Gibbs, wood............ 11.00
Apr. 16, 1633-J. C. Calhoun, Mod. Langs.. 175.00
Apr. 16, 1695-Bd. Pub. Inst. Leon Co., land. 1,400.00
Apr. 16, 1629-L. W. Buchholz, dean, Normal. 200.00
Apr. 23, 1627-Hallie '1. Lewis, Mod Sch..... 75.00
May 7, 2078-Tom Folks, fireman.......... 18.00
May 7, 2079-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
May 7, 2077-Joe Ford, janitor............ 18.00
May 7, 2089-J. McNeill, Biol. & Chem .... 175.00
May 7, 2095-City Elec. Plant, lights....... 50.49
May 7, 2081-Edith W. Moses, elocution.... 75.00
May 7, 2099-Wight & Burns, seed peas..... 2.50
May 8, 2085-Inez Abernethy, art.......... 125.00
May 8, 2088-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol. Sci... 175.00
May 8, 2096-Hardee-Smith Co., supplies... 4.00
May 8, 2105-L. C. Yaeger, supplies........ 17.6.i
May 8, 2090-B. C. Bondurant, Lat. & Gr... 350.00
May 8, 2097-J. McDougall, P. M., stamps.. 16.00
May 9, 2086-E. 1. Smith, mathematics.... 150.00
May 9, 2080-Mary W. Apthorp, librarian.. 62.50
May 9, 2092-L. W. Buchholz, dean, Normal. 200.00
May 9, 2101-Talla. Water Works Co., water. 1.70.70
May 9, 2093-J. P. S. Houston, manure.... 2.00,
May 9, 2083-Anna E. Chaires, kindergar-
ten. ....................... 75.00'
May 9, 2094-G. H. Holmes, papering room.. 18.25
May 12, 2102--F. W. Kettle, sundries........ 32.85
May 12, 2087-J. C. Calhoun. Mod. Langs.... 175.00
May 12, 2104-C. C. L. & F. Co., gas and
fuel. ...................... 27.05
May 12, 2100-So. Tel. Co., rent phones..... 5.00'
May 14, 2082-Hallie C. Lewis. Mod. Sch..... 75.00
May 15, 2103-W. R. Wilson, mdse.......... 1.04
May 15, 2098-Child Bros., lumber.......... 6.03
May 28, 2091-S. M. Tucker, English........ 187.50
7-T











98


Paid. Warr.
June 1, 1205-Mary S. Johnston, Lat. &
Math. ..................... 100.00
June 1, 1632-Mary S. Johnston, Lat. &
Math. ..................... 100.00
June 2, 2534-Joe Ford, janitor............. 18.00
June 2, 2535-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
June 4, 2533-Tom Folks, fireman.......... 18.00
June 5, 2518-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.33
June 5, 2521-J. C. Calhoun, Mod. Langs.... 175.00
June 5, 2525-B. '. Bondurant, Lat. & Gr.. 175.00
June 5, 2540-F. W. Kettle, sundries....... 5.80
June 6, 2530-Anna E. Chaires kindergar-
ten. ...................... 75.00
June 6, 2537-City Elec. Plant; lights ....... 48.10
June 6, 2522-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol.
Sci. ...................... 175.00
June 6, 2538-L. C. Yaeger, hardware...... 13.75
June 7, 2536-C. C. Light & F. Co., gas.... 8.25
June 8, 2531-Hallie C. Lewis, Mod. Sch.... 75.00
June 8, 2528-Bertha M. Foster, music..... 100.00
June 8, 2517-Turner Music Co., piano.... 300.00
June 9, 2542-Drew Co., rubber stamps.... 1.75
June 11, 2523-E. R. Smith, Math. & Phys..'. 150.00
June 11, 2541-Geo. F. Wharton, books...... 17.10
June 11, 2519-L. W. Buchholz, dean, Normal. 200.00
June 11, 2524-J. McNeill, Biol. & Chem..... 175.00
June 12, 2539-Phillips & Simpson, repairs... 7.25
June 19, 2520-S. M. Tucker, English. ...... 187.50
June 25, 2532-Edith W. Moses, elocution.... 75.00
'July 11, 3396--Gilmore& Davis Co., supplies. 44.76
July 12, 3418-Leon Hotel, board.......... 8.75
July 12, 3419-C. C. Stables, teams......... 33.25
July 12, 3411-J, McDougall, P. M., stamps.. 127.00
July 13, 3401-Miles Malory, gardener...... 20.00
July 13, 3412-F. W. Kettle, sundries........ 57.42
July 13, 3399-F. W. Kettle, secretary...... 125.00
July 13, 3398-A. A: Murphree, president.... 208.33
July 13, 3414-D. R. Cox, rent chairs........ 8.00
July 13, 3402-Joe Ford, janitor............ 18.00
July 13, 3403-Tom Folks, laborer........... 18.00
July 14, 3413-C. C. Pharinacy, paper....... 2.00
July 16, 2526-Marion E. Jones, Domes. Sci.. 125.00











99


Paid. Warr.
July 16, 3397-L. C. Yaeger, supplies........ 53.33
July 16, 3408-Tel. Co., phone rent.......... 8.15
July 16, 3421-C. C. Light & F. Co., lights... 10.05
July 16, 3415-Levy Bros., ribbon........... 1.1100
July 17, 3404-T. B. Byrd, brooms.......... L.20
July 17, 3417-Cable Co., tuning piano...... 3.00
July 18, 3406-Record Co., printing......... 330.80
July 18, 3409-J.. A. Turner, Jr., expenses.... 25.00
July 20, 3420-W. R. Wilson, supplies. .... 5.84
July 20, 3422-City Elec. Plant, lights...... 27.67
July 93, 3416-W. H. Vigus, diplomas...... 3.15
July 23, 3410-Maverick & Wissinger, di-
plomas. .................... 79.50
July 23, 3407-J. H. Edwards, hauling...... 8.75
Aug. 6, 2084-Bessie B. Compton, Eng. &
Hist. ............ ... ....... 100.00
Aug. 6, 2527-Bessie B. Compton, Eng. & His 100.00
Aug. 15, 3905-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.37
Aug. 15, 3908-J. McDougall, P. M., stamps.. 36.00
Aug. 16, 3900-Tom Folks, labor............ 18.00
Aug. 16, 3902-Miles Malory, gardener ...... 20.00
Aug. 16, 3901-Joe Ford, janitor........... 18.00
Aug. 16, 3904-F. W. Kettle, secretary....... 125.00
Aug. 17, 3400-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. 25.00
Aug. 17, 3906-Phillips & Simpson, supplies.. 16.70
Aug. 21, 3907-Talla. Water Works Co., water 195.74
Aug. 21, 3903-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. 25.00
Sep. 11, 4196-Miles Mallory, gardener...... 20.00
Sep. 11, 4197-Tom Folks,' gardener.......... 14.75
Sep. 12, 4194-F. W. Kettle, secretary....... 125.00
Sep.' 12, 4193-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.33
Sep. 12, 4198-Joe Ford, janitor............ 18.00
Sep. 15, 4195-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. 25.00
Oct. 3, 4471-J. McDougall, P. M., stamps. 16.02
Oct. 5, 4510-Joe Ford, janitor. ........... 20.00
Oct. 6, 4509-Phonhet Wilkinson, gardener. 13.80
Oct. 6, 4518-J. G. Collins, printing........ 57.45
Oct. 6, 4507-F. W. Kettle, secretary....... 125.00
Oct. 6, 4506-A. A. Murphree, president.... 208.33
Oct. 6, 4515-City Elec. Plant, lights...... 13.81
Oct. 8, 4521-Cap. Pub. Co., printing...... 4.00
Oct. 8, 4516-W. A. Bo!rvs & Co.. rve seed... 4.00











100


Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.


Paid. V
Oct. 8,


8,
11,
11,
13,
13,
13,
18,
19,
9,

9,
9,
9,
9,
9,
9,

9,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
12,
12,
12,
12,
12,
12,
12,
12,
12,
12,
13,
13,
13,


iarr.
2529-Mary S. Johnston, Lat. &
Math ....................
4519-Tel. Co., phone rent..........
4520-Fla. Times-Union, advertising.
4514-Record Co., printing. ........
4512-H. M. McCormack gardener...
4513-F. W. Kettle, repairs ........
4517-F. W. Kettle, express.........
4508-Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron.
4511-Miles Malory, gardener.......
5018-Josephine Barclay, Domes.
Sci. ....................
5024-F. W. Kettle, secretary .......
5033-A. A. Murphree, president...
5117-J. McDougall, P. M., postage..
5021-Inez Abernethy, art..........
5101-H. M. McCormack, janitor....
5034-Prophet Worthington, garden-
er .......................
5035-Joe Ford, janitor. :.........
5017-Edith W. Moses, elocution....
5022-Bertha M. Foster, music......
5027-E. R. Smith, Math. & Phys....
5030-B. C. Bondurant, Lat. & Gr...
5032-L. W. Buchholz, education....
5038-Mary W. Apthorp, librarian..
5116-Talla. Water Works Co., water.
5110-Gilmore & Davis Co., supplies.
5083-Cap. Pub. Co., printing.......
5120-Cox Furn. Co., supplies......
5019-Rowena Longmire, English..
5119-City Elec. Plant, lights......
5104-Talla. Drug Co., supplies....
5108-L. C. Yaeger, supplies ........
5100-A. S. Wells, coal. ..........
5028-A. Williams, Hist. & Pol. Sci..
5031-S. M. Tucker, English........
5026-Madeleine Keipp, music.......
5029-J. C. Calhoun, Mod. Langs.....
5109-Child Bros., plastering.......
5025-J. McNeill, Science. ........
5106-C. A. Shoemaker, team hire..


100.00
7.50
19.20
24.00
18.00
10.60
1.15
25.00
4.69

100.00
125.00
208.33
26.90
125.00
16.00

18.00
20.00
87.50
125.00
175.00
175.00
200.00
62.50
145.28
25.00
8.00
6.35
100.00
16.60
5.75
95.67
677.95
175.00
187.50
175.00
175.00
14.80
175.00
6.25