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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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    Treasurers of the state of Florida
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    Charles Munroe
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    Letter of transmittal
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    Balance sheet
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    General revenue fund: Receipts
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REPORT
OF THE


State Treasurer
OF THE

State of Florida

For the Period Beginning January 1st, 1921, and
Ending December 31st, 1921


J. C. LUNING, Treasurer


r.J. APPLEVARD, PRINTER, TALLAUASS11, FLORIDA






















STATE TREASURERS


BENJAMIN BYRD,
WXr. R. HAYWARD,
CHASE. H. AUSTIN,
SIMON B. CONOVER,
CHAS. H. FOSTER,
WALTER GWYNN,
H. A. L'ENGLE,
E. S. CRILL,
F. J. PONS,
E. J. TRIAY,
C. B. COLLINS,
J. B. WHITFIELD,
W. V. KNOTT,
J. C. LUNING.


















CHARLES MUNROE

(September 9th, 1859-January 9th, 1922)

Late Chief Clerk in the Office of the State Treasurer.

A native of Putnam County, Mr. Munroe came to Tallahassee
from Palatka in July, 1885, to assume the connection with the
State that was to extend into the administrations of seven Treas-
urers and ten Governors, and to be terminated only by his death
nearly thirty-seven years later-a service seldom equalled in
tenure, and never surpassed in fidelity to duty.
Almost literally, the office chief died at his post. Taken III
on Friday afternoon, in the close of an unusually hard week's
work, he left for his home shortly before the closing hour, in
the general expectation that his indisposition would be of short
duration. Saturday he was reported too ill to return for several
days. Sunday failed to show the hoped-for improvement. Before
the staff had assembled at the office Monday morning for the
work of another week-before the sun had dispersed the clouds
from the eastern hills-"Marse Charlie," as he was familiarly
and affectionately known to his co-workers, had passed through
the Valley of Shadows and into the light of the Eternal Morning.
To the Treasurer and to his associates in the office, who next
to his own family loved him, and respected and admired the rare
ability, the sterling integrity, the calm courage and manliness,
and the unfailing kindliness that marked the days and years of
intimate association, unmarred by the recollection of a single
act to mar the white record of a noble life, the loss is one that
cannot be expressed in words. Still less adequate are words to
do justice to his memory.

Unassuming and retiring as he was loyal and consistent, yet
his friends were limited only by the number of his acquaintances.
Historic St. John's Church, which he served as a vestryman for
twenty-one consecutive years, was filled to capacity during the
hour of the funeral, while State House offices closed their doors,
and hundreds braved the wind and rain of a stormy January
afternoon to attend the Masonic services in the Episcopal ceme-
tery. Both to the State and to his personal friends, the loss is
irreparable. Of no man could it more truthfully be said-

"None knew him but to love him,
None named him but to praise."


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STATE TREASURER'S REPORT



TREASURY DEPARTMENT- STATE OF FLORIDA.

TREASURER'S OFFICE.

Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 2, 1922.
To His Excellency,
Cary A. Hardee,
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, 1921, and ending
December 31, 1921, both dates inclusive.
Included in this report will be found all statements
required 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, 1921......$ 715,259.30 $ 2,270,950.98
Receipts during 1921.............. 2,725,100.69 9,552,405.55
$3,440,359.99 $11,823,356.53
Disbursements during 1921........ 3,237,628.93 10,127,882.97
Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1921......$ 202,731.06 $ 1,695,473.56

MONTHLY STATEMENTS TO GOVERNOR.

In compliance with Chapter 4598, Acts of 1897 (Section
139, Revised General Statutes of 1920), 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 such funds is placed.













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, the same day, for his records.
Disbursements from all funds are made strictly in com-
pliance with law.

INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT.

The following amounts were paid for interest on the
public debt during the year:
Interest of State School Fund..........$11,045.00
Interest to Agricultural College (Univer-
sity 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 (Section 1049, Revised General Statutes of
1920).

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 143 and 144 of the Revised
General Statutes of 1920. 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 deposits in the various banks of the State absolutely
safe. The rate of interest is three per cent on daily bal-
ances.
During the early part of 1920 the provisions of Chapter
7929, Acts of 1919 (Section 143, Revised General Statutes
of 1920) were put into effect by the Governor, Comp-
troller 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 municipalities in
Florida, or Florida county, or county school time war-















rants) 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.
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:


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31st, 1897....................$ 2,723.92
1898.................... 3,772.13
1899 .................... 3,522.65
1900.................... 3,364.65
1901.................... 5,407.59
1902..................... 13,429.11
1903 .................... 14,882.61
1904.................... 9,666.65
1905.................... 9,489.39
1906.................... 10,594.54
1907.................... 12,578.66
1908.................... 11,901.58
1909.................... 13,157.68
1910.................... 14,436.76
1911.................... 16,643.33
1912.................... 20,016.73
1913..... .............. 23,005.84
1914.................... 25,824.58
1915....... ............. 29,337.04
1916....... ........ 17,737.30
1917.................... 17,284.24
1918..................... 25,322.47
1919.................... 32,689.41
1920..................... 52,568.21
1921.................... 65,755.20


Total................................. ..... $455,112.27

These figures include only the interest paid into the
General Revenue Fund, excepting for 1921, which in-
cludes $27,276.66 paid into General Revenue, during the
quarters ending respectively March 31, 1921, and June 30,
1921, and $38,478.54 paid into the newly created State
Bond Sinking Fund (discussed later in this Report),
during the quarters ending September 30, 1921, and De-
cember 31, 1921. The amount shown above for 1921 is
slightly more than double the amount for 1919, and a
25 per cent increase over 1920.










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The entire collections on account of interest on State
deposits during 1921, including interest credited to funds
not included in the above tabulation, amounted to $72,-
017.92, distributed as follows:

INTEREST ON DEPOSIT OF STATE FUNDS COLLECTED
DURING 1921.
To What Fund Credited:
General Revenue Fund............................... $27,276.66
State Bond Sinking Fund........................... 38,478.54
Interest State School Fund ........................... 2,412.39
Drainage Bond Sinking Fund ...................... 248.09
Drainage Bond Fund .............................. .... 2,824.31
Drainage Tax Fund ................................. 600.00
U. S. Government (Smith-Hughes) Funds............. 177.93
Total.........................................$72,017.92

Interest collections by quarters was as follows:
Quarter ending March 31, 1921 ....................... $14,524.46
Quarter ending June 30, 1921 ............ .......... 16,407.36
Quarter ending September 30, 1921................... 22,649.20
Quarter ending December 31, 1921.................... 18,436.90

Total............. ........ ................... $72,017.92

Interest is payable the first day of each calendar
quarter, on the average daily balances of the preceding
quarter, and the earnings fluctuate considerably from
quarter to quarter. Tax collections are the heaviest
ordinarily during the second quarter of the year, and this
is reflected in the increased interest on State deposits
earned during that quarter, and collected during the suc-
ceeding quarter, under the law.

SINKING FUND FOR RETIREMENT OF STATE'S
BONDED DEBT.

In my annual report for 1920 there appears the fol-
lowing:
"On pages 6 and 7 of my Annual Report for 1919 I discussed 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 $40,000.00 a
year from this source was $12,000.00 short of the actual receipts
in 1920, and I would feel safe now in estimating an average
income from interest on State deposits 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 extinguish-
ment of the public debt of the State than to continue merely
crediting it to General Revenue, without any specific purpose,
especially as it is not sufficient to justify any reduction in the
State millage, though in itself by no means an inconsiderable
amount annually."
It is with great pleasure indeed that I am enabled in
this Report to record the passage of the Weaver-Edge Act
(Chapter 8507, Laws of Florida) by the Legislature of
1921, to carry out this recommendation, which had been
strongly endorsed as well in your Excellency's address to
the Legislature upon the convening of the regular session.
It is an additional gratification to note that the Act passed
both houses of the Legislature without a dissenting vote.
Under the provisions of this Act, which became a law
with the approval of the Executive May 17, 1921, and
went into effect July 1st, a Sinking Fund Commission was
created, composed of the Governor, the Secretary of State,
the Attorney General, the State Treasurer and the State
Superintendent of Public Instruction, who are empowered
to use the moneys derived from interest on State deposits
as a sinking fund for the retirement of the bonded in-
debtedness of the State, which consists of $601,567.00
Florida 3% refunding bonds of 1901 and 1903, of which
$267,700.00 mature in 1951 and $333,867.00 mature in
1953. All of these bonds are owned by the several State
educational funds, and are controlled by the State Board
of Education.
While the new law did not become effective until July
1st, 1921, and had the benefit only of interest from State
deposits collected during the last six months of the year,
the total receipts amounted to $38,478.54. Of this amount
$37,654.45 was invested in the purchase of Broward
county sub-district 6% school bonds of the par value of
$20,000.00, and Marion county 5% road bonds of the par
value of $20,000.00 (total par value $40,000.00), and there
remained cash in the Sinking Fund at the end of the year
amounting to $824.09. Future investments will be made
as promptly as money is received from interest on State
deposits in sufficient amounts to justify additional bond
purchases.














The Sinking Fund Act provides (Section 5):
"That when, in the judgment of the Sinking Fund Commission
and the State Board of Education, the fair market value of the
bonds in the Sinking Fund, together with accrued interest on
same and the cash, or a portion thereof, to the credit of the
State Sinking Fund, shall equal the par value of the State of
Florida Refunding 3% Bonds issued in 1901 and 1903 and held
by the Educational Funds of the State, aggregating $601,567.00
(plus accrued interest on same), the Sinking Fund Commission
is hereby authorized to transfer to the State Board of Education
all bonds in the Sinking Fund, together with so much of the
Sinking Fund cash as may be agreed upon, and upon acceptance
and receipt of such settlement the State Board of Education shall
surrender said Florida Refunding 3% Bonds and deliver same to
the Sinking Fund Commission, with a receipt in full settlement
endorsed upon same. Thereupon, interest on said Florida 3%
bonds shall terminate and cease to be paid. The balance, if any,
in the Sinking Fund shall be transferred to the General Revenue
Fund, and thereafter interest on State moneys shall be paid into
the General Revenue Fund."

As the law limits the investment of this fund to securi-
ties of the same nature purchased by the State Board of
Education for the funds under its control, and as the per-
sonnel of this Board is the same as the Sinking Fund
Commission, no conceivable difficulty can arise in the
transfer, in due course, of the Sinking Fund bonds to the
State Board of Education in exchange for the cancellation
of the $601,567.00 Florida refunding 3% bonds, as pro-
vided by the Sinking Fund Act. This should be done
within the next seven or eight years, and when it is accom-
plished, the entire bonded debt of the State will have been
wiped out more than twenty years before maturity, with-
out one dollar's taxation for that purpose, $18,000.00 a
year interest charges now paid out of the General Rev-
enue Fund will be released for other purposes, and the
Educational Funds of the State will exchange the 3% re-
funding bonds for securities bringing in not less than
$15,000.00 a year additional interest earnings, for the aid
of the common schools of Florida and the Seminary
Funds.














INSURANCE DEPARTMENT



ADMISSIONS AND WITHDRAWALS

The following insurance companies were admitted to the State
of Florida during the year 1921:
FIRE.
Allemania Fire Insurance Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.
American Equitable Assurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Columbian National Fire Insurance Company, Lansing, Mich.
Great Lakes Insurance Company, Chicago, Ill.
Law Union & Rock Insurance Company, Ltd., New York, N. Y.
Minnesota Implement Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Owa-
tonna, Minn.
Netherlands Fire and Life Insurance Company (Holland),
Chicago, Ill.
Northwestern Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Minne-
apolis, Minn.
Peoples National Fire Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Reliance Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
South British Insurance Company, Ltd. (N. Z.), New York, N. Y.
United Firemen's Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Washington Marine Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
LIFE.
Alabama National Life Insurance Company, Birmingham, Ala.
Bankers Reserve Life Insurance Company, Omaha, Neb.
Indianapolis Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis, Ind.
Protective Life Insurance Company, Birmingham, Ala.
Security Life and Trust Company, Greensboro, N. C.
MISCELLANEOUS.
North American Accident Insurance Company, Chicago, Ill.
Norwich Union Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
Travelers Indemnity Company, Hartford, Conn.
SICK AND FUNERAL BENEFIT.
National Relief Assurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
Aid Association for Lutherans, Appleton, Wis.
Order of Perfected Woodcraft, Sedalia, Mo.
Woodmen of Union, Hot Springs, Ark.
The following insurance companies withdrew during 1921:
FIRE.
Marine and Motor Insurance Company, Galveston, Texas.
Washington Marine Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
LIFE. *
Indiana National Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis, Ind.
MISCELLANEOUS.
American Indemnity Company, Galveston, Texas.
SICK AND FUNERAL BENEFIT.
British-American Sick and Accident Insurance Company,
Miami, Fla.
State Benefit Insurance Company, Tampa. Fla.













RECIPROCALS.
Crescent Auto Protective Association, Mattoon, Ill.
SUMMARY.
Fire companies admitted.......13 Withdrawn...... 2
Life companies admitted....... 5 Withdrawn...... 1
Miscellaneous admitted ........ 3 Withdrawn...... 1
Reciprocals admitted........... 0 Withdrawn...... 1
Sick benefit admitted.......... 1 Withdrawn...... 2
Fraternal societies admitted.... 3 Withdrawn...... 0

Total admitted..............25 Withdrawn...... 7

INSURANCE TAXES.

The following amounts of Insurance Taxes were col-
lected through this Department for the State during the
year 1921:

Insurance Company License Taxes...........$ 44,300.00
Insurance Agents License Taxes............. 59,797.50
Insurance Companies Premium Tax-2% of
the gross premiums collected from policy-
holders in the State of Florida during the
year 1921 ............................... 374,777.66

Total taxes during the year.............. $478,875.16

Fees for filing Annual Statements of Insur-
ance Companies, paid to State Treasurer
and turned into General Revenue Fund.... $ 2,765.00

Total receipts from Insurance Companies, all
sources ....................... ...........$481,640.16

LIST OF SECURITIES DEPOSITED WITH THE STATE
TREASURER BY INSURANCE COMPANIES
DECEMBER 31, 1921.
Under Section 4339 (2792), Revised General Statutes.
By-
Aetna Casualty and Surety Company, Hartford,
Conn.
U. S. Second Liberty Loan Bonds, Regis-
tered, par value..................... $ 60,000.00
American Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
New York State, Registered Bond.......... 50,000.00
Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
Baltimore, Md. *
State of Tennessee, Registered Bonds, par
value ................... ............ 50,000.00
Maryland Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, Regis-
tered, par value...................... 50,000.00
National Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
State of Tennessee Coupon Bonds, par value 50,000.00











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Royal Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Second Liberty Loan Bonds, Regis-
tered, par value....................... 60,000.00
United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co., Balti-
more 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

$ 420,000.00

Under Section 4283, Revised General Statutes.
By-
First National Fire Insurance Company, Wash-
ington, D. C.
(Re-insured in 1915.)
City of Lake City, Fla., Bonds, par value... $ 3,000.00
Home Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Government Registered Bonds,
par value....................$10,000.00
District of Columbia Registered
Bonds, par value............. 10,000.00

Total par value........................... 20,000.00
In addition to the above collateral bonds there
is deposited with the State Treasurer, under
the provisions of this Section, Surety Bonds
in approved Surety Companies in the amount
of $20,000.00 each-by 128 Fire Insurance
Companies, aggregating ..........:........ 2,560,000.00

Total...................................$2,583,000.00

Under Section 4303, Revised General Statutes.
By-
Carolina Life Insurance Company, Columbia, S. C.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, par value
of .................................... $ 5,000.00
Industrial Life and Health Insurance Company,
Atlanta, Ga.
Municipal Coupon Bonds, par value........ 5,000.00
National Relief Assurance Company, Philadel-
phia, Pa.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, par value
of .................................... 5,000.00
Southern Life and Health Insurance Company,
Birmingham, Ala.
Municipal Coupon Bonds, par value........ 5,000.00

$ 20,000,00












SUMMARY.
Collateral Bonds ........... ... ..... ............ $ 463,000.00
Surety Bonds ....................... ............. 2,560,000.00
Aggregate face value of all securities deposited by
Insurance Companies ........................ $3,023,000.00

STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND.

In accordance with recommendations of this office, the
Legislature enacted Chapter 8430, Laws of Florida, ap-
proved June 14, 1921, which perfects the State Fire Fund
Law in several particulars. Amongst these, it makes a
definite appropriation for the payment of premiums as
they fall due, out of the General Revenue Fund, and also
makes all past due premiums available by appropriation
from General Revenue, in case of possible fire losses in
excess of the cash balance in the State Fire Insurance
Fund at any time. The Fire Insurance Fund is also per-
mitted, in case of losses beyond its immediate ability to
pay, to borrow from the General Revenue Fund a suffi-
cient amount for this purpose, to be repaid out of the
Fire Fund's subsequent earnings. Bills effecting these
changes were introduced by Mr. Igou in the Senate, and
by Messrs. Edge and Futch in the House of Representa-
tives.
The Treasurer is also given adequate authority to in-
spect all properties of the State insured in the State
Fund, and to require fire hazards to be remedied. Sev-
eral inspections were made during the year, and at the
close of the year the Treasurer and the State Board of
Control are working together on plans for fire protection
at the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College for
Negroes, located just outside of Tallahassee. The build-
ings at this institution are nearly all of them of frame
construction, some of them very old, and definite measures
for local protection are imperatively needed. The only
fire of the year, in which there was a loss of State prop-
erty insured in the State Fire Fund, was the total de-
struction, on February 22, 1921, of Tucker Hall annex,
an old dormitory for boys, at the Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical College for Negroes, with contents, which
entailed a loss to the fund of $4,200.00
Since its creation in May, 1917, the State Fire Insur-
ance Fund has been the means of saving a large amount












to the State in fire insurance premiums which other-
wise would have been paid to private companies. As
shown by the tabulation following, net premiums written
since the creation of the fund, less cancellations and
return premiums, amount to $157,499.56, with fire losses
aggregating $32,481.71, and administrative expenses of
$5,347.80, leaving a gross profit to date of $119,670.05.
Deducting from this the unearned premium reserve of
$52,801.01, leaves a net profit of $66,869.04.
If we add to this net underwriting profit of $66,869.04
the $9,156.91 representing interest on daily balances of
State funds saved through retaining these premiums in
the treasury instead of paying them out to private com-
panies, and deduct $3,149.98 to cover the loss of the 2%
premium tax which the companies would have repaid to
the State on the total business during the entire period
covered, we have a net profit to date of $72,875.97 through
the operations of the State Fire Insurance Fund law in
less than five years of its existence (an amount that may
be expected reasonably to be increased out of the conver-
sion of all or a part of the $52,801.01 unearned premium
reserve into future profits), a net saving so far of ap-
proximately $15,000.00 a year to the State under this law,
as against an average loss of $8,000.00 a year prior to the
enactment of this law, in premiums paid out in excess of
fire losses sustained and paid to the State by fire insur-
ance companies.
It will be observed that the ratio of fire losses incurred
since the creation of this fund ($32,481.71) to the total
premiums charged, less cancellations and return pre-
miums ($157,499.56), is less than 21 per cent, while the
losses incurred in Florida by insurance companies during-
the last five years for which reports have been filed with
this department, amount to an average of 38 per cent of
the premiums received. This is accounted for in part no
doubt by the superior type of construction of the more
recently erected State buildings, and the comparison is
not unfavorable to the State. It is also estimated that
it costs fire insurance companies an average of 40 per
cent in salaries, commissions and other "overhead ex-
penses" to put and retain business on their books. The
total administrative expenses of the State Fire Insurance
Fund since its creation amount to $5,347.80 (an average
of about $1,200.00 a year), slightly less than 3.5% of the













premiums written, and less than one-tenth the same pro-
portionate expense as the private companies incur. This
comparison is not to disparage the companies in any way,
but merely to emphasize the saving to the State in this
kind of expense, through the use of an organization al-
ready established, and the elimination of soliciting, adver-
tising and other expenses proper to and inseparable from
a private, competitive business. Needless to say, the rates
charged the State for insurance in former years by the
companies carried the same heavy provision for expenses
of procuring the business as any other rates, and the
State could not; in any propriety, have either demanded
or accepted better treatment in the matter of rates than
was accorded its private citizens in their dealings with
the companies.
UNDERWRITING EXHIBIT.
Premiums written prior to 1921, previously
reported ...........................$111,435.91
Premiums written during 1921, including
renewals ........................... 48,114.30

Total premiums written since May 22,
1917 ...............................$159,550.21
Less cancellation and return premiums in
1921 ............................... 2,050.65

Net premiums written since May 22, 1917. $157,499.56
Unearned Premiums-Reserve.
One-sixth premiums written 1919, expir-
ing 1922 ...........................$ 1,768.79
One-half premiums written 1920, expir-
ing 1923 ............................ 15,165.26
One-half premiums written 1921, expir-
ing 1922 ............................ 437.50
Three-fourths premiums written 1921, ex-
piring 1923 ......................... 35,429.46

Deduct total unearned premiums, Decem-
ber 31, 1921......................... $ 52,801.01

Net premiums earned since May 22,
1917 ........................... $104,698.55
STATEMENT OF FIRE LOSSES.
Losses prior to 1921, previously reported..$ 28,281.71
Losses during 1921...................... 4,200.00

Total losses by fire since May 22, 1917 $ 32,481.71

Gross profit on premiums earned to
date ........................... $ 72,216.84















EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION.

Previously During
Reported 1921
Inspection of properties...........$ 177.68 $ 30.00
Salaries of employes............. 2,752.58 2,231.97
Office equipment and supplies.... 151.32 4.25

Total ...................... $3,081.58 $2,266.22 $ 5,347.80
Net premium earnings since creation of Fund, after
deducting all expenses and losses, and unearned
premium reserve ............................. $66,869.04

ACCRUED INTEREST EARNINGS.

Earned prior to 1921, previously reported....$5,870.47
Earned during 1921 ........................ 3,286.44 $ 9,156.91

Total earnings to date, interest and net
premiums ......................... $76,025.95

PREMIUM TAX.

Deduct 2% premium tax lost by State since creation
of Fund ....................................... $ 3,149.98

Net earnings of Fund since May 22, 1917........ $72,875.97

INSURANCE IN FORCE DECEMBER 31, 1921, ON BUILDINGS
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE SEVERAL
STATE INSTITUTIONS, CARRIED IN STATE
FIRE INSURANCE FUND.

Armory for State Troops, Apalachicola ............ $ 6,000.00
Armory for State Troops, Key West ................ 8,500.00
Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes,
Tallahassee .................................. 198,526.00
Industrial School for Boys, Marianna............... 116,288.00
Industrial School for Girls, Ocala.................. 59,000.00
School for Deaf and Blind, St. Augustine ............ 424,086.00
Florida State College for Women, Tallahassee...... 794,110.00
Florida Hospital for Insane, Chattahoochee ......... 428,286.00
The Governor's Mansion, Tallahassee.............. 25,200.00
State Arsenal, St. Augustine ....................... 57,975.00
State Board of Health (Headquarters, Jacksonville). 104,737.00
State Camp Grounds, Black Point .................. 8,000.00
The Capitol, Tallahassee........................... 111,572.00
State Prison Farm, Raiford ....................... 115,604.00
State Road Department (Headquarters, Tallahassee). 3,946.00
Supreme Court Building and contents, Tallahassee.. 93,750.00
U. S. Ordnance at University of Florida, Gainesville. 30,750.00
University of Florida, Gainesville.................. 1,074,113.00
Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Dis-
trict (Headquarters, Tallahassee).............. *25,000.00










18

Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble-minded, Gaines-
ville ........................................ 112,500.00
Board of Control (Headquarters, Tallahassee), Sub-
Experiment Station at Lake Alfred.............. 4,114.00
Total.......................................$3,802,057.00
*Insurance on Dredge "Culebra."

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

Cash receipts into the Fund during 1921 from premiums
amounted to $19,993.39, and disbursements amounted to
$9,966.22, of which $7,700.00 was on account of fire losses.
The cash balance at the beginning of the year was
$3,697.74, and at the close of the year $13,724.91. A de-
tailed statement of such receipts and disbursements will
be found elsewhere in this Report.

SALARY OF CHIEF CLERK.

The only other legislation initiated by this office which
was enacted during the present year was Chapter 8594,
Laws of Florida, approved June 14, 1921, which .repealed
Section 151 of the Revised General Statutes of 1920, re-
lating to salary of Chief Clerk of the State Treasurer's
office. This section, originally Chapter 6543, Acts of
1913, was passed to meet an emergency which no longer
existed, and it was desired to leave this salary to be fixed
in the General Appropriation Act which is passed by each
Legislature, and which fixes generally the salaries of
State employes.

BILLS FAILING OF PASSAGE.

Several other bills affecting the Treasurer's office
proper and the Insurance Department were introduced
at my request during the 1921 legislative session. None
received an adverse vote, but a number "died on the
calendar" as a result of a congestion of work at the close
of the session.

STATEMENT OF DETAILED DISBURSEMENTS.

Under the provisions of Chapter 5384, Laws of Florida,
commonly known as the "Buckman Act" (Section 610,
Revised General Statutes of 1920), the State Treasurer is












required to publish, in detail, all warrants paid by him
which are issued upon vouchers approved by the Board
of Control. Such publication has always been made in
the Treasurer's report and will be found in this Report.
Owing to the extremely high cost of printing, however,
I have again omitted this year the detailed statements
of some of the other funds which it had 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 necessary
data and the cost of publication. There seems to be little
need for publishing the details of any of these funds, un-
less 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 Legisla-
ture, 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, the investments of the
State Bond Sinking Fund and the several State Educa-
tional Funds; also a statement of all vouchers approved
by the Treasurer for payment out of the contingent funds
allowed this office, and the State Fire Insurance Fund,
for the administration of which the Treasurer is respon-
sible.
In conclusion, I beg to extend my appreciation for your
Excellency's assistance and co-operation at all times, and
to express the hope for a continuance of these relations
throughout your administration.
Respectfully submitted,


State Treasurer.













RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES


Balance in
NAME OF FUND Fund Jan. 1
1921


General Revenue F'und .............................
One Mill School Tax Fund.........................
Pension Tax Fund....................................
State Board of Health Fund .........................
State Road Tax Fund ...............................
State Prison 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...........................


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


Receipts I
During
1921
$2,725,100.69
356,947.25
1,115,837.44
162,395.91
754,910.71
170,470.99
616,177.03
1,364,462.18
216,953.15
90,209.69

32,039.72
8,330.50

570,461.11
100,963.72
69,604.73
490,308.b
3,761.35

b5o.09
4,307.54
966.04
52.42

19,993.391


E


)isbur'ments
During
1921
$3,237,628.93
357,876.00
1,170,938.48
208,183.35
743,426.43
164,631.85
649,163.42
1,425,512.93
243,359.03
74,574.00

33,348.73
9,1,,.91

639,857.08
69,896.72
61,734..-
430,178.47
3,761.35


4,665.09

1,131.51
4,000.00
9,966.22


Balance in
Fund Dec. 31
1921
$ 202,731.06
82,526.36
350,637.98
59,468.47
76,977.87
29,622.32
56,161.77
10,762.51
41,807.06
71,106.08
90.53
8,093.35
2.51
363.11
322,039.05
39,047.57
18,104.21
66,231.48

2,453.21
1,038.26
1.49
4,730.82
396.34

13,724.91










Automobile Refund Fund .............................. 252.001 70.00 182.00
Gasoline Inspection Fund ............................. 56,908.47 93,464.36 68,699.70 81,673.13
State Road License Fund (Gasoline).................. 228,056.41 149,202.93 78,853.48
State Board of Nurses Fund.......................... 273.47 2,413.30 2,619.26 67.51
State Highway Fund.................................. 10.71 55,824.74 55,826.78 8.67
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund......... 234.11 354.80 567.61 21.30
Florida Hospital Special Maintenance Fund............ .48 17,262.14 3,903.20 13,359.42
Florida Farm Colony E. & F. M. Incidental Fund...... 1,096.46 1,096.46
Florida Bonds Sinking Fund ......................... 38,478.54 37,654.45 824.09
Agricultural College Fund............................. 1,379.07 7,665.00 6,963.57 2,080.50
Interest of Seminary Fund............................. 4,283.91 4,303.00 2,741.03 5,845.88
Hatch Experiment Station Fund....................... 1,153.10 15,000.00 14,125.59 2,027.51
Adams Experiment Station Fund...................... 2,829.65 15,000.00 16,302.63 1,527.02
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund................... 3,100.30 48,335.04 42,997.50 8,437.84
Lever Supplemental Extension Fund................... 2,140.61 17,048.72 16,578.51 2,610.82
White College Morrill Fund .......................... 14,892.15 25,000.00 35,551.03 4,341.12
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ......................... 15,545.97 25,000.00 25,198.31 15,347.66
A. & M. College Incidental Fund...................... 17.05 5,496.33 5,506.31 7.07
A. & M. College Slater Fund.......................... 135.30 250.00 385.00 .30
University of Florida Incidental Fund ................. 4,881.31 16,179.40 17,014.24 4,046.47
Florida State College Incidental Fund ................. 18,964.12 24,165.61 35,324.08 7,805.65
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund ............... 873.54 395.50 750.00 519.04
Experiment Station Incidental Fund.................. 14.58 6,413.90 6,310.27 118.21
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ...................... 3,291.11 10,270.31 11,344.63 2,216.79
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industrial Fund............. 1,618.79 4,905.83 5,381.39 1,143.23
Smith-Hughes Teachers' Training Fund............... 1,742.65 7,766.46 8,890.59 618.52
Winter Haven Sub-Experiment Station Fund........... 2,269.32 3,782.15 3,548.28 2,503.19
University of Florida Hygiene Fund.................. 7,306.24 7,306.24
General Extension Division Incidental Fund........... 442.55 3,675.52 4,045.62 72.45
S$2,270,950.98 $9,552,405.55 $10,127,882.971 $1,695,473.56














GENERAL REVENUE FUND

Abstracts of Receipts During the Year 1921

Taxes 1921 ...................................... $ 353,107.44
Taxes 1920 ....................................... 1,091,338.27
Taxes 1919 ....................................... 11,125.69
License Tax, General.............................. 284,009.27
License Hotels and Restaurants.................... 19,035.71
License American Railway Express Company........ 15,977.76
License Gulf Refining Company .................... 500.00
License Union Tank Car Company .................. 500.00
License Fruit Growers Express.................... 500.00
License Pullman Car Company..................... 5,550.00
License Southwestern Express Company............. 6.83
License Insurance Companies...................... 44,300.00
License Insurance Agents.. .................... ... 59,797.50
Insurance Companies Premium Tax, 2% on Gross
Receipts during 1921 ........................... 374,777.66
Pullman Car Company Percentage on Gross Receipts 9,130.21
Tax on Commissions....................... ....... 2,573.00
Charter Tax of Corporations....................... 99,837.00
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps .................. ....... 72,904.58
Sale of Feed Stamps............................. 41,595.93
Sale of Acts of Legislature ........................ 672.50
Sale of Bound Revised General Statutes ............ 8,491.00
Sale of Unbound Revised General Statutes.......... 336.00
Sale of Bound Revised Statutes.................... 20.00
Sale of Laws Governing County Commissioners ..... 1.00
Sale of Perfumery Certificates...................... 35.00
Sale of State Flags ................................ 1.25
Fees from State Treasurer ........................ 2,765.00
Fees from Secretary of State...................... 4,887.45
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture............ 1,016.75
Fees from Shell Fish Fund ....................... 108.05
Receipts from Comptroller under Chapter 6422...... 1,200.00
Interest on Deposits to June 30, 1921............... 27,276.66
Bank Examinatidn Taxes ......................... 5,885.00
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock Jacksonville Main
Street Railway ............................... 30.00
Tax Certificates, Proceeds from Comptroller........ 45,579.94
Tax Certificates, Expense of Sale ................... 23,148.07
Tax Certificates, Interest.......................... 80,812.00
Interest on Deposits from Comptroller .............. 1,159.11
Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board under
Chap 7917 .................................... 32,000.00
Receipts from Girls' Industrial School Maintenance
Appropriation ................................. 29.12
Receipts from Boys' Industrial School Maintenance
Appropriation ................................. 2,208.47
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 38451 ....... 63.22
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 24963....... 33.00
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 16296........ 374.00















Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 12243 ....... 295.50
Refund on Vomptroller's Warrant No. 37167....... 155.75

Total Receipts during the Year................ $2,725,100.69
Balance as per Report January 1, 1921.......... 715,259.30

$3,440,359.99
GENERAL REVENUE FUND
Disbursements During the Year 1921
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Contingent Expenses of State .....................$ 5,433.10
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Improvement and
Care ................ .................. .......... 1,104.39
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Furnishing and
R epairing .................................... 643.03
Salaries Executive Department..................... 29,721.42
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department......... 95,729.13
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments.. 1,878.17
EDUCATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS.
A. & M. College for Negroes, Educational Fund..... 15,985.27
A. & M. College for Negroes, Building Educational
Fund ......................................... 14,426.38
Board of Control Educational Fund................ 4,198.12
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Educational Fund. 69,445.11
Florida School for Deaf and Blind, Building Educa-
tional Fund ................................... 30,219.17
Florida State College for Women, Educational Fund. 124,077.68
Florida State College for Women, Building Educa-
tional Fund .................................. 111,911.44
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropria-
tion Fund .................................... 36,013.27
Plant Act Fund, General ......................... 30,655.85
Plant Act Fund, Special........................... 149,699.30
University of Florida Educational Fund............ 148,490.29
University of Florida, Building Educational Fund.... 5,818.80
Smith-Hughes Administration Department, State
Appropriation ................................. 4,717.04
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation........... 24,604.41
Everglades Agricultural Experiment Station........ 33.67
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
Agricultural Statistics ............................ 3,602.85
Express and Telegrams. I ....... .............. 712.51
Field Note Division............................... 60.18
Postage ............................................ 1,082.46
Printing Bulletins ................................ 3,000.00
Printing Stamps .................................. 1,673.98
Stationery and other Contingent Expenses.......... 1,195.82
Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture... 600.00
Extra Printing for Immigration.................... 1,000.00
STATE CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT.
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist........ 641.41
Clerk Chemical Division........................... 1,200.00
Incidental Expenses Pure Food Division............ 1,137.87















Janitor State Chemist .............................. 530.00
Postage State Chemist ............................. 122.94
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants.............. 9,833.33
Salaries Food and Drug Inspectors ................. 5,265.00
Traveling Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors ...... 3,487.38
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants.. 747.00
CAPITOL AND OFFICES
Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office....... 1,022.96
Incidental Expenses Insurance Commissioner....... 1,325.79
Engineer at Capitol ................................ 1,200.00
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol.................. 1,993.40
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's Office...... 900.43
Janitors at Capitol ............ ...... ............ 1,605.00
Janitor Comptroller's and Treasurer's Office........ 560.00
List Land Entries and other Contingent Expenses
Comptroller's Office .............. ............ 1,145.59
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secretary of State. 1,499.15
Postage, Printing and other Contingent Expenses,
Superintendent Public Instruction.............. 3,576.59
Purchase of Books, Attorney General's Office....... 498.63
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public In-
struction ..................................... 510.41
Repairs and other Incidental Expenses at Capitol... 2,009.69
W atchman at Capitol.............................. 1,200.00
Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by State
Treasurer ..................................... 500.00
Purchase of Books and Office Furniture, Attorney
General's Office ............................... 56.95
Repairs and other Incidental Expenses of Capitol,
Emergency Appropriation ..................... 3,999.95
Postage, State Treasurer's Office................... 300.00
Auditing Department, Comptroller's Office.......... 7,491.99
AUDITOR'S DEPARTMENT.
Postage, Stationery and other Contingent Expenses,
State Auditor ............. ................. 407.00
Salaries State Auditor and Clerks.................. 3,674.50
Salaries Assistant State Auditors ................. 4,203.50
Salaries and Traveling Expenses Accountants State
A uditor ...................................... 1,036.83
Salaries State Bank Examiners.................... 6,495.65
Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners. ......... 6,700.95
Traveling Expenses State Auditor................. 242.17
Traveling Expenses Assistant State Auditors........ 883.38
MILITARY DEPARTMENT.
Adjutant General's Salary.......................... 2,166.73
National Guard of Florida......................... 37,376.01
National Guard of Florida, Repairs to Key West
Arm ory ...................................... 2,904.87
Act for Relief of Duval County Home Guards........ 6.00
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court ............... 3,142.85
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem.................... 935.25













Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian................. 300.00
Court Reporters' Salaries.......................... 3,621.73
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in other Circuits.. 769.11
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting on Supreme Court
Bench ........................................ 80.34
Expenses State Attorneys Acting in other Circuits.. 185.82
Electric lights, Water, Gas, etc., for Supreme Court. 678.07
Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man.............. 567.50
Furnace and Yard Man ........................... 510.00
Jurors and W witnesses .............................. 186,098.80
Salaries Law Clerks Supreme Court................ 4,095.00
Messenger Supreme Court ......................... 535.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports................... 3,990.80
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library...... 618.20
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice....... 100.00
Salaries Judicial Department....................... 113,253.53
Salaries Justices Supreme Court................... 23,750.00
Supreme Court, Fuel for Heating ................... 1,070.00
Revision and Consolidation of Laws of Florida...... 18,518.89
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices............ 2,283.36
Salary Assistant Secretary Supreme Court Justices. 1,841.65
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem................... 676.00
Watchman for Supreme Court ...................... 525.00
Repairing Supreme Court Building ................. 244.28

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS.

An Act for Relief of W. M. Holloway............... 625.85
An Act for Relief of Chas. P. Lovell, Adjutant Gen-
eral ..................... ...................... 333.33
An Act for Relief of Harry W. Thompson........... 7,038.00
An Act for Relief of J. C. Van Pelt ................. 7,000.00
An Act for Relief of Edgar C. Thompson............. 1,424.44
An Act for Relief of Gadsden County, Jurors County
Court ........................................ 4,216.20
An Act for Relief of Pepper Printing Co............. 393.99
An Act for Relief of R. E. L. Chancey .............. 2,450.00
An Act for Relief of Anna Dummett Chapter, U. D. C.,
Inc., of St. Augustine, Fla ...................... 2,000.00
An Act for Relief of Pepper Printing Co............. 1.00
An Act for Relief of M. M. Whitehurst .............. 1,372.63
An Act for Relief of L. L. Meggs.................... 800.15
An Act for Relief of Chas. P. Lovell................. 166.67
An Act for Relief of R. R. Carter ................... 631.29
An Act for Relief of John Logan.................... 1,412.65
An Act for Relief of S. A. Johnson .................. 40.00
Abstracting Lands Sold for Taxes for Use of Tax
Assessors .................................... .. 2,217.74
Appropriation for Deficiency in Interest Agricultural
College Fund ................................. 2,716.00
Citrus Fruit Standard ............................. 2,042.80
Confederate Soldiers' Home ........................ 13,184.10
County Finance ................................... 9,018.19
Expenses Collection of Revenue .................... 234,336.07
Expenses Geological Survey........................ 8,283.56














Expenses of Legislature of 1921.................... 118,119.80
Farmers' Demonstration Work..................... 5,142.01
Florida Industrial School for Boys.................. 130,287.67
Florida Industrial School for Girls.................. 74,696.67
General Printing and Advertising .................. 29,980.87
Hog Cholera Serum and Virus...................... 16,055.51
Hotel Commission ................................ 19,071.77
Interest on Bonded Debt........................... 18,047.00
Investment Companies ............................ 432.50
Live Stock Sanitary Board, State ................... 67,702.50
Florida State Hospital-Maintenance............... 643,357.59
Florida State Hospital-Improvements............. 87,276.13
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists ...................... 21,955.20
Printing General Laws ............................ 4,100.00
Refund on Tax Certificates........................ 853.59
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission......... 33,124.50
Salary Actuary Insurance Commissioner ............ 1,458.33
Salary Shell Fish Commissioner .................... 3,499.91
Salaries Rural School Inspectors ................... 3,999.98
Services Civil Engineer and other Contingent Ex-
penses Assessment of Railroads ................ 1,246.14
State Board of Examiners for Teachers............ 1,226.61
State Labor Inspector .............................. 2,658.47
State Marketing Bureau ........................... 21,504.76
Summer Schools .................................. 14,575.00
Teachers' Training Departments of High Schools... 3,000.00
Traveling Expenses Rural School Inspectors......... 2,315.82
Traveling Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner...... 1,035.26
Royal Palm State Park............................ 2,500.00
Salary Clerk Commissioners State Institutions...... 388.88
Care Monument Olustee Battle Field ............... 400.00
State Equalizer of Taxes .......................... 3,007.97
Official Custodian of the State Flag................ 22.42
State Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble-Minded. 142,953.03
Insurance Premium Fund ......................... 17,248.25
Dade Memorial Park, Sumter County ............... 2,015.00
State Prison Farm, County Taxes.................. 3,877.56
Presidential Electors ............................. 295.10
State Fire Loss Insurance Fund.................... 13,450.00
Expenses Legislative Investigating Committee ...... 936.74
State Board of Examiners, Emergency Appropriation 1,833.26
Enlargement of Capitol............................ 7,880.64
Battle of Marianna Monument ............ ......... 5,000.00
State Constitutional Memorial Commission .......... 7.55
State School Book Commission ..................... 801.21

Total Disbursements for the Year.............. $3,237,628.93
Balance ...................................... 202,731.06

$3,440,359.99













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BONDED DEBT OF THE STATE

THREE PER CENT. REFUNDING BONDS OF 1901.

Amount 3% bonds issued in 1901, exchange 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 Seminary
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, exchange 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 Seminary
Fund .................................... 76,600.00
One to the State School Fund................ 125,367.00

$333,867.00

Total bonded debt of the State, Dec. 31, 1921 $601,567.00

INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT PAID IN 1021.

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.

ONE MILL SCHOOL TAX FUND
RECEIPTS IN 1921.

From State taxes........................................ .$345,720.74
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions....... 11,226.51

Total Receipts during year............................ $356,947.25
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ....................... 83,455.11

$440,402.36
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement
following ...................................... $357,876.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .....................$ 82,526.36
NOTE.-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed to the
several counties upon the basis of average school attendance.

















DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.


Paid. In favor of. N
County School Depository:
Jan. 22-County of Liberty .....................
May 9-County of Wakulla......................
May 10-County of Escambia.....................
May 10- County of Leon.........................
May 11-County of Columbia .....................
May 11-County of Seminole......................
May 11- County of Lake ........................
May 11-County of Flagler.......................
May 11-County of Suwannee .....................
May 11-County of Holmes.......................
May 11-County of Walton.......................
May 11-County of Jackson.. .....................
May 11-County of Washington...................
May 11-County of Santa Rosa ...................
May 12-County of Volusia......................
May 12-County of Nassau......................
May 12- County of Levy.........................
May 12-County of Hillsborough ..................
May 12-County of Marion. ......................
May 12-County of Putnam......................
May 12-County of Hernando .....................
May 12-County of Gadsden ......................
May 12-County of Sumter........................
May 12-County of Taylor.......................
May 12-County of Baker........................
May 12-County of Pasco .......................
May 12-County of Broward......................
May 12-County of Hamilton .....................
May 12-County of St. Johns......................
May 12-County of Bradford......................
May 12-County of Duval........................
May 12-County of St. Johns......................
May 12-County of Brevard......................
May 12-County of DeSoto .......................
May 12-County of Orange..... .................
May 12- County of Citrus .......................
May 12-County of Franklin .....................
May 13-County of Polk.........................
May 13-County of Manatee .....................
May 13-County of Liberty ......................
May 13-County of Madison......................
May 13-County of Alachua .....................
May 13-County of Calhoun ......................
May 13- County of Clay .........................
May 13-County of Osceola.......................
May 13-County of Jefferson .....................
May 14-County of Okaloosa .....................
May 14-County of Pinellas ......................
May 14-County of Monroe ........................
May 14-County of Okeechobee ...................
May 16-County of Lee..........................


Warrant. Amount.


585 $
13385
13347
13360
13343
13380
13358
13348
13382
13354
13386
13355
13387
13379
13384
13367
13361
13353
13365
13376
13352
13350
13381
13383
13335
13373
13339
13351
13377
1333'7
13346
13378
13338
13345
13370
13341
13349
13375
13364
13362
13363
13334
13340
13342
13371
13356
13368
13374
13366
13369
13359


770.25
1,551.20
10,318.00
5,426.40
5,254.20
2,875.60
3,243.80
704.51
6,148.80
4,142.60
3,512.60
8,180.20
3,396.40
3,753.40
5,233.20
1,587.60
3,047.80
18,032.00
7,212.80
3,351.60
1,120.00
7,026.60
2,139.20
2,129.40
1,744.40
2,352.00
1,216.60
3,348.80
2,314.20
4,550.00
20,259.40
1,979.60
2,024.40
6,720.00
4,538.80
1,591.80
1,016.40
9,213.40
4,436.60
1,659.00
5,153.40
12,259.80
2,262.40
1,394.40
1,646.40
2,112.60
2,382.80
5,423.60
2,410.80
435.09
2,609.60

















Paid. In favor of. \
County School Depository:
May 16- County of Dade ........................
May 18-County of Bay ..........................
May 19-County of Palm Beach...................
June 8-County of LaFayette ....................
Nov. 7-County of Leon.........................
Nov. 7-County of Wakulla.....................
Nov. 9-County of Nassau ......................
Nov. 9-County of Gadsden ......................
Nov. 9-County of Madison .....................
Nov. 9-County of St. Johns......................
Nov. 9-County of Seminole .....................
Nov. 9- County of Duval........................
Nov. 9-County of Levy.........................
Nov. 9-County of Columbia .....................
Nov. 9-County of Flagler......................
Nov. 9-County of Lake.........................
Nov. 9-County of Walton ......................
Nov. 9-County of Santa Rosa ..................
Nov. 9- County of Jackson ......................
Nov. 9-County of Escambia ....................
Nov. 10-County of Putnam ......................
Nov. 10-County of Baker........................
Nov. 10-County of LaFayette ....................
Nov. 10- County of Taylor .......................
Nov. 10- County of Pasco .......................
Nov. 10- County of Citrus .......................
Nov. 10- County of Marion ......................
Nov. 10-County of Sumter ......................
Nov. 10-County of Alachua .....................
Nov. 10- County of Union .......................
Nov. 10- County of Volusia ......................
Nov. 10-County of St. Lucie ... .................
Nov. 10-County of Bradford .....................
Nov. 10-County of Orange. ......................
Nov. 10-County of Suwannee ...................
Nov. 10-County of Hernando ....................
Nov. 10-County of Brevard .... ...............
Nov. 10- County of Dade .......................
Nov. 10-County of Okeechobee...................
Nov. 12- County of Lee .........................
Nov. 12-County of Pinellas ......................
Nov. 12-County of DeSoto .......................
Nov. 12-County of Manatee .....................
Nov. 12-County of Osceola......................
Nov. 12-County of Monroe .....................
Nov. 12-County of Clay .........................
Nov. 12- County of Bay.........................
Nov. 12-County of Calhoun .....................
Nov. 12-County of Broward......................
Nov. 12-County of Jefferson .....................
Nov. 12-County of Hardee .....................
Nov. 12-County of Hillsborough .................
Nov. 12-County of Washington .................
Nov. 12-County of Palm Beach...................


Warrant. Amount.


13344
13336
13372
13357
32830
32854
32836
32818
32832
32844
32848
32814
32831
32810
32816
32828
32855
32846
32825
32815
32848
32801
32827
32851
32841
32808
32834
32849
32800
32852
32853
32845
32803
32838
32850
32821
o2804
32811
32837
32829
32842
32812
32833
32839
32835
32809
32802
32806
32805
32826
32820
32823
32856
32840


7,408.80
2,706.20
3,462.20
1,986.60
2,404.50
755.25
885.75
3,211.50
2,365.50
1,257.00
1,639.50
11,541.00
1,491.00
2,508.00
256.50
1,824.00
1,777.50
2,229.75
3,819.00
5,549.25
1,926.75
876.00
789.75
1,154.25
1,191.00
909.00
3,994.50
1,303.50
5,392.50
930.75
2,997.00
1,141.50
1,250.25
2,756.25
3,306.75
688.50
1,206.75
5,053.50
373.50
1,369.50
3,576.75
1,014.75
2,013.00
921.75
1,419.75
683.25
1,536.00
1,236.75
749.25
1,083.75
1,580.25
10,869.00
1,893.00
1,964.25
















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


Amount


Nov. 14-County of Franklin...................... 32817 551.25
Nov. 14-County of Holmes....................... 32824 2,001.75
Nov. 25-County of Polk.......................... 34898 6,384.75
Dec. 7-County of Wakulla ...................... 36206 39.00
Dec. 0-County of Hamilton...................... 36202 1,482.75
Dec. 10-County of Liberty........................ 36203 628.50
Dec. 12-County of Okaloosa....................... 36204 1,341.75

Total disbursements during year...................... $357,876.00




PENSION TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN' 1921.

From State taxes ......................................$1,080,566.68
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions..... 35,246.09

Total receipts, account of State taxes.............. .$1,115,812.77
Refund on pension warrants ............................ 24.67

Total receipts during year .......................... $1,115,837.44
Balance in fund January 1, 1921..................... 405,739.02

$1,521,576.46
Disbursements during year .............................. 1,170,938.48

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ..................$ 350,637.98




STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

From State taxes .......................................$155,267.12
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions....... 5,613.23

Total receipts, account of State taxes.................$160,880.35
U. S. Government, office rent (8 months) .............. ... 120.00
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 31300 ................ 5.50
From Anti-Rabies treatments ............................. 840.00
Sale of water pipe ...................................... 2.16
Florida Junk and Waste Paper Co. (sales to).............. 12.30
Refund on bill .......................................... 8.52
Refund by Ed M. Earnest................... ............. 283.33
Refund by J. W. Graves................................... 108.33
Refund by Joe L. Earman................................ 108.34
Defund of express charges on water ....................... 1.13
Sale of old spray pump ................... .............. 12.00













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Sale of scrap paper ..................................... 5.50
Unearned premium on Voucher 3828....................... 8.25

Total receipts during year.......................... $162,395.91
Balance in fund January 1, 1021..................... 105,255.91
$267,651.82
Disbursements during year........................... 208,183.35

Balance in fund December 31, 1921................... $ 59,468.47





PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL FUND

Received from Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund, ac-
count 25 per cent. sales of public lands ................ $209,733.34
Sale of school lands..................................... 4,940.54
Matured Gadsden County (Fla), 6% district bonds......... 2,000.00
Trespass on public lands.................................. 110.18
Stumpage from public lands in Taylor County.............. 37.50
Refund by Southern School Book Depository of overcharge on
text books ............................................ 131.59

Total receipts during year........................... $216,953.15
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 68,212.94

$285,166.09
Disbursements during year. .............................. 243,359.03

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... $ 41,807.00
NOTE.-The disbursements, as shown in detail below, were for the
purchase of bonds, in which the Principal of the School Fund is invested.
The balance at close of year represents the uninvested cash balance of
the fund.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Bonds of Florida counties, municipalities and districts were pur-
chased during the year as follows:

1921
Jan. 17-$12,000 Sumter County 5%'s at 85 flat ..........$ 10,200.00
Feb. 12- 26,000 Tallahassee 5%'s at 90 and interest...... 23,988.61
Mar. 4- 10,000 Jackson County Dist. No. 1 6%'s at 97
and interest ............................ 9,703.30
10,000 Jackson County Dist. No. 13 6%'s at 97
and interest ........................... 9,803.30
Apr. 22- 30,000 Gadsden County 6%'s at 97 and interest. 29,655.00
Apr. 25- 35,000 DeFuniak Springs 6%'s at 95 and interest. 33,920.83
May 31- 22,000 Calhoun County 5%%'s at 90 and interest. 19,847.06
June 9- 5,000 Marianna 5%'s at 91.40 flat .............. 4,570.00
June 10- 8,000 Holmes County 6%'s at 97 and interest... 7,953.33
17,000 Jackson County 6%'s at 97 and interest... 16,773.33
July 8- 2,000 St. Lucie County %'s at 96 and interest.. 1,972.00












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July 12- 8,000 Okaloosa County 6%'s at 95 and interest.. 7,833.33
Aug. 6- 10,000 Citrus County 6%'s at 97 and interest... 9,858.30
Aug. 16- 12,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 97 and interest.. 11,730.00
Sept. 9- 23,000 Perry 5%'s at 76.f0 and interest......... 17,746.42
Oct. 21- 18,000 Suwannee County 8%'s at par and interest 18,080.22
Oct. 28- 2,000 Suwannee County 8%'s at par and interest 2,012.00
Nov. 25- 8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s at 95 and interest.. 7,712.00

Total disbursements during year...................... $243,359.03


SUMMARY OF BONDS PURCHASED DURING YEAR.

Value. Interest.
Per Cent. Par Annual
5 ................................. $ 66,000.00 $ 3,300.00
5 ................................. 22,000.00 1,210.00
6 .............................. ... 150,000.00 9,000.00
8 .................................. 20,000.00 1,600.00

Totals.............................$258,000.00 $ 15,110.00



INTEREST OF STATE SCHOOL FUND

Receipts during year as per detailed statement following ....$ 90,209.69
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 55,470.39

$145,680.08
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement following.$ 74,574.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1021 ................... $ 71,106.08

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

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

(Interest on Bonds Owned by School Fund).

Jan. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$201,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ................. $ 3,022.50
45,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s............. 787.50
10,000 Marlanna 5%'s ....................... 250.00
32,000 Lakeland 5%'s ....................... 800.00
55,000 Sarasota 5%'s ....................... 1,375.00
23,000 Milton 5% 's ......................... 575.00
13,000 Pensacola 4 %%'s ..................... 292.50
20,000 Hillsborough 4. .'s .................... 400.00
50,000 Madison 5%'s ........................ 1,250.00
20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s ..................... 500.00
15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ..................... 375.00
11,000 Live Oak 5%'s ........................ 275.00
25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s .................... 625.00












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26,000 Wauchula 6%'s ..................... 780.00
S50,000 Hernando County 5%'s ................ 1,250.00
: 4,500 Panama City 6%'s .................... 135.00
13,000 Levy County 6%'s .................... .390.00
17,000 Millville 5%'s ............ ............ 425.00
10,000 Newberry 6%'s ....................... 300.00
5,000 Bartow 5%'s ......................... 125.00
5,000 Port Tampa 5%'s ..................... 125.00
18,000 Bonifay 6%'s ......................... 540.00
2,000 Mulberry 6%'s ....................... 60.00
5,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ....................... 125.00
7,000 Jasper 6%'s .......................... 210.00
18,000 Marianna 5%'s ....................... 450.00
10,000 Haines City 7%'s ..................... 350.00
242,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................ 3,642.00
125,367 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................ 1,880.50

Jan. 31-Interest on funds in banks... .................... 330.18
Jan. 31-Interest on delayed payment of DeSoto County
coupons ....................................... 7.20

Feb. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 40,500 DeSoto County 6%'s .................. $ 1,215.00
20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s .................. 500.00
44,000 St. Lucie County 6%'s ................ 1,320.00
39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s ................ 975.0)

Mar. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 16,000 Lake City 5%'s ....................... 400.00
20,000 Mulberry 6%'s ..................... 600.00
25,000 Panama City 5%'s (Annual) ............. 1,250.00
20,000 Milton 5%'s .......................... 500.00
2,500 Citra 5% 's ........................... 62.50
20,000 Jackson County 51%'s ................ 550.00
110,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ...................... 2,750.00
40,000 Marianna 0%'s ....................... 1,200.00
43,500 Calhoun County 6%'s Time Warrants... 1,305.00

Mar. 4 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 50,000 U. S. Fourth Liberty 44 %'s............ 1.062.50

Apr. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
2,000 Pensacola 4%'s ................. ......... 4500
30,000 Dade City 414 %'s ............... ...... 675.00
Apr. 30-Interest on funds in banks........................ 969.60

May 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 3,000 St. Johns County 51/2%'s. ................. 82.50
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s ................. 240.00
40,000 Holmes County 6%'s ................... 1,200.00
14,000 Jackson County 4%:s (Annual).......... .560.00

June 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 30,000 Arcadia 5%'s .............. .. .......... 750.00
35,000 Washington County 6%'s .............. 1,050.00
8,000 Marion County 5%'s ................... 200.00

2-Treas.
















6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ...... ....... . 150.00
35,000 Leesburg 6%'s (Annual) ............... 2,100.00

July 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$201,500 Virginia Century 3%'s .................. 3,022.50
45,000 Alabama Registered 31/2%%'s ............. 787.50
10,000 Marlanna 5%'s ........................ 250.00
32,000 Lakeland 5%'s ........................ 800.00
55,000 Sarasota 5%'s ........................ 1,375.00
23,000 Milton 5% 's .......................... 575.00
13,000 Pensacola 41/2%'s ..................... 292.50
20,000 Hillsborough 4%'s ..................... 400.00
50,000 Madison 5%'s ........ ............... 1,250.00
20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s........................ 500.00
15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ...................... 375.00
11,000 Live Oak 5%'s ....................... 275.00
25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s ... ............... 625.00
26,000 Wauchula 6%'s ....................... 780.00
50.000 IIernando County 5%'s ................ 1,250.00
4,500 Panama City 6%'s .................... 135.00
13,000 Levy County 6%'s .................... 390.00
17,000 Millville 5%'s ........................ 425.00
10,000 Newberry 6%'s ...................... 300.00
5,000 Bartow 5%'s ......................... 125.00
5,000 Port Tampa 5%'s .................... 125.00
18,000 Bonifay 6% 's ........................ 540.00
2,000 Mulberry 6%'s ........ ....... ...... 60.00
5,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ..................... 125.00
7,000 Jasper 6% 's ......................... 210.00
18,000 Marianna 5%'s .................... .. 450.00
10,000 Haines City 7%'s ..................... 350.00
5,000 Marianna 5%'s (Annual) .............. 250.00
12,000 Sumter County 5%''s .................. 300.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s .................. 300.00
30,000 Gadsden County 0%'s ................. 900.00
35,000 DeFuniak Springs 6%'s ................. 1,050.00
242,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 3,642.00
125,367 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 1,880.50

July 1-Interest on delayed payment of DeSoto County
coupons ...................................... 16.95

July 15 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 30,000 Jasper 5%'s (Annual) ................ .$ 1,500.00

July 20 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 8,000 Holmes County 6%'s .................. $ 240.00
8,000 Okaloosa County 6%'s ................ 240.00

July 31-Interest on funds in banks ......................$ 819.02

Aug. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 46,000 St. Lucde County 6%'s................ .$ 1,380.00
20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s .................. 500.00
39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s ................ 975.00
40,500 DeSoto County 6%'s ................... 1,215.00













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Sept. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 16,000 Lake City 5%'s ....................... $ 400.00
20,000 Mulberry 6%'s .............................. .. 600.00
20,000 Milton 5% 's ........................... 500.00
2,500 Citra 5% 's .......................... 62.50
20,000 Jackson County 5/%%'s ................ 550.00
110,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ...................... 2,750.00
40,000 Marianna 6%'s .....;... ............... 1,200.00
48,500 Calhoun County 6%'s ..................... 1,305.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s .................. 300.00
17,000 Jackson County 6%'s .................. 510.00

Sept. 15 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 50,000 U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan 414's. .......$ 1,062.50

Oct. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
2,000 Pensacola 4%%'s .......... ............ 45.00
,30,000 Dade City 4%'s .................. .... 675.00

Oct. 31-Interest on funds in banks .......................$ 276.02

Nov. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 40,000 Holmes County 6%'s ................. .$ 1,200.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s ................. 240.00
3,000 St. Johns County 5%%'s .............. 82.50
10,000 Citrus County 6%'s ................... 300.00
20,000 Chipley 5%'s (Annual) .................. 1,000.00

Nov. 15 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 22,000 Calhoun County 512%'s ............... $ 605.00

Nov. 22-Interest on deferred payment of Marianna coupons.$ 13.15
Nov. 30-Interest on funds in banks ....................... 17.57

Dec. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 35,000 Washington County 6%'s .............. $ 1,050.00
30,000 Arcadia 5% 's ........................ 750.00
8,000 Marion County 5%'s .................. 200.00
6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ..................... 150.00

Total receipts during year .......................... $ 90.209.69

NOTE.-All local securities owned by the Fund are obligations of
Florida counties, municipalities or sub-districts.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
County School Depository:
Feb. 11- County of Leon ........................ 3446 $ 1,744.20
Feb. 12-County of Duval ................... .. 3432 6,511.95
Feb. 12-County of Jackson ..................... 3441 2,620.35
Feb. 14-County of Madison ..................... 3449 1,656.45
Feb. 14-County of Gadsden ...................... 3436 2,258.55
Feb. 14-County of Baker ....................... 3421 560.70
Feb. 14-County of Volusia ..................... 3470 1,682.10

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Feb. 14-County of Pasco ....................... 3459 756.00
Feb. 14-County of Sumter ...................... 3467 687.60
Feb. 14-County of Hernando ................... 3438 360.00
Feb. 14-County of Citrus ....................... 3427 511.65
Feb. 14-County of Nassau ..................... 3453 510.30
Feb. 14-County of Lafayette .................... 3443 638.55
Feb. 14-County of Jefferson ..................:. 3442 679.05
Feb. 14-County of Columbia .................... 3429 1,688.85
Feb. 14-County of Bradford .................... 3423 1,462.50
Feb. 14-County of Levy ......................... 3447 979.65
Feb. 14-County of Hamilton .................... 3437 1,076.40
Feb. 14-County of St. Johns .................... 3463 743.85
Feb. 14-County of Suwannee ................... 3468 1,976.40
Feb. 14- County of Lake ........................ 3444 1,042.65
Feb. 14-County of Escambia .................... 3433 3,316.50
Feb. 14-County of Santa Rosa .................. 3465 1,206.45
Feb. 14- County of Iolmes ...................... 34400 1,331.55
Feb. 14-County of Franklin .................... 3435 326.70
Feb. 14-County of Washington .................. 3473 1,091.70
Feb. 16-County of Calhoun ..................... 3426 727.20
Feb. 16-County of Liberty ..................... 3448 533.25
Feb. 16-County of Taylor ...................... 3469 684.45
Feb. 16-County of Monroe ...................... 3452 774.90
Feb. 16- County of Bay ......................... 3422 869.85
Feb. 16-County of Seminole .................... 3466 924.30
Feb. 16-County of Palm Beach .................. 3458 1,112.85
Feb. 16-County of Brevard ..................... 3423 650.70
Feb. 16-County of St. Lucie .................... 3464 636.30
Feb. 16-County of Okeechobee .................. 3455 221.85
Feb. 16-County of Orange ...................... 3456 1,458.90
Feb. 16-County of Walton ...................... 3472 1,129.05
Feb. 17-County of Putnam ..................... .3462 1,077.30
Feb. 17- County of Lee ......................... 3445 838.80
Feb. 18-County of Marion ...................... 3451 2,318.40
Feb. 18-County of Hillsborough .................. 3439 5,796.00
Feb. 18-County of Osceola ...................... 3457 529.20
Feb. 18-County of Alachua ..................... 3420 3,940.65
Feb. 19-County of DeSoto ...................... 3431 2,160.00
Feb. 19-County of Pinellas ..................... 3460 1,743.30
Feb. 25-County of Wakulla ..................... 3471 498.60
Mar. 3-County of Clay ......................... 3428 448.20
Mar. 3-County of Flagler ..................... 3434 144.45
Mar. 5-County of Dade ....................... 3430 2,381.40
Mar. 8-County of Broward .................... 3425 391.05
Mar. 9-County of Polk ....... ... ............ 3461 2,961.45
Mar. 18-County of Manatee .................... 3450 1,426.05
Mar. 18-County of Okaloosa .................... 3454 765.90

Total disbursements during year....................... $ 74,574.00













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PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1921..........................$ 90.53
Receipts during year..................................... .........

$ 90.53
Disbursements during year ............................... .........

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... $ 90.53


DRAINAGE BOND FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

Interest on certificates of deposit......................... 6,818.88
Sale of Drainage Bonds................................ $1,330,000.00
Interest on funds deposited in banks....................... 2,824.31
Loan from Trustees Internal Improvement Fund.......... 13,000.00
Tolls collected ........................................ 3,620.39
Sale of maps, etc ....................................... 12.20
Refund by Standard Oil Co .............................. 22.35
Refund by Canal Company.............................. 8,164.05

Total receipts during year.......................... $1,364,462.18
Balance January 1, 1921............................ 71,813.26

$1,436,275.44

Total disbursements during year.................... 1,425,512.93

Balance in fund December 31, 1921...................$ 10,762.51


DRAINAGE TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

From State taxes.......................................$312,627.10
From Comptroller, account redemption tax certificates...... 17.17
From Circuit Clerks, account redemption tax certificates..... 891.66

Total receipts, account of State taxes................ $313,535.93
Land sales under Chapters 6456 and 6957.................. 1,041.10
Loan from Trustees Internal Improvement Fund............ 31,000.00
Loans from Atlantic National Bank, Jacksonville........... 220,000.00
Loan from Barnett National Bank, Jacksonville............. 50,000.00
Interest on funds deposited in banks....................... 600.00

Total receipts during year........................... .$616,177.03
Balance in fund January 1, 1921....................... 89,148.16

$705,325.19
Disbursements during year.......................... 649,163.42

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................. $ 56,161.77













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STATE PRISON FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

From State taxes........................................$129,431.63
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions....... 4,209.94

Total receipts, account of State taxes................. .$133,641.57
Receipts from State Prison Farm......................... 34,712.47
Refund on cement sacks ........................ .......... 213.82
Refund on goods.......................................... 41.29
Refund on Comptroller's warrants.......................... 1,776.74
Refund on bill paid....................................... 85.10

Total receipts during year ............................ $170,470.09
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 23,783.18

$194,254.17
Disbursements during year. ........................... 164,631.85

Balance in fund December 31, 1021 .................... $ 90,62-.32



RAILROAD COMMISSION FINES FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ...........................$ 363.11
Receipts during year..................................... .......

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

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ..................$ 363.11



SHELL FISH FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 6532, Laws of Florida..$ 32,039.72
Balance in fund January 1, 1921..................... 9,402.36

$ 41,442.08
Disbursements during year. .............................. .. 33 48.73

Balance in Fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ 8,093.35


TEACHERS' EXAMINATION FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

Receipts from certificates upon diplomas ................... $ 350.00
Receipts under Chapter 7372, Laws of Florida............... 7,661.50

Total receipts during 1921 ............... ... ;....... .. $ 8,011.b0












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Refund by B. B. Lane ....................................$ 314.73
Refund by B. B. Lane................................... 4.27

Total receipts during 1921 ............................ $ 8,330 50
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ....................... .911.92

$ 9,242.42
Disbursements during 1921. ............................... 9,239.91

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................. $ 2.51



STATE ROAD TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

From State taxes.... ...................................$620,748.99
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions ....... 22,452.96

Total receipts account of State taxes ................. $643,201.95
Refund by State Road Department ........................ 111,708.76

Total receipts during year ........................... $754,910.71
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ...................... 65,493.59

$820,404.30
Disbursements during year .............................. $743,426.43

Balance December 31, 1921 ................... ......... $ 76,977.87



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE FUND-COUNTY ROAD

Receipts during year under Chapter 7275, Laws of Florida.. .$570,461.11
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 391,435.02

$961,896.13
Disbursements during year............................... .$639,857.08

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... .$322,039.05



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE FUND-MAINTENANCE

Receipts during year under Chapter 7275, Laws of Florida.... $100,963.72
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 7,980.57

$108.944.29
Disbursements during year ............................... 69,896.72

Balance in fund December 31, 1921....................$ 39,047.57















MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE FUND-EXPENSE

Receipts during year under Chapter 7275, Laws of Florida... $ 68,238.70
Refund on Comptroller Warrant No. 14872................. 49.00
Refund on freight charges on auto tags.................... 1,317.03

Total receipts during year...........................$ 69,604.73
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ....................... 10,234.20

$ 79,838.93
Disbursements during year................................. 61,734.72

Balance in fund December 31, 1921................... $ 18,104.21



FLORIDA NATIONAL FOREST FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government appro-
priation ............................... ............. $ 3,761.33
Balance in fund January 1, 1921. ............................

$ 3,761.35
Disbursements during year ............................... 3 761.35

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .........................



ASYLUM PATIENTS TRUST FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... $ 2,453.21
Receipts during year..................................... ........

( ?.453.21
Disbursements during year ............................... .......

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ...................$ 2,453.21



EVERGLADES DRAINAGE SINKING FUND

Interest on bonds owned by the Everglades Drainage Sinking
Fund .............................................. $ 300.00
Interest on deposits In banks ............................. 248.09

Total receipts during year............................ $ 548.09
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 490.17

$ 1,038.26
Disbursements during 1921............................... $ .........

Balance in fund December 31, 1922...................$ 1,038.20
















FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government ....... $490,308.38
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 6.101.57

$496,409.95
Disbursements during year............................... 430,178.47

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ 66,231.48



CHAMBERLAIN-KAHN HEALTH FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government. ......$ 4,307.54
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 358.95

$ 4,666.49
Disbursements during year. ............................... 4,665.09

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... $ 1.40


GASOLINE INSPECTION FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 7905, Laws of Florida..$ 93,464.36
Balance in fund January 1, 1921..................... 56,908.47

$150,372.83
Disbursements during year (including $55,824.74 transferred
to State Highway Fund January 1, 1921)............. 68,699.70

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ 81,673.13


STATE BOARD OF NURSES FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 7831, Laws of Florida..$ 2,413.30
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ..................... 273.47

$ 2,686.77
Disbursements during year ............................... 2,619.26

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ 67.51


GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND

Receipts from school during year ......................... 966.04
Balance January 1, 1921................................. 3,764.78

$ 4,780.82
Disbursements during year................................ $........

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... $ 4,730.82













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STATE HOSPITAL INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year............................ ........ .........
Balance In fund January 1, 1921..................... 4,000.00

$ 4,000.00
Disbursements during year ............................... 4,000.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1021................... $ .........



AUTOMOBILE REFUND FUND

Receipts during year from auto licenses................... $ ........
Balance in fund January 1, 1921..................... .. 252.00
$ 252.00
Disbursements during year .. ......... ... .......... .$ 70.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1921.................... $ 182.00



BOYS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND

Receipts from school during year .................... ..... .$ 52.42
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 1,475.43

$ 1,527.85
Disbursements during year ................ ..... ..... 1,131.51

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................. $ 396.34


AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921).

(Interest on Bonds Owned by Fund).

Jan. 1-Semi-annual Interest On:
$ 8,000 Lakeland 5%'s ........................$ 200.00
131,900 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................ 1,978.50
3,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................ 58.50

June 15--Semi-annual Interest On: .....
$ 10,000 U. S. Victory 4%%'s .................. 237.50

July 1-Semi-annual Interest On:
$ 8,000 Lakeland 5%'s ....................... 200.00
131,900 Florida Refunding 3%'s................ 1,978.50
3,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 58.50
July 9-Comptroller's Warrant No. 19549 to cover defi-
ciency in interest .............................. 2,716.00















Dec. 1-Semi-annual Interest On:
$ 10,000 U. S. Victory 4%%'s ...............$ 237.50

Total receipts during year...................... $ 7,665.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921................ 1,379.07

$ 9,044.07
Disbursements during year.............................. 6,963.57

Balance in fund December 31, 1921..................$ 2,080.50



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.


Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant. Amount.


Jan. 20-A. W. Leland, salary................... 1170 $ 62.50
Jan. 20-Frazier Rogers, salary .................. 1177 180.00
Jan. 20-R. D. Cockrell, salary................... 1176 260.00
Jan. 24-J. E. Turllngton, salary.................. 1175 190.00
Jan. 26-J. E. Moore, salary ..................... 1178 220.00
Feb. 9-L. W. Bucholz, salary.................. 1174 230.00
Feb. 28-Frazier Rogers, salary .................. 5062 180.00
Feb. 28-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 5064 62.50
Feb. 28-R. S. Cockrell salary ................... 5061 260.00
Feb. 28-Wilman Newell, salary .................. 5065 33.33
Feb. 28-L. W. Bucholz, salary................. 5059 230.00
Feb. 28-J. E. Turllngton, salary ................. 5060 190.00
Mar. 21-J. H. Moore, salary.................... 5063 220.00
Mar. 25-R. S. Cockrell, salary ................... 7509 260.00
Mar. 25-L. W. Bucholz, salary.................... 7508 230.00
Mar. 26-N. W. Sanborn, salary. .................. 7507 366.66
Mar. 28-A. W. Leland, salary.................... 7510 62.50
Mar. 30-Wilman Newell, salary .................. 7506 66.66
Apr. 25-N. W. Sanborn, salary.................. 11760 183.33
Apr. 25-A. W. Leland, salary.................... 11761 62.50
May 2-Wilman Newell, salary.................. 11759 66.09
June22-W. T. Holmes, salary .................. 17195 112.65
June 23-A. W. Leland, salary.................... 17196 62.50
June 25-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 17194 62.35
Oct. 20-J. N. Anderson, salary.................. 30960 360.00
Oct. 21-C. L. Crow, salary....................... 30961 340.00
Nov. 21-J. N. Anderson, salary.................. 34695 360.00
Nov. 25-Karl Schwartz, salary................... 34697 25.00
Nov. 25-C. L. Crow, salary ...................... 34696 340.00
Dec. 19-J. N. Anderson, salary................... 37860 360.00
Dec. 19-W. B. Hathaway, salary ................. 37864 270.00
Dec. 21-A. W. Leland, salary................... 37865 75.00
Dec. 21-H. O. Enwall, salary ................ ... 27863 300.00
Dec. 21-L. M. Bristol, salary ................... 37862 340.00
Dec. 22-C. L. Crow, salary....................... 37861 340.00

Total disbursements during year ................ $ 6,953.57
















INTEREST ON SEMINARY FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

(Interest on Bonds Owned by Seminary .Fund).

Jan. 1- Semi-annual Interest On:
$ 9,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ............,.........
7,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ................
3,500 Quincy, Fla., 5% 's ....................
15,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s. ............
76,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................
21,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................

July 1-Semi-annual Interest On:
$ 9,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ......................
7,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ................
3,500 Quincy, Fla., 5%'s .....................
15,060 Alabama Registered 36 %'s ............
76,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ...............
21,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................


Total receiptsd during year .......................$ 4,303.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921.................. $ 4,283.91

$ 8,586.91
Disbursements during year ............... .......$ 2,741.03

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ...............$ 5.845.88

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.


Warrant. Amount.


In favor of.


Jan. 20-J. N. Anderson, salary...................
Jan. 22-C. L. Crow, salary.......................
Jan. 22-H. R. Trusler, salary...................
Jan. 22-C. W. Crandall, salary ..................
Mar. 25-H. R. Trusler, salary...................
Mar. 25-J. N. Anderson, salary..................
Mar. 26-C. L. Crow, salary......................
Apr. 20-J. N. Anderson, salary ...................
May 19-M. B. Matlock, salary..................
June 4-B. F. Gaines, salary....................
June 15-Margaret Campbell, salary...............
June 15-Margaret Campbell, salary ..............
June 18-Ginn & Co., books ................... ..
June 18-R. O. Eagle, services................... :.
June 20-Gulf Refining Co., oil............. .....
June 20-W. R. Crowder, sundries................
June 20-Mrs. T. E. Perkins, salary..............
June20-Florida Flambeau, sundries.............
June20-College Book Store, stationery............
June 22---Anne Harwick, salary ..................
June 22-Palo Co., sundries .....................
June 24-J. C. Crowley, services .................


1170 $
1171
1172
1173
7513
7511
7512
10599
14450
14440
17167
17176
17178
17186
17181
17183
17166
17182
17177
17170
17185
17184


225.00
112.50
87.50
262.50
1,149.00
315.00


225.00
112.50
87.50
262.50
1,149.00
315.00


250.00
230.00
275.00
250.00
275.00
250.00
230.00
250.00
10.00
130.00
19.75
1.00
1.78
104.00
3.15
1.75
7.50
10.00
66.15
9.50
88.50
3.00















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jute 25-F. W. Faxon Co., subscriptions. ........ 17187 183.05
June 28-Marion Reed, salary ................... 17165 11.80
June 29-Wir. Gaertner & Co., sundries........... 17180 25.00
June29-Miriam McCall, salary ................. 17175 4.00
June 30-Crane & McGlenen, sundries............. 17179 2.85
July 2-Anna DeBois, salary ................... 17148 8.50
July 7-Anna Laird, salary .................... 17169 10.50
July 8-Annie Schookley, salary ................ 17171 9.25
July 25-Vve Jones, salary ...................... 17173 2.0u
Aug. 12-Helen Shover, salary .................. 17172 12.00
Oct. 18-Ruth Carroll. salary ................... 17174 6.00

Total disbursements during year......... ........ $ 2,741.03




HATCH EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government........$ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921..... ..................... 1,153.10

$ 16,153.10
Disbursements during year .................. ........... 14,125.59

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... .. 2,027.51

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 20-A. W. Lelaud, salary..................... 1044 $ 62.50
Jan. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................. 1059 140.53
Jan. 22-Florida Peanut Milling Co., sundries...... 1048 48.96
Jan. 22-J. M. Scott, salary. .................... 1042 200.00
Jan. 22-J. M. Scott, expense...................... 1046 7.44
Jan. 22-Pepper Printing Co., printing.............. 1051 545.25
Jan. 22-T. Van Hyning, salary................... 1043 58.33
Jan. 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed.................... 1045 82.89
Jan. 22-P. H. Rolfs, salary ...................... 1041 200.00
Jan. 22- C. J. Harris, feed.... .................... 1054 7.50
Jan. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid.................... 1058 16.79
Jan. 22-The Thomas Co., hardware................ 1055 14.25
Jan. 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 1049 .72
Jan. 24-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 1050 7.78
Jan. 26-Benson & Son, service.................... 1052 2.83
Jan. 26-H. B. Smith Co., sundries................. 1057 66.78
Jan. 29-Wistar Inst. of Anatomy & Biology, book... 1056 3.06
.Feb. 4-University of Chicago Press, books........ 1053 8.10
Feb. 28-T. Van Hyning, salary.................... 5002 58.34
Feb. 28-Wilma Watson, salary .................... 5028 3.90
Feb. 28-Will Lloyd, salary ...................... 5009 50.00
'Feb. 28-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................. 5010 150.88
Feb. 28-A. W. Leland, service..................... 5003 62..0
Feb. 28-Ralph Stoutamire, service.................. 5007 50.00















Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant


Feb. 28-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 5011
Feb. 28-G. Umlauf, service...................... 5005
Feb. 28-Wilman Newell, service................... 5030
Feb. 28-J. M. Scott, service ..................... 5001
Feb. 28-J. E. Turlington, service.................. 5008
Feb. 28-Miller-Jackson Supply Co., sundries....... 5018
Feb. 28-C. J. Harris, feed ....................... 5027
Feb. 28-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........... 5021
Feb. 28-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 5017
Feb. 28-Benson & Son, service.................... 5020
Feb. 28-HI. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 5013
Feb. 28-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries.............. 5023
Mar. 2-Pepper Printing Co., printing............ 5025
Mar. 2-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service........ 5016
Mar. 2-K. H. Graham, service.................. 5004
Mar. 12-Williams & Wilkins, subscription.......... 5015
Mar. 16-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries.. 5012
Mar. 16-Carter's Ink Co.. sundries............... 5026
Mar. 19-Brooklyn Entomological Society, sundries. 5024
Mar. 22-Amer. Assn. Economic Entomologists, book. 5014
Mar. 22-Williams & Wilkins Co., subscription...... 1047
Mar. 23-F. G. Bending, salary ................... 5006
Mar. 23-Wilman Newell, salary ..........; ....... 7374
Mar. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 7381
Mar. 23-A. W. Leland, salary ................. ..... 7378
Mar. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 7387
Mar. 24-The Thomas Co., Inc., sundries........... 7383
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 7394
Mar. 24-C. J. Harris, feed ...................... 7390
Mar. 24-Benson & Son, service ................... 7388
Mar. 24-J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 7375
Mar. 24-Sweetwater Mills, corn .................. 7389
Mar. 24-G. Umlauf, service....................... 7379
Mar. 24-T. Van Hyning, service................... 7377
Mar. 24-Pepper Printing Co., stationery............ 7382
Mar. 24-Fielder & Allen Co., stationery............ 7386
Mar. 25-J. E. Turlington, salary................ 7376
Mar. 25-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phone........ 7393
Mar. 26-R. Stoutamire, salary.................. 7380
Mar. 26-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.. 7391
Mar. 26-Neiv York Botanical Garden, book........ 5022
Mar. 26-American Chemical Society, subscription. 5019
Mar. 30-R. E. Hardce, sundries ................ 7392
Mar. 30-M. P. Henneman, service.................. 7385
Apr. 20-Williams & Wilkins Co., subscription..... 7384
Apr. 21-Effie Doran, sundries .................. 5029
Apr. 25-Fielder & Allen, sundries .............. 11778
Apr. 25-J. E. Turlington, salary. ................ 11764
Apr. 25-C. J. Harris, feed ... ................... 11777
Apr. 25-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........... 11775
Apr. 25-A. W. Leland, salary................... 11766
Apr. 25-R. Stoutamire, salary ................. 11771
Apr. 25-G. Umlauf, salary ................... ...11768
Apr. 25-John M. Scott, salary ................. .11763


.Amount.

28.10
91.67
62.50
233.34
33.33
1.40
14.00
16.50
9.45
1.50
10.28
27.03
13.25
7.17
16.67
5.00
1.25
18.87
1.50
3.50
5.00
116.67
125.00
149.35
62.50
2.94
7.36
36.53
14.00
25.05
233.33
17.50
91.67
58.34
104.63
7.05
33.34
7.17
50.00
2.75
4.00
15.00
33.00
248.15
5.00
1.20
1.05
33.33
7.00
4.50
62.50
50.00
91.67
233.33
















Paid.


In favor of.


Warran


Apr. 25-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 11767
Apr. 25-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 11772
Apr. 25-T. Van Hyning, salary ................. 11765
Apr. 25-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 11770
Apr. 25-Standard Oil Co., sundries ............. 11776
Apr. 27-Southern Bell T. & T. Co.fl, phones...... 11781
Apr. 28-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., book....... 11780
Apr. 30-G. E. Stechert & Co., book............... 11774
May 2-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 11762
May 5-R. Newhall, hardware ................. 11773
May 12-Montgomery, Ward & So., sundries ....... 11779
May 19-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 14646
May 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 14558
May 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 14559
May 20-T. Van Hyning, salary ................. 14548
May 20-J. E. Turlington, salary ............... 14547
May 20-R. Stoutamire, salary .................. 14551
May 21-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 11769
May 21-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 14553
May 21-C. J. Harris, feed .................... 14554
May 23-G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 14550
May 23-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones....... 14552
May 23-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 14549
May 23-D. Van Nostrand Co., boow ............ 14556
May 24-Sears, Roebuck & Co., sundries.......... 14555
May 80-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 14545
June 4-Assn. of Official Agricul. Chem., subscrip. 14557
June 15-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries............ 16939
June 16-Southern Laboratory Supply Co., apparatus 16943
June 16--J. M. Scott, salary .................... 16927
June 16-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 16934
June 16-Ralph Stouamire, salary ................ 16935
June 16-Weaver Steam Laundry, laundry........ 16945
June 16-K. H. Graham, bills paid............... 17316
June 16-K. H. Graham, salary ............... 16931
June 26-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ........ 1694u
June 26-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 16946
June 16-C. J. Harris, feed ..................... 16942
June 16-T. Van Hyning, salary ............... 16929
June 16-F. G. Bending, salary .... ........... 16933
June 17-Baird Hardware Co., sundries .......... 16941
June 17-Wilman Newell, salary ................ 16926
June 17-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity. 16938
June 18-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 16930
June 18-G. Umlauf, salary. ...: ................. 16932
June 18-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phones ......... 16936
June 20-J. E. Turlington, salary................. 16928
June 22-Pepper Printing Co., sundries ............ 16937
June 24-American Assn. Economic Entomologists,
sundries .............................. 16944
July 23-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 21027
July 23-R. McQuarrie, salary.................... 21010
July 23-J. M. Scott, salary...................... 21006
July 23-G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 21011


.t. Amount.

16.66
210.95
58.3:3
50.00
6.88
7.17
1.50
8.00
125.00
1.10
2.26
233.34
16.00
173.11
58.33
33.33
50.00
116.66
44.08
7.00
91.66
7.17
62.50
4.00
5.32
125.00
4.00
7.76
4.20
233.33
50.00
50.00
2.13
186.66
16.66
8.12
11.01
11.00
58.33
116.67
17.00
125.00
3.60
62.50
91.06
7.17
33.33
5.49

5.00
18.54
75.00
233.33
66.67

















I'aid.


In favor of.


I


July 25-The Thomas Co., hardware...............
July 25-J. E. Turlington, salary..................
July 25-T. Van Hyning, salary..................
July 25-Pepper Printing Co., stationery...........
July 25-Halph Stoutamire, salary................
July 25-R. Newhall, salary......................
July 25-A. W. Leland, salary....................
July 25- C. J. Harris, feed .......................
July 25-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed...................
July 27-M. P. IIenneman, service .................
July 27-K. II. Graham, bills paid.................
July 27-Mary E. Roux, salary...................
July 29-Baird Hardware Co., mower..............
July 20-Wilman Newell, salary...................
July 29-F. G. Bending, salary...................
July 30-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phone.........
Aug. f--New York Entomological Society, subscrip-
tion ..................................
Aug. 8-Boston Society of N. S. History, books....
Aug. 17-A. W. Leland, salary ....................
Aug. 17-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ..................
Aug. 17-K-. H. Graham, salary ..................
Aug. 17-J. M. Scott, salary ......................
Aug. 17-G. Umlauf, salary .......................
Aug. 17-A. H. Beyer, salary......................
Aug. 17-0. F. Burger, salary.....................
Aug. 18-Wilman Newell, salary..................
Aug. 38-R. McQuarrie, salary ...................
Aug. 1 S-Kohn-Furchgott Co., sundries ............
Aug. 19-Avis W. Rockwell, salary................
Aug. 19-Ralph Stoutamire, salary................
Aug. 19-R. Newhall, salary......................
Aug. 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ...................
Aug. 19-J. B. Thompson, salary ..................
Sept. 2-Cambridge Entomoligical Club, subscription
Sept. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid................
Sept. 19-J. M. Scott, salary ................... .
Sept. 19- R. W. Ruprecht, salary ..................
Sept. 10-R. W. Ruprecht, expense................
Sept. 21-0. F. Burger, salary...................
Sept. 21-K. II. Graham, salary. ..................
Sept. 21-G. Umlauf, salary. .....................
Sept. 21-Central Grocery Co., feed................
Sept. 21-A. H. Beyer, salary......................
Sept. 21-Batey-Fleming Co., expense..............
Sept. 21-A. W. Leland, salary ...................
Sept. 21-R. Newhall, salary. ................... .
Sept. 22-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................
Sept. 24- R. McQuarrie. salary.....................
Sept. 24-Wilman Newell, salary .................
Sept. 26-MacMillan Company, book...............
Oct. 10-A. W. Rockwell, salary ................
Oct. 19- R. Newhall, salary ......................


Varrant. Amount.

21024 4.80
21007 33.34
21008 58.33
21017 258.33
21015 50.00
21012 133.33
21009 62.30
21026 11.00
11018 31.40
21019 74.07
21028 171.10
21014 66.67
21025 83.82
21005 125.00
21013 60.00
21016 7.17


21021
21020
24017
24019
24024
24016
24022
24021
24020
24015
24025
24028
24026
24027
24023
24029
24018
21023
27396
27380
27383
27392
27384
27388
27386
27394
27385
27393
27381
27386
27391
27389
27379
27395
27390
30819


2.00
4.22
75.00
38.88
16.67
275.00
100.00
12.50
22.22
183.33
16.66
4.50
83.33
25.00
41.66
1.00
148.33
2.00
7.75
275.00
38.88
69.70
22.22
16.67
100.00
72.00
12.50
66.00
75.00
41.67
25.00
16.67
183.33
1.95
83.33
41.67
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Oct. 20-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 30815 38.89
Oct. 20-G. Umlauf, salary ...................... 30818 100.00
Oct. 20-0. F. Burger, salary ................... 30816 22.22
Oct. 20-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 30820 16.67
Oct. 20-A. II. Boyer, salary ..................... 30817 12.50
Oct. 20-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 30813 275.00
Oct. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 20829 5.70
Oct. 20-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 30814 75.00
Oct. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 80821 16.67
Oct. 22-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer. ............ 30827 10.70
Oct. 22-Florida Peanut Milling Co., feed......... 30825 13.00
Oct. 26-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 30822 25.00
Oct. 26-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 30812 183.34
Oct. 26-G. Stechert & Co., book ................ 30824 3.15
Oct. 26-Elmer & Amend, apparatus .............. 30828 10.98
Oct. 27-Harriet E. Merritt, salary .............. 30823 50.00
Nov. 5-J. B. Thompson, salary ................ 27382 74.17
Nov. 17-The Fruitlands Co., service.............. 30826 2.97
Nov. 23-0. F. Burger, salary .................. 34601 22.22
Nov. 23-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 34602 12.50
Nov. 23-G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 34603 100.00
Nov. 23-Wilman Newell, salary ................ 34597 183.33
Nov. 23-W. E. Stokes, salary .................. 34608 150.00
Nov. 23-K. II. Graham, salary ................. 34605 16.67
Nov. 25-Avis W. Rockwell, salary .............. 34609 83.33
Nov. 25-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 34598 275.00
Nov. 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 34619 17.50
Nov. 25-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 34606 16.67
Nov. 25-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 34600 38.88
Nov. 25-N. Newhall, bills paid.................. 34618 1.65
Nov. 25-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 34509 75.00
Nov. 25-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 34604 41.66
Nov. 28-R. Stoutamire, salary .................. 34607 25.00
Nov. 30-W. B. Saunders Co., books.............. 34611 17.00
Dec. 1-Elmer & Amend, sundries ............... 34617 4.23
Dec. 2-Harrison J. Dyar, subscription.......... 34615 3.00
Dec. 5-J. F. Baker Chemical Co., sundries...... 34616 33.19
Dec. 5-Entomological Society of Ontario, sundries. 21022 2.00
Dec. 0-Regents University of California, book... 34614 2.36
Dec. 9-The Comstock Publishing Co., book....... 34613 2.14
Dec. 14-John D. Sherman, Jr., sundries.......... 34612 6.50
Dec. 10-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 37898 75.00
Dec. 19-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 37920 24.07
Dec. 19-0. F. Burger, salary .................. 37900 22.22
Dec. 19-A. W. Rockwell, salary ................ 37907 83.33
Dec. 19-G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 37902 100.00
Dec. 19-J. M. Scott, salary ................... 37897 275.00
Dec. 19-A. H. Beyer, salary.................... 37901 12.50
Dec. 20-Wilman Newell, salary ................ 37896 183.33
Dec. 20-W. E. Stokes, salary ................... 37908 30.UO
Dec. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 37905 16.67
Dec. 21-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 37899 38.89
Dec. 21-R. W. Ruprecht, expense ............... 37921 22.28
Dec. 21-R. W. Ruprecht, expense................ 37909 44.95













S50


In favor of.


Warrant. Amount.


Dec. 21-K. II. Graham, salary ...... ........... 37903 16.66
Dec. 21-R. Newhall, salary .................... 37904 41.67
Dec. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 37906 25.00
Dec. 22-The Fruitlands Co., service .............. 37917 8.10
Dec. 22-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ....... 37918 2.18
Dec. 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 37914 83.00
Dec. 22-Williams Grain Co., feed ............... 37915 84.00
Dec. 22-Diamond Ice Co., ice book............... 37919 10.00
Dec. 29-Henry Field Seed Co., seed.............. 37916 2.00
Dec. 29-Webb Publishing Co., books.............. 37913 21.41

Total disbursements during year................. $ 14,125.59




ADAMS EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government. .......$ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921.......................... 2,829.65

$ 17,829.65
Disbursements during year............................... 16,302.03

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... .$ 1,527.02

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.


Paid. In favor of.

Jan. 4-Rockfellcr Institute for Medical Research.
years subscription ......................
Jan. 7-R. E. Schub, sundries...... ..............
Jan. 17-W. G. Wells, salary ................... .
Jan. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid .................
Jan. 21-Williams & Wilkins, books ...............
Jan. 22-Fielder & Allen, type. ...................
Jan. 22-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry. .......
Jan. 22-J. R. Watson, salary. ...................
Jan. 22-G. Umlauf, salary. .......................
Jan. 22- R. W. Ruprccht, salary ..................
Jan. 22- Effie Doran, salary .....................
Jan. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid. ...................
Jan. 22-Effie Doran, salary .....................
Jan. 22-The Thomas Co., sundries ...............
Jan. 22-Baird Hardware Co., sundries............
Jan. 24-Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., sundries......
Jan. 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams......
Jan. 24-Municipal W. L. & P.. Plant, electricity.....
Jan. 24-The Fruitlands Co., service..............
Jan. 24-0. F. Burger, salary......................
Jan. 24- Gainesville Gas Co., gas.................
Feb. 28-J. R. Watson, salary.................
Feb. 28-A. H. Beyer, salary .....................
Feb. 28-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................


Warrant. Amount.


36889
36897
36903
1076
86888
1069
1072
1060
1063
1061
1065
1075
36901
1068
1064
1071
1067
1074
1070
1062
1073
5031
5034
5035


12.00
2.61
12.30
64.02
6.00
1.82
1.43
191.67
91.67
208.34
6.40
7.36
8.80
2.25
14.35
11.76
1.93
1.75
26.74
266.67
.50
191.66
95.00
63.00












51


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Feb. 28-R. W. Ruprecht, expense................ 5048 8.95
Feb. 28-R. W. Ruprecht, salary.. ................ 5032 208.33
Feb. 28-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 5036 3.72
Feb. 28-0. F. Burger, salary ..................... 5033 266.66
Feb. 28-0. F. Burger, expense.................... 5049 67.16
Feb. 28-Voyle Bros., sundries..................... 5037 10.00
Feb. 28-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry......... 5038 1.29
Feb. 28-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ......... 5043 12.87
Feb. 28-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............. 5040 4.72
Feb. 28-W. B. Clark, service...................... 5047 15.30
Feb. 28-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 5045 4.80
Feb. 28--H. & W. B. Drew Co ,.sundries............ 5044 23.13
Mar. 2-Gainesville Gas Co., gas................. 5046 .50
Mar. 5-Taylor Instrument Co., ink............... 5039 1.01
Mar. 9-John D. Sherman, Jr., books............ 5041 12.50
Mar. 22-Williams & Wilkins, books................ 1066 11.00
Mar. 23-0. F. Burger, expense................... 7419 14.72
Mar. 23-A. H. Beyer, expense..................... 7418 38.13
Mar. 23-0. F. Burger, salary..................... 7397 266.67
Mar. 23-A. H. Beyer, salary...................... 7398 150.00
Mar. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 7399 44.71
Mar. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 7406 5.07
Mar. 23-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries. 7410 2.50
Mar. 23-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ............ 7411 118.81
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 7400 24.86
Mar. 24--. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 7396 208.33
Mar. 24-R. W. Ruprecht, expense ................ 7421 39.08
Mar. 25-Gainesville Gas Co., gas.................. 7417 .50
Mar. 25-Seminole Phosphate Co., fertilizer........ 7412 9.00
Mar. 26-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant.............. 7416 2.00
Mar. 26-John D. Sherman, Jr., subscription....... 7401 5.50
Mar. 26-A. I. Thomas Co., sundries.............. 7408 4.62
Mar. 28-J. R. Watson, expense ................... 7420 6.00
Mar. 28-J. R. Watson, salary .................... 7395 191.67
Mar. 28-W. Atlee Burpee Co., seed ................ 7407 1.28
Mar. 29-Spencer Lens Co., sundries ............... 7405 12.28
Mar. 29-Roovers Bros., sundries.................. 7414 5.52
Mar. 29-Eastman Kodak Co., sundries............. 7415 1.12
Mar. 31-Scarab Co., book......................... 7404 6.00
Apr. 2-C. V. Blackburn, labels .................. 7409 2.70
Apr. 6-Cambridge Botanical Supply Co., sundries. 7402 17.45
Apr. 8-Assn. Official Agricultural Chemists, sub-
scription ............................. 7403 5.00
Apr. 9-American Entomological Society, book.... 17358 4.50
Apr. 14-Florida Fruitlands Co., fertilizer......... 7413 31.45
Apr. 19-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries. 10580 14.45
Apr. 20-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 10572 191.67
Apr. 20-J. R. Watson, expense .................. 10592 60.40
Apr. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 10576 129.49
Apr. 20-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... .10575 150.00
Apr. 20-0. F. Burger, expense ................. 10593 11.21
Apr. 20-0. I. Burger, salary .................. 10574 .266,67
Apr, 20-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ............... 10573 208.3.I
Apr. 20-H1. ': B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 10581 i301















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amhoent.
Apr. 20-Osceola Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ....:.. .10582 6.00
Apt. 21-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ......... 10584 1D.50
Apr. 21-R. Newhall, bills paid ....... :........ 10577 7.90
Api. 21-Effle Doran, service ........ ........... 10591 .60O
Apr. 21-Effle Doran, sundries .................. 7422 21.60
Apr. 21-Gainesville Planing & Cdffin Co., lumber.. 10587 7.75
Apr. 22-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 10585 5.15
Apr. 22-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry....... 10590 1.43
Apr. 25-G. E. Stechert & Co., book.............. 10579 3.15
Apr. 25-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 10586 .66
Apr. 27-Fruitlands Co., service ................. 10589 11.71.
Apr. 27-Elmer & Amend, apparatus ............. 10583 24.84
Apr. 28-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., trees....... 10578 15.10
Apr. 29-A. N. Hoofnagel, bills paid ............ 10588 11.09
May 3-Williams & Wilkins, book .............. 5042 M.00
May 18-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 14586 83.21
May 18-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries. 14579 2.75
May 19-A. H. Beyer, salary .............. ...... 14563 150.00
May 19-J. R. Watson, expense ................. 1456b 10.30
May 19-J. R. Watsonl, salary .................. 145'60 191.67
May 19-0. F. Burger, salary ...............:.. 14582 266.66
May 19-0. F. Burger, expense .................. 14567 62.77
May 19-R. Newhall, supplies .................... 14590 19.94
May 19-R. W. Ruprecht, expense .............. 14566 43.01
May 19-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 14561 208.33
May 19-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer. 14578 45.13
May 20-K. H. 'Graham, bills paid ................ 14592 152.12
May 20-J. S. Bidiford, sundries ................ 14584 7.50
May 20-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 14576 5.25
May 20-Delly Roberts, salary .................. 14565 60.00
May 20-Chas. E. Bell, salary ................. 14564 120.00
May 20-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ......... 14570 19.24
May 21-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 14582 6.75
'May 23-Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., apparatus.... 145808 6.66
May 23-The Fruitlands Co., service ............ 14575 2.86
May 23-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 14574 2.25
May 24-Kny-Scherer Corporation, sundries........ 14589 9.26
May 25-W. H. Minor, sundries ................. 14590 25.00
May 25-Eimer & Amend, sundries............... 14583 40.20
May 26--Sears, Roebuck & Co., sundries.......... 14580 4.30
May 26-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ............... 14581 .88
May 27-W. B. Martin, seed .................... 14577 1.75
May 27-Central Scientific Co., sundries........... 14571 246.23
May 27-Peters & Reed Pottery Co., sundries...... 14585 46.80
May 27-J. M. Thornburn & Co., sundries...... 14573 1.25
May 28-Ward's Natural Science Establishment,
sundries .............................. 14587 6.75
May 28-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., chemicals...... 14572 21.40
June 15-Standard Oil Co., gasoline............... 16969 14.18
June 15-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer............. 16958 87.15
June 15-Armour Fertilizer Co., fertilizer.......... 16957 30.57
Jutne 16-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 16967 17.11
June 16-0. 'F. Burger, salary .................. 16949 266.67
June 16-A. H. Beyer, expense. ................ .. 16973 11.70












53


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 16-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 16951 150.00
June 16-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 1972 47.29
June 15-Chas. E. Bell, salary.................... 16950 150.00
June 16-R. W. Ruprecht, salary................... 16948 208.33
June 16-J. H. McMillan, service.................. 16965 135.00
June 16-Effie Doran, gasoline.................... 14569 6.00
June 16-Effie Doran, service...................... 16966 8.50
June 16-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 16971 13.08
June 16-Durst Iron Works, service............... 16968 55.75
June 15-J. R. Watson, salary.................... 16947 191.67
June 17-Delly Roberts, salary..................... 16952 60.00
June 17-Baird Hardware Co., hardware........... 16953 39.49
June 17-Gainesville Gas Co., gas................ 16960 3.08
June 17-Gainesville Foundry & Machine Works,
sundries ................ ............... 16970 22.66
June 17-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., trees....... 16903 26.40
June 18-W. J. .Smith, scales ..................... 16955 45.00
June 20-Elmer & Amend, apparatus.............. 16956 100.96
June 22-Eastman Kodak Co., sundries............. 16962 5.85
June 22-E. Leitz, Inc., sundries.................. 16964 20.46
June 22-The Frultlands Co., service.............. 16954 3.60
June 24-Seminole Phosphate Co., fertilizer........ 16950 16.00
July 8-Nitrate Agencies, fertilizer............... 16961 39.25
July 12-American Agricultural Chemical Co., fert.. 21058 8.92
July 23-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 21066 7.31
July 23-Chas. E. Bell, expense.................... 21038 26.78
July 23-Chas. E. Bell, salary.................... 21034 150.00
July 23-R. W. Ruprecht, expense................. 21037 30.78
July 23-J. R. Watson, salary ..................... 21030 191.67
July 23-J. R. Watson, expense................... 21041 46.80
July 23-A .H. Beyer, salary ...................... 21035 150.00
July 23-A. H. Beyer, expense.................... 21039 2.91
July 23-G. Umlauf, salary....................... 21033 25.00
July 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 21051 13.47
July 23-R. W. Ruprecht, salary.................. 21031 208.33
July 25-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 21052 2.45
July 25-H. S. Bodifird & Co., chemicals........... 21047 21.05
July 25-0. F. Burger, salary..................... 21032 266.67
July 25-0. F. Burger, expense. .................. 21040 2.16
July 25-The Wilson Co., sundries................ 21043 32.92
July 25-Standard Fertilizer Co., fertilizer......... 21048 4.00
July 25-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 21065 .56
July 25-Lewis-Chitty Co., fertilizer............... 21046 8.84
July 25-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer.......... 21050 28.29
July 25-Southern Photo Material Co., sundries..... 21054 2.86
July 26-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus............. 21062 634.72
July 26-Spencer Lens Co., apparatus............. 21060 17.16
July 26-Fruitlands Co., service................... 21042 9.35
July 27-Delly Roberts, salary.................... 21036 60.00
July 27-University of Florida, service............ 21055 1.25
July 27-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 21067 28.48
July 28-Effie Doran, service...........'........... 21053 37.38
July, 29-Baird Hardware Co., hardware........... 21063 17.82
July 29-Kny-Scherer Corporation, sundries....... 21061 106.00
















Paid. I favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 30-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., trees ....... 21049 1.60
July 30-Raessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., chem.. 21044 30.00
July 30-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service........ 21064 .50
Aug. 1-Eimer & Amend, apparatus ............. 21045 187.62
Aug. 1-Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals........... 21056 27.50
Aug. 5-Standard Stamping Co., Inc., pump...... 21057 3.75
Aug. 17-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 24031 194.45
Aug. 17-C. E. Bell, salary .................... 24033 150.00
Aug. 17-0. F. Burger, salary .................. 24032 244.45
Aug. 17-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 24034 137.50
Aug. 17-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 24030 250.00
Aug. 17-Southern Photo Material Co., sundries... 24039 16.75
Aug. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid.............. 24041 15.12
Aug. 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ................ 24040 2.23
Aug. 19-W. F. Lawless, sundries .............. 24038 6.50
Aug. 22-Elmer & Amend, sundries .............. 24035 18.74
Aug. 24-Williams & Wilkins Co., book...... ..... 24036 1.00
Aug. 26-Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research,
book .................................. 24037 3.00
Sept. 7-P. W. Fattig, sundries ............... 21059 5.00
Sept. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 27416 28.95
Sept. 19-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 27398 194.45
Sept. 19-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., supplies 27412 3.50
Sept. 21-0. F. Burger, salary .................. 27399 244.45
Sept. 21-0. F. Burger, expense .................. 27403 15.78
Sept. 21-J. R. Watson, .salary .................. 27397 250.00
Sept. 21-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 27401 137.50
Sept. 21-R. C. Padgett & Co., sundries........... 27407 8.00
Sept. 21- C. E. Bell, salary .... ................ 27400 150.00
Sept. 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries......... 27405 16.14
Sept. 21-Kohn-Furchgott Co., sundries ......... 27410 3.38
Sept. 22-Diamond Ice Co., ice .................. 27409 7.50
Sept. 22-W. G. Wells, salary ................... 27402 60.00
Sept. 22-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ......... 27408 .70
Sept. 22-W. G. Wells, expense .................. 27404 3.47
Sept. 22-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.. 27406 5.25
Sept. 22-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., sundries.... 27414 25.95
Sept. 24-Eastman Kodak Co., supplies............ 27413 16.36
Sept. 26- E. Leitz, supplies ..................... 27411 20.96
Oct. 7-it Newhall. bills paid .................. 27415 2.17
Oct. 20-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 30833 194.45
Oct. 20-W. G. Wells, expense .................. 30836 15.18
Oct. 20-W. G. Wells, salary .................... 30832 100.00
Oct. 20-0. F. 'Burger, salary ................... 30834 244.45
Oct. 20-J. R. Watson, salary .................. 30830 250.00
Oct. 20-A. H. Beyer, salary ................... 30835 137.50
Oct. 20-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 30846 11.24
Oct. 20-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizers. 30838 68.95
Oct. 21-C. E. Bell. salary ....................... 30831 150.00
Oct. 21-Baird Hardware Co., sundries .......... 30840 2.50
Oct. 22-Wilson Co., sundries .................. 30841 1.00
Oct. 22-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................. 30839 5.94
Oct. 24-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus............. 30843 60.00
Oct. 26-Elmer & Amend, supplies............... 30837 86.68
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Oct. 28-E. Leitz, sundries ....................... 30844 3.21
Oct. 31-Arthur Grove, sundries ................ 30842 8.50
Nov. 3--R. Newhall, bills paid................... 30845 4.08
Nov. 23-0. F. Burger, traveling expense.......... 34626 27.62
Nov. 23-0. F. Burger, salary..................... 34624 244.45
Nov. 23-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 34625 137.50
Nov. 23-W. G. Wells, salary .................... 34622 100.00
Nov. 25-J. R. Watson, salary..................... 34620 250.00
Nov. 25-K. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 34635 9.40
Nov. 25-IR. W. Ruprecht, salary.................. 34623 194.45
Nov. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 34634 4.41
Nov. 25-C. E. Bell, salary....................... 34621 150.00
Nov. 25-W. G. Wells, traveling expense.......... 34628 8.39
Nov. 25-J. S. Bodiford & Co., sundries ........... 34631 1.60
Nov. 25-Baird Hardware Co., sundries............ 34630 .12
Nov. 25-W. G. Wells, traveling expense........... 34627 40.15
Nov. 28-The Thomas Co., sundries............... 34633 2.20
Nov. 28-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 34629 12.40
Dec. 3-Gainesville Gas Co., gas................. 34632 .66
Dec. 19-0. F. Burger, salary...................... 37925 244.45
Dec. 19-A. H. Beyer, salary...................... 37927 137.50
Dec. 19-W. G. Wells, salary ..................... 37924 100.00
Dec. 21-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 37926 194.45
Dec. 21-C. E. Bell, salary ...................... 37923 150.00
Dec. 21-J. R. Watson, salary ................... 37922 250.00
Dec. 21-0. F. Burger, expense ................... 37928 3.66
Dec. 21-J. S. Bodiford & Co., sundries............ 37931 2.50
Dec. 22-Chas. E. Bell, expense................... 7929 35.90
Dec. 22-Lewis-Chitty Co., sundries .............. 37935 5.95
Dec. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 37936 4.59
Dec. 22-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 37933 11.60
Dec. 23-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., trees....... 37934 66.42
Dec. 24-Galnesville Gas Co., gas.................. 37932 .50
Dec. 24-W. G. Wells, expense..................... 37930 37.34

Total disbursements during year ......................$ 16,302.63


LEVER AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FUND-
FEDERAL

Receipts during year from United States Government .......$ 48,214.06
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant No. 1708. ............... 120.98

Total receipts during year ........................... .$ 48,335.04
Balance in fund January 1, 1921................ ...... 3,100.30

$ 51,435.34
Disbursements during year................................ 42,997.50

Balance in fund December 31, 1921................... .$ 8,437.84














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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-Will Lloyd, salary ....................... 1119 $ 50.00
Jan. 22-J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 1140 50.00
Jan. 22-J. M. Scott, expense..................... 1143 67.72
Jan. 22-E. W. Jenkins, salary..................... 1124 150.00
Jan. 22-E. W. Jenkins, expense .................. 1130 1.30
Jan. 22-E. W. Jenkins, expense................... 1129 91.26
Jan. 22-Pepper Printing Co., stationery............ 1151 68.15
Jan. 22-N. W. Sanborn, expense ................... 1147 55.70
Jan. 22-N. W. Sanborn, salary.................... 1146 183.33
Jan. 22-Effie Doran, salary....................... 36854 4.00
Jan. 22-K. II. Graham, salary................... 1114 16.67
Jan. 22-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................ 1150 5.75
Jan. 22- R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 1153 27.63
Jan. 22-P. H. Rolfs, expense...................... 1120 180.73
Jan. 22-P. H. Rolfs, salary ..................... 1113 150.00
Jan. 22-C. K. McQuarrie, salary. ................ 1122 200.00
Jan. 22-R. McQuarrie, salary. .................... 1115 125.00
Jan. 22-J. B. Thompson, service................... 1145 4.27
Jan. 22-J. B. Thompson, salary ................. 1141 106.66
Jan. 22-J. B. Thompson, expense ................. 1144 86.95
Jan. 22- Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................. 1127 83.34
Jan. 22-A. P. Spencer, salary .................... 1123 225.00
Jan. 22-Mary Roux, salary ...................... 1136 83.33
Jan. 22-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 1117 166.67
Jan. 22- Grace G. Green, salary ................... 1126 16.66
Jan. 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 1152 16.68
Jan. 24-Avis W. Rockwell, salary................. 1118 83.33
Jan. 24-E. F. DeBusk, expense ................... 1137 79.80
Jan. 24-E. F. DeBusk, salary. ................... 1135 116.67
Jan. 24- R. W. Blacklock, salary .................. 1134 133.34
Jan. 24-Leo H. Wilson, expense .................. 1138 34.81
Jan. 24-F. G. Bending, salary ................... 1142 116.66
Jan. 24- R. Newhall. salary ...................... 1116 133.33
Jan. 26-The Breeze Printery, advertising .......... 1148 5.00
Jan. 27-E. H. Marable, sundries .................. 1121 1.80
Jan. 29-Spencer Lens Co., sundries ............... 1131 4.05
Jan. 29-C. D. Gunn, expense ..................... 1132 6.84
Jan. 31- II. G. Clayton. salary ................... 1125 150.00
Jan. 31-I- G. Clayton, expense.................... 1128 192.55
Jan. 31-II. G. Clayton, expense............. .... 1133 1.85
Feb. --J. R. Gunn, service ..................... 1139 15.00
Feb. 28-Avis W. Rockwell, salary................. 5137 83.33
Feb. 28-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................... 5133 166.67
Feb. 28-E. W. Jenkins, expense................... 5117 95.49
Feb. 28-R. Newhall, salary.................... .. 5141 66.67
Feb. 28-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ........ .. ..... 5132 83.33
Feb. 28-J. B. Thompson, salary .................. 5102 106.67
Feb. 28-J. B. Thompson, expense.................. 5100 42.54
Feb. 28-C. K. McQuarrie, expense................. 5120 22.07
Feb. 28-C. K. McQuarrie, salary................... 5134 216.67
Feb. 28-R. McQuarrie, salary. ................... 5140 75.00
Feb. 28-A. P. Spencer, salary..................... 5135 275.00















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Feb. 28-A. P. Spencer, expense.................... 5119 127.96
Feb. 28-R. Newhall, bills paid.................... 5094 16.24
Feb. 28-Wilman Newell, salary................... 5142 50.00
Feb. 28-0. F. Burger, expense.................... 5097 19.19
Feb. 28-J. M. Scott, salary. ..................... 5103 66.66
Feb. 28-The Big Store, Gainesville, sundries....... 14589 19.12
Feb. 28-John M. Scott, expense................. 5101 32.80
Feb. 28--R. W. Blacklock, expense ............... 5110 174.41
Feb. 28-Ralph Stoutamire, salary.................. 5138 100.00
Feb. 28-Ralph Stoutamire, expense .............. 5136 43.13
Feb. 28-Mary E. Roux, salary................... 5111 83.33
Feb. 29-C. E. Matthews, salary.................. 5124 47.50
Feb. 28-R. W. Blacklock, salary.................. 5114 150.00
Feb. 28-Chopin Photo Co., sundries.............. 5105 14.00
Feb. 28-W. E. Dunnaway, salary................. 5128 47.50
Feb. 28-C. D. Kime, salary.................. ....... 5125 47.50
Feb. 28-T. Hope Cawthon, sundries.............. 5104 15.00
Feb. 28-R. I. Matthews, salary ................. 5123 47.50
Mar. 2-Pepper Printing Co., stationery......... 5115 78.55
Mar. 2-E. H. Marable, service ................ 5107 13.50
Mar. 2-H. G. Clayton, salary ................. 5139 166.67
Mar. 2-H. G. Clayton, expense ................ 5118 129.51
Mar. 2-C. H. Willoughby, expense ............. 5096 51.14
Mar. 2-S. A. Hiatt, expense ................. 5108 23.97
Mar. 2-S. A. Hiatt, salary ..... .............. 5112 58.34
Mar. 2-Wm. Gomme, salary .................. 5127 47.50
Mar. 2-Wm. Gomme, expense ................ 5116 34.33
Mar. 2-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................ 5121 47.50
Mar. 2-R. A. Conkling, salary ................ 5129 47.50
Mar. 2-C. M. Berry, salary ................... 5131 47.50
Mar. 3-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................. 5113 58.33
Mar. 3-E. F. Debusk, expense ................. 5109 48.11
Mar. 3-E. F. DeBusk, bills paid............... 5106 6.60
Mar. 3-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams...... 5095 23.41
Mar. 3-N. W. Sanborn, expense ............... 5098 56.19
Mar. 3-J. W. Mathison, salary ............... 5124 47.50
Mar. 5-W. R. Briggs, salary .................. 5130 47.50
Mar. 5-Eastman Kodak Co., sundries .......... 5099 68.70
Mar. 7-L. R. Moore, salary ................... 5122 47.50
Mar. 22-The Burrowe Press, printing............. 7435 14.70
Mar. 23-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 7439 116.67
Mar. 23-Avis W. Rockwell, salary .............. 7476 83.33
Mar. 23-Wilman Newell, salary ................ 7479 100.00
Mar. 23-Will Lloyd, salary .................... 7475 50.00
Mar. 23-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 7470 275.00
Mar. 23-A. P. Spencer, expense ............... 7474 124.93
Mar. 23-A. P. Spencer, expense ................ 7454 70.17
Mar. 23-Eleanor C. Smith, salary .............. 7467 83.33
Mar. 23-J. B. Thompson, salary ................ 7440 106.67
Mar. 23-J. B. Thompson, expense .............. 7437 34.04
Mar. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries......... 7434 12.68
Mar. 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................. 7463 47.50
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 7432 16.64
Mar. 24-John M. Scott, expense ................ 7438 25.76













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 24-K. H. Graham, salary ................. 7478 16.66
Mar. 24-S. W. Hiatt, salary ................... 7447 116.67
Mar. 24-S. W. Hiatt, expense .................. 7444 76.84
Mar. 24-C. E. Matthews, salary ................ 7459 47.50
Mar. 24-E. W. Jeukins, expense ................ 7452 130.29
Mar. 24-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................. 7469 166.67
Mar. 24-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 7441 66.67
Mlar. 24-H. G. Clayton, expense ................ 7450 2.05
Mar. 24-H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 7468 166.67
Mar. 24-H. G. Clayton, expense ................ 7453 157.33
Mar. 24-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams...... 7433 13.06
Mar. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 7472 130.88
Mar. 24-L. R. Moore, salary .................... 7458 47.50
Mar. 24-R. A. Conkling, salary .................. 7464 47.50
Mar. 24-R. R. Whittington, salary .............. 7457 6.25
Mar. 24-The Milton Gazette, advertising .......... 1149 5.00
Mar. 24-Fielder & Alien Co., sundries ............ 7442 1.47
Mar. 25-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................. 7456 47.50
Mar. 25-R. W. Blacklock, expense ............... 7445 96.61
Mar. 25-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 7448 150.00
Mar. 25-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 7462 47.50
Mar. 25-Wm. Gomme, expense ................. 7451 19.52
Mar. 25-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 7471 216.67
Mar. 25-C. K. McQuarrie, expense .............. 7455 152.01
Mar. 25-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 7446 83.34
Mar. 25-Postal Tel. & Cable Co., telegrams....... 7449 2.67
Mar. 26-W. R. Briggs, salary .................. 7465 47.50
Mar. 26-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 7477 100.00
Mar. 26-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ............. 7473 3.24
Mar. 28-J. R. Watson, expense ................. 7436 24.49
Mar. 30-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 7461 47.50
Mar. 30-E. H. Marable, expense ................. 7443 14.40
Mar. 31-C. M. Berry, salary .................... 7466 47.50
Apr. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 10651 12.52
Apr. 20-0. F. Burger, expense ................... 10653 32.08
Apr. 20-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 10661 83.34
Apr. 20-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 10687 83.33
Apr. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, salary................. 10691 216.66
Apr. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, expense ............... 10673 57.97
Apr. 20-R. A. Conkling, salary .................. 10683 47.50
Apr. 20-J. Lee Smith, expense. .................. 10666 5.74
Apr. 21-C. E. Matthews, salary.................. 10678 47.50
Apr. 21-A. P. Spencer, expense ................. 10693 4.44
Apr. 21-A. P. Spencer, salary................... 10690 275.00
Apr. 21-R. Newhall, bills paid.................. 10652 19.33
Apr. 21-J. B. Thompson, salary ................. 10657 106.67
Apr. 21-J. B. Thompson, expense................ 10655 50.13
Apr. 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary. .................. 10689 166.66
Apr. 21-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................. 10672 72.70
Apr. 21-H. G. Clayton, salary.................... 10688 166.66
Apr. 21-Wilman Newell, salary ................... 10696 100.00
Apr. 21-John M. Scott, salary ................... 10658 66.67
Apr. 21-H. G. Clayton, expense ................. 10671 152.93
Apr. 21-W. E. Dunaway, salary.................. 10682 47.50
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Apr. 21-J. W. Mathison, salary .................. 10679 47.50
Apr. 22-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ............... 10694 83.34
Apr. 22-R. R. Whittington, expense .............. 10664 6.72
Apr. 22-R. R. Whittington, salary ............... 10674 12.50
Apr. 22-K. C. Moore, salary..................... 10677 15.84
Apr. 22-R. W. Blacklock, expense. ............... 10660 177.64
Apr. 22-R. W. Blacklock, salary. ................. 10663 149.09
Apr. 22-Wm. Gomme, salary ..................... 10681 47.50
Apr. 22-W. R. Briggs, expense. ................. 10667 0.79
Apr. 22-W. R. Briggs ,salary ................... 10684 47.50
Apr. 22-Ralph Stoutamire, expense .............. 10692 23.13
Apr. 22-Ralph Stoutamire, salary................ 10695 100.00
Apr. 22-G. W. Sansby, expense ................. 10670 11.00
Apr. 22-John M. Scott, expense.................. 10656 24.09
Apr. 22-Leo II. Wilson, salary................... 10675 47.50
Apr. 23-Geo. W .Dansby, salary.................. 10686 75.00
Apr. 25-L. R. Moore, expense.................... 10668 10.57
Apr. 25-L. R. Moore, salary...................... 10676 47.50
Apr. 25-S. W. Hiatt, expense ................... 10659 148.97
Apr. 25-S. W. Hiatt, salary. ...................... 10662 116.67
Apr. 25-John G. Hudson, expense ................ 10669 5.80
Apr. 27-C. M. Berry, salary..................... 10685 47.50
Apr. 29-A. W .Turner, expense...... ........... 10665 7.10
Apr. 29-C. D. Kime, salary........ ........... 10680 47.50
May 2-J. W. Mathison, salary.................. 7460 47.50
May 18-Henry R. Tribble, expense............... 14501 7.99
May 18-R. A. Conkling, salary................... 14477 7.50
May 19-Eastman Kodak Co., sundries............ 10654 1.95
May 19-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 14467 50.00
May 19-C. D. Gunn, expense..................... 14496 5.16
May 19-1. G. Clayton, salary..................... 14472 166.67
May 19-H. G. Clayton, expense.................. 14489 129.79
May 19-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 14471 166.67
May 19-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................. 14490 111.87
May 19-John M. Scott, salary .................... 14510 66.66
May 19-C .E. Matthews, salary .................. 14481 7.50
May 19-E. F. DeBusk, expense.................. 14493 5.20
May 19-C. K. McQuarrie, salary .................. 14469 216.67
May 19-C. K. McQuarrie, expense ................. 14487 91.48
May 19-A. P. Spencer, expense................... 14488 116.15
May 19-A. P. Spencer, salary................... 14470 275.00
May 19-R. Newhall, bills paid............ ..... .. 14515 17.96
May 19-J. B. Thompson, expense ................. 14514 64.14
May 19-J. B. Thompson, salary ................. 14511 106.67
May 19-Eleanor C. Smith, salary................ 14474 83.33
May 19-F. G. Merrin, bills paid .................. 14503 4.00
May 19-W. L. Watson, expense .................. 14502 11.83
May 19-Leo II. Wilson, salary ................... 14486 7.50
May 19-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 14478 7.50
May 19-W. E. Dunaway, expense ............... .14495 3.50
May 20-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 14506 116.67
May 20-S. W. Hiatt, expense ................... 14509 138.64
May 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid................ 14516 24.25
May 20-II. E. Stevens, expense ................. 14499 16.46

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 20-Avis W. Rockwell, salary................ 14466 83.33
May 20-R. R. Whittington, salary ............. .14485 12.50
May 20-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 14465 100.00
May 20-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ............. 14468 23.53
May 20-K. H. Graham, salary ................. 14464 16.66
May 20-Roy J. Dorsett, expense ................ 14494 6.15
May 20-K. C. Moore, salary ................... 14483 47.50
May 20-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 14505 150.00
May 20-R. W. Blacklock, expense.............. 14508 126.43
May 20-Jas. Mountain, expense ................ 14498 10.68
May 20-C. M. Berry, salary ................... 14475 7.50
May 20-J. W. Matgison, salary ................. 14482 32.50
May 21-F. G. Bending, salary ................. 14512 116.67
May 21-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ........ 14513 749.02
May 21-J. M. Tillman, expense ................ 14500 12.73
May 21-11. A. McDonald, expense ............... 14497 3,75
May 21-W. R. Briggs, salary .................. 1476 7.50
May 21-Wm. Gomme, salary .................. 14479 7.50
May 21-K. E. Bragdon, expense................. 14492 10.42
May 23-Spencer Lens Co., sundries.............. 14504 5.01
May 23-L. R. Moore, salary ................... 14484 7.50
May 23-Mary E. Roux, salary ................. 14507 83.33
May 25-G. W. Dansby, expense .............. 14491 141.77
May 27-Geo. W. Dansby, salary .............. 14473 150.00
May 30-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 14463 100.00
May 30-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 14480 7.50
June 15-C. M. Berry, salary .................. 17108 7.50
June 15-R. A. Conkling, salary .................. 17110 7.50
June 16-H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery........ 17101 14.41
June 16-John M. Scott, salary ................. 17131 66.67
June 16-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................ 17135 120.98
June 16-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ............ 17197 83.33
June 16-E. W. Jenkins, expense.................. 17121 95.11
June 16-W. W. Jenkins, salary .............. 17104 116.67
June 16-A. L. Shealy, expense ................. 1713't 43.68
Jpne 16-0. F. Burger, expense .............. 17136 7.78
June 16-Geo. W. Dansby, salary ................. 17106 150.00
June 16-Gee. W. Dansby, expense .............. 17123 136.22
June 16-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 17107 83.33
June 16-A. P. Spencer, salary ................ 17103 275.00
June 16-A. P. Spencer, expense ................ 17098 93.96
June 16-K. H. Graham, bills paid............... 17139 14.63
June 16-John M. Scott, expense .............. 17133 40.07
June 16-J. B. Thompson, salary ............... 17132 106.67
June 16-J. B. Thompson, expense................ 17134 166.59
June 16-C. K. McQuarrie, salary .............. 17102 216.67
June 16-C. K. McQuarrie, expense ............ 17120 146.35
June 16-C. E. Matthews, salary ............... 17115 7.50
June 16-Frank G. Merrin, expense ............... 17124 5.29
June 16-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ............. 17099 20.09
June 16--Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 17096 100.00
June 16-8. W. Hiatt, expense ....................... 17130 142.36
June 16-8. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 17127 116.66
June 16-R. Newhall, bills paid ............ .... 17138 21.45

















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June 16--H. G. Clayton, salary ............... 17105 116.67
June 16-H. G. Clayton, expense ............... 17122 134.96
June 16-Pepper Printing Co., printing ......... 17100 47.00
Jupne 16-W. E. Dunaway, salary............... 17111 7.50
June 17-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 17113 7.50
June 17-H. R. Whittington, salary .............. 17118 12.50
June 17-Wilman Newell, salary ................ 17095 100.00
June 17-R. W. Blacklock, salary .............. 17126 150.00
June 17-R. W. Blacklock, expense ............... 17129 75.18
June 17-Consolidated Typewriter Co., supplies.... 17125 3.50
June 17-Leo. H. Wilson, salary .............. 17119 7.50
June 17-Wm. Gomme, salary ................. 1712 7.50
June 17-K. C. Moore, salary ................... 17116 37.50
June 18-W. R. Briggs, salary................... 17109 7.50
June 20-J. W. Mathison, salary................. 17114 32.50
June 23-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 17128 83.33
June 25-L. R. Moore, salary ................... 17117 7.50
July 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 21110 14.79
July 23-J. B. hompson, salary..... ............... 11101 106.67
July 23-J. B. Thompson, expense ................ 21104 83.15
July 23-John M. Scott, expense.................. 21103 17.08
July 23-C. K. McQuarrie, salary................. 21120 216.66
July 23-C. K. McQuarrie. expense................ 21130 116.36
July 23-N. W. Sanborn, expense.................. 21105 25.11
July 23-Will Lloyd, salary.................... .. 21116 50.00
July 23-J. M. Scott, salary...................... 21100 66.67
July 23-A. W. Rockwell, salary.................. 21113 83.33
July 23-E. W .Jenkins, bills paid ................ 21086 4.20
July 23-E. W. Jenkins, expense................. 21141 155.64
July 23-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................... 21122 116.66
July 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary.................. 21129 7.50
July 25-Eleanor C. Smith, salary................. 21125 83.33
July 25-A. P. Spencer, expense.................. 21140 47.35
July 25-A. P. Spencer, salary .................... 21121 275.00
July 25-Consolidated Typewriter Co., typewriter.. 21087 139.00
July 25-K. H .Graham, salary................... 21115 16.67
July 25-A. L. Shealy, expense.................... 21106 7.53
July 25-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 21134 7.50
July 25-Leo H. Wilson, salary................... 21138 7.50
July 25-Pepper Printing Co., stationery.......... 21107 794.55
July 25-C. D. Gunn, salary..................... 21131 34.69
July 25-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 21108 5.97
July 25--Ralph Stoutamire, salary................ 21114 100.00
July 25-Ralph Stoutamire, expense............... 21143 11.23
July 25-S. W. Hiatt, expense.................... 21096 176.42
July 25-S. W. Hiatt, salary..................... 21094 116.66
July 25-S. W. Hiatt, bills paid...................: 21099 3.15
July 25-K. C. Moore, salary .................... 21135 37.50
July 25-Geo. W. Dansby, expense................ 21085 92.37
July 25-Geo. W. Dansby, salary................. 21124 75.00
July 25-C. M. Berry, salary...................... 21126 7.50
July 25-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries.............. 21091 11.07
July 26-Wm. Gomme, salary ..................... 21130 7.50
July 27-D. M. Campbell, expense................. 21084 6.90














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July 27-Gainesville Furniture Co., furniture. ...... 21118 174.81
July 27-H. G. Clayton, expense.................. 21142 .167.88
July 27-H. G. Clayton, salary .................... 21123 116.66
July 27-R. R. Whittington, salary................ 21137 12.50
July 27-K. H. Graham, bills paid................ 21111 8.98
July 27-Mary E. Roux, salary.................... 21095 16.66
July 27-Wynfred R. Briggs, expense.............. 21083 9.73
July 27-Wynfred R. Briggs, salary. ............... 21127 7.50
July 27-H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery.......... 21089 98.25
July 28-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 21133 32.50
July 29-Baird Hardware Co., hardware........... 21090 29.70
July 29-Wilman Newel:, salary.................. 21112 100.00
July 29-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 21102 50.60
July 30-R. W. Blacklock, salary................. 21003 150.00
July 30-R. W. Blacklock, expense............... 21007 89.74
July 30-R. W. Blacklock, bills paid ............... 21008 0.60
July 30-Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., book........ 21117 1.50
July 30-Ault & Wiborg Co., supplies ............ 21002 24.70
July 30-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., messages...... 21100 6.88
July 30-Addressograph Co., sundries..... ........ 21110 6.25
Aug. 1-M. M. Rothchild, supplies ................ 21088 0.00
Aug. 1-C .K. Kime, salary ..................... 21132 7.50
Aug. --L. R. Moore, salary ................... 21136 7.50
Aug. 10-R. A. Conkling, salary ................. 21128 7.50
Aug. 19-J. MI. Scott, salary. ..................... 24559 25.00
Aug. 19-N. W. Sanborn, expense................. 24561 52.02
Aug. 19-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 24560 283.3:3
Aug. 19-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................ 24540 52.50
Aug. 19-E. W. Jenkins, salary.................. 24345 166.66
Aug. 19-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 24534 150.00
Aug. 19- R. Newhall, salary .................... 2453' 100.00
Aug. 19-S. W. Hiatt, expense .................. 24551 02.15
Aug. 19-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................. 24547 106.66
Aug. 19-R. Stoutamire, salary ................ 24536 158.33
Aug. 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ............... 24557 3.89
Aug. 19-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 24544 216.66
Aug. 19-C. R. McQuarrie, salary .............. 24539 116.66
Aug. 19- E. C. Smith, salary .................... 24540 88.33
Aug. 19-A. P. Spencer, expense ................. 24543 29.82
Aug. 19-A. P. Spencer, salary ................. 24535 250.00
Aug. 19-K. II. Graham, bills paid .............. 24558 5.57
Aug. 19-H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery ........ 24553 4.53
Aug. 20-Grace C. Green, salary ................ 24548 116.66
Aug. 20-Will Lloyd, salary .................... 24541 25.00
Aug. 20-Pepper Printing Co., stationery.......... 24542 159.65
Aug. 22-K. II. Graham, salary ................. 24538 8.33
Aug. 25-IH. G. Clayton, salary .................. 24546 166.06
Aug. 25-H. G. Clayton, expense ................ 24550 81.53
Aug. 27-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 24554 166.66
Aug. 27-R. W. Blacklock, expense .............. 24556 83.00
Aug. 31-E. W. Jenkins, bills paid ............... 24552 1.46
Sept. 3-Mary E. Roux, salary ................ 24555 79.16
Sept. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 27478 13.53
Sept. 19-Grace C. Green, salary ...'............. 27455 116.67
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Sept. 19-J. M. Scott, salary...................... 27458 25.00
Sept. 19-E. C. Smith, salary ................... 27449 88.33
Sept. 19-A. P. Spencer, expense ................ 27460 72.23
Sept. 19-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 27444 250.00
Sept. 21-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 27459 283.33
Sept. 21-N. W. Sanborn, expense ..... .......... 27466 108.79
Sept. 21-W. L. Floyd, book .................... 27468 1.95
Sept. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 27446 158.33
Sept. 21-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 27452 166.67
Sept. 21-S. W. Hiatt, expense................... 27462 173.72
Sept. 21-Mary E. Roux, salary ................. 27457 79.17
Sept. 21-Ruby Newhall, salary .................. 27447 100.00
Sept. 21-R. W. Blacklock, expense .............. 27465 130.84
Sept. 21-R. W. Blacklock, salary. .............. 27456 166.67
Sept. 21-Will Floyd, salary .................... 27550 25.00
Sept. 21-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ........ 27474 144.27
Sept. 21-K. H. Graham, salary ................ 27445 8,33
Sept. 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........ 2747b 6.67
Sept. 22-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................. 27454 166.67
Sept. 22-E. W. Jenkins, expense................. 27464 100.41
Sept. 22-E. W. Jenkins, expense ............... 27575 2.40
Sept. 23-Mrs. W. W. Colson, expense............ 27467 25.00
Sept. 23-R. Newhail, bills paid.................. 27479 25.34
Sept. 23-Southern Photo Materials Co., sundries.. 2747' 3.59
Sept. 24-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 27448 116.67
Sept. 24-C. K. McQuarrie, expense............... 27461 93.42
Sept. 24--C. K. McQuarrie, salary ............... 27451 216.67
Sept. 24-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 27443 150.00
Sept. 26-MacMillan Company, book ............. 27470 1.55
Sept. 26--Addressograph Co., sundries ........... 27472 18.81
Sept. 26-H. G. Clayton, expense ................ 27463 200.02
Sept. 26-H. G. Clayton, salary ................. 27453 166.67
Sept. 26-Progressive Electrotyping Co., sundries. 27471 4.87
Sept. 26-Wilma Watson, service ................ 27473 5.30
Sept. 28-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries. 27469 3.00
Oct. 19-Ellen LeNoir, expense .................. 30891 43.13
Oct. 20-Elmer C. Smith, salary ................... 30862 88.34
Oct. 20-J. M. Scott, salary....................... 30903 25.00
Oct. 20-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 30857 250.00
Oct. 20-A. P. Spencer, expense................... 30864 7.26
Oct. 20-N. W. Sanborn, expense ................. 30006 44.54
Oct. 20-0. F. Burger, expense .................. 30877 2.81
Oct. 20-E. W. Jenkins, salary................... 30869 166.67
Oct. 20-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................. 30874 100.95
Oct. 19-Pepper Printing Co., sundries............. 30907 27.88
Oct. 20-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................... 30905 283.34
Oct. 20-Will Lloyd, salary....................... 30863 25.00
Oct. 20-S. W. Hiatt, expense...................... 30873 102.19
Oct. 20-S. W. Hiatt, salary..................... 30911 166.67
Oct. 20-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................ 30859 158.34
Oct. 20-Ralph Stoutamire, expense................ 30865 26.66
Oct. 20-Mary E. Roux, salary..................... 30881 79.17
Oct. 20-Florida Farmer Co., advertising.......... 30908 50.00
Oct. 20-Mrs. Mary S. Russell, expense............ 30986 31.20












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Oct. 21-Remington Typewriter Co., typewriter..... 30866 80.48
Oct. 21-Stella M. Wiley, expense................. 30902 49.32
Oct. 21-C. K .McQuarrie, expense................. 30871 43.55
Oct. 21-C. K. McQuarrie, salary................... 30867 216.67
Oct. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 30861 116.67
Oct. 21-K. C. Moore, expense..................... 30875 32.00
Oct. 21-Leo H. Wilson, expense.................. 30876 59.03
Oct. 21-Albina Smith, expense.................... 30898 59.65
Oct. 21-Winnie W. McEwen, expense............... 30893 57.42
Oct. 22-Fielder & Allen Co., stationery............. 30878 18.09
Oct. 22-E. H. Marable, service.................... 30883 2.13
Oct. 22-R. W. Blacklock, expense.................. 30882 25.80
Oct. 22-R. W. Blacklock, salary................... 30880 166.67
Oct. 22-Grace C. Greene, salary................. 30870 116.67
Oct. 22-Ora Odom, expense....................... 30894 17.09
Oct. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 30910 6.05
Oct. 22-K. H. Graham, salary.................... 30858 8.34
Oct. 22-Beulah Pipkin, expense................... 30895 71.74
Oct. 22-Lois Godbey, expense..................... 30888 52.16
Oct. 24-The Progressive Farmer, advertising....... 30904 4.90
Oct. 24-Lyric Theater, sundries .................. 30879 6.50
Oct. 24-Isabelle Thursby, expense.................. 30884 61.88
Oct. 24-Pearl LaFitte, expense ................... 30890 44.61
Oct. 24-Margaret Cobb, expense.................. 30885 54.18
Oct. 24-Mrs. Grace F. Warren, expense............ 30901 40.71
Oct. 26-Nettle B. Crabill, expense................. 30887 65.17
Oct. 26-H. G. Clayton, expense .................. 30872 80.11
Oct. 26--H. G. Clayton ,salary.................... 30868 166.67
Oct. 26-Wilman Newell, salary.................. 30856 150.00
Oct. 26-Lucy Belle Settle, expense.............. 30897 46.53
Oct. 26-Mrs. Harriet A. Ticknor, expense.......... 30900 54.20
Oct. 29-Ruby Newhall, salary..................... 30860 100.00
Nov. 2-Mrs. Nellie W. Taylor, expense........... 30899 37.71
Nov. 2-Anna E. Heist, expense.................. 30889 50.71
Nov. 2-Marie Cox, expense...................... 30886 37.76
Nov. 3-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 30909 17.17
Nov. 7-Ruby McDavid, expense .................. 30892 36.31
Nov. 12-K. C. Moore, service..... ................. 31928 .90
Nov. 25-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense......... 34743 78.98
Nov. 25-N. W. Sanborn, salary................... 34742 283.33
Nov. 25-Will Lloyd, salary....................... 34713 25.00
Nov. 25-J. R. Watson, traveling expense.......... 34745 38.00
Nov. 25-Wilman Newell, salary................... 34748 150.00
Nov. 25-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense......... 34725 125.31
Nov. 25-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense.......... 34727 72.65
Nov. 25-H. G. Clayton, salary................... 34720 166.66
Nov. 25-J. M. Scott, salary....................... 34739 25.00
Nov. 25-E. W. Jenkins, salary.................... 34722 166.66
Nov. 25-E. W. Jenkins, bills paid.................. 34730 1.85
Nov. 25-W. K. Makernson, traveling expense...... 34741 43.78
Nov. 25-W. K. Makernson, salary................. 34740 200.00
Nov. 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 34706 19.87
Nov. 25-C. K. McQuarrie, traveling expense........ 34724 76.48
Nov. 25-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................. 34719 216.66
















I'aid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 25-11. McQuarrie, salary .................. 34711 116.66
Nov, 25-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense......... 34715 58.22
Nov, 25-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 34707 250.00
Nov. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid.................. 34747 12.57
Nov, 25-E. H. Marable, sundries ................ 34718 .90
Nov. 25-0. F. Burger, traveling expense.......... 34744 25.94
Nov. 25-Eleanor C. Smith, salary................ 34712 88.33
Nov. 25-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense....... 34736 158.79
Nov. 25-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................. 34734 166.66
Nov. 25-Mary E. Roux, salary ................. 34735 79.16
Nov. 25-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 34723 166.66
Nov. 25-Ralph Stoutamire, traveling expense..... 34716 15.34
Nov. 25-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 34709 158.34
Nov. 25-S. W. Iiatt, salary..................... 34721 166.66
Nov. 25-S. WV. Hiatt, traveling expense........... 34726 107.82
Nov. 25-R. Newhall, salary .................... 34710 100.00
Nov. 25-J. J. Sechrest, traveling expense......... 34729 49.83
Nov. 28-Fielder & Alien Co., sundries ............ 34732 19.17
Nov. 28-Pepper Printing Co., stationery.......... 34746 309.07
Nov. 28-Baird Hardware Co., sundries........... 34733 6.60
Nov, 28-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 34708 8.33
Nov. 28-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense......... 34731 32.25
Nov. 28-Mrs. W. J. Palmer, traveling expense..... 34737 22.64
Dec. 5-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries. 34714 1.70
Dec. 7-Floresa Sipprell, traveling expense. ....... 34738 40.00
Dec. 9-J. W. Mathison, traveling expense....... 34728 41.97
Dec. 10-Lucas Supply Co., sundries ............. 34717 2.45
Dec. 20-N. W. Sanborn, expense ................ 38017 164.62
Dec. 20-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 38016 283.33
Dec. 20-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................. 37996 166.67
Dec. 20-E. W. Jenkins, expense ................ 38002 114.33
Dec. 20-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 37991 25.00
Dec. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 37989 116.67
Dec. 21-C. K. McQuarrie, salary ................ 37995 108.33
Dec. 21-John M. Scott, expense .................. 38012 21.33
Dec. 21-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 37990 88.33
Dec. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 37987 158.33
Dec. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ............. 38028 37.27
Dec. 21-Ruby Newhall, salary .................. 37988 100.00
Dec. 21-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 38022 118.27
Dec. 21-0. F. Burger, expense ........ ......... 38018 16.50
Dec. 21-Wilman Newell, expense ................ 37992 122.22
Dec. 21-Wilman Newell, salary ................. 37984 150.00
Dec. 21--H. G. Clayton, expense ................. 38000 190.30
Dec. 21--H. G. Clayton, salary ................. 37997 166.67
Dec. 21-Hamlin L. Brown, expense .............. 38013 48.33
Dec. 21-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ............... 38011 216.66
Dec. 22-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries. ............ 3801 6.12
Dec. 22-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 38029 12.50
Dec. 22-R. W. Blacklock, expense ............... 38008 125.61
Dec. 22-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 38006 166.67
Dec. 22-E. F. DeBusk, expense ................... 38003 30.00
Dec. 22-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 38007 79.17
Dec. 22-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 37099 116.67

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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 22-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 38005 1.40
Dec. 22-S. W. Hiatt, expense ................... 3800j 127.04
Dec. 22-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 37998 166.67
Dec. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 38024 13.83
Dec. 22-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 3798o 250.00
Dec. 22-A. P. Spencer, expense ................. 37993 139.18
Dec. 22-DuBose Studio, sundries ................ 38009 9.00
Dec. 22-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 37986 8.33
Dec. 23-H. A. McDonald, expense................ 38004 15.16
Dec. 23-J. M Scott, salary ...................... 38010 25.00
Dec. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 37994 4.25
Dec. 24-Progressive Farmer, advertising ......... 38020 4.90
Dec. 24-W. K. Makenson, salary ................ 38014 153.33
Dec. 24-W. K. Makenson, expense .............. 38015 71.30
Dec. 20-Webster Bros., books ................... 88019 14.00
Dec. 29-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams....... 38023 13.70

Total disbursements during year................. .$ 42,997.50



LEVER SUPPLEMENTARY EXTENSION FUND-
FEDERAL

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

Receipts from United States Government ................... $ 17,048.72
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ....................... 2,140.61

$ 19,189.33
Disbursements during year .............................. $ 16,578.51

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ..................$ 2,610.82

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 22-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 1201 $ 47.50
Jan. 22-Jas. Mountain, salary .................. 1205 47.50
Jan. 22-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 1190 100.00
Jan. 22-W. L. Watson, salary .................. 1212 47.50
Jan. 22-R. A. Conkling, salary ................. 1194 .47.50
Jan. 22-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................. 1196 47.50
Jan. 22--YHenry R. Tribble, salary ............... 1209 47.50
Jan. 22-R. J. Matthews, salary ................ 1202 47.50
Jan. 22-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 1207 47.50
Jan. 22-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 1200 47.50
Jan. 24-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 1203 52.50
Jan. 24-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., phone......... 1189 7.17
Jan. 24-Leo H. Wilson, salary .................. 1213 47.50
Jan. 24-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 1208 47.50
Jan. 24-W. R. Bridges, salary .................. 1193 47.50
Jan. 24-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 1197 47.50













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Jan. 24-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 1211 47.50
Jan. 24-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 1191 47.50
Jan. 24-C. M. Berry, salary .................... 1192 47.50
Jan. 24- C. D. Kime, salary ................... .. 1199 47.50
Jan. 26-W. A. Fishbough, books ................ 1188 2.25
Jan. 26-J. C. Sechrest, salary ................... 1206 47.50
Jan. 28-A. W. Turner, salary ................... 1210 47.50
Jan. 31-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 1195 59.00
Jan. 31- P. T. Kelley, salary .................... 1198 47.50
Feb. 7-Connie Devane, salary .................. 2150' 25.00
Feb. 2-L. R. Moore, salary .................... 1204 47.50
Feb. 28-University Book Store, books .......... 5161 2.79
Feb. 28-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 5159 11.00
Feb. 28-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 5167 116.67
Feb. 28-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 516" 66.67
Feb. 28-R. McQuarrle, salary ................... 5165 50.00
Feb. 28-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 5160 2.33
Feb. 28-F. G. Merrin, salary ................... 5157 32.50
Feb. 28-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 5158 47.50
Feb. 28-H. R. Tribble, salary ................... 5152 47.50
Mar. 1-Thos. B. Carr, salary .................. 5149 75.00
Mar. 2-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 5164 94.25
Mar. 2-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 5151 47.50
Mar. 2-W. L. Watson, salary .................. 5150 47.50
Mar. 2-J. G. Gadden, salary ................... 5147 75.00
Mar. 3-S. H. IIendley, salary .................. 5145 80.00
Mar. 3-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 5153 47.50
Mar. 4-James Mountain, salary ................. 5156 47.50
Mar. 5-Mack G. Hines, salary ................. 5144 80.00
Mar. 5-Robert Carter, salary .................. 5148 80.00
Mar. 5-J. E. Cranberry, salary................. 51401 75.00
Mar. 7-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 5143 80.00
Mar. 7- J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 5155 47.50
Mar. 9-Addressograph Co., supplies ............ 5162 2.42
Mar. 9-Progressive Electrotyping Co., supplies... 5163 2.61
Mar. 10-Wm. A. Sessoms, salary ................ 5154 4.75
Mar. 25-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 7493 47.50
Mar. 25-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 7504 125.00
Mar. 25-Pepper Printing Co., stationery ......... 7498 90.25
Mar. 25-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 7494 47.50
Mar. 25-Thomas B. Carr, salary ................ 7486 75.00
Mar. 26-James Mountain, salary ................ 7492 47.50
Mar. 26-R. Newhall, salary .................... 750; 133.33
Mar. 26-W. L. Watson, salary .................. 7487 47.50
Mar. 26-J. G. Gadden, salary ................... 7484 75.00
Mar. 26-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 7495 47.50
Mar. 28-Robert Carter, salary .................. 4785 80.00
M:ar. 28-Crace C. Creene, salary ................ 7497 116.67
Mar. 28-Mack G. Iines, salary ................. 7481 80.00
Mar. 28-Alfred Warren, Salary ................. 7488 47.50
Mar. 28- II. E. Stevens, salary .................. 7400 47.50
Mar. 28-Henry R. Tribble, salary ................. 7489 47.50
Mar. 30-E. H. Marble, sundries ................ 7303 5.75
Mar. 30-S. L. Wi kins, salary. ................... 7480 80.00














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Mar. 30-J. K. Small, book........................ 7499 1.55
Mar. 31-Addressograph Co., supplies.............. 7500 6.14
Mar. 31-American Multigraph Sales Co., supplies... 7501 4.90
Mar. 31-J. E. Granberry, salary.................. 7483 75.00
Mar. 31-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 7491 47.50
Apr. 1-S. H. Hendley, salary.................... 7482 80.00
Apr. 1-The MacMillan Co., books ................ 7502 14.42
Apr. 18-Mrs. Adrienne H. Peay, sundries.......... 18814 53.53
Apr. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 10720 2.31
Apr. 20-C. K. McQuarrie, salary................. 10722 125.00
Apr. 20-Henry R. Tribble, salary................. 10711 47.50
Apr. 21-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries............ 10721 .92
Apr. 21-R. Newhall, sundries .................... 7496 2.33
Apr. 21-Frank G. Merrin, salary..... ............ 10715 47.50
Apr. 21-E. H. Marable, sundries.................. 10719 1.35
Apr. 21-W. L. Watson, salary.................... 10700 47.50
Apr. 21-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................. 10717 47.50
Apr. 21-J. G. Gadden, salary ................... 10700 75.00
Apr. 21-M. J. Jackson, expense.................. 10608 31.04
Apr. 22-S. H. HIendley, expense.................. 10700 21.62
Apr. 22-S. II. Hendley, salary ................... 10704 80.00
Apr. 22-Alfred Warren, salary ................... 10710 47.50
Apr. 22-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 10702 80.00
Apr. 22-R. Newhall, salary. ...................... 10723 133.24
Apr. 22-Grace C. Greene, salary.................. 10718 116.06
Apr. 22-James Mountain, salary ................. 10714 47.50
Apr. 22-S. L. Wilkins, expense.................. 10697 16.52
Apr. 23-Thos. B. Carr, salary ................... 10708 75.00
Apr. 25-Robt. Carter, salary. ............. ...... 10707 80.00
Apr. 25--H. E. Stevens, salary................... 10712 47.50
Apr. 25-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................... 10713 47.50
Apr. 27-Mack G. Hines, salary................... 10703 80.00
Apr. 28-John G. Hudson, salary .................. 10716 47.50
Apr. 30-J. E. Granberry, salary ................. 10705 75.00
Apr. 30-J. E. Granberry, expense.................. 10701 18.46
May 4-Mack G. Hines, expense................. 10600 13.16
May 18-Henry R. Tribble, salary ................. 14533 47.50
May 18-J. G. Gadden, expense................... 14544 14.06
May 10-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 14518 125.00
May 19-- Newhall, bills paid ................... 14522 .95
May 19-F. G. Merrin, salary.................... 14529 47.50
May 19-D. A. Armstrong, salary................. 14527 47.50
May 19-W. L. Watson, salary................... 14535 47.50
May 19-J. G. Gadden, salary.................... 14538 75.00
May 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid................ 14523 2.24
May 20-Grace C. Greene, bills paid............... 14526 110.67
May 20-S. L. Williams, salary.................... 542 80.00
May 20-H. E. Stevens, salary................... 14532 47.50
May 20-R. Newhall, salary....................... 14517 133.33
May 20-James Mountain, salary................. 14530 47.50
May 20-J. E. Granberry, salary.................. 14539 75.00
May 20-John G. Hudson, salary.................. 14528 47.50
May 20-Thos. B. Carr, salary.................... 14536 75.00
May 21-Pepper Printing Co., printing............ 14524 176.19













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 21-E. H. Marable, service.................. 14525 4.20
May 21-Gainesville Furniture Co., repairs......... 14520 2.50
May 21-Mack G. Hines,. salary.................. 14541 80.00
May 23-Robert Carter, salary .................... 14537 80.00
May 23-Robert Carter, expense................... 14543 12.06
May 23-Alfred Warren, salary................... 14534 47.50
May 25-J. Dressner Co., supplies................. 14521 2.91
May 25--J. J, Sechrest, salary.................... 14531 47.50
May 26-Progressive Electrotyping Co., sundries... 14510 2.61
May 27-S. H. Hendley, salary.................... 14540 80.00
June 15-J. G. Gadden, salary ................... 17155 75.00
June 15-D. A. Armstrong, salary ............... 17143 47.50
June 15-Thos. B. Carr, salary .................. 17153 75.00
June 16-R. McQuarrie, salary .................. 17141 125.00
June 16-W. L. Watson, salary ................. 17152 47.50
June 16-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 17145 47.50
June 16-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 17140 133.33
June 16-K. C. Moore, salary ................... 17146 10.00
'June 16-Henry R. Tribble, salary ................ 17150 47.50
June 17-J. E. Granberry, salary ................ 17156 75.00
June 17-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 17144 47.50
June 18-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 17151 47.50
June 18-Robert Carter, salary .................. 17154 80.00
June 18-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 17142 116.67
June 18-James Mountain, salary ................ 17147 47.50
June 20-S. L. Wilkins, salary .................. 17159 80.00
June 20-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 17149 47.50
June 20-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 17148 47.50
June 22-Mack G. Hines, salary ................. 17158 80.00
July 5-S. H. Hendley, salary .................. 17157 80.00
July 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 21163 8.39
July 23-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 21160 50.00
July 23-H. & W, B. Drew Co., sundries........... 21161 15.56
July 23-Henry R. Tribble, salary .............. 21172 47.50
July 23-Thos. B. Carr, salary ................... 21175 75.00
July 25-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 21167 47.50
July 25-J. G. Gadden, salary ................... 21176 75.00
July 25-W. L. Watson, salary ................. 21174 47.50
July 25-Pepper Printing Co., printing............ 21162 667.30
July 25-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 21164 116.66
July 25-K. C. Moore, salary .................... 21168 10.00
July 25-D. A. Armstrong, salary ............... 21165 47.50
July 25-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................. 21170 47.50
July 26-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 21171 47.50
July 27-Robert Carter, salary ................... 21181 80.00
July 27-S. H. Hendley, salary .................. 21178 80.00
July 27-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 21173 47.50
July 27-J. E. Granberry, salary ................ .21177 75.00
July 27-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 21166 47.50
July 29-James Mountain, salary ................ 21169 47.50
Aug. 4-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 21180 80.00
Aug. 19-H. R. Tribble, salary .................. 24580 45.00
Aug. 19-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 24578 45.00
Aug. 20-K. C. Moore, salary ................... 24575 45.00













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 20-E. F. DeBusk, salary .................. 24568 45.00
Aug. 20-C. E. Matthews, salary ................ 24573 45.00
Aug. 20-Leo. H. Wilson, salary ................ 24583 45.00
Aug. 20-D. A. Armstrong, salary ............... 24563 45.00
Aug. 20-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 24567 45.00
Aug. 20-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 24569 45.00
Aug. 20-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 24572 45.00
Aug. 20-James Mountain, salary ................ 24577 45.00
Aug. 20-Mack G. Hines, salary ................. 21179 80.00
Aug. 20-A. W. Turner, salary .................. 24581 45.00
Aug. 20-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 24574 45.00
Aug. 20-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 24582 45.00
Aug. 23-R. A. Conkling, salary .................. 24565 45.00
Aug. 24-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 24579 45.00
Aug. 24-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 24571 45.00
Aug. 25-W. R. Briggs, salary .................. 24564 45.00
Aug. 25-R. T. Kelley, salary .................... 24570 45.00
Aug. 25-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 24566 45.00
Aug. 26-C. M. Berry, salary .................... 24562 45.00
Sept. 21-Frank G. Merrin, salary................ 27492 45.00
Sept. 21-C. E. Matthews, salary................. 27491 45.00
Sept. 21-K. C. Moore, salary.................... 27403 45.00
Sept. 21-Leo H. Wilson, salary................... 27501 45.00
Sept. 21-D. A. Armstrong, salary................ 27480 45.00
Sept. 21-R. A. Conkling, salary.................. 27482 22.50
Sept. 21-John G. Hudson, salary................. 27487 45.00
Sept. 22-H. E. Stevens,. salary .................. 27496 45.00
Sept. 22-Wm. Gomme, salary.................... 27486 45.00
Sept. 22-Henry R. Tribble, salary................ 27497 45.00
Sept. 22-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 27495 45.00
Sept. 23-R. T. Kelley, salary.................... 27488 45.00
Sept. 23-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 27481 45.00
Sept. 23-Roy J. Dorsett, salary................... 27484 22.50
Sept. 23-Alfred Warren, salary.................... 27500 45.00
Sept. 26-R. E. Van Ness, salary................. 27499 22.50
Sept. 26-James Mountain, salary................ 27494 45.00
Sept. 26-C. D. Kime, salary...................... 27489 45.00
Sept. 29-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 27490 45.00
Sept. 29-E. F. DeBusk, salary.................... 27483 45.00
Sept. 20-W. E. Dunaway, salary................. 27485 45.00
Oct. 1-A. W. Turner, salary...................... 27498 45.00
Oct. 20-W. E. Dunaway, expense.................. 31033 55.61
Oct. 20-W. E. Dunaway, salary.................. 31009 45.00
Oct. 20-J. Lee Smith, expense................... 31043 49.60
Oct. 21-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 31016 45.00
Oct. 21-H. A. McDonald, expense................ 31038 34.98
Oct. 21-E. F. DeBusk, salary.................... 31007 45.00
Oct. 21-E. F. DeBusk, expense................... 31031 54.28
Oct. 21-K. C. Moore, salary...................... 31017 45.00
Oct. 21-C. E. Matthews, expense ................. 31039 35.04
Oct. 21-C. E. Matthews, salary.................. 31015 45.00
Oct. 21-Leo H. Wilson, salary................... 31025 45.00
Oct. 21-John G. Hudson, salary.................. 31011 45.00
Oct. 21-J. G. Hudson, expense................... 31035 48.97













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Oct. 22--II. E. Stevens, salary. ..... .'. ..... ..... 31020 45.00
Oct. 22-H. E. Stevens, expense. ................ 31045 51.45
Oct. 22-D. L. Campbell, expense................... 31029 38.34
Oct. 22-Wm. Gomme, expense.................... 31034 50.80
Oct. 22-Wm. Gomme, salary..................... 31010 45.00
Oct. 22-Wynfred R. Briggs, salary ................ 31005 45.00
Oct. 22-W. R. Briggs, expense.................... 31028 45.35
Oct. 22-1. E. Van Ness, expense................. 31048 20.01
Oct. 22-R. E. Van Ness, salary ................... 31023 45.00
Oct. 22-F. G. Merrin, expense ................... 31040 57.01
Oct. 24-R. T. Kelley, expense.................... 31036 38.65
Oct. 24-R. T. Kelley, salary...................... 31012 45.00
Oct. 24--1. R. Whittington, expense ............... 31050 48.97
Oct. 24-II. R. Tribble, expense................... 31046 38.66
Oct. 24-II. R. Tribble, salary .................... 31021 45.00
Oct. 24-S. A. Armstrong, salary................... 31004 45.00
Oct. 24-D. A. Armstrong, expense................. 31026 22.98
Oct. 24-Roy D. Dorsctt, salary................... 31008 45.00
Oct. 24-Roy J. Dorsett, expense.................. 31032 16.12
Oct. 24-G. W. Scally, expense ................... 31044 40.10
Oct. 24-James Mountain, salary.................. 31018 45.00
Oct. 24-James Mountain, expense ................ 31041 36.11
Oct. 24-Alfred Warren, salary .................... 31024 45.00
Oct. 24-Alfred Warren, expense .......... ....... 31049 51.04
Oct. 24-R. A. Conkling, salary. .................. 31006 45.00
Oct. 24-1. A. Conkling, expense ................. 31030 48.41
Oct. 24-J. S. Rainey, expense..................... 31042 70.00
Oct. 26-C. D. Kime, salary ...................... 31013 45.00
Oct. 26-C. D. Kime, expense ..................... 31037 39.92
Oct. 26-A. W. Turner, expense................... 31047 43.12
Oct. 31-T. W. Turner, salary ..................... 31022 45.00
Oct. 31-K. E. Bragdon, expense .................. 31027 60.00
Oct. 31-Benj. L. Perry, salary .................... 31051 75.00
Nov. 4-L. R. Moore, salary .................... 24576 45.00
Nov. 4-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 31014 45.00
Nov. 9-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 31019 45.00
Nov. 25-D. A. Armstrong, salary ............... 34749 9.00
Nov. 25-B. E. Lawton, salary .................. 34759 45.00
Nov. 25-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 34762 45.00
Nov. 25-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 34766 45.00
Nov. 25-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 34761 45.00
Nov. 25-J. O. Traxler, salary ................... 34768 45.00
Nov. 25-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 34754 45.00
Nov. 25-C. D. Kime, salary ..................... 34758 45.00
Nov. 25-Benj. L. Perry, salary .................. 34773 75.00
Nov. 26-R. A. Conkling, salary ................. 34751 45.00
Nov. 28-A. W. Turner, salary .................. 34769 45.00
Nov. 28-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 34750 45.00
Nov. 28-K. C. Moore, salary .... ................ 34763 45.00
Nov. 28---Roy J. Dorsett, salary ................. 34753 45.00
Nov. 28-James Mountain, salary ................ 34764 45.00
Nov. 28--H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 34767 45.00
Nov. 28--E. F. Debusk, salary. .................. 34752 45.00
Nov. 28-R. A. VanNess, salary ................. 34770 45.00












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Nov. 28-Wm. Gomme, salary .,................ 34755 45,00
Nov. 30-Leo H. Wilson, salary .................. 34772 45.00
Nov. 30-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 34771 45.00
Nov. 30-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 34756 45.00
Dec. 1-R. T. Kelley, salary .................... 34757 45.00
Dec. 1-Louis T. Nieland, salary ................ 34765 45.00
Dec. 9-J. W. Mathlson, salary ................ 34760 45.00
Dec. 20-BenJ. L. Perry, salary ................. 37983 75.00
Dec. 21-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 37971 45.00
Dec. 21-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 37964 45.00
Dec. 21-C. D. Kime, salary .................... 37968 45.00
Dec. 21-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 37966 45.00
Dec. 22-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 37972 45.00
Dec. 22-K. C. Moore, salary .................... 37973 45.00
Dec. 22-E. F. DeBusk, salary .................. 37962 45.00
Dec. 22-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 37959 45.00
Dec. 22-B. E. Lawton, salary ................... 37969 45.00
Dec. 22-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 37976 45.00
Dec. 23-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 37981 45.00
Dec. 23-R. E. Van Ness, salary ................. 3798u 45.00
Dec. 23-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 37960 45.00
Dec. 23-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 37963 45.00
Dec. 23-A. W. Turner, salary ................... 37979 45.00
Dec. 23-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 37977 45.00
Dec. 23-J. 0 Traxler, salary .................... 37978 45.00
Dec. 24-James Mountain, salary ................ 37974 45.00
Dec. 24-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 37965 45.00
Dec. 24-Leo. H. Wilson, salary ................... 37982 45.00
Dec. 24-Louis T. Nieland, salary ............... 37975 25.50
Dec. 24-R. A. Conkling, salary ................. 37961 45.00
Dec. 24-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 37970 45.00
Dec. 29-R. T. Kelly, salary ................... 37967 45.00

Total disbursements during year.................$ 16,578.51



WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1921.

Receipts during year from United States Government........ $ 25,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921....................... 14,892.15

$ 39,892.15
Disbursements during year...............................$ 35,551.03

Balance in fund December 31, 1921....................$ 4,341.12

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan, 20-E. C. Beck, salary....................... 1169 $ 180.00
Jan, 20-W. D. Cody, salary .................... 1166 190.00














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Jan. 20-A. P. Black, salary .................... 1164 200.00
Jan. 20-A. L. Shealey, salary .................. 1163 230.00
Jan. 20-W. S. Perry, salary ..........;......... 1165 180.00
Jan. 20-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 1158 230.0(1
Jan. 22-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 1155 250.00
Jan. 22-B. F. Gaines, salary ................ 1161 58.00
Jan. 22-U. T. Holmes, salary ................... 1160 152.00
Jan. 22-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 1168 170.00
Jan. 22-M. Simpson, salary .................... 1157 230.00
Jan. 22-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 1156 240.00
Jan. 24-T. R. Leigh, salary ...................... 1162 230.00
Jan. 24-C. II. Willoughby, salary ............... 1159 230.00
Jan. 24-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 1167 210.00
Jan. 29-J. M. Farr, salary ..................... 1154 250.00
Feb. 28-A. L. Shealey, salary ................... 5075 230.00
Feb. 28-A. P. Black, Jr., salary ................ 5076 200.00
Feb. 28-E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 5081 180.00
Feb. 28-B. F. Gaines, salary ................... 5073 100.00
Feb. 28-W. S. Perry, salary ..................... 5077 180.00
Feb. 28-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 5080 170.00
Feb. 28--P. L. Reed, salary ..... ................ 5070 230.00
Feb. 28-T. M. Simpson, salary .................. 5069 230.00
Feb. 28-A. J. Strong, salary .................... 5079 210.00
Feb. 28-J. R. Benton, salary ............... 5067 250.00
Feb. 28-W. D. Cody, salary .................... 5078 190.00
Feb. 28-U. T. Holmes, salary ................... 5072 110.00
Feb. 28-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 5068 240.00
Mar. 2-J. M. Farr, salary .................... 5066 250.00
Mar. 2-C. H. Willoughby, salary .............. 5071 230.00
Mar. 3-T. R. Leigh, salary .................... 5074 230.00
Mar. 25-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 7516 250.00
Mar. 25-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 7519 230.00
Mar. 25-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 7528 210.00
Mar. 25-T. M. Simpson, salary ................. 7518 230.00
Mar. 25-Alex Bresth, salary ................... 7529 170.00
Mar. 25-U. T. Holmes, salary .................. 7521 110.00
Mar. 25-A. P. Black, salary .................... 7525 200.00
Mar. 25-A. L. Shealey, salary .................. 7524 230.00
Mar. 25-E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 7530 180.00
Mar. 25-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 7531. 190.00
Mar. 25-T. R. Leigh, salary .................... 7523 230.00
Mar. 25-Frazier Rogers, salary ................. 7532 180.00
Mar. 25-W. D. Cody, salary .................... 7527 190.00
Mar. 25-P. H. Lucas, salary .................... 7515 170.00
Mar. 26-J. M. Farr, salary .................... 7514 250.00
Mar. 26-B. F. Gaines, salary ................... 7522 130.00
Mar. 26-W. S. Perry, salary .................. 7526 180.00
Mar. 26-W. L. Floyd, salary ................... 7517 250.00
Mar. 28-C. H. Willoughby, salary ............... 7520 230.00
Apr 20-A. P. Black, salary ................... 10633 200.00
Apr. 20-W. D. Cody, salary .................... 10635 190.00
Apr. 20-T. It. Leigh, salary .................. 10631 230.00
Apr. 20-A. L. Shealey, salary .................. 10632 230.00
Apr. 20-W. S. Perry, salary ................... 10634 18060o













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Apr. 20-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 10625 250.00
Apr. 20-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 10624 250.00
Apr. 21-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 10637 170.00
Apr. 21-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 10627 230.00
Apr. 21-T. M. Simpson, salary ................. 10626 230.00
Apr. 21-E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 10638 180.00
Apr. 22-C. II. Willoughby, salary ............... 10628 230.00
Apr. 22-U. T. Iolmes, salary .................. 10629 110.00
Apr. 22-P. II. Lucas, salary ................... 10623 170.00
Apr. 22-J. M. Farr, salary ..................... 10622 250.00
Apr. 22-J. E. Turlington, salary ............... 10639 100.00
Apr. 22-Frazicr Rogers, salary ................. 10640 180.00
Apr. 30-A. J. Strong, salary ................... 10636 210.00
Apr. 30-B. F. Gaines, salary ................... 10630 130.00
May 18-T. M. Simpson, salary ................. 14448 62.15
May 19-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 14446 250.00
May 20-W. L. Floyd, salary ................... 14447 250.00
May 23-J. M. Farr, salary ..................... 14445 250.00
Oct. 20-A. J. Strong, salary .................... 30980 300.00
Oct. 20-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 30998 270.00
Oct. 20-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 30990 340.00
Oct. 20-F. R. Rogers, salary ................... 30003 270.00
Oct. 20-A. L. Shealy, salary .............. ..... 30988 340.00
Oct. 20-M-elvin Price, salary ................... 30992 300.00
Oct. 20-E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 30995 270.00
Oct. 20-J. M. Farr, salary .................... 30981 360.00
Oct. 20-B. F. Gaines, salary ................... 31001 180.00
Oct. 20-W. S. Perry, salary .................... 30994 270.00
Oct. 20-C. II. Willingham, salary ............... 30985 340.00
Oct. 21-T. M1. Simpson, salary .................. 30987 340.00
Oct. 21-J. R. Benton, salary ................... 30982 360.00
Oct. 21-W. R. Hale, salary ..................... 31002 180.00
Oct. 21-A. P. Black, salary ..................... 30996 270.00
Oct. 21-E. S. Walker, salary ................... 31000 180.00
Oct. 21-M. D. Cody, salary .......... ......... 30997 270.00
Oct. 21-E. L. Lord, salary ..................... 31003 250.00
Oct. 21-Joseph Weil, salary .................... 30999 180.00
Oct. 22-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 30983 350.00
Oct. 24-T. R. Leigh, salary .................... 30991 340.00
Oct. 24-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 30986 340.00
Oct. 24-II. S. Davis, salary .................... 30984 340.00
Nov. 21-M-. D. Cody, salary ..................... 34687 270.00
Nov. 21-Carl T. Stirk, salary ................... 34680 244.44
Nov. 21-T. M. Simpson, salary ................... 34676 340.00
Nov. 23-A. P. Black, salary .................... 34686 270.00
Nov. 23-Melvin Price, salary ................... 34682 300.00
Nov. 23-E. C. Beck, salary ..................... 34685 270.00
Nov. 23-F. R. Rogers, salary ................... 34683 270.00
Nov. 23-E. L. Lord, salary ..................... 34693 250.00
Nov. 23-A. L. Shealy, salary ................... 34677 340.00
Nov. 23-W. S. Perry, salary .................... 34684 270.00
Nov. 23-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 34688 270.00
Nov. 23-P. L. Reed, salary ..................... 34679 340.00
Nov. 23-J. R. Benton, salary ...................... 24671 30.00
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 25-W. R. Hale, salary ..................... 34692 180.00
Nov. 25-J. P. Little, salary .................... 34694 125.00
Nov. 25-C. H. Willoughby, salary ............... 34674 340.00
Nov. 25-W. L. Floyd, salary .................... 34672 350.00
Nov. 28-E. S. Walker, salary ................... 34690 180.00
Nov. 28-B. F. Gaines, salary ................... 34691 180.00
Nov. 30-Joseph Weil, salary .................... 34689 180.00
Nov. 30-A. J. Strong, salary .................... 34678 300.00
Dec. 1-T. R. Leigh, salary. .................... 34681 340.00
Dec. 1-J. M. Farr, salary...................... .34670 360.00
Dec. 3-H. S. Davis, salary...................... 34673 340.00
Dec. 5-J. E. Turlington, salary................. 34675 340.00
Dec. 19-W. S. Perry, salary ...................... 37885 270.00
Dec. 19-J. L. Floyd, salary....................... 37873 350.00
Dec. 19-J. R. Benton, salary...................... 37872 360.00
Dec. 19-Alexander Bresth, salary................. 37889 270.00
Dec. 19-J. E. Turlington, salary .................. 37876 340.00
Dec. 19-M. D. Cody, salary ...................... 37888 270.00
Dec. 19-E. R. Rogers, salary.................... 37884 270.00
Dec. 19-A. P. Black, salary..................... 37887 270.00
Dec. 19-E. C. Beck, salary....................... 37886 270.00
Dec. 19-Karl J. Sterk, salary.................... 37881 244.44
Dec. 10-J. M. Farr, salary ...................... 37871 360.00
Dec. 19-A: L. Shealey, salary ................... 37878 340.00
Dec. 20-Melvin Price, salary ..................... 37883 300.00
Dec. 20-B. F. Gaines, salary ..................... 37892 180.00
Dec. 21-P. L. Reed, salary ....................... 37880 340.00
Dec. 21-T. M. Simpson, salary................... 37877 340.00
Dec. 21-J. P. Little, Jr., salary .................. 37895 125.00
Dec. 21-E. L. Lord, salary........................ 37894 250.00
Dec. 21-E. S. Walker, salary ..................... 37891 180.00
Dec. 22-A. J. Strong, salary .................... 37879 300.00
Dec. 22-T. R. Leigh, salary....................... 37882 340.00
Dec. 23-C. H. Willoughby, salary................ 37875 340.00
Dec. 24-H. S. Davis, salary ..................... 37874 340.00
Dec. 30-Joseph Well, salary...................... 37890 180.00
Dec. 31-W. R. Hale, salary. ..................... 37893 .180.00

Total disbursements during year ......................$ 35,551.03




AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES-MORRILL FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government ...... $ 25,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921.......................... 15,545.97

$40,545.97
Disbursements during year ............................... 25,198.31

Balance in fund December 31, 1921.................... $ 15,347.66













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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 1-Tilden Mfg. Co., sundries ................ 37042 $ .65
Jan. 1-Elmer & Amend, sundries .............. 37037 7.00
Jan. 18-H. R. Kaufman, sundries ............... 1200 2.55
Jan. 18-H. R. Kaufman, sundries ............... 1289 8.03
Jan. 18-A. L. Mebane, service ................... 1256 00.00
Jan. 18-Homer Thomas, service .,................ 1260 57.50
Jan. 18-H. F. Coleman, service ................. 1248 80.00
Jan. 18-B. R. Dent, service ..................... 1265 75.00
Jan. 18-T. S. Johnson, service .................. 1252 50.00
Jan. 18-R. G. Bruce, service ................... 1246 25.00
Jan. 18-J. G. Lumpkin, service .................. 1255 40.00
Jan. 18-M. R. Brooks, service .................. 1262 80.00
Jan. 18-N. B. Young, service ................... 1261 50.00
Jan. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 1299 44.72
Jan. 18-Robert McQueen, service ............... 1276 8.50
Jan. 18-Jacob Baldwin, service ................. 1287 15.00
Jan. 18-Sadle Pryor, service ................... 1286 6.00
Jan. 18-Dewey Clemens, service ................ 1291 8.00
Jan. 18-Wheelock Bisson, service ................ 1297 12.00
Jan. 18-R. J. Hawkins, service ................. 1249 90.00
Jan. 18-E. 0. Paige, service .................... 1274 60.00
Jan. 18-S. A. Jenkins, service .................. 1270 65.00
Jan. 18-Levi Alexander, Jr., service ............. 1244 90.00
Jan. 18-Walter Pendarvis, service .............. 1257 80.00
Jan. 18-L. W. Black, service ................... 1245 75.00
Jan. 18-B. L. Perry, service .................... 1258 90.00
Jan. 18-F. A. Kennedy, service ................. 1272 35.00
Jan. 18- J. Britt, mule ......................... 1293 175.00
Jan. 18-W. E. Gadsden, service ................ 1267 85.00
Jan. 19-A. E. Rambeau, service ................. 125L 50.00
Jan. 20-W. N. Lowe, service ................. 1254 75.00
Jan. 20-Clark Jewelry & Book Store, sundries.... 1292 4.90
Jan. 20-E. E. Broughton, service ............... 1247 90:00
Jan. 21-D. iM. Hawkins, service ................ 1269 57.50
Jan. 21-Mrs. E. B. Jones, service ................. 127i 25.00
Jan. 21-E. B. Jones, service .................... 1253 110.00
Jan. 21-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. .1251 62.50
Jan. 21-H. J. Smith, service ................... 1275 85.00
Jan. 21-C. B. Moon, service .................... 1273 50.00
Jan. 21-0. I. Gramling, feed .................. 1288 57.25
Jan. 22--H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 1277 1.85
Jan. 22-Grover Harden, service ................. 1250 50.00
Jan. 22-Singer Sewing Machine Co., service...... 1278 3.00
Jan. 24-Pichard Bros., lumber ................... 1298 75.43
Jan. 24-Gulf Refining Co., oil and gas............ 1296 27.00
Jan. 24-E. C. Atkins & Co., sundries.............. 1279 2.68
Jan. 24-Tampa Morning Tribune, subscription.... 1294 8.00
Jan. 26-S. L. Hargrove, service .................. 1268 75.00
Jan. 27-The Johns Hopkins Press, book........... 1283 5.00
Jan. 27-H. D. Forbes, service ................ 1266 35.00
Jan. 29-Illustrated Milliner, subscription ........ 1282 6.00
Jan. 29-Baker & Taylor Co., sundries............. 1280 4.65
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 29-The Nation, New York, subscription...... 1281 5.00
Jan. 31-The Palmer Co., subscription ........... 1284 4.00
Jan. 31-H. W. Wilson Co., subscription......... 1285 9.10
Feb. 1-L. M. Cropper, service ................. 1264 60.00
Feb. 2-Trained Nurse & Hospital Review, subscrip-
tion .................................. 1295 2.50
Feb. 5-Sun-Herald Corporation, subscription ..... 37035 6.00
Feb. 14-B. S. Bryant, service .................. 1263 25.00
Feb. 25-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................. 5197 40.00
Feb. 25-M. R. Brooks, service .................. 5204 80.00
Feb. 25-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 5219 6.09
Feb. 25-N. B. Young, service ................... 5203 50.00
Feb. 25-E. E. Broughton, service ................ 5189 90.00
Feb. 25-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries............. 5246 33.57
Feb. 25-P. W. Wilson A Co., sundries............. 5258 12.38
Feb. 25--H. J. Smith, service ..................... 5217 85.00
Feb. 25-T. S. Johnson, service .................... 5194 50.00
Feb. 25-E. B. Jones, service...................... 5195 110.00
Feb. 25-E. B. Jones, service...................... 5213 25.00
Feb. 25-B. R. Dent, service ...................... 5207 75.00
Feb. 25-Walter Pendarvis, service................ 5199 80.00
Feb. 25-Wheelock Bisson, service.................. 5236 12.00
Feb. 25-Jacob Baldwin, service.................... 5235 15.00
Feb. 25-Robert McQueen, service ................. 5248 8.50
Feb. 25-L. M. Cropper, service ................... 5206 60.00
Feb. 25-Homer Thomas, service. ................. 5202 57.50
Feb. 26-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries.............. 5256 3.10
Feb. 26-J. W. Collins & Co., sundries .............. 5250 3.40
Feb. 26-Grover Harden, service ................... 5192 50.00
Feb. 26-Yates Grocery Co., feed .................. 5243 5.35
Feb. 26-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., sundries..... 5245 98.70
Feb. 26-Hill's Book Store, sundries ............... 5241 1.25
Feb. 26-Chas. Williams, sundries ................. 5260 89.43
Feb. 26-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries................ 5221 7.10
Feb. 26-L. W. Black, service...................... 5187 75.00
Feb. 26-Levi Alexander, service................... 5186 90.00
Feb. f6-A. E. Rambeau, service ................... 5201 50.100
Feb. 26-H. F. Coleman, service. .... ............. 5190 80.00
Feb. 28-City of Tallahassee, water and lights.... 5254 173.44
Feb. 28-W. N. Lowe, service...................... 5196 75.00
Feb. 28-Weekly Democrat, paper................. 5239 7.00
Feb. 28-M. M. Iawkins, service................... 5211 57.50
Feb. 28-M. M. Hawkins, bills paid............... 5251 13.66
Feb. 28-James Messer, sundries................... 5257 14.60
Feb. 28-R. G. Bruce, service...................... 5188 25.00
Feb. 28-S. L. Hargrove, service .................. 5210 75.00
Mar. 1-D. D. Cureton, service.................... 5252 25.50
Mar. 1-R. J. Hawkins, service.................. 5191 90.00
Mar. 1- B. L.'Perry, service..................... 5200 90.00
Mar. .1-C. B. Moon, service...................... 5215 50.00
Mar. 1-F. A. Kennedy, service.................. 5214 35.00
Mar. 1-Clemons Bros., sundries ................. 5220 5.50
Mar. 1-A. L. Mebane, service.................... 5198 90.00
Mar. 1-M. E. Gadsden, service.................. 5209 85.00
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Mar. 1-E. O. Paige, service .................... 5216 60.00
Mar. 1-S. A. Jenkins, service. ................... 5212 65.00
Mar. 2-H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery......... 5249 3.92
Mar. 2-Standard Oil Co., oil.................... 5240 11.00
Mar. 2-W. H. A. Howard, service ............... 5193 62.50
Mar. 3-Gulf Refining Co., gas and oil ............ 5224 27.00
Mar. 3-Gulf Refining Co., gas and oil............ 5223 36.90
Mar. 3-Hotel Equipment Co., sundries........... 5226 3.10
Mar. 3-Milton-Bradley Co., sundries............. 5244 7.70
Mar. 4-B. S. Bryant, service..................... 5205 25.00
Mar. 5-Penn Publishing Co., books ............... 5227 5.00
Mar. 5-New York Tribune, subscription.......... 5242 6.00
Mar. 5-E. P. Dutton & Co., book.................. 5259 2.54
Mar. 5-Henry, Iolt & Co., book.................. 5232 2.25
Mar. 7-Pratt & Whitney, sundries................ 5225 45.00
Mar. 7-Monarch Machine Tool Co., sundries...... 5238 5.84
Mar. 7-Fleming I. Revell Co., book .............. 5f29 1.75
Mar. 7-F. J. Black, sundries .................... 5253 18.30
Mar. 7-Albert Pick & Co., sundries ............... 5255 23.71
Mar. 7-Inland Printer Co., subscription........... 5234 4.00
Mar. 7-Doubleday, Page & Co., book............. 5231 1.58
Mar. 7-R. K. LeBlond Machine Tool Co., sundries. 5237 1.17
Mar. 7-Outlook Co., subscription ................ 5222 5.00
Mar. 9-H. W. Wilson Co., book................... 5247 2.25
Mar. 9-Washington Post, subscription ............ 5261 10.00
Mar. 9-Richard G. Badger (The Gohram Press),
book ..................... ............. 5233 2.17
Mar. 9-Capital City Grocery Co., sugar.......... 5218 0.25
Mar. 11-H. D. Forbes, service .................... 5208 26.23
Mar. 12-Harcourt, Bruce & Howe, books ........... 5228 3.83
Mar. 12-National Child Welfare Assn., sundries.... 5230 7.50
Mar. 22-E. E. Broughton, service ............... 7566 90.00
Mar. 22-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................ 7574 40.00
Mar. 22-B. M. Hawkins, service ................ 7588 69.00
Mar. 22-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid .............. 7596 6.57
Mar. 22-A. L. Mebane, service ................. 7575 300.00
Mar. 22-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. 7570 62.50
Mar. 22-H. J. Smith, service .................... 7504 85.00
Mar. 22-B. R. Dent, service ................... 7584 75.00
Mar. 22-S. A. Jenkins, service .................. 7589 65.00
Mar. 22-M. R. Brooks, service ................ 7581 80.00
Mar. 22-E. 0. Paige, bills paid ................. 7593 75.00
Mar. 22-T. S. Johnson, service ................." 7571 50.00
Mar. 22-L. W. Black, service .................... 7564 75.00
Mar. 22-E. B. Jones, service ................... 7572 110.00
Mar. 22-Mrs. E. B. Jones, service................. 7590 25.00
Mar. 22-R. G. Bruce, service ................... 7565 25.00
Mar. 22-H. F. Coleman, service ....... ......... 7567 80.00
Mar. 23-J. M. Gilbert, service .................. 7586 15.00
Mar. 23-Wheelock Bisson, service ............... 7602 12.00
Mar. 23-Robert McQueen, service ............... 7601 8.50
Mar. 23-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 7595 14.25
Mar. 23-N. B. Young, service .................. 7580 50.00
Mar. 24-M. E. Gadsden, service ................. 7585 85.00












79


Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 24-Grover Harden, service ................ 7569 50.00
Mar. 25-C. B. Moon, service ................... 7592 65.00
Mar. 25-B. L. Perry, service .................. 7577 90.00
Mar. 25-L. M. Cropper, service ................ 7583 60.00
Mar. 25-W. N. Lowe, service ................... 7573 75.00
Mar. 25-Levi Alexander, service ................ 7563 90.00
Mar. 25-A. E. Rambeau, service ................. 7578 50.00
Mar. 25-Homer Thomas, service ................. 7579 57.50
Mar. 25-Walter Pendarvis, service .............. 7576 80.00
Mar. 25-S. L. Hargrove, service ................. 7587 75.00
Mar. 26-Logan Coal & Supply Co., coal .......... 7598 18.00
Mar. 26-Clark Jewelry & Book Store, sundries... 7600 6.73
Mar. 29-E. C. Atkins & Co., sundries ............ 7603 6.20
Mar. 29-The Selig Co., sundries ................ 7597 40.50
Mar. 30-F. A. Kennedy, service ................ 7591 35.00
Mar. 31-R. J. Hawkins, service ................ 7568 90.00
Mar. 31-Clemons Bros., sundries ................ 7599 13.70
Apr. 5-B. S. Bryant, service ................. 7582 25.00
Apr. 16-B. R. Dent, service .................... 10760 75.00
Apr. 18-Grover Harden, service ................. 10745 50.00
Apr. 18--Hicks' Drug Store, sundries ............ 10793 10.85
Apr. 18-W. N. Lowe, service .................. 10749 75.00
Apr. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ............... 10795 14.08
Apr. 18-N. B. Young, service ................... 10756 50.00
Apr. 18-Wheelock Bisson, service .............. 10777 12.00
Apr. 18-Robert McQueen, service ............... 10774 8.50
Apr. 18-Jacob Baldwin, service ................ 10775 15.00
Apr. 18-J. M. Gilbert, service ................. 10762 30.00
Apr. 18-A. L. Mebane, service ................. 10751 100.00
Apr. 18-Walter Pendarvis, service ............. 10752 80.00
Apr. 18-R. G. Bruce, service ................. 10741 25.00
Apr. 18-B. L. Perry, service ................... 10753 30.00
Apr. 18-H. J. Smith, service .................. 1070 85.00
Apr. 18-L. W. Black, service ................. 10740 75.00
Apr. 18-M. R. Brooks, service .................. 10757 80.00
Apr. 19-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid ............... 10784 11.76.
Apr. 18-B. M. Hawkins, service ............... 10764 69.00)
Apr. 19-Lewis State Bank for T. J. Appleyard, sun-
dries ................................. 10787 1.42
Apr. 19-James Messer, sundries ............... 10794 2.70
Apr. 19-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................ 10750 41.00
Apr. 19-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries .......... 10781 3.15
Apr. 19-E. E. Broughton, service ................. 10742 90.00
Apr. 19-Levi Alexander, service ................ 10739 90.00
Aprff 19-M. E. Gadsden, service ............... 10761 85.00
Apr. 19-W. H. A. Howard, service ............ 10746 62.50
Apr. 19-E. 0. Paige, service...................... 10769 75.00
Apr. 19-S. A. Jenkins, service. .................... 10765 65.00
Apr. 19--. J. Hawkins, service ................. 10744 90.00
Apr. 19-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed............... 10791 72.85
Apr. 19-L. M. Cropper, service. ..... ............ 10759 60.00
Apr. 19-C. B. Moon, service .............. ...... 10768 65.00
Apr. 19-F. A. Kennedy, service ................. 10767 35.00
Apr. 19-Chas. Williams, sundries................. 10779 30.72












80

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Apr. 19-Homer Thomas, service.................. 10755 57.50
Apr. 19-T. S. Johnson, service................... 10747 50.00
Apr. 19--A. E. Rambeau, service ................. 10754 50.00
Apr. 19-H. F. Coleman, service................... 10743 80.00
Apr. 21-Tallahassee Iron Works, sundries......... 10773 2.00
Apr. 21-Cameron & Barkley Co., sundries.......... 10790 7.91
Mar. 21-Tallahassee Fruit & Grocery Co., feed..... 10788 0.00
Apr. 22-Gulf Refining Co., oil.................... 10778 2.00
Apr. 22-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware.... 10771 33.40
Apr. 22-F. J. Black, sundries.................... 10789 13.88
Apr. 22-Evans Seed Co., seed.................... 10776 12.00
Apr. 22--H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 10782 30.99
Apr. 23-S. B. Richards Co., book................. 10792 13.75
Apr. 23-Crane Co., sundries ....................... 10772 66.46
Apr. 25-Weekly Democrat, paper ................. 10785 3.00
Apr. 25-S. L. Hargrove, service.................. 10763 75.00
Apr. 25-H. 0. Hastings Co., seed................ 10786 26.25
Apr. 27-Pratt & Whitney Co., sundries........... 10783 13.00
Apr. 29-B. S. Bryant, service.................... 10758 25.00
Apr. 29-E. B. Hones, service...................... 10748 100.00
Apr. 29-Mrs. E. B. Jones, service................. 10766 25.00
May 2-Neidich Process Co., supplies............. 10780 2.00
May 17-M. E. Gadsden, service ................... 14637 85.00
May 17-B. M: Hawkins, service.................. 14640 57.50
May 17-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid................ 14663 26.93
May 17-W. N. Lowe, service...................... 14625 75.00
May 17-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ............. 14656 35.47
May 17-F. A. Kennedy, service .................. 14643 35.00
May 17-Walter Pendarvis, service................ 14628 80.00
May 17-B. R. Dent, service.. .................... 14636 75.00
May 17-R. G, Bruce, service...................... 14617 25.00
May 17-Mrs. E. B. Jones, service................ 14642 25.00
May 17-E. B. Jones, service..................... 14624 110.00
May 17-E. B. Jones, service....................... 14647 10.00
May 17-L. W. Black, service..................... 14616 75.00
May 17-Levi Alexander, Jr., service............... 14615 90.00
May 17-H. J. Smith, service..................... 14646 85.00
May 17-W. II. A. Howard, service................ 14622 62.50
May 17-N. B. Young, service ..................... 14632 50.00
May 17-Wheelock Bisson, service................ 14653 12.00
May 17-Robert McQueen, service................. 14660 8.50
May 17-A. E. Rambeau, service ................... 14630 50,00
May 18-Lewis State Bank, for T. J. Appleyard,
service ................................ 14652 5.60
May 18-J. G. Lumpkin, service. .................. 14626 40.00
May 18-N. B. Young, service............. ....... 14648 5.06
May 18-Pendleton Grain & Provision Co., service... 14649 3.25
May 19-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware.. 14664 106.62
May 19-J. M. Gilbert, service ................... 14638 30.00
May 19-E. E. Broughton, service ................. 14618 90.00
May 19-S. A. Jenkins, service ................... 14641 65.00
May 20-Hill's Book Store, sundries................ 14651 3.85
May 20-A. L. Mebane, service .................... 14627 90.00
May 20-H. H. Bohler, paint .................... 14657 3.00













81

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 0-L. M. Cropper, service ................... 14635 60.00
May 20-Proctor-McNeill, sundries ............... 14654 8.25
May 20-C. B .Moon, service...................... 14644 50.00
May 20-T. S. Johnson, service................... 14623 50.00
May 21-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline............... 14666 26.20
May 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 14661 23.06
May 21-Grover Hardin, service ................ 14621 50.00
May 23-Pichard Bros., lumber .................. .14659 41.76
May 23-Eugene Dietzgen Co., paper ............ 14662 6.21
May 23-H. F. Coleman, service ................ 14619 80.00
May 25-M. R. Brooks, service .................. 14633 80.00
May 26-Cleveland Twist Drill Co., drills......... 14650 1.18
May 27-E. O. Paige, service .................... 14645 60.00
May 27-R. J. Hawkins, service ................. 14620 90.00
May 27-J. IIllyer, service ................... 14639 75.00
May 27-B. L. Perry, service .......... ...... 14629 90.00
May 27-Homer Thomas, service ................. 14631 57.50
May 28-City of Tallahassee, gas, etc. ............ 14658 130.36
May 28-The Literary Digest, subscription ......... 14655 4.00
May 28-Elmer & Amend, chemicals .............. 14665 95.41
June 9-B. S. Bryant, service .................. 14634 25.00
June 13-- J. Hawkins, service ................. 17211 90.00
June 13-H. F. Coleman, service ................. 17210 80.00
June 14-B. M. Hawkins, service. ............... 17231 57.50
June 14-N. B. Young, service ................... 17223 50.00
June 14-E. E. Broughton, service ............... 17209 00.00
June 14-Grover Harden, service ................. 17212 50.00
June 14-M. R. Brooks, service .................. 17224 80.00
June 14-Mrs. E. B. Jones, service ............... 17233 25.00
June 14-E. B. Jones, service .................... 17215 110.00
June 14-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 17218 90.00
June 14-B. R. Dent, service ................. 17227 75.00
June 14-W. N. Lowe, service ................... 17216 75.00
June 14-B. L. Perry, service .................... 17220 90.00
June 14-F. A. Kennedy, service .................. 17234 35.00
June 14-C. B. Moon, service ................... 17235 50.00
June 15-E. O. Paige, service ................... 17236 60.00
June 15-T. S. Johnson, service ................. 17214 50.00
June 15-A. E. Rambeau, service ................ 17221 50.00
June 15-Levi Alexander, Jr., service ............ 17206 90.00
June 15-W. H. A. Howard, service ............ 17213 62.50
June 15-L. W. Black, service .................. 17208 75.00
June 17-Homer Thomas, service ................ 17222 57.50
June 17-S. A. Jenkins, service ................. 17232 65.00
June 18-H. J. Smith, service .................. 17237 85.00
June 18-Walter Pendarvis, service .............. 17219 80.09
June 20-J. M. Gilbert, service .................. 17229 30.0:)
June 20-M. E. Gadsden, service ................ 17228 85.00
June 21-J. E. Lumpkin, service ................. 17217 40.00
June 24-V. Hilyer, service ..................... 17230 75.00
June 30--R. G. Bruce, service ................... 17207 25.00
July 2-L. M. Cropper, service ................. 17226 60.00
July 18-B. S. Bryant, service .................. 17225 25.00
July 20-J. M. Gilbert, service ................ 21208 30.00















Paid. In.favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 20-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................. 21203 40.00
July 20-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 21214 9.85
July 20-N. B. Young, service................... 21207 50.00
June 20-B. L. Perry, service ................... 21206 90.00
June 20-B. R. Dent, service ................... 21199 75.00
July 21-W. H. A. Howard, service ............ 21202 62.50
July 21-Walter Pendarvis, service .............. 21205 80.00
July 26-T. B. Byrd & Son, groceries............. 21777 63.70
July 26-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries............ 21213 10.36
July 26-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ........... 21776 32.57
July 26-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries .............. 21795 25.25
July 26-Chas. Williams, hardware .............. 21700 56.50
July 26-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed ............... 21763 136.85
July 26-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 21764 85.70
July 26-Cogswell's Cash Store, sundries.......... 21707 5.85
July 26-Clemons Bros., sundries ................ 21787 12.80
July 26-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 21799 06.40
July 26-Jacob Baldwin, service ................. 21766 40.00
July 27-S. P. Richards, sundries ............... 21786 33.93
July 27-B. h. Hawkins, service ................. 21108 57.50
July 27-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 21772 9.00
July 27-C. B. Moon, service ................... 21200 75.00
July 27-J. W. Collins & Co., salt ............... 21779 2.60
July 27-Pendleton & Collins, sugar ............... 21774 8.50
July 27-Pendleton & Collins, sundries ........... 21794 10.00
July 28-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline ............ 21792 10.80
July 28-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline ............ 21780 10.00
July 29-H. G. Hastings Co., seed ............... 21785 1.35
July 29-F. J. Black, sundries .................. 21789 34.35
July 29-E. II. Martin, sundries ................ 21778 4.80
July 30-Curtis Publishing Co., subscription....... 21768 2.00
July 30- Ginn & Co., books ..................... 21212 2.08
July 30-E. C. Atkins & Co., sundries............. 21210 2.82
July 30-City of Tallahassee, gas, etc. ............ 21762 48.68
July 30-Singer Sewing Machine Co., sewing ma-
chine ..................... ............ 21765 38.40
Aug. 1-Century Electric Co., sundries........... 21771 1.42
Aug. 1-Hanton & Goodman Co., sundries........ 21767 3.16
Aug. 1-Capital City Jobbing House, sundries.... 21793 3.90
Aug. 1-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware.. 21788 24.30
Aug. 1-Osborne & Sexton Machine Co., machinery. 21796 475.00
Aug. 1-The Critic & Guide, subscription......... 21783 4.00
Aug. 1-Lloyd Adam, Nobles sundries............ 21770 6.00
Aug. 1-Building Age, subscription .............. 21769 2.00
Aug. 2-A. L. Mebane, service ................. 21204 90.00
Aug. 3-John Mannville, sundries .............. 21791 4.10
Aug.. 3-Pratt & Whitney Co., sundries ........... 21781 12.96
Aug. 3-Universal Grinding Machine Co., sundries. 21782 4.00
Aug. 3-E. P. Dutton & Co., book ............... 21209 1.28
Aug. 3-National Child Welfare Assn., chartts.... 21773 7.57
Aug. 5-H. W. Wilson Co., subscription.......... 21784 8.50
Aug. 5-A. I. C. P., New York, charts ............ 21798 2.00
Aug. 6-Richards-Wilcox Mfg. Co., vise........... 21211 2.49
Aug. 8-H. H. Bohler, paint..................... 21775 2.50
















Paid.


In favor of.


Aug. 8-F. A. Kennedy, service .................
Aug. 15-James Messer, sundries ................
Aug. 15-T. S. Johnson, service ..................
Aug. 15-T. S. Johnson, service .................
Aug. 15- B. R. Dent, service ....................
Aug. 15-Jacob Baldwin, service .................
Aug. 15-Jacob Baldwin, service ................
Aug. 15- L. E. Davis. service ...................
Aug. 15-Clem Benton, service ...................
Aug. 15-Clem Benton, service ..................
Aug. 15- J. Baldwin, service ....................
Aug. 15- S. J. Lewis, service ...................
Aug. 15-N. B. Young, bills paid .................
Aug. 16-B. M. Iawkins, bills paid .............
Aug. 16-B. M. Hawkins, service .................
Aug. 16-Leonard E. Davis, service ..............
Aug. 16-Cogswell's Cash Store, soap ............
Aug. 16-Hall-Martin Drug Co., sundries .........
Aug. 16-B. L. Perry, service ...................
Aug. 16-Samuel Lewis, service .................
Aug. 17-Geo. E. Eubanks, seed .................
Aug. 17-Fla. State College for Women, seed......
Aug. 17-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed ..............
Aug. 17-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed...............
Aug. 17-Dewey Clements, service ...............
Aug. 17-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware..
Aug. 18-American Book Co., book ...............
Aug. 18-Harden & Williams, service .............
Aug. 18-City of Tallahassee, electricity, etc. ......
Aug. 19-J. B. Lippincott Co., sundries ..........
Aug. 19-S. P. Richards Co., sundries ...........
Au.g 19- Ginn & Co., book .....................
Aug. 19-New York Tribune, subscription .........
Aug. 19-T. B. Byrd & Son, sundries...............
Aug. 19-S. B. Hubbard Co., sundries .............
Aug. 20-Southern School Book Depository, books...
Aug. 0--F. J. Black, sundries ........ ...........
Aug. 20-Evans Seed Co., seed....................
Aug. 22-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries............
Aug. 2-Sun-Ierald Corporation, subscription......
Aug. 23-W. B. Saunders Co., book ................
Aug. 23-Houghton-Mifflin Co., book...............
Aug. 24-J. M. Gilbert, service ..................
Aug. 25-Northwestern Steel & Iron Works, sundries
Aug. 25-A. L. Mebans, service...................
Aug. 25-The Science Press, subscription...........
Aug. 25-American Electric Heater Co., sundries...
Aug. 26-Whitcomb & Barrows, books ..............
Aug. 26-Painters Magazine & Paint & Wall Paper
Dealer, subscription ....................
Aug. 27-Little, Brown & Co., books ..............
Aug. 27-Hogan's Dairy Supply House, supplies.....
Sept. 7-V. Hilyer, service. ................... ...
Sept. 8- C. B. Moon, service....................


Warrant. Amount.
21201 85.00
24131 42.15
24096 10.00
24097 7.60
24081 75.00
24106 15.00
24107 31.00
24101 40.00
24103 40.00
24104 40.00
24105 40.00
24098 40.00
24133 11.12
24128 4.85
24083 115.00
24102 40.00
24089 5.00
24124 1.50
24080 90.00
24099 40.00
24129 6.00
24087 48.00
24092 9.75
24118 73.15
24100 30.00
24119 21.28
24088 .72
2410S 24.20
24126 8.98
24112 1.74
24095 12.93
24111 2.00
24090 12.00
24121 3.50
24132 7.00
24117 3.32
24127 10.20
24130 15.92
24120 5.95
24093 12.00
24110 1,94
24116 1.77
24082 30.00
24094 40.15
24079 125.00
24091 5.00
24125 6.51
24114 3.40

24122 2.00
24109 6.00
24123 5.00
24084 75.00
24086 75.00















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Sept. 10-F. A. Kennedy, service .................. 24085 35.00
Sept. 19-J. M. Gilbert, service ................... 7510 30.00
Sept. 20-Harden & Williams, service ............ 27526 26.75
Sept. 20-B. L. Perry, service ..................... 27509 90.00
Sept. 20-N. B. Young, bills paid.................. 27527 11.50
Sept. 20-L. E. Davis, service.................... 27515 40.00
Sept. 20-Jacob Baldwin, service.................. 27513 40.00
Sept. 20-S. J. Lewis, service..................... 27514 40.00
Sept. 20-Clem Benton, service.................... 27512 40.00
Sept. 21-A. L. Mebane, service................... 27508 62.50
Sept. 21-T. B. Byrd & Son, sundries............... 27525 4.70
Sept. 21-Hilll's Book Store, sundries ............. 27516 2.60
Sept. 21-General Electric Co., service. ............ 27524 43.50
Sept. 21-Charles Williams, hardware............... 27523 117.07
Sept. 21-Charles Williams, hardware.............. 27522 25.00
Sept. 22-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed............... 27518 0.00
Sept. 24-City of Tallahassee, gas................. 27520 1.58
Sept. 24-Eimer & Amend, sundries................ 27517 5.33
Sept. 24-The New Republic, subscription.......... 27521 5.00
Sept. 26-J. W. Collins, sundries.................. 27519 1.60
Sept. 28-Teachers College-Columbia University,
service ................................. 24115 1.25
Oct. 3-V. Hilyer, service ...................... 27511 75.00
Oct. 18- R. Frazier. service ..................... 30923 24.00
Oct. 18-HIll's Book Store, sundries ............. 30933 2.30
Oct. 18-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 30925 125.00
Oct. 18-Jacob Baldwin, service ................. 30938 40.00
Oct. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 30940 65.72
Oct. 18-John C. Jordan, Jr., service ............ 30930 40.00
Oct. 18-Samuel Lewis, service ................. 30937 40.00
Octt. 18-W. II. A. Howard, service ............. 30924 145.00
Oct. 18-IIomer Thomas, service ................ 30926 62.50
Oct. 18--I. F. Coleman, service ................. 30922 65.00
Oct. 20-II. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery......... 30932 28.34
Oct. 20-L. E. Davis, service .................... 30939 40.00
Oct. 20-City of Tallahassee, gas, etc. ............ 30936 7.15
Oct. 21- J. M. Gilbert, service ................... 30927 30.00
Oct. 21-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 30928 125.00
Oct. 24-Eugene Dietzgen Co., sundries .......... 30935 12.64
Oct. 26-S. Y. Gillan & Co., sundries............... 30934 18.71
Oct. 29- V. Hilyer, service ...................... 30929 75.00
Nov. 5-A. L. A. Publishing Board, subscription.. 30931 2.00
Nov. 19-E. E. Broughton, service ............... 34780 100.00
Nov. 19-Richard Frazier, service ................ 34785 24.00
Nov. 19-Grover Harden, service ................ 34787 50.00
Nov. 19-Jacob Baldwin, service ................ 34817 15.00
Nov. 19-Janncy DeVaughn, service .............. 34812 8.00
Nov. 19-L. E. Davis, service ................... 34818 15.00
Nov. 19-Cleve Benton, service .................. 34819 15.00
Nov. 19-Robert McQueen, service ............... '4809 4.00
Nov. 19-John C. Jordan, service ................ 34813 40.00
Nov. 19--Wheelock Bisson, service ............... 34811 12.00
Nov. 19-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 34840 24.12
Nov. 19-R. B. Collins, service ................ 34783 100.00












85

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Nov. 19-B. R Dent, service .................... 34797 70,86
Nov. 21-Grant Furniture Co., sundries .......... 34836 3.50
Nov. ?1-B. S. Bryant, service .................. 34795 20.00
Nov. 21-Leon Electrical Supply Co., sundries...... 34815 17.00
Nov. 21-A. S. Whitaker, service ................ 34808 85.00
Nov. 21-M. G. McCall, service .................. 384791 40.00
Nov. 21-R. A. Edmondson, service .............. 34784 85.00
Nov. 21-Levi Alexander, service ................ 34779 100.00
Nov. 21-E. P. Jones, service .................... 34802 30.00
Nov. 21-E. 0. Paige, service ................... 34806 65.57
Nov. 21-L. M. Cropper, service .................. 34796 50.00
Nov. 21-S. A. Jenkins, service .................. 34801 75.00
Nov. 21-B. L. Waits, service ................... 34794 115.00
Nov. 21-H. J. Smith, service ................... 34807 85.00
Nov. 21-G. M. Green, service ................... 34786 60.00
Nov. 21-T. S. Johnson, service .................. 34789 50.00
Nov. 21-City of Tallahassee, water, etc. .......... 34814 88.12
Nov. 21-J. D. Bryant, service .................. 34781 90.00
Nov. 22-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 34799 96.43
Nov. 22-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid ............... 34835 11.50
Nov. 22-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 34792 36.00
Nov. 22-H. R. Kaufman, service ................ 34816 13.75
Nov. 22-T. B. Byrd & Son, groceries............. 34832 12.55
Nov. 22-E. B. Jones, service ................... 34700 115.00
Nov. 22-Homer Thomas, service ................ 34793 62.50
Nov. 22-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. 34788 62.83
Nov. 22-F. A. Kennedy, service ................. 34803 35.00
Nov. 22-H. F. Coleman, service ................. 34782 65.00
Nov. 22-C. B. Moon, service .................... 34805 80.00
Nov. 22-Capital City Grocery Co., service........ 34828 7.00
Nov. 22-L. Latimer, service .................... 34804 51.43
Nov. 23-General Electric Co., sundries ........... 34826 12.60
Nov. 23-Johnson-Curtis Co., sundries ............ 34827 8.98
Nov. 23-S. P. Richards Co., stationery........... 84821 55.42
Nov. 23-J. M. Gilbert, service ................... 34798 30.00
Nov. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 34831 6.14
Nov. 23-S. B. Hubbard Co., sundries ............ 34824 33.03
Nov. 23-V. Hilyer, service ..................... 34800 75.00
Nov. 23-Yacger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware... 34825 27.05
Nov. 25-Miller-Lenfestey Supply Co., sundries ...... 34838 11.10
Nov. 25-Eugene-Dietzgen Co., sundries............ 34823 52.52
Nov. 26-Sibger Sewing Machine Co., sundries ...... 34830 1.o0
Nov. 26a-George B. Williams, service.............. 34810 25.00
Nov. 28-L. E. Knott Apparatus Co., apparatus..... 34839 15.86
Nov. 28-Addressograph Co., sundries. ............. 34834 77.66
Nov. 28-Sears, Roebuck & Co., sundries........... 34820 52.02
Nov. 28-Dodd, Mead & Co., book.................. 34837 5.85
Nov. 30-Armstrong Bros. Tool Co., sundries ....... 34829 1.65
Dec. 12-Richard G. Badger, book................. 34833 5.17
Dec. 19-Richard Frazier, service.................. 38214 24.00
Dec. 19-James Messer, service................... 838267 4.25
Dec. 19-C. E. Broughton, service................. 38209 100.00
Dec: 19-Grover Harden, service................... 38216 50.00
Dec. 19-G. M. Green, service .................... 38215 60.00













86

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 19-S. A. Jenkins, service .................... 38230 75.00
Dec. 19-C. B. Moon, service. ...................... 38234 80.00
Dec. 19-T. S. Johnson, service.................... 38215 *50.00
Dec. 19-Levi Alexander, Jr., service................ 38208 100.00
Dec. 19-H. J. Smith, service...................... 38236 85.00
Dec. 19-M. G. McCall, service..................... 38220 40.00
Dec. 19-R. A. Edmondson, service................. 38213 85.00
Dec. 19-Clem Benton, service .................... 38245 15.00
Dec. 19-L. E. Davis, service....................... 38243 15.00
Dec. 19-James DeVaughn, service.................. 38247 8.00
Dec. 19-Jacob Baldwin, service .................. 38246 15.00
Dec. 19-Dewey Clements, service.................. 38244 15.00
Dec. 19-John Jordan, Jr., service................. 38242 40.00
Dec. 19-Robert McQueen, service.................. 38239 4.00
Dec. 19-R. B. Collins, service..................... 38212 100.00
Dec. 19-A. W. Williams, service................. 38241, 50.00
Dec. 19-B. R. Dent, service....................... 38226 70.86
Dec. 20-B. S. Bryant, service..................... 38224 20.00
Dec. 20-B. 1M. Hawkins, service .................. 38228 96.43
Dec. 20-B. hM. Iawkins, sundries ................ 38238 3.10
Dec. 20"-P. W. Wilson & Co., sundries ............. 38274 23.05
Dec. 20-Logan Coal & Supply Co., coal............ 38253 14.00
Dec. 20-George Williams, service.................. 38240 25.00
Dec. 20-F. A. Kennedy, service.................... 38232 35.00
Dec. 20-L. M. Cropper, service.................... 38225 50.00
Dec. 20-A. S. Whitaker, service.................... 38237 85.00
Dec. 20-Chas. Williams, hardware ............... 38251 45.74
Dec. 20-E. P. Jones, service...................... 38231 30.00
Dec. 20-E. B. Jones, service ...................... 38219 115.00
Dec. 20-B. L. Waits, service ..................... 38223 115.00
Dec. 20-Homer Thomas, service................... 38222 62.50
Dec. -'0-N. B. Young, bills paid................... 38275 6.07
Dec. 20-II. F. Coleman, service ................... 38211 65.00
Dec. 21-Chemical Publishing Co., book............ 24113 1.94
Dec. l1-L. Latimer, service. ..................... 38233 51.43
Dec. 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries.......... 38254 2.40
Dec. 21-W. H. A. Howard, service................ 38217 62.83
Dec. 22-Yaeger-Rhodes Hardware Co., hardware.... 38266 28.92
Dec. 22-C. E. Atkins & Co., hardware. ............. 38263 8.56
Dec. -2-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline ............... 38252 4.71
Dec. 22-Eugene Dietzgen Co., sundries ............ 38269 15.62
Dec. 22-Woodward, Wight & Co., sundries......... 38270 2.67
Dec. 22-E. O. Paige, service ..................... 38235 65.57
Dec. 22-H. N. Bohler, sundries.................... 38272 1.75
Dec. 23-V. Hilyer, service ....................... 38229 75.00
Dec. 23-Southern Biological Supply Co., sundries... 38258 12.38
Dec. 24-J. B. Lippincott Co., book................. 38248 2.14
Dec. 24-T. B. Byrd & Son, groceries.............. 38255 51.90
Dec. 24-J. D. Bryan, service...................... 38210 90.00
Dec. 24-A. L. Mebane, service.................... 38221 36.00
Dec. 24-City of Tallahassee, water, gas, etc...... 38264 147.48
Dec. 27-Houghton-Mifflin Co., book............... 38256 2.86
Dec. 27-The Lakeside Pub. Co., subscription....... 38268 3.00

















Paid. In favor of. .

Dec. 27-Boston Cooking School Magazine Co., sub-


Dec. 29-
Dec. 29-
Dec. 29-
Dec. 29-
Dec. 29-
Dec. 29-
Dec. 29-
Dec. 30-


Varrant. Amount.


scription .............................. 38259 1.50
N. W. Henley Publishing Co., sundries.... 38257 1.09
Detmer Woolen Co., sundries............ 38265 27.03
MacMillan Co., book ................... 38249 3.21
Armstrong Bros., sundries .............. 38271 3.64
Scientific Monthly, subscription ......... 38273 5.00
American Electrical Heater Co., sundries.. 38260 14.06
Bruce Publishing Co., subscription ........ 38262 2.50
-H. W. Wilson Co., subscription.......... 38261 9.10

Total disbursements during year................... $25,198.31


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES-INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from College. .........................$ 5,496.33
Balance in fund January 1, 1921...................... 17.05

$ 5,513.38
Disbursements during year .............................. 5,500.31

Balance In fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ 7.07

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.


Paid

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.


i. In favor of.

4-Mrs. B. F. Mays, rent...................
18-Robt. M. Scott, service. ..................
18-Wallace Andrews, service ...............
18-James Williams, service..................
18-Henry Smith, service. ...................
18-Fred Gray, service. ................... ..
18-Joseph Farior, service. ..................
18-John Winston, service ...................
18-Henry Burnett, service..................
18--Oswald Roulac, service ..................
18-St. Clair Evans, service..................
18-Thornton Everett, service................
18-Clarence Tyson, service .................
18-Jas. McHardy, service...................
20-Hill's Book Store, envelopes .............
20-Hill's Book Store, sundries...............
20-Clark Jewelry & Book Store, sundries......
20-Hick's Drug Store, sundries ............
21- T. S. Johnson, service...................
21-0. C. Van Brunt, sundries................
22-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent....................
24-Standard Oil Co., tank........ ..........
1- F. H. Cardoza, rent.....................
25-N. B. Young, bills paid. .......... .........


Warrant.
37071
1223
1224
1225
1226
1227
1228
1229
1230
1231
1232
1233
1234
1222
1239
1240
1238
1235
1241
1236
1243
1237
1242
5262


Amount.
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
6.00
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
16.80
1.80
1.80
5.00
2.00
1.45
3.50
14.80
5.25
5.20
10.00
10.00
18.00
20.25
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Feb. 25--A. Mordecal, service..................... 5280 28.00
Feb. 25-Eugene Bradford, service ................ 5264 8.15
Feb. 25-Henry Mitchell, service................... 5265 17.20
Feb. 25-Theo Finlayson, service ................. 5266 12.00
Feb. 25-Ben Mitchell, service..................... 5267 30.00
Feb. 25-Quinton Adderly, service.................. 5268 25.80
Feb. 25--Alfonson Blake, service.................. 5269 8.97
Feb. 25-Daniel Rolf, service................... .... 5270 20.00
Feb. 25-Samuel Lewis, service.................... 5271 45.00
Feb. 25-Clem Benton, service..................... 5272 30.00
Feb. 25-Theodore Espy, service ................... 5273 16.00
Feb. 25-Henry Burnett, service................... 5274 20.00
Feb. 25-Geo. Starkes, service..................... 5275 20.00
Feb. 25-James Hamilton, service.................. 5276 8.00
Feb. 25-Henry Smith, service..................... 5281 11.05
Mar. 1-E. F. Mays, rent......................... 5279 10.00
Mar. 5-R. R. Crocker, service................... 5278 32.50
Mar. 5-F. H. Cardoza, rent..................... 5277 12.00
Mar. 7-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries............. 5263 110.61
Mar. 22-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 7606 46.00
Mar. 22-B. M. Hawkins, service .................. 7615 28.75
Mar. 22-W. I. A. Howard, service................. 7607 82.50
Mar. 22-E. O. Paige, service...................... 7611 10.00
Mar. 22-T. S. Johnson, service.................... 7608 50.00
Mar. 22-R. G. Bruce, service.................... 7604 75.00
Mar. 22-Grover Harden, service .................. 7605 50.00
Mar. 23-N. B. Young, bills paid .................. 7612 55.25
Mar. 23-Daniel Johnson, service .................. 7617 12.00
Mar. 23-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ................... 7618 10.00
Mar. 25-A. L. Mebane, service.................... 7609 15.00
Mar. 25-C .B. Moon, service...................... 7610 10.00
Mar. 29-A. Mordecai, service..................... 7620 14.00
Mar. 29-F. II. Cardoza, rent..................... 7619 12.00
Apr. 1-The Crisis, advertising.............. .... 7616 8.00
Apr. 4-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries............. 7614 180.69
Apr. 4-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries............. 7613 47.25
Apr. 18-Grover Harden, service ................. 10725 50.00
Apr. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid................. 10737 86.93
Apr. 18-Eugene Bassett, service ................ 10735 6.50
Apr. 18-R. G. Bruce, service ................... 10724 75.00
Apr. 19-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 10726 46.00
Apr. 19-E. O. Paige, service.................... 10731 10.00
Apr. 19-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent .................. 10732 10.00
Apr. 19-C. B. Moon, service .................... 10730 10.00
Apr. 19-T. S. Johnson, service ................. 10728 50.00
Apr. 20-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 10729 15.00
Apr. 20-W. II. A. Howard, service............... 10727 82.50
Apr. 22-F. H. Cardoza, rent ................... 10733 12.00
Apr. 22-Evans Seed Co., seeds ................. 10734 23.15
Apr. 27-R. I. LeBlond Machine Tool Co., sundries. 10736 46.90
May 17-A. F. Edmondson, service ............... 14679 50.00
May 17-B. M. Hawkins, service ................. 14672 57.50
May 17-Southern Telephone & Construction Co.,
phone ................................ 14690 16.75
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
May 17-N. B. Young, service .................. 14685 116.67
May 17-J. F, Matthews, service ................ 14678 100.00
May 17-R. G. Bruce, service .................... 14670 75,00
May 17-Mrs. E. P. Jones, service ................ 14681 25.00
May 18-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. 1467a 82.50
May 18-Aaron Levy, chairs .................... 14689 23.90
May 18-Lewis State Bank, for T. J. Appleyard, sun,
dries ................................. 14699 4.75
May 18-Leon Electrical Supply Co., sundries...... 14700 5.65
May 18-Leon Electrical Supply Co., sundries..... 14697 3.40
May 18-A. L. Mebane, service ................... 14675 25.00
May 18-J. G. Lumpkin, service .........,....... 14683 40.00
May 18-N. B. Young, bills paid.................. 14687 124.59
May 19-Mrs, L. Lincoln, service ................ 14871 7.80
May 19-J. M. Gilbert, service ................... 14680 30.00
May 20-Hill's Book Store, supplies ............. 14691 2.35
May 20-Chas. Williams, hardware .............. 14702 16.34
May 20-C. B. Moon, service .................... 14676 25.00
May 20-A. Mordecai, service ................... 14686 40.00
May 20-D. Johnson, service .................... 14692 37.50
May 20-T. S. Johnson, service ..... ............. 14674 50.00
May 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 14698 7.67
May 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries........... 24695 2.58
May 21-Grover Harden, service ................. 14671 50.00
May 23-Pichard Bros., lumber .................. 14688 87.46
May 23-J. W. Williams, service ................. 14704 25.00
May 24-H. R. Kaufman, sundries .............. 14693 1.15
May 27-E. O. Paige, service ................... 14677 25.00
May 27-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent ................. 14696 10.00
May 27-F. A. Kennedy, service .................. 14682 30.00
May 27-Homer Thomas, service .................. 14684 57,50
May 27-'The Crisis, advertising .................. 14701 8.00
May 30-R. G, Bruce, expense ................... 15318 33.66
May 30-Hanson Mfg. Co., repairs ............... 14703 14.00
June 13-Grover Harden, service ................ 17200 50.00
June 12-F. H. Cardoza, rent ................... 14694 12.00
June 14-B. M. Hawkins, service ................ 17199 57.50
June 14-A. L. Mebane, service ................. 17203 25,00
June 14-W. H. A. Howard, service .............. 17202 82.50
June 14-C. B. Moon, service ................... 17205 25.00
June 15-T. S. Johnson, service .................. 17201 50.00
June 16-E. O. Paige, service ................. ... 17204 25.00
June 30-R. G. Bruce, service ................... 17198 75.00
July 20-J. G. Lumpkin, service ................... 21192 40.00
July 20-J. M. Gilbert, service....................... 21190 30.00
July 20-A. F. Edmondson, service................. 21189 50.00
July 20-N. B. Young, service ..................... 21193 116.67
July 20-Daniel Johnson, service.................. 21195 39.00
July 20-A. Mordecai, service.................... 21194 40.00
July 25-Southern Tel. and Constr. Co., phones..... 21196 16.75
July 26-Clark Jewelry & Book Store, cards........ 21197 2.94
July 26-T. A. Kennedy, service .................. 21191 30.00
Aug. 8-J. F. Matthews, service.................. 21188 100.00
Aug. 16-B. M. Hawkins, bills paid .............. 24141 9.63
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Aug. 16-B. M. Hawkins, service ........ ...... ;..24138 57.50
Aug. 16-N'. B. Young, bills paid.................. 24144 286.22
Aug. 18-W. H. A. Howard, service ............... 24139 82.50
Aug. 20-B. M. Hawkins, expense................. 24497 89.41
Aug. 27-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries ............ 24143 98.40
Aug. 27-Detmer Woolen Co., sundries............. 24142 114.30
Aug. 29-A. L. Mebane, service .................. 24140 25.00
Sept. 20-Frank Young, service .................. 27531 12.00
Sept. 20-T. S. Johnson, service .................. 27535 0.00
Sept. 20-Theo Espy, service....................... 27528 90.00
Sept. 20-N. B. Young, service.................... 27544 2.55
Sept. 21--II. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery......... 27540 25.21
Sept. 21-Wrigley Eng. & Electro Co., sundries...... 27539 9.10
Sept. 21-Hall-Martin Drug Co., sundries.......... 27541 1.25
Sept. 21-IIardee & Williams, service.............. 27542 15.30
Sept. 22-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent.................. 27533 20.00
Sept. 23-Evans Seed Co., seed.................... 27536 1.75
Sept. 23-Tallahassee Iron Works, sundries......... 27543 1.50
Sept. 26-Casey Sheldon Foster, sundries ........... 27530 1.32
Sept. 26-H. R. Sauls, sundries.................... 27538 37.75
Sept. 26-The Crisis, advertising ................. 27529 32.00
Sept. 26-Yaeger-Rhodes Hdw. Co., hardware ....... 27532 35.56
Sept. 20-J. W. Collins, sundries ................. 27537 4.86
Sept. 28-F. H. Cardoza, rent...................... 27534 24.00
Oct. 18-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 30921 17.31
Oct. 18-Theodore Espey, service ................ 30920 30.00
Oct. 20-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed .............. 30917 9.25
Oct. 20-Cogswell's Cash Store, sundries ......... 30918 5.09
Oct. 26-The Crisis (N. Y.), advertising....'..... 30919 8,00
Oct. 29-Mrs. E. F. Mays, rent .................. 30915 10.00
Nov. 2-F. H. Cardoza, rent .................... 30916 12.00
Nov. 19-Gladys Fields, service ................... 3477 5.50
Nov. 19-N. B. Young, bills paid ................ 34778 61.06
Nov. 22-0. I. Gramling & Co., feed ............. 34776 57.40
Nov. 26-Mrs.. F. Mays, rent ................. 34774 10.00
Dec. 5-F. H. Cardoza, rent ................... 34775 12.00
Dec. 19-James Burnett, rent ................... 38204 5.00
Dec. 19-N. B. Young, bills paid ................. 38207 42.65
Dec. 20-Hicks' Drug Store, seed ................ 38205 10.45
Dec. 29-A. S. Barnes & Co., books ............... 38206 93.75

Total disbursements during year ............... $ 5,506.31


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES-SLATER FUND

Receipts during year, Slater donation ......................$ 250.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 .................... 135.30

$ 385.30
'Disbursements during year .............................. 385.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ .30















DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 18-H. M. Scott, service .................. 1221 $ 60.00
Feb. 26-H. M. Scott, service ................... 5185 60.00
Apr. 18-H. M. Scott, service .................... 10787 120.00
May 17-H. M. Scott, service .................... 14598 60.00
June 15-H. M. Scott, service ................... 17197 60.00
July 26-H. M. Scott, service ................... 21761 25.00

Total disbursements during year .................5$ 385.00



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA INCIDENTAL FUND,

Receipts during year from University ..................... $ 16,179.40
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ..................... 4,881.31

$ 21,060.71
Disbursements during year ............... ............... 17,014.24

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................. $ 4,046.47


DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 7-W. G. Kline, salary..................... 36970 $ 225.00
Jan. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................. 1101 290.71
Jan. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 1100 83.50
Jan. 20-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed...... 1102 35.85
Jan. 22-Dairy & Farm Supply Co., supplies........ 1107 18.42
Jan. 22-R. B. Bush, feed. ....................... 1103 60.65
Jan. 22-H. S. Davis, salary....................... 1099 230.00
Jan. 22-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer............ 1106 60.56
Jan. 22-The Thomas Co., sundries................. 1104 41.80
Jan. 24-W. G. Kline, salary ....................... 1008 225.00
Jan. 24-Standard Crate Co., crates ................ 1105 6.25
Jan. 26- J. R. Fulk, salary....................... 1097 220.00
Feb. 28-H1. S. Davis, salary ...................... 4093 230.00
Feb. 28-W. G. Kline, salary ...................... 4992 225.00
Feb. 28-University Book Store, supplies........... 4999 11.16
Feb. 28-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................. 5000 212.43
Feb. 28-Thomas Co., sundries ................... 4995 5.70
Feb. 28-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................... 4996 75.60
Feb. 28-H. E. Taylor, premium.................... 4994 12.50
Feb. 28-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed...... 4998 42.25
Mar. 2-J. R. Fulk, salary....................... 5991 220.00
Mar. 2-A. P. Vaughn, service ................... 4997 5.95
Mar. 23-J. R. Fulks, salary....................... 7348 220.00
Mar. 23-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................... 7354 101.50
Mar. 23-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 7351 178.88
Mar. 23-M. S. Cheves, sundries.................... 7355 13.50













92

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 23-Cumberland & Liberty Mills Co., feed...... 7357 35.75
Mar. 24-Thomas Hardware Co., hardware.......... 7360 7.85
Mar. 24-Florida Fertilizer Co., fertilizer............ 7353 94.06
Mar.. 24-University of Florida Book Store, books.... 7359 8.51
Mar. 24--H. S. Davis, salary ...................... 7350 230.00
Mar. 24-C. H. Coles & Son, service................ 7352 1.50
Mar. 24-W. G. Kline, salary....................... 7349 225.00
Mar. 25-B. C. Herman & Co., supplies............. 7358 4.14
Mar. 26-Seminole Seed Co., seed................... 7356 44.70
Apr. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid.................. 10571 146.80
Apr. 20-H .S. Davis, salary...................... 10563 230.00
Apr. 21-Fuelder & Allen Co., sundries............. 10567 1.00
Apr. 21-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed.................... 10565 126.90
Apr. 21-Thomas Hardware Co., hardware.......... 10566 32.67
Apr. 22-W. G. Kline, salary...................... 10562 225.00
Apr. 22-L. W. Bucholz, salary .................... 10564 230.00
Apr. 22-Benson & Son, service................... 10570 1.15
Apr. 25-Seminole Seed Co., seed...................... 10568 21.75
Apr. 25-J. R. Fulk, salary ....................... 10561 220.00
Apr. 25-Houghton-Mifflin Co., book............... 10569 2.20
May 18-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................ 14441 221.02
May 18-The White House, expense............... 14443 18.25
May 19-The Thomas Co., sundries................ 14444 4.35
May 19-Wilson Co., sundries...................... 14442 20.80
May 21--H. S. Davis, salary............:......... 14440 230.00
May 27-W. G. Kline, salary...................... 14439 225.00
June 4-J. R. Fulk, salary. ..................... 14438 220.00
June 14-Lever Ag. Ext. Fund, Federal Appro.,
refund ............................... 17086 120.08
June 16-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 17083 809.82
June 16-A. A. Murphree, expense................. 17094 23.62
June 16-The Thomas Co., seed.................... 17088 33.72
June 16-The White House, expense............... 17087 3.75
June 16-Miller's-Gainesville, Fla., sundries. ...... 17090 2.00
June 16-Pepper Printing Co., sundries............ 17085 3.65
June 17-Seminole Seed Co., seed................. 17093 2.00
June 17-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams........ 17002 5.46
June 17-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity... 17089 49.41
June 20-Ackerman, Wolf & Papp, seals........... 17091 3.75
June 20-J. R. Fulk, salary ..................... 17080 220.00
June 21-Maverick & Wissinger Co., bills paid..... 17084 187.50
June 23-H. S. Davis, salary ................... 17082 230.00
June 27-W. G. Kline, salary .................... 17081 225.00
July 23-M. D. Cody, salary ..................... 20990 100.00
July 23-Frazier Rogers, salary ................. 20997 180.00
July 25-Nora Norton, sundries ................. 21002 11.95
July 25-H. S. Davis, salary ...................... 30998 230.00
July 25-J. E. Turlington, salary ................ 20995 190.00
July 25-J. H. Moore, salary .................... 30998 220.00
July 25-J. H. Moore, salary .................... 20998 220.00
July 25-R. S. Cockreil, salary .................. 20996 260.00
July 27-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 21000 83.33
July 27-Mrs. K. D. Colson, salary ............... 21001 41.90
July 27-L. W. Bucholz, salary ................ 20994 230.00
















Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant


July 27-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 11004
July 29-W. G. Kline, salary .................... 20987
July 29-W. S. Perry, salary .................... 20989
July 30-Alex Bresth, salary .................... 20992
Aug. 1-Scientific Materials Co., chemicals........ 21003
Aug. 1-- DeWitt Brown, salary ............... 10999
Aug. 1-E. C. Heck, salary .................... 20993
Aug. 8-J. R. Fulks, salary .................... 20986
Aug. 18-A. J. Strong, salary .................. 20991
Aug. 17-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 24069
Aug. 18-Jos. J. Seykora, sundries ................ 24073
Aug. 18-Lumber Mfg. Co., sundries ............. 24070
Aug. 18-The Wilson Co., sundries ............... 24060
Aug. 18-Benson & Son, sundries ................ 24072
Aug. 18-J. W. Norman, bills paid ............... 24077
Aug. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 24056
Aug. 18-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams....... 24078
Aug. 19-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries...... 24064
'Aug. 19-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 24062
Aug. 19-Gainesville Electrical Supply Co., sundries. 24066
Aug. 19-Vidal Drug Co., sundries ............... 24068
Aug. 19-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 24075
Aug. 19-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 24076
Aug. 19-The Thomas Co., sundries ............. 24074
Aug. 20-Southern Theater Equipment Co., sundries. 24071
Aug. 20-G. E. Steehert & Co., books ............ 24061
Aug. 22-University of Chicago Press, books ...... 24057
Aug. 23-Library Bureau, sundries ............. 24065
Aug. 24-Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co., sun-
dries ................................. 24067
Aug. 25-Central Scientific Co., sundries .......... 24068
Aug. 26-A. W. Shaw Co., subscription............ 24063
Aug. 29-L. M. Bristol, bills paid .............. 24059
Sept. 19-C. W. Zaring & Co., sundries ........... 27437
Sept. 20-Florida Serum Co., sundries ........... 27439
Sept. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid............... 27429
Sept. 21-J. M. Chapman,. expense ............... 27433
Sept. 22-Anthony Bros., sundries .............. 27436
Sept. 22-The White House, sundries ........... 27434
Sept. 22-Municipal Light Plant, water .......... 27432
Sept. 24-Cora Miltimore, bills paid ............. 27430
Sept. 26-C. D. Gunn, sundries .................. 27440
Sept. 26-Brown Bros. Co., sundries ............. 27438
Sept. 28-Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., sun-
dries ........................ .......... 27435
Sept. 28-A. M. Bogle, sundries ................. 27431
Sept. 20-J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., sundries........ 17441
Oct. 20-R. G. Manchester, salary ................ 30965
Oct. 21-Harris, Jones & Cadbury Co., sundries.... 30979
Oct. 21-Mrs. C. F. Merritt, service .............. 30980
Oct. 21-J. J. Seylora, sundries ................. 30976
Oct. 21-W. G. Kline, salary .................... 30963
Oct. 21-A. W. Sweet, salary ................... 30964
Oct. 22-Cable Piano Co., service ............... 30974


.Amount.
697.36
225.00
180.00
170.00
4.30
170.00
180.00
220.00
210.00
39.17
12.50
20.75
5.60
17.90
14.87
203.63
116.95
7.00
38.54
2.00
2.75
24.75
13.40
31.71
7.10
6.66
1.94
7.05

35.24
2.01
8.06
12.39
10.80
6.78
93.47
25.00
4.63
5.00
15.06
100.00
5.10
2.20

4.07
12.00
18.10
300.00
6.56
30.00
5.50
270.00
350.00
6.06















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Oct. 22-The Wilson Co., sundries ............... 30975 3.00
Oct. 22-J. F. Williams, salary .................. 30966 17.91
Oct. 22- J. F. Seagle, desk ...................... 30972 18.00
Oct. 24-A. H. Thomas Co., apparatus ............ 30969 180.89
Oct. 24-C. W. Boyd, salary ..................... 30968 17.91
Oct. 24-T. S. Ferguson, salary .................. 30967 17.91
Oct. 25-Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co., apparatus.. 30970 74.00
Oct. 25-B. C. Herman & Co., sundries............. 30978 38.70
Oct. 26-C. G. Conn, service ..................... 30973 125.13
Oct. 26-William Capper & Nephews, Inc., sundries. 30977 7.30
Oct. 26-Edw. A. Bechtel, Secretary, dues........ 27442 15.00
Oct. 27-J. R. Fulk, salary ..................... 30962 340.00
Oct. 28-Ross-Gould, sundries ................... 30971 5.26
Nov. 23-J. F. Williams, salary ................. 34652 17.91
Nov. 25-J. R. Fulk, salary ..................... 34648 340.00
Nov. 25-R. L. Hamon, salary ................... 34658 25.00
Nov. 25-W. G. Kline, salary .................... 34649 310.00
Nov. 25-R. G. Manchester, salary ............... 34651 300.00
Nov. 28-A. W. Sweet, salary .................. 34650 350.00
Nov. 28-C. W. Boyd, salary .................... 34654 17.91
Nov. 28-D. E. Williams, salary ................ 34656 25.00
Dec. 1-G. B. Simmons, salary....'............... 34657 25.00
Dec. 3-R. C. Lohmeyer, salary ................. 34655 25.00
Dec. 5-T. S. Ferguson, salary ................. 34653 17.91
Dec. 19-R. G. Manchester, salary ................ 37856 300.00
Dec. 19-A. W. Sweet, salary ................... 37855 350.00
Dec. 19-R. C. Lohmeyer, salary ................ 37858 25.00
Dec. 21-Lucas Theater Supply Co., sundries ...... 37866 4.08
Dec. 21-W. G. Kline, salary .................... 37857 290.00
Dec. 21-J. R. Fulk, salary ..................... 37854 340.00
Dec. 21-The Wilson Co., sundries ............... 37869 6.70
Dec. 22-Mrs. H. Letter, salary ................. 37859 25.00
Dec. 22-J. Nolan Blake, service ................. 37867 3.99
Dec. 23-S. H. Wienges, sundries ................ 38396 12.50

Total disbursements during year.................$ 17,014.24




EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from station ........................$ 6,413.90
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ..................... 14.58

$ 6,428.48
Disbursements during year ................................ 6,310.27

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 .................... $ 118.21

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................. 1086 154.11
Jan. 20-Baker & Holmes Co., feed................. 1077 112.50

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 22-Sweet Water Mills, feed... ...... ...... 1078 52.50
Jan. 22-F. R. IIartsfield Co., feed ................. 1083 80.00
Jan. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid. ................... 1085 7.14
Jan. 22-Stinson-Sharman Co., feed............... 1079 126.20
Jan. 24-Miller-Jackson Supply Co., sundries ........ 1084 4.56
Jan. 24-S. II. Weinges, sundries ................. 1081 13.50
Jan. 24-Vidal Drug Company, sundries ............ 1080 10.15
Jan. 29-Farmers Feed & Milling Co., feed .......... 1082 45.00
Feb. 28-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................. 5050 31.66
Feb. 28-R. Newhall, bills paid..................... 5051 20.56
Feb. 28-Stinson-Sharman Co., feed ................ 5056 143.00
Feb. 28-L. T. Roux, feed ........................ 5052 100.00
Feb. 28-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed. ................... 5054 279.10
Feb. 28-F. R. Hartsfield Co., feed ................ 5053 30.00
Mar. 2-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................. 5057 86.50
Mar. 3-J. C. DeBevoise, sundries................. 5058 60.00
Mar. 9-Farmers Feed & Milling Co., feed ......... 5055 65.50
Mar. 23-- II. Graham, bills paid ................ 7423 106.27
Mar. 24-Miller-Jackson Supply Co., sundries....... 7428 8.51
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid. .................. 7424 7.72
Mar. 24-J. M. Scott, expense .................... 7431 97.71
Mar. 24-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................... 7426 158.00
Mar. 24-Farmers Feed & Milling Co., feed......... 7425 40.00
Mar. 24-Diamond Ice Co., ice. .................... 7429 10.00
Mar. 4--Sweet Water Mills, feed .................. 7430 280.70
Mar. 24-Stinson-Sharman Co., feed ............... 7427 52.75
Apr. 20-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................ 10641 6.00
Apr. 20-Gaker & IIolmes Co., feed ............... 10650 131.00
Apr. 20-Atlantic Grocery Co., feed............... 10649 58.00
Apr. 21-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed. .................. 10644 57.75
Apr. 21-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 10612 12.26
Apr. 22-Diamond Ice Co., ice ................... 10645 5.00
Apr. 22-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity ..... 10646 3.57
Apr. 22-Baird Hardware Co., hardware............ 10643 5.60
Apr. 22-Benson & Sons, service ................. 10648 .4.85
Apr. 22-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................. 10647 89.50
May 19-R. Newhall, bills paid. ................... 14507 10.63
May 20-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................. 14594 57.15
May 20-Diamond Ice Co., ice book .............. 14595 10.00
May 20-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 14596 110.50
May 21-Pepper Printing Co., cards................. 14593 8.00
June 16-Stinson-Sharman Co., feed............... 16978 23.40
June 16-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed.................... 16983 106.75
June 16-R. Newhall, bills paid.................... 16985 10.25
June 16-Central Grocery Co., feed ................ 16975 122.30
June 16-Benson & Son, service .................. 16981 4.00
June 16-Diamond Ice Co., ice ................... 16980 10.00
June 16-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................. 16982 76.00
June 17-Baird Hardware Co., hardware ........... 16977 15.27
June 17-Seminole Seed Co., seed................. 16976 1.50
June 17-Batey-Fleming Co., feed ................ 16984 58.00
June 20-Empire Cotton Oil Co., feed. ............ 16974 33.75
June 20-Loughmans, Green & Co., book........... 16979 3.17
July 23-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 21070 20.69















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 25-The Thomas Co., rope ................. 21072 2.80
July 25-Vidal Drug Co., sundries ............... 21076 1.85
July 25-Sweet Water Mills, feed ............... 21071 103.50
July 25-Central Grocery Co., sundries ........... 21078 3.75
July 25-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams....... 21082 1.28
July 25-Miller-Jackson Supply Co., apparatus..... 21079 7.84
July 25-Lewls-Chitty Co., feed ................... 21068 55.80
July 25-Fielder & Allen Co., twine .............. 21077 8.98
July 27-Diamond Ice Co., ice ................... 21081 15.00
July 27-K. H. Graham, bills paid................. 21069 65.25
July 28-D. Van Nostrand Co., books............. 21080 4.41
July 29-Baird Hardware Co., hardware........... 21073 1.35
July 29-Seminole Seed Co., sundries.............. 21075 2.00
Aug. 2-Hoard's Dairyman, book ................ 21074 2.50
Aug. 17-E. A. Martin Seed Co., seed............. 24047 27.OC
Aug. 17-S. B. Hubbard Co., sundries ............. 24042 4.37
Aug. 18-Batey-Fleming Co., feed ................ 24043 155.56
Aug. 18-Benson & Son, sundries ................. 24044 1.50
Aug. 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid................ 24051 129.35
Aug. 18-Central Grocery Co., feed ............... 24049 42.00
Aug. 18-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................. 24046 80.00
Aug. 18-Stinson-Sharman Co., feed ............. 24045 23.50
Aug. 19-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 24048 7.40
Aug. 22-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry....... 24050 2.25
Sept. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 27428 97.75
Sept. 21-Batey-Fleming Co., sundries ............ 27425 72.00
Sept. 21-S. B. Hubbard Co., sundries............. 27420 4.07
Sept. 22-Baird Hardware Co., hardware.......... 27424 7.00
Sept. 22-Ayer & McKinney, feed ................ 27422 20.00
Sept. 23-J. L. Kelly, Jr., seed .................. 27426 12.00
Sept. 23-Sweet Water Mills, feed ............... 27419 187.00
Sept. 24-Millwood Guernsey Farm, stock ........ 27421 400.00
Sept. 26-Western Mfg. & Supply Co., sundries.... 27423 20.51
Oct. 7-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 27427 1.65
Oct. 20-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 30855 23.06
Oct. 20-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 30854 4.80
Oct. 21-Lewls-Chitty Co., feed .................. 30851 139.00
Oct. 21-Central Grocery Co., feed ............... 30849 75.00
Oct. 21-Batey-Fleming Co., feed ................. 30852 83.00
Oct. 21-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 30853 98.90
Oct. 21-G. M. Davis & Son, sundries ............ 30848 24.80
Oct. 24-S. B. Kesler, feed ..................... 3084'1 30.00
Nov. 2-Moore-Hodge Seed Co., seed ............ 30850 4.35
Nov. 25-Benson & Son, sundries ................. 34645 22.90
Nov. 25-Baird Hardware Co., hardware .......... 34643 26.38
Nov. 25-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 34647 46.99
Nov. 25-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 34646 5.18
Nov. 25-Batey-Fleming Co., feed ................ 34637 132.00
Nov. 25-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., lumber.. 34640 11.05
Nov. 25-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed .................. 34636 73.00
Nov. 28-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 34638 9.85
Nov. 28-Sweet Water Mills, feed ............... 34641 150.80
Nov. 28-Pepper Printing Co., sundries ............ 34644 5.00
Nov. 28-Wlliams Grain Co., feed ................ 34639 25.00














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Dec. 2-Wilder-Strong Implement Co., sundries.... 34642 3.63
Dec. 21-Seals & Webster, feed.................... 37942 21.67
Dec. 21-R. E. Callahan, bills paid................ 37937 36.05
Dec. 21-John M. Scott, bills paid................. 37938 65.00
Dec. 21-K. II. Graham, bills paid................. 37948 77.86
Dec. 21-0. D. LaGrove, service, etc............... 37940 20.50
Dec. 22-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries............. 37946 4.83
Dec. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid................... 37947 5.12
Dec. 22-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity.... 37944 3.71
Dec. 22-Sweet Water Mills, feed.................. 37939 183.00
Dec. 22-Seminole Seed Co., seed.................. 37941 83.75
Dec. 23-The Thomas Co., sundries................ 37943 1.50
Dec. 29-Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams......... 37945 2.81

Total disbursements during year .................... .$ 6,310.27

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from College ......................... $ 24,165.01
Balance in fund January 1, 1921 ........................... 18,904.12

$ 43,129.73
Disbursements during year ............................... 35,324.08

Balance in fund December 31, 1921 ................... $ 7:805.50

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1921.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 6-Edw. Conradi, bills paid................. 36747 118.16
Jan. 12-Gladys Mosely, salary................... 36815 70.00
Jan. 20-Ruth Woolman, salary................ ... 1096 130.36
Jan. 20-Emma S. Boyd, salary.................... 1091 120.00
Jan. 21-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary ............... 1095 80.00
Jan. 21-Pauline Stemler, salary................... 1094 90.00
Jan. 21-Gertrude Isidor, salary .................. 1089 150.00
Jan. 22-Helen E. Rhodes, salary.................. 1092 90.00
Jan. 25-Gladys Comforter, salary........... ....... 1090 100.00
Jan. 27-Ella S. Opperman, salary................. 1087 250.00
Jan. 27-Mabel Black, salary....................... 1088 120.00
Feb. 5-Gladys Mosely, salary.................... 1093 70.00
Feb. 24-Ella S. Opperman, salary................ 4979 250.00
Feb. 24-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary................ 4987 80.00
Feb. 24-Gertrude Isidor, salary................... 4981 150.00
Feb. 24-Ruth Woolman, salary................... 4988 136.36
Feb. 25-Mabel Black, salary...................... 4980 120.00
Feb. 25-Pauline Stemler, salary. ................... 4986 90.00
Feb. 26-Emma S. Boyd, salary ................... 4983 120.00
Feb. 28-Alma Nigro, salary...................... 4989 90.00
Mar. 1-Gladys Comforter, salary................ 4982 100.00
Mar. 2-Cable Piano Co., piano.................... 4990 475.00
Mar. 5--Gladys Mosely, salary.................... 4985 70.00

4-Treas.


















Mar. 5-Helen E. Rhodes, salary.......... ...... 4984 90.00
Mar. 21-Alma Nigro, salary....................... 7369' 90:00
Mar. 21-Ruth Woolman, salary..... ............. 7371 136.36
Mar. 21-0. C. Parker, building ................... 7686 274.47
Mar. 22-Pauline. Stemler, salary... .............. 7368 90.00
Mar. 22-Gladys Comforter, salary................ 7364 100.00
Mar. 22-Gertrude Isidor, salary .................. 7363 150.00
Mar. 23-Ella S. Opperman, salary....... ......... 7361 250.00
Mar. 24-Helen E. Rhodes, salary........... :...... 7366 90.00
Mar. 24-R. O. Eagle, service ..................... 7373 100.00
Mar. 24-R. O. Eagle, service .................... 7372 5.00
SMar. 24-Mabel Black, salary...................... 7362 120.00
Mar. 24-Gladys Mosely, salary.................... 7367 70.00
Mar. 24-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary .............. 7370 80.00
Mar. 24-Emma S. Boyd, salary................... 7365 120.00
Apr. 18-Alma Nigro, salary..................... 10558 90.00
Apr. 1S-Ruth Woolman, salary................... 10560 136.36
Apr. 18-Ella S. Opperman, salary................ 10550 250.00
Apr. 19-Pauline Stemler, salary................... 10557 90.00
Apr. 18-Gertrude Isidor, salary.................. 10552 150.00
Apr. 19-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary............... 10559 80.00
Apr. 25-Emma S. Boyd, salary .................. 10554 120.00
Apr. 27-Mabel Black, salary...................... 10551 120.00
Apr. 27-Gladys Comforter, salary................ 10553 100.00
Apr. 9--Gladys Mosely, salary................... 10556 70.00
Apr. 30-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ................. 10555 90.00
May 16-Ruth Woo:man, salary .................. 14437 136.36
May 18-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary ............... 14436 80.00
May 18-Ella S. Opperman, salary................ 14427 250.00
May -0-Pauline Stemler, salary.................. 14434 00.00
May 21-Alma Nigro, salary .................... 14435 90.00
May 24-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................. 14439 150.00
May 25-Mabel Black, salary..................... 14428 120.00
May 27-Emma S. Boyd, salary................... 14431 120.00
May 28-Helen E. Rhodes, salary................. 14432 90.00
June 1-Gladys Comforter, salary .............. 14430 100.00
June 6-Gladys Mosely, salary ................. 14433 70.00
June 11-Mary Hollingsworth, salary ............. 17040 170.00
June 11-Edw. Conradi, bills paid ............... 17071 614.39
June 11-J. G. Kellum, salary ................... 17051 166.66
June 11-Etta Burleson, salary .................. 17053 80.00
June 13-Jessie McNeill, salary ................. 17052 125.00
June 13-Rowena Longmire, salary .............. 17021 170.00
June 13-Josiah B. Game, salary ........... ..... 17015 250.00
June 13-Elmer R. Smith, salary ................ 17013 250.00
June 13-N. M. Salley, salary ................... 17014 270.00
June 14-Mrs. A. K. Clark, salary ................ 17055 125.00
Juno 14-Arthur Williams, salary ............... 17012 270,00
June 14-Edwine Odom, salary .................. 17048 '60.00
June 14-W. G. Dood, salary .................... 17016 270.00
June 14-Mrs. W. A. Papy, salary ............... 17054 90.00
June 14-Chas. Garrett, salary ................... 17057 50.00
June 14-Edw. Conradi, salary ................... 17010 416.66
June 14-E. V. Gage, salary ..................... 17017 240.00


Warrant. Amount.


Iaid.


In favor of.
















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
June 15-Fay F. Staples, salary ................... 17031 110.00
June 15-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary ............. 17069 80.00
June 15-College Book Store, sundries ............. 17072 6.20
June 15-Beatrice A. Beyer, salary ............... 17037 140.00
June 15-Raymond Bellamy, salary .............. 17020 240.00
June 16-Western Union Tel. Co., telegram ...... 17075 7.19
June 16-Emma S. Boyd, salary ................. 17064 120.00
June 16-Lewis State Bank, for T. J. Appleyard,
printing .............................. 17077 60.00
June 16-Lillian Page, salary ................... 17033 110.00
June 17-L. S. Barber, salary ................... 17025 220.00
June 17-Julius Steinfuher, salary ............... 17056 70.00
June 18-Standard Oil Co., kerosene ............ 17076 16.00
June 18-Olga Larson, salary ................... 17032 120.00
June 20-Katherine Montgomery, salary .......... 17039 110.00
June 20-Mabel Walker, salary .................. 17022 160.00
June 20-Inga Helseth, salary ................... 17027 160.00
June 20-Marjorie Leach, salary ................. 17034 160.00
June 20-Cora E. Gray, salary ................... 17050 230.00
June 20-Horatio Hughes, salary ................ 17018 240.00
June 20-T. J. LaRose, salary ................... 17050 125.00
June 20- Jules Elliott, salary ................... 17058 75.00
June 21-Hampton Cutter, sundries .............. 17079 9.00
June 21-Luella Richey, salary ................. 17020 130.00
June 22-Mgagaret White, salary ................ 17044 134.64
June 22-Marion Reed, salary ................... 17074 22.10
June 22-Maude Schwalmeyer, salary ............ 17026 160.00
June 23-Hazel Stevenson, salary ............... 17030 160.00
June 23-E. A. Hayden, salary ................. 17019 250.00
June 23-Mrs. E. A. Hayden, salary .............. 17049 30.00
June 23-Gretchen Smith, salary ................ 1704z 100.00
June 24-Lucile Grider, salary ................. 17046 90.00
June 25-Ruth Woolman, salary .................... 17070 136.36
June 25-Alvan Stewart, salary ................ 17014 250.00
June 25-Gertrude Isidor, salary ................ 17062 150.00
June 27-Ella S. Opperman, salary .............. 17060 250.00
June 27-Lucy Kimball, salary ................. 17023 155.00
June 28-Helen H. Jones, salary ................. 17045 75.00
June 28-American Rattan & Reed Mfg. Co., sun.. 17078 6440
June 28-Katherine Fisher, salary ............... 17047 150.00
June 28-Rosalie Szymanski, salary ............ 17036 120.00
June 30-Luther O. Draper Shade Co., shades..... 17073 85.49
July 1-Helen E. Rhodes, salary ............... 17065 90.00
July 1-W. F. Martin, salary .................. 18616 90.21
July 2-Dorothea Malchens, salary .............. 17028 120.00
July 2-Alma Nigro, salary .................... 17068 90.00
July 5-Georgia Baker, salary ................. 17035 110.00
July 6-Mrs. S. L. Cawthon, salary ............ 17041 133.33
July 8-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 17067 90.00
July 20- J. G. Kellum, salary ................... 2.0947 166.C6
July 20-Mrs. S. L. Cawthon, salary ............. 20937 133.33
July 20-Etta Burleson. salary .................. 20949 89.00
July 20-Edw. Conradi, salary ................... 0906 416.66
July 20-W. G. Dodd, salary .................... 20912 270.00













100

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 20-Raymond Bellamy, salary ............... 20916 240.00
July 20-J. B. Game, salary ..................... 20911 250.00
July 20-Cora E. Gray. salary ................... 20946 .230.00
July 20-Elmer R. Smith, salary ................. 20909 .250.00
July 20-Jessie McNeill, salary .................. 20948 125.00
July 20-Arthur Williams, salary ................ 20908 270.00
July 20-Rowena Longmire, salary .............. 20917 170.00
July 20-Mrs. A. K. Clark, salary................ 20951 125.00
July 20-Luella Richey, salary .................. 20925 130.00
July 21-Mabel Black, salary .................... 17061 120.00
July 21-N. M. Salley, salary .................... 20907 270.00
July 22- Jules Elliott, salary .................... 20933 75.00
July 23-Horatio Hughes, salary ................ 20914 240.00
July 23-Ruth Woolman, salary ................. 20964 136.36
July 23-L. S. Barber, salary .................... 20921 220.00
July 23-Lillian Page, salary .................... 20929 110.00
July 23-Marion Reed, salary .................... 20983 10.60
July 23-Marion Reed, service ................... 20982 9.80
July 23-College Book Store, stationery .......... 20984 8.91
July 23-Elizabeth C. Myers, salary .............. 20963 80.00
July 23-Edw. Conradi, bills paid ............... 20980 649.86
July 23-Mrs. W. A. Papy, salary ................ 20950 90.00
July 23-Myrtle S. Weldon, salary ............... 17038 110.00
July 25-0. C. Parker, lumber .................. 21638 125.85
July 23-Marjorie Leach, salary ............... 20930 160.00
July 26-Standard Oil Co., gasoline .............. 21758 18.30
July 26-T. J. LaRose, sundries ................. 20979 3.75
July 26-College Book Store, stationery ............ 21757 52.38
July 26-Chas. Williams, hardware .............. 20976 60.04
July 26-E. V. Gage, salary ..................... 20913 240.00
July 26-E. G. Chesley, Jr., furniture............. 20966 84.00
July 27-Gulf Refining Co., gasoline .............. 20981 17.98
July 27-Georgia Baker, salary ................. 20931 110.00
July 27-E. A. Hayden, salary ................... 20915 250.00
July 27-Edwine Odom, salary ................... 20944 60.00
July 28-Milton-Bradley Co., sundries ............ 20973 7.85
July 22-Hazel Stevenson, salary ................ 20926 160.00
July 28-Margaret White, salary ............... 20940 134.64
July 28-Clella M. Brickley, salary .............. 17024 150.00
July 2-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 20965 42.25
July 28-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 20978 1,038.84
July 28-Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriter.... 20977 83.03
July 29-Alabama Fuel & Iron Co., coal.......... 20968 430.15
July 29-Pauline Stemler, salary ................ 20961 90.00
July 30-Dorothea Malchens, salary .............. 20924 120.00
July 30-Graham Paper Co., paper .............. 20970 146.00
Aug. 1-Frederick Disinfectant Co., sundries ..... 21759 6.85
Aug. 1-Lucile Grider. salary .................. 20942 90.00
Aug. 1-Fay F. Staples, salary ................. 20927 110.00
Aug. 1-Rosalie Szymanski, salary ............. 20932 120.00
Aug. 1-Lucy Kimball, salary .................. 20919 155.00
Aug. 1-Pidcock'Coal & Iron Co., coal .......... 20967 136.50
Aug. 1-Julius Steinfuher, salary .............. 20952 46.67
Aug. 1-Helen II. Jones, salary ................ 20941 75.00