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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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Annual report of the state treasurer
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    Errata
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    Treasurers of the state of Florida
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REPORT

OF THE


State Treasurer

OF THE


State of Florida

FOR THE PERIOD

Beginning January 1st, 1920, and Ending
December 31st, 1920


J. C. LUNING, Treasurer


TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
T. J. APPLEYARD, PRINTER
1921
OMr















ERRATA.

Page 30-Disbursements in 1920 .-;.IIIli.iii Jasper, Fla.,
Refunding 6% Bonds should be $7,000.00.
Page ::II--'2lIInIIII Jackson County School District
5% Bonds should be 51/2%.
Summary of Bonds Purchased During Year:
Five Per Cent. Bonds............ .s l iillil,.,iI $ 7,300.00
Five and One-Half Per Cent.
Bonds ..................... 20,000.00 1,100.00
Six Per Cent. Bonds ............. !)1,000.00 5,460.00
Seven Per Cent. Bonds.......... 10,000.00 700.00

.2 Pi ;7.1,pi,.l $14,560.00
Pages 156 and 157-The total on Page 156 is in error-
Month of December should follow November without repe-
tition of heading, and total on Page 157 of $718,1;21.il
should be $29,944.01.
Pa-ge 217-Bonds purchased during 1920, Hamilton
County, Fla., 6% Bonds e:!!I.ii.,III., should be 5%.























STATE TREASURERS

BENJAMIN BYRD,
Wtm. It. HAYWARD,
CHIAS. H. AUSTIN,

SIMON B. CONOVER,
CIHAS. H. FOSTER,
WALTER GWYNN,
H. A. L'ENGLE,
E. S. CRILL,
F. J. PoNs,
E. J. TRIAY,
C. B.'COLLINS,
J. B. WIIITFIELD,
W. V. KNOTT,
J. C. LUNING.













STATE TREASURER'S REPORT



TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA.
TREASURER'S OFFICE.
Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 1, 1921.
To His E ,.hl7 i r-i,.
.'i'i, l J. Catts,
Governor of Florida.
Sir:
In compliance with law, I have the honor to submit
this, my official report of the transactions of this office
for the period beginning January 1, 1920, and ending
December 31, 1920, both dates inclusive.
Included in this report will be found all statements re-
quired by law, with additional information that I hope
will be of interest to your Excellency, to the members
of the Legislature, and to the general public.
A statement showing the condition of each fund at the
beginning and at the end of the year, with the receipts
and disbursements during the year, and an abstract of the
receipts and disbursements of the General Revenue Fund,
immediately follow the text of this report, and may be
summarized, briefly as follows:
General Total .of
Revenue Fund. All Funds.
Balance on hand Jan. 1 1920........$ 349,924.41 $ 1,825,899.96
Receipts during 1920 .............. 2,865,396.70 8,835,345.97
$3,215,321.17 $10,661,245.93
Disbursements during 1920........... 2,500,061.87 8,390,294.95
Balance on hand December 31, 1920..$ 715,259.30 $ 2,270,950.98

MONTHLY STATEMENTS TO GOVERNOR.

In compliance with Chapter 4598, Acts of 1897 (Section
128, General Statutes of 1006), statements are made
monthly to the Governor by the Treasurer, showing the
balance in each of the funds for which he is the cus-
todian; also; showing the character of funds or credits,
and where the money belonging to each fund is placed.











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RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

All payments made into the State Treasury are entered
upon the Treasurer's books, and the original receipts
handed to the Comptroller for his records. Disburse-
ments from all funds are made strictly in compliance
with law.

INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT.

The following amounts were paid for interest on this
public debt during the year:
Interest of State School Fund ......$11,045.00
Interest to Agricultural College (Uni-
versity) of Florida............... ... 4,074.00
Interest to Seminary Fund ........ 2,928.00
Total interest on public debt of State.$18,047.00
This interest is paid semi-annually, on the first day of
January and July, by warrants of the Comptroller drawn
against the General Revenue Fund under Chapter 5477,
Acts of 1905.
DEPOSITS IN BANKS.

All funds not actually needed for the daily cash trans-
actions of the Department are deposited in banks under
the provisions of Sections 132 and 133 of the General
Statutes of 1906. Security for said deposits is required,
bonds in excess of the value of the deposits being exacted
of each bank, thus allowing a margin for the possible
fluctuation in value' of bonds thereby making these de-
posits in the various banks of the State absolutely safe.
The rate of interest is three per cent. on daily balances.
During the early part of 1920, the provisions of Chap-
ter 7929, Acts of 1919, were put into effect by the Gov-
ernor, Comptroller and Treasurer. Every bank in the
State which has made application and furnished security
required by the statute (which is limited to bonds of
the United States, of any State, or of counties and mu-
nicipalities in Florida) is allowed an equal share in the
State tax moneys derived from taxation in the county in
which such bank is situated, at the uniform rate of three
per cent. per annum interest on daily balances.











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A few special accounts are carried at four per cent.
per annum on daily balances, these being uninvested
moneys of the Educational Funds, Everglades Drainage
Bonds Sinking Fund, etc.
The following table shows the interest collected each
year on State deposits since the statute governing same
was first enacted in 1897:
Year Ending December 31st, 1897...... ...........$ 2,723.92
.. 1898.................. 3,772.13
S 1899.................. 3,522.65
1900.................. 3,364.65
1901................. 5,407.59
1902.................. 13,429.11
S 1903.................. 14,882.61
1904....... .......... 9,666.65
S 1905........ .......... 9,489.29
1906................ 10,594.54
S 1907.................. 12,578.66
1908.................. 11,901.58
S 1909................... 13,157.68
1910.................. 14,436.76
S 1911.................. 16,643.33
1912....... .......... 20,016.73
S 1913.................. 23,005.84
1914.................. 25,824.58
S 1915.................. 29,337.04
1916.................. 17,737.30
S 1917.................. 17,284.24
.. 1918.................. 25,322.47
S 1919.................. 32,689.41
1920................ 52,568.21

TOTAL ..................................... .$389,357.07

These figures do not include amounts credited to funds
other than General Revenue.

PROPOSED RETIREMENT OF THE BONDED DEBT.

On pages 6 and 7 of my Annual Report for 1919 I dis-
cussed at length a suggestion for the retirement of the
State debt through using these interest payments as a
Sinking Fund. As the 1919 Report will be submitted to
the Legislature along with this Report, I will not repeat
the recommendation verbatim, but respectfully refer to
the previous Report for the details of same. I will say,
however, that my previous estimate of $40,00.00 a year
from this source was $12,000.00 short of the actual re-
ceipts in 1920, and I would feel safe now in estimating











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an average income from interest on Statedeposits of at
least $50,000.00 a year. My first estimate contemplated
the retirement of the State's bonded indebtedness in the
course of eleven years, while the increase in the interest
income indicates that this period may be substantially
reduced.
As a matter of economy, I am satisfied that it would
be far better to apply this revenue for a few years to the
extinguishment of the public debt of the State than to
continue merely crediting it to General Revenue, with-
out any specific purpose, especially as it is, not sufficient
to justify any reduction in the State millage, tli"ughi
in itself by no means an inconsiderable amount annually.

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
ADMISSIONS AND WITHDRAWALS.
The following insurance companies were admitted to the
State ofFlorida during the year 1920:
FIRE.
Abeille Fire Insurance Company (Paris),' Providence, R. I.
California Insurance Company, San Francisco, Cal.
Dixie Fire Insurance Company, Greensboro, N. C.
Federal Insurance Company, Jersey City, N. J.
Globe & Rutgers Fire Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Importers & Exporters Insurance Co., New York, N. Y.
Jefferson Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Liberty Marine Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
London & Scottish Assurance Company, Ltd. (Eng.),
New .York, N. Y.
Marine & Motor Insurance Company of America,
Galveston, Tex.
Mercantile Insurance Company of America, New
York, N. Y.
North Atlantic Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Old Colony Insurance Company, Boston, Mass.
Peninsular Fire Insurance Company of America,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
World Auxilliary Insurance Company, Ltd. (Eng.),
Chicago, Ill.
LIFE.
American Bankers Insurance Company, Chicago, Ill.
Cloverleaf Life & Casualty Company, Jacksonville,
Ill.
Commonwealth Life Insurance Company, Louisville,
Ky.
Lincoln Reserve .Life Insurance Company, Birm-
ingham, Ala.
Manhattan Life Insurance. Company, New York,
N. Y.













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MISCELLANEOUS.

American Indemnity Company, Galveston, Tex.
Columbia Casualty Company, New York, N. Y.
Globe Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company, New York,
N. Y.
Union Indemnity Company, New Orleans, La.

SICK & FUNERAL BENEFIT.

British American Sick and Accident Insurance Com-
pany, Miami, Fla.
Independent Life and Accident Insurance Company,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Peoples Industrial Insurance Company, Jack-
sonville, Fla.

RECIPROCALS.

Associated Employers Reciprocal, Chicago, Ill.
Continental Auto Insurance Association, Springfield,
Ill.
SCrescent Auto Protective Association, Mattoon, Ill.
Illinois Automobile Insurance Exchange, Blooming-
ton, Ill.
Merchants Reciprocal Underwriters, Dallas, Tex.
National Lumber Manufacturer's Inter-Insurance
Exchange, Chicago, Ill.
Southeastern Hardware Fire Insurance Exchange,
Montgomery, Ala.

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.

Ladies of the Maccabees, Port Huron, Mich.
National Benevolent Society, Kansas City, Mo.

The following insurance companies withdrew during 1920:
Fire Reassurance Co. (Paris), Hartford, Conn.
Jefferson Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Liberty Marine Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Middlesex Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Con-
cord, Mass.
North Atlantic Insurance Company, New York, N.'Y.
Northwestern Naticnrl Insurance Company, Mil-
waukee, Wis.
United British Insurance Company (Eng.), New-
ark, N. J.












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SUMMARY.

Fire companies admitted........15 Withdrawn 7
Life companies admitted.......... 5 Withdrawn 0
Miscellaneous admitted ......... 5 Withdrawn 0
Reciprocals admitted ............ 7 Withdrawn 0
Sick benefit admitted ........... 3 Withdrawn 0
Fraternal societies admitted ...... 2 Withdrawn 0
Total companies admitted ...... 37 Withdrawn 7

INSURANCE TAXES.

The following amounts of insurance taxes were col-
lected through this Department for the State during the
year 1920:
Insurance Company License Taxes .......... $41,750.00
Insurance Agents License Taxes ............ 52,822.50
Insurance Companies Premium-2 per cent. of
the Gross Premiums collected from Policy-
holders in the State of Florida during the
year (1919) ............................ 279,672.63

Total Taxes received during year...'.. $374,245.13
Fees for Filing Annual Statements of Insur-
ance Companies, paid to State Treasurer
and turned into General Revenue Fund.... 2,605.00

Total Receipts from Insurance Com-
panies, all sources ................. .$376,850.13

LIST OF ALL SECURITIES DEPOSITED WITH THE STATE
TREASURER BY INSURANCE COMPANIES
DECEMBER 31st, 1920.

Under Section 2792, General Statutes 1906, as Amended
by Chapter 7867, Acts of 1919.

By-
Aetna Casualty & Surety Company, Hartford, Conn.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, Registered, par
value .................................. $ 60,000.00
American Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
N. Y. State, Registered Bond, par value.... 50,000.00
Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland, Balti-
more, Md.
State of Tennessee, Registered Bonds, par
value ................................. 50,000.00
Maryland Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...... ........ ............ ... 50,000.00













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National Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
State of Tennessee Coupon Bonds, par value. 50,000.00
U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Company, Baltimore, Md.
State of Maryland Coupon Bonds, par value. 50,000.00
Union Indemnity Company, New Orleans, La.
U. S. Victory Loan Registered Bonds, par
value .................................. 50,000.00

Total ..................................... $360,000.00

Under Chapter 5889, as Amended by Chapter 6853,
Acts of 1915.
By-
First National Fire Ins. Co. of U. S., Washington, D. C.
(Re-insured in 1915).
Municipal Bonds issued in the State of
Florida, par value of......... .$10,000.00
State of New York Bonds..... 10,000.00 $20,000.00
Home Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
District of Columbia Registered Bonds,
par value of................ $10,000.00
U. S. Government Registered Bonds, par
value of..................... $10,000.00 20,000.00
In addition to the above collateral bonds there
is deposited with the State Treasurer, under
the provision of this Chapter, Surety Bonds
in approved Surety Companies in the amount
of $20,000.00 each-by 122 Fire Insurance
Companies, aggregating .................. .$2,440,700.00

Total ............................... $2,480,000.00

Under Chapter 5459, Amended by Chapter 7299, Acts of 1919,
Laws of Florida.
By-
Carolina Life Insurance Co., Columbia, S. C.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, par value of ........$ 5,000.00
Industrial Life & Health Ins. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Municipal-Bonds, coupon, par value of ........ 5,000.00
Southern Life & Health Ins. Co., Birmingham, Ala.'
Municipal Bonds, coupon, par value of........ 5,000.00

Total .................................. $15,000.00

SUMMARY.

Collateral Bonds ................................ $ 415,000.00
Surety Bonds ..................................... $2,440,000.00

Aggregate face value of all securities deposited by
Insurance and Surety Companies, as described
above .........................................$2,855,000.00










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STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND.

The Legislature of 1917 created the State Fire In-
surance Fund, by the enactment of Chapter 7294, Laws
of Florida, approved May 22, 1917. This Act was amended
by Chapter 7902, approved June 9, 1919.
The last insurance in private companies expired in
1920, and all insurance on State buildings and equip-
ment is now carried in the State Fire Insurance Fund.
Under the Act of 1917 the various State institutions
'were charged with premiums aggregating $70,534.79.
This law did not contemplate the actual payment of these
premiums, in cash, therefore they were carried as book-
keeping entries, and it was provided that losses should
be paid from the General Revenue Fund; Under this
Act, losses amounting to .;'14 1.00 were paid out of General
Revenue. The expenses of administering the Fund were
paid from the appropriation for Incidental Expenses of
Insurance Commissioner.
The Act of 1919, however, contemplates the actual pay-
ment of premiums until the Fund shows a cash balance
of One hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,000.00).
Premiums charged against State institutions under this
Act aggregate $40,901.21, to which should be added the
premiums charged under the Act of 1917 ($70,534.70),
making a total of $111,435.91 insurance premiums saved
by the State under these two Acts, as against losses ag-
gregating $28,281.71, and all other expenses aggregating
:..sL.rMe. a total of $31,363.29; a net saving of $41,653.67,
after deducting unearned premium reserve of $38,418.95.
To this saving may be added $5,870.47 accrued interest on
daily balances credited to the Fund since its creation,
(computed at the same rates paid by banks on State
deposits) making total net savings and earnings of
$47,524.14.
The total amount paid out by the State for fire insur-
ance premiums from January 1, 1907, to December 31,
1918, inclusive, was $180,371.50. Of this amount
$130,059.60 was for insurance expiring during that period.
The total losses by fire upon State property during the
same period was .::i.:1 76; the State paying out in
premiums $95,905.84 more than it received in fire losses,
making the average net cost of insurance annually
$7,992.15 for this period.










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The average annual premium upon property of the
State at present is approximately $30,000.00, and as the
insurable property of the State is increasing each year,
the premium income will correspondingly increase.
While the Act of 1919 contemplates the actual pay-
ment of premiums to the State Fire Insurance Fund,
unfortunately specific appropriations were not made for
the payment of such premiums, and some of the State
Boards have held that in the absence of such specific
authority, they could not pay the premiums charged
against them.
For this reason, none of the institutions of higher
learning, under the jurisdiction of the Board of Control,
have made any payments of premiums whatever, though
this Board had a loss which the State Fire Insurance
Fund had to pay of $20,750.00 for the destruction by fire
of East Hall and contents at the Florida State College
for Women. In order to enable the Board of Control to
replace this building as early as practicable, the Board
of Commissioners of State Institutions waived the pay-
ment of premiums by the Board of Control as a condition
precedent to the payment of this claim, and ordered that
the loss be paid.
Though as shown in a preceding paragraph the State
has saved a large sum during the last four years through
the enactment of this law, the present situation cannot be
permitted to exist perpetually, being unjust both to the
State Fire Insurance Fund and to those institutions
which have paid the premiums assessed against them. It
is quite immaterial, from the standpoint of the State
Fire Insurance Fund, or the General Revenue Fund of
the State, in my opinion, whether these premiums be paid
by the institutions against which they are assessed, or
by special appropriation from the General Revenue Fund,
as was the case when the State's insurance was carried
in private companies, but it is imperative that provision
be made for their payment from some definite, specific
source, if the Fund is to be put upon a business-like basis,
and enabled to take care of future possible losses without
recourse upon the General Revenue Fund. It would be an
act of simple justice to the State Fire Insurance Fund,
and to the institutions which have paid their premiums,
if appropriations were made to pay all delinquent prem-
iums, and the State Fire Insurance Fund put upon an











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adequate cash basis. Otherwise a heavy loss at any in-
stitution which has met its premiums promptly might
find it dependent upon the then condition of the General
Revenue Fund for reimbursement for the loss, after the
premiums such institution had paid into the Fund had
been disbursed in caring for other losses.
A detailed statement of the receipts and disbursements
of this Fund during 1920 will be found in its proper
place in this Report.
The following tables show the financial transactions,
the earnings and losses, of the State Fire Insurance Fund
from its creation in 1917 to date, also the amount of in-
surance carried by the Fund on each institution December
31, 1920, aggregating $2,433,121.00. The balances due by
each institution to the Fund on that date, aggregate
t'21.1::1.G6, on account of premiums charged under the
Act of 1919, and disregarding the total of $70,534.70
charged against them under the Act of 1917, under which
no payments whatever have been made. Additional insur
ance recently applied for for various institutions will
bring the total insurance in force to approximately
$3,000,000.00.
UNDERWRITING EXHIBIT.

Premiums written prior to 1920, previously
reported ........ ................ .. $78,871.53
Premiums written during 1920 ............ 32,564.38
Total premiums written since May 22, 1917.... $111,435.91
Unearned Premiums (Reserve).
One-half of premiums written in 1920 expir-
ing in 1921 ..........................$ 649.64
One-sixth of premiums written in 1918 ex-
piring in 1921 ........................ 6,252.91
One-half of premiums written in 1919 expir-
ing in 1922 .......................... 5,462.15
Five-sixths of premiums written in 1920 ex- .
piring in 1923 ........................ 26,054.25
Deduct total unearned premiums
(Reserve) ........................... 38,418.95
Total premiums earned since creation of the Fund.$ 73,016.96
STATEMENT OF FIRE LOSSES.
Losses under Act of 1917................$ 444.00
Losses under Act of 1919, to date.......... 27,837.71
Total losses by fire since creation of Fund........$ 28,281.71
Gross profit on premiums earned to date..........$ 44,735.25











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EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION.

Previously During
Reported. 1920.
Inspection of Properties........$ 177.68 $ 0
Salaries of employes .......... 752.65 1,999.93
Office equipment and supplies... 67.12 84.20

Total ................... $ 997.45 $2,084.13 $ 3,081.5.8

Net premium earnings since creation of Fund.... $ 41,653.67
Accrued interest on daily balances ................... 5,870.47

Total earnings on premiums and interest......... $47,524.14

INSURANCE IN FORCE DECEMBER 31, 1920, ON BUILDINGS
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF VARIOUS STATE
INSTITUTIONS, CARRIED BY STATE FIRE
INSURANCE FUND.
Amount.
Armory for State Troops, Apalachicola ............ $ 6,000.00
Armory for State Troops, Key West ................. 13,000.00
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical College,
Tallahassee .................................. 122,899.00
Florida Industrial School for Boys, Marianna ....... 116,288.00
Florida Industrial School for Girls, Ocala .......... 21,000.00
Florida School for Deaf and Blind, St. Augustine .... 226,650.00
Florida State College for Women, Tallahassee .... 469,485.00
Florida State Hospital for Insane, Chattahoochee .... 428,286.00
Governor's Mansion, Tallahassee .................. 25,200.00
State Arsenal, St. Augustine ...................... 33,900.00
State Board of Health, (Headquarters, Jacksonville). 85,270.00
State Camp Grounds, Black Point .................. 6,563.00
State Capitol, Tallahassee ........................ 125,400.00
State Prison Farm, Raiford ....................... 121,259.00
State Road Department (Headquarters, Tallahassee) 7,296.00
Supreme Court Building and contents, Tallahassee.. 93,750.00
U. S. Ordnance at University of Florida, Gainesville.. 5,500.00
University of Florida, Gainesville .................. 500,375.00
Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Dis-
trict (Headquarters, Tallahassee) ............ *25,000.00

Total..................................... $2,433,121.00
*Insurance on Dredge "Culebra."
I,


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1I)


STATEMENT OF DETAILED DISBURSEMENTS.

Under the provisions of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida.
commonly known as the "Buckman Act," the State Treas-
urer is one of several officers required to publish, in de-
tail, all warrants paid by him which were issued upon
vouchers aprpoved by the Board of Control. Such puo-
lication has always been made in the Treasurer's re-
port, and will be found in this Report.
Owing to the extremely high cost of printing, how-
ever, I have omitted this year the detailed statements
of some of the other Funds which it has been customary
for some years past to publish, believing that the benefits
accruing from such publication would not be commen-
surate with the labor involved in compiling the neces-
sary data and the cost of publication. There seems to
be little need for publishing the details of any of these
funds, unless all are published, the labor and cost of
which would be out of all reason, and I would accordingly
recommend that the provision of law requiring detailed
publication of warrants issued upon order of the Board
of Control be repealed. In no report of the Treasurer
of any other State received by me, are detailed, itemized
statements of each item of expenditure given.
For the information of the Governor and the Legis-
lature, however, I am including a detailed statement of
all warrants paid from the One Mill School Tax Fund
and the Interest of State School Fund, both of which
are pro rated amongst the several counties; also a state-
ment of all vouchers approved by the Treasurer for pay-
ment out of the contingent finds allowed this office,
and the State Fire Insurance Fund, for the administra-
tion of which the Treasurer is responsible.
Respectfully submitted,


State Treasurer.










17

BONDED DEBT OF THE STATE

THREE PER CENT. REFUNDING BONDS OF 1901.

Amount 8% bonds issued in 1901, ex-
change for 7% bonds of 1871, under
Chapter 4947 ........................ $267,700.00
One to Agricultural Fund for ...........$ 3,900.00
One to the East and West Florida Sem-
inary Fund ........................... 21,000.00
One to the State School Fund .......... 242,800.00

$267,700.00

THREE PER CENT. REFUNDING BONDS OF 1903.

Amount 3% bonds issued in 1903, ex-
change for 6% bonds of 1873, under
Chapter 4947 ......................... $333,867.00
One to Agricultural College Fund for ....$131,900.00
One to the East and West Florida Sem-
inary Fund .......................... 76,600.00
One to the State School Fund ........ 125,367.00

$333,867.00

Total bonded debt of the State,
Dec. 31, 1920 ..................... $601,567.00

INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT PAID IN 1920.

Paid Interest to State School Fund ................$ 11,045.00
Paid Interest to Agricultural College (University of
Florida) Fund ............................... 4,074.00
Paid Interest to Seminary Fund .................. 2,928.00

Total .........................................$ 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.


2-Treas.










RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES


NAME OF FUND.

General Revenue Fund .................................. $
One Mill School Tax Fund ...............................
Pension Tax Fund ......................................
State Board of Health Tax Fund ..................... ...
State Road Tax Fund ...................................
State Prison Fund .................................... ..
State Prison (Tax) Fund .............................. .
Drainage Tax Fund .....................................
Drainage Bond Fund ....................................
Principal of School Fund ................................
Interest of School Fund ................................
Principal of Seminary Fund .... .........................
Shell Fish Fund .......................................
Teachers Examination Fund ...........................
Railroad Commission Fines Fund ........................
Motor Vehicle License County Road Fund .................
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance Fund ................
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund ....................
Federal Aid Road Fund ..................................
Florida National Forest Fund ............................
Asylum Patients Trust Fund ..............................
Everglades Drainage Sinking Fund ........................
Chamberlain-Kahn Health Fund ........................
Girls Industrial School Fund .......................
Boys Industrial School Fund ............... ...........
State Hospital Incidental Fund ..........................
State Fire Insurance Fund .............................


Balance in I Receipts Disbur'ments Balance in
Fund Jan. 1 During During Fund Dec. 31
1920 1920 1920 I 1920


$


349,924.41 $2,865,396.76 $' 2,500,061.87 $
79,573.64 349,638.62 345,757.15
356,470.66 1,092,259.73 1,042,991.37
80,356.92 181,086.79 156,187.80
131,679.58 934,135.26 1,000,321.25
13,065.03 4,525.45 17,590.48..
26,752.75 178,679.37 181,648.94
17,757.72 573,707.96 502,317.52
146,640.49 1,094,633.33 1,169,460.56
43,238.82 279,260.39 254,286.27
48,755.67 75,052.921 68,338.20
90.53 ........ .......
10,806.42 36,584.14 37,988.20
1,023.92 5,834.00 5,946.00
13.11 350.00 ..
191,833.94 425,775.00 226,173.92
370.46 73,725.001 66,114.89
9,351.59 46,259.44 45,376.83
628.89 209,060.84 203,588.16
4,075.77 6,112.08 10,187.85 ..
2,453.21 ............ .. .... .
216,061.49 7,428.68 223,000.001
9,178.67 9,065.10 17,884.82
2,252.46 1,512.32 ...........
1,090.83 384.60 ............
4,000.00 ......... ... ...........
1,266.551 15,403.03 12,971.841


715,259.30
83,455.11
405,739.02
105,255.91
65,493.59

23,783.18
89,148.16
71,813.26
68,212.94
55,470.39
90.53
9,402.36
911.92
363.11
391,435.02
7,980.57
10,234.20
6,101.57

2,453.21
490.17
358.95
3,764.78
1,475.43
4,000.00
3,697.74










Automobile Refund Fund ....................... ...... 4,954.391 3,359.611 8,062.00 252.00
Gasoline Inspection Fund ...... ............ ... ...... 2,302.90 89,010.82 34,405.25 56,908.47
*State Board of Nurses Fund ............................. 362.75 2,922.65 3,011.93 273.47
SState Highway Fund ........................... ......... ........... 17,850.32 17,839.61 10.71
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund ........ ................ 234.11 ............ 234.11
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ................... 14,330.45 14,329.97 48
Agricultural College Fund ............... ................ 543.76 10,381.00 9,545.69 1,379.07
Interest of Seminary Fund ..,........................... 900.07 4,303.00 919.16 4,283.91
Hatch Experiment Station Fund .......................... 1,221.63 15,000.00 15,068.53 1,153.10
Adams Experiment Station Fund ........................... 1,280.60 15,000.00 .13,450.95 2,829.65
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund .............. ...... 1,125.08 48,921.68 46,946.46 3,100.30
Lever Supplementary Extension Fund .................... 6,434.38 16,217.37 20,511.14 2,140.61
White College Morrill Fund .......... ..... ........... 13,842.84 25,000.00 23,950.69 14,892,15
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ........................ 17,450.28 25,000.00 26,904.31 15,545.97
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ....................... 459.86 3,696.27 4,139.08 17.05
A. & M. College Slater Fund ........................... 55.30 550.00 470.00 135.30
University of Florida Incidental Fund ... .................... ... 7,003.23 12,981.591 15,103.51 4,881.31
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ..................... .48.95 6,095.47 6,129,84 14.58
Florida State College Incidental Fund .................... 7,580.54 22,855.79 11,472.21 18,964.12
Deaf & Blind School Incidental Fund .................. 637.54 236.00 .......... 873.54
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ..................... ... 2,117.11 11,124.13 9,950.13 3,291.11
Smith-Hughes Trade and Industries Fund ............... 2,925.37 3,015.94| 4,322.521 1,618479
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ........... ....... 1,967.35 10,253.701 10,478.401 1,742.65
Winter Haven Sub Experiment Station Fund ........ ..... 3,972.50 ......... ... 2,269.32
University of Florida Hygiene Fund ............................. 10,000. 7,30624
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ,....... .... ......... 1,135.261 692.711 442.55
Totals ............................................. 1$1,825,899.961$8,835,345.971$ 8.390,294.95|$2,270,950.98












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GENERAL REVENUE FUND

Abstract of Receipts During the Year 1920.

Taxes 1920 ... .A .......................... ...$ 296,435.48
Taxes 1919 ... J....................... .......... 1,294,866.36
Taxes 1918 ............ ............................ 8,234.58
License Tax, General .................. ........... 311,325.96
License Hotels and Restaurants ................... 21,812.00
License American Railway Express Company ...... 13,986.25
License Gulf Refining Company ... ................ 500.00
License Union Tank Car Company ................ 500.00
License Fruit Growers Express .................... 500.00
License Pullman Car Company .................... 5,500.00
License Insurance Companies ..................... 41,750.00
License Insurance Agents ........................ 52,822.50
Insurance Companies Premium Tax, 2% on Gross Re-
ceipts During 1920 ............................ 279,672.63
Pullman Car Company Percentage on Gross Receipts 6,790.79
Tax on Commissions ............................. 2,882.00
Charter Tax Corporations ....................... 121,759.00
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps ........................ 68,079.02
Sale of Feed Stamps ............................. 40,130.56
Sale of Acts:of Legislature ............... ......... 628:00
Sale of Bound General Statutes .................... 15.00
Sale of Unbound General Statutes ................ 17.50
Sale of Justice of Peace Manuals ................ 4.00
Sale of Perfumery Certificates .................... 20.00
Sale of State Flags ............................... 73,25
Sale of Old Desk ................................ 5.00
Sale of Laws Governing County Commissioners .... 1.00
Sale of Pages in Campaign Book under Chapter 6469 2,670.00
Fees from Candidates under Chapter 6469.......... 6,766.20
Fees from State Treasurer ....................... 2,605.00
Fees from Secretary of State ...................... 4,492.80
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ............ 770.30
Fees from Shell Fish Fund ...... ................ 230.10
Receipts from Comptroller ubder Chapter 6422 .... 1,060.15
Interest on Deposits .............................. 52,568.21.
Bank Examination Taxes ........................ 7,255.00
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock, Jacksonville Main
Street Railway .............................. 30.00
Tax Certificates, Proceeds from Comptroller ...... 70,200.65
Tax Certificates, Expense of Sale ................. 29,695.24











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Tax Certificates, Interest .... ....................... 105,316.92
Interest on Deposits from Comptroller. ....;...... : 3,260.70
Binding Journals ........ ..... ............ ... 3.00
Refund State Attorney's Commissions in re Ex-Tax
Collector, Duval County ...................... 7,281.92
Refund on Typewriter .......................... .. 87.64
Refund by Dade County Warrant to Smith-Hughes
Agricultural Appropriation .....:............. 41.66
Refund on Railroad Ticket to Smith-Hughes Teach-
ers Training Appropriation .............. ..... 67
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant from Smith-Hughes
Agricultural Fund ................:.......... 104.17
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant from State. Fire
Insurance Fund ............................ 1,000.00
Refund by Gov. S. J. Catts on account Contingent
Fund Appropriation .................. ....... 38.50
Refund by Standard Oil Company ................ 32.55
Refund on account Officers' Cottage Appropriation,
Marianna, Florida .......................... 1,050.88
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant from Teachers Ex-
amination 'Fund ..... .................... 523.62

Total Receilits during the year .............. 2,865,396.76
Balance as per Report January 1, 1920 ......... 349,924.41

$3,215,321,17
GENERAL REVENUE FUND.

Disbursements for the Year 1920,

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Contingent Expenses, of State .................... $ 4,750.47
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Improvement and
Care ...................................... 802.08
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Furnishing and
Repairing ........ ................... ... 986.59
Salaries Executive Department .................... 27,600.00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department ........ 85,615.41
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments. 2,249.70

EDUCATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS.

A. & M. College for Negroes Educational Fund ...$ 14,196.34
A. & M. College for Negroes Building Educational
Fund .. ..................................... 24,721.05












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Board of Control Educational und ........... .... 3,639.23
Florida Scrool tor ueat ana blinc tducat.onal Fund 5'71, 6.62
llorila School tor ueat and Blind Bullaing Educa-
tional Fund ............................. .... 47,416.66
Florida State College for Women Educational Fund 119,411.62
Florida State College for Women, Building Educa-
tional Fund ................................. 122,190.41
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropria-
tion ......................................... 29,944.01
Plant Act Fund, General .......................... 39,064.16
Plant Act Fund, Special .......................... 97,025.76
University of Florida Educational Fund ........... 121,720.09
University of Florida Building Educational Fund.. 12,097.98
University of Florida Farmers Institute Educational
Fund ...................................... 79.83
Smith-Hughes Administration Department, State
Appropriation .......:...................... 4,378.41
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation .......... 24,954.91

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

Agricultural Statistics .... ....... ................$ 15,698.10
Express and Telegrams ......... ................. 743.15
Postage ..................................... ;.. 955.33
Printing Bulletins ............................... 2,764.15
Printing. Stamps .................................. 2,385.69
Printing Maps ..... .... ...... ................. 2,965.00
Stationery and other Contingent Expenses .,.... 1,132.79
Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture .. 677.11
Extra Printing for Immigration .................. 1,186.96

STATE CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT,

Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist,, ...$ 1,212.83
Clerk Chemical Division ...........:.............. 1,200.00
Incidental Expenses Pure Food Department .... 2,271.94
Janitor State Chemist ............, ....... ....... 460.00
Postage State Chemist ,.........-...........,,,, 364.46
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants ............ 8,943.43
Salaries Food and, Drug.Inspectors,..,,,..,.....,... 5,400.00
Traveling Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors .... 3,224.85
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants.., 665.03












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CAPITOL AND OFFICES.

Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office .... $ 1,146.79
Incidental Expenses Insurance Commissioner ...... 1,360.89
Engineer at Capitol .............................. 1,200.00
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol ................ 1,831.51
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's 'Office .... 905.14
Janitors at Capitol ............................. 1,440.00
Janitor Comptroller's and Treasurer's Offices ...... 470.00
List Land Entries and other Contingent Expenses
Comptrollers' Office ......................... 1,175.99
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secretary of State 1,246.49
Postage, Printing and other Contingent Expenses,
Superintendent Public Instruction ............. 2,458.26
Purchase of Books Attorney General's Office ..... 499.10
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public 'In-
struction ................................... 69287
Repairs and other Incidental Expenses at Capitol.. 2,169.76
W atchman at Capitol ............................ 1,200.00

AUDITOR'S DEPARTMENT.

Postage, Stationery and other Contingent Expenses
State Auditor ................ ..... ....... ..... 46187
Salaries State Auditor and Clerks .................. '6,619.00
Salaries Assistant State Auditors ................ 6,000.00
Salaries and Traveling Expenses Accountants State
Auditor ..................................... 1,606.54
Salaries State Bank Examiners .................. 10,006.80
Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners ..... 7,011.45
Traveling Expenses State Auditor ................. 691.12
Traveling Expenses Assistant State Auditors ...... 2,447.51

MILITARY DEPARTMENT.

Adjutant General's Salary ........................$ 1,833.29
National Guard of Florida ........................ 20,936,37
National Guard of Florida, Preserving the Peace... 670.75
National Guard of Florida, Repairs to Armory at
Apalachicola ....... .......... .... ........ 600.00
Act for Relief of Duval County Home Guards ..,.. 24.00













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JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
a
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court ............$ 2,998.06
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem ........ ............ 945.00
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian ................ 300.00
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting in other Circuits 234.41
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme Court 305.52
Expenses Criminal Judges sitting in other Circuits.. 37.12
Expenses State Attorneys acting in other Circuits .. 68.98
Electric Lights, Water, Gas, etc., for Supreme Court 851.70
Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man ......... .. 540.00
Janitor, Furnace and Yard Man .................. 470.97
Jurors and W witnesses ............................ 160,136.13
Salaries Law Clerks Supreme Court ............. 3,200.00
Messenger Supreme Court ................... 480.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports ................... 1,078.00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library ...... 698.50
Salaries Judicial Department ..................... 108,602.50
Salaries Justices Supreme Court ................ 22,500.00
Supreme Court, Fuel for Heating .................. 719.78
Revision and Consolidation of Laws of Florida ...... 19,598.57
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices ........ 2,199.98
Salary Assistant Secretary Supreme Court Justices.. 1,800.00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem ................... 364.00
Watchman for Supreme Court .................... 900.00
Repairing Supreme Court Building ................ 279.63

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS.

An Act for Relief of P. M. Cate, of Lake County .... 15.49
Abstracting Land Sold for Taxes for Use of Tax
Assessors ................................... 2,820.00
Appropriation for Deficiency in Interest Agricultural
College Fund ....... ......................... 5,432.00
Citrus Fruit Standard .................... .......... 2,849.94
Confederate Soldiers Home ...................... 11,591.99
County Finances ................................. 9,652.56
Expenses Collection of Revenue .................. 211,485.74
Expenses Geological Survey ...................... 6,826.12
Expenses of Legislature of 1919 .................. 1,265.00
Expenses of Primary Election ............ ........ 1,616.86
Farmers Demonstration Work ................... 5,538.44
Florida Industrial School for Boys .................. 100,790.50
Florida Industrial School for Girls ............... 24,734.90













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Flcrida Purchase Centennial Exposition .. .........
General Printing and Advertising ..................
Hog Cholera Serum and Virus ...................
Hotel Commission ...............................
Interest on Bonded Debt ..........................
Investment Companies ............................
Live Stock Sanitary Board, State ...............
Maintenance of Lunatics ..........................
Maintenance of Lunatics, Improvements ..........
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists ...................
Refund on Tax Certificates ......................
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission ......
Salary Actuary Insurance Commissioner ... ......
Salary Shell Fish Commissioner ..................
Salaries Rural School Inspectors ...............
Services Civil Engineer and Contingent Expenses
Assessment of Railroads ....................
State Board of Examiners for Teachers ..........
State Labor Inspector ..........................
State Marketing Bureau ..........................
Sum m er Schools .................................
Teachers Training Departments of High Schools .
Traveling Expenses Rural School Inspectors ......
Traveling Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner ......
Care Monument Olustee Battle Field ..............
Uniform 'Course of Study, Elementary and High
School .......................................
Official Custodian of the State Flag ................
State Farm Colony for Epileptics and Feeble-Minded
State Prison Fund Payable from General Revenue..
State Prison Farm-County Taxes ................

Total Disbursements for the Year ............
Balance ...................................


38.38
33,557.48
41,104.59
16,491.59
18,047.00
10.90
97,627.73
307,391.59
135,034.73
11,494.80
888.91
34,953.48
2,499.98
3,499.27
3,763.31

2,573.96
5,703.18
2.745.06
14,093.06
10,036.16
2,625.00
2,609.62
199.49
400.00

1,200.00
312.73
40,144.94
26,004,92
1,500.00

$2,500,061.87
715,259.30


$3,215,321.17


Balance in Fund January 1, 1921 .............. $ 715,259.30














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ONE MILL SCHOOL TAX FUND

RECEIPTS In 1920.

From State taxes ..................................... $335,598.59
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions...... 14,040.03

Total receipts during year........ .......... ........ $349,638.62
Balance in fund January 1, 1920....................... 79,573.64

$429,212.26
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement
following ..................................... .$345,757.15

Balance in fund December 31, 1920. ..................$ 83,455.11

NOTE.-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed to the
several counties upon the basis of average school attendance.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
County School Depository:
Jan. 22-County of Lafayette .................... 2495 $ 1,066.03
Jan. 24-County of Okeechobee ............. .... 2496 291.97
Jan. 26-County of 'Calhoun ..................... 2494 954.48
Feb. 16-County of Pinellas ...................... 4339 .97
Feb. 16-County of Gadsden ........................ 4336 70.00
Feb. 18-County of Orange ..................... 4338 321.07
Feb. 18-County of Monroe ....................... 4337 857.48
May 14-County of Leon .................. .... 15318 5,378.40
May 15-County of Wakulla ..................... 15342 1,315.80
May 17-County of Putnam ..................... 15333 3,303.00
May 17-County of Seminole .................... 15337 2,741.40
May 17-County of Alachua .................... 15292 10,123.20
May 17-County of Baker .................. .'... 15293 1,405.80
May 17-County of Madison ....... ............. 15321 5,198.40
May 17-County of Gadsden ................ ..... 15308- 5,893.20
May 17-County of Duval ........................ 15304 23,396.40
May 17-County of Suwannee ................... 15339 6,244.20
May 17-County of Columbia ................. 15301 5,468.40
May 17-County of Hamilton ................... 15309 3,043.80
May 17-County of Santa Rosa .................... 15336 3,447.00
May 17-County of Holmes ...................... 15312 3.519.00
May 17-County of Washington .................. 15344 3.526.20
May 17-County of Walton ...................... 15343 3.573.00
May 17-County of Escambia ................... 15305 10,171.80
May 18-County of Orange ....................... 15327 4,516.20
May 18-County of Lee ......................... 15317 2.386.80
May 18-County of Okaloosa .................... 15325 2,334.60
May 18-County of Flagler ...................... 15306 473.40
May 19-County of Pinellns ........... ......... 15331 5,958.00
May 19-County of St. Lucie .................... 15335 1,893.60
May 19-County of Jefferson ..................... 15314 2,107.80
May 19-County of Lafayette ..................... 15315 1,978.20














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Paid. In favor of. .. Warrant. Amount.
County School Depository:
May 19-County of Liberty .................. ..... 15320 1,535,40
May 10-County of Sumter ...................... 15338 2,287.80
May 19-County of Hernando ................ ... 15310 1,296.00
May 19-County of Taylor ........................ 15340 2,050.20
May 19-County of St. Johns .................... 15334 2,349.00
May 19-- county of Dade ................. ....... 15302 7,871.40
May 19-County of Marion ...................... 15323 7,074.00
aMy 19-County of Volusia ................. ... 15341 5,866.20
May 19-County of Osceola ....................... 15328 1,985.40
May 19-County of Franklin ..................... 15307 1,008.00
May 19-County of Hillsborough ................. 15311 20,275.20
aMy 19-County of Citrus ...................... 15299 1,425.60
May 19-County of Clay ......................... 15300 1,369.80
May 19-County of Jackson ..................... 15313 8,663.40
May 19-County of Nassau ...................... 15324 1,650.60
May 19-County of Bradford ...................... 15205 .4,008.60
May 19-County of Calhoun ..................... 15298 1,771.20
May 20-County of Levy ............. ......... 15319 3,036.00
May 20-County of Palm Beach ................. 15329 3,195.00
May 20-County of Lake ..................:..... 15316 3,015.00
May 20-County of peSoto ...................... 15303 6,568.20
May 20-County of Manatee ...................... 15322 4,258.80
May 20-County of Polk ........................ 15332 10,044.00
May 20-County of Pasco ....................... 1.5330 2,323.80
May 20-County of Broward ................. ... 15297 1,461.60
May 21-County of Okeechobee .................. 15326 541.80
May 21-County of Brevard .................. ..15296 2,106.00
May 22-Courty of, Bay .......................... 15294 2,700.00
July 12-County of Monroe ........................ 20192 '3,121.20
Nov. 4-County of Wakulla .......... .......... 3.2505 720.20
Nov. 4-County of Leon ...................... 32481 2,519.40
Nov. 5-County of Marion ..................... 32485 3,348.80
Nov. 6-County of Alachua .................... 32456 5,692.05
Nov. 6-County of Madison ........., .,..:. .;. 32483 2,392.65
Nov. 6-County of Baker ...............:........ 32457 809.90
Nov. 6-County of Levy .,,,..,.,................ 32482 1,415.05
Nov. 6-County of Bradford .................... 32459 2,112.50
Nov. 6-County of Duval .................... .. 32468 9,406.15
Nov. 6-County of Brevard ......... ........ ... .32460 939.90
Nov. 6-County of Lake ................... ..... 32479 1,506.05
Nov, -County of Nassau ..,........... .. .., 32487 737.10
Nov. 6-County of Okaloosa ...........,.. .... 32488 1,106.30
Nov. 8-County of Hillsborough ................. 32475 8,372.00
Nov. 8-County of Volusia .................. ,,,: 32504 2,420.70
Nov, 8-County of St. Johns ...,,........ .; ..., 32497 1,074.45
Nov. 8-County of Seminole .......'............... 32500 1,335.10
Nov, 8-County of Pasco ....................... 32493 1,092.00
Nov, 8-County of Pinellas ....... ....... ..,. 32494 2,518.10
Nov. 8-County of Orange ........................ 32490 2,107.30
Nov, 8-County of Putnam .. ............ .... 32496 1,556.10
Nov. 8-County of Clay ........................ 32464 647.40
Nov. 8-County of Columbia .. :................. 32465 2,439.45
Nov. 8-County of Osceola ..................... 32491 764.40













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant
... County Schbol Depository:


Amount.


Nov. 8-County of Polk ................. ... ... 32495 4,277.65
Nov. 8-County of Hernando ..................... 32474 -520.00
Nov. 8-County of Manatee ................. ..... 32484 2,059.85
Nov. 8-County of DeSoto ................. ....;. 32467 '3,120.00
Nov.. 8-County of Sumter ...................... 32501 993.20
Nov. 8-County .of. Franklin ..... ........... 32471 -471.90
Nov. 8-County of Jackson ..................... 32477 3;797.95
Nov. 8-County of Taylor .............:......... 32503 988.65
Nov. 8-County of Gadsden ................. ..... 32472 3,262.35
Nov. 8-County of Hamilton ............ ........ 32473 1,554.&F
Nov. 8-County of Suwannee .................... 32502 2,854.80
Nov. 8-County of Mpnroe ........................ 32486 1,119.30
Nov. 8-County of Okeechobee .................... 32489 320.45
Noy. .8-County of Broward ....... ............ 32461 564.85
Nov. 8-County of Citrus ........................ 32463 739.0.
Nov. S--County of Calhoun .......................... 32462 1,050.40
Nov.' 8-County of Flagler ....................... 32470 208.65
Nov. S-County of Santa Rosa ............ ..... 32499 1,742.65
Nov. .8-County of Walton ........;............ 32506 1,630.85
Nov. 8-County of Iolme ................. ...... 32476 1,923.35
Nov. 8-County of, Bay .............. ............. 32458 1,256.45
Nov. 8-County of Dade ........................ 32466 3,439.8n
Nov. 8-County of St. Luqie ................. ... 32498 .919.10
Nov. 8-County of Jefferson .................... 32478 980.85
Nov. 8-County of Palm Beach .................. 32492 1,607.45
Nov.- 8-County of Washington ............... .,32507 1,576.90
Nov. 8- County- of Lee ........................ 32480 1,211.60
Nov. 8-County of Escambia ..............:.. 32469 4.790.50
Dec. '30-County of Lafayette ............. ......... 38151 922.35

Total disbursements during year ....................... $345,757.15




PENSION TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

From State taxes ..................... ...............$1,048,324.88
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions... 43,875.35

Total receipts, account of State taxes............... .$1,092,200.23
Refund on Pension Warrants .......................... 59.50

Total receipts during year ......................... $1,092,259.73
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 ............. ..... 356,470.66

$1,448,730.39
Disbursements' during year ..... ........................ $1,042,991.37

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920..... ............$ 405,739.02
















STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

From State taxes .............. ........................$167,777.67
From Comptroller, account tax, certificate redemptions ........ 7,020.11

Total, account State taxes ....... .............. .$174,797.78
U. S. Government, office rent (4 months) ................$- 60.00
Palm Beach County Warrant ................... ........ .. 5. 00.0Q
Refund, account traveling expenses ............... ..... .. 57.81
Comptroller's Warrant No. 6274 ............................. 45.00
Refund by W. C. Logan & Co. ............................ 34.00
Sale State Board of Health Cars .......................... 1,924.26
Refund, account merchandise returned .................... '27.60
Sale of Bottles ... .................................... 1.53
Refund, account ammonia returned ................... ...... 19.08
Refund by Western Union Telegraph Co. ...... .. ....... .30
Comptroller's Warrant No. 27409 ............. ............... 1,182.08
Examination school children, Hillsborough County.. ...... .. 1,000.00
Refund by Joe L. Earman ....,.............. ............ 175.00
'Refund by J. E. Graves ............................. 175.00
Refund by Gulf Refining Co ......... .................... .62
Refund on advertising ..................,................ 12.33
Sale 1 Barrel Spray Oil ..............., .......... ........ 12.00
Refund by Insurance Co., account stolen auto tire.... .... 43.40
Refunds, account Anti-Rabies Treatment (aggregate) ........ 1,013.00

Total receipts during year .................... ...... $181,086.7
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920..... ............... 80,356.92

$261,443.71
Disbursements during year .. .... ...... .. .'.... .'$156,187.80

SBalance in Fund December 31, 1920 .................. .$105,255.91



PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL FUND
RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Received from Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund, ac-
count 15 per cent sales of public lands............. .... .$250,000.00
Sale of school lands ........ ... ........................... 22,655.97
Matured DeSoto County (Fla.) 6% bonds ............... 3,000.00
Redeemed Levy County (Fla.) 6% bonds ................ : 2,000.00
Escheated estate of August Grime, of Duval County. ....... 274.92
Receipts from United States Government, account 5% of sales
,of public lands ....................................... 142.40
Sale of timber by State Board of Education................ 1,187.10

Total receipts during year .............. ............$279,260.39
Balance in Fund Jafluary 1, 1920 .......... ............$. 43,238.82

$322,499.21













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Disbursements during year ............................$254,286.27

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920......... .......... $ 68,.12.94

NOTE.-The disbursements, as shown in detail below, were for pur-
chase of bonds in which the Principal of the Scho6l Fund is invested.
The balance at close 'of year represents the uninvested cash balance of
the fund.
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Purchased during year bonds of Florida counties, I'uhilipalftles and
school districts, as follows:

1920.
Jan. '6-$5,000 Tallahassee 5%'s at 96% and ihterest.....$ 4,841.67
Feb. 9-$6,000 Jasper Refundings 6%'s at par and interest. 7,044.33
Mar. 5-$39,000 Hamilton County Roads 5%'s at 96 and int. 37,586.23
May 6-$20,000 Jackson County School Dist. 5%'s 'at 971/
and interest ................................. 19,698.62
July 20-$44,000 St. Lucie County Public Highway 6%'s at
96 and interest .......................... ..... 43,486.52
July 21-$56,000 Tallahassee Public Utilities 5%'s at 90
and interest ............ ..................... 51,566.70
Aug. 7-$10,000 Marianna Waterworks and Construction
5%'s at 89 and interest ....................... 8,963.89
Sept. 1-$40,000 Marianna Paving 6%'s at 96 flat........ 38,400.00
Oct. 1-$28.000 Tallahassee Public Utilities 5%'s at 90 and
interest ........................... ........... '25,316.66
Nov. 19-$10,000 Haines City 7%'s at par and interest...... 10,268.30
Nov. 19-$8,000 Marianna 5%'s at 87 and 'interest........... 7,113.33

Total disbursements during year ...................... $254,286.27

SUMMARY OF BONDS PURCHASED DURING YEAR.


Value.
Par
Five Per Cent. Bonds ......... ............. .$110,000.00
Six Per Cent. Bonds ....................... 146,000.00
Seven Per Cent. Bonds ........ ........ .... 10,000.00

Total ................................ $266,000.00


Interest,
Annual
$ 5,500.00
8,760.00
700.00

$ 14,960.00


INTEREST OF STATE SCHOOL FUND

Receipts during year as per detailed statement following.....$ 75,052.92
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 .................... 48,755.67

$123,808.59
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement following.$ 68,338,20

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ................. $ 55,470.39
NOTE.-All moneys received into this fund 'are disbursed among the
several counties, upon the basis of average school attendance.


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RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Interest on Bonds owned by School'Fund:

San. 1-S.-A. Int. on $201,500 Virginia Century 3%'s......$
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $45,000 Alabama Registered 31/2%'s....
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $10,000 Marianna 5%'s ..............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $32,000 Lakeland 5%'s...............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $55,000 Sarasota 5%'s ...............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $23,000 Milton 5%'s ................
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $13,000 Pensacola 4%%'s ...........
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Hillsborough 4%'s..........
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $50,000 Madison County 5%'s........
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s..........
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $11,000 Live Oak 5%'s..............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s........
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $26,000 Wauchula 6%'s .............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $50,000 Hernando County 5%'s......
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $4,500 Panama City 6%'s............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $15,000 Levy County 6%'s..........
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $17,000 Millville 5%'s..............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $10,000 Newberry 6%'s............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $5,000 Bartow 5%'s ................
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $5,000 Fort Tampa 5%'s; ...........
Jan'. 1-S.-A. Int. on $18,000 Bonifay 0%'s. .............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $2,000 Mulberry 6%'s...............
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $242,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s......
Jan. 1--S.-A. Int. on $125,367 Florida Refunding 3%'s......
Jan. 31-Interest on funds In banks subject to investment in
suitable bonds when offered......: ...............
Feb. 2-S.-A. Int. on $b0,000 DeSoto County 5%'s ..........
Feb. 2-S.-A. Int. on $43,500 DeSoto County 6%'s.......
Mar. 1-S.-A. Int. on $16,000 Lake City 5%'s............
Mar. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Mulberry 6%'s ...........
Mar. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Milton 5%'s ................
Mar. 1-S.-A. Int. on $25,000 Citra 5%'s................
Mar. 1-Annual Interest on $25,000 Panama City 5%'s ....
Mar. 1-S.-A. Int. on $43,500 Calhoun County 6% Time War-
rants .........................................
Mar. 15-S.-A. Int. on $50,000 U. S. Third Liberty Loan 41%%'s
Apr. 1-S.-A. Int. on $2,000 Pensacola, 41/, %'s...........
Apr. 1-S.-A. Int. on $30,000 Dade City 4%%'s ...........
Apr. 31-Interest on funds in banks subject to investment....
May 1-S.-A. Int. on $40,000 Holmes County 6%'s........
May 1-Annual Int. on $14,000 Jackson County 4%'s. ......
May 1-S.-A. Int. on $8,000 Pinellal County 6%9's..........
May 1-S.-A. Int. on $3,000 St. Johns County 592%'s......
June 1--S.-A. Int. on $30,000 Arcadia 5%'s.................
June 1-Annual Interest on $35,000 Leesburg 6%'s........
June 1-S.-A., Int. on $35,000 Washington County 6%'s....
June 1-S.-A. Int. on $8,000 Marion County 5%'s..........
June 1-S.-A, Int. on $6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s..............
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $201,500 Virginia Century 3%'s .....
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $45,000 Alabama Registered 31/2%'s..
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $10,000 Marianna 5%'s...........


3,022.50
787.50
250.00
800.00
1,375.00
575.00
292.50
400.00
'1,250.00
500.00
375.00
275.00
625.00
780.00
1,250.00
135.00
450.00
425.00
300.00
125.00
125.00
540.00
60.00
3,642.00
1,880.50

427.39
500.00
1,305.00
400.00
600.00
500.00
62.50
1,250.00

1,305.00
1,062.50
45.00
675.00
557.54
1,200.00
560.00
240.0A
82.50
750.00
2,100.00
1,050.00
200.00
150.00
3,022.50
787.50
250.00












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July 1-S.-A. Int. on $32,000 Lakeland 5%'s ............... 800.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $55,000 Sarasota 5%'s............... 1,375.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $23,000 Milton 5%'s................ 575.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $13,000 Pensacola. 4%%'s............ 292.50
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Hillsborough County 4%'s.... 400.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $50,000 'Madison County 5%'s....... 1,250.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s.......... 5U.0000
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s.......... 375.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $11,000 Live Oak 5%'s............. 275.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s........ 625.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Wauchula 6%'s............ 780.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $50,000 Hernando County 5%'s...... 1,250.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $4,500 Panama City 6%'s ........... 135.00
Ju.y 1-S.-A. Int. on $15,000 Levy County 6%'s. ....... 450.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $17,000 Millville 5%'s ............. 425.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $10,000 Newberry 6%'s ............ .. 300.
July 1-S:-A. Int. on $5,000 Bartow 5%'s................ 125.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $5,000 Fort Tampa 5%'s.......... 125.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $18,000 Bonifay 6%'s ............. 540.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $2,000 Mulberry 6%'s............ 60.00
July 1-Annual int. on $5,000 Marianna 5%'s.......... 250.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $5,000 Tallahassee 5%'s............ 125.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $7,000 Jasper 6%'s............... 210.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on .$242,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s. 3,642.00
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $128,367 Florida Refunding 3%'s... 1,880.50
July 15-Annual Int. on $30,000 Jasper 5%'s............ 1,500.00
July 31-Interest on funds in banks subject to investment.. 869.46
Aug. 2-S.-A. Int. on $43,500 DeSoto 6%'s.............. 1,305.00
Aug. 2-S.-A. Int, on $20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s...... 500.00
Aug. 2-S.-A. Int. on $44,000 St. Lucie County 6%'s.... 1,320.00
Aug. 2-S.-A. Int. on $39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s.... 975.00
Aug. 31-Interest on Funds in Banks subject to Investment 80.00
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $16,000 Lake City 5%'s........... 400.00
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Mulberry 6%'s.......... 600.00
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $2,500 Citra 5%'s .................. 62.50
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Milton 5%'s.............. 500.00
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $56,000 Tallahassee 5%'s.......... 1,400.00
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $43,500 Calhoun County 6% Time
W warrants .................................... 1.305.00
Sept. 1-S.-A. Int. on $20,000 Jackson County 5Y2%'s.... 550.00
Sept. 15-S.-A. Int. on $50,000 U. S. 3d Liberty Loan 414%'s 1,062.50
Oct. 1-S.-A. Int. on $2,000 Pensacola 4%%'s.......... 45.00
Oct. 1-S.-A. Int. on $30.000 Dade County 4%%'s ........ 675.00
Oct. 5-Int. on $2,000 Levy County 6% School Bonds, re-
deemed ................. ..................... 30.00
Oct. 31-'Interest on Funds in Banks subject to Investment 668.61
Nov. 1-S.-A. Int. on $40,000 IIolmes County 6%'s...... 1,200.00
Nov. 1-S.-A. Ilit. cn $8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s .......... 240.00
Nov. 1-S.-A. Int. on $3,000 St. Johns County 5%%'s ..... 82.60
Nov. 1-Annual Int. on $':0,000 Chipley 5%'s.......... 1,000.00
Nov. 30-Int. on Funds in Banks subject to Investment... 298.94
Nov. 30-Deferred Payments on DeSoto County Coupons.. 32.63
Dec. 1-S.-A. Int. on $30,000 Arcadia 5%'s. .............. 750.00
Dec. 1-S.-A. Int. on $35,000 Washington County 6%'s.. 1,050.00
Dec. 1-S.-A. Int. on $8,000 Marion County 5%'s...:.. 200.00














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Nov. 1-S.-A. Int. on $8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s........ 240.00
Nov. 1-S.-A. Int. on $3,000 St. Johns County 5%%'s...... 82:60
Dec. 1-S.-A. Int. on $6,000 Tallahassee 5%'.'.......... .. 150.00
Dec. 31-Int. on Funds in Banks subject to Investment.. 113.35

Total receipts during year.......................... $ 75,052.92
NOTE.-All local securities owned by the Fund are obligations of
Florida counties, municipalities or sub-districts.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.
Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.


County School Depository:
Feb. 10-County of Wakulla .....................
Feb. 11-County of Leon ....... ;. ...............
Feb. 13-County of Putnam ....................
Feb. 13- County of Baker ......................
Feb. 13-County of .Madison ...................
Feb. 13-County of Alachua ....................


13-County
13-County
13-County
13-County
13-County.
13-County
14-County
14-County
14-County
14-County
14-County
14-County
14--County


of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of


14-County of


D uval .................... ..
Columbia ...................
Escambia ...................
W ashington .................
Santa Rosa .................
W alton .....................
Jefferson ............... ....
Lafayette ...................
St. Johns ... ................
Nassau .....................
Taylor ........... ...........
Jackson ............ .......
Gadsden ....................
Levy ........... ............


4389 $
4365
4380
4341
4368
4340
4352
4349
4353
4391
4383
4390
4361
4362
4381
4372
43,87
4360
4355
4366


Feb. 14- County of Pasco ....................... 4377
Feb. 14- County of Clay ........................ 4348


14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
14-County of
16-County of


Osceola ........... .........
Orange .....................
Sumter ....................
Seminole ..................
Volusia ......................
Citrus ......................
Ilillsborough .. .............
Bradford .............. ......
M arion .....................
Flagler .....................
Pinellas ....................


4375
4374
4385
4384
4388
4347
4358
4343
4370
4392
4378


Feb. 16-County of Liberty ..................... 4367


16-County of Polk ............ ............
16-County of Suwannee ...................
16-County of Hernando ...................
16- County of Lake .......................
16- County of DeSoto .....................
16-County of Brevard .....................
16-County of Monroe ....................
16-County of Franklin ...................
16-County of Okaloosa. ....................


4379
4386
4357
4363
4351
4344
4371
4354
4373


387.43
1,583.64
999.05
413.93
1,530.64
2,789.92
6,888.94
1,197.27
2,995.03
1,035.62
1,014.95
1,052.05
620.63
582.47
691.65
486.01
603.67
2,550.89
1,735.22
894.11
671.51
403.33
584.59
1,329.77
673.6S
807.19
1,727.27
419.76
5,969.92
1,180.31
2,082.90
139.39
1,754.30
439.90
2,957.40
1,838.57
381.60
887.75
1,933.97
620.10
919.02
296.80
654.55


3-Treas.


Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
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Feb.


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Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
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Paid. In favor of.
County School Depository:


Warrant. Amount.


Feb. 16-County of Bay ........................ 4342 795.00
Feb. 16-County of Dade ................. ....... 4350 2,317.69
Feb. 16-County of Hamilton .................... 4356 896.23
Feb. 16-County of Broward ............. ....... 4345 430.36
Feb. 16-County of Holmes ..................... 4359 1,036.15
Feb. 18-County of Okeechqbee ................... 4393 159.53
Feb. 18-County of St. Lucie .................... 4382 557.56
Feb. 18-County of Palm Beach ................. 4376 940.75
Feb. 18-County of Calhoun ..................... 4346 521.52
Feb. 20-County of Lee ........................ 4364 702.78
Mar. 8-County of Manatee .................... 4369 1,253.98

Total disbursements during year .........'.. .........$ 68,338.20



PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1920. ................. ....$ 90.53
Receipts during year............................................
$ 90.53
.Disbursements during year ..............................$ .......

Balance in fund December 31, 1920..................$ 90.53


DRAINAGE BOND FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Sale of Drainage Bonds ................................$ 989,886.00
Interest on funds deposited in banks .................... 14,747.83
Loan from Trustees Internal Improvement Fund......... 90,000.00

Total receipts during year .......................... $1,094,633.33
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920.......................... 146,640.49
$1,241,273.82
Disbursements during year : ........................... 1,169,460.56

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 ..................$ 71,813.26



DRAINAGE TAX FUND
RECEPITS IN 1920.'

From State taxes .......................... ........ .. $444,288.11
From Comptroller, account redemption tax certificates...... 169.36
From Circuit Clerks, account redemption tax certificates.. 2,854.81

Total receipts, account of State taxes ............... .$447;312.28












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Land sales under Chapter 6456 and 6957.................... 10,357.69
Interest on funds deposited in banks..................... 612.53
Received from tolls and sales of maps ................... 7,975.90
Loan from Trustees Internal Improvement Fund.......... 76,160.00
Interest on Drainage Bonds sold........................ 31,289.56

Total receipts during year ......................... $573,707.96
Balance in fund January 1, 1920.................... 17,757.72

$591,465.68
Disbursements during year ..,.......................... 502,317.52

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ..................$ 89,148.16


STATE PRISON TAX FUND
RECEIPTS IN 1920.
From State taxes ...... ............................... $124,771.79
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions..... 5,264.95

Total account State taxes .......................... $130,036.74
Receipts from State Prison Farm........................ 42,586.22
Transferred from Old Prison Fund under Chapter 7905,. Laws
of Florida .......................................... 2,880.65
Hire of State prisoners ................................. 2,268.67
Compromise settlement of old lease of State prisoners by
M r. Carr ........................................... 387.00
State Road Department by Comptroller's warrants.......... 486.30
State Road Department by Postoffice money order........... 30.98
Refund on bill paid ................................... .. 2.81

Total receipts during year ........................... $178,679.37
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ......................$ 26,752.75

$205.432.12
Disbursements during year .............................. 181,648.94

Balance in fund December 31. 1920 ................. $ 23,783.18

STATE PRISON FUND
RECEIPTS IN 1920.
Receipts from State Prison Farm during year.............$ 3,299.14
Hire of State prisoners ................................. 1,048.31
Comptroller's warrant, account escaped prisoners ........... 178.00

Total receipts during year .......................... $ 4,525.45
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ......................$ 13,065.03

$ 17,590.48
Disbursements during year .............................$ 17,590.48

Balance in fund January 1, 1920.....................$ ......
SNOTE-Balance -of $2,880.65 transferred to State Prison (Tax) Fund
March, 1920.












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RAILROAD COMMISSION FINES FUND

Receipts during year ..................................$ 350.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920......................... 13.11

$ 363.11
Disbursements during year ................. .......... ........

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .................. $ 363.11



SHELL FISH FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 6532, Laws of Florida.$ 36,584.14
Balance in fund January 1, 1920..................... 10,806.42

$ 47,390.56
-Disbursements during year .............................. 37,988.20

Balance in fund December 31, 1920..... ............. $ 9,402.36



TEACHERS'. EXAMINATION FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts from certificates upon diplomas: ................. $ 350.00
Receipts under Chapter 7372, Laws of Florida ............ 5,484.00

Total receipts during 1920 ......................... $ 5,834.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920. .......................$ 1,023.92

$ 6,857.92
Disbursements during 1920 .................. .........$ 5,946.00

Balance December 31, 1920 .........................$ 911.92



STATE ROAD TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

From State taxes ....................................$ 666,734.49
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions..... 28,080.28

Total receipts, account of State taxes ...............$ 694,814.77
Refunded by State Road Department ................... $ 226,820.49
Compromise of claim on bond of W. H. Thomas and Na-
tional Surety Co. of New York by State Road Depart-
ment May, 1920 .................................... 2,500.00













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Semi-annual interest, on $400,000 Columbia County (Fla.)
5% Bonds, July, 1920 .............................. 10,000.00

Total receipts during year .......................... 034,135.26
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 131,679.58

$1,065,814.84
Disbursements during year ........................... 1,000,321.25

Balance in fund December 31, 1920............... .$ 65,493.59



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE FUND-COUNTY ROAD

Receipts during year under Chapter 7275, Laws of Florida..$425,775.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920......................... 191,833.94

$617,608.94
Disbursements during year .............................. 226,173.92

Balance in fund December 31, 1920................ $391,435.02



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE--MAINTENANCE FUND

Receipts during year uhder Chapter 7275, Laws of Florida...$ 73,725.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920.......................... 370.46

$ 74,095.46
Disbursements during year ............................. 66,114.89

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 ................... $ 7,980.57



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE EXPENSE FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year under chapter 7275, Laws of Florida..$ 46,255.69
Refund on bill ..................... ..... ............... 3.75

Total receipts during year ..................... ....$ 46,259.44
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 9,351.59

$ 5;,.11 n3
Disbursements during year ... ...................,...... .-I: 3'

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .................. $ 10,234.20


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FLORIDA NATIONAL FOREST FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year' from 'United States Government appro-
priation ............................................ .$ 6,112.08
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ..... ................ 4,075.77

$ 10,187.85
Disbursements during year ............................. $ 10,187.85

Balance December 31, 1920 .......................$ ........



ASYLUM PATIENTS TRUST FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1920..........................$ 2,453.21
Receipts during year ................................... ........

$ 2,453.21
Disbursements during year ........... ... ................

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ..................$ 2,453.21



EVERGLADES DRAINAGE SINKING FUND

RECEIUTS IN 1920.

Interest on deposits in banks .............................$ 7,128.68
Interest on bonds owned by fund ......................... 300.00

Total receipts during 1920 ..................... ...$ 7,428.68
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ...... .................. $216,061.49

S : : ; : .. $223,490.17
Disbursements during 1920 (Redemption of Drainage Bonds) 223,000.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .............. ...$ 490.17



FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government appro-
priation ............................................. $209,060.84
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ............... ....... 628.89

$209,689.73
Disbursements during year .............................. 203,588.16

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ................. $ 6,101.57













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CHAMBERLAIN-KAHN HEALTH FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government appro-
priation ................................ ......... ...$ 9,065.10
Balance in fund January 1, 1920................... ..... 9,178.67

$ 18,243.77
Disbursements during year ............................. 17,884.82

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ................. $ 358.95


GASOLINE INSPECTION FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year under Chapter 7905, Laws of Florida...$ 89,010.82
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ........ ........... .... 2,302.90

$ 91,313.72
Disbursements during year ................................ 34,405.25

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ................... $ 56,908.47

NOTE.-In March, 1920, the sum of $17,850.32 was transferred
from this fund to the State Highway Fund, under the provisions of
Chapter 7905, and this amount is included in the disbursements as shown
above.


STATE BOARD OF NURSES FUND
RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year under Chapter 7831, Laws of Florida..$ 2,922.65
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ....................... 362.75

$ 3,285.40
Disbursements during year .............................. 3,011.93

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ....... ........ ...$ 273.47


GIRLS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts from school ................................. $ 1;511.88
Refunded by Lummie B. Davis ..... .....:: ......... .44'

Total receipts during 1920 ........................... .$ 1,512.32
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ..................:.....$ 2,252.46

$ 8 3,764.78
Disbursements during year .......................... .....

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .. ........... ..$ 3,764.78












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STATE HOSPITAL INCIDENTAL FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1920 .....................,.$ 4,000,00
Receipts during year ............................................

$ 4,Q00.00
Disbursements during year ......... .......... .........

Balance in fund December 31,' 1920................... $ 4,000.00




AUTOMOBILE REFUND FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year from auto licenses ..................$ 3,359.61
Balance in fund 'January 1, 1920 ........................ 4,954.39

$ 8,314.00
Disbursements during year ................ ............. 8,062.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .................. $ 252.00



BOYS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND

Receipts from school during year ......................$ 384.60
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ................. ....... 1,090.83

$ 1,475.43
Disbursements during year ........................ ..... .........

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .................. $ 1,475.43



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

(Interest on Bonds Owned by Fund).

1920.
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $8,000 Lakeland, Fla., 5%'s. ,........ $ 200.00
Jan. 1-S.-A. Int. on $131,900 State of Florida Refund-
ing. 3% 's ........................... ... ... ... ,978.50
Jan. I~S.-A. Int. on $3,900 State of Florida Refund-
ing 3% 's ................................... 58.50
Mar. 4-Comptroller's warrant No. 6817 to cover deficiency
in .interest .................................. 2,716,00
June 23-S.-A. Int on $10,000 U. S. Govt. Victory 4%4%'s.. 237.50
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $8,000 I4keland, Fla., 5%'s .... ,.. 200.00


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Ju:y 1-S.-A. Int. on $131,900 State of Florida Refund-
ing 3%'s ...................... ................ 1,978.50
July 1-S.-A. Int. on $3,900 State of Florida Refund-
ing 3%'s ........................... ... .... 5.8.50
July 29-Comptroller's warrant No. 23125 to cover deficiency
in interest ................................... 2,716.00
Dec. 15-S.-A. Int. on $10,000 U. S. Govt. Victory 4%%'s.. 237.50

Total receipts during year ......................... .$ 10,381.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ............ ............ 543.76

$ 10,924.76
Disbursements during year ............................. $ 9,545.69

Balance in fund December 1, 1920...................$ 1,379.07

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 2050 $ 62.50
Jan. 26-H. R, Trusler, salary .................... 2046 275.00
'Jan. 22- H1. W. Cox, salary ...................... 2047 270.00
Jan. 30-L. W. Bucho.z, salary .................. 2048 230.00
Jan. 30-W. B. Hathaway, salary ................. 2049 170.00
Feb. 21-N. W. Sanboin, salary .................. 5256 166.66
Feb. 21--H. W. Cox, salary ........6. ............. 5253 270.00
Feb. 21-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 5257 62.50
Feb. 21-W. B. Hathaway, salary ................ 5255 170.00
Feb. 23-L. W. Bucholz, salary .................. 5254 230.00
Feb. 23-H. R. Trusler, salary ................... 5232 275.00
Mar. 18-H. W. Cox, salary ...................... 8354 270.00
Mar. 18-Duke Williams, salary .................. 8359 25.00
Mar. 18-A. W. Leland, salary ..................... 8360 62.50
Mar. 20-N. W. Sanborn, salary .................. 8357 166.66
Mar. 20-W. B. Hathaway, salary ................. 8356 170.00
Mar. 22-H. R. Trusler, salary ,................. 8353 275.00
Mar. 22-E. S. Walker, salary ................... 8361 80.00
Mar, 25-L. W. Bucholz, salary .................. 8355 230.00
Mar. 25- P. II. Rolfs, salary .................... 8358 350.00
Apr. 21-A. P. Black, salary ...................... 12287 180,00
Apr, 21-Frazier Rogers, salary ................ 12288 180.00
Apr. 21--M. D. Cody, salary ...................... 12289 180.00
Apr. 21-L. W. Bucholz, salary ................. 12284 230.00
Apr. 21-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 12285 230.00
Apr. 23-T. M. Simpson, salary ................. 12282 220.00
Apr. 29-H. R. Trusler, salary .................. 12281 275.00
May 1-Duke Wil:iams, salary ................. 12290 25.00
July 21-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 21359 6.00
July 21-C. H. Willoughby, salary ................. 21357 30.00
July 22- P. L. Reed ............................ 21358 201.37
Oct. 21-J. E. Turlington, salary .................. 30954 190.00
Oct. f1--. II. Moore, salary ................... .30957 220.00
Oct. 21-Frazier Rogers, salary .................. 30956 180.00
Oct. 21-R. S. Cockre:l, salary ................... 30955 260.00
Oct. 22-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 30958 62.50














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 25-L, W. Bucholz, salary ................. 30953 230.00
Nov. 18-R. S. Cockrell, salary ..... ............ 33863 260.00
Nov. 19-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 33866 62.50
Nov. 19-Frazier Rogers, salary. ................ 33864 180.00
Nov. 20-J. Moore, salary .................... 33865 220.00
Nov. 22-J. E. Turlington, salary ....... ........... 33862 190.00
Nov. 24- P. H. Rolfs, salary ..................... 33867 350.00
Nov. 26-L. W. Bucholz, salary ................. 33861 230.00
Dec. 20-J. E. Moore, salary ............ ........ 36919 220.00
Dec. 20-Frazier Rogers, salary ........:......... 36918 180.00
Dec. 20-R. S. Cockrell, salary ................... 36917 260.00
Dec. 22-A. W. Leland, salary. ................. 36920 62.50
Dec. 22-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 36916 190.00
Dec. 22-L. W. Bucholz, salary ................... 36915 230.00

Total disbursements during year ................ $ 9,545.60


INTEREST OF SEMINARY FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

(Interest on Bonds Owned by Fund).


1920
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
July
July
July
July
July
July


I.
1-
1-
1-
1-
1-
1-
1-
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-S.-A. Int. on $9,000 Ft. Myers, Fla.,5%'s. .......$ 225.00
-S.-A. Int. on $7,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ........ 112.50
-S.-A. Int. on $3,500 Quincy, Fla., .5%'s .... ...... 87.50
-S.-A. Int. on $15,000 Alabama Reg. 3%%'s ..... 262.50
-S.-A. Int. on $76,600 Florida Refunding 3%'s.... 1,149.00
-S.-A. Int. on $21,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s.... 315.00
-S.-A. It., on $9,000 Ft. Myers, Fla., 5%'s...'... 225.00
-S.-A. Int. on $21,000 Florida Refundings 3%'s..... 315.00
-S.-A. Int. on $9,000 Ft: Myers, Fla., 5%'s. :....... 225.00
-S.-A. Int on $7;500 Virginia Century 3%'s......... 112.50
-S.-A. Int. on $3,500 Quincy, Fla., 5%'s..... .: ..... 87.50
-S.-A. Int. on $15,000 Alabama Regi. 3V1/%'s........ 202.50
-S.-A. Int. on $76,600 Florida Refunding 3%'s.' .... 1,149.00
-S.-A. Int. on $21,000 Florida Refunding 8%'s..... 315.00

Total receipts during year...:................... 4,303.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920...... ... ..:..$ 900.07

$ 5,203.07
Disbursements during year ......................$ 919.16

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ....'......$ 4,283.91














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Paid.
Feb. 9
Feb. 21-
Apr. 23
Apr. 23-
May'17-
May 19-
May 20-
July 9-


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
-J. N. Anderson, salary.................. 5250 $ 250.00
-C. L. Crow, salary ...................... 5251 230.00
-C. L. Crow, salary ..................... 12222, 230.00
-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................... 12223 166.66
-A. M. Wolfson, salary ... i.............. 14648 10.00
-A. F. Massaro, salary ................. 14650 10.00
-L. L. Blackburn, salary ................ 14649 12.50
-M. B. Mattack, salary ................... 14651 10.00

Total disbursements during year ................ $ 919.16,


HATCH EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year from United States Government ap-
propriation .......... .................... ..... .....$ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 1,221.63

$ 16,221.63
Disbursements during year ................................ 15,068.53

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ................... $ 1,153.10

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.


Paid. In favor of. Warrant.
Jan. 22-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 1969 $
Jan. 22-Remington Typewriter Co., repairs'........ 1978
Jan. 23L-W. Lloyd, salary .. .... ............... 1972
Jan. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ..... .......... 1981,
Jan. 23--T. Van Hyning, salary ................. 1970
Jan. 23-G. Umlauf, salary ...................... 1968
Jan. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 1979
Jan. 23-F. G. Bending, salary ..... ... ........... 1971
Jan. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 1980
Jan. 24-The Thomas Co., sundries ............... 1977
Jan. 24-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity...; 1976
Jan. 26-J. M. Scott, salary .................... : 1967
Jan. 28-Breeders' Supply Co., book ............. 1974'
Feb. 2-University of Chicago Press, books ....... 1973
Feb. 21-Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., sundries '1975
Feb. 21-T. Van Hyning, salary ................... 5078
Feb. 21-K. H. Graham; salary ... ................. 5079
Feb. 21-J. M. Scott, salary ......... .. ........ '5075
Feb. 21-F. G. Bending, salary ................. .'5081
Feb. 21-L. R. Hunter, salary ............... 5083'
Feb. 21-W. Lloyd, salary .....................; 5082
Feb. 21-G. Umlauf, salary .............. ........ 5076
Feb. 21-H. & W. tB. Drew Co., stationery ...... 5094


Amount.
62.50
28.13
30.00
79.78
50.00
83.34
74.57
68.57
12.12
4.75
47.11
233.34
1.60
6.30
1.31
58.33
16.67
233.33
63.57
100.00
45.00
91.66
34.57














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 21-R. Newhall, bills paid. ................ 5095 17.27
Feb. 28-J. M. Scott, traveling expenses ......,.. 5088 5.60 0
Feb. 21-R. Newhall, salary ...................... 5080 116.67
Feb. 21-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 5077 62.50
Feb. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 5003 159.81
Feb, 23-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phone ........ 5089 7.17
Feb. 23-Municipal W.. L' & P. Plant, electricity 5087 7.51
Feb. 23-Thomas Co., Sundries .................. 5086 1.25
Feb. 23-Clifford Hiatt, service ................. 5084 4.25
Feb. 23-Weaver Steam Laundry, laundry ........ 5092 1.77
Feb. 23-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ........ 5096 744.37
Mar. 3-J; D. Sherman, Jr., books .. ............. 5090 11.00
Mar. 18-J. M. Scptt, expense .................. 8407 8.50
Mar. 18-W. Lloyd, salary ..................... 8401 45.00
Mar. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 8415 62.20
Mar. 19-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 8408 9.85
Mar. 20-Belison & Son, sundries ............... 8413 2.25
Mar. 20-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 8398 62.50
Mar. 20-Pepper Printing Co., envelopes ......... 8403 71.50
Mar. 20-Lillie Landers, service .................. 8411 1.70
Mar. 20-Wilna Watson, service ............... 8409 2.00
Mar. 20-T. Van Hyning, salary ................ 8399 58.33
Mar. 20-G. Umlaut, salary ..................... 8397 8.33
Mar. 20-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........ 8412 8.95
Mar. 20-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity. 8406 5.07
Mar. 22-New York Botanical Garden, book ....... 5091. 4.00
Mar. 22-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ...... 8405 1.63
Mar. 22-Roberts & Son, stamps ................ 8414 1.11
Mar. 25-P. H1. Rolfs, traveling expense ......... 8402 33.45
Mar. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid ................ 8416 22.10
Mar. 29-Alice Willoughby, service .............. 8410 1.10
Apr. 2-F. G, Bending, salary ................. 8400 63.57
Apr. 3-Amer, Assn. of Econom. Entomologists,
subscription ....................... 5085 3.50
Apr, 6-Montgomery Ward & Co., sundries ....... 8404 1.28
Apr, 21-W. Lloyd, salary ...................... 12243 45.00
Apr, 21-K. H. Graham, salary ................. 12240 16.66
Apr. 21-University of Florida', coal ............. 12244 47.92
Apr. 21-K. H, Graham, bills paid .............. 12258 156.28
Apr. 23-T. R. Hartsfield Co., oats .............. 12252 18.80
Apr. 23-A. W'. Leland, salary ................... 12238 62.50
Apr. 23-J. M, Scott, salary .................. 12236 166.66
Apr. 23-T. Van Hyning, salary ................ 12239 58.833
Apr, 23-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 12242 63.5T
Apr. 23-G. Umlauf, salary .................. 12237 91.66
Apr. 23-Galnesville Planing & Coffin Co., lbr...... 12251 54.72
Apr. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 12257 15.92
Apr. 23-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 12245 4.89
Apr. 23-Lllie Landers, service ......... ....... 12254 8.90
Apr. 23-Philip Miller, envelopes ................ 12249 1.80
Apr. 23-Wilma Watson, service .... A........... 12253 1.90
Apr. 23-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 12246 10.00
Apr. 23-R. Newhall, salary .................... 12241 116,66
Apr. 23-Alice Willoughby, service .............. 12256 1.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 23-G. E. Stechert & Co., book ............. 12248 8.00
Apr. 29-Dairy Farmer, subscription ............ 12250 1.00
,ov 4-Williams & Williams Co., subscription.. 12247 5.0'
Tay 17-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 15269 27.6'
May 17-W. Lloyd, salary ....... ........... 1525 45.00
May 17-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 15259 165.95
May 17-F. G. Bending, salary .................... 15250 63.57
May 18-H. & W. B. Drew Co., printing .......... 15264 9.60
May 19-F. R. Hartsfield Co., feed .............. 15263 21.50
May 19-Peppet Printing Co., printing .......... 15256 36.25
May 19-T. Van Hyning, salary ................. 15249 58.33
May 19-G. Umlauf, salary ......... ............ 15247 91.67
May 19-Florida National Bank, exchange ......... 15258 6.45
May 19-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 15248 62.50
May 19-Standard Oil Co., gasoline .............. 15261 1.50
May 20-J. M.- Scott, traveling expense .......... 15257 5.50
May 20-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 15260 27.20
May 20-J. M. Scott, salary ..................... 15246 250.00
May 21-Effie Doran, sundries .................. 12255 1.90
May 22-Southern Bell T. &-T. Co., phones........ 15252 7.17
May 22-Benson & Son, service ................. 15262 1.35
May 26-P. H. Rolfs, salary ..................... 15245 350.00
May 28-Leland Hiatt, service .................. 15253 3.00
June 23-P. H. Rolfs, salary .................... 18417 350.00
June 23-P. H. Rolts, expense .................. 18427 31.47
June 23-J. M. Scott, salary ............. .......... 18418 250.00
June 23-W. Lloyd, salary ........; ............ 18425 45.00
June 23-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 18423 116.67
June 24-G. Umlauf, salary .................... 18419 91.67
June 24-K. H. Graham, salary ............ .... 18422 16.67
June 25-Wilson Watson, service ................ 18443 3.30
June 25-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 18424 63.57
June 25-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 18441 16.75
June 25-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ........ 18438 9.31
June 25-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 18440 7.49
June 25-C. J. Harris, feed ....................... 18434 8.50
June 25-F. R. Iartsfield Co., feed ............. 18433 16.80
June 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 18439 138.37
June 25-A. W. Leland, salary ..................... 18420 62.50
June 26-McIver & MacKay, sundries ............ 18435 2.75
June 26-T. Van Hyning, salary ................ 17421 58.34
June 26-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 18428 21.79
June 26-Alice Willoughby, service .............. 18442 1.40
June 26--Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ....... 18429 7.17
June 28-Central Scientific, sundries ............ 18430 1.94
June 28-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 18431 .75
July 3-F. W. Pennell, Treas., bulletins ......... 15255 10.00
July 6-Cambridge Entomological Club, subscrip-
tion ............................... 18432 2.00
July 9-N. Y. Entomological Society, subscription. 18436 2.00
July 16-Treas. Entomological Society of Ontario,
subscription .......................... 18437 2.00
July 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 21566 263.06
July 21-P. H. Rolfs, salary ..................... 21546 150.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 22-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 21567 4.74
July 22-R. Newhall, salary ....................... 21551 100.00
July 22-A. W. Leland, salary ................. 21549 62.50
July 22-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 21560 3.25
July 22-W. Lloyd, salary ............ ......... 21554 45.00
July 22-G. Umlauf, salary ...................... 21548 91.67
July 22-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 21553 200.00
July 22-J. M. Scott, salary ..................... 21547 250.00
July 22-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 21565 430.59
July 22-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 21555 143.01
July 23- C. J. Harris, feed ..................... 21563 18.00
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ...... 21556 1.53
July 24-T. Van Hyning, salary ............ .... 21550 58.34
July 24-Benson & Son, service ................. 21559 6.40
July 26-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity ... 21561 1.95
July 28-Thos. Dunham Co., furniture ........... 21558 22.90
July 28-Milton P. Hennerman, service .......... 21557 128.39
July 28-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 21552 63.58
July 29-J. J. Ricard, sundries .................. 21562 1.50
Aug. 2-S. L. Vinson, sundries ................. 18426 58.34
Aug. 19-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 25135 62.50
Aug. 19-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 25133 200.00
Aug. 19-Will Lloyd, salary .................... 25137 50.00
Aug. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 25149 265.23
Aug. 19-K. H. Graham, salary ................. 25139 16.67
Aug. 19-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 25146 2.70
Aug. 19-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 25140 133.33
Aug. 19-Thomas Co., sundries ................ 25144 1.80
Aug. 19-Lewis-Chitty Co., sundries ............ 25145 8.50
Aug. 19-Retta McQuarrie, salary ............... 25141 125.00
Aug. 19-J. M. Scott, sundries .................. 25143 5.60
Aug. 19-G. Umlauf, salary ................. ..' 25136 91.66
Aug. 19-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 25142 116.67
Aug. 19-T. Van Hyning, salary ................ 25134 58.34
Aug. 19-Pepper printing Co., printing ........... 25147 7.00
Aug. 19-R. Newall, bills paid ................... 25150 30.10
Aug. 19-Kee Lox Mfg. Co., sundries ............ 25151 45.00
Aug. 25-Milton P. Henneman, service ........... 25148 91.41
Aug. 26-P. II. Rolfs, salary ................... 25132 350.00
Aug. 26-Eastman Kodak Co., sundries ........... 21564 1.75
Aug. 26-Mary E. Roux, salary ................. 25138 83.33
Sept. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 28192 22.51
Sept. 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................ 28183 43.70
Sept. 22- J. M. Scott, salary .................... 28180 200.00
Sept. 23-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........ 28186 16.00
Sept. 23- C. J. Harris, feed ..................... 28185 9.00
Sept. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 28193 104.39
Sepa. 24-Sweet Water Mills, feed .............. 28184 44.00
Sept. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 28189 48.47
Sept. 24-Milliss-Gainesville, book ............... 28191 2.50
Sept. 26-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 28182 62.50
Sept. 25-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.. 28187 13.35
Sept.'25-Ware Hyning, salary .................. 28181 58.33
Oct. 2-Nature Publishing Co., books ............ 28190 6.28













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 14-Effie Doran, sundries .................. 28188 2.80
Oct. 21-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 30770 200.00
Oct. 22-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 30772 62.50
Oct. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 30787 437.30
Oct. 22-Thomas Co., sundries ................... 30782 12.05
Oct. 22-R. Newall, bills paid .................... 30786 27.34
Oct. 22-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 30777 50.00
Oct. 23-Florida Peanut Milling Co., sundries ...... 30783 185.60
Oct. 23-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 30780 29.00
Oct. 23-W. S. Dorsey Co., oil ................... 30784 1.25
Oct. 23-T. Van Hyiing, salary ....... .......... 30771 58.33
Oct. 25-Southern Laboratory Supply Co., sundries. 30778 8.25
Oct. 25-K. H. Graham, salary .............. ... 30773 16.67
Oct. 25-Benson & Son, service ................. 30785 6.45
Oct. 28-Alabama Fuel Co., coal ................. 30779 269.66
Oct. 29-The Deming Co., sundries .............. 30781 6.85
Oct. 29-R. Newhall, salary .................... 20775 133.34
Nov. 1-Jas. L. Hills, Sec.-Treas., dues .......... 15254 20.00
Nov. 3-G. Umlauf, salary. .......... ........... 30774 91.67
Nov. 11-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 30776 116.66
Nov. 18-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 33949 200.00
Nov. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 33961 38.85
Nov. 18-R. Newall, bills paid ................... 33960 28.80
Nov. 19-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 33951 62.50
Nov. 19-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 33954 64.00
Nov. 19-Dozier & Gay Paint Co., sundries ........ 33958 2.62
Nov. 20-T. Van Hyning, salary ................ 33950 58.33
Nov. 20-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 33956 54.50
Nov. 22- S. B. Kesler, coal ................... .. 33959 73.27
Nov. 23-Sweet Water Mills Co., feed ............ 33957 40.25
Nov. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries ....... ....... 33952 5.90
Nov. 29-Harrison G. Dyer, subscription ......... 33955 2.00
Dec. 15-Williams & Wilkins Co., subscription..... 33953 5.00
Dec. 22-K. II. Graham, salary ................... 36863 16.67
Dec. 22-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 36862 62.50
Dec. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 36884 570.04
Dec. 22-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 36867 200.00
Dec. 22-J. E. Turlington, expense .............. 36869 14.04
Dec. 22-F. G. Bending, salary ................... 36865 .116.67
Dec. 22-T. Van Hyning, salary .................. 26861 58.34
Dec. 22-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 36866 50.00
Dec. 22-P. H. Rolfs, expense ................... 36868 88.26
Dec. 23-Fielder & Allen Co., stationery ........... 36881 2.41
Dec. 23-Thomas Co., hardware ................. 36879 2.30
Dec. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 36883 16.17
Dec. 23-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 36875 40.75
Dec. 23-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........ 36877 9.90
Dec. 23- C. J. Harris, feed ..................... 36880 9.00
Dec. 23-J. M. Scott, salary ..................... 36860 200.00
Dec. 23-L. T. Roux, service ..................... 36878 2.50
Dec. 23-Pepper Printing Co., sundries ........... 36870 14.79
Dec.'24-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 36874 9.75
Dec. 24-Edgar C. Wilson, service .................. 36876 7.00
Dec. 24-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 36871 16.13





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Paid. 'In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 27-G. Umlauf, salary .................... 36864 '91.67
Dec. 29-John C. Winston Co., book ............ 36872 1.44
Dec. 29-Dodd, Mead & Co., book ............. .. 36882 1.94
Dec. 31-Florida Peanut Milling Co., seed .........36873 24.00

Total disbursements during year ....................... 15,068.53




ADAMS EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government appro-
priation .. ...........................................$ 15,000.00
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920......................... 1,280.60

$ 16,280.60
Disbursements during year ........................... 13,450.95

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 ................... 2,829.65

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Tarrant. Amount.
Jan. 2-Freeport Chemical Co., chemicals ....... 31143 $ 22.96
Jan. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 1998 41.63
Jan. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................. 1988 1.35
Jan. 23-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ....... 1994 1.96
Jan. 23-II. E. Stevens, salary ................ .... 2024 166.66
Jan. 23--H. E. Stevens, traveling expense......... 1984 10.78
Jan. 23-G. C. Roberts, salary .................. 1997 86.00
Jan. 23-J. R. Watson, traveling expense ........ 1989 10.89
Jan. 23-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 2023 166.66
Jan. 23-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ................ 2026 166.66
Jan. 23-H-. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 1987 23.96
Jan. 24- S. E. Collison, salary .................. 2025 150.00
Jan. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 1999 9.47
Jan. 24-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ......... 1986 8.31
Jan. 24-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ............ 1990 45.90
Jan. 26-W. 1. Johnson, sundries ................. 1991 4.37
Jan. 26-Gainesviile Gas Co., gas ................ 1983 5.06
Jan. 26-E. H. Hurlebaus, traveling expense ....... 1995 97.41
Jan. 26-Gainesville Plaining & Coffin Co., lumber. 1985 16.23
Jan. 26-Seminole Phosphate Co., fertilizer ...... 1992 7.00
Jan. 28-Bausch & Lamb Optical Co., sundries .... 1996 36.30
Jan. 31-Florida Frritinds Co., service ......... 1903 19.48
Feb. 21--H. & W. B. Drew Co.; sundries .......... 5103 26.95
Feb. 21-J. R. Wattson, salary .................. 5097 183.33
Feb. 21--1. E. Stevens, traveling expense ......... 5103 29.61
Feb. 21-R. Newn:l, bills paid .................. 5112 4.23
Feb. 21-K. II. Graham, bills paid .. ........... 5106 3.51
Feb. 23-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ................ 5100 183.33
Feb. 23-Florida National Bank, service ........... 5102 1.12
Feb. 23-G. C. Roberts, service .........'........ 5111 84.00
Feb. 23-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 5098 175.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 23-S. E. Collison, salary .................. 5099 166.66
Feb. 27-Seminole Seed Co.,. seed ................ 5110 1.00
Feb. 27-Gainesville Gas Co., service ............. 5105 60.90
Mar. 1- Polo Co., sundries ..................... 5107 3.11
Mar. 1-R. G. Westmoreland, service ............ 5101 23.72
Mar. 3-J. D. Sherman, Jr., books .............. 5108 1.25
Mar. 6-W. L. Alexander, service ............... 5109 2.75
Mar. 18-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 8386 183.33
Mar. 18-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ................ 8389 183.33
Mar. 18-H. E. Stevens, salary ................. 8387 175.00
Mar. 19-K. H: Graham, bills paid .............. 8395 46.69
Mar. 20-G. C. Roberts, salary .................. 8393 56.00
Mar. 20-G. Umlauf, salary .................... 8390 83.34
Mar. 20-Seminole Seed Co., seed ............... 8392 1.10
Feb. 25-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 8391 23.54
Feb. 25-Gainesville Gas Co., sundries ............ 8396 2.70
Mar. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 8394 4.91
Apr. 1-S. E. Collison, salary .................. 8388 166.66
Apr. 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 12265 9.83
Apr. 21-P. H. Rolfs, expense .................. 12272 98.87
Apr. 21-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 12259 183.33
Apr. 21-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 12260 175.00
Apr. 21-H. E. Stevens, expense ................ 12267 130.48
Apr. 21-C. D. Sherbakoff, expense ............... 12264 35.43
Apr. 23-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ............... 12261 183.33
Apr. 21-G. C. Roberts, service ................... 12271 66.00
Apr. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 12273 9.80
Apr. 23-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ............... 12263 4.84
Apr. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 12268 4.61
Apr. 23-E. F. McLane, service ................. 12269 12.25
Apr. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed ............... 12266 5.00
Apr. 29-Roovers Bros., sundries ................ 12270 5.29
May 17-G. C. Roberts, service .................. 14645 62.00
May 17-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 14647 10.50
May 17-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 14646 198.10
May 17-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fert...... 14641 40.40
May 18-Armour Fertilizer Works, fertilizer ...... 14643 24.00
May 19-C. D. Sherbakoff, traveling expense ...... 14634 29.30
May 19-C. D, Sherbakoff, salary ............... 14631/2 183.33
May 19-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ............ 14642 47.90
May 20-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense ........ 14636 61.99
May 20-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 14631 175.00
May 20-J. R. Watson, traveling expense ........ 14640 2.79
May 20-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 146311/ 183.34
May 20-E. F. McLane, service ................. 14638 13.50
May 20-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................; 14639 1.80
May 21-Effie Doran, service .................... 14637 6.40
May 24-Southern Phosphate Corporation, fert..... 14644 5.20
May 27-T. P. Winter, service .................. 14635 6.75
May 27-Gainesvllle Gas Co., gas ................ 14633 2.86
June 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 18414 9.27
June 24-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ............... 18404 183.34
June 24-G. C. Roberts, salary .................. 18412 112.50
June24-J. R. Watson, salary ................... 18401 183.34

4-Treas.













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 24-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 18403 208.33
June 24-R. W. Ruprecht, expense ............... 18411 22.01
June 25-Florida Fertilizer Co., fert.............. 18409 7.24
June 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 18415 58.67
June 26-E. F. McLane, service .................. 18405 2.50
June 26-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ........ 18413 1.57
June 26-Wilson Co., sundries ................... 18407 5.81
June 26-A. H. Thomas Co., sundries ........... 18408 44.85
June 30-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 18402 175.00
June 30-H. E. Stevens, expense ................ 18410 69.80
June 30-Rockefeller Inst. for Med. Research, sund. 14a32 9.00
July 9-Fruitlands Co., sundries ................ 18416 14.80
July 10-Effie Doran, service .................... 18406 11.20
July 20-Wilson & Toomer Fert. Co., fertilizer .... 21591 161.04
July 21-H. E. Stevens, salary ................... 21569 175.00
July 21-H. E. Stevens, expense ................. 21599 101.47
July 21-J. R. Game, salary .................... 21572 116.12
July 21-J. R. Watson, salary ................... 21568 183.33
July 21-University of Fla. Book Store, sundries.. 21587 4.25
July 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 21576 176.89
July 21-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ........... 21592 102.58
July 21-Fla. Agricultural Supply Co., sprayer .... 21588 33.00
July,22-The Thomas Co., hardware ............. 21577 6.63
July 22-R. Newal, sundries .................... 21575 17.91
July 22-R. W. Ruprecht, expense ................ 21597 '15.87
July 22-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 21570 208.33
July 22-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 21595 262.14
July 22-Consolidated Typewriter Co., typewriter .. 21581 68.50
July 22-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., lbr ..... 21594 12.26
July 22-The Wilson Co., sundries ......... ..... 21585 20.50
July 22-J. O.'Stewart, Sundries ................ 21596. 7.00
July 22-Pepper Printing Co., record book ........ 21579 7.13
July 23-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer. ........ 21578 35.87
July 23-Spencer Lens Co., microscope ............. 21582 204.75
July 24-Gainesville Furniture Co., furniture ...... 21584 25.00
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ...... 21589 1.56
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ....... 21590 3.45
July 24-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ........ 21580 1.68
July 24-C. D. Sherbalroff, salary ............... 21571 183.34
July 24-C. D. Sherbakoff, expense ............... 21598 43.54
July 24-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus ............ 21574 241.69
July 26-Seminole Phosphate Co., fertilizer ...... 21593 16.20
July 26-A. H., Hoonagle, service ................ 21600 37.50
July 29-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ............... 21586 1.10
Aug. 2-G. C. Roberts, salary .................. 21573 125.00
Aug. 2-Seminole Seed Co., tools ............... 21583 24.75
Aug. 13-Effie Doran, service ................... 21601 48.00
Aug. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 25162 140.53
Aug. 19-Thomas Company, sundries ............ 21159 2.50
Aug. 19-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 25152 191.66
Aug. 19-J. R. Gunn, salary .................... 25136 100.00
Aug. 19-H. E. Steyens, travel exp............... 25158 16.79
Aug. 19-H. E. Stevens, salary ................. 25154 175.00
Aug. 19-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 25153 208.33













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 19--R. Newall, bills paid .................. 25163 9.35
Aug. 20-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ............... 25161 1.76
Aug. 20-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ............... 25155 191.66
Aug. 20-A. H. Thomas Co., sundries ............ 25160 33.46
Aug. 26-Seminole Seed Co., seed ............... 25157 1.75
Sept. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 28213 3.06
Sept. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, travel, exp............. 28211 7.02
Sept. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 28197 208.34
Sept. 23- G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 28199 01.66
Sept. 23-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ...... 28203 1.78
Sept. 23-Mrs. K. D. Colson, salary ............ 28202 76.80
Sept. 23-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 28194 191.67
Sept. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 28212 42.11
Sept. 23-Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co., seed ......... 28208 3.00
Sept. 24-J. R. Gunn, salary .................... 28198 100.00
Sept. 24-C. D. Sherbakoff, salary ................ 28196 191.67
Sept. 24-Seminole Seed Co., salary ............. 28207 1.75
Sept. 25--H. E. Stevens, travel. exp............... 28201 65.07
Sept. 26-H. E. Stevens, salary ................. 28195 175.00
Sept. 27-Edelstein & Barnes, sundries ........... 28206 2.70
Sept. 29-P. H. Rolfs, travel exp................ 28200 11.20
Oct. 2-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 28204 1.10
Oct. 2-LaMotte Chemical Products Co., sundries.. 28205 2.85
Oct. 4-Fruitlands Co., service ................. 28210 28.36
Oct. 4-Effie Doran, salary ......... .......... 28209 42.40
Oct. 21- K. D. Colson, salary ............. : ..... 30791. 90.94
Oct. 21-J. R. Watson, salary ................... 30788 191.66
Oct. 21-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 30788 208.34
Oct. 22-J. R. Gunn, salary .................... 30789 60.00
Oct. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 30799 86.40
Oct. 22-P. H. Rolfs, traveling expense .......... 30790 119.26
Oct. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 30798 6.23
Oct. 22-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ......... 30794 89.25
Oct. 22- C. J. Harris, bags ..................... 30795 2.00
Oct. 25-A. H. Thomas Co., sundries ............ 30796 17.18
Oct. 25--E. H. Hurlebous, expense .............. 30793 10.36
Oct. 28-C. H. Sherbakoff, service ............... 30788 38.34
Nov 3-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams.. 30797 3.70
Nov. 18-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 33963 208.34
Nov. 18-K. II. Graham, bills paid .............. 33965 10.50
Nov. 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 33966 1.39
Nov. 19-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 33962 191.67
Nov. 19-G. Umlauf, salary .................... 33964 91.67
Nov. 20-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ........ 33969 1.36
Nov. 22-A. H. Thomas Co., paper ................ 33972 7.25
Nov. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................ 33968 4.20
Nov. 23-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ............... 33971 1.10
Nov. 23-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 33970 2.55
Nov. 29-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams.. 33967 11.86
Dec. 2-Effie Doran, service ................... 30792 8.00
Dec. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 36906 39.00
Dec. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, expense ............... 36886 29.94
Dec. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 36885 208.33
Dec. 22-Cecil H. Nichols, service ............... 36898 12.60













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


In favor of.


Warrant. Amount.


22-Armour Fertilizer Works, fertilizer ...... 36891
22-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries 36904
23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 3696
23-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 36899
23-0. F. Burger, salary .................. 36887
23-0. F. Burger, expense .................. 36896
23-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 36885
23-Gu'f Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ............. 36890
24-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................ 36900
24-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, lights ..... 36894
27-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 36895
27-Ray L. Driggers, labor ................. 36902
27-Seminole Phosphate Co., fertilizer ....... 36892
29-Will Corporation, apparatus ........... 36893


18.00
5.45
6.84
2.93
293.33
42.46
191.66
31.94
3.25
1.60
1.54
9.15
8.23
13.38


Total disbursements during year .................... $ 13,450.95

LEVER AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FUND-
FEDERAL

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year from United States Government appro-
priations ........................................... $ 48,921.68
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 1,125.08

$ 50,046.76
Disbursements during year .......................... 46,946.46

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 .................. $ 3.100.30

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.


Paid.


In favor of.


Jan. 22-L. P. Hunter, salary ....................
Jan. 22-Remington Typewriter Co., supplies .....
Jan. 22-C. K. McQuarrie, tray. exp. .............
Jan. 23-Chapin Photo Co., sundries .............
Jan. 23-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................
Jan. 23-R. W. Blacklock, tray. exp .............
Jan. 23-J. Mountain, salary ...................
Jan. 23-M. M. Javens, salary ................
Jan. 23-F. G. Merrin, salary ...................
Jan. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ...............
Jan. 23-W. H. Black, salary ...................
Jan. 23-W. H. Black, travel. exp ...............
Jan. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ...........
Jan. 23-H. G. Clayton, travel exp. ..............
Jan. 23-H. G. Clayton, travel exp. ..............
Jen. 23-E. W. Jenkins, salary .......... ......
Jan. 23-E. W. Jenkins, travel exp. ..............
Jan. 23-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ........
Jan. 23-F. G. Bending, salary ..................
Jan. 23-S. L. Vinson, salary ...................


Warrant. Amount.
1900 $ 100.00


1936
1911
1942
1940
1941
1928
1923
1929
1903
1943
1944
1894
1915
1914
1912
1913
1907
1946
1898


28.12
57.26
12.50
125.00
50.58
25.00
25.00
50.00
14.90
25.00
87.98
241.45
73.09
91.66
91.68
70.55
7.17
26.43
166.66


*\














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 23--H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 1895 10.73
Jan. 23-K. W. Lord, travel exp. ................. 1918 15.20
Jan. 23-K. W. Lord, salary .................... 1925 25.00
Jan. 24-R. J. Dorsett, salary ................... 1935 60.00
Jan. 24-R. Newhall, service .................... 1893 38.51
Jan. 24- W. Lloyd, salary ...................... 1902 15.00
Jan. 24-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 1910 158.33
Jan. 24-A. P. Spencer, travel exp. ............... 1909 56.27
Jan. 24-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 1908 208.33
Jan. 24-E. C. Smith, salary. .................. 1917 70.00
Jan. 24-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 1947 3.18
Jan. 24-P. H. Rolfs, salary .................... 1896 .350.00
Jan. 24-P. H. Rolfs, travel exp. ................. 1897 152.01
Jan. 24-J. S. Rainey, salary ................... 1931 50.00
Jan. 24-G. C. Greene, salary ................... 1916 105.00
Jan. 24-R. Newhall, salary .................... 1901 116.66
Jan. 24-M. E. Roux, salary ...................... 1937 70.00
Jan. 24- L. Cantrell, salary .................... 1920 12.10
Jan. 24-R. T. Oglesby, salary .................. 1927 25.00
Jan. 24-J. W. Mathison, salary ................ 1926 25.00
Jan. 26-A. Warren, salary ..................... 1934 25.00
Jan. 26-J. 0. Traxler, salary ................... 1933 50.00
Jan. 26-G. L. Herrington, travel exp. ........... 1939 47.65
Jan. 26-G. L. Herrington, salary ................ 1938 91.69
Jan. 26-J. M. scott, travel exp. ................. 1945 24.60
Jan. 26- C. Hiatt, service ...................... 1904 4.80
Jan. 27- J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 1932 25.00
Jan. 28-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 1899 16.66
Jan. 29-C. W. Burnett, salary ................. 1921 25.00
Jan. 30-H. A. McDonald, salary ................... 1930 25.00
Jan. 30-C. M. Berry, salary .................... 1922 25.00
Jan. 30- R. A. Conklin, salary ................... 1919 25.00
Feb. 2- R. T. Kelley, salary .................... 1924 25.00
Feb. 4-E. V. McCollum, travel exp. ............. 1948 55.50
Feb. 20-Blank's Studio, sundries ............... 5128 10.80
Feb. 21-E. H. Marable, sundries ................ 5129 8.85
Feb. 20-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 5153 26.43
Feb. 20-H. G. Clayton, travel exp. ............... 5135 39.94
Feb. 20-J. M. Scott, salary .................. 5148 16.66
Feb.*21-W. H. Black, travel exp. ............... 5152 161.80
Feb. 21-W. H. Black, salary ................... 5151 41.66
Feb. 21- R. L. Dowdell, sundries ................. 1905 1.25
Feb. 21-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 5133 175.00
Feb. 21-C. K. McQuarrie, travel exp. .......... 5134 9.50
Feb. 21-L. R. Hunter, salary .................. 5127 16.66
Feb. 21-P. H. Rolfs, salary .................... 5125 350.00
Feb. 21-- Newhall, bills paid ................ 5156 28.63
Feb. 21-J. M. Scott, travel exp. ................ 5149 14.35
Feb. 21-E. C. Smith, salary ................... 5138 70.00
Feb. 21-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 5144 133.33
Feb. 21-R. W. Blacklock, travel exp. ............ 5145 96.61
Feb. 21-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 5150 216.66
Feb. 21-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 5154 1.76
Feb. 21-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries ....... 5130 19.80














54

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 21-R. W. Jenkins, travel exp. .............. 5136 67.52
Feb. 21-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 5139 25.00
Feb. 23-S. L. Vinson, salary .................. 5126 141.67
Feb. 23-M. E. Roux, salary .................... 5146 70.00
Feb. 23-Pepper Printing Co., sundries ........... 5132 285.42
Feb. 27-G. C. Greene, salary ................... 5137 95.00
Feb. 27-R. J. Dorsett, travel exp ................ 5147 10.34
Feb.' 28-R. T. Kelley, travel exp. ............... 5141 14.20
Mar. 1--Bankers Pen & Office Supply Co., sundries 5131 5.04
Mar. 1-G. L. Herrington, travel exp. ........... 5143 131.02
Mar. 5-RI. I. Matthews, salary ................ 5140 150.00
Mar. 6-G. L. Herrington, salary ............... 5142 125.00
Mar. 6-A. H. Logan, salary ................... 5155 40.00
Mar. 18-L. R. Hunter, salary ................... 8419 116.66
Mar. 18-E. C. Smith, salary ................... 8437 70.00
Mar. 18-J. M. Scott, travel exp. ............... 8451 47.76
Mar. 18-J. M. Scott, salary ................... 8450 250.00
Mar. 18-S. L. Vinson, salary .................. 8418 175.00
Mar. 18-W. H. Black, travel exp. ............... 8449 97.21
Mar. 18-W. H. Black, salary .................... 8448 41.66
Mar. 18-E. W. Jenkins, travel exp. ............. 8432 63.28
Mar. 18--I. G. Clayton, travel exp. ...... ...... 8433 134.73
Mar. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 8454 2.18
Mar. 19-R. J. Dorsett, travel exp. .............. 8444 38.44
Mar. 19-K. H. Graham, salary ................ 8421 16.67
Mar. 10-A. P. Spencer, travel exp. .............. 8430 121.27
Mar. 19-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 8494 233.34
Mar. 19-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 8456 4.18
Mar. 19-Fielder & Allen Co., cash box ............ 8447 4.00
Mar. 19-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries .......... 8445 42.33
Mar. 20-Win. Gomme, travel exp. .............. 8434 16.43
Mar. 20-Marie Esslinger, service ............... 8424 21.25
Mar. 20-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 8457 611.33
Mar. 20-Wllma Watson, service ................ 8427 3.30
Mar. 20-Effle Landers, service ................. 8425 2.80
Mar. 20-E. H. Marable, service ................ 8446 2.75
Mar. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, salary .............. 8428 175.00
Mar. 20-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 8453 3.63
Mar. 22-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ...... 8422 7.17
Mar. 22-J. W. Mathison, salary ................ 8436 25.00
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, salary .................... 8420 116.67
Mar. 24-Clifford Hiatt, service ................. 8458 3.60
Mar. 25-A. H. Logan, salary ................... 8458 40.00
Mar. 25-P. H. Rolfs, travel ep. ................ 84417 101.51
Mar. 25-M. E. Roux, salary .................... 8443 70.00
Mar. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 8455 23.75
Mar. 27-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 8440 54.16
Mar. 27-R. W. Blacklock, travel exp. ............ 8442 81.37
Mar. 27-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 8441 79.16
Mar. 27-W. E. Hinds, salary ................... 8435 9.00
Mar. 29-Alice Willoughby, service ............... 8426 2.70
Mar. 31-G. L. Herrington, travel exp. ........... 8439 19.57
Apr. 1-W. G. Wells, sundries ................... 1906 1.25
Apr. 1-G. C. Greene, salary ................... 8431 95.00














55


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 2-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 8452 26.43
Apr. 9-G. L. Harrington, salary ............... 8438 62.50
Apr. 23-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 12432 175.00
Apr. 23-C. K. McQuarrie, expense............... 12433 36.28
Apr. 23-E. C. Smith, salary .................... 12427 70.00
Apr. 23-A. P. Spencer, expense ................ .12437 105.12
Apr. 23-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 12423 225.00
Apr. 23-R. W. Blackwell, expense ............... 12445 110.24
Apr. 23-R. W. Blackwell, salary ................ 12444 108.33
Apr. 23-Consolidated Typewriter Co., typewriter.. 12430 78.50
Apr. 23-S. L. Vinson, salary ................... 12424 175.00
Apr. 23-J. M. Scott, expense. .................. 12450 81.88
Apr. 23-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 12449 83.34
Apr. 23-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 12451 31.43
Apr. 3-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 12455 18.00
Apr. 23-P. II. Rolfs, salary ......... ........... .12422 250.00
Apr. 23-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 12426 8.34
Apr. 23-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................. 12439 84.05
Apr. 23-W. I. Black, expense .................. 12457 173.36
Apr. 23-II. G. Clayton, expense ................. 12438 100.80
Apr. 23-W. H. Black, expense .................. 12448 41.66
Apr. 23-R. M. McQuarrie, service ............... 12428 5.00
Apr. 23-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 12456 4.66
Apr. 24-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 12434 25.00
Apr. 24-R. T. Keeley, expense .................. 12436 2.30
Apr. 26-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 12458 22.05
Apr; 26-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 12440 70.00
Apr. 26-W. R. Briggs, expense .................. 12443 19.48
Apr. 26-J. M. Tillman, expense ................. 12442 10.42
Apr. 26-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ....... 12429 7.17
Apr. 26-Lillie Landers, service ................. 12459 10.60
Apr. 26-L. R. Hunter, salary ................... 12425 116.67
Apr. 26-Alice Willoughby, service .... ........... 12454 3.70
Apr. 26-Wm. Gomme, expense .................. 12440 19.09
Apr. 27-Addressograph Co., sundries :............ 12431 63.10
Apr. 29-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 12435 100.00
May 1-Wilma Watson, service ................. 12460 11.20
May 1-A. H. Logan, salary ..................... 12452 40.00
May 1-Progressive Electrotyping Co., book ....... 12447 2.78
May 1-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 12453 724.77
May 1-Marie Esslinger, service ................ 12441 7.50
May 15-t. R. Hunter, salary ................... 14584 116.67
May 17-G. C. Greene, salary ................... 14601 100.00
May 17-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 14585 125.00
May 17-C. K. McQuarrie, traveling exp. .......... 14598 46.88
May 17-C. K. 'McQuarrie, salary ................ 14597 175.02
May 17-E. C. Smith, salary .................... 14599 70.00
May 17-R. Newhall, bills ..... ................... 14628 39.90
May 17-P. II. Rolfs, traveling expense .......... 14582 89.71
May 17-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 14620 36.25
May 17-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 14624 31.43
May 19-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense.......... 14596 112.72
May 19-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 14595 225.00
May 19-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 14594 56.25














56


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 19-S. L. Vinson, travel exp. ............... 14583 175.00
aMy 19-R. J. Hart, travel exp. ................. 14611 6.39
May 19-W. A. Sessoms, travel exp. ............. 14608 4.73
May 20-W. L. Watson, travel exp. ................ 14603 13.49
May 19-Roy J. Dorsett, travel exp. .............. 14613 3.24
May 20-J. B. Thompson, travel exp. .............. 14626 92.78
May 20-J. B. Thompson, salary ................ 14625 166.66
May 20-Baird Hardware Co., twine ............ 14387 12.50
May 20-Wilma Watson, service ..............:.. 14615 2.00
May 20-W. II. Black, salary .................... 14622 41.67
May 20-W. II. Black, travel exp. ............... 14623 20.70
May 20-M. E. Roux, salary ..................... 14620 70.00
May 20-A. II. Logan, salary ................... 14627 40.00
May 20-Lillie Landers, service .................. 14593 8.90
May 20-N. Y. Racket Store, bills paid .......... 14592 2.40
May 20-Frank G. Merrin, travel exp. ............ 14612 11.24
May 20-D. A. Armstrong, travel exp. ............ 14604 3.38
May 20-J. W. Mathison, travel exp. ............ 14610 3.88
May 20-Jesse L. Smith, travel exp. ............. 14602 3.50
May 20-J. W, Mathison, salary ................. 14600 25.00
May 21-Consolidated Typewriter Co., sundries.... 14591 1.70
May 21-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 14612 108.33
May 21-R. W. Blacklock, travel exp. ............ 14617 68.36
May 21-Effie Doran, service ............. ...... 12461 10.10
May 21-Effie Doran, service .................... 14630 1.60
May 21-W. E. Dunaway, travel exp. ............. 14614 1.70
May 21-Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., service ....... 14588 2.13
May 22-J. S. Rainey, salary ................... 14607 16.24
May 22-K. I. Graham, salary .................. 14586 16.67
May 22-E. F. DeBusk, travel exp. .............. 14619 99.74
May 22-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 14618 141.66
May 26-Bankers Pen Co., sundries .............. 14590 2.17
May 26-Addressograph Co., sundries ............ 14621 17i10
May 26-G. E. Mlead, travel exp. ................ 14609 14.53
May 29-K. E. Bragdon, travel. exp ............. 14605 10.39
June 7-L. R. Moore, travel exp. ................. 14606 5.10
June 23-P. II. Rolfs, travel exp. ............... 18742 .45.52
June 23-E. C. Smith, salary .................. 18753 70.00
June 23-C. M. Tucker, travel exp. ............... 18755 96.39
June 23-A. P. Spencer, travel exp. .............. 18752 76.51
June 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 18778 65.62
June 23-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 18751 225.00
June 23-L. R. Hunter, salary .................. 18743 116.67
June 23-John M. Scott, travel exp. ............ 18770 50.07
June 23-R. Newhall, salary .................... 18744 8.32
June 23-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 18754 25.00
June 24-E. F. DeBusk, travel exp. .............. 18761 67.33
June 24-M. F. Roux, salary .................... 18762 70.00
June 24-R. E. Hardee, service ................. 18771 7.50
June 24-J. D. Thompson, salary ............... 18765 166.67
June 24-J. B. Thompson, travel exp. ........... 18766 97.49
June 24-E. F, DeBusk, travel exp. ............. 18760 141.67
June 24-Lillie Landers, service ................ 18777 17.90
June 24-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 18774 61.85













57


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 25-Wilma Watson, service ................. 18775 6.00
June 25-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 18769 31.4:1
June 25-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries. ...... '18776 29.75
June 25-Baird Hardware Co., sundries .......... 18773 2.20
June 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 18747 3.19
June 25-R. W. Blacklock, travel exp. ............ 18759 148.85
June 25-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 18758 108.33
June 5-Fielder & Alien Co., sundries .......... 18757 20.10
June 26-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 18780 159.41
June 26-Marie Esslinger, salary ............... 18763 60.00
June 26-Alice Willoughby, sundries ............ 18748 1.70
June 26-C. K. McQuarrie, travel exp. ............ 18750 48.19
June 26-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 18749 175.00
June 28-Clifford Hiatt, service ................. 18745 3.90
June 30-H. E. Stevens, travel exp. ............ 18746 12.38
June 30-G. C. Greene, salary ............ .... 18781 100.00
June 30-Addressograph Co., sundries ........... 18764 2.39
June 30-Lewis State Bank (for T. J. Appleyard),
sundries ............... ............. 18756 8.25
July 2-A. H. Logan, salary .................. 18779 40.00
July 6-Wm. M. Black, bills paid .............. 18772 15.00
July 6-W. H. Black, salary ................... 18767 41.67
July 6-W. H. Black, travel exp. ............... 18768 145.99
July 21-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 21472 95.00
July 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 21467 94.50
July 21-Mary Roux, salary .................... 21463 70.00
July 21-E. C. Smith, salary .................... 21459 70.00
July 21-P. II. Rolfs, expense ................ .21473 57.49
July 21- P. II. Rolfs, salary .............. .... 21478 200.00
July 21-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 21468 175.00
July 21-C. K. McQuarrie, expense ............. 21441 21.73
July 21-Lillie Landers, service ................. 21446 9.60
July 22--I. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........ 21454 25.19
July 22-Eugenia A. Revels, sundries ........... 21464 24.00
July 22-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 21469 225.00
July 22-A. I'. Spencer, expense ................ 21442 74.37
July 22-R. Newhall, bills paid ................ 21453 33.51
July 22-R. Newhall, salary .................... 21477 25.00
July 22-Baird Iardware Co., hardware ......... 21447 1.45
July 22-Consolidated Typewriter Co., typewriter.. 21449 53.50
July 22-E. H. Hurlebous, service ............... 21474 18.75
July 22-E. F. DeBusk, expense ................. 21437 106.72
July 22-E. '. DeBusk, salary .................. 21462 141.67
July 22-E. F. DeBusk, expense ................ 21438 43.54
July 22-John M. Scott, expense ................. 21457 9.70
July 22-II. G. Clayton, expense ................ 21456 122.09
July 22-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 21450 91.07
July 22-Pepper Publishing Co., printing ........ 21444 43.35
July 22-K. HI. Graham, salary .................. 21476 16.67
July 23-R. W. Blacklock, expense ................ 21436 67.37
July 2--J. G. Clemons, salary ................. 21471 25.00
July 23-R. W. Blalock, expense ................ 21439 112.92
July 23-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 21461 108.34,
July 23-Cohen Bros., sundries ................. 21465 20.00
July 23-G. C. Greene, salary ................... 21458 100.00













58

Paid. In favor of, Warrant. Amount.
July 23-Spencer Lens Co., sundries ..... ....... 21451 16.00
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ...... 21445 11.51
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co,, telegrams ...... 21450 5.70
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ...... 21455 45.63
July 24-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ....... 21466 7.17
July 24-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 21470 25.00
July 24-Chicago Case Mfg. Co., sundries ........ 21460 5.50
July 26-L. R. Hunter, salary .................. 21475 116.67
July 26-C. M. Tucker, expense ................. 21443 196.12
July 28-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 21448 31.43
July 28-A. H. Logan, salary ................... 21452 40.00
Aug. 24-W. H. Black, expense. .................. 21435 10.60
Aug. 18-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ........... 25077 31.97
Aug. 18-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ........... 25084 34.38
Aug. 19-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 25068 200.00
Aug. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 25066 27.99
Aug. 19-John M. Scott, salary ................. 25082 50.00
Aug. 19-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 25067 56.25
Aug. 19-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 25069 150.00
Aug. 19-E. W. Jenkins, travel exp ............. 25074 86.41
Aug. 19-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 25083 183.33
Aug. 19-J. 0. Stewart, service ................. 25065 6.00
Aug. 19-1R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 25085 14.59
Aug. 19--I. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 25089 133.34
Aug. 19--R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 25059 69.93
Aug. 19-Eleanor C. Smith, salary .............. 25059 83.33
Aug. 10-A. P. Spencer, travel exp. .............. 25073 61.14
Aug 29-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 25057 225.00
Aug. 20-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ...... 25063 7.17
Aug. 20-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 25058 166.67
Aug. 20-Gainesville Furniture Co., furniture .... 25061 79.20
Aug. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, travel exp. .......... 25072 38.65
Aug. 20-J. C. Luning, for Lever Sup. Ex. transfer
of funds ............................ 25944 8,108.68
Aug. 23-Bausch & Lamb Optical Co., sundries .... 25064 1.90
Aug. 23-E. : F. DeBusk, salary ................. 25080 116.66
Aug. 23-II. G. Clayton, travel exp. .............. 25075 91.67
Aug. 23-II. G. Clayton, salary ................. 25070 150.00
Aug. 24-Spencer Lens Co., sundries ............ 25076 66.53
Aug. 26--I. II. Rolfs, travel exp. ................ 25060 51.45
Aug. 30-Grace C. Greene, salary ............... 25071 116.67
Sept. 1-BIurroughs Adding Machine Co., service.. 25062 6.45
Sept. 11-Disbursing Clerk, U. S. D. A., sundries. 25078 10.00
Sept. 22-C. K. McQuarrie, travel exp. .......... 28283 20.07
Sept. 22-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 28287 200.00
Sept. 22-1t. McQuarrie, salary .................. 28276 125.00
Sept. 22--R. Newhall, bills paid ................ 28261 22.26
Sept. 22-J. B. Thompson, travel exp. ........... 28257 25.99
Sept. 22-J. B. Thompson,. salary ................ 28258 213.33
Sept. 22-J. M. Scott, salary ................... 28200 50.00
Sept. 22-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 28271 50.00
Sept. 22--F. G. Bending, salary ................. 28259 116.67
Sept. .22-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............. 28273 166.67
Sept. 22-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ............ 28266 3.60
Sept. 22--1. Newhall, salary' ................. 28274 133.33














59

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 22-Grace C. Greene, salary ............... 28282 116.67
Sept. 23-Voyle Bros., service .:................. 28262 1.50
Sept. 23-N. W. Sanborn, travel exp. ............. 28249 86.31
Sept. 23-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 28248 183.33
Sept. 23-E. F. DeBusk, travel exp. .............. 28255 113.83
Sept. 23-E. F. DeBusk, travel exp. ............... 28254 134.41
Sept. 23-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................. 28252 116.67
Sept. 23-H. G. Clayton, travel exp............... 28286 88.59
Sept. 23-H. G. Clayton, salary ................. 28289 150.00
Sept. 23-E. W. Jenkins, travel exp. ............. 28284 105.90
Sept. 23-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................ 28288 150.00
Sept. 23-K. H. Graham, service ................. 28281 4.00
Sept. 23-K. H. Graham, service ................ 28275 166.67
Sept. 23-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 28272 225.00
Sept. 23-A. P. Spencer, travel exp. ............. 28285 34.39
Sept. 23-E. G. Smith, salary .................... 28269 83.34
Sept. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 28264 9.13
Sept. 23-E. F. DeBusk, sundries ................ 28256 3.30
Sept. 24-Mary Roux, salary .................... 28270 83.34
Sept. 24-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ....... 28267 7.17
Sept. 24-J. R. Gunn, service ................... 28278 7.95
Sept. 24-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ........ 28250 287.69
Sept. 24-R. W. Blacklock, tarvel exp. ........... 28253 46.13
Sept. 24-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 28251 133.33
Sept. 24-J. J. Sechresh, travel exp ............. 28277 25.67
Sept. 27-J. O. Stewart, sundries ................ 28268 12.00
Sept. 29- P. II. Rolfs, salary .................... 28263 350.00
Sept. 29-P. H. Rolfs, travel exp. ............... 28265 20.74
Sept. 29-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ........... 28280 1.63
Oct. 4-Marie Esslinger, service ................ 28279 6.25
Oct. 21-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 30864 183.34
Oct. 21-Avis Rockwell, salary .................. 30863 61.09
Oct. 21-N. W. Sanborn, expense ................ 30865 84.34
Oct. 21-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 30860 50.00
Oct. 21-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................ 30874 86.30
Oct. 21-Wilma Watson, service ................. 30870 4.60
Oct. 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 30823 150.00
Oct. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 30811 166.67
Oct. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ............. 30816 23.02
Oct. 21-Mary Roux, salary ..................... 30813 83.33
Oct. 21-J. M. Scott, expense .................... 30861 26.50
Oct. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 30812 125.00
Oct. 21-C. K. McQuarrie, expense .............. 30826 72.94
Oct. 21-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 30822 200.00
Oct. 21-Eleanor G. Smith, salary ............... 30814 83.33
Oct. 22-J. R.* Gunn, service .................... 30821 2.40
Oct. 22-Grace G. Green, salary ................ 30825 116.66
Oct. 22-Frank G. Merrin, expense .............. 30842 60.04
Oct. 22-J. B. Thompson, expense .............. 30862 40.80
Oct. 22-P. H. Rolfs, expense ................... 30815 a36.94
Oct. 22-P. H. Rolfs, salary ..................... 30809 350.00
Oct. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 30873 31.08
Oct. 22-A. P. Spencer, expense ................. 30827 105.57
Oct. 22-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 30810 225.00
Oct. 22-C. E. Matthews, expense ................ 30841 32.87














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 22-Leo H. Wilson, expense .................. 30854 36.94
Oct. 22-D. A. Armstrong, expense .............. 30820 30.93
Oct. 22-W. E. Dunaway, expense ............... 30875 63.95
Oct. 22-C. M. Berry, expense .................. 30832 45.27
Oct. 22-J. C. Sechrest, expense ................ 30845 46.88
Oct. 23-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ........... 30817 14.41
Oct. 23-H. E. Stevens, expense ................ 30849 63.06
Oct. 23-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ........ 30810 7.17
Oct. 23-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 30872 172.95
Oct. 23-C. D. Gunn, expense ................... 30836 10.88
Oct. 23-Chas. D. Kime, expense ................ 30830 35.63
Oct. 23-Wilson Cypress Co., service ............ 30869 3.25
Oct. 23-H. A. McDonald, expense .............. 3084- 38.65
Oct. 23-W. L. Watson, expense ................ 30853 6.29
Oct. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 30859 22.95
Oct. 23-R1. A. Conkling, expense ................ 30834 51.17
Oct. 25-Marie Esslinger, service ................ 80867 6.75
Oct. 25-Roy J. Dorsett, expense ................ 30835 42.50
Oct. 25-R. J. Hart, expense ................... 30837 45.72
Oct. 25-A. W. Turner, expense ................. 30851 39.80
Oct. 25-J. M. Tillman, expense ................. 30850 53.91
Oct. 25-Alfred Warren, expense ................ 30852 45.99
Oct. 25-Jas. Mountain, expense ................. 30844 33.11
Oct. 25-Wynfred R. Briggs, expense ............ 30831 39.66
Oct. 25-K. E. Bragdon, expense ................ 30830 42.43
Oct. 27-E. F. DeBusk, expense .................. 30858 79.08
Oct. 27-E. F. DeBusk, salary .................. 30856 116.67
Oct. 27-R. T. Kelly, expense .................. 30838 36.25
Oct. 27-J. Lee Smith, expense .................. 30848 49.63
Oct. 27-J. J, Sechrest, expense ................. 30846 38.40
Oct. 29-J. G. Clemons, expense ................ 30833 31:80
SOct. 29-H. G. Clayton, expense ................. 30828 102.45
Oct. 29-H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 30824 150.00
Nov. 1-R. W, Blacklock, expense ............... 30857 79.94
Nov. 1-R. W. Blacklock, salary .................. 30855 133.33
Nov. 1-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries. 30818 55.00
Nov. 1-Len B. Tan, service .................. 30868 1.50
Nov. 1-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams.'. 30871 19.75
Nov. 3-Win. A. Sessoms, expense ............... 30847 32.28
Nov. 11-Effie Doran, service ................... 30866 2.20
Nov. 15-L. R. Moore, service ................... 30843 31.90
Nov. 16-A. A. Marquis & Co., sundries ......... 30820 6.50
Nov. 18-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................. 33917 116.66
Nov. 18-J. M. Scott, 'salary .................... 33914 50.00
Nov. 18-Mary Roux, salary .............. ...... 33043 83.33
Nov. 18-Will Floyd, salary ...................... 33940 50.00
Nov. 18--R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 33945 125.00
Nov. 18-C. K. McQuarrie, expense ............. 33931 110.81
Nov. 18-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 33935 200.00
Nov. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 33904 148.90
Nov. 18-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 33932 116.67
Nov. 18-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ........ ...... 33947 166.66
Nov. 19-J. B. Thompson, salary ................ 33913 213.33
Nov. 19-J. B. Thompson, expense ............... 33911 81.32













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 19-A. P. Spencer, expense ................. 33930 53.10
Nov. 19-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 33948 225.00
Nov. 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 33905 49.55
Nov. 19-K. H. Graham, salary ................. 33946 16.67
Nov. 19-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 33944 133.33
Nov. 19-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 33908 367.60
Nov. 19-H. G. Clayton, salary ................. 33933 150.00
Nov. 19-H. G. Clayton, expense ................ 33928 116.46
Nov. 19-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................. 33929 82.75
Nov. 19-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................. 33934 150.00
Nov. 19-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 33915 1.54
Nov. 20-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 33912 116.67
Nov. 20-Eleanor C. Smith, salary .............. 33942 83.34
Nov. 20-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ......... 33919 17.15
Nov. 22-C. D. Gunn, expense .................. 33925 13.51
Nov. 22-Wm. Gomme, expense .................. 33926 395.57
Nov. 22-Henry R. Tribble, expense .............. 33920 44.62
Nov. 23-N. W. Sanborn, expense ............... 33909 117.47
Nov. 23-Avis Rockwell, salary ................. 33941 83.33
Nov. 23-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................ 33910 183.34
Nov. 23-P. H. Rolfs, expense .................. 33939 191.27
Nov. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 33907 1.21
Nov. 23-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., messages..... 33938 7.17
Nov. 24-J. Nolan Blake, sundries ............... 33906 1.50
Nov. 26-R. W. Blacklock, expense ............... 33916 161.18
Nov. 26-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 33918 133.34
Nov. 26-E. H. Marable Studio, sundries ......... 33937 12.75
Nov. 26-W. I. Matthews, expense .............. 33922 37.10
Nov. 26-J. W.. Mathison, expense ............... 33923 87.82
Nov. 29-Rus-L. H. Bailey, sundries .............. 33936 3.34
Nov. 29-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams.. 33903 43.88
Dec. 6-George E. Mead, expense ............... 33924 59.14
Dec. 8-J. S. Rainey, expense ................. 33921 52.52
Dec. 13-K. E. Bragdon, expense ................. 33927 21.74
Dec. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, expense ............... 36832 102.12
Dec. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 36326 200.00
Dec. 20-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 36359 125.00
Dec. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 36358 138.20
Dec. 22-Mary Roux, salary ................. .. 36338 83.34
Dec. 22-Grace C. Green, salary ................. 36330 116.67
Dec. 22-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 36320 133.34 C
Dec. 22-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 36347 183.33
Dec. 22-N. W. Sanborn, expense ................ 36348 143.58
Dec. 22-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 36331 83.33
Dec. 22-P. H. Rolfs,'salary .................... 36323 350.00
Dec. 22-P. H. Rolfs, expense ................... 36324 18.55
Dec. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies........... 36351 6.48
Dec. 23-J. B. Thompson, expense ............. 36345 133.28
Dec. 23-J. B. Thompson, expense ............... 36346 3.28
Dec. 23-J. B. Thompson, salary ................ 36343 106.66
Dec. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................ 36357 21.95
Dec. 23-A. P. Spencer, salary ................ 36327 225.00
Dec. 23-A. P. Spencer, expense ................. 36333 135.16
Dec. 23-E. F. DeBush, salary ................. 3633.7 116.67













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 23-E. H. Marable, supplies .............:.. 36350 114.50
Dec. 23-John M. Scott, expense ................ 36344 7.59
Dec. 23-John M. Scott, salary .................. 36342 50.00
Dec. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 36356 77.25
Dec. 23-J. R. Watson, expense ................. 36340 2.97
Dec. 23-E. F. DeBush, expense ................. 36340 141.93
Dec. 23-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ............... 36322 83.34
Dec. 23-Gainesville Planing 4 Coffin Co., lumber. 36355 21.62
Dec. 23-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................ 36334 70.72
Dec. 23-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................ 36328 150.00
Dec. 23-Wilma Watson, service ................. 36353 7.30
Dec. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 36321 160.66
Dec. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, expense .............. 36325 17.59
Dec. 24-H-. G. Clayton, salary .................. 363'9 150.00
Dec. 24-H. G. Clayton, expense ................. 36335 136.27
Dec. 24-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 36336 133.33
Dec. 24-R. W. Blacklock, expense ............... 36339 191.38
Dec. 27-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ....... 36352 7.17
Dec. 27-C. D. Gunn, expense ................... 36341 22.29

Total disbursements during year.................. $ 46,946.46



LEVER SUPPLEMENTARY EXTENSION FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year from United States Government Appro-
priation ............................................$ 16,217.37
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 .................. ...... 6,434.38

$ 22,651.75
Disbursements during year .......................... 20,511.14

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 ................. $ 2,140.61

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.


Paid. In favor of. Warrant.
Jan. 23-E. C. Young, salary .................... 1961 $
Jan. 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 1956
Jan. 23-C. D. Kinne, salary ................... 1953
Jan. 24-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 1951
Jan. 24-L. Chriesman, salary .................. 1963
Jan. 24-Mrs. B. Mills, salary .................. 1960
Jan. 24-I. Randall, salary ....................... 1962
Jan. 24-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 1952
Jan. 24- J. M. Boring, salary ................... 1957
Jan. 24-C. Hoyt, salary ....................... 1959
Jan. 24-Mrs. A. H. Peay, salary ................ 1965
Jan. 24- E. Hopkins, salary ..................... 1958
Jan. 26-E. Coverston, salary ................... 1966
Jan. 26-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 1954
Jan. 26-Mrs. G. F. Warren, salary .............. 1964


Amount.
25.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
184.20
50.00
45.00
50.00
25.00
50.00
178.43
25.00
27.78
50.00
50.00














63

Paid. In favor of, Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 26-G. E. Mead, salary .................... 1955 12.50
Feb. 21-Mrs. M. S. Russell, salary .............. 5288 57.14
Feb. 21-H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 5260 125.00
Feb. 21-Albina Smith, salary .................. 5201 25.00
Feb. 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 5250 125.00
Feb. 21-Mrs. F. C. Scott, salary .... ........... 5287 50.00
Feb. 23-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 5261 25.00
Feb. 23-Irene Randall, salary .................. 5277 45.00
Feb. 23-Hazel Carter, salary .................. 5288 25.00
Feb. 23-Mrs. B. E. Buchanan, salary ............ 5296 45.00
Feb. 23-Alice Dorsett, salary ................... 5273 55.55
Feb. 23-E. C. Young, salary ................... 5278 25.00
Feb. 23-Mrs. Brant Mills, salary ............... 5300 50.00
Feb. 23-Mrs. Estelle Coverston, salary ........... 5293 55.55
Feb. 23-Edna Smith, salary .................... 5205 25.00
Feb. 23-K. W. Lord, salary .................... 5202 25.00
Feb. 23-Floresa Sipprell, salary ................ 5269 50.00
Feb. 23-Clarine IIoyt, salary ................... 5290 55.55
Feb. 23-Clarine Hoyt, salary .................. 5275 50.00
Feb. 23-C. D. Kinne, salary .................... 5268 25.00
Feb. 23-Winnie Warren, salary ................. 5207 30.55
Feb. 26-R. T. Oglesby, salary ................... 5265 50.00
Feb. 27-Alfred' Warren, salary .................. 5271 50.00
Feb. 27-J. M. Boring, salary ................... 5264 25.00
Feb. 27-Mrs. HI. A. Tichnor, salary .............. 5200 27.27
Feb. 27-A. E. Dunaway, salary .................. 5266 50.00
Feb. 27-Mrs. A. H. Peay, salary ................ 5274 53.53
Feb. 28-Lois Godbey, salary .................... 5280 25.00
Feb. 28-Elizabeth Hopkins, salary .............. 5294 25.00
Feb. 28-Mrs. G. F. Warren, salary .............. 5279 50.00
Feb. 28-Lal Cunningham, salary ................ 5262 50.00
Feb. 28-Margaret Cobb, salary ................. 5285 27.63
Mar. 1-W. R. Briggs, salary .................. 6300 50.00
Mar. 1-Ruby McDavid, salary ................. 6384 37.50
Mar. 2-R. I. Matthews, salary ................. 6372 50.00
Mar. 3-A. E. Heist, salary .... :............... 6386 50.00
Mar. 3-G. E. Mead, salary .......... .......... .6367 50.00
Mar. 4-Mrs. Ivie Turnbull, salary .............. 6398 25.00
Mar. 4-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 6370 50.00
Mar. 17-R. I. Matthews, salary ................. 8464 50.00
Mar. 18-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................. 8461 125.00
Mar. 18-H G. Clayton, salary .................. 8460 125.00
Mar. 18-M. J. Jackson, travel exp. .............. 8505 10.00
Mar. 19-Albina Smith, salary .................. 8459 25.00
Mar. 19-G. W. Wood, travel exp. ................ 8504 18.05
Mar. 19-Mrs. I. A. Tichnor, salary ............. 8477 54.54
Mar. 19-L. W. Lord, salary .................... 8467 50.00
Mar. 19-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 8471 50.00
Mar. 19-Lula Creisman, salary .................. 5276 52.63
Mar. 20-Mrs. M. S. Russell, salary .............. 8483 57.14
Mar. 20 Alice Dorset, salary ..................... 8496 55.55
Mar. 20-E. C. Young, salary ................... 8491 25.00
Mar, 20-Hazel Carter, salary ..................... 8490 25.00
Mar. 20-Mrs. Brant Mills, salary,. ............... 8501 50.00














64


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 20-Edna Smith, salary ..................... 8485 25.00
Mar. 20-Wm. Gomme, salary .................. 8470 50.00
Mar. 20-Connie DeVane, salary ................. 8476 50.00
Mar. 20-Mrs. F. C. Scott, salary ................ 8484 50.00
Mar. 20-Floresa Sipprell, salary ................. 8502 55.55
Mar. 20-A. E. Heist, salary ..................... 8498 50.00
Mar. 20-Lal Cunningham, salary ................ 8495 27.63
Mar. 20-. J. Hart, salary ...................... 8469 60.00
Mar. 20-Harriett Hawthorn, salary ............. 8475 27.15
Mar. 20-Winnie Warren, salary ................ 8492 30.55
Mar. 20-Margaret Cobb, salary ................. 8493 27.63
Mar. 22-J. M. Boring, salary .................... 8472 25.00
Mar. 22-Lois Godbey, salary ............... ...... 8497 25.00
Mar. 22-C. D. Kinne, salary ................... 8468 25.00
Mar. 22-Mrs. Estelle Coverston, salary .......... 8494 55.55
Mar. 22-M. A. Caldwell, salary ................. 8513 24.43
Mar, 22-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 8474 25.00
Mar. 22-Mrs. N. W. Taylor, salary .............. 8486 25.00
Mar. 22-C. M. Berry, salary ................:. .. 8473 50.00
Mar. 22-Clarine Hoyt, salary ...... ............ 8478 50.00
Mar. 22-L. M. Barnette, travel exp. ............. 8512 13.04
Mar. 22-S. L. Wilkins, travel exp. ............... 8506 11.04
Mar. 22-A. M. Parish, travel exp. ............... 8514 2.00
Mar. 24-Ruby McDavid, salary ................. 8479 37.50
Har. 24-Mrs. B. E. Buchanan, salary ........... 8487 90.00
Mar. 24-Robert Carter, travel exp. ............... 8508 7.70
Mar. 24-Irene Randall, salary .................. 8482 45.00
Mar. 24-Alfred' Wirren, salary ................. 8462 50.00
Mar. 24-Rosa Williams, travel exp. .............. 8511 13.08
Mar. 24-Marargaret Burleigh, salary ............... 8489 25.00
Mar. 24-M. G. Hines, travel exp. .............. 8510 6.54
Mar. 24-Mrs. Ivie Turnbull, salary ............. 8500 25.00
Mar. 24-G. E. Mead, salary .................... 8466 50.00
Mar. 24-R. T. Oglesby, salary .................. 8465 50.00
Mar. 20-Mrs. G. F. Warren, salary .............. 8480 50.00
Mar. 27-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 8463 50.00
Mar. 31-A. W. Bowles, travel exp. ............... 8509 16.90
Mar. 31-Elizabeth Hopkins, salary .............. 8499 25.00
Apr. 1-S. H. Hendley, travel exp. .............. 8507 16.76
Apr. 12-Mrs. A. H. Peay, salary ................ 8481 53.53
Apr, 13-Lula Criesman, salary ................. 8503 52.63
Apr. 20-Mrs. Mary S. Russell, salary ........... 12406 57.14
Apr. 22-Winnie Warren, salary ................ 12401 30.55
Apr. 22-Hariette Hawthorn, salary ............. 12396 82.03
Apr. 23-R. I. Mathews, salary .................. 12389 50.00
Apr. 23-Albina Smith, salary ................... 12404 25.00
Apr. 23-Mrs. H. A. Tichnor, salary ..............12393 54.54
Apr. 23-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 12378 125.00
Apr. 23--H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 12379 125.00
Apr. 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 12384 50.00
Apr. 24-. J. Hart, salary ...................... 12385 60.00
Apr. 24-. T. Oglesby, salary .................... 12392 50.00
Apr. 24-C. M. Berry, salary ................... 12381 50.00
Apr. 24-Floresa Sipprell, salary ................ 12405 55.55
Apr. 26-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 12387 50.00














65

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 26-Lois Godbey, salary .................... 12414 25.00
Apr. 26-John M. Boring, salary ................ 12382 25.00
Apr. 26-Hazel Carter, salary .................... 12420 25.00
Apr. 26--Mrs. Ivie Turnbull, salary .............. 12400 25.00
Apr. 26-Alice Dorsett, salary .................. 12415 55.55
Apr. 26-C.D. Kime, salary ..................... 12388 25.00
Apr. 26-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 12386 50.00
Apr. 26-Margaret Burleigh, salary .............. 12419 25.00
Apr. 26-Mrs. Estelle Coverston, salary ........... 12418 5 5.55
Apr. 26-Mrs. Nellie W. Taylor, salary .......... 12402 25.00
Apr. 26-Connie DeVane, salary ................ 12416 25.00
Apr. 26-Edith C. Young, salary .... ............. 12397 25.00
Apr. 26-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 12383 50.00
Apr. 23-K. W. Lord, salary .................... 12391 50.00
Apr. 26-Elizabeth Hopkins,, salary .............. 12412 25.00
Apr. 26--Anna E. Heist, salary .................. 12413 50.00
Apr. 26-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 12380 25.00
Apr. 26-Clarine IIoyt, salary ........ .......... 12411 50.00
Apr. 26-Lal Cunningham, salary ................ 12417 27.63
Apr. 29-George E. Mead, salary ............... 12390 50.00
Apr. 20-Irene Randall, salary .................. 12407 45.00
Apr. 29-Mrs. G. F. Warren, salary ............... 12399 50.00
Apr. 29-Margaret Cobb, salary ................. 12421 27.63
Apr. 30-Lula Criesman, salary ....... ;.......... 12395 22.07
May 1-Mrs. F. C. Scott, salary ................. 12398 9.67
May 3-Ruby McDavid, salary .................. 12410 37.50
May 10-Mrs. Brant Mills, salary................ 12409 50.00
May 11-Mrs. A. II. reay, salary ............... 12408 53.53
May 13-Edna Smith, salary ................... 12403 25.00
May 18-R. I. Matthews, salary ................ 15193 50.00
May 19-Clarine Ioyt, salary .................. 15217 50.00
May 19-R. J. Hart, salary ..................... 15195 60.00
May 19-Mrs. A. II. Peay, salary ................ 15215 53.53
May 20-Mrs. B. E. Buchanan, salary ............ 13228 90.00
May 20-Albina Smith, salary ................... 15207 25.00
May 20-Corinne DeVane, salary ................. 15208 25.00
May 20-E. W. Jenkins, travel exp. ............ 15186 100.93
May 20-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 15185 125.00
May 20-Edith C. Young, salary ................. 15202 25.00
May 20-Alice Dorsett, salary ................ ;. 15222 55.55
May 21-Mrs. H. A. Tichnor, salary .............. 15203 54.54
May 20-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 15200 25.00
May 20-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 15197 50.00
May 20-Lal Cunningham, salary ................ 15223 27.63
May 20-Margaret Cobb, salary ................. 15227 27.63
May 20-H. Hawthorn, salary ................... 15218 82.03
May 20-Winnie Warren, salary ................. 15206 30.55
May 20-R. T. Oglesby, salary ................... 15190 50.00
May 21-H. R. Tribble, salary ................... 15201 25.00
May 21-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 15196 50.00
May 21-Mrs. Grace F. Warren, salary ........... 15203 50.00
May 22-Margaret Burleigh, salary .............. 15225 25.00
May 22-Hazel Carter, salary ..................... 15226 25.00
May 22-Estelle Coverston, salary ............... 15219 55.55

B5-Treas.














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Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant. Amount.


May 22-C. D. Kime, salary ...................... 15194
May 22-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 15198
May 22-Ivie Turnbull, salary ....... ............. 15204
May 22-Irene Randall, salary .................. 15214
May 22-Edna Smith, salary ...................... 15209
May 22-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 15180
May 22-Ruby McDavid, salary .................. 15229
May 22-Floresa Sipprell, salary ................. 15212
May 22-Anna E. Heist, salary. .................. 15220
May 24-M-rs. Nellie ,W. Taylor, salary ........... 15211
May 24-Posey Taylor, salary ................... 15210
May 24-Sadie M.,Berry, travel exp. ............... 15231'
May 24-Lois Godbey, salary .................... 15221
May 24-H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 15187
May 24-H. G. Clayton, travel exp. .............. 15188
May 24-Elizabeth Hopkins, salary .............. 15216
May 24-T. E. J. Washington, travel exp. ........ 15230
May 25-Mrs. Mary S. Russell, salary ........... 15213
May 26-J. M. Boring, i salary .................. 15190
May 26-G. E. Mead, salary .................... 15191
May 27-C. M. Berry, salary .................. 15192
June 3-Mrs. Brant Mills, salary ............... 15224
June 23-C. D. Kime, salary ................... 18793
June 23-W. E: Dunaway, salary ................. 18791
June 23-Harriette Hawthorn, salary ............ 18807
June 23-Margaret Cobb, salary ................ 18803
June 24-Hazel Carter, salary .................... 18804
Jun 2e4-Edna Smith, salary ................... 18820
June 24-Alice Dorsett, salary .................. 18799
June 24-Henry R. Tribble, salary ............. 18789
June 24-Edith C. Young, salary ................ 18825
June 24-Mrs. H. A. Tichnor, salary ............ 18797
June 24-Lal Cunningham, salary .............. 18801
June 25-Mrs. N. W. Taylor, salary ........... 18810
June 25-Connie DeVane, salary ................ 18800
June 25-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................ 18785
June 25-E. W. Jenkins, trvl xep. ............. 18828
June 25-R. J. Hart, salary .................... 18792
June 25-R. T. Oglesby, salary ................. 18794
June 25-Winnie Warren, salary ............... 18824
June 25-Mrs. Estelle Coverston, salary .......... 18802
June 25-C. M. Tucker, salary .................... 18795
June 25-Irene Randall, salary ................. 18815
June 25-Floresa Sipprell, salary ................ 18816
June 25-D. A. Armstrong, salary .............. 18796
June 25-Elizabeth Hopkins, salary ............... 18826
June 26-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 18788
June 26-11. G. Clayton, salary .................. .18786
June 26-H. G. Clayton, travel exp. .............. 18829
June 26-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 18827
June 26-Anna E. Heist, salary .................. 18809
June 26-Mrs. Mary S. Russell, salary ............ 18817
June 28-Ruby McDavid, salary ................. 18813
June 28-Albina Smith, salary .................. 18818 -


25.00
50.00
25.00
45.00
25.00
50.00
37.50.
55.55
50.00
25.00
55.56
26.75
25.00
125.00
114.17
25.00
24.70
57.14
25.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
50.00
82.03
27.63
25.00
25.00
55.55
50.00
25.00
54.54
27.63
25.00
25.00
125.00
99.02
60.00
30.00
30.55
55.55
175.00
45.00
55.55
25.00
25.00
50.00
125.00
168.57
400.00
50.00
57.10
37.50
25.00














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June 28-Posey Taylor, salary ................... 18821 55.56
June 28-Winifred Holtzendorf, salary ............ 18811 81.30
June 28-John. M. Boring, salary ................ 18700 25.00
June 28-Pearl LaFitte, salary ................. 18810 56.25
June 28-C. M. Berry, salary ................... 18787 50.00
June 28-Myra Herlong, salary ................. 18812 93.75
June 28-Clarine Hoyt, salary ................... 18808 50.00
June 28-Mrs. Grace F. Warren, salary ........... 18823 50.00
June 28-Margaret Burleigh, salary .............. 18805 25.00
July 1-Lois Godbey, salary ................... 18798 25.00
July 2-Mrs. Beulah E. Buchanan, salary.-....... 18806 90.00
July 2-Posey Taylor, salary .................. 5289 55.56
July 2-Posey Taylor, salary .................. 8488 55.56
July 2-Posey Taylor; salary ................... 12394 55.56
July 19-Mrs. Ivie Turnbull, salary ............. 18822 25.00
July 20-R. I. Matthews, expense ............... 21533 22.71
July 21-E. W. Jenklns, bills paid ................ 21490 2.15
July 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary ......... ..... 21480 125.00
July 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................ 21528 54.53
July 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary .............. 21401 64.06
July 121-Marie Esslinger, salary ................ 21494 45.00
July 21-C. K. McQuarrie, expense. ............... 21402 27.79
July 21-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 21484 50.00
July 21-Hariette Hawthorn, salary ............. 21507 82.03
July 22-Mrs. Mary S. Russell, salary ............ 21517 86.99
July 22-C. E. Matthews, expense ................ 21529 10.06
July 22-Mrs. Beulah E. Buchanan, salary ....... 21408 00.00
July 22-Mrs. Harriett A. Tichnor, salary........ 21523 54.54
July 22-Irene Randall, salary .................. 21516 45.00
July 22-Mrs. Edith C. Y. Morgan, salary ........ 21514 25.00
July 22-H. G. Clayton, expense ............... 21403 22.04
July 22-E. G. Clayton, salary .................. 21470 125.00
July 22-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 21405 5.50
SJuly 22-Henry R. Tribble, printing .............. 31636 50.00
July 22-Floresa Spipprell, salary ................. 21518 40.00
July 23-Lois Godbey, salary .................... 21506 25.00
July 23-Winnie Warren, salary ...'............... 21526 30.55
July 23-Winifred R. Briggs, expense ............. 21531 40.21
July 23-Winifred Holtzendorf, salary ............ 21510 90.00
July 23- R. J. Hart, salary ...................... 21485 60.00
July 23-Wm. Gomme, expense ................... 21530 24.72
July 23-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 21637 50.00
July 23-Albina Smith, salary ........ ........... .21519 25.00
July 23-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 21481 25.00
July 23-Anna' E. Ieist, salary ................. 21508 45.00
July 24-Pearl LaFitte, salary .......... *....... 21513 70.00
July 24-Posey Taylor, salary ................... 21522 55.56
July. 24-Leo H. Wilson, salary .................. 21489 50.00
July 24-R. T. Oglesby, salary ................ 21487 30.00
July 24-Margaret Cobb, salary ................. 21501 27.63
July 24-Kee Lox Mfg. Co., ribbons .................. 21497 45.00
July 26-John M. Boring, salary ................ 21483 25.00
July 26-Edna Smith, salary ..................... 21520 25.00
July 26-Alice Dorsett, salary .................... 21595 44.43














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July 26-Clay Sechrest, expense ................. 21527 28.22
Ju:y 26-C. D. Kime, salary ................... 21486 25.00
July 26-C. M. Tucker, salary ................ 21488. 175.00
Ju.y 26-Lal Cunningham, salary ............... 21503 27.63
July 28-Bankers Pen Co., sundries ............... 21496 6.06
July 28-C. M. Berry, sa.ary .................... 21482. 50.00
July 30-Mrs. E. Coverston, salary ............... 21502 27.78
July 30-Hazel Carter, salary .................. 21500 25.00
July 31-Mrs. A. H. Peay, salary ................ 21515 53.53
Aug. 2-Clarine Hoyt, salary ................... 21512 50.00
Aug. 5-Elizabeth llopkins ..................... 21511 25:00
Aug. 5-Myra Herlong, salary ..................... 21509 93.75
Aug. 6-Margaret Burleigh ..................... 21499 12.50
Aug. 3-Mrs. Nellie W. Taylor, salary ........... 21521 25.00
Aug. 11-Mrs. Ivie Turnbull, salary ............. 21524 25.00
Aug. 18-Ruby McDavid, salary .................. 21532 37.50
Aug. 26-J. G. Clemons, salary .................. 25089 ,47.50
Aug. 26-James Mountain, salary ................ 25101 47.50
Aug. 26-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 25007 47.50
Aug. 26-Harry R. Tribble, salary ............... 25105 47.50
Aug. OG-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 25000 ,47.50
Aug. 26-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 25087 47.50
Aug. 26-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................. 2502 47.50
Aug. 27-R. I. Matthews, salary ................... 25098 47.50
Aug. 27-R. T. Kelley, salary ................... 25094 47.50
Aug. 27-J. C. Sechrest, salary .................. 25102 47.50
Aug. 27-R. J. Hart, salary ..................... 25093 59.00
Aug. 27-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................. 25109 47.50
Aug. 27-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 25111 47.50
Aug. 27-R. A. Conkling, salary ................. 25000 47.50
Aug. 27-J. W. Mathison, salary ................ 25006 47.50
Aug. 28-J. J. Sechrest,.salary ................... 25103 47.50
Aug. 30-W. R. Briggs, salary .................... 25110 47.50
Aug. 30-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 25095 43.10
Aug. 30-W. L. Watson, salary .................. 25108 47.50
Aug. 30-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 25107 47.50
Sept. 1-Wm. A. Sessoms, salary ............... 25104 47.50
Sept. 3-C. M. Berry, salary .................. 25088 47.50
Sept. 4-L. R. Moore, salary ...... ............ 25100 47.50
Sept. 4-Ray J. Dorsett, salary .................. 25091 59.00
Sept. 9-A. W. Turner, salary ................. 25106 47.50
Sept. 23-James Mountain, salary ................ 28239 47.50
Sept. 23-C. E. Matthews, salary .............. 28235 47.50
Sept. 23-W. L. Watson, salary ...... ........... 28246 47.50
Sept. 23-Henry R. Tribble, salary ............... 28243 .47.50
Sep.t 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 28229 47.50
Sept. 23-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 28223 47.50
Sept. 23-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 28233 47.50
Sept. 23-J. W. Mathison, salary ..........'...... 28234 47.50
Sept. 23-J. C. Sechrest, salary .................. 28240 47.50
Sept. 24-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................ 28247 47.50
Sept. 24-Wm. Gomme, salary .................. 28230 47.50
Sept. 24-R. J. Hart, salary ................. ...28231 59.00
Sept. 24-L. R. Moore, salary ................... 28238 47.50














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 24-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 28237 47.50
Sept. 24-C. M. Berry, salary ................. 28224' 47.50
Sept. 24-J. J. Sechrest, salary ............... 28241 47.50
Sept. 25-R. T.' Kelly, salary ................... 28232 47.50
Sept. 25-Alfred Warren, salary ............... 28245 47.50
Sept. 25-R. A. Conkling, salary ................ 28227 47.50
Sept. 25-Mrs.' Grace F. Warren, salary ......... 21525 50.00
Sept. 25-R. I: Matthews, salary ................. 28236 47.50
Sept. 27-W. R. Briggs, salary .................... 28225 47.50
Oct. 4-J. G. Clemons, salary ................. 28226 47.50
Oct. 4-A. W. Turner, salary ................. 28244 47.50
Oct. 7-Wm. A. Sessoms, salary .................. 28242 47.50
Oct. 20-R. I. Matthews, salary ................. 30889 47.50
Oct. 22-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 30890 47.50
Sept. 22-Henry R. Tribble, salary ............... 30897. 47.50
Sept. 22-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 30888 47.50
Sept. 22-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................ 30901 47.50
Oct. 22-D. A. Armstrong, salary. ............... 30876 47.50
Oct. 22-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 30882 47.50
Oct. 22-C. M. Berry, salary .................... 30877 47.50
Oct. 22-J. C. Sechrest, salary ................... 30893 47.50
Oct. 22-J. W. Mathison salary, ................. 30887 47.50
Oct. 23-H. E. Stevens, salary .................... 30890 47.50
Oct. 23-Wm. Gomme, salary ..................... 20885 47.50
Oct. 23-C. D. Kime, salary ...................... 30886 47.50
Oct. 23-W. L. Watson, salary .................... 03000 47.50
Oct. 23-R. A. Conkling, salary....... ............ 30880 47.50
Oct. 25-Jas. Mountain, salary ................... 30892 47.50
Oct. 25-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ................... 30881 59.00
Oct. 25-R. J, Hart, salary .. ................... 30884 59.00
Oct. 25-A. W. Turner, salary .................... 30808 47.50
Oc.t 25-Alfred Warrcn, salary ................... 30899 47.50
Oct. 25-W. R, Briggs, salary ................... 30878 *47.50
Oct. 26-R. T. Kelly, salary ....................... 30885 47.50
Oct. 26-J. J. Sechrest, salary .. :.............. 30894 47.50
Oct. 26-J. G. Clemons, salary ................... 30879 47.50
Nov. 3-Wm. A. Sessoms, salary ................ 30895 47.50
Nov. 5-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ............... 28228 59.00
Nov. 5-L. R. Moore, salary .................... 30891 47.50
Nov. 17-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 33896 47.50
Nov. 18-Henry R. Tribble, salry ................ 33882 47.50
Nov. 18-D. A. Armstrong, salary .. ............. 33900 47.50
Nov. 18-W. L. Watson, salary. .................. 33879 47.50
Nov. 18-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 33901 52.50
Nov. 19-C. D. Kime, salary .. .................. 33892 47.50
Nov. 19-Wm. Gomme, salary ..................... 33895 47.50
Nov. 19-R. J. Hart, salary ..................... 33804 59.00
Nov. 19-C. M. Berry, salary .................... 33899 47.50
Nov. 19 J. C. Sechrest, salary .................. 33885 47.50
Nov. 19-R. I. Matthews, salary .. ............. ... .33889 47.50
Nov. 20-L, R. Moore, salary .............. ...... 33888 47.50
Nov. 19-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 33890 47.50
Nov. 20-James Mountain, salary ................ 33887 47.50'
Nov. 20-A. W. Turner, salary .................... 33881 47.50













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Paid. > In favor of. Warrant. Amount:
Nov. 20-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 33883 47.50
Nov. 20-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 33880 47.50
Nov. 20-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 33886 47.50
Nov. 20-J. W.,Mathison, salary ................... .33891 47.50
Nov. 22-R. T. Kelly, salary ....................... 33893 47.50
Nov. 22-L. W. Wilson, salary .................... 33878 47.50
Nov. 24-Wm. A. Sessoms, salary ................ 33884 47.50
Nov. 26-W. R. Briggs, salary .................... 33898 47.50
Nov. 28-R. A. Conkling, salary ....: ....... 33897 47.50
Dec.:21-R. I. Matthews, salary ......... ........ 36956 47.50
Dec. '22-W. E. Dunaway, salary ............... 36949 47.50
Dec. 22-R. A. Conkling, salary ................. 36947 .47.50
Dec. 23-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 36955 47.50
Dec. 23-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 36963 47.50
Dec. 23-Henry R. Tribble, salary ............... 36964 47.50
Dec. 23-Leo H. Wilson, salary ........ ....... 36968 47.50
Dec. 23-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... .36957 52.50
Dec. 23-W. L. Watson, salary ................. 36967 47.50
Dec. 23-R. T. Keeley, salary ................... 36952 47.50
Dec. 23-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 36944 47:50
Dec. 24-L. R. Moore, salary ................... 36958 47.50
Dec. 24-Roy D. Dorsett, salary ................ 36948 59.00
Dec. 24-James Mountain, salary ................ 36958 47.50
Dec. 24-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 36950 47.50
Dec. 24-C. M. Berry, salary ............ ...... 36945 47.50
Dec. 24-J. C. Sechrest, salary .................. 36960 47.50
Dec. 24-J. W.. Mathison, salary ................ 36954 47.50
Dec. 24-Wm. A. Sessoms, salary ... .. .......... 36962 47.50
Dec. 27-W. R. Briggs, salary ........ .......... 36946 47.50
Dec. 27-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 36966 47.50
Dec. 27-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 36961 47.50
Dec. 27-R. J. Hart, salary .................... .. 36951 59.00
Dec. 29-C. D. Kinne, salary ..................... 36953 47.50
Dec. 29-A. W. Turner, salary .................. 36965 47.50

Total disbursements during year ................ $ 20,511.14



WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1920.

Receipts during year, United States Government appropria-
tion .................................................$ 25,000.00
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 13,842.84

$ 38,842.84
Disbursements during year ......... ....... ......... 23,950.69
Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 ............. .$ 14,892.15

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.
Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-A. J. Strong, salary .................. 2044 .$ 222.26
Jan. 22-T. D. Smith, salary ................... 2043 180.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-J. L. McGhee, salary .................. 2036 230.00
Jan. 22-E. C. Beck, salary .................... 2039 150.00
Jan. 22-M. D. Cody, salary ...................... 2042 180.00
Jan. 22-W. H. Drane, salary .................. .- 2032 218.14
Jan. 22-A. B. Black, salary ................ .... 2038 180.00
Jan. 22-C, H. Willoughby, salary ............... 2033 230.00
Jan. 23-. E. Chandler, salary .................. 2034 230.00
Jan. 23-A. L. Shealcy, salary ................... 2037 220.00
Jan. 23- F. Rogers, salary ...................... 2040 180.00
Jan. 23- J. M. Farr, salary ......... ........... 2027 250.00
Jan. 24-J. I. Benton, salary ................... 2028 250.00
Jan. 24-T. M. Simpson, salary .................. 2031 220.00
Jan. 24-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 2029 240.00
Jan. 26-W. S. i;erry, salary .................... 2041 170.00
Jan. 20- D. Williams, salary ..................... 2045 25.00
Jan. 26-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 2035 230.00
Jan. 26--H. L. "Davis, salary ..................... 2030 230.00
Feb. 19- W. S. Perry, salary .................... 5243 170.00
Feb. 19-C. H. Willoughby, salary ................ 5236 230.00
Feb. 19-M. D. Cody, salary .......... ........... 5244 180.00
Feb. 19-E. C. Beck, salary ...................... 5248 '150.00
Feb. 21-W.. S. IIggins, salary .................. 5247 200.00
Feb. 21-H-. S. Davis, salary ...... ............. 5233 .230.00
Feb. 21-Frazier Rogers, salary ................... 5242 180.00
Feb. 21-A. L. Shealey, salary .................. 5240 220.00
Feb. 21-W. H. Drane, salary ................... 5235 218.14
Feb. 22-A. P. Black, salary .................... 5241 180.00
Feb. 22-T. D. Smith, salary ..................... 5245 180.00
Feb. 23-T. M. Simpson, salary .................. 5234 220.00
Feb. 23-J. R. Benton, salary .................. 5231 250.00
Feb. 23-R. E. Chandler, salary ................. 5237 230.00
Feb. 23-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 5238 230.00
Feb. 23-Duke Williams, salary. ................. 5249 25.00
Feb. 27-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 5232 240.00
Feb. 27-J. M. Farr, salary ..................... .5230 250.00
Feb. 27-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 5.246 222.26
Mar. 1-J. L. McGhee, salary ................... 5239 230.00
Mar. 18- E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 8313 150.00
Mar. 18-Frazier Rogers, salary ................'.. 8308 180.00
Feb. 23-R. E. Chandler, salary ........... 8303 230.00
Mar. 18-C. H. Willoughby, salary ................ 8302 230.00
Mar. 18-W. S. Perry, salary .................... 8309 170.00
Mar. 18-W. L. Floyd, salary ................... 8298 240.00
Mar. 18-P. L. Reed, salary .................... 8301 201.35
Mar. 18-T. D. Smith, salary ................... 8311 180.00
Mar. 18-M. D. Cody, salary ..................... 8310 180.00
Mar. 19-W. S. Higgins, salary ................. 8314 200.00
Mar. 19-J, L. McGhee, salary .................. 8305 230.00
Mar. 20-A. L. Shealey, salary .................. 8300 220.00
Mar. 20-A. P. Black, salary ...... ............. 8307 180.00
Mar. 23-J. E. Turlington, salary .............. 8304 230.00
Mar. 20-T.. M. Simpson, salary ................. 8300 220.00
Mar. 22-H. S. Davis, salary ........... ....... 8299 230.00
Mar. 22-J. Benton, salary .................... 8297 250.00
Mar. 24-J. M'. Farr, salary ..................... 8296 250.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 25-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 8312 222,26
Apr. 21-J. R. Benton, salary ..................... 12214 250.00
Apr. 21-T. D. Smith, salary ................... 12221 180.00
Apr. 21-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 12217 201.43
Apr. 21-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 12215 '240.00
Apr. 21-H. L. Davis, salary ........ ........ 12216 230.00
Apr. 26-R. E. Chandler, salary ................. 12218 230.00
Apr. 26-W. S. Perry, salary ........... .......... 12220 170.00
May 1-J. M. Farr, salary ..................... 12213 250.00
May 1-J. L. McGhee, salary ................... 12219 227.00
Oct. 21-P. L. Reed, salary .................. .. 30007 230.00
Oct. 21-Alex Bresth, salary ................... 30916 125.00
Oct. 21-J. R. Benton, salary .................... 30003 250.00
Oct. 21-A. P. Black, Jr., salary ................ 30912 200.00
Oct. 21-W. D. Cody, salary .................... 30014 190.00
Oct. 21--A. L. Shealy, salary .................... 30011 230.00
Oct. 21-W. S. Perry, salary .................... 30913 180.00
Oct. 21-A. J. Strong, salary ........: ........... 30915 210.00
Oct. 22-E. C. Beck, salary ........... ......... 30017 180.00
Oct. 22-H-: S. Davis, salary .................... 30905 230.00
Oct. 22-T. R. Leigh, salary ....................:.. 30010 230.00
Oct. 22-C. L.. Willoughby, salary ................ 30908 230.00
Oct. 22-J. M. Simpson, salary .................. 30006 230.00
Oct. 22-J. M. Farr, salary ................... 30002 250.00
Oct. 25-W. J. Floyd, salary .......... '......... 30904 240.00
Oct. 27-W. T. Holmes, salary .................. 30009 210.00
Nov. 18-M. D. Cody, salary .................... 33807 190.00
Nov. 18-A. L. Shealey, salary .................. 33804 230.00
Nov. 18-A. P. Black, Jr., salary ................ 33805 200.00
Nov. 18-T. R. Leigh, salary .................... 33803 230.00
Nov. 18-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 33808 210.00
Nov. 18-Alex Bresth. salary ..................... 33809 172.85
Nov. 18-P. L. Reed, salary ...................... 33800 230.00
Nov. 18-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 33796 250.00
Nov. 19-T. M. Simpson, salary ................. 33799 230.00
Nov. 19-C. L. Willoughby, salary................ 33801 230.00
Nov. 19-W. S. Perry, salary .................... 33806 180.00
Nov. 19-E. C. Beck, salary ........... ........... 33810 180.00
Nov. 19-J. M. Farr,. salary .................... 33795 250.00
Nov. 20-H. S. Davis, salary .................... 33798 230.00
Nov. 20-W. L. Floyd, salary ..................... 33797 240.00
Nov. 26-W. T. Holmes, salary ................. 33802 210.00
Dec. 20-W. D. Cody, salary .................... 30032 190.00
Dec. 20-E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 36935 180.00
Dec. 20-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 36934 170.00
Dec. 22-W. L. Floyd, salary ................... 36923 240.00
Dec. 22-W. S. Perry, salary ..................... 36931 180.00
Dec. 22-C. L. Willoughby, salary .............. 36926" 230.00
Dec. 22-A. L. Shealey, salary ................... 36929 230.00
Dec. 22-T. R. Leigh, salary ..................... 36928 230.00
Dec. 22-A. P. Black, Jr., salary ................. 36930 200.00
Dec. 22-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 36925 230.00
Dec. 22-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 36033 210.00
Dec. 22-W. T. Holmes, salary .................. 36927 210.00












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 22-J. M. Simpson, salary .................. 36924 230.00
Dec. 22-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 36922 250.00
Dec. 23-J. M. Farr, salary ....................... 36921 250.00

Total Disbursements during year .................... $ 23,050.69





AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES-MORRILL FUND

Receipts during year, United States Government appropria-
tion ..................................................$ 25,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 17,450.28

S$ 42,450.28
Disbursements during year ......... ...... ............ 26,904.31

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 .................. ..$ 15,545.97

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 17-T.: S. Johnson, service .................... 070. $ 80.00
Jan. 17-W. Pendarvis,' service ................... 2075 75.00
Jan. 17-S. H. Daniels, service ................. 31190 20.00
Jan. 17-L. Alexander, Jr., service ............... 2062 80.00
Jan. 17-P. G. Bruce, service ................... .2065 80.00
Jan. 19--S. A. Thorne, service .................. 2004 70.00
Jan. 19-C. B. Moon, service ..................... 2090 70.00
Jan. 19-J. G. Lumpkin, service ..... .fl......... 2073 75.00
Jan. 1--L. M. Cropper, service ................ 2082 55.00
Jan. 19-G. Williams, service .................... 2096 20.00
SJan. 19-D. Clemons, service .................... 2008 11.00
Jan. 19-Mrs, J. A. Davis, service ................ 2083 20.00
Jan. 19- J. A. Calvin, service ................... 2080 80.00
Jan. 19-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 2120 3.63
Jan. 19-L. W. Black, service .................... .2063 70.00
Jan. 19-B. L. Waits, service .................... 2078 100.00
Jan. 19-E. B. Jones ..................:........ .071 100.00
Jan. 19-W. H. A. Howard, service. ............. 2069 110.00
Jan. 19-M. J. Todd, service .................... .20005 40.00
Jan. 19-M.. R. Brooks, service.. ................ 2079 75.00
Jan. 20-Capital City Jobbing House, cloth ........ 2108 9.40
Jan, 20-L. H. Craig, service ................. 2081 85,00
Jan. 20-A. L. Mebane, service ................ 2074 100.00
Jan. 20-E. E. Broughton service ,,; ............. 2064 60.00
Jan. 20-M, Lewis, service ................... 2088 40.00
Jan. 20-A. E. Rambeau, service .................. 2076 50.00
Jan. 20-E. C. May, service .................... 2089 .75.00
Jan. 21-Mrs. D. A. "Starks, service .............. 2003 20.00
Jan. 21-R. W. Duval & Co., sundries.....,,... ..2110 14.70
Jan. 21-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ........... 2100 26.60













74

Paid. in favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 21- A. Floyd, service ...................... 2099 20.00
Jan. 21-H. It. Kaufman, service ............... 2113 2.00
Jan. 21-0. V. Van Brunt, sundries ........ ..... 2114 4.15
Jan. 21-E. L. Robinson, service ................. 2092 50.00
Jan. 21-G. IIardep, service ................... 2067 80.00
Jan. 21-Board of Public Works, gas, etc. ......... 2101 103.37
Jan. 21-H. F. Coleman, service ..... ........... 2066 00.00
Jan. 22-W. N. Lowe, service ................... 2072 70.00
Jan. 22-Yaeger-Hhodes Hardware Co., hardware.. 2103 79.18
Jan. 22-R. J. Hawkins, service ................. 2068 00.00
Jan. 22-S. A. Jenkins, service ................... 2087 55.00
Jan. 22- E. O. Paige, service ..................: 2091 8.00
Jan. 22-H. Thomas, service .................... 2077 55.00
Jan. 22-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries ........... 2111 3.75
Jan. 22-H. D. Forbes, service ................... 2084 15.00
Jan. -23-Tampa Morning Tribune, subscription... 2116 8.00
Jan. 23-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline ............. 2102 2.60
Jan. 24-Princeton University, President, sundries. 27984 1.58
Jan. 24-V. Hilyer, gasoline ...................... 2086 35.00
Jan. 26-Sam'l Bingham Sou. Mfg. Co., sundries.. 2104 9.06
Jan. 26-Baker & Taylor Co., sundries .......... 2118 1.97
Jan. 26-Whitcomb & Barrow, sundries ......... 2106 1.50
Jan. 26-Pichard Bros., lumber ................. 2112 .3.90
Jan. 20-Educational Review, subscription ....... 2105 3.00
Jan. 27-The Outlook Co., subscription ......... 2119 4.00
Jan. 28-H1.. W. WFilson Co., subscription ...... 2107 9.10
Jan. 28-G. P. Putnam's Sons, book ............. 2117 1.90
Jan. 28-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries .......... 2100 20.53
Jan. 28-B. W. Huebsch, book .. ................ 2115 1.43
Jan. 29-Eimer & Amend, wire ................. 2097 10.10
Feb. 6-S. L. Hargrove, service ............... 2085 50.00
Feb. 16-Board of Public Works, electricity ...... 5228 11.40
Jan. 16-G. Harden, service .... .................. 5163 80.00'
Feb. 16-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 5229 102.63
Feb. 16-S. H. Daniels, service ................. 5162 10.00
Feb. 16-W. N. Lowe, service ................... 5168 70.00
Feb. 16-Dewey Clements, service ................ 5222 11.00
Feb. 16-W. Bisson, service ....................... 5212 22.00
Jan. 16-J. A. Calvin, service ..................... 5176 30.00
Feb. 16-T. S. Johnson, service ........... ...... 5166 80.00
Feb. 16-J. G. Lumpkin, service .................. 5169 75.00
Feb. 16-W. R. Brooks, service ................... 5175 75.00
Feb. 16- R. G. Bruce, service .................... 5160 80.00
Feb. 16-A. L. Mebane, service ................... 5170 100.00
Feb. 16-E. L. Robinson, service ..-............... 5188 50.00
Feb. 16-IH. F. Coleman, service ... ............. 5161 90.00
Feb. 17-W. L. Norton, sundries ......... ........ 5212 2.91
Feb. 17-Pendleton's Store, sundries ..... ......... 5197 11.95
Feb. 17--P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ............. 5204 9.24
Feb. 17-L. H. Craig, service .................... 5177 85.00.
Feb. 17-Mrs. J. A. Starks, service .............. 5189 20.00
Feb. 17-H. R. Kaufman, sundries .............. 5215 8.00
Feb. 17-Clark's Book Store, sundries ........... 5216 14.20
Feb. 17-E. E. Broughton, service ............... 5159 60.00













75


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 17-W. H. A. Howard, service ............. 5165 110.00
Feb. 17-Levi Alexander, service ..'.............. 5157 80.00
Feb. 17-E. B. Jones, service ..................... .5167 100.00
Jan. 17-Homer Thomas, service ................. 5173 55.00
Feb. 17-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 5227 134.00
Feb. 17-L. M. Cropper, service ................ 5178 55.00
Feb. 17-Geo. Williams, service ................. 5214 20.00
Feb. 17-R. J. Iawkins, service ................. 5164 90.00
Feb. 17-B. L. Waits, service .................. 5174 100.00
Feb. 17-J. W. Collins & Co.,.sundries ............ 5206 41.99
Feb. 17-W. Pendarvis, service .................. 5171 75.00
Feb. 17-Cogswell's Cash Store, supplies ......... 5205 18.65
Feb. 17-M. J. Todd, service ..................... 5191 40.00
Feb. 18-T. B. Byrd & Son, sundries ............ 5207 6.40
Feb. 18-Yaeger'-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware.... 5201 80.89
Feb. 18-Daily and Weekly Democrat, sundries .... 5199 1.50
Feb. 18-Capital City Jobbing House, sundries ... 5192 14.28
Feb. 18-H. D. Forbes, service ................. 5180 15.00
Feb. 18-S. A. Thorne, service .................. 5190 70.00
Feb. 18-S. L. Hargrove, service ................ 5181 50.00
Feb. 19-R. W. Duval & Co., supplies ........ 5198 22.25
Feb. 19-Chas. Williams, hardware ............... 5219 50.24
Feb. 19- A. Floyd, service ..................... 5223 20.00
Feb. 19- E.. 0. Paige, sundries ................... 5226, 7.85
Feb. 19-E. O. Paige, service ................... 5187 85.00
Feb. 19-Tallahassee Fruit & Grocery Co., service.. 5193 26.00
Feb. 20-H. & W. B. Drew Co., service ............ 5196 15.70
Feb. 20-W. E.. Gray, service .................. 5211 25.00
Feb. 20-Walker & Black, sundries ............. 5220 3.08
Feb. 20-A. E. Rambeau, .service ................. 5172 50.00
Feb. 20-Mrs. J. A. Davis, service ................ 5179. .20.00
Feb. 21-Pensacola Journal, subscription .......... 5213 6.50
Feb. 21-American Type Founders Co., sundries.... 5221 P3.00
Feb. 21-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ............ 5218 16.60
Feb. 21-L. W. Black, service ................. 5158 70.00
Feb. 21-S. A. Jenkins, service ................. 5183 55.00
Feb. 21-C. B.- Moon, service .................. 5186 70.00
Feb. 24-E. C. May, service .................. 5185 75.00
Feb. 25-Inland Printer Co., subscription ......... 5217 4.00
Feb. 25-Palmer Co., subscription ................ 5203 3.00
Feb. 26-Elmer & Amend, sundries ............. 5224 96.03
Feb. 26-M. Lewis, service .... ................ 5184 40.00
Feb. 26-Central Scientific Co., chemicals ........ 5225 31.49
Feb. 27--E. J. Drake & Co., sundries ........... 5208 7.97
Feb. 27-New York Tribune, subscription ...... 5114 10.00
Feb. 27-Houghton, Mifflin & Co., subscription.... 5202 1.60
Mar. 1-The Mentor Assn., subscription ......... 5209 4.00
Mar. 1-Bruce Publishing Co., subscription ...... 5195 3.70
Mar. 6-Trained Nurse'& Hospital Review, subsc.. 5200 2.50
Mar. 11-V. Hilyer, service ..................... 5182 35.00
Mar. 13-R. G. Bruce, service ........... ......... 8224 80.00
Mar. 15-W. N. Lowe, service ........... .......... 8232 70.00
Mar, 15-E. E. Broughton, service ............. 8223 60.00
Mar. 15-A. L. Mebane, service ..................... 8234 100.00


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76

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 15-Levi Alexander, Jr., service ............ 8221 80.00
Mar. 15-J. S. Lumpkin, service ................. 8238 75.00
Mar. 15-W. -Pendarvis, service .................. 8235 75.00
Mar. 15-T. S. Johnson, service ................. 8230 80.00
Mar. 15-J. A. Calvin, service ................... 8240 30.00
Mar. 15-L. W. Black, service .................. 8222 70.00'
Mar. 15-M. R. Brooks, service .................. 8239 75.00
Mar. 15-A. E. Rambeau, service ................. 8236 50.00
Mar. 15-H. F. Coleman, service ................ 8225 90.00
Mar. 16-L. H. Craig, service .................. 8241 85.00
Mar. 16-S. H. Daniels, service .................. 8226 20.00
Mar. 16-Homer Thomas, service ................ 8237 55.00
Mar. 16-B. L. Waits, service ................... 8238 100.00
Mar. 16-E. C. May, service .................... 8249 75.00
Mar. 16-H. D. Forbes, service .' .............. 8244 15.00
Mar. 16-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. 8229 110.00
Mar. 16-S. A. Jenkins, service ................. 8247 55.00
Mar. 16-S. L. Hargrove, service ................ 8245 50.00
Mar. 17-G. Harden, service .... .............. 8227 80.00
Mar. 18-Mrs. J. A. Starks, service ............... 8253 20.00
Mar. 18-M. J. Todd, service ...................... 8255 40.00
Mar. 18-A. Floyd, service ...................... 8266 20.00
Mar. 18-L. M. Cropper, service ................ 8242 55.00
Mar. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 8295 16.80
Mar. 18-W. Bisson, service ...................... 8264 11.00
Mar. 18-Dewey Clements, service .............. .8267 11.00
Mar. 18-E. O. Paige, service ...................... 8251 85.00
Mar. 19-Pendleton's Store, sundries ............. 8287 1.50
Mar. 19-Lewis Staae Bank (for T. J. Appleyard)
stationery .................... ......... 8263 11.90
Mar. 19-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ............ 8279 26.78
Mar. 19-W. L. Marshall, service ................ 8291 125.00
Mar. 20-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware.. 8280 50.87
Mar. 20-Capital City Grocery Co., oats .......... 8260 12.50
Mar. 20-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries ..........., 8261 14.15
Mar. 20-Board of Iublic Works, electricity ...... 8276 16.50
Mar. 20-Hills Book Store, sundries .............. 8271 3,50
Mar, 20-R. W. Duval & Co., sundries ............ 8283 13.80
Mar. 20-Chas. Williams, hardware .............. 8273 161.97
Mar. 20-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed ....,...... 8270 58.50
Mar. 20-George Williams, service ................. 8265 20.00
Mar. 20-E. L, Robinson, service ................ 8252 50.00
Mar. 20-E. B. 'Jones, service. ................. 8231 100.00
Mar. 22-Tallahassee Grocery Co., oats .......... 8259 11.25
Mar. 22-Logan Coal & Supply Co., coal .......... 8258 14.00
Mar. 22-H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery ........ 8294 16.42
Mar. 22-M. E. Lewis, service ................... 8248 40.00
Mar. 22-E. C. Atkins & Co., sundries ............ 8257 2.82
Mar. 22-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ............ 8292 21.00
Mar. 22-C. B. Mason, service .................. 8250 70.00
Mar. 23-H. R. Kaufman, sundries ......* ....... 8260 5.00
Mar. 23-R. J. Hawkins, service ................ 8228 90.00
Mar. 24-Bloomfield Seed Co., potatoes ........... 8272 17.00
Mar. 24-Eugene Dietzgen Co., sundries .... ...... 8290 2.51
Mar. 24-T. B. Byrd & Son, sundries ............ 8262 6.80













77


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 24-Milton-Bradley Co., cane ............... 8293 3.10
Mar. 25-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline, etc. .......... 8288 2.40
Mar. 26-Curtis Publishing Co., subscription ...... 8282 1.75
Mar. 26-Mrs. J. A. Davis, service .............. 8243 20.00
Mar. 26-Mrs. E. H. Martin, sundries ,........... 8274 55.93
Mar. .26-S. A. Thorne, service .................. 8254 70.00
Mar. 27-Whitcomb & Barrows, sundries ...... ... 8281 1.90
Mar. 27-Negro Year Book Co., book ............. 8289 1.25
Mar. 29-Cleveland Twist Drill Co., twist drill .... 8286 4.24
Mar. 29-Literary Digest, subscription ............ 8268 4.00
Mar. 29-Keystoie View Co., sundries ............ 8285 19.60
Mar. 30- V. Hilycr, service ..................... 8246 35.00
Apr. 1-Eimer & Amend, sundries .............. 8278 12.62
Apr. 1-Elmer & Amend, chemicals, etc. ........... 8277 56.13
Apr. 2-John Hopkins Press, book ............... 8256 5.00
Apr. 3-Library Bureau, books ................. 8284 14.18
Apr. 19-H. P. Coleman, service ................. 12295 96.00
Apr. 19-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries ............ 12341 20.15
Apr. 19-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware. 12335 69.60
Apr. 19-E. E. Broughton, service ............... 12293 60.00
Apr. 19- L. H. Craig, service ................... 12311 85.00.
Apr. 19-M. R. Brooks, service ......... ......... 12309 75.00
Apr. 19-A. E. Rambeau, service ................ 12306 50.00
Apr. 20-G. Harden, service .................... 12297 80.00
Apr. 20-Board of Public Works, electricity ....... 12326 106.21
Apr. 20-W. N. Lowe, service ................... 12302 '70.00
Apr. 20-Hicks' Drug Store, drugs .............. 12328 3.75
Apr. 20-M. J. Todd, service .................... 12325 40.00
Apr. 20-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries .......... 12342 50.52
Apr. 20-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 12304 100.00
Apr. 20-Lewis State Bank (for T. J. Appleyard)
stationery ......................... 12332 16.90
Apr. 20-C. B. Moon, service .................... 12320. 70.00
Apr. 20-J. G. Lumpkin, service :............... 12303 75.00
Apr. 20-L. W. Black, service ................... 12292 70.00
Apr. 20-T. S. Johnson, service .................. 12300 80.00
Apr. 20-Mrs. J. S. Starks, service ............... 12323 30.00
Apr. 20-J. A.- Calvin, service ................... 12310 30.00
Apr. 20-Capital Grocery Co., oats ............... 12331 18.75
Apr. 20-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 12354 40.45
Apr. 20-Dewey Clements, service .............. 12350 11.00
Apr. 20-Wheelock Bisson, service ............... 12348 11.00
Apr. 20-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries ............... 12330 28.00
Apr. 20-W. Pendarvis. service .................... 12305 75.00
Apr. 20-Homer Thomas, service ................. 12307 55.00
Apr. 20-. G. Bruce, service ..................... 12294 80.00
Apr. 20-L. M. Cropper, service ................. 12312 55.00
Apr. 20-B. L. Waits, service ................... 12308 100.00
Apr. 20-Levi Alexander, service ................. 12291 80.00
Apr. 20-R. J. Hawkins, service ......... ..... 12298 90.00
Apr. 20-E. L. Robinson, service ................ 12322 50.00
Apr, 20-W. H. A. Howard, service ............... 12299 110.00
Apr. 20-H. D. Forbes, service. .................. 12314 15.00
Apr. 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........... 12334 7.70
Apr. 21-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline ............... 12333 1.40













.78


Paid.. In favor of.


Warrant. Amount.


Apr. 21-S. H. Dandiels, service ................ 12296
Apr. 21-E. B. Jones, service .................... 12301
Apr. 21-E. C. May, service ..................... 12319
Apr. 21-Chas. Williams, hardware .............. 12336
Apr. 22-R. W. Duval & Co. ................... 12340
Apr. 23-Bloomeld Seed Co., seed ................ 12343
Apr. 23-Geo. Williams, service ............ ..... 12340
Apr. 23-E. O. Page, service ................. .... 12321
Apr. 23-E. 0. Page, sundries .................. 12347
Apr. 23-Mrs. J. A. Davis, services .............. 12313
Apr. 23-S. A. Jenkins, service .................. 12317
Apr. 23-S. A. Thorne, service .................. 12324
Apr. 24-Tallahassee Fruit & Grocery Co., oats .. .'. 12320
Apr. 24-Pendleton's Store, sundries ............ 12344


Apr. 24-S. L. Hargrove, service .................
Apr. 24-M. E. Lewis, service ...................
Apr. 26-Keystone Poultry Yard, sundries .........
Apr. 27-Building Age, subscription ......... .. .
Apr. 29-Eugene Dictzgen Co., sundries ....... ..
Apr. 29-American Blacksmith Co., subscription ....
Apr. 29-Elmer & Amend, sundries .............
Apr. 29-Elmer & Amend, sundries ..............
Apr. 29-Gregg Publishing Co., charts ............
May 3-Illustrated Milliner, subscription ........
May 8-V. Hilyer, service .......................
May 14-G.' Harden, service .....................
May 14-E. C. Broughton, service ...............
May 14-Dewey Clements, service ... ...........
May 14-W. Pendarvis, service ........ .......
May 15-M. E. Lewis, service ..................
May 15-Levi Alexander, service ................
May 15-T. S. Johnson, service ...............
May 15--E. L. Robinson, service ..............
May 15--W.' H. A. Howard, service .............
May 15-M.. R. Brooks, service ................
May 15-H. F. Coleman, service ..............
May 17-Leon Electrical Supply Co., sundries ....
May 17-Lewis State Bank (T. J. Appleyard), sound.
May 17-Yates Grocery Co., oats ...............
May 17-A. L. Mebane, service ..................
May 17-M. J. Todd, service ..................
May 47-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ...........
May 17-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ..........
May 17-H1. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........
May 17-R. G. Bruce, service ........ ...........
May 18-L. H. Craig, service ...... ..............
May 18-R.' W. Duval & Co., sundries ...........
May 18-W. N. Lowe, service ..................
May 18-T. B. Byrd & Son, sundries .............
May 18-L. W. .Black, .service ........ .........
May 18-J. A. Calvin, service .............
May 18-L. M. Cropper, service ................
May 18-E. B. Jones, service ..................
May 18-Chas. Williams, sundries ... .............
May 18--E C. May, service ..................


12315
12318
12327
12353
12345
12337
12352
12351
12330
12338
12316
15120
15125
15159
15137
15150
15123
15132
15154
15131
15141
15127
15172
15175
15104
15136
15137
15166
.15162
15161
15126
15143
15181
15134
15173.
15124
15142
15144
15133
15180
15151


20.00
100.00
75.00
34.70
24.65
21.35
20.00
85.00
3.04
20.00
55.00
70.00
16.00
7.45
50.00
40.00
28.00
2.00
16.83
1.00
11.10
6.70
2.50
8.00
35.00
80.00
60.00
0.25
75.00
40.00
80.00
80.00
50.00
110.00
75.00
00.00
2.40
3.00
36.00
100.00
40.00
37.20
10.22
8.72
80.00
85.00
6.80
70.00
3.50
70.00
30.00
55.00
100.00
33.35
75.00














79


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 18-Mrs. J. A. Davis, 'service .............. 15145' 20.00
May 18--B.. L. ats, service ................. 15140 100.00
May 18-Homer Thomas, service ................. 15139 55.00
May 18-8. A. Thorne, service ................. 15156 70.00
May 18-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................ 15135 75.00
May 18-R. J. Hawkins, service ................ 15130 00.00
May 18-E. H. Martin service, ................... 12346 4.48
May 18-S. L. Hargrove, service ................. 15147 50.00
May 19-Bloomfield Seed Co., seed ................ 1517 13.25
May 19-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ......... .. 15170 31.59
May 19-City of Tallahassee, water, lights ...... 15182 56.88
May 19-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hdwe...... 15168 17.15
May 19-J. W. Collins & Co., groceries .......... 15171 17.74
May 19-V. Hilyer, service .................... 15148 35.00
May 19-A. E. Rambeau, service ................ 15138 50.00
May 20-Mrs. I. S. Starks, service ............... 15155 20.00
May 20-Gulf Refining Co., oil ................ 15160 2.15
May 20-H. G. Hastings Co., seed .............. 15169 2.26
May 20-S. A. Jenkins, service ................. 15149 55.00
May 20-E. 0. Paige, service .................. 15153 85.00
May 20-Geo. Wililams, service ................. 15158 20.00
May 22-Eugene Dietzgen Co., sundries .......... 15165 1.11
May 24-Bluff City Broom Corn Co., sundries .... 15177 1.32
May 24-Sears, Roebuck & Co., sundries ......... 15176 2.45
May 25-Popular Mechanics Co., subscription. 15174 3.00
May 26-W. M. Welch Mfg. Co., apparatus ...... 15163 10.92
May 26-Singer, Sewing Mch. Co., service ........ 15170 0.95
May 28-S. H. Daniels, service ................. 15128 20.00
May 29-C. B. Moon, service .................. 15152 70.00
May 29-E. 0. Paige, sundries ................ 15178 4.35
June 8-H. D. Forbes, service ................. 15146 15.00
June 22-R. G. Bruce, service .................... 18710 80.00
June 22- E. B. Jones, service .................... 18717 100.00.
June 23-G. Harden, service .................... 18713 80.00
June 23-M. J. Todd( service ................... 18740 40.00
June 23- S. II. Daniels, service ................. 18712 20.00
June 23-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 18741 606.33
June 23-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 18720 100.00
June 23-W. H. A. Howard, service ............. 18715 110.00
June 23-Levi Alexander, service ................ 18707 80.00
June 23-W. N. Lowe, service ................... 18718 70.00
June 23-J. A. Calvin, service ................... 18726 30.00
June 23-L. H. Craig, service .................. 18727 85.00
June ,23-L. W. Black, service .................. 18708 70.00
June 23-W. Pendarvis, service .................... 18721 75.00
June 23-S. L. Hargrove, service ................. 18781 50.00
June 23-H. F. Coleman, service ................ 18711 90.00
June 23-M. R. Brooks, service ................. 18725 75.00
June 24--V. Hilyer, service ............ 18732 35.00
June 24-E. C. May, service .................... 18735 75.00
June 24-E. L. Robinson, service ................ 18738 50.00
June 24-L. M. Cropper, service ................. 18728 55.00
June 24-E. U. Paige, service .................. 18737 85.00
June 24--J. G. Lumpkins, service ..... .......... 18719 75.00














80

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 24-M. E. Lewis, service ................... 18734 40.00
June 28-E. J. McKearney, sundries .............. 8275 1.00
June 24-E. E. Broughton, service .............. 18709 60.00
June 28-F. S. Johnson, service ................. 18716 80.00
June 28-B. L. Waits, service ...... : ........... 18724 100.00
June 28-R. J. Hawkins, service ................. 18714 90.00
June 30-Mrs. J. A. Davis, service .................. 18729 20.00
June 30-Homer Thomas, service ................. 18723 55.00
July 1-H. D. Forbes, service .................. 18730 15.00
July 3-E. B. Moon, service ................... 18736 70.00
July 6-A. E. Rambeau, service ................ 18722 50.00
July 9-S. A. Jenkins, service ................ 18733 55.00
July.19-S. A. Tlorne, service ................ 18739 70.00
July 21-Yatcs Grocery Co., feed .................. 21980. .65
July 21-L. W. Black, service ................. 21942 70.00
July 21-Dewey Clements, service .................21959 8.25
July 21-Wheelock Bisson, service .............. 21958 22.00
July 21-J. A. Calvin, service .................. 21946 12.50
July 21-A. Floyd, service ....................... 21969 20.00
July 21-Geo. Williams, service .................. 21960 20.00
July 21-R. G. Bruce, service ....................... 21939 80.00
July 22-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries ............ 21979 9.95
July 22-City of Tallahassee, water, gas, etc. ..... 21982 285.50
July 22-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 21943 100.00
July 22-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hdwe. ....... 21984 67.00
July 22-Daily Democrat, paper ................... 21965 10.00
July 22-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ........... 21956 1.28
July 22-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ............ 21978 2.05
July 22-R. W. Duval & Co., sundries ............ 21972 3.50
July 22-R. W. Duval & Co., sundries ............ 21955 6.90
July 22-T. B. Byrd & Son, sundries ............. 21954 2.25
July 23--3. R. Brooks, service .................. 21945- 75.00
July 23-E. C. May, service .................... 21947 75.00
July 23-Walker & Black, sundries .............. 21968 13.33
July 23-Walker & Black, sundries .............. 21981 1.36
July 23-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 21985 115.85
July 23-E. G. Young, sundries .................. 21989 1.)'00
July 23-Walter Pendarvis, service .............. 21944 75.00
July 23-Cogswell's Cash Store, sundries ............ 21986 23.55
July 23-Chas. Williams, sundries ................ 21977 31.60
July 23-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries .............. 21967 5.55
July 23-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................. 21941 75.00
July 24-Conroy Co., paint ..................... 21970 22.00
July 24-H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery ........ 21961 6.44
July 24-W. H. A. Howard, service ............... 21940 110.00
July 26-E. 0. Pange,. service .................. 21948 85.00
July 26-Pichard Bros., lumbeyr ................ 21950 10.53
July 26-Pichard Bros., lumber .......... ........ 21964 21.88
July 26-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline .............. 21962 1.55
July 26-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ............. 21975 28.50
July 26-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ............. 21951 2.55
July 26-Milton Bradley Co., cane ............... 21974 3.08
July 28-Cleveland Twist Drill Co., sundries ..... 21953 1.67
July 26-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 21983 12.25













81

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 30-Huther Bros. Saw Mfg. Co., sundries.... 21963 16.09
July 31-W. M. Welch Mfg. Co., sundries ........ 21952 4.53
July 31-Dodd, Mead & Co., year book ............ 21976 5.85
Aug. 2-Sam'I Bigham's Son Mfg. Co., sundries... 21957 6.60
Aug. 5-W. L. Norton, sundries ................. 21966 2.82
Aug. 5-W. L. Norton, sundries ................ 21971 3.15
Aug. 6-H. W. Wilson Co., subscription .......... 21973 7.50
Aug. 14-N. B. Young, bills paid ........... ..... 25131 25.50
Aug. 14-N. B. Young, service .................. 25116 50.00
Aug. 14-E. C. May, service .................... 25119 75.00
Aug. 14-Ordnance Dept., Bridgeport, sundries ..... 25125 185.55
Aug. 14-E. G. Young, service .................. 25121 30.00
Aug. 14-II. D. Forbes, service .................. 25118 35.00
Aug. 14--M. R. Brooks, service .................. 25117 75.00
Aug. 16-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ........... 25126 5.70
Aug. 16-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 25115 115.00
Aug. 17-E. 0. Page, service .................... 25120 85.00
Aug. 17-L. W. Black, service .................. 25112 70.00
Apr. 17- R. G. Bruce, service .................... 25113 80.00
Aug. 17-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................ 25114 40.00
Aug. 17-' Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware ... 25128 79.00
Aug. 17-City of Tallahassee, electricity ......... 25130 6.54
Aug. 23-American Mlachinist, subscription ........ 25122 5.00
Aug. 26-The New Republic, subscription ......... 25123 5.00
Aug. 26-Boston Transcript Co., subscription ...... 25124 10.00
Sept. 2-Sam'l Bingham's Son Mfg. Co., sundries.. 25129 9.06
'Sept. 3-Clark's Jewelry & Book Store, sundries .. 25127 5.20
Sept. 20-A. L. Mebane, service ................. 28293 115.00
Sept. 20-N. B. Young, service .................. 28294 50.00
Sept. 20-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................ 28202 40.00
Sept. 20-R1. G. Bruce, service .................... 28299 30.03
Sept. 21-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 28305 40.79
Sept. 21-L. W. Black, service .................. 28290 70.00
Sept. 21-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed ............. 28302 42:50
Sept. 21-Cogswell's Cash Store, groceries ........ 28296 19.20
Sept. 21-P. T. Mickler, groceries ................ 28304 5.35
Sept. 21-A. A. Turner, sundries ................ 28303 57.00
Sept. 22-City of Tallahassee, water, etc ......... 28298 116.99
Sept. 22-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware 28300 129.04
Sept. 22-R. W. Duval Co., sundries ............. 28301 13.50
Sept. 23-S. L. Hargroves, service ................ 28291 50.00
Sept. 27-S. Y. Gillan, books .................... 28297 18.65
Oct. 2- 0. C. Parker, service ................... 28295 13.50
Oct. 19-H. M. Scott, service ....................... 30927 30.00
Oct. 19-IIll's Book Store, stationery ............ 30937 5.60
Oct. 19-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 30926 57.50
Oct. 19-R. G. Bruce, service ................... 30936 24.64
Oct. 19-11. D. Forbes, service .................. 30924 52.50
Oct. 20-City of Tallahassee, gas, etc. ............ 30939 106.50
Oct. 20-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................. 30920 40.00
Oct. 20-A. L. Mebane, service ...... ............ 30821 115.00
Oct. 20-Lewis State Bank for T. J. Appleyard, pa-
per .................................. 30932 4.00
Oct. 20-L. W. Black, service ................... 30918 70.00
Oct. 20-N. B. Young, service ................... 30923 50.00

6-Treas.












82

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 20-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 30942 8.81
Oct. 20-W. H. A. Howard, service' .............. 30919, 62.50
Oct. 20-Walter Pendarvis, service ............... .30922 75.00
Oct. 20-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 30941 5.00
Oct. 21-Yaegcr-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware... 30940 7.15
Oct. 22-Standard Oil Co., gas .................. 30935 3.30
Oct. 22-S. L. Hargrove, service ................. 30925 50.00
Oct. 23-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline .............. 30934 3.25
Oct. 25-Sam'l Bingham's Sons Mfg. Co., sundries.. 30931 7.96
Oct. 28-The Survey (New York), subscription... 30929 5.00
Oct. 29-Trade News Publishing. Co., subscription .. 30930 2.00
Nov. 1-New York Age, subscription ............ 30933 4.00
Nov. 1-Painters Magazine Co., subscription .. ... 30938 2.00
Nov. 17-T. S. Johnson, salary .................. 33918 50.00
Nov. 17-Walter Pendarvis, salary ............... 33824 80.00
Nov. 17-Levi Alexander, Jr., salary ............ 33811 90.00
Nov. 17-M. I. Gadsden, salary .................. 33834 85.00
Nov. 17-H. D. Forbes, salary ................... 33833 35.00
Nov. 17-M. E. Brooks, salary .................. 33829 80.00
Nov. 17- B. R. Dent, salary ..................... 33832 75.00
Nov. 18-E. E. Broughton, salary ................ 33814 90.00
Nov. 18-R. G. Bruce, salary .................... 33813 25.00
Nov. 18-N. B. Young, salary .................... 33828 50.00
Nov. 18-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid .............. 33850 9.94
Nov. 18-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 33823 90.00
Nov. 18-E. B. Jones, service .................... 33820 110.00
Nov. 18-Mrs. E. P. Jones, service ............... 33838 25.00
Nov. 18-Geo. Williams, service ................. 33849 15.00
Nov. 18-L. W. Black, service ................... 33812 75.00
Nov. 18--II. F. Coleman, service ................. 33815 80.00
Nov. 19-Jacob Baldwin, service ....... ......... 33855. 18.00
Nov. 18-Samuel Lewis, service ................. 33854 15.00
Nov. 18-Wheeler Bisson, service ................ 33856 12.00
Nov. 18-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. 33818 62.50
Nov. 18-A. E. Rambeau, service ................ 33826 50.00
Nov. 18-L. M. Cropper, service .................. 38831 60.00
Nov. 19-drover Harden, service ...... i......... 33817 50.00
Nov. 19-Hill's Book Store, stationery .. ......... 38844 5.00
Nov. 19-S. L. Hargrove, service ............... 33835 75.00
Nov. 19-II. J. Smith, service ................... 33842 85.00
Nov. 19-B. L. Perry, service .................... 33825 90.00
Nov. 20-B. S. Bryant, service ................... 33830 25.00
Nov. 20-J. G. Lumpkin, service .................. 33822 40.00
Nov. 22-City of Tallahassee, water, etc. ........... 33859 30.33
Nov. 22-S. P. Richards Co., stationery ........... 33858 81.98
Nov. 22-Pichar Bros., lumber .................. 33851 24.35
Nov. 23-Homer Thomas, service ................ 33827 57.50
Nov. 23-B. M. Hawkins, service .....'........... 33836 57.50
Nov. 23-Oj I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 33860 45.25
Nov. 23-E. O. Paige, service .................... 33841 60.00
Nov. 23-S. A. Jenkins, service .................. 33837 65.00
Nov. 23-C. B. Moon, service .................... 3384Q 50.00
Nov. 23-F. A. Kennedy, service ................ 33839 35.00
Nov. 23-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries ............... 33853 2.80











83


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 23-W. N. Lowe, service .................... 33821 75.00
Nov. 24-Evans Seed Co., seed ............. ...... 33857 -27.75
Nov. 27-R. J. Hawkins, service ................. 33816 90.00
Nov. 27-Singer Sewing Machine Co., service ...... 33843 1.55
Nov. 29-Elmer & Amend, sundries ................ 33846 2.63
Nov. 29-The Survey (New York), subscription ... 33848 5.00
Nov. 29-Henry Holt & Co., book ................ 33852 1.52
Nov. 29-Good Housekeeping, subscription ........ 33845 3.00
Dec. 4-Scientific Monthly, subscription .......... 33847 5.00
Dec. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 37065 23.68
Dec. 18-AR. L. Mebane, service ................ 37010 90.00
Dec. 18-Mrs. E. P. Jones, service .............. 37025 25.00
Dec. 18-N. B. Young, service .................. 37015 50.00
Dec. 18-E. B. Jones, service ..................... 37007 110.00
Dec. 18-Jacob Baldwin, service ................. 37062 15.00
Dec. 18-Wheelock Bisson, service ................ 37059 12.00
Dec. 18-Daniel Rolf, service .................... 37057 10.00
Dec. 18-Robert McQueen, service ................ 37951 8.00
Dec. 18-Alfonso Blake, service .................. 37049 10.72
Dec. 18-Sadye Pryor, service .................... 37040 12.00
Dec. 18-B. L. Perry, service ................... 37012 90.00
Dec. 18-T. S. Johnson, service ................. 37006 50.00
Dec. 18-Walter Pendarvis, service ............... 37011 80.00
Dec. 18-H. J. Smith, service ................... 37029 85.00
Dec. 18-A, E. Rambeau, service ................ 37013 50.00
Dec. 18-S. A. Jenkins, service .................. 37024 65.00
Dec. 18-H. D. Forbes, service ................. 37020 35.00
Dec. 18-M. E. Gadsden, service ................ 37024 85.00
Dec. 18-M. R. Brooks, service ................... "37016 80.00
Dec. 18-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid .............. 37030 11.25
Dec. 18-B. R. Dent, service .................... 37010 75.00
Dec. 18-S. L. Hargrove, service ................ 37022 75.00
SDec. 20-E. G. Chesley, furniture ................ 37038 75.00
Dec! 20-Levi Alexander, Jr., service ............ 36998 90.00
Dec. 20-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries ............. 37031 1.95
Dec. 20-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries ............ 37055 11.00
SDec. 20-E. 0. Paige, service .................... 37028 60.00
Dec. 20-Clemons Bros.ii groceries ................ 37056 19.35
Dec. 20-Chas. Wililams, hardware .............. 37063 95.55
Dec. 20-Grover Hardee, service ................. 37004 50.00
Dec. 20-L. W. Black, service ............ ........ 3699 75.00
Dec. 20-E. E. Broughton, service ................ 37001 00.00
Dec. 20-Cox Furniture Co., sundries .............. 37034 5.75
Dec. 20-W. N. Lowe; service ................... 37008 75.00
Dec. 20-James Messer, supplies ............ .... 37064 18.05
Dec. 20-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ....... ... 37046 8.00
Dec. 20-B. S. Bryant, service .................. 37017 25.00
Dec. 20-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware... 37060 95.86
Dec. 20-J. W. Collins & Co., groceries .......... 37047 58.50
Dec. 20-R. G. Bruce, service .................... 37000 25.00
Dec. 21-H1. F. Coleman, service ................ 37002 80.00
Dec. 22-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ............. 37058 6.84
Dec. 22-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 37023 57.50
Dec. 22-Logan Coal & Supply Co., coal ............ 37041 15.00














84


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 22-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 37048 32.65
Dec. 22-W. H. A. Howard, service ................ 37005 62.50
Dec. 22-R. J. Hawkins, service ................. 37003 90.00
Dec. 22--F. A. Kennedy, service .................. 37026 35.00
Dec. 23-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline ............... 37044 14.25
Dec. 23-George WillIams, service ............ .... 37050 20.00
Dec. 23-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................... 37009 40.00
Dec. 3--H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 37033 3.70
Dec. 23-L. M. Cropper, service ................ 37018 60.00
Dec. 24-F. J. Black, sundries ................... 37061 102.48
Dec. 24-City of Tallahassee, water, etc. ......... 37052 135.71
Dec. 24-Evans Seed Co., seed ................... 37032 86.50
Dec. 27-Cray Bros., apparatus .................. 37054 108.95
Dec. 27-Eugene Dietzgen Co., supplies .......... 37043 1.83
Dec. 27-Homer Thomas, service ................ 37014 57.50
Dec. 28-0. B. Moon, service .................. 37027 50.00
Dec. 29-A. L. A. Publishing Co., subscription ..... 37036 2.00
Dec. 29-American' Medical Assn., sundries ........ 37053 3.00
Dec. 30-Industrial Arts Magazine, subscription .. 37039 2.50
Dec. 30-Gaylord Bros., sundries ................. 37045 11.70

Total disbursements during year ................... $ 26,904.31




AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES-INCIDENTAL FUND
/
Receipts during year from college .........................$ 3,696.27
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ......................... 459.86

$ 4,156.13
Disbursements during year ..............................$ 4,139.08

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ..................$ 17.05

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.


Paid. In favor of. Warrant.
Jan. 19-W. H. Crutcher, service ................ 2123 $
Jan. 19-E. Pinkney, service ....................... 2125
Jan. 19-E. Hawkins, service .................... 2124
Jan. 19-C. Benton, service ..................... 2126
Jan. 19-H. Hedley, service ....................... 2127
Jan. 19-L. Clopton, service ..................... 2128
Jan. 19-N. B. Young, advertisement ............. 2145
Jan. 19-N. B. Young, service .................. 2123%/
Jan. 19-P. Smith, service ......... ............. 2129
Jan. 19-M. Jameson, service ..................... 2130
Jan. 19-S. Lewis, service ....................... 2131
Jan. 19-J. Baldwin, service ................... 2132
Jan. 19-L. Clopton, service ..................... 2141
Jan. 19-A. Jefferson, service .................... 2142
Jan. 19-R. Lewis, service ........................ 2143


Amount.
100.00
8.00
6.00
10.00
2.00
2.50
17.00
16.67
6.00
6.00
15.00
11.00
2.30
11.40
6.56













85


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 19-R. McQueen, service .................... .2144 6.80
Jan. 21-Lewis State Bank (T. J. Appleyard), sta-
tionery ............................... 2122 8.00
Jan. 21-H. R. Kaufman, sundries ................ 2137 2.10
Jan. 21-Lewis State Bank .(T J. Appleyard), envel-
opes ................................. 2121 30.00
Jan. 21-Proctor-McNeill, sundries ................ 2136 4.50
Jan. 21-Chas. Wililams, hardware ............... 2138 67.91
Jan. 21-J. F. Hill, sundries ........................ 2133 4.05
Jan. 22-Yaeger-Rhodes Hdwe. Co., hardware...... 2139 97.27
Jan. 23-The Selig Co., floor dressing ............ 2140 57.00
Jan. 26-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ................... 2134 10.00
Jan. 28-Mfg. Equip. & Eng. Co., pipe ............ 235 3.00
Feb. 16-Board, of Public Works, service ........ 4995 70.00
Feb. 16-M. Jameson, service .................... 5005 1.50
Feb. 16-H. Espey, service ........................ 5004 7.00
Feb. 16-F. Brown, service ...................... 50.23 4.25
Feb. 16-Fred Gray, service ...................... 5001 8.00
Feb. 16-Ben Blaine, service .................... 5000 8.00
Feb. 16-Thomas Crompton, service ............... 4998 6.00
Feb. 16-Zannie Mossenburg, service ............. 4099 8.00
Feb. 16-Clem Benton, service .................... 4997 10.00
Feb. 16-Oswald Roulbac, service .................. 4993 2.00
Feb. 16-Galveston Fields, service ................... 4902 2.50
Jan. 16-Annie Jenkins, service ................. 4990 1.00
Feb. 16-Martha Miller, service .................. 4991 1.00
Feb. 16-Emma Miller, service ................... 4989 1.00
Feb. 16-Jacob Baldwin, service ..................... 500 11.00
Feb. 16- S. Lewis, service ....................... 5008 15.00
Feb. 16-Edith Hawkins, service ................. 5007 4.00
Feb. 16- J. Denson, service ...................... 5006 2.00
Feb. 16-A. A. Turner, sundries .................. 5013 25:00
Feb. 16-N. B. Young, service ................... 4986 6.67
Feb. 17-Lewis State Bank (T. J. Appleyard), service 5011. 17.90
Feb. 17-Chas. Williams, service .................. 5010 53.30
Feb. 18-W. H. Crutcher, service .... ............... 485 100.00
Feb. 20-J. 0. Williams, sundries ................ 5002 4.75
Feb. 26-H. R. Sauls, service .................... 4996 3.00
Feb. 27-M. C. Lilly & Co., flag .................. 4988 14.35
Feb. 28-E. C. Atkins, sundries .................. 5014 2.70
Feb. 28-Mrs. E, F. Mays, rent .................... 4987 10.00
Mar, 1-Detmer Woolen Co. ..................... 4994 56.25
Mar. 3-The Crisis, advertising ................ 5012 6.00
Mar. 15-W. H. Crutcher, service ................ 8315 100.00
Mar. 16-Aurelia Casanoo, service ................ 8340 18.75
Mar. 16-Grover Harden, bills paid ................ 8318 26.45
Mar. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 8341 37.57
Mar. 18-N. B. Young, service .................. 8316 16.67
Mar. 18-Albert Bell, service .................... 8338 4.50
Mar. 18-Frank Brown, service .................. 8334 3.00
Mar, 18-Clem Benton, service ................... 8333 8.15
Mar. 18-Samuel Lewis, service ................... 8332 15.00
Mar. 18-Joseph Denson, service ................. 8331 8.00
Mar. 18-Galveston Fields, service .............. 8324 11.50















86


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 18-Robert Lewis, service ................. 8323 6.20
Mar. 18-Sadye Pryor, service .................... 8321 18.00
Mar. 18-Edith Hawkins, service .................. 830J 6.00
Mar. 18-Jacob Baldwin, service .................... 8329 11.00
Mar. 18-Henry Espey, service ................... 8328 8.00
Mar. 18-Fred 'Gray, service ...................... 8327 8.00
Mar. 18-Robert McQueen, service ............... 8325 4.26
Mar. 19-Spiller Vulcanizing & Equip. Co., sundries. 8320 9.30
Mar. 20-Board of Public Works, electricity ...... 8317 32.20
Mar. 20-Hill's Book Store, sundries ............. 8335 3.30
Mar. 23-E. G .Chesley, Jr., sundries ............ 8336 3.00
Mar. 25-Gulf Refining Co., oil ................... 8339 2.00
Mar. 26-Walker & Black, sundries .............. 8337 2.15
Mar. 28-Solon Metal Products Co., sundries .... 8319. 17.85
Mar. 29-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries ............ 8326 19.07
Mar. 30-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ................ 8322 10.00
May 17-W. H. Crutcher, service ................ 15608 100.00
May 18-N. B. Young, service ................... 15609 16.67
May 18-N. B. Young, service ..... ............. .15609 16.67
May 18-W. H. Crutcher, service ................. 15606 100.00
June 22-N. B. Young, service ................... 18849 16.67
June 22-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent .................. 18837 10.00
June 22-Grover Harden, sundries ................ 18843 30.00
June 23-W. II. Crutcher, service ................. 18848 100.00
June 23-Matthew Mitchell, service .............. 18850 2.50
June 23-Joseph Denson, service ....... ......... 18851 7.00
June 24-Yates Grocery Co., feed ................ 18846 27.50
June 24- E. O. Paige, rent ....................... 18836 2.50
June 24-ChaS. Williams, hardware .............. 18841 36.02
June 26-Mrs. J. W. Bushnell, wood ............... 18842 53.25
Juhe. 26-Hill's Book Store, sundries............... 18844 3.85
June 26-Mrs. M. Lincoln, service ................. 18853 10.05
June 28-0. I. Gramling, feed .................. 18835 139.85
June 30-Capital City Grocery Co., feed ........... 18834 25.00
June 30-Board of Public Works, electricity ...... 18847 171.43
July 3-The Crisis, advertising ................. 18852 22.00
July 3-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries ............ 18839 5.70
July 3-Tallahassee Fruit & Grocery Co., sundries.. 18845 25.87
July 7-Mason & Hanson, sundries .............. 18840 7.47
July 12-Tallahassee Iron Works, sundries ........ 18838 5.00
July 20-W. H. Crutcher, service ............... 21605 100.00
July 20-N. B. Young, service .................. 21606 16.67
July 20-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 21618 2.77
July 20- A. Bell, service ................... .... 21617 16.50
July 20-Albert Bell, service ..................... 21616 18.00
July 20-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ........... ........ 21608 10.00
July 21-Yates Grocery Co., soap ................. 21615 4.25
July 21-0. I Gramling Co., feed ................ 21610 134.50
July 22-Frank Young, service .................. 21614 2.33
July 27-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent .................. 21607 10.00
July 28-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries ............ 21611 149.05
July 30-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries ............ 21612 23.92
July 30-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries ............ 21613 25.66
Aug. 5-Clark's Jewelry & Book Store, stationery 21609 9.60















87

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 20-W. M. Robinson, service ................. 28328 3.33
Sept. 21-H. R. Kaufman, sundries .............. 28325 1.25
Sept. 21-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 28336 19.00
Sept. 21-Alphonso Blake, service ................ 28318 8.55
Sept. 21-Iarold Ieadley, service ............... 28319 1.20
Sept. 21- Joe Forest, service .................... 28320 2.00
Sept. 21-Robt. McQueen, service ............... 28321 6.45
Sept. 21-Galveston Fields, service ............... 28322 3.90
Sept. 21-Henry Espy, service ................... 28323 12.00
Sept. 21-Matthew 1Iitchell, service .............. 28324 2.50
Sept. 21-Albert 11i, service ................... 28308 15.15
Sept. 21- 1Martin -i i. rvice .................. 28309 5.00
Sept. 21- Salye I .;4 vice .................. 28310 6.00
Sept. 21-Walter <',..ir. service ................ 28311 8.00
Sept. 21-Frank Brown, service .............:.... 28312 6.52
Sept. 21-Geo. Starks, service ........................ 28313 2.00
Sept. 21-Anthony Dennis, service ................ 28315 6.81
Sept. 21-Anthony Dennis, service ............... 28310 5.15
Sept. 21-Anthony Dennis, service ................ 28314 4.53
Sept. 21-James Moses, service .................. 28317 3.00
Sept. 21-W. H. Crutcher, service ................ 28300 100.00
Sept. 21-0. I. Gramling, feed ................... 28326 5.25
Sept. 21-Frank Brown, service ................. 28330 2.00
Sept. 21-Jacob Baldwin, service ................. 28333 40.00
Sept. 21-Sampel Lewis, service ................ 28332 40.00
Sept. 21-Jacob Baldwin, service ................ 28307 40.00
Sept. 21-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ................. 28327 30.00
Sept. 22-Florida State College for Women, bills
paid ................................ 28334 22.97
Nov. 22-Nat. Assn of Teachers in Colored Schools,
adv. ................................ 28331 18.00
Nov. 27-The Crisis, advertisement ............... 28329 16.00
Nov. 27-Continental l'ublishing Co., advertisement. 28335 6.00
Oct. 19-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries ............. 30944 3.80
Oct. 20-Martin B. Silas, service ................ 30947 50.00
Oct. 20-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 30949 38.24
Oct. 20-Hosea loundtree, service. ............. 30946 3.28
Oct. 22-Samuel Lewis, service ................. 30043 40.00
Oct. 23-T. S. Johnson, service .................. 30945 10.00
Nov. 6-Joe Hilson, service .................... 30948 35.71
Nov. 16-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 34037 49.50
Nov. 16-Leonard Davis, service ................ 34033 2.00
Nov. 16-George Starks, service ................. 34034 6.00
Nov. 16-Wallace Eaverly, service ............... 34035 8.00
Nov. 16-Robert M. Scott, service ................ 34024. 5.00
Nov. 16-James Williams, service .................. 34025 5.00
Nov. 16-Ienry Mitchell, service ................ 34026 5.25
Nov. 16-Henry Espey, service .................. 34027 6.00
Nov. 16-Henry Burnett, service ................ 34028 4.00
Nov. 16-Theodore Espey, service ................ 34029 8.00
Nov. 16-Daisy Bell, service .................... 34031 8.00
Nov. 16-Benjamin Mitchell, service ............ 34032 10.00
Nov. 16-Wallace Andrews, service .............. 34023 5.00
Nov. 16-Lancester Starks, service ............... 34021 8.00
Nov. 16--Wm. Hamilton, service ................. 34020 6.00













88


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 16-Thomas Reed, service .................. 34019 6.00
Nov. 18-Joe Hilson, service ..................... 34030 25.00
Nov. 18-Capital City Jobbing House, sundries .... 34036 20.30
Nov. 27-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ................. 34022 20.00
Dec. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 37092 0.87
Dec. 18-Robert Scott, service ................... 37091 5.00
Dec. 18-Joseph Wilson, service .................. 37000 3.00
Dec. 18-James Williams, service ................. 37089 5.00
Dec. 18-Clem Benton, service .................... 37088 8.00
Dec. 18-Eugene Bradford, service ................ 37087 3.45
Dec. 18-John Stockton, service .................. 37085 1.00
Dec. 18-Theodore Espy, service .................. 37084 9.35
Dec. 18-Jacob Baldwin, service ................. 37083 1.80
Dec. 18-Luther Gray, service ................... 37080 1.50
Dec. 18-Admiral Maxey, service ................. 37079 1,00
Dec. 18-George Starks, service .................. 37078 6.00
Dec..18- Albert Bell, service .................... 37077 3.00
Dec. 18-Geo. Conoly, service ................... 37070 5.00
Dec. 18-Albert Bell, service ...................... 37081 11.00
Dec. 18-Wm. Hamilton, service ................. 37075 6.50
Dec. 18-Lancaster Starks, service ................ 37074 8.00
Dec. 18-James Hamilton, service ................ 37072 8.00
Dec. 18-James Hamilton, service ................ 37060 8.00
Dec. 18-Thos. Reed, Jr., service .................. 37073 6.00
Dec. 18-Dewey Clements, service ................ 37068 1.50
Dec. 18-Mrs. K. Lincoln, service ................ 37082 6.25
Dec. 21- Joe IIlson, service ..................... 37080 6.00
Dec. 27-The Crisis, subscription ................. 37070 16.00
Dec. 31-Detmer Woolen Co., supplies ............ 37067 305.77

Total disbursements during year... ............... $ 4,130.08


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES-SLATER FUND
Receipts during year, Slater donation .................... $ 550.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ........................ 55.30


$
Disbursements during year ..............................

/Balance in fund December 31, 1920.....................$
DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.
Paid. .In favor of. Warrant.
Jan. 24-V. Hilyer, service ...................... 1982
Mar. 10- V. Hilyer, service ....................... 5258
Mar. 25- V. Hilyer, service ...................... 8515
May 8-V. Hilyer, service ..................... 12224
May 12-V. Hilyer, service ........................ 15243
June 24-V. Hllyer, service ...................... 18783
July 21-S. L. Hargrove, service ................. 21619
Dec. 18-H. M. Scott, services ..................... 37066


605.30
470.00

133.30


Amount.
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
120.00


Total disbursements during year .................$ 470.00














89


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from University .................... .$ 12,081.59
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ......................... 7,003.23

$ 10,984.82
Disbursements during year ............................ $ 15,103.51

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ................... .$ 4,881.31.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-C. II. Willoughby, travel exp. ........... 2010 $ 25.64
Jan. 22-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed...... 2017 87.80
Jan. 22-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline .............. 2019 8.68
Jan. 23-Standard Crate Co., sundries ......... .. 2012 9.38
Jan. 23-Florida Growers Pub. Co., advertising.... 2018 2.04
Jan. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................. .. 016 1.45
Jan. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 2014 144.50
Jan. 23- Wilson Co., sundries .................... 2013 7.75
Jan. 23-S. L. Vinson, travel exp. ............... 2011 9.65
Jan. 24-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 2022 31.50.
Jan. 24-College of Agriculture, seed .............. 202 3.97
Feb. 2-Daily and Semi-Weekly Sun, advertising... 2015 2.25
Feb. 6- J. K. Jones, service ..................... 2020 2.50
Feb. -21-II. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........... 5068 17.00
Feb. 21-The Letter Shop, sundries .............. 5058 2.50
Feb. f1-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 5074 520.26
Feb. 21-R. T. IIargrove, service ................. 5050 4.50
Feb. 21-Florida Serum Co., sundries .............. 5065 7.08
Feb. 23-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ......... 5056 7.17
Feb. 23- C. J. Harris, feed ...................... 5062 45.00
Feb. 23-H. E. Taylor, Agent, premium ........... 5051 12.50
Feb. 23-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 5063 98.90
Feb. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries ............... 5053 46.45
Feb. 23-Benson & Sons, service .................. 5070 1.50
Feb. 23-S. B. Kesler, sundries ................... 5059 1.00
Feb. 23-Fred Speer, sundries ................... 5055 4.87
Feb. 23-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 5072 10.19
Feb. 23-Pepper Printing Co., stationery .......... 5052 44.53
Feb. 27-G'villc Planing & Coffin Co., lumber ....... 5054 50.24
Feb. 27-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 5073 2.49
Feb. 27- E. S. Kintz, service .................... 5061 100.00
Feb. 27-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................. 5060 21.90
Feb. 28-H. W. Cox, travel exp. .................. 5069 21.50
Feb. 28-Newman Clock Co., sundries ............ 5057 2.61
Mar, 1-Engineering News-Record, advertisement.. 5066 3.25
Mar. 1-Babcock & Wilcox Co., sundries.......... 5071 2.35
Mar. 1-Central Brass Mfg. Co., sundrie. ......... 5067 1.07
Mar. 4-S. D. Sarason, travel exp. ............... 5064 100.00
Mar. 17-C. W. Zaring & Co., feed ................ 8351 91.50
Mar. 18-Star Publishing Co., advertising ......... 8349 1.90
Mar. 18-Nora K. Norton Novelties, sundries ....... 8346 5.75
Mar. 18- Voyle Bros., sundries ................... 8344 3.25















90

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 18-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 8342 472.50
Mar. 20-Seminole Seed Co., seed .....'............ 8350 76.20
Mar. 20-Benson & Son, service .......;.......... 8348 1.25
Mar. 20-W. L. Floyd, travel exp. ................. 8352 15.03
Mar. 23-A. W. Shaw Co., subscription ............ 8347 4.00
Mar. 27-S. & 0. Engraving Co., sundries.......... 8345 18.20
Mar. 29-C. L. Barnhouse, sundries ............... 8343 20.76
Apr. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ............ 12463 36.84
Apr. 26-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries ....... 12464 109.96
Apr. 27-Mrs. A. E. Coverston, refund ............ 12462 10.00
May 1-II. W. Cox, salary .......... ............. 12283 270.00
May 7-A. J, Strong, salary ................... 12286 "222.26
June 24-Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriters... 18774 166.06
June 24-Underwood Typewriter Co., service ...... 18706 20.00
June 24-E. C. Beck, travel exp. ................. 18608 6.77
June ':5-J. E. Turlington, travel exp. ............. 18606 10.35
June 25-Thomas Co., sundries .................... 18701 37.47
June 25- C. J. Harris, feed ....................... 18692 48.00
June 25-Florida Alligator, advertising ........... 18690 136.15
June 25-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 18700 601.53
June 26-J. G. Gunn, service ..................... 18695 6.50
June 26-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 18699 47.70
June 26-C. II. Willoughby, travel exp ........... 18697 10.85
June 26-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones....... 18688 7.17
June 20-Gulf Refining Co., sundries ............. 18694 10.15
June 28-Alvah Bushnell Co., sundries ............ 18705 55.50
June 28-Western Union Tel. Co., Telegrams. ...... 18680 6.33
June 28-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 18704. 38.80
June 28-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................. 18691 13.38
July 1-Municipal W. L. & Plant, electricity...... 18603 57.01
July 1-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................. 18702 18.40
July 6-University of Arkansas Book Store, desk.. 1873 60.00
July 20-Frank E. Jennings, expense ............. 21300 7.10
July 20-Savannah Supply Co., sundries .......... 21417 316.25
July 21-R. E. Chandler, salary .............. ... 21363 230.00
July 21-E. C. Beck, salary ....................... 21368 150.00
July 21-Julia E. Keeler, expense ................ 21406 7.20
July 21-Frazier Rogers, salary .................. 21373 180.00
July 21-Mrs. J. E. Martin, salary ............... 21300 40.00
July 21-N. W. Sanborn, salary .................. 21391 160.80
July 21-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 21389 62.50
July 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................. 21302 65.88
July 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 21408 1,214.31
July 21-J. W. Norman, salary .................. 21365 220.00
July 22-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........... 21417 4.73
July 22-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 21393 6.88
July 22-Geo. E. White, salary .................. 21380 150.00
July 22- R. S. Cockrell, salary .................. 21366 260.00
July 22-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 21431 6.85
July 22-T. MI. Simpson, salary .................. 21360 220.00
July 22-Alma Mixson, salary .................... 21387 60.00
July 23-S. B. Kesler, service .................... 21423 22.00
July 22- W. S. Perry, salary ..................... 21374 170.00
July 22-A. R. Marks, salary .................... 21378 140.00















91


Paid. In favor of.. Warrant. Amount.
July 22-J. H. Moore, salary .................... 21379 200.00
July 22-W. B. Hathaway, salary ..............., 21377 170.00
July 22-Jos. J. Seykora, sundries ............... 21429 44.80
July 22-Seykora Electric Shop, suhdries ......... 21405 67.50
July 22-Mary Parrott, salary ................... 21384 100.00
July 22-W. B. Ellis, salary ...................... 21383 116.66
July 22-E. M. Knight, salary .................... 21386 125.00
July 22-A. P. Black, salary ................... 21370 180.00
July 22-K. H. Graham, salary ................... 21381 161.60
July 22-The White House, expense .............. 21434 11.00
July 22-G'ville Planing & Coffin Co., lumber ..... 21407 8.30
July 22-Underwood Typewriter Co., rent ........ 21403 10.00
July 22- A. L. Buser, salary ..................... 21372 220.00
July 22-Greenleaf & Crosby Co., sundries ....... 21415 72.45
July 23- C. J. Harris, feed ..................... 21422 68.25
July 23-L. A. Greene, expense .................. 21404 18.07
July 23-G'ville Electric Supply Co., sundries..... 21418 19.75
July 23-Southern School Book Depository, books. 21402 3.16
July 23-The Texas Co., sundries ............... 21412 9.00
July 24-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries .... .. 21421 10.00
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ....... 21411 11.52
July 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 21432 76.51
July 24-A. T. Sheeley, salary .................... 21369 220.00
July 24-T. R. Leigh, salary ..................... 21367 150.39
July 24-J. B. Fulk, salary ........................ 21371 210.00
July 24-Nora Norton, service .................... 21414 70.50
July 24-Southern Bell T. & T. Co'., phones...... 21416 7.17
July 24-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones...... 21397 6.17
July 24-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 21428 11.87
* July 24-Benson & Son, hardware ................ 21420' 6.20
July 24- R. T. Irving, salary ................... 21388 125.00
July 24-B. C. Herman & Co., service ............ 21424 14.12
July 25-Cora Miltimore, salary ................. 21382 141.66
July 25-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 21425 201.90
July 25-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 21410 106.02
July 25-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, lights ...... 21433 60.64
July 25-L. W. Bucholtz, salary ................. 21362 230.00
July 25-Florida Peanut Milling Co., sundries .... 21413 35.00
July 25-Lina Hunter, salary ................... 21385 25.00
July 25-Florida School Book Depository, books ... 21398 1.41
July 25-A. B. Dick Co., sundries ................. 21394 1.38
July 25-Mullipost Co., sundries ................ 21401 35.00
July 26-Maverick & Wissinger Co., sundries ...... 21430 510.96
July 28-C. P. Hodge, expense ................... 21395 133.39
July 28-J. M. Leake, expense ................... 21364 210.00
July 28-Nat'l University Extension Assn., dues .... 21400 25.00
July 29-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 21410 22.18
July 29-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries.. 21426 8.65
July 30-M. D. Cody, :salary .................... 21375 180.00
SAug. 2-C. W. Crandall, salary ................. 21361 250.00
Aug. 6-B. C. Riley, expense ................. 21409 24.14
Aug. 19-Baird Hardware Co., books ............. 25056 17.00
Aug. 19-Benson & Son, sundries ................ 25049 2.25
Aug. 19-Thomas Co., service .................... 25055 39.80
Aug. 19-Lewls-Chitty Co., feed ................. 25048 63.50













92


Paid. In favor of. -Warrant.
Aug. 19-Lumber Mfg. Co., sundries ............. 25050
adug. 19-Pepper Printing" Co., stationery .......... 25046
Aug. 20-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 25047
Aug. 20-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity .. 25052
Aug. 20-Van Sickle Studio, sundries ............ 21396
Aug. 20-Cora Miltimore, bills paid .............. 25051
Aug. 20-Florida Growers Pub. Co. advertising .... 25053
Aug. 23-T. D. Smith, salary ................... 21376
Aug. 23-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams ....... 25054
Sept. 21-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................ 28179
Sept. 24-Gainesville Furniture Co., furniture .... 28175
Sept. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 28177
Sept. 27-Burtz Printery, printing ............... 28174
Sept. 27-Thomas Co., sundries .................. 28217
Sept. 27-Thomas Co., sundries ................. 28178
Sept. 29-E. II, Marable, sundries ............... 28176
Oct. 20-Savannah Supply Co., sundries .......... 30750
Oct. 21-A. L. Shealy, expense .................. 30753
Oct. 21-Groover-Stewart Drug Co., sundries ...... 30749
Oct. 21-Consolidated Engineering Co., service .... 30757.
Oct. 22-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., dumber .. 30751
Oct. 22-C. II. Willoughby, expense .............. 30754
Oct. 22-Thomas Co., Inc., hardware ............ 30746
Oct. 22-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer .......... 30748
Oct. 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 30745
Oct. 23-United Mfg. Co., sundries ............... 30756
Oct. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................ 30758
Oct. 29-Society for Promotion of Engineering Ed-
ucation, advertising ......... .......... 30752
Oct. 29-Engineering News Record, advertising .... 30747
Nov. 3-Cooper Sanitary Mfg. Co., sundries ...... 30755
Nov. 18-K. II. Graham, bills paid .............. 30783
Nov. 19-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ........ 30776
Nov. 20-Medlin-Ballentine, sundries ...........'.. 30778
Nov. 20-J. G. McCrory Stores, Inc., sundries ..... 30780
Nov. 20-Lewis-Chitty Co., sundries ............. 30782
Nov. 20-S. B. Kesler, sundries ................. 30777


Amount.
1.50
24.50
6.78
36.00
2.96
100.00
11.25
180.00
47.58
63.00
101.00
138.43
24.75
3.00
29.90
5.00
13.99
15.35
30.60
30.80
108.99
19.89
164.81
75.05
154.90
32.50
15.50

5.00
4.96
49.54
192.55
60.09
6.96
18.00
8.76
10.00


Nov. 20-Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co., hardware.. 30779 38.67
Nov. 23-Lumber Mlfg. Co., lumber .............. 30781 96.55
Nov. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed .................. 30774 16.15
Nov. 23-The Thomas Co., hardware ............. 30775 35.69
Nov. 24-Benson & Son, hardware ............... 30773 8.55
Dec. 22-H. S. Davis, salary ...................... 36971 230.00
Dec. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 36976 8.05
Dec. 23-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 36975 40.00
Dec. 23-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 36978 24.45
Dec. 23-C. J. Harris, feed ..................... 36973 45.00
Dec. 23-J. H. Fulk, salary .................... 36969 220.00
Dec. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 36972 43.11
Dec. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 36979 89.33
Dec. 24-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................ 36977 37.95
Dec. 24-Benson & Son, service .....:............ 36974 9.20

Total disbursements during year ..................... $ 15,103.51














93


EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from station .................. ...... $ 6,095.47
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 .................. ........ '48.95

$ 6,144.42
Disbursements during year ........................... 6,129.84

Balance in fund Dec. 3, 1920 ................. .....$ 14.58

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed.... 2003 $ 57.00
Jan. 23-K. H. Graham, blils paid ................ 2001- 44.75
Jan. 23-Seminole Seed Co., seed ................. 2006 8.50
Jan. 23-Wilson Co., cloth ..........; ............ 2005 3.00
Jan. 23-Sweet Water Mills, feed ............... 2002 102.00
Jan. 24-F. R. Hartsfield Co., feed .............. '2000 18.16
Jan. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 2000 11.87
Jan. 24-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............. 2007 2.10
Jan. 24-Southeastern Laboratories, sundries ..... 2008 5.10
Jan. 26-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., lumber. 2004 19.20
Feb. 21--R. Newhall, bills paid ..... ............. 5121 26.06
Feb. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 5115 75.38
Feb. 21-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed... 5118 247.00
Feb.- 23-F. i. Hartsfield, feed ................ ... 5114 66.00
Feb. 23-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 5120 61.85
Feb. 23- Thomnas Co., oil ........................ 5124 2.80
Feb. 23-Miller-Jackson Supply Co., sundries ..... 5113 19.68
Feb. 23-Benson & Son, sundries ................. 5123 21.05
Feb. 23-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ......... 5122 36.50
Feb. 23-Sweet Water Mills, feed .....;.......... 5116 136.50
Feb. 23-Atlantic Grocery Co., feed .............. 5119 60.00
Feb. 27-Florida Peanut Milling Co., feed ........ 5117 32.50
Mar. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid............... 8384 270.30
Mar. 19-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 8379 63.90
Mar. 19-F. R. Hartstield, feed ;. ............... 8380 40.00
Mar. 19-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed... 8381 190.20
Mar. 19-Jacksonville Tent & Awning Co., service. 8375 60.00
Mar. 20-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 8378 32.50
Mar. 20-Florida Soap Co., soap ............... 8383 3.50
Mar. 20-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.. 8377 1.15
Mar. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid ................ \. 8373 4.13
Mar. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 8376 75.03
Mar. 25-Fairview Farms, Inc., sundries .......... 8382 200.00
Mar. 26-Ellison Co., beans .......... .......... 8374 6.50
Apr. 2-J. M. Scott, sundries ................... 8385 132.50
Apr. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 12278 155.85
Apr. 21-E. A; Martin Seed Co., seed .......... 12275 11.62
Apr. 21-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 12277 35.55
Apr, 21-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity. 12280 1.25
Apr. 21-Sweet Water Mills, cowfeed, etc. ........ 12274 92.49
Apr. 26-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 12276 4.00
May 3-J. E. Turlington, expenses .............. 12279 10.30












94


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 17-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 15270 22.27
May 17-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 15272 76.10
May 19-F. R. Hartsfield Co., feed ............... 15267 141.00
May 19-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 15268 175.70
May 19-Florida 'Peanut Milling Co., feed ........ 15269 180.85
May 20-J. M. Scott, bills paid .................. 15266 100.00
May 20-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.. 15273 5.78
May 20-A. J. Vidal, sundries ................... 15274 3.00
May 26-Pittman & Harrison Co., seed ........... 15271 3.15
June 25-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 18832 5.60
June 25--R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 18833 15.80
June 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 18831 206.50
June 25-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed.... 18830 412.30
July 22-R. Newhall, bills paid .......... ......... 21604 11.40
July 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 21602 42.50
July 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................... 21603 77.50
Aug. 26-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 25169 21.66
Aug. 26-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity. 25164 1.0.0
Aug. 26-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................. 25165 107.00
Aug. 30-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ;................. 25166' 142.15
Aug. 30-S. B. Kesler, feed ..................... 25168 15.00
Aug. 30-A. J. Vidal, sundries ................... 25167 4.20
Sept. 7-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 25170 5.00
Sept. 18-Luch Cushman, hills paid .............. 25171 2.57
Sept. 22-N. Newhall, bills paid ................. 28222 19.95
Sept. 23-Gainesville Auto Supply Co., sundries... 28216 5.00
Sept. 23-A. Berlein, service ....................... 28214 25.00
Sept. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 28219 55.81
Sept. 23-Southeastern Laboratories, sundries...... 28221 5.24
Sept. 24-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 28218 38.50
Sept. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 28215 2.68
Sept. 25-E. C. Wilson, sundries ................. 28220 6.00
Oct. 22-- Newhall, bills paid .................. 30808 17.77
Oct. 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 30800 205.33
Oct. 23-Miller-Jackson Supply Co., sundries ...... 30807 22.61
Oct. 23-F. R. Hartsfield Co., feed ............. 30805 107.50
Oct. 23-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........... 30804 1.76
Oct. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 30801 125.23
Oct. 25-Nora Norton, sundries ................. 30802 2.50
Oct. 29-Empire Cream Separator Co., sundries...'30803 3.11
Nov. 3-Southeastern Laboratories, Inc., sundries. 30806 2.46
Nov. 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 33980 10.73
Nov. 20-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., lumber. 33976 100.00
Nov. 20-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................ 33973 247.00
Nov. 22-Farmers Feed & Milling Co., feed ........ 33978 29.50
Nov. 22-Atlantic Grocery Co., feed .............. 33975 32.50
Nov. 23-Sweet Water Mills, feed ............... 33977 273.50
Nov. 24-Edgar C. Wilson, service ............... 33974 5.25
Nov. 29-Western Union Telegraph Co., messages.. 33979 1.10
Dec. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 36914 52.50
Dec. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 26913 26.95
Dec. 23-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .'................ 36912 123.30
Dec. 23-Farmers Feed & Milling Co., feed ........ 36909 50.00
Dec. 23-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., lumber. 36908 24.10












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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 23-Stinson-Sharman Co., feed .............. 36907 112.25
Dec. 24-R. B. Bush, feed ...................... 36910 110.51
Dec. 24-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 36911 54.50

Total disbursements during year ................ $ 6,129.84




FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from College ........................ $ 22,855.79
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 ......................... 7,580.54

$ 30,436.33
Disbursements during year ....... .................. 11,472.21

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 ..................$ 18,964.12


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 14-G. Moseley, salary .................... 31083 $ 50.00
Jan. 21-G. Isador, salary ...................... 2053 140.00
Jan. 21- P. Stemler, salary ..................... 2059 80.00
Jan. 21- G. Moseley, salary ..................... 2057 50.00
Jan. 21-H. E. Rhodes, salary ................... 2056 80.00
Jan. 21-M. Black, salary ....................... 2052 120.00
Jan. 21-L. Tewksbury, salary .................. 2058 80.00
Jan. 23-E. S. Opperman, salary ................ 2151 240.00
Jan. 27- E. S. Boyd, salary ..................... 2055 110.00
Jan. 27-G. Comforter, salary ................ 2054 90.00
Feb. 7- K. Reece, salary ....................... 2060 30.00
Feb. 11- L. Boring, salary ...................... 2061 18.75
Feb. 19-Pauline Stemler, salary ................. 5047 80.00
Feb. 19-Gertrude Isidor, salary .................. 5041 140.00
Feb. 19-Mabel Black, salary .................... .5040 120.00
Feb. 19-Leila Boring, salary .................... 5049 6.25
Feb. 19-Gladys Moseley, salary ................. 5045 50.00
Feb. 19-Louise Tewksbury, salary ............... 5046 80.00
Feb. 21-Katherine Reese, salary ................. .5048 21.00
Feb. 27-E. S. Opperman, salary ................. 5039 240.00
Mar. 2-Gladys Comforter, salary ............... 5042 90.00
Mar. 2-E. S. Boyd, salary .......... .......... 5043 110.00
Mar. 11-H. E. Rhodes, salary ................... 5044 80.00
Mar. 17-Louise Tewksbury, salary .............. 8360 80.00
Mar. 17-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................ 8364 140.00
Mar. 17-Gladys Moseley, salary ................. 8368 50.00
Mar. 18-Pauline Stemler ...................... 8370 80.00
Mar. 19-E. S. Opperman, salary ................ 8362 240.00
Mar. 22-Leila Boring, salary ................... 8372 6.25
Mar. 22-Katherine Reece, salary ............... 8371 17.50
Mar. 23-Gladys Comforter, salary .............. 8365 90.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 23-E. S. Boyd, salary ..................... 8366 110.00
Mar. 23-Mabel Black, salary .................... 8363 120.00
Apr. 17-H. E. Rhodes, salary .................... 8367 80.00
Aug. 19-Louise Tewksbury, salary .............. 12232 80.00
Apr. 19-Ella S. Opperman, salary ............... 12225 240.00
Apr. 19-Gladys Comforter, salary ............... 12228 90.00
Apr. 20-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 12233 80.00
Apr. 20-Gladys Moseley, salary ................ 12231 50.00
Apr. 22-Mabel Black, salary .................... 12226 120.00
Apr. 22-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................. 12227 140.00
Apr. 23-Katherine Reese, salary ................ 12234 17.50
Apr. 28-Leila Boring, salary ..................... 12235 6.25
May 1-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ................ 12230 80.00
May 11-Emma S. Boyd, salary ............. ... 12229 110.00
May 15-Ella S. Opperman, salary ............... 15232 240.00
May 17-K. Reece. salary ....................... 15241 17.50
May 17-Louise Tewksbury, salary ................ 15239 80.00
May 18-Leila Boring, salary ................... 15242 6.25
May 18-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ................ 15237 80.00
May 18-Emma S. Boyd, salary .................. 15236 110.00
May 20-Pauline Stemler, salary ................. 15240 80.00
May 20-Mabel Black, salary .................. 15233 120.00
May 21-Gladys Comforter, salary ................ 15235 90.00
May 25-Glads Moseley, salary .................. 15238 50.00
May 28-Gertirde Isidor,.salary .................. 15234 140.00
June 16-R. O. Eagle, salary ...................... 17466 123.00
June 22-Gertrude *Isidor, salary ................ 17457 140.00
June 23-Leila Boring, salary ................... 17465 6.25
June 23-Gladys Comforter, salary ............... 17458 90.00
June 23-Mabel Black, salary .................... 17456 120.00
June 24-Louise Tewksbury, salary .............. 17462 80.00
June 25-Ella S. Opperman, salary .............. 17455 240.00
June 26-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 17463 80.00
June 29-Emma Boyd, salary ...... ............ 17459 110.00
July 8-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ................ 17460 80.00
July 8-Gladys Mosely, salary ......... ....... 17461 50.00
July 17-K. Reece, salary ...................... 17464 17.50
July 24-Gladys Comforter, salary .................. 21351 90.00
July 30-Louise Tewksbury, salary .............. 21355 80.00
July 31-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................. 21350 140.00
July 31-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 21356 80.00
Aug. 2-Emma Boyd, salary ................... 21352 110.00
Aug. 2-Mabel Black, salary .................. 21349 120.00
Aug. 27-Gladys Mosely, salary .................. 21354 50.00
Aug. 27-Ella S. Opperman, salary .............. 21348 240.00
Sept. 20-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ...... .......... 21353 80.00
Sept. 25-R. O. Eagle, service ................... 28173 339.13
Oct. 18-Ruth Woolman, salary .................. 30768 136.36
Oct. 18-Pauline Stemler, salary ................. 30766 90.0,0
Oct. 18-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................ 30761 150.00
Oct. 19-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary .............. 30767 80.00
Oct. 19-Mabel Black, salary ................... 30760 120.00
Oct. 19-Gladys Mosely, salary .................. 39765 70.00
Oct. 19-Emma S. Boyd, salary .................. 30763 120.00
Oct. 19-Ella S. Opperman, salary ................ 30759 250.00














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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 22-Gladys Comforter, salary ................. 30762 100.00
Nov. 6-R. 0. Eagle, salary .................... 30769 14.00
Nov. 6-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ................ 30764 90.00
Nov. 16-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 33791 90.00
Nov. 16-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................ 33786 150.00
Nov. 10-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary .............. 33792 80.00
Nov. 16-Ruth Woolman, salary ...... ......... 33793 136.36
Nov. 17-Mabe! Black, salary ..................... 33785 120.00
Nov. 18-Ella S. Opperman, salary .......... ... 33784 250.00
Nov. 18-Gladys Mosely, salary .................. 33790 70.00
Nov. 23-Emma S. Boyd, salary .................. 33788 120.00
Nov. 20-Cable Piano Co., piano ................ 33794 296.09
Nov. 27-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ............... 33789 90.00
Dec. 14-Gladys Comforter, salary ............... 33787 100.00
Dec. 17-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary .............. 36817 80.00
Dec. 17-Ella S. Opperman, salary ............... 30809 250.00
Dec. 17-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................. 36811 150.00
Dec. 18-Gladys Comfdrter, salary ............... 36812 100.00
Dec.. 20-Emma S. Boyd, salary .................. 36813 120.00
Dec. 20-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 36816 90.00
Dec. 20--Mabel Black, salary .................... 36810 120.00
Dec. 24-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ................. 36814 90,00
Dec. 31-Ruth Woolman, salary ................. 36818 136.36

Total disbursements during year ...................... $ 11,472.21



DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts from school during year ........................$ 236.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ......................... 637.54

$ 873.54
Disbursements during year ............... ......... .. .......

Balance in fund December 31, 1920..................$ 873.54



WINTER HAVEN SUB-EXPERIMENT STATION
FUND

Balance In fund January 1, 1920 ........................$ 3,972.50
Receipts during year ............................................

$ 3,972.50
Disbursements during year ..............................$ 1,703.18

Balance in fund December 31, 1920 ..................$ 2,269.32

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.
Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 1-Florida Fruitlands Co., sundries ........ 5455 $ 101.34
Mar. 26-J. H. Jeffries, traveling expense......... 8516 10.65

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Paid. In favor of. I Warrant. Amount.
May 3-Florida Fruitlands Co., service .......... 12469 125.27
May 24-Florida Fruitlands Co., sundries ......... 15244 69.77
July 9-Fruitlands Co., sundries ................ 18782 39.58
Aug. 2-The Fruitlands Co., sundries ........... 21620 33.10
Aug. 19-The Fruitlands Co., sundries ............ 25086 183.59
Nov. 1-Western Union Telegraph "Co., telegrams. 30960 1.28
Nov. 3-Fruitlands Co., service ................. 30959 327.02
Nov. 20-John H. Jeffries, salary ................ 33875 200.00
Nov. 20-John H. Jeffries, expense ............... 33876 28.01
Nov. 23-Fruitlands Co., sundries ................ 33877 100.00
Dec. 24-John H. Jeffries ........................ 36980 158.12
Dec. 24-Fruitlands Co. .......................... 36983 24.20
Dec. 24-Kilgore Seed Co. ....................... 36981 29.25
Dec. 27-John H. -Jeffries ....................... 36982 200:00
Dec. 29-N. J. C. Cox .......................... 36984 72.00

Total disbursements during year ................. $ 1,703.18



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FEDERAL HYGIENE
FUND

Receipts during year from United States Givernment appro-
priation ...............................................$ 10,000.00
Balance in Fund January 1, 1920 ........................

$ 10,000.00
Disbursements during year ........................... 2,693.76

Balance in Fund December 31, 1920 .................. $ 7,306.24

DISBURSEMENTS IN, 1920.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 28337 $ 18.76
Oct. 23-R. G. Manchester, salary ............... 30952 300.00
Oct. 23-Albert W. Sweet, salary ................ 30950 350.00
Nov. 8-M. H. DePass, salary .................. 30951 300.00
Nov. 18-Albert W. Sweet, salary ................ 3098 350.00
Nov. 23-C. H. Nichols, salary ................... ...30079 12.50
Nov. 23-John S. Sherman, salary ............... 30971 12.50
Nov. 23-R. G. Manchester, salary ............... 30970 300.00
Nov. 23-W. M. Tiller, salary ................... 30074 12.50
Nov. 23-Chas. A. Phelffer, salary ................ 3973 12.50
Dec. 8-M. H. DePass, salary ................... 33869 300.00
Dec. 20-John S. Sherman, salary ............... 36939 12.50
Dec. 20-C. A. Pheiffer, salary '. ..................... 36941 1.50
Dec. 22-Wm. Tiller, salary .................... 36942 12.50
Dec. 22-Albert W. Sweet, salary ................ 36936 350.00
Dec. 23-June Gunn, salary ..................... 36943 25.00
Dec. 29-C. H. Nichols, salary .................. 36940 12.50
Dec. 29-R. G. Manchester, salary ................ 30638 300.00

Total disbursements during year ......................$ 2,693.76


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GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION INCIDENTAL
FUND

Receipts during year from University ................... $ 1,135.26
Balance in fund January 1, 1920 ................................

$ 1,135.26
Disbursements during year .............................. 692.71

Balance in fund December 31, 1920................... $ 442.55

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 27-Montag Bros., sundries ................. 26010 $ 7.20
Aug. 28-American Book Co., book ................ 26019 .08
Aug. 28-Southern School Book Depository, sundries. 26014 8.39
Aug. 30-F. Weber & Co., sundries ................ 26016 4.26
Aug. 30-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries ...... 26012 3.74
Aug. 30-Florida School Book Depository, books... 26013 3.95
Aug. 30-L. HI. Ball, refund ....................... 26023 10.00
Aug. 30-Susie Blitch, refund ................... 26021 7.00
Sept. 1-MacMillan Co., book ................... 26018 1.59
Sept. 2-Lucille J. Taylor, refund .............. 26022 1.00
Sept. 4-World's Scrap Book & Envelope Co., books. 26015 8.30
Sept. 11-Stanford Book Store, books ............ 26017 2.94
Oct. 4-B. C. Riley, sundries ................... 26011 3.95
Oct. 18-Evelyn G. Haynes, sundries .............. 26024 4.00
Oct. 20-Mrs. Frank Harris, sundries ........... 26020 1.00
Nov. 19-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 33981 75.84
Nov. 19-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 33082 8.48
Nov. 20-Foot & Davies Co., sundries! ............. 33986 48.25
Nov. 20-Fielder & Allep Co., sundries ........... 33985 69.53
Nov. 22-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 33083,, 16.25
Nov. 26-R. Bowen, sundries ...... .............. 33987 4.00
Dec. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries ............... 36997 5.76
Dec. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 36989 299.85
Dec. 23-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., lumber. 36996 14.32
Dec. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 36986 67.75
Dec. 27-Eugene Dietzgen Co., supplies .......... 36987 1.80
Dec. 29-D. Appleton & Co., sundries ...... ..... 36993 5.15
Dec. 29-Elsie B. Gillespie, refund ............... 36994 6.00
Dec. 209-Frederick A. Stokes Co., book .... ...... 36992 1.43

Total disbursements during year ................. 692.71




EDUCATIONAL FUND

The following appropriations from the General Revenue Fund, for the
maintenance of the several institutions of higher learning, are governed
by the provisions of Chapter 5384, Acts of 1905 (commonly known as
the "Buckman Act.")
As the payments on account of these appropriations, given in detail
as required by Chapter 5384 referred to above, are made from the Gen-
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the case of other funds. It should be borne it mind that while th
following repieseiets the payments actually madee on account of thes
appropriations by the State Treasurer, they do not, and cannot, 4how
what Comptroller's warrants may be outstanding, drawn against these
appropriations, which is likewise true of all funds, hence the Treasurer's
Report does not in all cases show the actual payments ordered out of
the several funds, but only those paid upon presentation of the warrants
in the Treasurer's office.
Following is a summary of the payments made by the State Treas-
urer on account of the several institutions of higher education, from the
General Revenue Fund, during the year 1920:

EDUCATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS.

A. & M. College for Negroes Educational Fund .............. $ 14,196.31
A. & M. College for Negroes Building Educational Fund ......- 24,721.05
Board of Control Educational Fund ....................... 3,639.23
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Educational Fund ........ 57,785.62
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Building Educational Fund 47,416.66
Florida State College for Women Educational Fund ......... 119,411.62
Florida State College for Women, Building Educational Fund 122,190.41
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropriation.... 29,944.01
Plant Act Fund, General ................................ 39,064.16
Plant Act Fund, Special ................................ 97,025.76
University of Florida Educational Fund .... ............. 121,720.09
University of Florida Building Educational Fund .......... 12,097.98
University of Florida Farmers Institute Educational Fund... 79.83

Total ............................................ $689,292.76

Disbursements from funds expended under the direction of the Board
of Control, other than General Revenue appropriations, will be found in
detail elsewhere in this Report, as required by Chapter 5384, Laws of
Florida, referred to above.




AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES EDUCATIONAL FUND

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1920.


Paid. In favor of. Warrant.
Jan. 20-Southern Tel. & Cons. Co., phones ........ 2183 $
Jan. 20-Tallahassee Iron Works, sundries ........ 2156
Jan. 21-Board of Public Works, electricity ...... 2160
Jan. 21-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries .............. 2157
Jan. 21-M. Miller, service ...................... 2178
Jan. 21-W. Catchings, service .................. 2184
Jan. 21-E. Miller, service ...................... 2185
Jan. 21-J. W. Williams, service ................ 2179
Jan. 21-M. Verdier, service .................... 2166
Jan. 21-G. Storr, service ......................... 2161
Jan. 21- T. Reid, service ....................... 2162
Jan. 21-M. Silas, service ...... .................. 2163


Amount.
16.95
21.00
43.20
14.85
4.00
8.00
5.00
31.00
18.00
4.00
5.00
6f.00