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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: Report of the state treasurer
Annual report of the state treasurer
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Language: English
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Creation Date: 1922
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report year for 18 -1924 ends Dec.31; for 1925/26- on June 30.
Numbering Peculiarities: Report for 1885 issued in 2 pts., Jan.1-Feb.18 and Feb.19-Dec.31. 1897 in 2 pts., Jan.1-June 9 and June 9- Dec.31. (Report from books of the treasurer.)
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    Letter of transmittal
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WISCONSIN TAX CoiwisSiOz


REPORT
OF THE

STATE TREASURER
OF THE

STATE of FLORIDA

For the Period Beginning January Ist, 1922, and
Ending December J1st, 1922



J. C. LUNING, Treasurer


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REPORT
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STATE TREASURER
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STATE of FLORIDA

For the Period Beginning January 1st, 1922, and
Ending December 31st, 1922



J. C. LUNING, Treasurer


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STATE TREASURERS

BENJAMIN BYRD,

WM. R. HAYWARD,

CHAS. 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.















STATE TREASURER'S REPORT

TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA

TREASURER'S OFFICE

Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 1, 1923.

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, 1922, end ending
December 31, 1922, both dates inclusive.
Included in this report will be found all statements re-
quired by law, with additional information that I hope
will be of interest to your Excellency, to the members
of the Legislature, and to the general public.
A statement showing the condition of each fund at the
beginning and at the end of the year, with the receipts
and disbursements during the year, and an abstract of the
receipts and disbursements of the General Revenue Fund,
is included in this report, and may be summarized, briefly
as follows:


General
Revenue Fund.
Balance in Funds Jan. 1, 1922........$ 202,731.06
Receipts during 1922 ....... 3,360,315.05
$3,563,046.11
Disbursements during 1922 .......... 3,292,810.85
Balance in Funds Dec. 31, 1922 ..... $ 270,235.26
Suspense Account, State Road De-
partment, Dec. 31, 1922............


Total of
All Funds.
$ 1,695,473.56
12,480,858.04
$14,176,331.60
11,913,041.88
$ 2,263,289.72
195,908.06


Total in hands of Treasurer Dec. 31, 1922..........$ 2,459,197.78

SThe item, "Suspense Account, State Road Department,"
represents money turned over to the Treasurer by the State











Road Department, and deposited by the Treasurer in banks
in Florida to his official account, but not treated as a
part of any particular fund or funds until the proper dis-
tribution has been made upon the certificate of the State
Road Department.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT RECEIPTS AND DIS-
BURSEMENTS FOR FOUR YEARS

Figures of a statistical nature are of greater value when
presented in comparison with similar figures of similar
periods of time, and I am, therefore, adding to this report
a comparative statement for the four years beginning Jan-
uary 1, 1919, and ending December 31, 1922, showing re-
spectively the receipts and disbursements of all funds for
each of these years, and an abstract of the receipts and dis-
bursements of the General Revenue Fund for the same
years. These statements immediately follow the text of
this Report.
The total receipts for these four years amount to $37,-
202,634.71; disbursements, $36,800,973.79. These figures
include transfers from one Fund to another.

MONTHLY STATEMENT 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 each fund 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 PUBLIC DEBT

The following amounts were paid for interest on the
public debt during the year:
Interest of bonds owned by State School Fund..$11,045.00
Interest of bonds owned by Agricultural Col-
lege (University of Florida) .............. 4,074.00
Interest of 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
statute, 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
S 1909. .................. 13,157.68
1910.................... 14,436.76
1911.................... 16,643.33
S 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
S 1922.................... 64,483.20


Total .......................................... 519,595.47

Prior to 1921, the above amounts, totalling to that time
$389,357.07, were all paid into General Revenue, as was
$27,276.66 collected prior to July 1, 1921, when the Act
providing for the creation of a Sinking Fund for the
Retirement of the Bonded Indebtedness of the State,
hereinafter referred to more extensively, went into effect.
This Sinking Fund was credited with the $38,478.54 col-
lected during the last six months of 1921, and with the
entire amount shown for 1922.
Interest on deposits of State funds is payable the first
day of each calendar quarter, upon the average daily bal-
ances of the previous quarter. Tax collections are nor-
mally the most active during the second quarter of each
year, and the interest payments in the following quarter
reflect this fact.
The following table shows the interest collections during
each quarter of 1922, and the amounts credited to the sev-
eral funds receiving same.














INTEREST ON DEPOSIT OF STATE FUNDS COLLECTED
DURING 1922

To What Funds Credited:
Florida State Bonds Sinking Fund .................... $64,483.20
Interest State School Fund........................... 1,285.85
Everglades Drainage Bonds Sinking Fund............. 932.36
Everglades Drainage Bonds Funds................... 1,785.61
Everglades Drainage Tax Fund...................... 300.00
United States Government (Smith-Hughes and Lever)
Funds ............................................ 712.22

Total .............................................$69,499.24

Periods in Which Collected:
Quarter ending March 31, 1922 .......................$13,154.27
Quarter ending June 30, 1922........................ 14,786.86
Quarter ending September 30, 1922................... 21,609.38
Quarter ending December 31, 1922.................... 19,948.73

Total ............................................. $69,499.24

SINKING FUND FOR THE RETIREMENT OF THE
BONDED DEBT

In my annual report for 1920 there appears the following:
"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 $50,000.0 a year. My first estimate
contemplated the retirement of the State's bonded indebtedness
in the course of eleven years, while the increase in the interest
income indicates that this period may be substantially reduced.
"As a matter of economy, I am satisfied that it would be far
better to apply this revenue for a few years to the extinguishment
of the public debt of the State than to continue merely crediting it
to General Revenue, without any specific purpose, especially as it
it not sufficient to justify any reduction in the State millage,
though in itself by no means an inconsiderable amount an-
nually."

It is with great pleasure that I am enabled to record the
passage of the Weaver-Edge Act (Chapter 8507, Laws of
Florida) by the Legislature of 1921, to carry out this rec-
ommendation, which had been strongly endorsed as well as
your Excellency's address to the Legislature upon the con-
vening of the regular session. It is in additional gratifi-













cation to note that the Act passed both houses of the Legis-
lature 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 cre-
ated, composed of the Governor, the Secretary of State, the
Attorney General, the State Treasurer and the State Su-
perintendent 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 indebted-
ness 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.

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 Com-
mission, 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 provided by
the Sinking Fund Act. This should be done within the
next six or seven years, and when it is accomplished,
the entire bonded debt of the State will have been wiped
out more than twenty years before maturity, without one












dollar's taxation for that purpose, $18,000.00 a year inter-
est charges now paid out of the General Revenue Fund will
be released for other purposes, and the Educational Funds
of the State will exchange the 3% refunding bonds for
securities bringing in not less than $15,000.00 a year addi-
tional interest earnings, for the aid of the common schools
of Florida and the Seminary Funds.
The saving of $18,000.00 a year interest for twenty
years by the early retirement of the bonded debt will mean
a saving of approximately $360,000.00 on this account dur-
ing that period, to the General Revenue Fund.
During the year 1922, receipts of the Florida Bonds
Sinking Fund amounted to $67,583.20, of which $3,100.00
was interest from bonds owned by the Fund and the re-
mainder, interest on deposit of State funds in the banks.
Disbursements amounted to $66,695.35, representing pur-
chase of bonds for the Fund during the year. The cash
balance at the beginning of the year was $824.09, and at
the close of the year, $1,711.94.
Total receipts of this Fund since its creation, July 1,
1921, have amounted to $106,061.74, and total disburse-
ments (investments in bonds of Florida counties, munici-
palities and school districts), have amounted to $104,-
349.80. At the present time the Fund is the owner of such
bonds of the par value of $107,500.00, purchased at prices
netting around 6 per cent, or more than $6,000.00 annually,
which will increase continually as the interest is re-invest-
ed, and as the other income of the Fund increases.
A detailed statement of the transactions of the Sinking
Fund, also a statement of the bonds owned by the Fund at
the close of the year, will be found elsewhere in this Re-
port.















INSURANCE DEPARTMENT


ADMISSIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
The following insurance companies were admitted to the State
of Florida during the year 1922:
FIRE
British General Insurance Co., Ltd., New York, N. Y.
Caledonian-American Insurance Co., New York, N. Y.
Employer's Fire Insurance Co., Boston, Mass.
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Stevens Point, Wis.
.London & Provincial Marine & General Ins. Co., Ltd., New
York, N. Y.
Massachusetts Fire & Marine Ins. Co., Boston, Mass.
National Security Fire Insurance Co., Omaha, Ned.
Patriotic Insurance Co. of America, New York, N. Y.
Safeguard Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Stuyvesant Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.

LIFE
Canada Life Assurance Company, Toronto, Canada.
Continental Life Insurance Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Federal Life Insurance Co., Chicago, Ill.
Morris Plan Insurance Society, New York, N. Y.
Northwestern National Life Ins. Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Eoutheastern Life Insurance Co., Greenville, S. C.

MISCELLANEOUS
Employers Mutual Insurance Co., New York, N. Y.
Indemnity Ins. Co. of North America, Philadelphia, Pa.
Masonic Accident Insurance Co., Springfield, Mass.
Phoenix Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
Southern Surety Company, Des Moines, Iowa.
Union & Planters Bank & Trust Co., Memphis, Tenn.

RECIPROCAL
Casualty Reciprocal Exchange, Kansas City, Mo.
Federal Automobile Insurance Association, Indianapolis, Ind.
Indemnity Exchange, Chicago, Ill.
Universal Underwriters, Chicago, Ill.
SICK & FUNERAL BENEFIT
Central Industrial Insurance Co., Tampa, Fla.
Citizens Industrial Insurance Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
FRATERNAL BENEFIT
Brotherhood of American Yeomen, Des Moines, Iowa.
National Fraternal Society of the Deaf, Chicago, Ill.


The following insurance companies withdrew during 1922:
LIFE
American Bankers Insurance Company, Chicago, Ill.















MISCELLANEOUS
Home Life & Accident Company, Fordyce, Ark.
SUMMARY
Fire companies admitted.... 10 Withdrawn........ 0
Life companies admitted.... 6 Withdrawn........ 1
Miscellaneous admitted ..... 6 Withdrawn........ 1
Reciprocal admitted ........ 4 Withdrawn........ 0
Sick Benefit admitted....... 2 Withdrawn........ 0
Fraternal Societies admitted. 2 Withdrawn........ 0

Total admitted ...........30 Withdrawn........ 2

INSURANCE TAXES

The following amounts of Insurance Taxes were collected
through this Department for the State during the year 1922:

Insurance Company License Taxes..........$ 48,600.00
Insurance Agents License Taxes............ 65,042.50
Insurance Companies Premium Tax-2% of
the gross premiums collected from policy-
holders in the State of Florida during the
year 1921 .............................. 384,551.66

$498,194.16

Fees for filing Annual Statements of Insur-
ance Companies, paid to State Treasurer
and turned into General Revenue Fund.... $ 2,925.00

Total receipts from Insurance all sources. .$501,119.16



LIST OF SECURITIES DEPOSITED WITH THE STATE
TREASURER BY INSURANCE COMPANIES
DECEMBER 31, 1922

Under Section 4339 (2792), Revised General Statutes.

By-
Aetna Casualty & Surety Company, Hartford,
Conn.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds (Second), 4%%
Registered, par value of ................$ 60,000.00
American Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
New York State, Registered 3% Bond, par
value ................................ 50,000.00
Fidelity & Deposit Company of Md., Baltimore,
Md.
State of Tennessee Registered Refunding
4% Bonds, par value of................. 50,000.00















Hartford Accident & Indemnity Co., Hartford,
Conn.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan Registered 414%
Bonds, par value of .................. 50,000.00
Indemnity Ins. Co. of North America, Philadel-
phia, Pa.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan Registered 440%
Bonds, par value of ................... 50,000.00
Maryland Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan Registered 4%%
Bonds, par value ..................... 50,000.00
Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co., Boston, Mass.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan 4:1% Coupon
Bonds, Interest due April and October,
par value ........................... 50,000.00
National Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
State of Tennessee 4%% Coupon Bonds, In-
terest due January and July, par value.. 50,000.00
Royal Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Second Liberty Loan Registered 414%
Bonds, par value of ................... 60,000.00
Southern Surety Company, Des Moines, Iowa.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan 41% Coupon Bonds,
Interest due April and October, par value
of .................................... 50,000.00
Standard Accident Insurance Co., Detroit, Mich.
U. S. Treasury 41%% Gold Bonds, Reg-
istered ................................ 50,000.00
Union Indemnity Company, New Orleans, La.
State of Louisiana 41/2% Registered Bonds.. 50,000.00
U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., Baltimore, Md.
State of Maryland 31/2% Coupon Bonds, In-
terest due February and August, par
value ................................ 50,000.00
$670,000.00

Under Section 4283, Revised General Statutes.
By-
Agricultural Insurance Company, Watertown,
N. Y.
State of New York 3% Registered Bond,
par value of ...............$10,000.00
City of St. Petersburg, Fla., 6% Coupon
Bonds, Interest due February and Au-
gust, par value ............$10,000.00 $ 20,000.00
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 20,000.00
First National Fire Ins. Co., Washington, D. C.
(Re-insured in 1915).
City of Lake City, Fla., 5% Coupon Bands,
Interest due September and March, par
value ................................ 3,000.00














In addition to the above collateral bonds there is
deposited with the State Treasurer, un-
der the provision of this Section, Surety
Bonds in approved Surety Companies in
the amount of $20,000.00 each, by 137
Fire Insurance Companies, aggregating 2,740,000.00

$2,783,000.00

Under Section 4303, Revised General Statutes.

By-
Carolina Life Insurance Company, Columbia, S.C.
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan 414% Coupon
Bonds, Interest due April and October,
par value .............................$ 5,000.00
Industrial Life & Health Ins. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
City of Atlanta, Ga., 4% Coupon Bonds, Inter-
est due January and July, par value..... 5,000.00
National Relief Assurance Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
U. S. Second Liberty Loan 41/4% Coupon
Bonds, Interest due May and November,
par value of .......................... 5,000.00
Southern Life & Health Ins Co., Birmingham, Ala.
City of Pensacola, Fla., 4/2% Coupon Bonds,
Interest due January and July, par value 5,000.00

$ 20,000.00

SUMMARY

Collateral Bonds .............................$ 733,000.00
Surety Bonds .............................. 2,740,000.00

Aggregate face value of all securities deposited
by Insurance Companies .................$3,473,000.00












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.

INSPECTION OF STATE PROPERTIES

The Treasurer is given authority to inspect all proper-
ties of the State insured in the State Fund, and to require
fire hazards to be remedied. Under these provisions of the
law, the Treasurer had special inspections made during
the year 1922 (in addition to his own periodical visits to
various institutions as a member of the Board of Commis-
sioners of State Institutions and of the State Board of
Education and Everglades Drainage Board) of the State
Capitol and the Florida State College for Women, at Talla-
hassee, the Florida Industrial School for Boys at Marianna,
the Florida Hospital for Insane at Chattahoochee, the
State Board of Health at Jacksonville, the Florida School
for the Deaf and Blind and the State Arsenal at St. Augus-
tine, the State Prison Farm at Raiford, the University of
Florida and the Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and
Feebleminded at Gainesville, and the Florida Industrial
School for Girls, at Ocala.
The original reports of the Inspector are on file in the
State Treasurer's office, and copies of all are also on file
with the Governor, in either case being available for the
information of the Legislature or any citizen interested,
and it is therefore deemed unnecessary to go at length in
this Report as to the findings and recommendations of the












Inspector, which, after approval by the State Treasurer,
have in every case been transmitted to the executive head
and to the Board in control of each institution affected.
The readiness with which the recommendations of the De-
partment have been acquiesced in by the various State
officials and Boards has been more than gratifying.
Recommendations have been made for the extension of
fire mains, etc., at the University of Florida, the Florida
State College for Women, and the Florida School for the
Deaf and Blind, which are considered essential for the
protection of these institutions, and for which special ap-
propriations may have to be ,asked of the Legislature of
1923 by said Institutions. The same is true, in lesser de-
gree, of the Agricultural and Mechanical College for Ne-
groes at Tallahassee, reference to which was made in my
preceding annual report. The latter institution is pecu-
liarly dependent upon its own facilities for preventing and
combating fire, by reason of its location and the character
of the majority of its buildings.
As a result of an inspection of the State Capitol by this
Department, a considerable portion of the old electric
wiring has been ordered replaced by modern installation,
thereby minimizing dangers of fire from this source. The
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions also adopted
a suggestion of their architect for the placing of fire lines
in the old part of the Capitol, as well as the new extension.
There are four of these lines (one in each wing) on each
floor and in the basement, and (at the suggestion of this
office) one in the attic. When the present work is com-
pleted, the State Capitol will be far better protected
against fire hazards than ever before.
A large number of fire extinguishers have been pur-
chased by the Board of Commissioners of State'Institutions
for the State Hospital for the Insane, and the purchase of
a portable chemical tank authorized. When this has been
installed, with the equipment already purchased, and the
splendid water supply of the institution, the fire hazard at
said Institution will have been materially lessened, thereby
rendering the unfortunate inmates committed to its care
reasonably safe from such danger.
A large supply of fire hose and chemical extinguishers
was purchased by the Superintendent of the Hospital for
Insane from the sale of Government surplus goods, for a
consideration almost nominal, and other institutions have
been supplied in part from these purchases.












CONTRACTS FOR STATE BUILDINGS
I am of the opinion that all contracts for State build-
ings of every nature should be let by the Board of Com-
missioners of State Institutions. Although members of
this Board, who are also members of other State Boards as
well, have certain duties in connection with practically all
such contracts, it would be better for the various building
programs to be co-ordinated under one central-controling
body. I am also of the opinion that every institution
should be provided with a continuing appropriation, to be
expended as necessary under the direction of the Board of
Commissioners of State Institutions, based upon the values
and rate of depreciation of their various buildings, to be
used solely for repairing and keeping such buildings in
first-class condition, without the necessity of submitting
new estimates at every session of the Legislature.
INSURANCE IN FORCE
Insurance in force in the State Fire Insurance Fund
.December 31, 1922, amounted to $4,182,293.00, as shown
in accompanying table, representing insurance on property
which could not be replaced for less than five million dol-
lars at the present time. This is an impressive figure, and
the total amount involved is sufficient to demand adequate
upkeep and protection from fire hazards. All new build-
ings should be constructed with special reference to pre-
vention of fire hazards, and this applies with greatest force
to dormitories and other buildings of human occupancy.
The annual insurance premiums amount to slightly less
than $40,000.00 a year, on either the ordinary three-years
or five-years plan, approximately 95 cents per hundred of
insurance, on an average, as compared with an average
rate of one dollar and fifty cents per hundred in years past,
when the insurance was carried with private companies.
The superior character of the more recent buildings ac-
counts in large part for the decrease in average rate, and it
can perhaps be still further reduced several thousand dol-
lars a year through the elimination of preventable hazards,
and improvement of fire prevention facilities.
FINANCIAL HISTORY OF STATE FIRE INSUR-
ANCE FUND
Since its creation in May, 1917, the State Fire Insurance
Fund has been the means of saving to the State more than












one hundred thousand dollars (over and above all ex-
penses, losses and unearned premium reserve) in fire in-
surance premiums which otherwise would have gone 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 $165,019.56,
with fire losses aggregating $35,106.71, and administrative
expenses of $8,100.58, leaving a gross profit to date of
$141,812.27. Deducting from this the unearned premium
reserve of $20,827.96, leaves a net profit of $100,984.31.
If we add to this net underwriting profit of $100,984.31
the $12,456.49 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 $3,300.38 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 $110,140.42
through the operations of the State Fire Insurance Fund
law in less than five years of its existence, approximately
$20,000.00 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 insurance com-
panies.
It will be observed that the ratio of fire losses incurred
since the creation of this fund ($35,106.71) to the total
premiums charged less cancellations and return premiums
($169,019.56), is less than 21 per cent, while the losses
incurred in Florida by insurance companies during the
last six 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 $8,100.58 (an average
of less than $1,500.00 a year), or 4.8 per cent of the pre-
miums written, and less than one-eighth the same propor-
tionate expense as that incurred by the private companies.
This comparison does not disparage the companies in any













way, but merely emphasizes the saving to the State in
overhead expense, in the use of an organization already
established, and the elimination of soliciting, advertising
and other expenses legitimate to and inseparable from
those of a private, competitive business. The State, in
carrying out its own insurance alone, is in no sense invad-
ing the field of private business, and its risks are suffi.
ciently scattered to make the venture reasonably safe and
secure, as our experience has demonstrated. The rates
charged the State by private companies in former years
necessarily carried the same heavy provision for procuring
the business as any other rates, and the State could not,
with any degree of propriety, have either asked or ac-
cepted better treatment in the matter of rates than was
accorded its private citizens in their dealings with the
same companies.

UNDERWRITING EXHIBIT
1917-1922

Premiums written prior to Jan. 1, 1922
(Net) ..............................$157,499.56
Cancellations (net) in 1922 on prior bus-
iness .............................. 2,156.78 $155,342.78


Gross Premiums written in 1922........$ 11,046.13
Less current cancellations ............... 1,369.35 9,676.78

Net premiums written since May 22, 1917 $165,019.56

UNEARNED PREMIUMS-RESERVE

One-sixth net premiums ($30,373.14) in
force, written in 1920, expiring in
1923 ...............................$ 5,062.19
One-fourth net premiums ($43,735.90) in
force, written in 1921, expiring in
1923 ............................... 10,933.98
One-half net premiums ($9,633.57) in
force, Written in 1922, expiring in
1923 ............................... 4,831.79

Deduct total unearned premiums, Dec. 31,
1922 ............................... 20,827.96


Net premiums earned since May 22, 1917.


$144,191.60















STATEMENT OF FIRE LOSSES

Losses incurred prior to Janu 1, 1922....$ 32,481.71
Losses incurred during 1922 ............ 2,625.00

Total losses incurred and paid since
May 22, 1917 .................. 35,106.71

Gross profit on premiums earned since
May 22, 1917 ...................... $109,084.89

EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION

Previously During
Reported 1922
Inspection of State properties $ 207.68 $ 39.45
Salaries clerks and inspectors. 4,984.55 *2,708.33
Office equipment and supplies. 155.57 5.00

Total administrative expenses $5,347.80 $ 2,752.78 8,100.58
Net premium earnings since creation of
Fund, after deducting all expenses
and losses, and unearned premium
reserve ............................ $100;984.31

ACCRUED INTEREST EARNINGS

Earned prior to 1922, previously reported $ 9,156.91
Interest earned during 1922............. 3,299.58 12,456.49

Total net premium earnings and accrued
interest, since creation of Fund.... $113,440.80

PREMIUM TAX

Deduct 2% premium tax on net premiums
written since May 22, 1917, ($165,-
019.56) lost to State:
Previously reported ............$ 3,149.98
On net premiums, 1922.......... 150.40 3,300.38

Net earnings of Fund since May 22, 1917 $110,140.42
*Including December, 1922.



INSURANCE IN FORCE DECEMBER 31, 1922, ON BUILDINGS
AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE SEVERAL
STATE INSTITUTIONS

Armory for State Troops, Apalachicola............$ 6,000.00
Armory for State Troops, Key West................ 8,000.00
Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes,
Tallahassee .................................. 204,976.00
Florida Industrial School for Boys, Marianna........ 115,538.00













Florida Industrial School for Girls, Ocala.......... 75,850.00
Florida School for Deaf and Blind, St. Augustine.... 343,949.00
Florida State College for Women, Tallahassee...... 908,125.00
Florida Hospital for Insane, Chattahoocee......... 804,837.00
The Governor's Mansion, Tallahassee .............. 25,200.00
State Arsenal, St. Augustine...................... 71,725.00
State Board of Health, (Headquarters, Jacksonville) 105,131.00
State Camp Grounds, Black Point .................. 8,000.00
The Capitol, Tallahassee ................. ...... 261,572.00
State Prison Farm, Raiford........................ 126,114.00
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................. 835,216.00
Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Dis-
trict, (Headquarters, Tallahassee) ............ *25,000.00
Florida Farm Colony for the Epileptic and Feeble-
minded, Gainesville .......................... 112,500.00
Sub-Experiment Station, Lake Alfred .............. 4,114.00
Tobacco Experiment Station, Quincy .............. 12,000.00
Total .............................. $4,182,293.00
*Insurance on Dredge "Culebra."


CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Cash receipts into the Fund during 1922 from premiums
amounted to $9,676.78, and disbursements amounted to
$6,377.78, of which $3,625.00 was on account of fire losses.
The cash balance at the beginning of the year was $13,-
724.91, and at the close of the year $17,023.91. A detailed
statement of such receipts and disbursements will be found
elsewhere in this Report.

PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Several bills affecting the Treasurer's office proper and
the Insurance Department were introduced at my request
during the 1921 legislative session. None received an ad-
verse vote, but a number "died on the calendar" as a
result of congestion of work at the close of the session.
I renew my former recommendations that a law be en-
acted permitting local insurance agents to be licensed for
more than one county, and I also recommend that inde-
pendent Adjusters be licensed to operate anywhere in the
State, instead of requiring each insurance company to take
out an individual license for each adjuster employed by it.
The present law, as I view it, imposes in each case an un-
just burden upon agents and companies.






* :Sir. 'TAX COM4AI'


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STATE FIRE MARSHAL LAW

During the forty-three years for which statistics have
'been kept by this Department, at the time this Report is
made, fire insurance companies have collected in net pre-
miums from policyholders in this State $72,740,797.00, and
have returned in fire losses $38,113,525.00, or 52.4 per cent
of the total collections. In 1921 (the companies' annual
statements for the year ending December 31, 1922, not
having as yet been filed), net premiums amounted to $7,-
037,802.00, and losses to $3,259,920.00, or 46.3 per cent;
the largest amount of losses since the Jacksonville confla-
gration of 1901, when the losses totaled $4,033,635.00, as
against net premiums collected of $944,295.00.
In order to bring about a reduction of this heavy loss
ratio, and with it a reduction in the fire insurance
rates which the people of this State are called upon to pay,
I recommend the enactment of a law conferring upon the
State Treasurer the authority of a State Fire Marshal,
such a law as is already in successful operation in many
other States.

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION LAW

Florida is one of the very few States which has no Work-
men's Compensation Law, and in which both employer and
employee are exposed to the injustices of the old English
common law, the delay and expense of court proceedings,
and the personal prepossessions and prejudices that enter
with peculiar force into the determination of personal
injury suits. I recommend the enactment of a law of this
nature for Florida, under the supervision of a commission
composed of existing State officials, in order to bring Flor-
ida into line with the satisfactory experience of other
States, and to give both employers and employes of our
rapidly growing industries the protection of a definite and
equitable scale of compensation for injuries received in
the line of employment.
In both of these measures, I recommend the use of ex-
isting Departments of the State Government for their en-
forcement, thereby avoiding the creation of new State
appointees, with corresponding increase in the already
burdensome costs of government, national, State and local












DETAILED STATEMENTS OF 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 has been customary
for some years past to publish, believing that the benefits
accruing from such publication would not be commen-
surate with the labor involved in compiling the 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,
very urgently, 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 state-
ments 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 paid out
of the contingent funds allowed this office, and the State
Fire Insurance Fund, for the administration of which the
Treasurer is responsible.
In conclusion, I beg to extend my appreciation of your
Excellency's assistance and co-operation at all times, and
to express confidence in the continuance of these relations
throughout your administration.
Respectfully submitted,


State Treasurer.







COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)


1919.
Balance all funds Jan. 1........ $1,861,628.80
Receipts ..................... 6,334,025.15

$8,195,653.95
Disbursements ........ ....... 6,369,753.99


1920
$ 1,825,899.96
8,835,345.97

$10,661,245.93
8,390,294.95


1921.
$ 2,270,950.98
9,552,405.55

$11,823,356.53
10,127,882.97


Balance all funds Dec. 31..... $1,825,899.96 $ 2,270,950.98 $ 1,695,473.56
State Road Department Suspense Account ......................................


1922.
$ 1,695,473.56
12,480,858.04

$14,176,331.60
11,913,041.88

$ 2,263,289.72
195,908.06


Total in hands of Treasurer December 31, 1922........ ................. ..... $ 2,459,197.78

Balance in all funds, January 1, 1919......................... .... ........ $ 1,861,628.80
Receipts during period of four years. .................... ........... ........... 37,202,634.71


Disbursements during period of four years .........................................


$39,064,263.51
36,800,973.79


Balance in all funds, December 31, 1922 ............................ ............. $ 2,263,289.72
State Road Department Suspense Account..................... ............... .... 195,908.06

Total in hands of Treasurer December 31, 1922. ............................. .. $ 2,459,197.78














SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-ALL FUNDS
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive.)
Sl 1 u)l 1 1 I 1


r UNIJO.
General Revenue Fund ............................. 4
One Mill School Tax Fund ............................
Pension Tax Fund ............................. .....
State Board of Health (Tax) Fund ...................
Principal of School Fund ............................
Interest of School Fund ............................ .
Principal of Seminary Fund .......................... I
Drainage Tax Fund (Regular) ........................
Drainage Bond Fund ................................
State Prison Fund ..........................
State Prison (Tax) Fund ............................
Railroad Commission Fires Fund .....................
Shell Fish Fund .................................... .
Teachers Examination Fund ..........................
State Road Tax Fund ................................'
Motor Vehicle License County Road Fund ............
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance Fund..............
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund .................
Florida National Forest Fund .........................
Everglades Drainage Bonds Sinking Fund.............. I
Federal Aid Road Fund ..............................
Chamberlain-Kahn Health Fund .....................
Automobile Refund Fund ........... ............
State Fire Insurance Fund ...........................
Gasoline Inspection Fund .............................
State Hospital Incidental Fund .......................
State Board of Nurses Fund ....................... .. .
Boys Industrial School Fund .......................... I


2,355,345.08 $
368,484,06
965,753.78
185,112.40
20,869.51
69,599.61
3,233.20
411,518.06
539,194.94
196,971.17
26,752.75
10.00
35,956.39
5,146.50
361,555.17
297,034.63
52,578.82
36,500.00
4,075.77
119,586.261
11,759.19
17,084.95
21,996.39
2,066.521
6,500.00
4,000.00
375.001
1,090.831


2,865,396.76
349,638.62
1,092,259.73
181,086.79
279,260.39
75,052.92

573,707.96
1,094,633.33
4,525.45
178,679.37
350.00
36,584.14
5,834.00
934,135.26
425,775.00
73,725.00
46,259.44
6,112.081
7,428.681
209,060.84
9,065.10
3,359.61
15,403.03
89,010.82

2,922.65
384.60


2,725,100.69 1
356,947.25
1,115,837.44
162,395.91
216,953.15
90,209.69

616,177.03
1,364,462.18

170,470.991

32,039.72
8,330.50
754,910.71
570,461.11
100,963.72
69,604.731
3,761.35
548.09
490,308.38
4,307.54

19,993.39
93,464.36

2,413.30
"52.42


3,360,315.05
397,576.41
1,196,577.56
103,403.11
104,902.07
99,789.37

605,878.96
1,693,626.12

191,083.77
200.00
34,574.21
10,823.58
981,523.40

71,623.51
92,414.23
6,201.73
101,232.36
842,965.84


9,676.78
104,244.37

2,944.00


.1 ,IJ 1 1 I-/J i j


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Girls Industrial School Fund ..........................
Principal Agricultural College Fund ..................
Agricultural College Fund ............................
Interest on Seminary Fund ...........................
Hatch Experiment Station Fund ......................
Adams Experiment Station Fund .....................
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund ................... .
Lever Supplementary Extension Fund ................
White College Morrill Fund ..........................
A. & M. College Morrill Fund .........................
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ......................
A. & M. College Slater Fund ..........................
University of Florida Incidental Fund ............... |
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ..................
Florida State College Incidental Fund .................
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund ..............
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund .......................
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ............
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ................
Winter Haven Sub-Experiment Fund ..................!
State Highway Fund ................................
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund ........
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund........
University of Florida Hygiene Fund ..................
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ...........
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ...............
Fla. Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble Minded, In-,
cidental Fund ...................................
Florida State Bonds Sinking Fund .....................
Special One Mill Drainage Tax Fund ................I
Tobacco Experiment Station Industrial Fund ..........
A. & M. College Hospital Fund ......................


2,252.461
10,000.00
5,045.43
4,128.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
43,515.89
8,108.68
25,000.00
25,000.00
3,086.79
450.00
10,839.26
4,924.13
20,858.06
220.00
5,665.34
607.81
4,172.32
10,000.00


1,512.321

10,381.00
4,303.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
48,921.68
16,217.37
25,000.00
25,000.00
3,696.27
550.00
12,981.59
6,095.47
22,855.79
236.00
11,124.13
3,015.94
10,253.70

17,850.32
234.111
14,330.45
10,000.00
1,135.26


966.041

7,665.00
4,303.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
48,335.04
17,048.72
25,000.00
25,000.00
5,496.33
250.00
16,179.40
6,413.90
24,165.61
395.50
10,270.31
4,905.83
7,766.46
3,782.15
55,824.74
354.80
17,262.14

3,675.52
228,056.41
1,096.46

38,478.54


2,345.92

17,665.00
4,303.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
56,196.51
16,764.05
25,000.00
25,000.00
10,404.03

27,897.85
6,352.74
38,504.86
992.50 t
16,875.60 c
9,135.28
10,985.71

80,803.14
730.00
20,445.87

4,229.04
601,509.76
1,366.61

67,583.20
4,634.46
200.00
402.60













SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-ALL FUNDS-Continued.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive.)
FUND i 1919 I 1920 -1921. 1922
State-Federal Aid Road Fund ........................ |$ 1,002,729.20
State Aid Fund for Counties ......................... 368,390.12
State Board of Health, Venereal Control Act. ........ 3,092.00
State Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act.......... | | 14,742.56
Total Receipts, all Funds ........................ 6,334,025.151$ 8,835,345.971$ 9,552,405.551$12,480,858.04
Note: State Prison Fund closed into State Prison (Tax) Fund in 1920.
Balance in Gasoline Inspection Fund is transferred annually to State Highway Fund.









SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL FUNDS.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)
FUND 1919 1920 1921 1922


General Revenue Fund ..... .......................
One Mill School Tax Fund ..........................
Pension Tax Fund ...................................
State Board of Health (Tax) Fund ..................
Principal of School Fund ............................
Interest of School Fund .............................
Principal of Seminary Fund ..........................
Drainage Tax Fund ..................................
Drainage Bond Fund .................................
State Prison Fund ...................................
State Prison (Tax) Fund ..........................
Railroad Commission Fines Fund .....................
Shell Fish Fund .....................................
Teachers Examination Fund ..........................
State Road Tax Fund ................................
Motor V. L. County Road Fund ......................
Motor V. L. Maintenance Fund ......................
Motor V. L. License Expense Fund ...................
Florida National Forest Fund ........................
Everglades Drainage Bonds Sinking Fund .............
Federal Aid Road Fund .................. ...........
Chamberlaln-Kahn Health Fund ......................
Automobile Refund Fund ...........................i
State Fire Insurance Fund ............................
Gasoline Inspection Fund ............................
State Hospital Incidental Fund ......................
State Board of Nurses Fund ..........................
Florida Industrial School for Boys Fire Loss Fund......


Z,Uo0,1UU.43 $
347,151.40
827,811.501
169,222.051
19,185.33
68,647.50
3,528.68
428,017.05
1,061,094.77
216,933.11

5,096.96
30,240.14
5,350.47
360,427.08
264,490.06
57,381.65
27,253.89


21,102.851
7,906.281
17,042.001
799.971
4,197.10

12.251
1,090.831


I ~I -


2,500,061.87
345,757.15
1,042,991.37
156,187.80
254,286.27
68,338.20

502,317.52
1,169,460.56
17,590.48
181,648.94

37,988.20
5,946.00
1,000,321.25
226,173.92
66,114.89
45,376.83
10,187.85
223,000.00
203,588.16
17,884.82
8,062.001
12,971.84
34,405.25

3,011.93


$ 3,237,628.93 $
357,876.00
1,170,938.48
208,183.35
243,359.03
74,574.00

649,163.42
1,425,512.93

164,631.85

33,348.73
9,239.91
743,426.43
639,857.08
69,896.72
61,734.72
3,761.35

430,178.47
4,665.09
70.00.
9,966.22
68,699.70
4,000.00
2,619.26


3,292,810.85
397,282.77
1,207,503.60
125,145.32
145,935.33
93,137.55

570,775.05
1,607,270.50

140,376.86

32,629.56
10,197.05
924,024.34
243,879.81
86,844.78
64,251.80
6,201.73
100,000.00
670,365.37
1.40
14.00
6,377.78
93,278.52

2,385.15













SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL FUNDS-Continued.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)


FUND 1919


1920 |


1921 | 1922


Boys Industrial School Fund ................. ... .. I 1,131.51 389.99
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ................ 10,000.00
Agricultural College Fund .......................... 6,995.00 9,545.69 6,963.57 5,426.66
Interest of Seminary Fund .......................... 5,101.03 919.16 2,741.03 2,154.62
Hatch Experiment Station Fund ...................... I 16,362.67 15,068.53 14,125.59 15,220.38
Adams Experiment Station Fund ..................... 16,312.00 13,450.95 16,302.63 15,076.45
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund .................. 48,514.85 46,946.46 42,997.50 54,193.11
Lever Supplementary Extension Fund ................ 1,674.30 20,511.14 16,578.51 17,310.87
White College Morrill Fund .......................... 25,637.50 23,950.69 35,551.03 25,987.78
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ........................ 25,612.92 26,904.31 25,198.311 23,310.35
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ...................... 2,651.38 4,139.08 5,506.31 7,645.44
A. & M. College Slater Fund .............. ...... .... 475.00 470.00 385.00 .30 c
A. & M. College Fire Losss Fund .....................I 1.251
University of Florida Incidental Fund ................ 9,881.23 15,103.51 17,014.24 19,793.97
Experiment Station Incidental Fund .................. 5,135.34 6,129.84 6,310.27 5,596.14
University of Florida Fire Loss Fund ................. 133.82
Florida State College Incidental Fund ................ 26,260.63 11,472.211 35,324.08 26,775.86
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund ................ 1 I 750.00
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund .................... 5,985.41 9,950.13 11,344.63 14,181.24
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ............. 2,390.42 4,322.52 5,381.391 7,471.45
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ................ 5,518.39 10,478.40 8,890.59 9,807.85
Winter Haven Sub-Experiment Station Fund ......... 6,027.50 1,703.18 3,548.28 2,503.19
State Highway Fund ................................. 17,839.61 55,826.78 10,075.63
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ...... 14,329.97 3,903.20
University of Florida Hygiene Fund ................. 2,693.76 7,306.241
General Extension Division Incidental Fund .......... 692.71 4,045.62 3,131.19
State Road Licenses Fund (Gasoline) ................ 149,202.93 421,647.62
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund ........I 567.61 674.33









Florida Bonds Sinking Fund .......................
SState Federal Aid Road Fund .......... ..............
State Aid Fund for Counties ........................
g State Board of Health, Veneral Control Act...........
SState Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act ..........
A. & M. College Hospital Fund.....................
Total Disbursements, all Funds .................


37,654.45


66,695.35
970,942.89
361,166.21
442.93
4,333.36
397.60


6,369,753.7 8,390,294.95 10,127,882.971$11,913,041.88


Note: State Prison Fund closed into State Prison (Tax) Fund in 1920.
Balance in Gasoline Inspection Fund is transferred annually to State Highway Fund.


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SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)


SOURCE
Taxes of Current Year ........ ...................... iS
Taxes of Preceding Year ............................
Taxes of Former Years ..............................
General License Tax ..............................
License American Railway Express Co ................
License Hotels and Restaurants ......................
License Gulf Refining Company ..................
License Union Tank Car Co. .......................
License Fruit Growers Express ......................
License Pullman Car Co. ............................
License Insurance Companies ........................
License Insurance Agents ...........................
Insurance Companies, Premium Tax-2% on Gross Re-
ceipts during proceeding year....................
Pullman Car Co., Percentage on Gross Receipts........
Tax on Commissions ................................
Charter Tax-Corporations ...........................
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps ...........................
Sale of Feed Stamps ................................
Sale of Acts of Legislature ..........................
Sale of Bound General Statutes .......................
Sale of Unbound General Statutes ....................
Sale of Justice of Peace Manuals .....................
Sale of Perfumery Certificates .......................
Sale of Confiscated Feed Stuffs .......................
Sale of Revised Statutes .............................
Sale of Old Electric Fixtures .........................
Fees from State Treasurer ...........................


1919
356,856.11 $
965,163.21
11,553.86
270,692.19
10,647.89
17,871.50
500.00
500.00
500.00
11,000.00
36,600.001
34,590.00

227,417.14
5,416.83
1,830.00
70,555.00 .
62,653.36
40,601.36
636.50
15.00
31.50
3.00
20.00
40.80
4.00
21.101
2,260.001


1920
296,435.48 $
1,294,866.36
8,234.58
311,325.96
13,986.25
21,812.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
5,500.00
41,750.00
52,822.40

279,672.63
6,790.79
2,882.00
121,759.00
68,079.02
40,130.56
628.00
15.00
17.50
4.00
20.00



2,605.00


1921
353,107.44 $
1,091,338.27
11,125.69
284,009.27
15,977.76
19,035.71
500.00
500.00
500.00
5,500.00
44,300.00
59,797.50

374,777.66
9,130.21
2,573.00
99,837.00
72,904.58
41,595.93
672.50



35.00

20.00

2,765.001


.1922
408,567.28
1,513,475.79
7,454.41
322,882.72
14,620.49
28,571.29
500.00
500.00
500.00
5,500.00
48,600.00
65,042.50

384,551.66
7,789.99
2,349.00
120,672.00
88,442.25
49,264.69
619.00







2;925.00'









Fees from Secretary of State ..........................
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ................
Fees from Shell Fish Fund ..........................I
Receipts from Comptroller Under Chapter 6422......"..I
Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board .............
Receipts from Geo. W. Scofield, State Attorney, in re
W. F. Warnock Compromise ......................
Interest on Deposits .................................
Bank Examination Tax .............................
Tax Certificates, Proceeds from Comptroller ............
Tax Certificates, Expense of Sale.....................
Tax Certificates, Interest ............................
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock Jacksonville Main Streetj
R ailw ay ....................................... .
Refund on Freight from Boys Industrial School ........I
Refund on Comptroller's Warrants ....................
Refund Account Olive Oil Samples by State Inspectors..
Per Diem Refund by Assistant Superintendent Boys In-
.dustrial School .................................. .
Revenues Refund .....................................
Revenue Refund, Acct. Ex-Tax Collector, Washingtonj
County ..........................................
Juror and Witness Money Refunded ...................
Receipts from State Chemist .........................
Sale of State Flags .................................
Sale of Old Desk .................................. ..
Sale of Laws Governing County Commissioners........
Sale of Pages in Campaign Book Under Chapter 6469. 1
Fees from Candidates under Chapter 6469.............
Interest on Deposits from Comptroller ................
Binding Journals ..................................... I


3,498.65
650.39
283.05
213.(w
415.95

600.00
32,689.41
7,376.12
61,207.68
26,445.77 -
92,549.49

30.00
48.87
507.75
16.60.

138.90
13.80

565.84
104.50'
8.96

1


4,492.80 4,887.45
770.30 1,016.75
230.10 108.05
1,060.15 1,200.00



52,568.21 27,276.66
7,255.00 5,885.001
70,200.65 45,579.941
29,695.24 23,148.071
105,316.92 80,812.001

30.00 30.001


73.25 1.25
5.00
1.00 1.00
2,670.00
6,766.20
3,260.701 1,159.111
3.00 I


5,283.95
818.19
15.05





8,140.00
92,613.45
39,776.48
122,472.78

30.00


6.00


755.00
6,981.00
3,121.22













SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)
SOURCE I 1109 1920 1921 1922


Kerund Attorney's Commissions in re Ex-Tax Collectorl
Duval County ................................. .
Refund on Typewriter ................................
Refund by Dade County Warrant to Smith-Hughes Ag-I
ricultural Appropriation .........................
Refund on Railroad Ticket to Smith Hughes Teachersl
Training Appropriation ..........................
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant from Smith-Hughesj
Agricultural Fund .............................
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant from State Fire In-I
surance Fund .................................
Refund by Gov. S. J. Catts on account Contingent Fund I
Appropriation ............................... ...
Refund by Standard Oil Company ....... ...... ......
Refund on Account Officers Cottage Appropriation, Boys|
Industrial School ................................
Refund by Comptroller's Warrant from Teachers Exam-I
nation Fund ...................................
License Southeastern Express Company ..............
Sale of Bound General Statutes of 1920 ................
Sale of Unbound Revised General Statutes of 1920.....
Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board Under Chap-i
ter 7917 ...
ter 7917.......................................i
Receipts from Girls Industrial School Maintenance Ap-]
propriation ......................................
Receipts from Boys Industrial School Maintenanca Ap-J
propriation ... ... ............................
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 38451............


7,281.92
87.64

41.66

.671

104.171
1,000.00

38.501
32.55.

1,050.88

523.62


74.52
2,822.00
120.00


6.83
8,491.00
336.00

32,000.00

29.12

2,208.47
63.22'










Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 24963............
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 16296............
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 12243............
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 37167............
License Tax Mexican Petroleum Company .............
Sale of Bound Revised Statutes .....................
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 41423............
Refunds on Comptroller's Warrants Nos. 31249, 31252
and 34293,Smith-Hughes State Appropriation Fund.
Receipts from State Auditor on Account of Certificates
for Witness Fees in "Sweating Trial," Key West,
Fla., 1915 ......................................
Receipts from Persons Licensed to Catch Migratory
Birds for Scientific Purposes ....................
Receipts from Comptroller Under Section 4073........
Receipts from Transfer of Shell Fish Fund Under Chap-
ter 6877, Section 14 ... .. .......................
Refund of Express Charges by Underwood Typewriter
Company .....................................
Refund of Freight Charges by Louisville & Nashville
Railway Co .....................................
Reimbursement from Circuit Court of Jefferson County
on Account of Overpayment of Witness Fee......
Reimbursement by Circuit Court of Orange Couunty on
Account of Overpayment of Witness Fee ..........
Total Receipts, General Revenue ................


I 33.001
374.00
295.50
155.75
500.00
9.00
40.28

197.47


110.00

4.00
1,094.00

2,464.29

1.23

10.60

I 4.00

| 22.47
1$ 2,355,345.081$ 2,865,396.761$ 2,725,100.691$ 3,360,315.05


Note: After June 30, 1921, Interest on Deposit of State Funds is credited to Florida Bonds Sinking Fund,
instead of-toGeneral Revenue fund.











SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)
S 1919 1920 1921 I 1922
Executive Department
Contingent Expenses of State ....................... $ 5,394.93 $ 4,750.47 $ 5,433.10 $ 4,305.54
Gov. Mansion and Grounds, Imp. and Care............ 1,009.70 802.68 1,104.39 860.90
Gov. Mansion, Furnishing and Repairing .............. 577.05 986.59 643.03 1,259.39
Salaries Executive Department ..................... 27,600.00 27,600.00 29,721.42 38,826.09
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department ........... 77,177.26 85,615.41 95,729.13 105,009.67
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments.... 1,922.35 2,249.70 1,878.17 1,685.56
Educational Appropriations i
A. & M. College for Negroes, Educational Fund....... 11,539.32 14,196.34 15,985.27 20,846.17
Board of Control, Educational Fund ..................... 3,112.29 6,639.23 4,198.12 2,812.84
School for Deal and Blind, Educational Fund .......... 50,796.88 57,785.62 69,445.11 76,898.61
School for Deaf and Blind, Bldg. Educational Fund... 13,997.43 47,416.66 30,219.17 36,389.82 o,
Fla. State College for Women, Educational Fund...... 87,510.44 119,411.62 124,077.68 155,587.87 o0
Fla. State College for Women, Bldg. Educational Fund, 24,543.53 122,190.41 111,911.44 191,733.63
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropriation| 24,593.85 29,944.01 36,013.27 43,917.01
Plant Act Fund, General ............................ 30,818.39 39,064.16 30,655.85 29,216.35
Plant Act Fund, Special ............................ 102,681.86 97,025.76 149,699.30. 148,520.63
University of Florida, Educational Fund ............ 74,479.49 121,720.09 148,490.29 228,482.05
University of Florida, Bldg. Educational Fund........ 30,0s0.42 12,097.98 5,818.80 76,161.50
University of Florida, Farmers Institute Edu. Fund... 5,919.10 79.83
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund, State Appropriation. 8,122.91 1
S.-H. Teachers Training Fund, State Appropriation.... 1 7,599.00 24,954.91 24,604.41 32,253.91-
S.-H.Trades and Industries Fund, State Appropriation. 2,624.82 J J
S.-H. Administrative Dept., State Appropriation....... 1,537.45 4,373.41 4,717.04 5,051.19
Fla. State College for Women, Paving Driveway.......i 12,000.00
A. & M. College for Negroes, Bid. Educational Fund..1 24,721.05 14,426.38 5,852.08
Everglades Agricultural Experiment Station .......... I 33.67 .82
Gadsden County Experiment Station ................ 19,463.44










Agricultural Department [ I
Agricultural Statistics ............................... 8,144.70 15,698.10 3,602.85 22,317.85
Express and Telegrams .............................. 504.52 743.15 712.51 737.03
Extra Clerk Hire .................................... 466.68 1
Field Note Division ................................. 36.55 60.18 10.00
Office Files and Furniture ......................... 250.00
Postage ............................................ 2,433.521 955.33 1,082.46 1,378.02
Printing Bulletins ............... ................... 22,404.901 2,764.15 3,000.00 3,000.00
Printing Stamps .................................... 2,063.79 2,385.69 1,673.98 2,000.00
Stationery and Other Contingent Expenses ............ 1,791.97 1,132.79 1,195.82 1,162.72
.Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture..... 605.32 677.11 600.00 519.72
Extra Printing for Immigration Department .......... 1,211.14 1,186.96 1,000.00 875.36
Printing Maps ................................ ... 2,965.00 3,000.00
State Chemical Department I
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist............ 1,714.941 1,212.83 641.41 1,001.60
Clerk Chemical Division .......... ................... i 1,130.00 1,200.001 1,200.00 1,200.00 C
Janitor State Labartory ............................. 395.00 460.00 o30.00 600.00 o
Postage State Chemist .................... ........... 90.00 364.46 122.94 269.21
Salary State Chemist and Assistants .................. 8,616.62 8,943.43 9,833.33 11,833.36
Salaries Food and Drug Inspectors .................... 4,192144 5,400.00 5,265.001 5,700.00
Traveling Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors ........ 2,918.70 3,224.85 3,487.38 3,529.55
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants. ..... 1,118.34 665.03 747.00 991.39
Incidental Expenses Pure Food Division .............. 1,121.32 2,271.941 1,137.87| 1,159.39
Capitol and Offices I
Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office .......... 1,027.81 1,146.79 1,022.96 1,088.25
Incidental Expense Insurance Commissioner .......... 1 919.39 1,360.89 1,325.79 1,607.54
Engineer at Capitol .................................. 1 300.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol .................... I 1,402.14 1,831.51 1,993.40 1,661.67
Incidental Expensess Attorney General's Office ........' 789.30 905.141 900.43 377.11
Janitors at Capital .................................. 1,970.00 1,440.001 1,605.00 1,775.00
Janitor Comptroller's and Treasurer's Offices .......... 425.1)0 470.001 560.001 600.00












SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)
1919 19 20 I 1921 1922


List Land Entries and Other Contingent Expenses)
Comptroller's Office .............................
Messenger Comptroller's Office .......................
New Safe for State Treasurer's Office ...............
Postage, Express and Telegrams Secretary of State....
Postage, Printing and Other Contingent Expensesi
Superintendent Public Instruction .................]
Purchase of Books, Attorney General's Office ..........
Traveling Expenses Supt. Public Instruction ........
Repairs and Other Incidental Expenses of Capitol......
Watchman at Capitol ..............................
Vacating Offices for Use of Legislature ..............
Burglary Insurance on Securties Held by State Treasurer!
Purchase of Books and Office Furniture Atty. Gen. Office
Repairs and Other Incidental Expenses of Capitol, Emer-|
gency Appropriation ...........................
Postage State Treasurer's Office .....................
*Auditing Department Comptroller's Office ............
Salaries State Bank Examiners ......................
Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners ............
*Auditor's Department
Postage, Stationery and Other Cont. Exp. Auditor......
Salary State Auditor and Clerks......................
Salaries Asst. State Auditors .......................
Traveling Expenses State Auditor ......... .........
Traveling Expenses Asst State Auditors ..............
Salaries and Traveling Expenses Accountants State Au-:
ditor's Office ................................... .


1,129.30
607.08
78.03
1,022.44

3,266.29
516.20
339.27
2,612.05
1,083.34
20.00


6,742.03
4,103.11

337.82
5,720.82
6,000.00
783.011
2,269.531

776.291


1,175.99


1,246.49

2,458.26
499.10
692.87
2,169.76
1,200.001


10,006.80
7,011.45

461.87
6,619.00
6,000.00
691.12
2,447.51

1,606.54


1,548.79


1,561.28

4,836.59
500.00
556.46
1,990.34
1,200.00

1,000.00
181.85


.600.00
18,161.48
10,633.31
8,084.40


1,145.59


1,499.15

3,576.59
498.63
510.41
2,009.69
1,200.00

500.00
56.95

3,999.95
300.00
7,491.99
6,495.65
6,700.95

407.00
3,674.50
4,203.50
242.17
883.38

1,036.831









Military Department
Salary Adjutant General ............................. 3,083.82 1,833.29 2,166.73 4,666.66
National Guard of Florida ............................ 12,268.58 20,936.37 37,376.01 57,275.56
Act for Relief of Duval County Home Guards.......... 2,307.38 24.00 6.00
National Guard of Florida, Preserving the Peace...... 4,386.62 670.75 911.82
National Guard of Florida. Bid., Repg., etc., Arsenal.... 80.08 10,422.67
National Guard of Fla., Repair to Armory Apalachicola. 600.00
National Guard of Fla., Repair to Armory Key West... 2,904.87 1,723.74
Judicial Department
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court'................... 3,992.43 2,998.06 3,142.85 2,755.48
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem ...................... 945.00 945.00 935.25 1,095.55
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian ................. 300.00 300.00 300.00 350.00
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in Other Circuits ...... 370.17 234.41 769.11 728.42
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in Supreme Court .... 376.35 305.52 80.34 13.53
Expenses Crim. Court Judges Sitting in Other Counties. 54.09 37.12 83.61
Expenses State Attorneys Acting in Other Circuits.... 174.27 68.98 185.82 91.81
Electric Lights, Water, Gas, etc., for Supreme Court... 614.54 851.70 678.07 844.80
Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man................ 540.00 540.00 567.50 600.00
Janitor Furnace and Yardman ........................ 430.00 470.97 510.00 600.00
Jurors and Witnesses ................................ 161,434.08 160,136.13 186,098.80 205,449.24
Messenger Supreme Court ......................... .415.00 480.00 535.00 575.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports...................... 1,014.20 1,078.00 3,990.80 1,224.41
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library........ 411.40 698.50 618.20 1,755.56
Rewards for and Expense of Arrest Fugitives from
Justice .......................................... 250.00 100.00 450.00
Salaries Judicial Department ........................ 110,055.69[ 108,602.50 113,253.53 140,592.62
Salaries Justices of Supreme Court.................... 11,250.00 22,500.00 23,750.00 31,166.65
Supreme Court, Fuel for Heating ................... 1,024.50 719.78 1,070.00 1,157.83
Revision and Consolidation of Laws of Florida......... 1,824.71 19,598.57 18,518.89
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices.............. 2,083.31 2,199.98 2,283.36 2,400.00
Salary Asst. Secretary Supreme Court Justices........ 1,800.00 1,800.001 1,841.65 1,900.02












SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1919 to 192 2, Inclusive)
S 1919 1920 | 1921 1922
Salaries Law Clerks, Supreme Court.................. 655.57 3,200.00 4,095.00 5,250.00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem....................... 374.00 364.0 676.00 576.00
Watchman for Supreme Court ....................... 795.00 900.00 .525.00
Repairing Supreme Court Building, etc................ 161.83 279.63 244.28 230.54
Stenographer Supreme Court ........................ 630.00
Court Reporters Salaries ..........:..................I 3,621.73 20,707.60
Costs Adjudged Against State in Civil Cases.......... 32.80
Miscellaneous Appropriations
Abstracting Lands Sold for Taxes, for Use Tax Assessors 1,500.00 2,820.00 2,217.74 3,000.00
Citrus Fruit Standard ................................ 2,080.19 2,849.94 2,042.80 2,383.21
Confederate Soldiers Home .......................... 9,901.49 11,591.99 13,184.10 15,923.45
County Finances ................................... 7,588.86 9,652.56 9,018.19|
Emergency Appropriations for State Institutions..... 10.97
Expenses Collection of Revenue ...................... 226,369.95 211,485.74 234,336.07 249,179.48
Expenses Geological Survey ......................... 5,125.98 6,826.121 8,283.56 9,869.05
Expenses Legislature of 1919 ......................... 85,640.45 1,265.00
Expenses Extra Session Legislature of 1918............ 1,487.50
Farmers Demonstration Work ....................... 4,132.50 5,538.44 5,142.01 4,920.00
Florida Industrial School for Boys .................... 114,697.69 100,790.50 130,287.67 84,233.88
Florida Industrial School for Girls ...................... 19,976.04 24,734.90 74,696.67 49,904.61
Florida Room Confederate Museum, Richmond........ 100.00
Florida Purchase Centennial Exposition ............... 561.53 38.38I
General Printing and Advertising .................... 19,550.02 33,557.48 29,980.871 31,680.47
Hotel Commission .................................. 13,083.72 16,491.59 19,071.77 15,314.72
Interest on Bonded Debt ............................ 18,047.00 18,047.00 18,047.001 18,047.00.
Live Stock Santary Board, State ...................... 90,363.741 97,627.73 67,702.521 43,755.88
Hog Cholera Serum and Virus ........................ 1,375.06! 41,104.59 16,055.51
Maintenance of Lunatics ............................ 412,634.261 307,391.59 643,357.59 462,294.94









Maintenance of Lunatics, Improvements ..............
Monument Olustee Battlefield, care of ...............
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists .......................
Printing General Laws ...........................
Revenue Refunded ..............................
Refund on Tax Certificates ..........................
Refund on Liquor Licenses .........................
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission ........
Salary Actuary Insurance Commissioner .............
Salary Shell Fish Commissioner ..................
Salaries Rural School Inspectors .....................
Services Civil Engineer and Other Expenses Assessment
Railroads .....................................
State Board of Examiners for Teachers ...............
State Labor Inspector ..................... .........
State Marketing Bureau ...........................
E. Kirby Smith Statue Commission...................
Summer Schools .................................
Teachers Training Department High Schools...........
Traveling Expenses Rural School Inspectors...........
Traveling Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner..........
Royal Palm State Park .............................
Commission to Investigate Needs of Epileptics and
Feebleminded ..... .........................
Uniform System Text Book Commission..............
Fire Losses Payable from General Revenue...........
State Prison Farm, Maintenance .....................
Appropriation for Deficiency in Interest, Agricultural
College Fund .....................................
Expenses of Primary Election .....................
Investment Companies ..............................


11,558.211
100.001
12,360.55
9,700.001
117.721
1,052.31
11,734.601
24,924.221
1,716.661
3,499.931
3,166.541

1,918.771
4,790.201
2,859.961
14,431.63
2,163.48
9,859.59
3,375.00
1,803.11
955.301
4.001

406.46
1,370.98
444.001
8,719.54


135,034.731
400.00
11,494.801


888.911

34,953.481
2,499.98
3,499.271
3,763.31

2,5.3.93
5,703.18
2,745.06
14,093.06

10,036.16
2,625.00
2,609.62
199.49






5,432.00
1,616.86
10.90/


87,276.131
400.00
21,955.20
4,100.00

853.59

33,124.50
1,458.33
3,499.91
3.999.98

1,246.14
1,226.61
2,658.47
21,504.76

14,575.00
6,000.00
2,315.82
1,035.26
2,500.00



13,450.00


2,716.00.

432.501


36,930.69
400.00
16,000.00
300.00

784.02

36,735.31

3,499.92
4,000.02

2,459.96
3,017.76
2,561.42
26,925.05 ,
co
14,547.44
2,800.00
2,675.42
647.07
5,000.00





2,716.00
12,474.21
217.45













SUMMARY -OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)


S 1919
Uniform Course of Study Elementary and High Schools
Official Custodian of tne State Flag ..................
Fla. Farm Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded....
State Prison Fund-Payable from General Revenue....
State Prison Farm-County Taxes ....................
Expenses Legislature of 1921 .........................
Salary Clerk Board of Commissioners'State Institutions
State Equalizer of Taxes ............................
Insurance Premium Fund ............................
Dade Memorial Park, Sumter County.................
Presidential Electors .................................
Expenses Legislative Investigating Committee ........
State. Board of Examiners, Emergency Appropriation.
Enlargement of Capitol ..............................
Battle of Marianna Monument ........................
State Constitutional Memorial Commission ............
State School Book Commission ......................
Natural Bridge Field Park Monument .................
Expenses Budget Commission .......................
Relief Bill Appropriations
An Act for Relief of B. B. Johnson .................... 71.09
On Act for Relief of C. F. Burgman .................. 483.00
An Act for Relief of A. T Coleman .................... / 2,280.67
An Act for Relief of Ernest P. Roberts ............... 1,909.00
An Act for Relief of Florida Publishing Company...... \ 334.00
An Act for Relief of P. B. Bird .......................\ 32.13
An Act for Relief of J. E. Peacock ....................\ 649.00
An Act for Relief of L. S. Crump .....................\ 51.20


1920 1921
1,200.00
312.73 22.42.
40,144.94 142,953.031
26,004.92
1,500.00 3,877.56
118,119.80
388.88
3,007.97
17,248.25
2,015.00
295.10
936.74
1,833.26
7,880.64
5,000.00
7.55
801.21


1922


94,056.75

1,938.78
1,037.69
2,000.01
12,588.39
9,676.78
2,985.00



148,222.84

9,713.92
54.00
5,000.00
120.00








An Act for Relief of E. O. Painter Printing Company... 642.991
An Act for Relief of Milton McBride ................. ..339.10.
An Act for Relief of W. Z. Hayman .................. 400.001
An Act for Relief of George Lewis, Trustee .......... 14,007.251
An Act for Relief of P. M. Cate, of Lake County ...... 15.49
An Act for Relief of W. M. Holloway ................. 625.851
An Act for Relief of Chas. P. Lovell, Adjutant General. 500.001
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 forRelief of Pepper Printing Co. ............. 394.99
An Act for Relief of R. E. L. Chancey ................. 2,450.00
An Act for Relief of Anna Dummett Chapter U. C. D.,
Inc., of St. Augustine, Fla. ......................... 2,000.00 1.
An Act for Relief of M. M. Whitehurst ................ 1,37..63
An Act for Relief of L. u. Meggs ...................... 800.15
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. J. Johnson ................... _40.00|
Total Disbursements from General Revenue Fund.. $ 2,205,100.431$ 2,500,061.871$ 3,237,628.931$ 2,292,810.85
*Note: State Auditor's Office consolidated with Comptroller's Department, July 1, 1921.
Disbursements from General Revenue Fund in 1921 include payments out of following appropriations by
the Legislature of 1921 to cover deficiencies in former appropriations.














SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1919 to 1922, Inclusive)
S 1919 I 1920 | 1921 1922
Florida State Hospital for Insane ................................ ................................$ 260,870.27
Florida Industrial School for Boys .............................................................. 61,185.87
Interest to Banks account of above named institutions .......................................... 3,712.79

Total appropriations under Chapter 8396........................................................ $ 325,768.93
Florida State College for Women, buildings and equipment (Chapter 8397) ........................ 70,000.00
Salaries Members State Board of Teachers Examiners, Chapter 8409 ............................. 2,500.00
$398,268.93








RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES


NAME OF FUND

General Revenue Fund ..............................
One Mill School Tax Fund ............................
Pension Tax Fund .............................. .....
State Board of Health Fund .........................
State Prison Tax Fund ..............................
State Road Tax Fund ............................ .
Drainage Tax Fund (Regular) ........................
One Mill Drainage Tax Fund..........................
Drainage Bond Fund.. ..........................
Principal of School Fund ............................
Interest of School Fund ..............................
Principal of Seminary Fund .........................
Interest 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 .........................


Balance in Receipts Disburse- Balance in
Fund Jan. 1 During ments Duringi Fund Dec. 31
1922 1922 1922 1922


202,731.06$
82,526.36
350,637.98
59,468.47
29,622.32
76,977.87
56,161.77

10,762.51
41,807.06
71,106.08
90.53!
5,845.88!
8,093.35!
2.511
363.11!
322,039.05!
39,047.57|
18,104.21!
66,231.48

2,453.21!
1,038.26[
1.40!
4,730.82!
396.341


3,360,315.0b q
397,576.41
1,196,577.56
103,403.11
191,083.77
981,523.40
605,878.96
4,634.461
1,693,626.12
104,902.07
99,789.37

4,303.00
34,574.21
10,823.58
200.00

71,623.511
92,411.23
842,965.841
6,201.73

101,232.36|

2,345.921


i 3,292,810.85s$
397,28,2.771
1,207,503.60
125,145.32
140,376.86
924,024.34
570.775.05

1,607,270.50
145,935.33
93,137.55

2,154.62
32,629.56!
10,197.05

243,879.81
86,844.78
64,251.80!
670,365.37!
6,201.73!

100,000.00


389.99


270,235.26
82,820.00
339,711.94
37,726.26
80,329.23
134,476.93
91,265.68
4,634.46
97,118.13
773.80
77,757.90
90.53
7,994.26
10,038.00
629.04
563.11
78,159.24
23,826.30
46,266.64
238,831.95

2,453.21
2,270.62
1.40
7,076.74
6.35














RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES-Continued.
SBalance in Receipts Disburse- I Balance in
NAME OF FUND Fund Jan. 1 I During Iments DuringI Fund Dec. 31
1922 1922 1922 I 1922


Tobacco Experiment Station Incidental Fund ...........
State Fire Insurance Fund ............................
Automobile Refund Fund ............................
Gasoline Inspection Fund ............................
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ..................
State Board of Nurses Fund ..........................
State Highway Fund ................................
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund ........
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ......
Fla. Farm Colony Epileptic and Feebleminded Incidentall
Fund ......................................... .
Florida Bonds Sinking Fund ..........................
Agricultural College Fund ............................
Hatch Experiment Station Fund .....................
Adams Experiment Station Fund .....................
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund ..................
Lever Supplemental Extension Fund ....................
White College Morrill Fund ..........................
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ........................
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ... ..................
A. & M. College Hospital Fund .......................
A. & M. College Slater Fund .........................
University of Florida Incidental Fund ................
Florida State College Incidental Fund ..................
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund ...............
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ..................
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ....................


13,724.911
182.001
81,673.131
78,853.481
67.51|
8.67
21.30
13,369.42

1,096.46
824.09
2,080.50
2,027.51
1,527.02
8,437.8'4
2,610.82
4,341.12
15,347.66
| 7.071

.30
4,046.47
7,805.65
519.04i
118.21
2,216.791


z2U0.00
9,676.78i

104,244.37
601,509.76
2,944.00
80,803.14
730.00
20,445.87

1,366.611
67,583.20
17,665.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
56,196.51
16,7b4.05
25,000.00
25,000.00
10,404.03
402.60

27,897.85
38,504.86I
992.501
6,352.741
16,875.601


6,377.78
14.00o
93,278.52
421,647.62
2,385.15
10,075.63
674.331


66,695.35
5,426.66
15,220.38
15,076.45
54,193.11
17,310.87
25,987.78
23,310.35
7,645.44
397.60
.30
19,793.97
26,775.86

5,596.14
14,181.241


z2UU.U
17,023.91
168.00
92,638.98
258,715.62
626.36
70,736.18
76.97
33,805.29

2,463.07
1,711.94 g
14,318.84
1,807.13
1,450.57
10,441.24
2,064.00
3,353.34
17,037131
2,765.66
5.00

12,150.35
19,534.65
1,511.54
874.81
4,911.15











Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ...........
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ...............
Winter Haven Sub-Experiment Station Fund ..........
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ...........
State-Federal Aid Road Fund .......................
State Aid Fund for Counties ........................
State Board of Health, Venereal Control Act ..........
State Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act ..........
Totals .........................................
Suspense Account, State Road Department ............
Total Funds in hands of State Treasurer, December
31, 1922 .....................................


1,143.23 9,135.28 7,471.45 2,807.06
618.52 10,985.71 9,807.85 1,796.38
2,503.19 2,503.19
82.45 4,229.04 3,131.19 1,170.30
1,002,729.20 970,942.89 31,786.31
368,390.12 361,166.21 7,223.91
3,092.00 442.93 2,649.07
14,742.56 4,333.36 10,409.20
$ 1,695,473.56 $12,480,858.04 $11,913,041.88 $ 2,263,289.72
326,944.57 *131,036.511 195,908.06

I$ 2,459,197.78


*Amount distributed to the several Road Funds by State Road Department.














GENERAL REVENUE FUND


Abstract of Receipts During the Year 1922
Taxes 1920 ................... ... ............ $ 7,454.41
Taxes 1921 ....................... ............. 1,513,475.79
Taxes, 1922 ..................................... 408,567.28
License Tax, General ........................... 322,882.92
License Tax, American Railway Express .......... 14,620.49
License Tax, Hotels and Restaurants ............. 28,571.29
License Tax, Gulf Refining Company .............. 500.00
License Tax, Union Tank Car Company .......... 500.00
License Tax, Fruit Growers Express .............. 500.00
License Tax, Pullman Car Company ............... 5,500.00
License Tax, Southeastern Express Company...... 74.52
License Tax, Mexican Petroleum Company ........ 500.00
License Tax, Insurance Companies ................. 48.600.00
License Tax, Insurance Agents ....................... 65,042.50
Insurance Companies, Premium Tax-2% on Gross
Receipts During 1921 ......................... 384,551.66
Pullman Car Company, Percentage on Gross Re-
ceipts ........................................ 7,789.99
Tax on Commissions ..... ....................... 2,349.00
Charter Tax of Corporations ........ .............: 120,672.00
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps ......................... 88,442.25
Sale of Feed Stamps .............................. 49,264.69
Sale of Acts of Legislature ........................ 619.00
Sale of Bound Revised General Statutes ........... 2,822.00
Sale of Unbound Revised General Statutes ......... 120.00
Sale of Bound Revised Statutes ................... 900.00
Sale of State Flags ............................... .6.00
Fees from State Treasurer ........................ 2,925.00
Fees from Secretary of State ..................... 5,283.95
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ............ 818.19
Fees from Candidates under Chapter 6469.......... 6,981.00
Fees from Shell Fish Fund ........................ 15.05
Bank Examination Taxes ......................... 8,140.00
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock Jacksonville Main
Street Railway ........................ .... 30.00
Tax Certificates, Proceeds fro Comptroller ......... 92,613.45
Tax Certificates, Expense of Sale .................. 39,776.48
Tax Certificates, Interest ......................... 122,472.78
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 31423 ....... 40.28
Refunds on Comptroller's Warrants Nos. 31249, 21252
and 34293, Smith-Hughes State Appropriation
Fund ........................................ 197.47
Receipts from State Auditor on Account of Certifi-
cates for Witness Fees in "Sweeting Trial," Key
W est, Fla., 1915 ............................... 110.00
Receipts from Persons Licensed to Catch Migratory
Birds.for Scientific Purposes .................. 4.00
Receipts from Comptroller under Section 4073...... 1,094.00
Receipts from Transfer of Shell Fish Fund under
Chapter 6877, Section 14 ...................... 2,464.29















Refund of Express Charges by Underwood Type-
writer Co ..................................
Refund of Freight Charges by Louisville & Nashville
Railway Co ...............................
Reimbursement from Circuit Court of Jefferson
County on Account of Overpayment of Witness


R

S

In


1.23

10.60


Fee ......................................... 4.00
reimbursement by Circuit Court of Orange Couunty
on account of Overpayment of Witness Fee..... 22.47
ale of Space in Campaign Book to Candidates, un-
der Chapter 6469 .............................. 755.00.
iterest on Deposits from Comptroller ............. 3,121.22

Total Receipts During the Year ................. $3,360,315.05
Balance as per Report January 1, 1922........... 202,731.06

$3,563,046.11

GENERAL REVENUE FUND

Disbursements During the Year 1922

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT


Contingent Expenses of State ................... $
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Improvement and
Care .......................................
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Furnishing and Re-
pairing ...................................
Salaries Executive Department ....................
Salaries Clarks Administrative Department........
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments..
EDUCATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS
A. & M. College for Negroes Educational Fund......
A. & M. College for Negroes Building Educational
Fund ... ...................................
Board of Control Educational Fund ...............
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Eductional Fund.
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Building Educa-
tional Fund ..................................
Florida State College for Women Educational Fund
Florida State College for Women Building Educa-
tional Fund ...............................
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropria-
tion ............................... .........
Plant Act Fund, General .........................
Plant Act Fund, Special .........................
University of Florida Educational Fund ............
University of Florida Building Educational Fund....
Smith-Hughes Administration Department, State Ap-
propriation ...................................
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation ...........
Tobacco Experiment Station ......................
Everglades Agriculture Experiment Station ........


4,305.54

860.90

1,259.39
38,826.09
105,009.67
1,685.56

20,846.17

5,852.08
2,812.84
76,898.61

36,389.82
155,587.87

191,733.63

43,917.01
29,216.35
148,520.63
228,482.05
76,161.50

5,051.19
32,253.91
19,463.44
.82














AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT

Agricultural Statistics ............................. 22,317.85
Express and Telegrams ........................... 737.03
Field Note Division ............................... 10.00
Postage .......................................... 1,378.02
Printing Bulletins ................................. 3,000.00
Printing Stamps ................................. 2,000.00
Stationery and other Contingent Expenses ......... 1,162.72
Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture... 519.72
Extra Printing for Immigration ................... 875.36
Printing Maps : ... ................................ 3,000.00

STATE CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT

Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist ....... 1,001.60
Clerk Chemical Division .......................... 1,200.00
Incidental Expenses Pure Food Division ........... 1,159.39
Janitor State Chemist ............................ 600.00
Postage State Chemist .... ......................... 269.21
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants ............. 11,833.36
Salaries Food and Drug Inspectors ........ .......... 5,700.00
Traveling Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors ..... 3,529.55
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants... 991.39

CAPITOL AND OFFICES

Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office...... 1,088.25
Incidental Expenses Insurance Commissioner....... 1,607.54
Engineer at Capitol ............ .................. 1,200.00
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol ................. 1,661.67
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's Office...... 377.11
Janitors at Capitol ............................... 1,775.00
Janitor Comptroller's and Treasurer's Offices...... 600.00
List Land Entries and other Contingent Expenses
Comptroller's Office .......................... 1,548.79
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secretary of State 1,561.28
Postage, Printing and other Contingent Expenses
Superintendent of Public Instruction ......... 4,836.59
Purchase Books Attorney General's Office ........ 500.00
Purchase Book Case and other Office Furniture, At-
torney General's Office ....................... 181.85
Repairs and other Incidental Expenses of Capitol... 1,990.34
W atchman at Capitol ............................. 1,200.00
Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by State
Treasurer .................................... 1,000.00
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public Inst... 556.46
Postage State Treasurer's Office .......... ....... 600.00
Auditing Department, Comptroller's Office ......... 18,161.48
Salaries State Bank Examiners ................... 10,633.31
Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners ......... 8,084.40














MILITARY DEPARTMENT

Adjutant General's Salary ........................ 4,666.66
National Guard of Florida ........................ 57,275.56
National Guard of Florida, Repairs to Key West
Arm ory ...................................... 1,723.74
National Guard of Florida, Preserving the Peace.... 911.82
National Guard of Florida, Repairs to State Arsenal 10,422.67

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Contingent Expenses Supreme Court .............. 2,755.48
Costs Adjudged Against the State in Civil Cases.... 32.80
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem .................... 1,095.55
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian ................ 350.00
Court Reporters' Salaries ......................... 20,707.60
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in other Circuits.... 728.42
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting on Supreme Court
Bench ........................................ 13.53
Expenses Criminal Judges Sitting in other Counties 85.61
Expenses State Attorneys Acting in other Circuits... 91.81
Electric Lights, Water, Gas, etc., for Supreme Court. 844.80
Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man .............. 600.00
Furnace and Yard Man ............................ 600.00
Messenger for Supreme Court Building ............ 575.00
Jurors and W witnesses ............................ 205,449.24
Salaries Law Clerks Supreme Court ............... 5,250.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports .................. 1,224.41
Purchase Books Supreme Court Library ............. 1,755.56
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice....... 450.00
Salaries Judicial Department ..................... 140,592.62
Salaries Justices Supreme Court .................. 31,166.65
Fuel for Heating ................................. 1,157.83
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices .......... 2,400.00
Salary Assistant Secretary Supreme Court Justices.. 1,900.02
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem .................. 576.00
Repairs Supreme Court Building .................. 230.54

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS

Abstracting Lands Sold for Taxes for Use of Tax As-
sessors ....................................... 3,000.00
Apppropriation for Deficiency in Interest Agricultural
College Fund ..................................... 2,716.00
Citrus Fruit Standard ............................. 2,383.21
Confederate Soldiers Home ....................... 15,923.45
Expenses Collection of Revenue ................... 249,179.48
Expenses Geological Survey ....................... 9,869.05
Expenses of Legislature of 1921 .................... 1,037.69
Expenses of Primary Election ..................... 12,474.21
Farmers Demonstration Work .................... 4,920.00
Florida Industrial School for Boys ................ 84,233.88
Florida Industrial School for Girls ................ 48,904.61
General Printing and Advertising .................. 31,680.47
Hotel Commission ................................ 15,314.72














Interest on Bonded Debt ......................... 18,047.00
Insurance Premium Fund ........................ 9,676.78
Investment Companies ............................ 217.45
Live Stock Sanitary Board, State .................. 43,755.88
Florida State Hospital, Maintenance .............. 462,294.94
Florida State Hospital, Improvements .............. 36,930.69
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists .................... 16,000.00
Printing General Laws .......................... 300.00
Refund on Tax Certificates ....................... 784.02
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission ........ 36,735.31
Salary Shell Fish Commissioner .................. 3,499.92
Salary Clerk Board of Commis. State Institutions... 2,000.01
Salaries Rural School Inspectors .................. 4,000.02
Services Civil Engineer and other Contingent Ex-
penses Assessment of Railroads ............... 2,459.96
State Board of Examiners for Teachers ............ 3,017.76
State Equalizer of Taxes ........................ 12,588.39
State Labor Inspector ............................ 2,561.42
State Marketing Bureau ......................... 26,925.05
State Farm Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded. 94,056.75
Summer Schools ................................ 14,547.44
Teachers Training Department of High Schools..... 2,800.00
Traveling Expenses Rural School Inspectors........ '2,675.42
Traveling Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner ...... 647.07
Royal Palm State Park ........................... 5,000.00
Care Monument Olustee Battle Field ............... 400.00
State Prison Farm, County Taxes ................. 1,938.78
Enlargement of Capitol .......................... 148,222.84
Dade Memorial Park, Sumter Couunty ............. 2,985.00
State Constitutional Convention Memorial Commis. 9,713.92
State School Book Commission ................... 54.00
Natural Bridge Battle Field Park Monument........ 5,000.00
Expenses Budget Commission ..................... 120.00

Total Disbursements for the Year ................$3,292,810.85
Balance, December 31, 1922 ..................... 270,235.26

$3,563,046.11

Balance in the Fund, January 1, 1923...:.........$ 270,235.26















BONDED DEBT OF STATE

THREE PER CENT REFUNDING BONDS OF 1901

Amount 3 per cent Bonds issued in 1901,
exchange for 7 per cent bonds of 1871
under Chapter 4957 ..................$ $267,700.00
One to Agricultural College Fund for....$ 3,900.00
One to East and West Florida Seminary
Fund ................................ 21,000.00
One to State School Fund .............. 242,800.00
$267,700.00

THREE PER CENT REFUNDING BONDS OF 1903 2
Amount 3 per cent Bonds issued in 1903
in exchange for 6 per cent Bonds of
1873, under Chapter 4947 ............ $333,867.00
One to Agricultural College Fund...... $131,900.00
One to East and West Florida Seminary
Fund ................................ 76,600.00
One to State School Fund .............. 125,367.00
$333,867.00
Total bonded debt of the State, Decem-
ber 31st, 1922 ...................... $601,597.00
INTEREST PAID ON PUBLIC DEBT IN 1922
Paid Interest to State School Fund .................$ 11,045.00
Paid Interest to Agricultural College (University of
Florida Fund) .................................... 4,074.00
Paid Interest to Seminary Fund .................... 2,928.00
$ 18,047.00

The Public Debt consists solely of refunded bonds amounting
to $601,567.00, bearing interest at the rate of 3% per annum, all
of which are held by the Educational Funds of the State.

ONE MILL SCHOOL TAX FUND
RECEIPTS IN 1922.
From State taxes ......................................$378,747.29
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions ...... 18,829.12

Total Receipts during year ....................... .. 1$397,576.41
Balance in fund January 1,1922 ...................... 82,526.36
$480,102.77
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement
following ...................................... 397,282.77

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................. $ 82,820.00
NOTE.-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed to the
several counties upon the basis of average school attendance.
















DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
County School Depository:
Feb. 8-Glades County........................ 32819 $ 249.00
Mar. 3-Charlotte County....................... 32807 390.00
Mar. 9-Sarasota County....................... 32847 497.25
Mar. 15-Dixie County.......................... 32813 216.75
Mar. 23-Highlands County...................... 32822 555.00
May 4-Leon County........................... 15810 4,167.80
May 5-Wakulla County........................ 15837 1,376.70
May 6-Holmes County......................... 15804 3,469.70
May 6-Escambia County....................... 15794 9,618.70
May 8-Baker County .......................... 15780 1,518.40
May 8-Gadsden County........................ 15797 5,566.60
May 8-Calhoun County......................... 15785 2,143.70
May 8-Madison County ........ ................ 15813 4,100.20
May 8-Union County......................... 15835 1,613.30
May 8-Hillsborough County ................... 15803 18,839.60
May 8-Monroe County ........................ 15815 6,923.80
May 8-Highlands County ...................... 15802 962.00
May 8-Alachua County ...................... 15779 9,347.00
May 8-Pasco County .......................... 15823 2,064.40
May 8-Volusia County ................;....... 15836 5,194.80
May 8-Seminole County ........................ 15831 2,841.80
May 8-Putnam County ........................ 15826 3,339.70
May 8-Orange County ......................... 15820 4,777.50
May 8-Nassau County ........................ 15817 1,535.30
May 8-St. Johns County ....................... 15827 2,178.80
May 8-Dixie County .......................... 15792 375.70
May 8-Taylor County ......................... 15834 2,000.70
May 8-Lafayette County ...................... 15807 1,368.90
May 8-Citrus County ......................... 15787 1,575.60
May 8-Franklin County ....................... 15796 955.50
May 8-Liberty County ........................ 15812 1,089.40
May 8-Hamilton County ...................... 15799 2,570.10
May 8-Columbia County ....................... 15789 4,347.t0
May 8-Suwannee County ..................... 15833 5,731.70
May 8-Bradford County ....................... 15792 2,167.10
May 8-Jefferson County ...................... 15806 1,878.50
May 8-Duval County .................. ....... 15793 20,004.40
May 8-Lake County .......................... 15808 3,161.60-
May 8-Walton County ........................ 15838 3,081.00
Hay 9-Santa Rosa County ..................... 15829 3,864.90
May 9-Jackson County .......................... 15807 6,619.60
May 10-Bay County ........................... 15781 2,662.40
May 10-Sumter County ......................... 15832 2,259.40
May 10-St. Lucie County. ...................... 15828 1,978.60
May 10-Monroe County ........................ 15816 2,460.90
May 10-Manatee County ....................... 14814 3,489.20
May 10-Clay County ........... .............. 15788 1,184.30
May 10-Pinellas County ........................ 15824 6,199.70
May 10-DeSoto County ......................... 15791 1,758.90
May 10-Levy County ......................... 15811 2,584.40
May 10-Polk County ........................... 15825 11,066.90


















May 10-Hardee County ........................ 15800
May 10-Washington County ................... 15839
May 10-Brevard County .......... ............ 15788
May 10-Palm Beach ............................ 15822
May 10-Broward County ........................ 15784
May 10-Charlotte County ...................... 15786
May 10-Okeechoble County ..................... 15819
May 10-Dade County .......................... 15790
May 10-Glades County ......................... 15798
May 10-Flagler County ......................... 15795
May 11-Lee County ........................... 15809
May 11-Sarasota County ...................... 15830
May 11-Okaloosa County ....................... 15818
May 19-Osceola County ........................ 15821
Aug. 28-Hernando County ...................... 15801
Nov. 4- Leon County .......................... 38810
Nov. 4-Wakulla County ....................... 38837
Nov. 6-Duval County ......................... 38793
Nov. 6-Marion County .......................... 38815
Nov. 6-Columbia County ....................... 38789
Nov. 6-Escambia County ..................... 38794
Nov. 8-Gadsden County ....................... 38797
Nov. 8-Hamilton County ...................... 38799
Nov. 8-Lake County ......................... 38808
Nov. 8-Pasco County ............................ 38823
Nov. 8-Orange County ........................ 38820
Nov. 8-Hardee County ........................ 38800
Nov. 8-Putnam County ..................... 38826
Nov. 8-Nov. 8-Taylor County ................ 38834
Nov. 8-Alachua County ....................... 38779
Nov. 8-Madison County ....................... 38813
Nov. 8-Lafayette County ...................... 38807
Nov. 8- Dixie County .......................... 38792
Nov. 8-Baker County ......................... 38780
Nov. 8- Polk County .......................... 38825
Nov. 8- Clay County ........................... 38788
Nov. 8-Jackson County ....................... 38805
Nov. 8-Citrus County ........................ 38787
Nov. 8--Ilanklin County ..................... 38796
Nov. 8- Liberty County ........................ 38812
Nov. 8-Hillsborough County ................... 38803
Nov. 8-Seminole County ...................... 38831
Nov. 8-Calhoun County ....................... 38785
Nov. 8-Suwannee County ...................... 38833
Nov. 8- St. Johns County ...................... 38827
Nov. 8-Bradford County ............... ........ 28782
Nov. 8- St. Lucie County ....................... 38828
Nov. 8-Washington County ................... 38839
Nov. 8-Nov. 8-Jefferson County ............. 38806
Nov. 8-Palm Beach County .................... 38822
Nov. 8-Brevard County ....................... 38783
Nov. 8-Dade County .......................... 38790
Nov. 8-Flagler County ........................ 38795


Warran


Paid.


In favor of.


t. Amount.

2,739.10
3,281.20
2,091.70
3,404.70
1,298.70
676.00
647.40
8,759.40
431.60
444.60
2,373.80
861.90
2,325.70
1,597.70
1,193.40
3,305.76
1,019.47
15,829.43
5,212.78
2,819.79
7,417.59
4,631.75
1,812.93
2,768.38
1,504.47
4,094.37
2,254.28
2,757.71
1,750.85
7,702.77
3,286.36
950.60
328.83
1,101.92
8,926.91
1,087.37
5,520.27
1,054.39
700.34
733.32
15,612.15
2,309.57
1,778.01
2,750.92
1,875.01
1,599.53
1,577.22
2,644.22
2,206.75
2,927.46
1,568.49
6,587.27
338.53


















Nov. 8-Broward County ...................... 38784 1,089.31
Nov. 8-Okaloosa County .................... .. 38818 2,010.81
Nov. 8-Bay County .......................... 38781 2,017.60
Nov. 8-Walton County ........................ 38838 2,486.11
Nov. 9-Okeechoble County .................... 38819 551.93
Nov. 0-Charloote County ..................... 38786 529.02
Nov. 10-Osecola County ....................... 38821 1,353.15
Nov. 10-Santa Rosa County .................... 38829 2,847.92
Nov. 10-Holmes County ........................ 38804 2,623.85
Nov. 11-Lee County ................................... 38809 1,853.67
Nov. 11-Sarasota County ...................... 38830 713.92
Nov. 11-Nassau County ........................ 38817 1,539.39
Nov. 11- Levy County ......................... 38811 2,126.24
Nov. 11-Manatee County ....................... 38814 2,698.54
Nov. 11-Hernando County ...................... 38801 777.04
Nov. 11- Union County ......................... 38835 1,154.30
Nov 11-DeSoto County ......................... 38791 1,533.57
Nov. 11-Pinellas County ....................... 38824 5,360.22
Nov. 11-Volusia County ........................ 38836 4,324.26
Nov. 11-Monroe County ........................ 38816 2,100.05
Nov. 11-Sumter County ........................ 38832 1,950.67
Nov. 17-Highlands County ...................... 38802 777.94
Dec. 6-Glades County ......................... 38798 462.69

Total disbursements during the year ................ $397,282.77

PENSION TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

From State taxes ................... ................. $1,137,711.61
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions .... 58,840.95

Total receipts account of State taxes ................ $1,196,552.56
Refund of Pension Warrant No. 27482 ..................... 25.00

Total receipts during year ...................... .$1,196,577.56
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .................... 350,637.98

$1,547,215.54
Disbursements during year ................... .......... 1,207,503.60

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................$ 339,711.94


STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

From State taxes ...................................... .$ 95,234.46
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions ....... 5,090.29

Total receipts account of State taxes ............ $100,324.75


Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant. Amount.













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U. S. Government office rent ............................ 5.00
From antirabic treatments ............................... 1,923.21
Refund by Armour & Co. ............................... 68.30
Refund of express charges ................................ 6.42
Refund by Comptroller .................. ............... 1.40
Refunds by Auditor ...................................... 64.20
From Rockefeller Foundation ........................... 1,009.83

Total receipts during year .......................... $103,403.11
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .................... 59,468.47

Disbursements during year .............................. 125,145.32

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................. $ 37,726.26

PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Received from Trustee of the Internal Improvement Fund,
account 25 per cent. sales of public lands ................$ $84,402.07
From securities matured and redeemed ................... 20,500.00

Total receipts during year. ........................ $104,902.07
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .................. .. 41,807.06

$146,709.13
Disbursements during year ............................. 145,935.33

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................... $ 773.80

Note.-The disbursements, as shown in detail below, were for the
purchase of bonds, in which the Principal of the School Fund is in-
vested. The balance at the close of the year represents the uninvested
cash balance of the fund.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.

Bonds of Florida counties, municipalities and districts were pur-
chased during the year as follows:
Jan. 27-$ 2,000 Chipley 5%'s at 83.68 flat ............ $ 1,673.60
Feb. 13- 15,000 Gadsden County 6%'s at par and interest 15,105.00
Feb. 16- 7,000 Baker County (Macclenny) 6%'s at 96
and interest .......................... 6,729.33
Mar. 11- 20,000 Marion County 5%'s at 96 and interest ... 19,394.44
Mar. 15- 20,000 Gadsden County 6%'s at par and interest 20,243.34
Mar. 17- 2,000 Holmes County 6%'s at 97 and interest .. 1,960.33
June 2- 10,000 Levy County 6%'s at 97 and interest .... 9,950.00
Aug. 11- 10,500 Live Oak 5 %'s at 96 and interest ...... 10,139.69
Aug. 12- 21,000 Bradford County 6%'s at 103.68 and int.. 21,912.80
Aug. 22- 10,000 Bradford County 6%'s at 103.14 and int.. 10,399.00
Oct. 23- 20,000 Eustis 6%'s at 104.56 and interest ...... 21,285.33
Oct. 26- 3,000 Haines City 6%'s at 100.88 and interest.. 3,038.70













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Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Oct. 20- 1,000 Haines City 6%'s at 101.07 and Interest 1,014.87
Dec. 23- 3,000 Haines City 6%'s at 101.59 and interest 3,088.70

Total disbursements during the year ................. $145,035.33

SUMMARY OF BONDS PURCHASED DURING YEAR.

Value Interest
Per Cent Par Annual
5 ............................... $ 32,500.00 $ 1,625.00
0 .............................. $112,000.00 6,720.00

$144,500.00 $ 8,345.00


INTEREST OF STATE SCHOOL FUND

Receipts during year as per detailed statement below .....$ 99,789.37
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .................... 71,106.08

$170,895.45
Disbursements during the sear as per detailed statement
below ............................................... 93,137.55

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................$ 77,757.90
NOTE.-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed among the
several counties, upon the basis of average school attendance.
RECEIPTS IN 1922.
(Interest on securities owned by School Fund.)
Jan. 2 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$201,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ................ $ 3,022.50
45,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s ............ 787.50
10,000 Marianna 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 Hillisborough 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 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 (Bay County) 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














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7,000 Jasper 6%'s .......................... 210.00
18,000 Marianna 5%'s ...................... 450.00
10,000 Haines City 7%'s .................... .350.00
12,000 Sumter County 5 %'s ................. 300.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s ................. 300.00
28,000 Gadsden County 6%'s ................. 840.00
35,000 Defunlak Springs 6%'s ................ 1,030.00
12,000 Hernando County 6%'s ................ 360.00
23,000 Perry 5% 's .......................... 575.00
20,000 Suwannee County 8%'s ................ 400.00
242,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 3,642.00
125,367 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 1,880.50
Jan. 17- 8,000 Okaloosa County 6%'s ................ 240.00
Jan. 31-Interest on funds in banks .................... 207.03
Feb. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 40,500 DeSoto County 6%'s ................. 1,215.00
46,000 St. Lucie County 6%'s ................ 1,380.00
20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s ................. 500.00
39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s ............... 975.00
Feb. 18- 8,000 Holmes County 6%'s ................. 240.00
Mar. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 16,000 Lake City 6%'s ....................... 400.00
20,000 Mulberry 0%'s .................... ... 600.00
25,000 Panama City 5%'s (annual) ............ 1,:50.00
20,000 Milton 5%'s .......................... 500.00
2,500 Citra (Marion County) 5%'s ............ 62.50
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s .................. 300.00
110,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ..................... 2,750.00
40,000 Marlanna 6%'s ....................... 1,200.00
43,500 Calhoun County 6%'s .................. 1,305.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s .................. 240.00
20,000, Jackson County 52 %'s ................ 550.00
17,000 Jackson County 6%'s ................. 510.00
Mar. 15 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 50,000 U. S. Fourth Liberty 4j%'s ............ 1,062.50
Apr. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 2,000 Pensacola 41/2%'s ..................... 45.00
30,000 Dade City 4/2%'s ......... ........... 675.00
April. 30-Interest on funds in banks ..................... 353.72
May 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 3,000 St. Johns County 51/%'s .............. 82.50
22,000 Calhoun County 5%/a%'s ................ 605.00
10,000 Citrus County 6%'s .................... 300.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s .................. 240.00
14,000 Jackson County 4%'s (annual) .......... 560.00
40,000 Holmes County 6%'s .................. 1,200.00
Interest on deferred payment of Marianna coupons 10.80
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
6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s .................... 150.00
35,000 Leesburg 6%'s (annual) ................. 2,100.00
















June 10-Interest on deferred payment of Holmes County
couponS ...................................... '7.00
June 13-Interest on deferred payment of Holmes County
5.72
coupons .................................... 5.72
July 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$201,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ................ 3,022.50
5,000 Bartow 5%'s ........................ 125.00
16,000 Bay County 5%'s ..................... 400.00
18,000 Bonifay 6%'s ........................ 540.00
2,000 Chipley 5% 's ......................... 50.00
25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s ................. 625.00
35,000 DeFunlak Springs 6%'s .............. 1,050.00
20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s ................... 500.00
15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ...................... 375.00
63,000 Gadsden County 6%'s ................ 1,665.00
10,000 Haines City 7'%s ..................... 350.00
50,000 Hernando County 5%'s ................ 1,250.00
12,000 Hernando County 6%'s ................. 360.00
20,000 Hllsborough County 4%'s ............. 400.00
10,000 Holmes County 6%'s ................ 300.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s ................. 300.00
30,000 Jasper 5% 's .......................... 1,500.00
7,000 Jasper 6%'s ......................... 210.00
32,000 Lakeland 5%'s ...................... 800.00
11,000 Live Oak 5%'s ...................... 275.00
23,000 Levy County 6%'s ..................... 690.00
50,000 Madison County 5%'s .................. 1,250,00
28,000 Marlanna 5%'s ....................... 700.00
10,000 Marianna 5%'s (annual) .............. 500.00
20,000 Marion County 5%'s ................. 500.00
23,000 Milton 5% 's .......................... 575.00
2,000 Mulberry 6%'s ....................... 60.00
10,000 Newberry 6%'s ...................... 300.00
8,000 Okaloosa 6%'s ......................... 240.00
4,500 Panama City 6%'s .................... 135.00
5,000 Port Tampa 5%'s .......... .......... 125.00
23,000 Perry 5% 's ......................... 575.00
13,000 Pensacola 41/2%'s ..................... 292.50
55,000 Sarasota 5% 's ........................ 1,375.00
12,000 Sumter County 5%'s .................. 300.00
20,000 Suwannee County 8%'s ................ '800.00
5,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ...................... 125.00
26,000 Wauchula 6%'s ...................... 780.00
45,000 Alabama Registered 31/%'s ........... 787.50
242,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 3,642.00
125,367 Florida Refunding 3%'s ................ 1,880.50
July 6-Interest on funds in banks ...................... 530.34
July 15-Interest on $1,500 of DeSoto County 6% Bonds re-
deemed by agreement .......................... 45.00
Aug. 11 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s .................. 500.00
39,000 DeSoto County 6%'s ................... 1,170.00
46,000 St. Lucie County 6%'s ................. 1,380.00













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39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s ................ 975.00
7,000 Baker County 6%'s .................... 210.00
'ept. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 16,000 Lake City 6%'s ..... ..... ..... ..... 400.00
20,000 Mulberry 6%'s ....................... 600.00
20,000 Milton 5%'s ........................... 500.00
2,500 Marion County 5%'s ................. 62.50
20,000 Jackson County 5%%'s ................... 550.00
27,000 Jackson County 6%'s .................. 819.00
110,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ..................... 2,750.00
40,000 Marianna 6%'s ...... ............... 1,200.00
43,500 Calhoun County 6%'s .................. 1,305.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s ................. 240.00
50,000 U. S. Fourth Liberty 41%'s ............ 1,062.50
Oct. 2 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 2,000 Pensacola 4/2%'s ..................... 45.00
3,000 Perry 6% 's .......................... 90.00
30,000 Dade City 4%%'s ..................... 675.00
Oct. 24-Interest on funds in banks ..................... 193.86
Nov. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 10,000 Citrus County 6%'s ................... 300.00
22,000 Calhoun County 5/2%'s .............. 605.00
3,000 St. Johns County 5%/%'s ............. 82.30
40,000 Holmes County 6%'s ................. 1,200.00
8,000Pinellas County 6%'s ............. .... 240.00
20,000 Chipley 5%'s (annual) ............... 1,000.00
Dec. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ..................... 150.00
8,000 Marion County 5%'s .................. 200.00
30,000 Arcadia 5%'s ......................... 750.00
35,000 Washington County 6%'s .............. 1,050.00

Total receipts during year ......................... $ 99,789.37
NOTE.-All Local Securities owned by the Fund are obligations of
Florida counties, municipalities or districts.

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1022.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
County School Depository:
Feb. 3- County of Leon ......................... 3822 $ 1,763.30
Feb. 6-County of Jackson ...................... 8817 2,800.60
Feb. --County of Columbia ...................... 3801 1,839.20
Feb. 6-County of Bradford ..................... 3794 916.85
Feb. 6-County of Duval ........................ 3805 8,463.40
Feb. 6-County of Hamilton ..................... 3811 1,087.35
Feb. 6-County of Alachua ...................... 3791 3,954.50
Feb. 6-County of Madison ...................... 3825 1,734.70
Feb. 0- County of Baker ........................ 1792 642.40
Feb. 8-County of Wakulla .................... 3849 582.45
Feb. 8- County of Flagler ....................... 3807 188.10
Feb. 8-County of Suwannee. .................... 3845 2,424.95
Feb. 8-County of Marion ....................... 3827 2,929.30


















Feb. 8-County of Lake ....................... 3820 1,337.60
Feb. 8-County of Seminole ...................... 3843 1,202.30
Feb. 8-County of Bay ......................... 3703 1,126.40
Feb. 8-County of Santa Rosa ............... 3841 1,635.15
Feb. 8-County of Eseambia ................... 3806 4,069.45
Feb. 8-County of Clay ........................ 3800 501.05
Feb. 8-County of Volusia ...................... 3848 2,197.80
Feb. 8-County of Taylor ...................... 3846 846.45
Feb. 8-County of Dixie ......................... 3804 158.95
Feb. 8-County of Citrus ........................ 3799 666.60
Feb. 8-County of Hardee ....................... 3812 1,158.85
Feb. 8-County of Calhoun ...................... 3797 906.95
Feb. 8-County of Gadsden ...................... 3809 2,355.10
Feb. 8-County of Pasco .....................'... 3835 873.40
Feb. 8-County of DeSoto ...................... 3803 744.15
Feb. 8-County of Charlotte ..................... 3798 286.00
Feb. 8-County of Putnam ...................... 3838 1,412.95
Feb. 8-County of Dade ......................... 3802 3,705.90
Feb. 8-County of Franklin ...................... 3808 404.25
Feb. 8-County of Jefferson ...................... 3818 794.75
Feb. 9-County of Holmes ....................... 3816 1,467.95
Feb. 9-County of Washington ................... 3851 1,388.20
Feb. 9-County of Okeechobie .................... 3831 273.90
Feb. 9-County of Hillsborough .................. 3815 7,970.60
Feb. 9-County of Orange ....................... 3832 2,021.25
Feb. 9-County of Sarasota ....................... 3842 364.65
Feb. 9-County of Liberty ....................... 3824 460.90
Feb. 9-County of Lafayette ..................... 3819 579.15
Feb. 9-County of Sumter ....................... 3844 955.90
Feb. 10-County of Okaloosa ...................... 3830 983.95
Feb. 10-County of Broward ...................... 3796 549.45
Feb. 10-County of St. Lucie ..................... 3840 837.10
Feb. 10-County of Palm Beach ................... 3834 1,440.45
Feb. 10-County of Manatee ...................... 3826 1,476.20
Feb. 10- County of Lee .......................... 3821 1,004.30
Feb. 10-County of Glades ........................ 3810 182.60
Feb. 10-County of St. Johns ..................... 3829 921.80
Feb. 10-County of Union ....................... 3847 682.55
Feb. 10-County of Osceola ....................... 3833 675.95
Feb. 11-County of Walton ....................... 3850 1,303.50
Feb. 11-County of Pinellas ...................... 3836 2,622.05
Feb. 11-County of Monroe ...................... 3828 1,041.15
Feb. 11-County of Nassau ...................... 3829 649.55
Feb. 11-County of Hernando ..................... 3813 504.90
Feb. 13-County of Brevard ...................... 3795 884.95
Feb. 13- County of Polk ......................... 3837 4,682.15
Feb. 13-County of Highlands .................... 3814 407.00
Feb. 13- County of Levy ......................... 3823 1,093.40

Total disbursements during year .....................$ 93,137.55


Paid.


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STATE PRISON FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

From State taxes ....................................... 142,046.42
From Comptroller, account tax certificates redemptions...... 7,060.02

Total receipts on account of State taxes............... $149,107.34
Receipts from State Prison Farm .......................... 41,226.43
Fire losses collected ..................................... 750.00

Total receipts during year .......................... .$191,083.77
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ..................... 20,622.32

$220,706.09
Disbursements during year ............................... 140,376.86

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ..................$ 80,239.23



RAILROAD COMMISSION FINES FUND

Receipts during year .................................... $ 200.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ............................. 363.00

$ 563.00
Disbursements during year .............................. .....

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 563.00



SHELL FISH FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Receipts under Chapter 6532, Laws of Florida ...............$ 34,574.21
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ....................... 8,093.35

$ 42,667.56
Disbursements during year ........................ ....... 32,629.56

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 10,038.00



TEACHERS EXAMINATION FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1022.

Receipts under Chapter 7372, Laws of Florida ...............$ 19,532.50
Receipts from certificates upon diplomas .................. 610.50
Receipts from substitute certificates (under Chapter 8541,
Acts of 1921) ...................................... 680.58
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Total receipts during year ........................... $ 10,823.iS
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 2.51

$ 10,826.09
Disbursementts during year ............................... 10,197.05

Balance in fund December 31, 1922.................... $ 029.04



STATE ROAD TAX FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

From State taxes ...................................... $ 380,445.29
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions .... 17,532.66

Total receipts account of state taxes ................$ 397,977.95
Refund by State Road Department ....................... 583,545.45

Total receipts during year .......................... $ 981,523.40
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .................... 76,977.87

$1,058,501.27
Disbursements during year ............................ 924,024.34

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. $ 134,476.0):



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE COUNTY ROAD FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ............ ..............$322,039.05
Receipts during year .................................... .........

$322,039.05
Disbursements during year ................................ 243,879.81

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 78.159.24



MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE MAINTENANCE FUND

Rcceiptst during year ................................... $ 71,623.51
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .......................... .. 39,047.57

$110,671.08
Disbursements during 'year .............................. 86,844.78

Balance in fund December.31, 1922 ................... .$ 23,826.30













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MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE EXPENSE FUND

Receipts during year .................................... $ 92.414.23
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ................... ........ 18,104.21

$100,518.44
Disbursements during year ............................... 64,251.80

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. $ 46,2i0.6i




FLORIDA NATIONAL FOREST FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government ........ $ 0,201.73
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .......................... .......

$ 6,201.73
Disbursements during year .............................. 6,201.73

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




ASYLUM PATIENTS TRUST FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1923 ........................... $ 2.453.21
Receipts during year ..................................... .......

$ 2,4533.21
Disbursements during year ........................... .......

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 2.453.21




EVERGLADES DRAINAGE SINKING FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Interest on bonds owned by fund ........................ $ 300.00
Interest on funds in banks .............................. 932.36
Transfer from Drainage Tax Fund in order to redeem matured
Everglades Drainage Bonds .......................... 100,000.00

Total receipts during year ............................ .$101,232.36
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 1,038.26

$102,270.02
Disbursementts during year .............................. 100,000.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. $ 2,270.62












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FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND
Receipts during year from United Stattes Government....... $842,965.84
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... .66,231.48

$909,197.32
Disbursements during year .............................. 670,365.37

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. $238,831.95



CHAMBERLAIN-KAHN HEALTH FUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ........................$ 1.40
Receipts during year .................................... ..

1.40
Disbursements during year ............................... 1.40

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



GASOLINE INSPECTION FUND
Receipts during year under Chapter 7905, Laws of Florida.... $104,244.37
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 81,673.13

$185,917.50
Disbursements during year (including $80,803.14 transferred to
State Highway Fund) ................................ 93,278.52

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .....................$ 92,638.08



STATE HIGHWAY FUND
Receipts during year: Transferred from Gasoline Inspection
Fund .............................................. $ 80,803.14
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 8.67

$ 80,811.81
Disbursements during year .............................. 10,075.63

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 70,736.18



STATE BOARD OF NURSES FUND
Receipts during year under Chapter 7831, Laws of Florida...$ 2,944.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 67.51

$ 3,011.51
Disbursements during year ............................... 2,385.15

Balance in fund December 31. 1922 ................... $ 626.36












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GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Receipts from School ................... ................. $ 2,320.92
Fee for tapping water main owned by school ................ 25.00

Total receipts during year ........................... .$ 2,345.92
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 4,730.82

$ 7,076.74
Disbursements during year ............................... ...

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................... $ 7,076.74




BOYS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL irUND

Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ......................$ 390.34
Receipts from School during year ......................... .....

$ 396.34
Disbursements during year .............................. 389.91

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. $ 6.35




AUTOMOBILE REFUND FUND

Receipts during year from auto licenses ....................$ ..
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 182.00

$ 182.00
Disbursements during year ................................ 14.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................... $ 168.00



FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL SPECIAL MAINTE-
NANCE FUND

Receipts from Hospital during year ........................ .$ 20,445.87
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ......................... 13,35.42

$ 33,805.29
Disbursements during year ................................ ........

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ...................... 33,805.29















FLORIDA BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS
FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 7892, Laws- of Florida.... $ 730.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1022 ...................... 21.30

$ 751.30
Disbursements during year .............................. .. .674.33

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 76.97



FLORIDA FARM COLONY EPILEPTIC AND FEEBLE-
MINDED INCIDENTAL FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Receipts on account of pay patients ........................ $ 782.3:)
Refund by S. A. L. Ry. Co. account construction of side track.. 584.31

Total receipts during year ............................ $ 1,366.61
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 1,096.40

$ 2,463.07
Disbursements during year ................................

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................... $ 2,463.07



STATE ROAD LICENSE FUND-GASOLINE

Receipts during year under Chapter 8411, Laws of Florida.... $601,500.76
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ...................... 78,853.48

$680,363.24
Disbursements during year ................................ 421,647.62

Balance in fund December 31, 1022 .................. .$258,715.62



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

(Interest on securities 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 42%'s ................. 237.50













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July 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 8,000 Lakeland 5%'s ........................ 200.00
131,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 1,978.50
3,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s .............. 58.50
July 27-Comptroller's Warrant to cover deficiency in in-
terest, as provided under Sec. 623, Revised General
Statutes ...................................... 2,716.00
Dec. 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:
$ 10,000 U. S. Victory 42%'s ................... 237.50
Dec. 15-Redemption of U. S. Victory 43%'s (said funds to
be reinvested) ................................. 10,000.00

Total receipts during year ..................... $ 17,065.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ................ 2,080.50

$ 19,745.50
Disbursements during year ............................... 5,426.66
Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................... $ 14,318.84

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1022.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 21-W. B. Hathaway, salary ................. 2101 270.00
Jan. 21-J. N. Anderson, salary ................... 2006 360.00
Jan. 23- J. P. Little, salary ...................... 2103 125.00
Jan. 23-L. M. Bristol, salary .................... 2008 340.00
Jan. 23-W. Newell, salary....................... 2000 16.66
Jan. 25-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 2102 75.00
Jan. 25-H1. O. Enwall, salary .................... 2100 300.00
Jan. 27- C. L. Crow, salary ....................... 2097 340.00
Apr. 22-J. N. Anderson, salary .. ........ .....14104 360.00
Apr. 22-J. E. Turlington, salary ................. 14107 340.00
Apr. 22-A. L. Shealy, salary ..................... 14108 340.00
Apr.- 24-W. L. Floyd, salary ...................... 1410 350.00
May I-A. J. Strong, salary .....................14109 300.00
May 1-C. L. Crow, salary ...................... 14105 340.00
May 16-A.*L. Shealy, salary ..................... 17400 120.84
May 25-J. E. Turlington, salary ................17408 340.00
July 29-Karl T. Steik, salary .....................25010 237.50
Oct. 18-J. N. Anderson, salary ............... 36315 360.00
Oct. 19-J. W. Norman, salary ....................36316 360.00
Oct. 19-Wllmon Newell, salary ................... 36317 16.66
Oct. 20-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 36318 75.00
Oct. 21-II. F. Hamilton, salary ..................36310 60.00

Total disbursements during year ..................... $ 5,426.66













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INTEREST OF SEMINARY FUND

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

(Interest on securities 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 31/%%'s ..........
76,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ..............
21,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ...............
July 1 Semi-Annual Interest On:


223.00
112.50
87.50
262.50
1,149.00
315.00


$ 9,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ....;................ 225.00
7,500 Virginia Century 3%'s ............... 112.50
3,500 Quincy, Fla., 5% 's ...................... 87.50
15,000 Alabama Registred 31/%'s ........... 262.50
76,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 1,149.00
21,000 Florida Refunding 3%'s ............... 315.00

Total receipts during year .................... $ 4,303.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ................. 5,845.88

$ 10,148.88
Disbursements during year ............................... 2,154.62

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................... $ 7,994.26

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.
Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 23-R. S. Cockrell, salary .................... 2016 340.00
Jan. 23-J. H. Moore, salary ...................... 2016 340.00
Jan. 25-J. M. Leake, salary ...................... 2017 340.00
Apr. 24-Sergt. E. A. Kopp, salary ................ 14285 37.50
Apr. 24-C. W. Crandall, salary ................... 14279 340.00
Apr. 24-C. H. Willoughby, salary ................ 14278 340.00
Apr. 24- E. E. Cook, salary ......................14280 14.00
Apr. 24-R. T. Burr, salary ......................14282' 12.80
Apr. 26-R. P. Perkins, salary ......................14284 6.92
Apr. 29-J. C. Babson, salary .................... 14281 0.00
May 1-C. E. Morgan, salary ....................14283 14.40
May 1-H. R. Trustier. salary ................... 14277 360.00

Total disbursements during year ...................... $ 2,154.62



HATCH EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government .......$ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ..................... 2,027.51

$ 17,027.51
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement below .. 15,220.38
Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ................. .$ 1,807.13














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DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 2-MacMillan Co., books ................... 37912 2.49
Jan. 3-Rockefeller Institute for Medlcan Research,
books, etc. ............................. 37910 12.00
Jan. 6-Entomological News, subscription ........ 37911 2.50
Jan. 21- J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 1878 '175.00
Jan. 21-H. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 1883 12.50
Jan. 21-W. E. Staples, salary .................. 1880 90.00
Jan. 21-0. F. Berger, salary ..................... 1882 22.22
Jan. 21-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ................ 1888 83.34
Jan. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 1903 43.02
Jan. 21-U. G. Umlauf, salary ................... 1884 100.00
Jan. 23-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................... 1892 38.00
Jan. 23-Thomas Co., supplies ................... 1895 1.20
Jan. 26-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 1902 7.38
Jan. 23-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 1887 16.66
Jan. 23- R. Newall, salary ...................... 1885 41.67
Jan. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 1889 25.00
Jan. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies .......... 1803 1.88
Jan. 23-Gainesville Daily News, advertising ...... 1890 3.30
Jan. 23-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 1877 183.34
Jan. 23-Western Union Tel. Co., telegram ........ 1898 .56
Jan. 25-Daily and Semi-Weekly Sun, advertising .. 1891 1.35
Jan. 25-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 1879 75.00
Jan. 26-K. II. Graham, salary ................... 1886 16.66
Jan. 26-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 1881 38.89
Jan. 27-McGraw-Hill Book Co., book ............. 1899 6.00
Jan. 30-University of Chicago Press, subscription .. 1900 8.10
Jan. 30-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., chemicals ..... 1894 15.23
Feb. 1-American Chemical Society, subscription .. 1896 15.00
Feb. 11-American Assn. Economical Entomologists,
subscription ............................ 1901 3.50
Feb. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 6334 38.89
Jan. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ...... 6348 66.09
Feb. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 6358 3.07
Feb. 23-R. McQuarrie, salary .................... 6340 16.67
Feb. 23-R. Newhall, salary ..................... 6338 41.66
Feb. 23-R. Stoutamire, salary .................... 6342 25.00
Feb. 23-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer... 6349 37.51
Feb. 23-W. E. Stokes, salary .................... 6333 90.00
Feb. 23- J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 6331 275.00
Feb 23-Wilmon Newell, salary ................. 6330 183.33
Feb. 23-G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 6337 100.00
Feb. 23-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 6335 22.22
Feb. 23-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 6336 12.50
Feb. 25-Jos. J. Seykora, sundries ............... 6353 11.50
Feb. 25-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 6345 42.00
Feb. 25-Avis Rockwell, salary ................... 6341 83.33
Feb. 25-Batey-Fleming Co., feed ................. 6346 47.00
Feb. 25-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ............ 6351 57.00
Feb. 25-Lewis-Chitty Co., feed ................... 6357 36.00
Feb. 25-Mrg. Herbert Williams, service ......... 6343 20.00

















Paid.


In favor of.


Warran


Feb. 27-Harrison G. Dyar, subscription .......... 6356
Feb. 27-The Thomas Co., supplies ............... 6354
Feb. 27-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 0332
Feb. 27-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 6359
Feb. 27-K. H. Graham, salary ................... 6339
Feb. 28-Princeton University, book .............. 6357
Mar. 3-Baker & Company, Inc., repairs ......... 6350
Mar. 7-American Pigeon Journal, book .......... 6344
Mar. 7-A. H. Thomas Co., sundries ............ 6352
Mar. 20-The Entomological Society of Ontario,
Sundries .............................. 6355
Mar. 22-G. Umlauf, salary ..................... 10193
Mar. 22-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 10191
Mar. 22-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 10192
Mar. 22-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ................ 10197
Mar. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 10208
Mar. 22- J. M. Scott, salary ........:............ 10187
Mar. 23-Wilmon Newell, salary ................. 10186
Mar. 23-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer 10199
Mar. 23-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 10188
Mar. 23-R. Stoutamire, salary ................... 10198
Mar. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 10190
Mar. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ...... 10103
Mar. 23-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 16196
Mar. 24-Lumber Mfg. Co., lumber ............... 10204
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 10207
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, salary .................... 10194
Mar. 25-Baird Hardware Co., sundries .......... 102.01
Mar. 27-Arthur II. Thomas Co., sundries ....... 102.00
Mar. 28-Baker & Company, Inc., sundries ........ 10202
Mar. 28-W. E. Stokes, salary .................. 10189
Mar. 29 K. H. Graham, salary .................. .. 10195
Mar. 31-Dodd, Meod & Co., books ................ 10200
Apr. 4-Cambridge Entomological Club, suscription 10205
Apr. 22- 0. F. Burger, salary .................... 14065
Apr. 22-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 14067
Apr. 22- J. I. Scott, salary .................... 14062
Apr. 22-A. W. Rockwell, salary ................. 14072
Apr. 22-W. B. Stokes, salary ................... 14066
Apr. 24-R. F. McQuarrie, salary ................ 14071
Apr. R. Newhall, salary ......................... 14069
Apr. 24-Ralph Stoutamire, salary .............. 14073
Apr. 24-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 14063
Apr. 24-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 14064
Apr. 24-Wilmon Newell, salary ................... 14061
Apr. 24-KI. II. Graham, bills paid ............... 14081
Apr. 26-G. Umlauf, salary ...................... 14068
Apr. 24-Fruitlands Co., service ................. 14076
Apr. 27-K. H. Graham, salary .................... 14070
Apr. 29-City Treasurer, Gainesville, telephone line 14074
Apr. 29-Municipal W. I. & P. Co., lights, etc. ..... 14077
May 1-F. A. Hagen, bills paid ................ 14075
May 1-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................. 14079


t. Amount.

3.00
.60
75.00
86.37
16.67
1.04
4.85
1.60
4.17

2.00
100.00
22.22
12.50
83.33
18.60
275.00
183.33
34.52
75.00
25.00
38.80
18.56
16.66
3.25
1.16
41.67
3.58
22.24
32.50
90.00
16.67
7.07
2.00
22.22
12.50
275.00
83.34
90.00
16.67
41.67
25.00
75.00
38.89
183.34
62.95
100.00
9.02
16.67
40.50
15.52
6.40
1.00

















Paid.


In favor of.


May 1-Baker & Company, Inc., sundries ..........
May 9-New York Entomological Society, subscription
May 16-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ................
May 10- J. M. Scott, salary .....................
May 16-K. II. Grahom, auditor, salary ...........
May 16-W. E. Stokes, salary ...................
May 16-0. F. Burger, traveling expenses .........
May 16-0. F. Burger, salary ..................
May 17-J. M. Scott, traveling expenses ..........
May 17-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expenses ......
May 17-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ..................
May 17-R. McQuarrie, salary ...................
May 17-R. Stoutamire, salary ...................
May 17-A. W. Leland, salary ...................
May 17-J, M. Coleman, salary ...................
May 17-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ..........
May 17- A. II. Beyer, salary ....................
May 18-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ...............
May 18-K. H. Graham, traveling expenses .......
May 18-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., telegrams ...
May 18-American Products Corporation, seed ....
May 19-Gainesvllle Electrical Supply Co., sundries
May 19-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ...........
May 20-R. Newhall, salary .....................
May 20-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., chemical ......
May 20-Diamond Ice Co., ice ..................
May 22-W. G. Wells, traveling expense ...........
May 22-Wilmon Newell, salary ..................
May 24-Assn. of Official Agricultural Chemists,
subscription ............................
May 25- G. Umlauf, salary .......................
May 25-Brooklyn Entomological Society, book ....
June 17-J. M. Scott, traveling expense ............
June 17- J. M. Scott, salary ......................
June 19-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer...
June 19-W. E. Stokes, salary ....................
June 19-Avis W. Rockwell, salary .................
June 19-0. F. Burger, salary ....................
June 19-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ..................
June 19-R. McQuarrie, salary ..................
June 19-R. McQuarrie, salary ...................
June 21-A. W. Leland, salary ...................
June 21- R. Newhall, salary ......................
June 21-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ........
June 21-J. M. Coleman, salary .................
June 21-J. M. Coleman, traveling expense .........
June 21-K. H. Graham, salary ...................
June 21-F. Stoutamire, salary ..................
June 21-Wilmon Newell, salary ..................
June 21-A. H. Beyer, salary .....................
June 24-McGraw-IIll Book Co., Inc., books .......
June 24-H. B. Smith Co., sundries ..............
June 28-M. P. Henneman, services ...............


1


Warrant. Amount.

14078 37.06
1080 2.00
17255 83.33
17245 275.00
17253 16.66
,17247 90.00
17261 27.53
17249 22.22
17258 8.29
17259 63.56
17248 38.89
17254 16.67
17256 25.00
17246 75.00
17257 150.00
17262 4.08
17250 12.50
17263 1.00
17960 93.58
17264 1.18
17268 60.00
17269 2.50
17270 3.36
17252 41.67
17271 22.55
17265 10.00
17260 29.17
17244 183.33

17267 4.00
17251 100.00
17266 1.50
21643 5.54
21630 275.00
21646 2.41
21632 90.00
21639 83.33
21634 22.23
21645 27.16
21638 16.67
21633 38.89
21631 75.00
21636 41.66
21649 58.71
21641 150.00
21644 5.29
21637 16.66
21640 25.00
21629 183.33
21635 12.50
21647 2.55
21642 135.60
21648 21.95













76

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
July 17-J. M. Coleman, salary .................. 24872 150.00
July 17-0. F. Burger, traveling expense ........... 24873 8.04
July 17-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 24865 22.23
July 17-Avis W. Rockwell, salary ................ 24870 83.34
July 17-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 248.66 12.50
July 17-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 24868 16.67
July 18-W. E. Stokes, salary .................... 24863 90.00
July 19-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................... 24864 38.00
July 19-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ........ 24885 36.72
July 19-R. W. Ruprecht, bills paid ............... 24885 4.99
July 19-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 24862 75.00
July 19-Weaver's Steam Laundry, service ........ 24887 3.50
July 19- J. M. Scott salary ...................... 24861 275.00
July 19-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ....... 24893 72.29
July 19-University Book Store, sundries .......... 24881 7.96
July 19-American-Agricultural Chemical Co., fer-
tilizer .................. ............... 24888 66.24
July 20-Eureka Supply Co., sundries .............. 24878 21.00
July 20-R. McQuarrie, salary .................... .24869 16.66
July 20-R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 24892 5.10
July 20-R. C. Padgett & Co., sundries ............ 24877 27.75
July 20- R. Newell, salary ....................... 24867 41.67
July 20-Gainesville Furniture Co., furniture ...... 24882 11.75
July 20-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 24874 9.64
July 21-Lewis-Chitty, Consolidated, sundries ...... 24889 4.06
July 21-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries.. 25854 6.00
July 21-Eimer & Amend, sundries ................ 24891 67.44
July 24-Milton P. Henneman, service ............ 24880 430.25
July 24-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............. 25870 107.77
July 26-S. B. Smith Co., sundries. ................ 24879 34.10
July 26-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., tolls .......... 24883 .90
July 26-A. N. Hoofnagle, service ................ 24876 11.25
July 28-R. Stoutamire, salary ................... 24871 25.00
July 31-New York Botanical Garden, sundries ...... 24884 24.00
Aug. 4-Seminole Phosphate Co., phosphate ........ 24890 12.50
Aug. 21-J. L. Penny, service .................... 24875 25.00
Aug. 24-E. Newhall, salary ..................... 29365 50.00
Aug. 24-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 29363 75.00
Aug. 24-1H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........... 29377 6.92
Aug. 24-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 29372 12.50
Aug. 24-Avis Rockwell, salary .................. 29368 83.33
Aug. 24-W. E. Stokes, salary .................... 29364 123.33
Aug. 24-J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 29362 275.00
Aug. 24-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 29373 33.33
Aug. 25-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 29370 33.33
Aug. 25-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 293.67 16.66
Aug. 25-Wilmon Newell, salary ................. 29361 183.33
Aug. 26-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ........ 29379 4.75
Aug. 30-The Century Co., book................... 29374 1.74
Aug. 31-K. H. Graham, Auditor, salary ........... 29366 16.66
Sept. 1-F. G. Bending, salary .................. 29371 33.33
Sept. 4-Fruitlands Co., sundries ................ 29376 13.15
Sept. 4-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 29369 25.00
Sept. 13-University of Florida Book Store, sundries. 29378 .80
















Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant


Sept. 18-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................ 32255
Sept. 18--R.. W. Ruprecht, salary ............... 32256
Sept. 20-Wilmon Newell, salary ................. 32247
Sept. 20- J. M. Scott, salary ..................... 32248
Sept. 20-W. E. Stokes, salary ..................... 32250
Sept. 20-A. II. Beyer, salary .................... 32258
Sept. 20-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 32257
Sept. 20-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 32264
Sept. 20- R. Newhall, salary ..................... 32251
Sept. 21-K. II. Graham, salary .................. 32252
Sept. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 32253
Sept. 21-A. W. Leland, salary .................. 32249
Sept. 23-P. Blakiston's Son & Co., sundries ....... 32262
Sept. 25-G. E. Stechert & Co., sundries ........... 32263
Sept. 26-Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research
sundries ............................. 29375
Sept. 27-The MacMillan Co., sundries ............ 32260
Sept. 27-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., sundries ....... 32259
Sept. 28-The Nature Publishing Co., sundries ...... 32261
Oct. 4-Avis Rockwell, salary ................... 32254
Oct. 18-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 36816
Oct. 18-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 36827
Oct. 18- J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 36817
Oct. 18-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 36826
Oct. 18- L. B. Long, salary ..................... 36141
Oct. 19-Avis Rockwell, salary ................... 36823
Oct. 19-W. E. Stokes, salary ..................... 36819
Oct. 20-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ........ 36139
Oct. 20-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................. 36825
Oct. 20-A. W. Leland, salary .................... 36818
Oct. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................ 36824
Oct. 21-K.IOct. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary ......... 36822
Oct. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 36142
Oct. 23- R. Newell, salary ................... .. 36820
Oct. 25-The Nature Publishing Co., sundries...... 35140
Oct. 26-K. I. Graham, salary .................. 36821
Nov. 21-Gertrude Rockwell, salary ............... 40800
Nov. 21-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 40788
Nov. 21- J. M. Scott, salary ..................... 40789
Nov. 21-W. E. Stokes, salary ................... 40701
Nov. 21-Harriet E. Merritt, salary ............. 40801
Nov. 21-0. F. Burger, salary ................... 40797
Nov. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 40809
Nov. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ....... 40807
Nov. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 40796
Nov. 22-A. W. Leland, salary ................... 40790
Nov. 22-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer.. 40806
Nov. 22-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 40798
Nov. 23-H. Mowry, salary ...................... 40799
Nov. 23-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 40794
Nov. 23- R. Newell, salary ...................... 40792
Nov. 23-H. S. Bonnell, service .................. 40808
Nov. 23-Sweet Water Mills, feed ................ 40804


t. Amount.

25.00
33.33
183.33
275.00
123.33
12.50
33.33
1.73
50.00
S16.67
16.67
75.00
3.20
14.71

13.00
9.92
9.29
7.07
83.33
183.34
12.50
275.00
33.34
90.00
83.34
123.34
0.60
33.34
75.00
25.00
16.67
95.89
50.00
5.90
16.67
22.00
183.33
275.00
123.33
90.00
33.33
3.15
24.36
33.33
75.00
147.66
12.50
100.00
16.66
50.00
59.15
121.00














78

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Nov. 23-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., sundries.. 40802 2.16
Nov. 24-D. Van Nostrand Co., sundries ............ 40803 3.60
Nov. 25-K. II. Graham, Auditor, salary ........... 40793 16.60
Nov. 28-Tennant & Ward, sundries .............. 40805 2.90
Dec. 18-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 40795 25.00
Dec. 18-Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co., typewriter.. 45080 84.00
Dec. 18-A.. W. Lland, salary .................... 45068 75.00
Dec. 18-J. MI. Coleman, traveling expense ......... 45081 37.21
Dec. 18-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 45074 33.33
Dec. 18-W., E. Stokes, salary ................... 45069 123.33
Dec. 18*- J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 45007 275.00
Dec. 20-K. H. Graham, Auditor, salary ........... 45071 16.67
Dec. 20-0. F. Burger, salary .............. ...... 45075 33.33
Dec. 20-Harriett E. Merritt, salary .............. 45079 65.00
Dec. 20-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 45066 183.53
Dec. 20-Gertrude Rockwell, salary ............... 45078 30.00
Dec. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................ 45073 25.00
Dec. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary .................... 45072 16.67
Dec. 21-H. Mowry, salary ...................... 45077 100.00
Dec. 21-R. Newhall, salary ...................... 45070 50.00
Dec. 21-The Thomas Co., sundries ................ 45086 3.25
Dec. 26-John Wiley & Sons Co., sundries .......... 45083 3.80
Dec. 26-Entomological News, subscription ........ 45082 2.50
Dec. 26-Blakeston's Son & Co., sundries .......... 45085 3.40
Dec. 28-A. H. Beyer, service .................... 45076 12.50
Dec. 30-Nature Publishing Co., sundries .......... 45084 10.9

Total disbursements during year ................. .$15,220.38




ADAMS EXPERIMENT STATION FUND



Receipts during year from United States Government........ $ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 ..................... 1,527.02

$ 16,527.02
Disbursements during year as per itemized statement below... 15,076.45

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. .$ 1,450.57



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 21-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 1909 137.50
Jan. 21-J. R. Watson, salary .................... 1904 250.00
Jan. 21-W. G. Wells, traveling expense ............ 1912 26.20
Jan. 21-W. G. Wells, salary ..................... 1906 100.00
Jan. 21-0. F. Burger, traveling expense ........... 1911 30.94















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 21-0. F. Burger, salary ..................... 1907 244.45
Jan. 21- W. L. Tooke, service ..................... 1926 6.63
Jan. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 1928 12.07
Jan. 23-Glen St. Mary Nurseries, plants .......... 1923 8.37
Jan. 23-C. E. Bell, salary ...................... 1905 150.00
Jan. 23- S. B. Kesler, sundries .................. 1917 1.50
Jan. 23-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity ... 1916 5.20
Jan. 21- R. Newhall, bills paid ................... 1927 3.43
Jan. 23-Jos. J. Seykora, sundries ................ 1924 1.30
Jan. 23-Diamond Ice Co., ice ................... 1922 10.00
Jan. 23-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ........ 1919 1.66
Jan. 23-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams ... 1921 1.07
Jan. 25-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 1915 .50
Jan. 26-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 1908 194.45
Jan. 26-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expenses ...... 1910 20.61
Jan. 26-Vidal Drug Co., sundries ................ 1918 3.40
Jan. 27-Elmer & Amend, sundries ................ 1925 25.25
Jan. 30-Geo. L. Carlton, service ................. 1920 32.75
Jan. 30-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., sundries ....... 1913 12.40
Feb. 14-Williams & Williams, books .............. 1914 10.00
Feb. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ........ 6366 35.60
Feb. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 6364 194.44
Feb. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 6377 6.05
Feb. 23-J. R. Watson, salary .................... 6360 250.00
Feb. 23-W. G. Wells, salary .................... 6362 100.00
Feb. 23-0. F. Burger, traveling expense .......... 6374 56.11
Feb. 23-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 6363 244.44
Feb. 23-A. II. Beyer, salary ..................... 6365 137.50
Feb. 25-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity .... 6372 10.10
Feb. 25-Diamond Ice Co., ice .................... 6367 10.00
Feb. 25-Gainesville Coca Cola Co., sundries ...... 6376 15.50
Feb. 25-Gainesville Gas Co., gas ................ 6373 .50
Feb. 27- W. J. Fowler, fuel oil ............. ..... 6369 7.80
Feb. 27- C. E. Bell, salary ...................... 6361' 150.00
Feb. 27-The Thomas Co., sundries ............... 6368 6.50
Feb. 27-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................ 6378 14.35
Mar. 2-A. II. Thomas Co., sundries ............. 6375 3.18
Mar. 3-Norton Company, sundries .............. 6370 4.35
Mar. 4-Baker Chemical Co., sundries ............. 6371 18.70(
Mar. 22-A. II. Beyer, salary ..................... 10214 137.50
Mar. 22-A. H. Beyer, traveling expense .......... 10218 71.90
Mar. 22-0. F. Burger, salary ...................... 10212 244.44
Mar. 22-J. R. Watson, salary ................... 10209 250.00
Mar. 22-W. G. Wells, salary ................... 10211 100.00
Mar. 22-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 10223 36.28
Mar. 23-Weaver's Steam Laundry, laundry ........ 10220 1.81
Mar. 23-C. E. Bell, traveling expense ............ 10217 29.17
Mar. 23- C. E. Bell, salary ..................... 10210 150.00
Mar. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ...... 10216 42.43
Mar. 23-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 10213 194.44
Mar. 24-Glen St. Mary Nurseries, trees ........... 10219 20.70
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid .... ............. 10222 1.70
Mar. 30-Eimer & Amend, sundries ............... 10221 147.78
Apr. 10-W. F. Lawless, supplies .................. 10215 2.50















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Apr. 22-J. R. Watson, salary .................... 14082 250.00
Apr. 22-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 14086 244.44
Apr. 22-0. F. Burger, traveling 'expense .......... 14091 36.90
Apr. 22-A. H. Beyer, salary .................... 14087 137.50
Apr. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 14092 3.44
Apr. 24- C. E. Bell, salary ...................... 14083 150.00
Apr. 24-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 14085 194.44
Apr. 24-W. G. Wells, salary .................... 14084 100.00
Apr. 24-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ........ 14093 9.00
Apr. 28-A. II. Thomas Co., sundries .............. 14089 7.91
Apr. 20-Municipal W. L. & P. Co., lights .......... 14090 10.06
May 1-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............ 14088 4.85
May 16-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 17274 244.44
May 17-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 17283 1.81
May 17- C. E. Bell, salary ...................... 17273 150.00
May 17-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 17275 194.44
May 17-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 17276 137.50
May 17-A. II. Beyer, traveling expense ........... 17278 32.20
May 18-J. R. Watson, salary .................... 17272 .250.00
May 18-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 17284 36.84
May 18-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., telegrams...... 17279 1.20
May 18-Municipal W. L. & P. Co., lights .......... 17280 9.04
May 18-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams.... 17282 1.15
May 20-Arthur H. Thomas Co., sundries .......... 17281 1.32
May 24-G. W. Wells, salary .................... 17277 100.00
June 19-A. HI. Beyer, salary .................... 21655 137.50
June 19-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 21653 244.44
June 19-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 21660 2.31
June 19--R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................. 21664 194.44
June 21-1H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 21659 1.30
June 21-K. II. Graham, bills paid ................ 11661 65.78
June 21-The Thomas Co., sundries ............... 21658 2.50
June 21-C. E. Bell, salary ................. .... 21652 150.00
June 21-W. F. Lawless, sundries ................ 21656 2.50
June 21-J. R. Watson, salary ................... 21651 250.00
June 23-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity .... 21657 9.92
July 17-Chas. E. Bell, traveling expense .......... 24900 31.39
July 17-Chas. E. Bell, salary .................... 24895 150.00
July 17-0. F. Burger, salary .................... 24896 244.44
July 17-J. R. Watson, salary .................... 24894 250.00
July 17- A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 24808 137.50
July 18-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................ 24897 194.44
July 18-R. W. Ruprehct, traveling expense ....... 24899 43.14
July 18-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ........ 24909 16.34
July 20-Municipal W. L. & P. Plant, electricity ... 24908 9.16
July 20-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer.. 15855 194.18
July 21-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries.. 25857 3.50
July 21-Arthur H. Thomas Co., sundries .......... 24907 15.07
July 22-J. H. Jefferies, bills paid ................ 24905 19.79
July 22-Roessler-Hassleicher Chemical Co., Sundries. 24904 50.00
July 22-Wilma Watson, service ................. 24901 8.88
July 24-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 25856 230.83
July 24-W. F. Lawless, sundries ................ 24906 5.00
July 26-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., chemicals ..... 24902 20.38
















In favor of.


July 27-Fielder & Alien Co., sundries ............
Aug. 24--A. H. Beyer, salary ...................
Aug. 24-W. S. Dorsey & Co., sundries .............
Aug. 24-Pepper Printing Co., sundries ..........
Aug. 24-J. R. Watson, salary ...................
Aug. 24- 0. F. Burger, salary ....................
Aug. 25-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ................
Aug. 25- G. F. Weber, salary ....................
Aug. 25- C. E. Bell, salary .....................
Aug. 26-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................
Aug. 30-The Thermal Syndicate Co., sundries ......
Aug. 30-A. II. Thomas Co., sundries .............
Sept. 18- C. 'E. Bell, salary .....................
Sept. 18-It. W. Ruprecht, salary ................
Sept. 20-Pepper Printing Co., sundries ............
Sept. 20- A. II. Beyer, salary ..................
Sept. 20- J. R. Watson, salary ..................
Sept. 20- 0. F. Burger, salary ....................
Sept. 23-G. F. Weber, salary.....................
Oct. 18-Jos. J. Seykora, sundries ................
Oct. 18- A. H. Beyer, salary ....................
Oct. 18- 0. F. Burger, salary ....................
Oct. 18-E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., fertilizer ....
Oct. 18-5. R. Watson, salary ....................
Oct. 19-Ivan-Allen-Marshall Co., sundries. .........
Oct. 19- G. F. Weber, salary ......................
Oct. 19-Chas. E. Bell, traveling expense ..........
Oct. 19- R. Newhnll, bills paid ..................
Oct. 19- C. E. Bell, salary ......................
Oct. 19-Gulf Fertilizer Co., fertilizer .............
Oct. 20-R. W. Ruprecht, salary .................
Oct. 21-K. H: Graham, Auditor, bills paid ........
Nov. 21-0. F. Burger, salary ....................
Nov. 22- G. F. Weber, salary ....................
Nov. 22- C. E. Bell, salary ......................
Nov. 22-R. Newhall, bills paid ...................
Nov. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ...................
Nov. 22-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ........
Nov. 22-Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer..
Nov. 22- J. R. Watson, salary .......... ........
Nov. 22-A. II. Beyer, traveling expense ...........
Nov. 22- A. I. Beyer, salary ....................
Nov. 23-K. II. Graham, Auditor, bills paid .......
Nov. 23-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ..........
Nov. 24-Henry A. Dreer, sundries ................
Nov. 27--Elmer & Amend, sundries ...............
Nov. 29-J. T. Baker Chemical Co., sundries ........
Nov. 29-Seminole Phosphate Co., fertilizer ........
Dec. 18-R. W. Ruprecht, salary ..................
Dec. 18-G. F. Weber, salary ....................
Dec. 20- 0. F. Burger, salary ....................
Dec. 20-J. R. Watson, salary ...................
Dec. 20-The Wilson Co., sundries ................


Paid.


T


Warrant. Amount.

24903 20.20
29385 137.50
29388 3.50
29389 2.56
29380 250.00
29384 241.60
29383 200.00
29382 150.00
29381 166.66
29390 12.18
29386 11.40
29387 22.25
32266 166.67
32268 200.00
32271 2.80
32270 137.50
32265 250.00
32269 241.67
32267 150.00
36145 4.20
36815 137.50
36813 241.67
36144 23.75
36810 250.00
36147 13.30
36812 150.00
36143 24.47
36148 .53
36811 166.67
36146 37.80
36813 200.00
36149 7.55
40814 241.66
40812 150.00
40811 166.66
40824 8.70
40815 200.00
40816 23.62
40817 4.56
40810 250.00
40821 7.74
40815 137.50
40825 25.43
40823 26.86
40823 1.59
40820 '15.94
40819 37.30
40818 12.50
45093 200.00
45092 150.00
45004 241.67
45090 250.00
45097 2.25












82

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount

Dec. 21-Chas. E. Bell, traveling expense .......... 45096 15.35
Dec. 21-Chas. E. Bell, salary .................... 45091 166.67
Dec. 28-A. H. Beyer, salary ..................... 45095 137.50

Total disbursements during year .................. $15,076.45




LEVER AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FUND-
FEDERAL

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Receipts from United States Government ................ $ 55,892.23
Interest on funds in banks ............................... $ 304.28

Total receipts during year .......................... $ 56,196.51
Balance in fund January 1, 1922 .................... 8,437.84

$ 64,634.35
Disbursements during year as per itemized statement below 54,193.11

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 .................. $ 10,441.24

DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 21- J. M. Scott, salary ..................... 1983 23.00
Jan. 21-IIamlin L. Brown, traveling expenses ..... 1986 96.12
Jan. 21-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ............... 1984 216.67
Jan. 21-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 1988 283.34
Jan. 21-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense ......... 1989 98.95
Jan. 21-Will Lloyd, salary ................. ..... 1959 25.00
Jan. 21-E. W. Jenkins, bills paid .............. 1976 3.34
Jan. 21-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense. ......... 1970 90.85
Jan. 21-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 1965 166.67
Jan. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid .............. 1994 9.50
Jan. 21-Chapin Photo Co., photos ................ 1982 5.20
Jan. 23-1. W. Blacklock, salary ................. 1979 166.67
Jan. 23-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ....... 1981 143.05
Jan. 23-Thomas Co., supplies .................. 1990 4.77
Jan. 23-11. Newhall, bills paid ................. 1995 9.09
Jan. 23-R. W. McQuarrie, salary ................. 1957 116.67
Jan. 23-John M. Scott, traveling expense ......... 1985 18.05
Jan. 23-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 1958 88.34
Jan. 23-Ruby Newhall, salary .................. 1956 100.00
Jan. 23-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 1973 116.67
Jan. 23-C. H. Willoughby, traveling expense ...... 1987 3.63
Jan. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, bills paid ............ 1991 3.10
Jan. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 1955 158.33
Jan. 23- S. W. Iiatt, bills paid .................. 1977 2.40
Jan. 23-S. W. Scott, traveling expense ........... 1969 119.99














83

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 23- S. W. Scott, salary ..................... 1967 166.67
Jan. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ........... 1964 7.20
Jan. 23-L. B. Long, supplies .................... 1975 2.50
Jan. 23- Wilson Co., supplies .................... 1992 5.30
Jan. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 1961 93.90
Jan. 23-Wilmon Newell, salary ................ 1997 150.00
Jan. 23-Gainesville Furniture Co., sundries ....... 1974 2.40
Jan. 23-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams .. 1996 16.60
Jan. 23-Florida Grower, advertising ............ 1993 50.00
Jan. 25- K. ii. Graham, salary ................. 1954 8.34
Jan. 25- H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 1966 166.67
Jan. 25-H-. G. Clayton, traveling expense ......... 1968 98.54
Jan. 5--II. G. Clayton, bills paid ............... 1971 1.93
Jan. 25-Queen Feature Service, sundries ......... 1978 254.50
Jan. 25-Mary E. Roux, salary ................... 1980 79.17
Jan. 25-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 1953 250.00
Jan. 25-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense ......... 1960 48.04
Jan. 25-A. P. Spencer, bills paid ................ 1962 4.10
Jan. 30-American Multigraph Scales Co., sundries 1063 4.80
Feb. 20-American Railway Express Co., service ... 1972 10.02
Feb. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 6447 15.88
Feb. 23- R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 6414 166.66
Feb. 23-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 6416 25.00
Feb. 23- R. Newhall, salary ..................... 6413 100.00
Feb. 23-R. Stoutamire, traveling expense ......... 6419 10.60
Feb. 23-R. Stoutamire, salary ................... 6411 158.33
Feb. 23-S. W. Iiatt, salary .................... 6428 166.66
Feb. 23-S. W. Iiatt, traveling expense .......... 6432 51.49
Feb. 23-Mary E. Roux, salary ................... 6439 79.16
Feb. 23-Grace C. Greene, salary ............... 6429 116.66
Feb. 23-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense .......... 6433 07.23
Feb. 23-W. L. Watson, traveling expense ......... 6424 51.03
Feb. 23- J. I1. Scott, salary ..................... 6442 25.00
Feb. 23-IIamlin L. Brown, salary ............... 6443 216.67
Feb. 23-IIamlin L. Brown, bills paid ............ 6445 1.15
Feb. 23-Hamlin L. Brown, traveling expense ..... 6444 65.39
Feb. 23-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 6409 150.00
Feb. 23-Wilmon Newell, traveling expense, ...... 6417 118.74
Feb. 23-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................... 6427 166.66
Feb.' 23-C. E. Matthews, traveling expense ....... 6437 10.96
Feb. 24-J. G. Hudson, salary .................. 6430 45.00
Feb. 25-E. H. Marable. sundries ................. 6425 9.70
Feb. 25-C. D. Gunn, traveling expense ........... 6435 19.62
Feb. 25-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 6424 92.25
Feb. 25-H1. & WV. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 6421 8.74
Feb. 25-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ..... 6440 29.20
Feb. 25-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................. 6438 166.66
Feb. 25-E. F. DeBusk, traveling expense ......... 6436 18.84
Feb. 25-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service ...... 6420 7.17
Feb. 25-A. P. Spencer, salary .................... 6410 250.00
Feb. 25-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense ....... 6418 47.78
Feb. 25-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 6415 88.33
Feb. 25-L. C. Smith Bros. Typewriting Co., type-
writer ................................ 6422 50.70














84

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Feb. 27-Remington Typewriter Co., supplies ..... 6423 10.44
Feb. 27-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............ 6441 3.10
Mar. 1-Western nUion Telegraph Co., telegrams 6446 10.68
Mar. 1-II. G. Clayton, salary ..................... 6426 166.66
Mar. 1-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense ........ 6431 70.00
Mar. 2-M. J. Jackson, salary ................... 6448 40.00
Mar. 3-K. H. Graham, salary ................... 6412 8.33
Mar. 22-D. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 10290 166.67
Mar. 22-E. W. Jenkins, bills paid ................ 10309 3.15
Mar. 22-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ...... 10304 107.51
Mar. 22-H. G. Clayton, salary ................... 10300 166.67
Mar. 22-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense ........ 10305 81.02
Mar. 22-J. R. Watson, traveling expense ......... 10321 10.49
Mar. 22-M-ary E. Roux, salary ................. 10312 79.17
Mar. 22-Will Lloyd, salary ............ ........ 10292 25.00
Mar. 22-Ralph Stoutamire, traveling expense ..... 10295 32.00
Mar. 22-J. h. Scott, salary ..................... 10315 25.00
Mar. 23-John M. Scott, traveling expense ........ 10317 144.22
Mar. 23-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 10288 158.33
Mar. 26-R. McQuarrie, salary ................... 10290 116.67
Mar. 23-A. P. Spencer, salary ................... 10286 250.00
Mar. 22-A. P. Spencer, traveling expenses ...... 10294 92.39
Mar. 23-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 10310 4.26
Mar. 23-Wilmon Newell, salary ............... 10285 150.00
Mar. 23-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 10323 20.77
Mar. 23-Wilmon Newell, traveling expense ...... 10293 44.59
Mar. 23-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ............... 10316 216.66
Mar. 23-H. L. Brown, traveling expense .......... 10318 122.60
Mar. 23-E. II. Marable, sundries ................ 10298 5.00
Mar. 23-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 10322 712.10
Mar. 24-J. G. Hudson, salary ................... 10303 45.00
Mar. 24-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................ 10291 88.33
Mar. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 10324 19.68
Mar. 24-S. W. Iiatt, bills paid ................. 10308 1.85
Mar. 24-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 10301 166.67
Mar. 24-S. W. Hiatt, traveling expense ........... 10306 140.18
Mar. 24-Ruby Newhall, salary ................. 10289 100.00
Mar. R. W. Blacklock, salary .................... 10311 166.67
Mar. 24-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ....... 10313 119.46
Mar. 26-Grace C. Greene, salary ......... :....... 10302 116.67
Mar. 27-K. II. Graham, salary .................. 10287 8.33
Mar. 27-M. J. Jackson, salary ................... 10320 80.00
Mar. 28-J. Lee Smith, traveling expenses ........ 10307 9.08
Mar. 29-J. M. Goodbread, salary ................. 10319 37.50
Mar. 29-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., telephone ...... 10297 7.17
Mar. 29-James A. Winfield, service .............. 10296 2.00
Mar. 31-Pansy Norton, traveling expense ........ 10314 5.30
Apr. 22-Will Lloyd, salary ...................... 14168 25.00
Apr. 22-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ................ 14204 216.67
Apr. 22-H. G. Glayton, salary ................... 14179 191.67
Apr. 22-H. G. Clayton, bills paid ................ 14187 1.07
Apr. 22-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense .......... 14183 105.88
Apr. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 14213 9.61
















Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant.


Apr. 24-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................ 14167
Apr. 24-John M. Scott, traveling expense ........ 14005
Apr. 24- J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 14203
Apr. 24-R. McQuarrie, salary .................... 14166
Apr. 24-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 14162
Apr. 24-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense ........ 14170
Apr. 24-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 14182
Apr. 24-S. W. Hiatt, traveling expense ............ 14185
Apr. 24-S. W. Hiatt, salary ...................... 14180
Apr. 24-Ruby Newhall, salary .................... 14165
Apr. 24-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 14189
Apr. 24-R. W. Blacklock, bills paid .............. 14102
Apr. 24-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ....... 14190
Apr. 24-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................ 14164
Apr. 24-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 14190
Apr. 24-Ralph Stoutamire, traveling expense ..... 14171
Apr. 24-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ......... 14186
Apr. 24-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 14181
Apr. 24-Wilmon Newell, traveling expense ........ 14169
Apr. 24-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 14161
Apr. 24-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ....... 14214
Apr. 24-J. G. Hudson, salary .................... 14184
Apr. 25-Dorothy Mitchell, traveling expense........ 14198
Apr. 26-Audrey Scott, traveling expense .......... 14201
Apr. 26-II. & W. B. Drew Co., stamps ............ 14174
Apr. 26-K. H. Graham, salary ................... 14163
Apr. 26-Ora Odom, traveling expense ............ 14199
Apr. 26-Mrs. Harriet Ticknor, traveling expense .... 14202
Apr: 26-Marie Cox, traveling expense ............ 14393
Apr. 26-Winnie W. McEwen, traveling expense .... 14197
Apr. 27-Fielder & Allen Co., supplies ............. 14173
Apr. 27-Pearl LaFitte, traveling expense ........ 14195
Apr. 27-M. J. Jackson, salary ................... 14208
Apr. 27-Anna E. Heist, traveling expense ........ 14194
Apr. 27-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams... 14212
Apr. 27-E. II. Marable, photographs .............. 14178
Apr. 27-Ellen LeNoir, traveling expense .......... 14196
Apr. 20-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 14211
Apr. 29-HII. L. Brown, traveling expenses .......... 14206
Apr. 29-Mrs. Mary S. Russell, traveling expense... 14200
May 1-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............ 14188
May 1-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service ........ 14176
May 1-J. M. Goodbread, salary ................. 14207
May 1-Kny-Scherer Corporation, sundries ....... 14210
May 1-J. E. Turlington, traveling expense ...... 14209
May 1-Addressograph Co., sundries .............. 14177
May 3-S. S. Stafford, Inc., sundries ............ 14175
May 4-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries.. 14172
May 16-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 17304
May 17-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................ 17308
May 17-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 17353
May 17-J. M. Scott, salary .................... 17346
May 17- Will Lloyd, salary ...................... 17310
May 17-R. W. McQuarrie, salary ........ ....... 17307


Amount.

88.34
23.04
25.00
116.67
275.00
110.23
116.67
151.72
191.67
100.00
166.67
1.10
135.71
158.31
79.17
13.83
70.88
191.67
113.68
150.00
30.00
45.00
8.74
6.35
3.03
8.34
12.38
7.70
4.87
5.80
12.95
7.83
80.00
16.27
12.42
3.00
12.59
1,052.02
123.72
20.70
4.00
7.17
75.00
12.00
36.93
6.08
20.64
49.00
8.33
88.83
19.11
25.00
25.00
116.66

















Paid.


In favor of.


May 17-Ralph Stoutamire, traveling expense ......
May 17-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ...............
May 17-Grace C. Greene, salary .................
May 17- S. W. IIiatt, salary .....................
May 17-S. W. IIiatt, traveling expense ..........
May 17-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ..........
May 17-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ..........
May 17-E. W. Jenkins, salary ...................
May 18-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ............
May 18-L. C. Smith & Bros., typewriter ...........
May 18-Stella M. Wiley, traveling expense ........
May 18-R. W. Blacklock, salary .................
May 18-Beulah Pipkin, traveling expense ..........
May 18-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., telegrams ....
May 18-Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams ...
May 19-Lois Godbey, traveling expense ..........
May 19-Margaret Cobb, traveling expenses .......
May 19-Mrs. Nettle B. Crabill, traveling expenses ..
May 19-Isabel S. Thursby, traveling expense .....
May 19-Lucy Belle Seute, traveling expense ......
May 19-Mary E. Roux, salary ..................
May 19-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ...........
May 19-Mrs. E. C. Y. Morgan, traveling expense...
May 19-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............
May 20-Bertha Henry, traveling expense ..........
May 20-W. L. Palmer, traveling expense ..........
May 20-M. J. Jackson, salary ...................
May 20-Ruby Newhall, salary ...................
May 20-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expenses .......
May 20-A. P. Spencer, salary ...................
May 20-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense .........
May 20-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service ........
May 20-J. G. Hudson, salary ....................
May 22-Remington Typewriter Co................
May 22-Ruby McDavid, traveling expense ........
May 22-Pansy Norton, traveling expense .........
May 22-Mrs. Nellie W. Taylor, traveling expense ...
May 22-E. II. Marable, sundries .................
May 22-Wilmon Newell, salary ..................
May 22-Wilmon Newell, traveling expense ........
May 23-The Wilson Co., sundries ................
May 25-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense..........
May 23-H. G. Clayton, salary ...................
May 25-H. G. Clayton, bills paid .................
May 25--H. L. Brown, traveling expense ..........
May 25-H. L. Brown, salary ....................
May 26-J. M. Goodbread, salary .................
June 19-E. W. Jenkins, salary ..................
June 19-K. H. Graham, salary ...................
June 19-R. Newhall, bills paid ..................
June 19-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................
June 19-R. McQuarrie, salary ..................
June 19- Will Lloyd, salary .....................


^


Warrant. Amount.

17313 39.85
17305 158.33
17320 116.06
17319 191.66
17324 99.76
17333 33.62
17323 112.25
17317 191.66
17326 87.60
17328 83.70
17345 10.25
17330 166.66
17341 12.44
17351 4.66
17352 7110
17336 4.75
17334 13.62
17335 10.24
17344 11.60
17342 7.30
17309 79.16
17329 6.00
17354 53.60
17316 52.30
17337 2.85
17340 10.34
17350 80.00
17306 100.00
17331 122.04
17303 275.00
17312 72.07
17314 7.17
17321 45.00
17315 60.00
17338 16.75
17339 16.76
17343 7.95
17232 72.90
17302 150.00
17311 30.65
17327 1.89
17322 134.05
17318 191.66
17325 1.70
17348 168.18
17347 216.67
17349 75.00
21685 191.67
21671 8.33
27114 10.90
21675 88.33
21674 116.67
21677 25.00













87

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

June 21--H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 21006 51.50
June 21-Grace C. Green, salary ................. 21688 116.67
June 21-S. W. IIiatt, traveling expense ............ 21600 123.68
June 21-8. W. Iiatt, salary ..................... 21687 191.67
June 21-S. W. IIiatt, bills paid .................. 21695 1.98
June 21-Ruby Newhall, salary .................. 21673 100.00
June 21--University of Florida Book Store, book.... 21697 2.70
June 21-A. 1P. Spencer, traveling expense ......... 21679 120.32
June 21-A. P. Spencer, salary .................. 21670 275.00
June 21-Pepper Printing. Co., sundries........... 21712 166.28
June 21-E. H. Marable, service .................. 21684 3.80
June 21-Wilmon Newell, traveling expense ........ 21678 121.93
June -21-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 21669 150.00
June 21-J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 21703 25.00
June 21-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ........ 21692 88.50
June 21-H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 21680 191.67
June 21-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense ......... 21691 164.03
June 22-Spencer Lens Co., sundries .............. 21698 4.64
June 22-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ............ 21683 3.30
June 22-Royal Typewriter Co., typewriters ........ 21682 170.10
June 22-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 21676 79.17
June 22-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service ........ 21681 11.87
June 22-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense ........ 21694 70.67
June 22-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 21672 158.33
June 22-Ralph Stoutamire, traveling expense ...... 21680 31.36
June 22-E. F. DeBusk, traveling expense .......... 21704 70.75
June 23-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 21699 166.67
June 23-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ........ 21700 116.74
June 23-J. M. Goodbread, salary ................. 21007 75.00
June 23-Ed. L. Ayers, salary .................... 21709 200.00
June 23-Ed. L. Ayers, traveling expense ......... 21710 51.45
June 23-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service....... 21713 7.39
June 23-Chas. D. Kime, traveling expense ....... 21693 51.16
June 23-J. G. Hudson, salary .................... 21689 45.00
June 29-M. J. Jackson, salary .................. 21708 80.00
June 29--H. L. Brown, traveling expense .......... 21705 134.13
June 29-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ............... 217031 216.67
June 29-Hamlin L. Brown, bills paid ............. 21706 1.45
July 10-Floreso Sippell, traveling expense ........ 21701 14.58
July 17-A. Zappone, sundries ................... 21711 22.50
July 18-T. J. Appleyard, printing ................ 25200 1,397.85
July 19-A. A. Turner, traveling expense .......... 25294 108.57
July 19-E. W. Jenkins, bills paid. ............... 25229 4.96
July 19-E. W. Jenkins, travelinfi expense ........ 25218 180.26
July 19-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 25202 191.67
July 19-J. M. Scott, salary ...................... 25250 25.00
July 19-J. M. Scott, traveling expense ............ 25252 12.16
July 19-N. W. Sanborn, salary .................. 25273 .283.33
July 19-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense ........ 25274 24.70
July 19-Jos. J. Seykora, sundries ................ 25195 128.60
July 19-University Book Store, sundries .......... 25266 18.87
July 19-E. L. Lord, traveling expense ............ 25276 80.48
July 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid ................ 25292 334.73
July 19-II. G. Clayton, traveling expenses ........ 25216 123.42













88

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

July 19-H. G. Clayton, traveling expenses ........ 25203 191.67
July 19-H. G. Clayton, bills paid ................ 25233 2.29
July 19-Ray R. Johnson, traveling expenses ...... 25222 25.48
July 19-Chas. D. Kime, traveling expense ........ 25224 35.84
July 19-Florida Agricultural Supply Co., sundries.. 25270 56.66
July 20-College Book Store, sundries ............. 25245 03.75
July 20-R. W. Ruprecht, traveling expense ........ 25277 38.37
July 20-R. McQuarrie, salary .................... 25186 116.67
July 20-Will Lloyd, salary ...................... 25189 25.00
July 20-R. Newhall, traveling expense .......... 25291 22.52
July 20-Eleanor C. Smith, salary .............. 25187 88.34
July 20-S. W. Hiatt, bills paid .................. 25232 1.40
July 20-S. W. Hiatt, traveling expense ............ 25217 86.23
July 20-S. W. IIatt, salary .................... 25204 191.67
July 20-Ruby Newhall, salary .................. 25185 100.00
July 20-Grace C. Green, salary ................. 252Q5 116.07
July 20-K. C. Moore, traveling expense ............ 25225 8.49
July 20-H. R. Tribble, salary .................... 25209 45.00
July 20-Henry R. Tribble, traveling expense ....... 25227 29.43
July 20-Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriter.... 25247 65.47
July 20-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries .......... 25283 108.05
July 20-Pepper Printing Co., printing ..... ..... 25289 1,643.45
July 20-J. R. Watson, traveling expense .......... 25278 33.13
July 20-Hamlin L. Brokn, salary ................ 25251 216.67
July 20-H. L. Brown, traveling expense .......... 25253 102.40
July 20-E. H. Marable, service .................. 25286 27.01
July 20-The Wilson Co., sundries ................. 27281 46.80
July 20-C. D. Gunn, salary .................... 25208 45.00
July 21-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense ........ 25191 127.20
July 21-A. Spencer, salary .................... 25182 275.00
July 21-A. Spencer, bills paid ................. 25230 1.90
July 21-The Thomas Co., sundries .............. 25238 1.60
July 21-R. W. Blacklock, bills paid .............. 25240 1.65
July 21-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ........ 25236 121.22
July 21-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 25235 166.67
July 21-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 25188 79.17
July 21-Wm. Gomme, traveling expense .......... 25221 52.48
July 21- J. S. Rainey, salary .................... 25207 45.00
July 21-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 25181 333.34
July 21-Wilmon Newell, traveling expense ........ 25190 161.05
July 22-Royal Typewriter Co., sundries .......... 25237 25.00
July 22-Remington Typewriter Co., typewriters .... 25288 145.00
July 22-J. B. Lippincott Co., books .............. 25255 2.14
July 22-W. R. Briggs, traveling expense .......... 25219 51.46
July 22-H. E. Stevens, salary .................... 25214 45.00
July 22-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense .......... 25226 49.60
July 22-Polk County Record, printing ............. 25275 4.00
July 22-G. W. Scally, salary .................. 25210 45.00
July 22-A. W. Turner, salary .................... 25215 45.00
July 22-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ........... 25265 193.95
July 22-E. F. DeBusk, salary .................... 25211 45.00
July 22-E. F. DeBusk, traveling expense .......... 25220 16.26
July 22-J. M. Goodbread, salary ................ 25259 75.00
July 22-John C. Bronson Co., sundries ............ 25249 6.25


















July 24-John Wiley & Sons, books ................ 25256
July 24-Spencer Lens Co., sundries .............. 25267
July 24-James Mountain, salary ................ 25213
July 24-Winifred Cameron, traveling expenses .... 25242
July 24-M. J. Jackson, salary ................... 25260
July 24-Ed. L. Ayers, bills paid ................ 25264
July 24-Ed. L. Ayers, traveling expense .......... 25263
July 25-Burpee Can Sealer Co., sundries ........ 24246
July 25-- Bauch & Lomb Optical Co., sundries ...... 25271
July 25-Tavares Herald, printing ................ 25280
July 25-Leo. H. Wilson, traveling expense ........ 25228
July 25-K. H. Graham, salary .................. 25183
July 26--Sarah W. Partridge, traveling expense .... 25241
July 26-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., tolls .......... 25104
July 26-Ed. L. Ayers, salary ..................... 25262
.July 26-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service ........ 25234
July 26-R. A. Carlton, service .................. 25199
July 26-New Process Co., sundries .............. 25196
July 26-Kissimmee Valley Gazette, printing ...... 25270
July 26-J. G. Hudson, salary .................... 25206
July 26-MacMillan Co., books ............ .... 25284
July 26-Victor Amentograph Co., sundries ........ 25231
July 27-Fielder & Allen Co., sundries ............ 25287
July 27-R. T. Kelley, traveling expense .......... 25223
July 27-Mrs. E. C. Lord, sundries ..............: 25201
July 28-Orange Judd Publishing Co., books ...... 25257
July 28-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 25184
July 28-Ralph Stoutamire, traveling expense ...... 25102
July 28-Fitzpatrick & McElroy, books .......... 25244
July 31- R. T. Kelley, salary .................... 25212
Aug. 1-Longman, Green & Co., book ............ 25254
Aug. 2-Orpha Cole Co., ice .................... 21702
Aug. 2-Diamond Ice Co., ice ................... 25197
Aug. 2-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service ...... 25290
Aug 3-C. L. Blank, service .................... 25258
Aug. 3-Wagner Glass Works, sundries .......... 25258
Aug. 3-Cambridge Botanical Supply Co., sundries 25268
Aug. 9-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., adding
machine ............................... 25198
Aug. 14-Agnes Webster, bills paid ............... 25243
Aug. 21-Western Union Telegraph Co., service 25293
Aug. 24-R. Newhall, salary ..: .................. 29405
Aug. 24-S. W. IIatt, traveling expense .......... 29418
Aug. 24-S. W. Hiatt, salary .................... 29416
Aug. 24-Grace C. Green, salary .................. 29416
Aug. 24-R. Newhall, bills paid ................. 29430
Aug. 24-Arthur P. Spencer, salary ............... 29402
Aug. 24-Will Lloyd, salary ..................... 29410
Aug. 24-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., service .. 29395
Aug. 24-H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 29398
Aug. 24-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 29409
Aug. 24-Hamlin L. Brown, traveling expense ..... 29426
Aug. 24-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ................ 29425
Aug. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing ........... 293956


Paid.


In favor of.


Warran


t. Amount.

4.00
121.95
45.00
10.77
80.00
5.68
115.14
19.88
13.56
5.00
13.71
8.34
291.10
9.92
200.00
4.55
47.60
12.05
4.75
45.00
17.50
5.75
219.75
15.22
7.50
3.49
158.34
4.88
25.00
45.00
3.17
11.01
10.00
17.33
22.60
60.00
5.00

161.70
1.82
39.29
108.33
84.47
183.33
116.66
13.35
250.00
25.00
12.00
6.12
87.50
76.96
216.66
30.44
















Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant.


Aug. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 20412
Aug. 24-E. W. Jenkins, salary ......... ........... 29414
Aug. 24-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ........ 29419
Aug. 24-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense ....... 29429
Aug. 24-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................ 29428
Aug. 24-J. 1h. Scott, salary ..................... 29424
Aug. 25-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 29422
Aug. 25-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ...... 2942S
Aug. 25 -R. W. McQuarrie, salary ............... 29407
Aug. 25-Nora Norton, sundries ................ 29394
Aug. 25-Wilmon Newell, traveling expenses ....... 29411
Aug. 25-Wilmon Newell, salary ................. 29401
Aug. 26-Wm. Gomme, sundries ................. 20397
Aug. 26-K. II. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ....... 29431
Aug. 26-Baird Hardware Co., sundries .......... 29421
Aug. 26-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ............... 29408
Aug. 28-DeSoto County News, printing .......... 29399
Aug. 28-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ............... 29403
Aug. 28-Ed. L. Ayers, salary ................... 29427
Aug. 28--R. A. Carlton, salary ................... 29404
Aug. 31-E. F. DeBusk, traveling expense ........ 29406
Aug. 31-K. H. Graham, Auditor, salary .......... 29400
Sept. 2-Ward Natural Science Establishment,
sundries ..................... ........... 9400
Sept. 5- II. G. Clayton, salary ................. 29413
Sept. 5-II. G. Clayton, traveling expense ....... 29417
Sept. 6-Grant Furniture Co., furniture .......... 25248
Sept. 9-Gainesville Furniture Co., furniture ..... 25285
Sept. 12-Helen B. Richardson, salary .......... 25206W
Sept. 15-A. Zappone, Disbursing Clerk, V. S. A.
sundries ...................... ........ 25282
Sept. 20-Wilmon Newell, salary ................. 32303
Sept. 20-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service ..... 32344
Sept. 20-E. W. Jenkins, salary ................. 32310
Sept. 20-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ...... 32323
Sept. 20-IIamlin L. Brown, bills paid ............ 32330
Sept. 20-IIamlin L. Brown, traveling expense ..... 32335
Sept. 20-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ............. 32334
Sept. 20-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense ......... 32321
Sept. 20-II. G. Clayton, bills paid ............... 32325
Sept. 20-II. G. Clayton, salary ................... 32317
Sept. 20-John Hi. Scott, salary ................. 22333
Sept. 20-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ..... 32331
Sept. 20-R. W. Blacklock, salary ............... 32330
Sept. 20-Pepper Printing Co., printing .......... 32343
Sept. 20--H. & W. B. Drew Co., sundries ......... 32342
Sept. 20-Mary E. Roux, salary .................. 32311
Sept. 20-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense ....... 32341
Sept. 20-N. W. Sanborn, salary ................. 32340
Sept. 20-Will *Lloyd, salary .................... 32412
Sept. 20-R. Newell, bills paid .................. 32346
Sept. 20-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense ........ 32313
Sept. 20-A. P. Spencer, salary ............ ...... 32304
Sept. 20-Eleanor C. Smith ...................... 32310


Amount.

73.53
183.33
72.38
74.70
283.33
25.00
183.33
126.57
110.66
2.50
53.07
150.00
5.50
5.46
2.20
88.33
2.75
175.00
208.33
80.00
15.35
8.33

21.65
183.33
100.40
678.25
273.40
55.00

29.35
150.00
7.30
183.33
71.87
1.33
78.82
216.67
75.93
1.05
183.33
25.00
100.37
183.3/3
204.85
3.71
87.50
66.04
283.33
25.00
1.00
60.08
250.00
88.33
















Paid.


In favor of.


Sept. 20-Ed. L. Ayers, bills paid ...............
Sept. 20-Ed L. Ayers, traveling expense .........
Sept. 20- Ed. L. Ayers, salary ........ .........
Sept. 20-Grace C. Greene, salary ................
Sept. 20-S. W. Ilatt, traveling expense .........
Sept. 20- S. W. Hiatt, bills paid .................
Sept. 20- S. W. Hiatt, salary ....................
Sept. 20-Ruby Newhall, salary ..................
Sept. 20-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., sundries .
Sept. 20-L. C. Smith Bros., sundries .............
Sept. 20-Mariette E. Merritt, service ............
Sept. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ...............
Sept. 21-Gainesville Candy Co., sundries .......
Sept. 21-R. McQuarrie, salary .... ...............
Sept. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ...............
Sept. 21-Ivan-Allen-Marshall Co., sundries .......
Sept. 22-G. E. Stechert & Co., sundries ..........
Sept. 22-R. W. Blacklock, bills paid ............
Sept. 22- R. A. Carlton, salary ..................
Sept. 23-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ..........
Sept. 25-Addressograph Co., sundries ............
Sept. 25-Western Union Telegraph Co., service ...
Sept. 27-J. O. Traxler, traveling expense ........
Sept. 27-E. H. Marable, bills paid ...............
Oct. 17-H. G. Clayton, salary ..................
Oct. 17-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense ........
Oct. 17-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense .........
Oct. 17- E. W. Jenkins, salary .................
Oct. 17- John M. Scott, salary ...................
Oct. 17- Will Lloyd, salary .....................
Oct. 18-J. Lee Smith, traveling expense ..........
Oct. 18-N. W. Sanborn, salary .................
Oct. 18-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense .........
Oct. 18-Pepper Printging Co., printing ..........
Oct. 18-R. McQuarrie, salary ..................
Oct. 18- Ed. L. Ayers, salary ....................
Oct. 18- Ed. L. Ayers, salary ..................
Oct. 18- A. P. Spencer, salary ...................
Oct. 18-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense ........
Oct. 18-Mary E. Roux, salary ..................
Oct. 18- S. W IIatt, salary ................... ..
Oct. 18-S. W. IIiatt, traveling expense ...........
Oct. 18-John M. Scott, traveling expense ........
Oct. 18- A. P. Spencer, bills paid .................
Oct. 19- R. Newhall, bills paid ................... ..
Oct. 19-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ...............
Oct. 19-W. L. Watson, traveling expenses ........
Oct. 19-J. S. Rainey, traveling expense ..........
Oct. 19-C. E. Matthews, traveling expense .......
Oct. 19-J. C. Traxler, traveling expense ..........
Oct. 19-Roy R. Johnson traveling expense .......
Oct. 19-Chas. D. Kinne, traveling expense ........
Oct. 19-Wilmon Newell, salary ................
Oct. 19-K. H. Graham, bills paid ...............


'I


Varrant. Amount.
32330 3.30
32338 11.75
32337 208.33
32320 116.07
32322 132.23
32326 2.70
32318 183.33
32307 108.33
32314 4.25
32327 94.00
32310 19.00
32308 8.33


332329
32309
32305
32315
25:72
32332
32306
32328
25239
32343
32324
32867
36232
36236
36238
36234
36276
36230
36262
36284
36285
36286
36227
36282
36281
36223
36231
36229
36233
36237
36278
36272
36291
36228
36269
36264
36254
36265
36248
36250
36222
36226


7.54
116.07
175.00
31.35
6.50
1.84
80.00
1.80
110.70
11.56
3.00
4.74
183.34
73.32
77.83
183.34
23.00
25.00
58.20
283.34
47.27
77.90
116.67
80.00
208.34
250.00
88.14
87.50
183.34
68.13
27.79
2.89
5.25
88.34
35.29
48.36
41.51
37.55
48.52
47.17
150.00
8.34













92

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Oct. 20-G. W. Scally, traveling expense ........... 36260 42.49
Oct. 20-K. C. Moore, traveling expense .......... 36256 43.28
Oct. 20-Frank G. Merrin, traveling expense ....... 36-55 57.97
Oct. 20-D. A. Armstrong, traveling expense ....... 36239 33.20
Oct. 20-Grace C. Greene, salary ................ 36235 116.67
Oct. 20-B. E. Lawton, traveling expense .......... 36251 51.40
Oct. 20-Wm. Gomme, traveling expense .......... 36245 49.83
Oct. 20-J. G. Hudson, traveling expense ......... 36247 59.16
Oct. 21-E. T. DeBusk, traveling expense ........... 36242 60.27
Oct. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................ 36224 175.00
Oct. 21-K. H. Graham, bills paid ............... 36200 96.72
Oct. 21-Roy J. Dorsett, traveling expense ....... 36244 41.82
Oct. 21-Alfred Warren, traveling expense ....... 36268 58.15
Oct. 21-Henry R. Tribble, traveling expense ...... 36266 53.80
Oct. 21-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................ 36274 183.34
Oct. 21-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ...... 36275 46.72
Oct. 21-Western Union Telegraph Co., service .... 36287 11.47
Oct. 21-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service ...... 36289 4.87
Oct. 21-J. W. Mathison, traveling expense ....... 36253 53.44
Oct. 23-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense ........ 36263 61.32
Oct. 23-W. R. Briggs, traveling expense .......... 36240 63.85
Oct. 23-J. T. Daniel, traveling expense .......... 36241 24.61
Oct. 23-R. Newhall, salary ................ ..... 36225 108.34
Oct. 23-R. J. Hart, traveling expense ............ 36246 45.84
Oct. 23-Leo. II. Wilson, traveling expense ........ 36271 26.87
Oct. 23-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ................ 36277 216.67
Oct. 23-Hamlin L. Brown, bills paid ............ 36280 .95
Oct. 23-Hamlin L. Brown, traveling expense ...... 36279 151.5S
Oct. 24-James Mountain, traveling expense ...... 36257 31.51
Oct. 25-R. S. Lockhart, salary .................. 25193 25.00
Oct. 25-D. L. Campbell, bills paid .............. 36273 9.04
Oct. 25-L. T. Nieland, traveling expense .......... 36259 24.57
Oct. 26-Southern Bell Telephone Co., service ...... 36288 7.70
Oct. 26-Southern Bell Telephone Co., service ...... 32348 5.90
Oct. 26-J. J. Sechrest, traveling expense ........ 86261 42.00
Oct. 27-R. R. Whittington, traveling expense .... 36270 67.33
Oct. 27-The McMillan Co., sundries .............. 36283 1.89
Oct. 28-R. T. Kelley, traveling expense .......... 36249 59.94
Oct. 28-H. A. McDonald, traveling expense ...... 36252 32.61
Oct. 28-J. A. Dew, traveling expense ............ 36243 61.34
Oct. 30-A. W. Turner, traveling expense ......... 36267 45.71
Nov. 4-W. T. Nettles, traveling expense ........ 36258 19.61
Nov. 11-K. II. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ...... 32347 .88
Nov. 22-John M. Scott, traveling expense ......... 40899 7.08
Nov. 22-H. G. Clayton, salary .................. 40879 183.33
Nov. 22-H. G. Clayton, traveling expense ........ 40887 146.57
Nov. 22-H. G. Clayton, bills paid ................ 40891 2.50
Nov. 22-Wilmon Newell, salary .................. 40866 150.00
Nov. 22-E. W. Jenkins, salary .................. 40881 183.33
Nov. 22-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense ......... 40889 124.49
Nov. 22- J. M. Scott, salary .................... 40897 25.00
Nov. 23-Ed. L. Ayers, traveling expense ......... 40902 144.90
Nov. 23-Ed. L. Ayers, salary .................... 40901 208.33
Nov. 23-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 40900 8.36

















laid.


In favor of.


Nov. 23- R. McQuarrie, salary ...................
Nov. 23- Will Lloyd, salary ......................
Nov. 23-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................
Nov. 23-K. H. Graham, Auditor, bills paid ........
Nov. 23- S. W. IIiatt, salary ....................
Nov. 23-S. W. IIatt, traveling expense ..........
Nov.23-Ruby Newhall, salary ..................
Nov. 23-Grace C. Green, salary .................
Nov. 23-Western Union Telegraph Co., service ....
Nov. 23-Gainesvlle Furniture Co., sundries ......
Nov. 24-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expenses ......
Nov. 24-R. W. Blacklock, salary ................
Nov. 24--W. T. Nettles, salary ..................
Nov. 24-Mary E. Roux, salary ..................
Nov. 24-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service ......
Nov. 24-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............
Nov. 25-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service .......
Nov. 25-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense .........
Nov. 25-A. P. Spencer, salary ..................
Nov. 25-K. II. Graham, Auditor, bills paid .......
Nov. 25- II. L. Brown, salary ....................
Nov. 25-H. L. Brown, traveling expense ..........
Nov. 23-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense ........
Nov. 25-N. W. Sanborn, salary .................
Nov. 25-B. F. Whitner, Jr., salary ................
Nov. 27--Baird Hardware Co., sundries ...........
Nov. 27-Arcadia Enterprise, sundries ............
Nov. 28-Win. Gomme, bills paid .................
Nov. 28-W'm. Gomme, traveling expense ..........
Dec. 4-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries ..
Dec. 4-Addressograph Co., sundries ............
Dec. 18-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................
Dec. 18-Ralph Stoutamire, expense ...............
Dec. 20-K. II. Graham, Auditor, salary ...........
Del. 20-lH. G. Clayton, salary ..................
Rec. 20-II. G. Clayton, traveling expense ........
Dec. 20- E. W. Jenkins, salary ....................
Dec. 20-E. W. Jenkins, traveling expense .........
Dec. 20-N. W. Sanborn, traveling expense ........
Dec. 20-N. W. Sanborn, salary ..................
Dec. 20-Western Union Telegraph Co., service ....
Dec. 20-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service ......
Dec. 20-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............
Dec. 20-Hamlin L. Brown, salary ................
Dec. 20-Wilmon Newell, salary ..................
Dec. 21-Ivan Allen-Marshall Co., sundries ........
Dec. 21-Ralph Stoutamire, salary ................
Dec. 21-S. W. IIlatt, traveling expense ..........
Dec. 21-Grace C. Green, salary ..................
Dec. 21- S. W. IIiatt, salary ....................
Dec. 21- Will Floyd, salary ......................
Dec. 21-Eleanor C. Smith, salary ................
Dec. 21- R. McQuarrie, salary ....................
Dec. 21-Ed. L. Ayers, traveling expense ..........


Warrant. Amount.

40871 116.60
40874 25.00
40872 88.33
40910 78.67
40880 183.33
40888 137.72
40869 108.33
40882 116.66
40908 13.87
40876 17.46
40896 170.37
40895 183.33
40884 65.00
40873 87.50
40907 1.43
40905 128.10
40906 10.20
40886 73.96
40867 250.00
40870 8.33
40898 216.66
40900 42.11
40904 94.29
40903 283.33
40885 40.00
40893 2.70
40894 2.23
40892 1.81
40890 30.51
40877 170.00
40878 20.28
40868 175.30
40875 23.34
45184 8.33
45190 183.33
45201 136.54
45102 183.33
45203 83.42
45215 69.72
45214 283.33
45219 15.20
45218 5.17
45216 64.96
45210 216.57
45180 150.00
45206 20.22
45182 175.00
45202 40.13
45193 116.67
45101 183.33
45188 25.00
45187 88.33
45185 116.67
45212 99.83













94

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Dec. 21-Ed. L. Ayers, salary .................... 45211 208.33
Dec. 21-Ed. L. Ayers, bills paid ................ '45213 1.75
Dec. 21-Ruby Marshall, salary .................. 45183 108.33
Dec. 21-Mary E. Roux, salary .................... 45186 87.50
Dec. 21-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 45194 70.00
Dec. 21-B. E. Lawton, salary .................... 45196 50.00
Dec. 21-R. W. Blacklock, traveling expense ........ 45208 149.96
Del. 21-R. W. Blacklock, salary .................. 45207 183.33
Dec. 21-R. Newhall, bills paid .................. 45220 1.84
Dec. 21-A. P. Spencer, bills paid ................ 45205 1.57
Dec. 21-A. P. Spencer, traveling expense .......... 45200 90.07
Dec. 21-A. P. Spencer, salary .................... 45181 250.00
Dec. 22-Southern Bell T. & T. Co., service ........ 45217 8.75
Dec. 22-John M. Scott, salary ................... 45209 25.00
Dec. 22-Baird Hardware Co., sundries ............ 45204 9.18
Dec. 22-W. T. Nettles, salary .................... 45198 65.00
Dec. 22-H. A. McDonald, salary ................. 40883 65.00
Dec. 26-Henry H. Rothe, salary ................. 45562 52.50
Dec. 28-American Multigraph Sales Co., sundries .. 45189 7.33
Dec. 28-B. F. Whitner, Jr., salary ................ 45199 40.00

Total disbursements during year .................. $54,193.11




LEVER SUPPLEMENTARY EXTENSION FUND-
FEDERAL

RECEIPTS IN 1922.

Receipts from United States Government ............... .. $ 16,688.0)
Interest on funds in banks ............................. 75.96

Total receipts during year .......................... .$ 16,764.05
Balance in fund in January 1, 1922 ................. 2,610.82

$ 19,374.87
Disbursements during year as per itemized statement below 17,310.87

Balance in fund December 31, 1922 ..................$ 2,064.00



DISBURSEMENTS IN 1922.

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 21-Benjamin L. Perry, salary ............... 2148 75.00
Jan. 23-J. 0. Traxler, salary .................... 2143 45.00
Jan. 23-John G. Hudson, salary ................. 2131 45.00
Jan. 23-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................... 2147 45.00
aJn. 23-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................. 2124 81.00
Jan. 23-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 2127 45.00

















'aid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

Jan. 23-B. E. Lawton, salary ................... 2134 45.00
Jan. 23-A. W. Turner, salary .................... 2144 43.00
Jan. 23-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 2128 45.00
Jan. 23-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 2130 45.00
Jan. 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................. 2129 45.00
Jan. 24-James Mountaiin, salary ................ 2130 45.00
Jan. 25-L. T. Neiland, salary .................. 2140 45.00
Jan. 25-James A. Dew, salary .................. 2120 45.00
Jan. 25-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 2141 45.00
Jan. 25-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 2138 45.00
Jan. 25-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 2125 45.00
Jan. 25-K. C. Moore, salary ..................... 2137 45.00
Jan. 25-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 2130 45.00
Jan. 25-II. E. Stevens, salary ................... 2142 45.00
Jan. 25-R. E. Van Ness, salary .................. 2145 45.00
SJan. 25-Alford Warren, salary .................. 2146 45.00
Jan. 26-C. D. Kinne, salary .................... 2133 45.00
Jan. 26-R. T. Kelly, salary ...................... 2131 45.00
Feb. 6-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 2135 45.00
Feb. 21-B. L. Perry, salary ..................... 0473 75.00
Feb. 22-B1. L. Perry, traveling expense ........... 6470 17.63
Jan. 23-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 6440 45.00
Jan. 23-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 6462 45.00
Feb. 23-K. C.. Moore, salary .................... 6463 45.00
Feb. 23-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 6453 45.00
Feb. 23-B. E. Lawton, salary ................... 6450 45.00
Feb. 23--. E. Van Ness, salary ................. 6470 45.00
Feb. 23-Jas. A. Dew, salary .................... 6452 45.00
Feb. 23-J. 0. Traxler, salary .................... 6468 45.00
Feb. 23-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 60401 45.00
Feb. 23-J. G. Godden, salary .................... 6475 80.00
Jan. 24-J. E. Granberry, salary ................. 6470 80.00
Jan. 25-W. E. Dunaway, salary .................. 6454 45.00
Jan. 25-L. T. Neiland, salary ................... 6465 45.00
Jan. 25-Win. Gomme, salary .................... 6455 45.00
Feb. 25-Samuel II. Ilendley, salary .............. 6477 80.00
Feb. 25-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 6451 45.00
Feb. 27- II. E.,Stevens, salary ................... 6467 45.00
Feb. 27-L. II. Wilson, salary .................... 6472 45.00
Feb. 27- R. J. Hart, salary ...................... 6456 45.00
Feb. 27-Robert Carter, salary ................... 6474 80.00
Feb. 28-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 6460 45.00
lIar. 2-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 6471 45.00
Mar. 2-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 6478 80.00
Mar. 2-W. R. Briggs, salary .................... 6450 45.00
Mar. 3-Jas. Mountain, salary .................. 6464 45.00
Mar. 4-C. D. Kime, salary ..................... 6458 45.00
Mar. G-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 6460 45.00
Mar. 6-A. W. Turner, salary .................. 6460 45.00
Mar. 15-R. F. Kelley, salary ................... 6457 45.00
Mar. 23-B. L. Perry, salary .................... 10275 75.00
Mar. 23-W. E. Dunaway, salary ................ 10256 45.00
Mar. 24-C. E. Matthews, salary ................ 10263 45.00
Mar. 24-J. G. Godden, traveling expense ......... 10282 12.13

















Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 24-J. G. Godden, salary ................... 10277 80.00
Mar. 24-J. J. Sechrest, salary .................. 10268 45.00
Mar. J. 0. Traxler, salary ....................... 10270 45.00
Mar. 24-C. D. Kinne, salary ................... 10260 45.00
Mar. 24-D. A. Armstrong, salary ............... 10251 45.00
Mar. 24-S. L. Wilkins, traveling expense .......... 10284 15.63
Mar. 24-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 10280 80.00
Mar. 24-Frank G. Merrin, salary ............... 10264 45.00
Mar. 24-S. H. Hendley, salary .................. 10279 80.00
Mar. 24-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................. 10253 45.00
Mar. 25-J. E. Granberry, salary ............... 10278 80.00
Mar. 25-J. E. Granberry, traveling expense ...... 10283 26.59
Mar. 25-B. E. Lawton, salary ................... 10261 45.00
Mar. 25-A. W. Turner, salary ................... 10271 45.00
Har. 25--Roy W. Dorsett, salary ................. 10255 45.00
Mar. 27-Jas. A. Dew, salary .................... 10254 45.00
Mar. 27-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 10257 45.00
Mar. 27-Leo II. Wilson, salary .................. 10274 45.00
Mar. 27-R. T. Kelley, salary ................... 10259 45.00
Mar. 27-Jas. Mountain, salary ................. 10266 45.00
Mar. 27-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 10252 45.00
Mar. 27-R. J. Hart, salary ..................... 10258 45.00
Mar. 27-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 10269 45.00
Mar. 27-K. C. Moore, salary ..................... 10265 45.00
Mar. 27-Robert Carter, traveling expense ........ 10281 20.41
Mar. 27-Robert Carter, salary ................... 10276 80.00
Mar. 28-L. T. Neiland, salary ................... 10267 45.00
Mar. 20-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 10273 45.00
Mar. 31-R. E. VanNess, salary .................. 10272 45.00
Apr. 4-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 10262 45.00
Apr. 22-Benj. L. Perry, salary .................. 14159 75.00
Apr. 24-C. D. Kinne, salary .................... 14125 45.00
Apr. 24-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 14129 45.00
Apr. 24-D. A. Armstrong, traveling expense ....... 14140 13.13
Apr. 24-D. A. Armstrong, salary ............... 14116 45.00
Apr. 24-B. E. Lawton, salary .................... 14126 45.00
Apr. 24-B. E. Lawton, traveling expense ......... 14147 6.77
Apr. -24-B. L. Campbell, traveling expense ....... 14141 16.14
Apr. 24-C. E. Mathews, salary ................... 14128 45.00
Apr. 24-J. 0. Traxler, traveling expense .......... 14153 13.18
Apr. 24-J. O. Traxler, salary .................... 14135 45.00
Apr. 24-C. D. Gunn, traveling expense .......... 14145 13.83
Apr. 24-J. Lee Smith, traveling expense .......... 14151 7.70
Apr. 24-J. S. Hudson, traveling expense .......... 14140 5.80
Apr. 25-J. E. Granberry, salary ................. 14156 80.00
Apr. 26-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 14138 45.00
Apr. 26-A. W. Turner, salary ................... 14136 45.00
Apr. 26-Robert Carter, salary .................... 14154 80.00
Apr. 26-Wm. Gomme, salary ................... 14122 45.00
Apr. 26-E. F. Debusk, traveling expense .........: 14142 26.18
Mar. 26-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 14118 45.00
Apr. 26-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 14117 45.00
Apr. 26-McDonald, traveling expense ............. 14148 15.48
Apr. 26-T. J. Hart, salary ..................... 14123 45.00
















In favor of.


Apr. 26-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ..................
Apr. 26-J. J. Sechrest, salary ....................
Apr. 26--. G. Godden, salary ....................
Apr. 26-L. T. Nieland, salary ....................
Apr. 26-L. T. Nelland, traveling expense .........
Apr. 26-J. A. Dew, salary ......................
Apr. 26-J. A. Dew, traveling expense ............
Apr. 27- S. L. Wilkins, salary ....................
Apr. 27-K. C. Moore, salary ....................
Apr. 27- R. T. Kelley, salary ....................
Apr. 27-M. J. Jackson, traveling expense ........
Apr. 27-H. E. Stevens, salary ..................
Apr. 27-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense ........
Apr. 27-Leo H. Wilson, salary ..................
Apr. 20-R. E. VanNess, salary ...................
May 1-Roy J. Dorsett, traveling expense ........
May 1-W. E. Dunaway, salary ..................
May 1-James Mountain, salary ..................
May 5-J. S. Rainey, traveling expense ...........
May 10-S. H. Hendley, salary ..................
May 11-J. W. Mathison, salary ..................
May 16-Benj. L. Perry, salary ..................
May 17-James A. Dew, salary ..................
May 18-W. L. Watson, traveling expenses ........
May 18-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................
May 18-K. C. Moore, traveling expense ..........
May 18-K. C. Moore, salary ....................
May 18-Frank J. Merrin, salary ................
May 18-B.' E. Lawton, salary ..................
May 18-C. E. Matthews, salary ..................
May 20-W. R. Briggs, traveling expense ..........
May 20- R. T. Kelley, salary ....................
May 20-W. R. Briggs, salary ....................
May 20-R. T. Kelley, traveling expenses ..........
May 20-A. W. Turner, salary ...................
May 20-L. H. Wilson, salary ....................
May 20-James Mountain, salary ................
May 20-J. E. Granberry, salary .................
May 19- R. J. Hart, salary ......................
May 19-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ..................
May 19-Wm. Gomme, salary ....................
May 19-Alfred Warren, traveling expenses ........
May 19-Alfred Warren, salary ...................
May 19-J. O. Traxler, salary ....................
May 19-J. O. Traxler, traveling expense ..........
May 19--L. T. Neiland, salary .....................
May 19-Henry R. Tribble, traveling expense ......
May 19-J. W. Mathison, salary ..................
May 22-R. E. VanNess, salary ..................
May 22-R. R. Whittington, traveling expense ....
May 22-G. W. Scally, traveling expense ..........
May 22-W. E. Dunnaway, salary ................
May 22-S. L. Wilkins, salary ...................
May 22-Robert Carter, salary ...................
4-Treas.


1


Warrant. Amount.

141:0 45.00
14133 45.00
14155 80.00
14132 45.00
14149 5.53
14119 45.00
14143 28.84
14158 80.00
14130 45.00
14124 45.00
14160 30.03
14134 45.00
14152 17.38
14139 45.00
14137 45.00
14144 9.04
14121 45.00
14131 .45.00
14150 33.29
14157 80.00
14127 45.00
17396 75.00
17358 45.00
17389 20.77
17355 45.00
17382 18.40
17369 45.00
17368 45.00
17365 45.00
17387 45.00
17379 6.17
17362 45.00
17356 45.00
17380 1.78
17375 45.00
17378 45.00
17370 45.00
17392 80.00
17362 45.00
17359 45.00
17361 45.00
17388 16.22
17377 45.00
17374 45.00
17386 2.63
17371 45.00
17387 12.25
17366 45.00
17376 45.00
17390 14.67
17384 5.98
17360 22.50
17395 80.00
17391 80.00













98

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

May 22-James Mountain, traveling expenses .... 17383 8.30
May 24-J. J. Sechrest, traveling expense .............. 17385 17.00
May 24-J. J. Sechrest, salary ..................... 17372 45.00
May 25-E. F. DeBusk, salary .................... 17357 45.00
May 25-Chas. D. Kinne, traveling expense ........ 17381 9.30
SMay 25-Chas. D. Kinne, salary ................. 17364 45.00
May 26-H. E. Stevens, salary .................... 17373 45.00
May 26-J. G. Godden, salary ................... 17392 80.00
June 2-S. H. Hendley, salary ................. 17394 80.00
June 20-Benj. L. Perry, salary .................. 21749 75.00
June 21-K. C. Moore, salary .................... 21729 45.00
June 21-B. E. Lawton, salary .................. 21725 45.00
June 21-J. 0. Traxler, salary ................... 21734 45.00
June 21-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 21727 45.00
June 21-Ray R. Johnson, traveling expense ...... 21739 20.40
June 21-Roy J. Johnson, salary ................ 21722 34.50
June 21-J. E. Granberry, salary .................. 21746 80.00
June 22-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 21737 45.00
June 22-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 21715 45.00
June 22-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 21748 80.00
June 22-L o. II. Wilson, traveling expense ......... 21743 7.20
June 22-H. E. Stevens, traveling expense .......... 21740 15.50
June 22--I. E. Stevens, salary .................. 21733 45.00
June 22-R. T. Kelley, salary .................... 21723 45.00
June 22-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 21717 45.00
June 22-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 21720 45.00
June 22-L. T. Neiland, salary ................... 21731 45.00
June 22-James Mountain, salary ................ 21730 45.00
June 22-James A. Dew, salary .................. 21718 45.00
June 22-R. J. Hart, salary ...................... 21721 45.00
June 23-Alfred Warren, traveling expense ........ 21742 9.96
June 23-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 21719 45.00
June 23-L. H. Wilson, salary .................... 21738 45.00
June 23- C. D. Kime, salary ...................... 21724 45.00
June 24-Robert Carter, salary .................. 21744 80.00
June 24-W. R. Briggs, salary .................... 21716 45.00
June 26-A. W. Turner, salary .................... 21735 45.00
June 26-J. G. Godden, salary .................. 21745 80.00
June 28-K. HI. Hendley, salary .................. 21747 80.00
June 28-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 21728 45.00
June 28-R. E. VanNess, salary .................. 21736 45.00
June 28-J. W. Mathison, salary ............ ...... 21726 45.00
June 20-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 21732 45.00
July 8-R. E. VanNess, traveling expense ......... 21741 9.20
July 19-Roy J. Johnson, salary ......... ...... 25301 45.00
July 19-C. D. Kinne, salary .................... 25302 45.00
July 20-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 25295 45.00
July 20-B. E. Lawton, salary ................... 25303 45.00
July 20-K. C. Moore, salary .................... 25307 45.00
July 20-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 25305 45.00
July 20-J. J. Sochrest, salary ................... 25309 45.00
July 20-Pepper Printing Co., printing ............ 25320 757.34
July 21-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 25298 45.00
July 21-Wm. Gomme, salary ..................... 25299 45.00














99

Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.

July 21-L. T. Nieland, salary .. .................. 25308 45.00
July 21-J. E. Granberry, salary ................... 25316 80.00
July 21-J. W. Mathison, salary .................. 25304 45.00
July 22-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 25296 45.00
July 22-S. H. Hendley, salary .................. 25317 80.00
July 22-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 25312 45.00
July 22-Benjamin L. Perry, salary ................ 25319 75.00
July 24-R. J. Hart, salary ...................... 25300 45.00
July 24-J. O. Traxler, salary .................... 25310 45.00
July 25-Leo H. Wilson, salary .......... ....... 25313 45.00
July 26-Robert Carter, salary .................. 25314 80.00
July 27-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 25318 80.00
July 27-James A. Dew, salary .................. 25297 45.00
July 28-R. E. VAnNess, salary .................. 25311 45.00
July 31-J. G. Godden, salary .................... 25315 80.00
Aug. 5-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 25306 45.00
Aug. 24-Ray R. Johnson, salary .................. 29440 40.00
Aug. 24-James A. Dew, salary .................. 29435 40.00
Aug. 25-K. C. Moore, salary .................... 29447 40.00
Aug. 25-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 29432 40.00
Aug. 25-H. E. Stevens, salary .................... 29450 40.00
Aug. 25-B. E. Lawton, salary .................... 29443 40.00
Aug. 25-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 29445 40.00
Aug. 25-C. D. Kinne, salary ...................... 29442 40.00
Aug. 26-Wm. Gomme, salary .................. 29437 40.00
Aug. 26-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 29446 40.00
Aug. 26-R. J. Hart, salary ...................... 29438 55.00
Aug. 26-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 29452 40.00
Aug. 26-Leo H. Wilson, salary ................... 29454 40.00
Aug. 26-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 29439 55.00
Aug. 26-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 29444 45.00
Aug. 28-J. 0. Traxler, salary .................... 29451 40.00
Aug. 30-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ................. 29436 40.00
Aug. 30-L. T. Neiland, salary ................... 29448 55.00
Aug. 31-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 29434 40.00
Aug. 31-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 29433 40.00
Aug. 31- R. T. Kelly, salary ..................... 29441 40.00
Sept. 4- J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... .29440 55.00
Sept. 20-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 32293 40.00
Sept. 20-J. 0. Traxler, salary ................... 32299 40.00
Sept. 20-Jas. A. Dew, salary .................... 32283 40.00
Sept. 20-Roy R. Johnson, salary ................. 32288 40.00
Sept. 20-K. C. Moore, salary ................... 32295 40.00
Sept. 20-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................ 32280 40.00
Sept. 20-B. E. Lawton, salary ................... 32292 40.00
Sept. 21-C. D. Kinne, salary .................... 32290 40.00
Sept. 21-John G. Hudson, salary ................. 32287 55.00
Sept. 21-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 32294 40.00
Sept. 21-Roy J. Dorsett, salary .................. 32284 40.00
Sept. 22-J. W. Mathison, salary ................. 32201 45.00
Sept. 22-L. T. Neiland, salary ................... 32296 55.00
Sept. 22-H. E. Stevens, salary ................. 32298 40.00
Sept. 22-T. J. Hart, salary ..................... 32286 55.00
Sept. 22-Wm. Gomme, salary .............. ..... 32285 40.00

















Paid.


In favor of.


Warrant


Sept. 22-Leo II. Wilson, salary .................. 32302
Sept. 23-Alfred Warren, salary .................. 32300
Sept. 25-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 32281
Sept. 25-E. F. DeBusk, salary .................. 32282
Sept. 30-R. R. Whittington, salary .............. 29453
Sept. 30-R. R. Whittington, salary ............... 32301
Sept. 30-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 32297
Oct. 2- R. T. Keeley, salary .................... 32289
Oct. 19-C. E. Matthews, salary .................. 36305
Oct. 19-J. O. Traxler, salary .................... 36311
Oct. 19-Roy R. Johnson, salary .................. 36300
Oct. 19- C. D. Ktnne, salary ..................... 36302
Oct. 20-K. C. Mooore, salary .................... 36307
Oct. 20-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................ 36306
Oct. 20-D. A. Armstrong, salary ................. 36292
Oct. 20-B. E. Lawton, salary .................. 36303
Oct. 20-Wm. Gomme, salary ....................... 36297
Oct. 20-John Hudson, salary .................... 36299
Oct. 21-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 36294
Oct. 21-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ................... 36296
Oct. 21-Alfred Warren, salary ................... 36312
Oct. 21-J. W. Mathlson, salary ................. 36304
Oct. 23-H. E. Stevens, salary ................... 36310
Oct. 23-W. R. Briggs, salary ................... 36293
Oct. 23- R. T. Kelley, salary .................... 36301
Oct. 23- R. J. Hart, salary ....................... 36298
Oct. 3--Leo II. Wilson, salary .................. 36314
Oct. 25-L. T. Nieland, salary ................... 36308
Oct. 26-J. J. Sechrest, salary ................... 36309
Oct. 27-R. R. Whittington, salary ............... 36313
Oct. 28-Jas. A. Dew, salary .................... 26295
Nov. 22-C. E. Matthews, salary ................. 40925
Nov. 22-Jas. A. Dew, salary .................... 40915
Nov. 23-E. F. DeBusk, salary ................... 40913
Nov. 23-K. C. Moore, salary ................... 40927
Nov. 23-J. W. Mathison, salary .................. 40924
Nov. 24-John T. Daniel, salary ................. 40914
Nov. 24-S. L. Wilkins, salary ................... 40941
Nov. 24-R. J. Hart, salary .................... 40918
Nov. 24-J. J. M. Goodbread, salary .............. 40937
Nov. 24-Roy J. Dorsett, salary ................. 40916
Nov. 24-C. D. Klnne, salary ................... 40922
Nov. 24-H. E. Stevens, salary .................. 40930
Nov. 24-J. 0. Traxler, salary ................... 40931
Nov. 24-Alfred Warren, salary ................. 40932
Nov. 24-Wm. Gomme, salary .................... 40917
Nov. 24-J. G. Godden, salary ................... 40936
Nov. 24-Roy J. Johnson, salary ................ 40920
Nov. 25-Frank G. Merrin, salary ................. 40926
Nov.25-W. R. Briggs, salary .................... 40912
Nov. 25-L. H. Wilson, salary ................... 40934
Nov. 27-R. I. Whittington,. salary ............... 40933
Nov. 27-John G. Hudson, salary ................ 40919


Amount.

40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
55.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
55.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
45.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
55.00
40.00
55.00
55.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
45.00
55.00
70.00
55.00
70.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
70.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
65.00