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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
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    Treasurers of the state of Florida
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    Summary of resources and liabilities
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    Funds: Receipts, disbursements and balances
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    Statement of the securities in the various funds
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    Certificate of audit of state treasurer
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    Comptroller's certificate
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    Index
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REPORT

OF THE


STATE TREASURER

OF THE

State of Florida

For the Period Beginning January 1st, 1924, and
Ending December 31st, 1924



J. C. LUNING, Treasurer


V.4 J, PPLEYARO PRINTER. TALLAH4ASSEE. FLOR111





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STATE TREASURERS

BENJAMIN BYRD,

WM. R. HAYWARD,

CHAS. H. AUSTIN,

SIMON B. CONOVER,

CHASE. H. FOSTER,

WALTER GWYNN,

H. A. L'ENGLE,

E. S. GRILL,

F. J. PONS,

E. J. TRIAY,

C. B. COLLINS,

J. B. WHITFIELD,

W. V. KNOTT,

J. C. LINING.


















STATE TREASURER'S REPORT



TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA



TREASURER'S OFFICE

Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 1, 1925.

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, 1924, and ending December
31, 1924, 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 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, 1924......$ 554,355.31
Receipts during 1924.............. 4,332,190.60

$ 4,886,545.91
Disbursements during 1924 ........ 4,050,594.88
Balance in Funds Dec. 31, 1924.....$ 835,951.03
Suspense Account, State Road De-
partment, Balance Dec. 31, 1924..


Total of
All Funds.
$ 2,912,574.80
19,114,951.54
$22,027,526.34
18,707,788.81
$ 3,319,737.53

156,448.60


Total in hands of Treasurer Dec.
31, 1924 .................................... $ 3,476,186.13













The 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, at interest, but not treated
as a part of any particular fund or funds until the proper
distribution has been made upon the certificateof 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, 1921, and ending December 31, 1924, 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.
Total receipts (all funds) during this period amounted
to $56,131,848.55; total disbursements, $55,083,062.00.
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.
Warrants paid by the Treasurer are returned to the
Comptroller at the close of each month for credit and
reconcilement of funds and a copy of the monthly state-
ment is likewise filed with the Governor.












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 College
(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 pos-
sible 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 balances.
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. Every bank in the State
which has made application and furnished security re-
quired 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 on daily balances.
The following table shows the interest collected each
year on State deposits since the statute governing same
was first enacted in 1897:












Year Ending December 31st, 1897 .......... $ 2,723.92
'. 1898.......... 3,772.13
." 1899.......... 3,522.65
.. .." 1900.......... 3,364.65
I" ." 1901 .......... 5,407.59
it It It 1902.......... 13,429.11
S i. 1903.......... 14,882.61
t i" 1904.......... 9,666.65
." 1905 .......... 9,489.39
it it 1906.......... 10,594.54
." 1907.......... 12,578.66
4" 1908.......... 11,901.58
I 1909.......... 13,157.68
t it It 1910.......... 14,436.76
It i" 1911.......... 16,643.33
.. 1912.. ....... 20,016.73
i. 1913 .......... 23,005.84
.. 1914 .......... 25,824.58
t "4 1915 .......... 29,337.04
4" 1916.......... 17,737.30
i" 1917.......... 17,284.24
.. 1918 .......... 25,322.47
.. it 1919.......... 32,689.41
t .. 1920.......... 52,568.21
t 1921.......... 65,75520
1922.......... 64,483.20
( 1923.......... 75,514.72
It ." 1924 ........... 81,319.43

Total............................ .$676,429.62

It will be noted that during the last seven years the
income from this source has increased nearly 500 per cent.

Prior to 1921, the above amounts, totaling 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 Re-
tirement of the Bonded Indebtedness of the State, here-
after referred to more extensively, went into effect. This
Sinking Fund was credited with the $38,478.54 collected
during the last six months of 1921, and with the entire
amounts shown for 1922, 1923 and 1924.
The foregoing table does not include interest on special
accounts, such as the uninvested funds of the Principal














of State School Fund and other educational funds, the
Everglades Drainage Bonds Sinking Fund, and other
funds, which are carried in special accounts, at 4% per
annum interest on daily balances.
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 1924, and the amounts credited to the sev-
eral funds receiving same.

INTERESTT ON DEPOSIT OF STATE FUNDS COL-
LECTED DURING 1924

To What Funds Credited:
Florida State Bonds Sinking Fund............... $81,319.43
Interest State School Fund ................... 535.96
Everglades Drainage Bonds Sinking Fund..... 504.63
Everglades Drainage Bonds Fund............ 3,033.15
United States Government Bonds............. 1,170.16
Interest of Seminary Fund ................... 7.95

Total .............................. $86,571.28

Periods in Which Collected:
Quarter ending March 31, 1924............... $15,437.25
Quarter ending June 30, 1924................ 20,491.03
Quarter ending September 30, 1924........... 26,222.42
Quarter ending December 31, 1924............ 24,420.58

Total ......................... .. ... $86,571.28

SINKING FUND FOR RETIREMENT OF STATE
BONDS

Upon the recommendation of the Treasurer and the
Governor, the Legislature of 1921 enacted the Weaver-
Edge Act (Chapter 8507, Laws of Florida), providing for
the retirement of the bonded indebtedness of the State.
Under the provisions of this Act. which went into effect
July 1st. 1921. a Sinking Fund Commission was created,
composed of the Governor, the Secretary of State, the














Attorney General, the State Treasurer and the State
Superintendent of Public Instruction, who are empowered
to use the moneys derived from interest on State deposits
as a sinking fund for the retirement of the bonded indebt-
edness 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 in part as follows:
"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 Educa-
tional 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 en-
dorsed upon same. Thereupon, interest on said Florida
3% bonds shall terminate and cease to be paid. The bal-
ance, 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
$C01.567.00 Florida refunding 3% bonds, as provided by
the Sinking Fund Act. This should be done within the
next four 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 I for that purpose, $18,047.00 a year interest
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.
During the year 1924 receipts of the Florida Bonds
Sinking Fund amounted to $102,957.43, of which
$12,138.00 was interest from bonds owned by the fund,
$9,500.00 from redemption of bonds owned by the fund,
and the remainder interest on deposit of State funds in
the banks. Disbursements amounted to $103,114.41, rep-
resenting purchase of bonds for the Fund during the year.
The cash balance at the beginning of the year was $481.90
and at the close of the year $324.92.
Total receipts of this Fund since its creation, July 1,
1921, have amounted to $292,058.89, and total disburse-
ments (investments in bonds of Florida counties, munici-
palities and school districts), have amounted to $291,-
733.97. At the present time the Fund is the owner of
such bonds of the par value of $281,500.00, purchased at
prices netting about 51/ per cent annually.
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
report.
A saving of $18,047.00 a year interest charges by the
retirement of the State bonds twenty years before maturity
will result in a saving during that period of more than
$360,000.00 to the General Revenue Fund. After the
bonds have been retired, the saving in interest charges
against the General Revenue Fund will be perpetual, while
the increased return in interest for the Educational Funds
will be of many years' duration.
The Sinking Fund is administered as a part of the rou-
tine work of the State Treasurer's office, the purchase of
bonds being authorized by the Commission in each case,
and is handled without any additional expense to the State
whatsoever.
The par value of bonds in all the Educational Funds
on December 31, 1911, the close of the year prior to which
T assumed office, was $1,709,467.00; at the close of the










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past year the par value of bonds owned by the same funds
and by the Florida State Bond Sinking Fund, created
July 1st, 1921, amounted to $2,977,067.00, an increase in
thirteen years of $1,267,600.00.
The interest of State School Fund, which is distributed
to the counties for the support of common schools,
amounted to $46,058.88 in 1911 and to $117,918.72 in 1924,
an increase of more than 250 per cent. This increase, as
I view it, more than justifies the policy of investing these
funds in Florida county, municipal and district bonds.
During the year the $50,000.00 United States Liberty
Loan 412% bonds purchased during the World War, and
the $60,000.00 Alabama registered 31/2% bonds, purchased
many years ago, were sold upon recommendation of the
State Treasurer and by order of the State Board of Edu-
cation, and the proceeds were invested in Florida public
bonds bearing much higher rates of interest.














INSURANCE DEPARTMENT



ADMISSIONS AND WITHDRAWALS.

The following Insurance Companies were admitted to the
State of Florida during the year 1924:

FIRE.
Baltimore American Insurance Co., Baltimore, Md.
Bankers & Merchants Fire Insurance Co., Jackson, Miss.
Carolina Insurance Company (N. C.) New York, N. Y.
Delaware Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Eureka-Security Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Federal Union Insurance Company (Ill.), New York, N. Y.
Fidelity Union Fire Insurance Co., Dallas, Texas.
LaSalle Fire Insurance Company, New Orleans, La.
Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co., Mansfield, Ohjo.
Manhattan Fire & Marine Insurance Co., New York, N. Y.
Merchants Insurance Company, Providence, R. I.
Potomac Insurance Company, Washington, D. C.
Standard Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn.
World Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn.

LIFE.
American Life Insurance Company, Detroit, Mich.
Atlantic Life Insurance Company, Richmon, Va.
Eureka-Maryland Assurance Corpn., Baltimore, Md.
Kansas City Life Insurance Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Massachusetts Protective Life Assurance Co., Worcester, Mass.
Old Colony Life Insurance Company, Chicago, Ill.

MISCELLANEOUS.
Commercial Casualty Insurance Company, Newark, N. J.
Eagle Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
Fidelity Union Casualty Company, Dallas, Texas.
Hardware Mutual Casualty Company, Stevens Point, Wis.
Independence Indemnity Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Inter-State Casualty Company, Birmingham, Ala.
Monarch Accdident Insurance Co., Springfield, Mass.
Sun Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
Zurich General Accdt. & Liability Ins. Co.,, Ltd. (Switz.),
Chicago, Ill.

The following Insurance Companies withdrew during 1924:

FIRE.
LaSalle Fire Insurance Company, New Orleans, La.
National Fire Insurance Co. (Paris), Providence, R. I.
Phenix Fire Insurance Co. (Paris), Providence, R. I.














LIFE.

Maryland Assurance Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Reinsured
by the Eureka-Maryland Assurance Corporation of Baltimore,
Md.
Morris Plan Insurance Society, New York, N. Y.
MISCELLANEOUS.

American Credit-Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
Employers Mutual Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
Inter-State Casualty Company, Birmingham, Ala.
RECIPROCAL.

Associated Employers Reciprocal, Chicago, Ill.

SUMMARY.
Fire Companies Admitted ......... 14 Withdrawn........ 3
Life Companies admitted.......... 6 Withdrawn........ 2
Miscellaneous admitted ........... 9 Withdrawn........ 3
Reciprocals admitted ............. 0 Withdrawn........ 1
Sick Benefit admitted............. 0 Withdrawn........ 0
Fraternal Societies admitted ..... 0 Withdrawn........ 0

Total admitted ................. 29 Withdrawn........ 9
INSURANCE TAXES.

The following amounts of Insurance Taxes were collected
through this Department for the State during the year 1924:
Insurance Company License Taxes..........$ 57,550.00
Insurance Agent License Taxes............... 83,867.50
Insurance Companies' Premium Tax-2% of
the gross premiums collected from policy-
holders in the State of Florida during the
year 1923 ................................. 508,860.84
Fees for filing Annual Statements of Insur-
ance Companies, paid to State Treasurer
and turned into General Revenue Fund.... 3,390.00

Total receipts from Insurance all sources.$653,668.44

LIST OF SECURITIES DEPOSITED WITH THE STATE
TREASURER BY INSURANCE COMPANIES
DECEMBER 31, 1924.
Under Section 4283, Revised General Statutes.
By-
Agricultural Insurance Company, Watertown,
N. Y.
State of New York 3% Regis-
tered Bond, par value of....$10,000.00
City of St. Petersburg, Fla., 6% Cou-
pon Bonds, par value of........ 10,000.00 $ 20,000.00














Home Insurance Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Government Registered 4%% Gold
Bonds, par value of ....................... 20,000.00
In addition to the above collateral bonds there
is deposited with the State Treasurer, under
the provision of this section, Surety Bonds
in approved Surety Companies in the
amount of $20,000.000 each-by 162 Fire In-
surance Companies, aggregating .......... $3,240,000.00

Total ............................... $. $3,280,000.00


By-


Under Section 4429, Revised General Statutes.

Royal Fishermen of the World, a Surety Bond
in an approved Surety Company...........


5,000.00


Total ................................ $ 5,000.00

Under Section 4303, Revised General Statutes.


Carolina Life Insurance Co., Columbia, S. C.
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds, par value of.....$
Industrial Life & Health Ins. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Municipal Bonds, rar value................
National Accident & Health Ins. Co., Philadel-
phia, Pa.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, par value....


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

Under Chapter 9149, Laws of Florida.
By-
Central Industrial Insurance Co., Tampa, Fla.
Florida Municipal Coupon Bonds, par value.$
Citizens Industrial Insurance Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Florida Municipal Coupon Bonds, par value.
Columbia Sick Benefit Ins. Co., Watertown, Fla.
Columbia County, Fla., Coupon Bonds, par
value ...................................
Douglas Industrial Ins. Co., Gainesville, Fla.
U. S. Liberty Loan Couron Bonds, par value
Gulf Life & Accident Ins. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Municipal and County Bonds, par
value ...................................
Independent Life & Accident Ins. Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Florida Municipal Coupon Bonds, par value.
Peoples Industrial Ins. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Orange County, Florida, Coupon Bonds, par
value ..................................


5,000.00

5,000.00


5,000.00

15,000.00




5,000.00


5,000.00


5,000.00

5,000.00


12,000.00


5,000.00


5,000.00


Total ............................... $ 42,000.00















COMPANIES AUTHORIZED TO WRITE FIDELITY AND
SURETY BONDS.

Under Section 4339, Revised General Statutes.
By-


Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., Hartford, Conn.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ................................... $
American Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
New York State Registered Bond, par value
Columbia Casualty Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Fidelity & Casualty Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bond, par
value ...................................
Fidelity & Deposit Company, Baltimore, Md.
State of Tennessee Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Globe Indemnity Company (N. Y.), Newark, N. J.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Hartford Accident & Indem. Co., Hartford, Conn.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Indemnity Ins. Co. of North America, Philadel-
phia, Pa.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ..................................
Independence Indemnity Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value .................................
Maryland Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. Co., Boston, Mass.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, rar value
National Surety Company, New York, N. Y.
State of Tennessee Coupon Bonds, par value
Royal Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Southern Surety Company, Des Moines, Iowa.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................
Standard Accident Insurance Co., Detroit, Mich.
U. S. Treasury Gold Bonds, Registered, par
value ...................................
Union Indemnity Company, New Orleans, La.
State of Louisiana Registered Bonds, par
value ..................................
U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., Baltimore, Md.
U. S. Liberty Loan Registered Bonds, par
value ...................................


60,000.00

50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00



50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00

50,00.000

50,000.00


60,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


Total ............................... $ 870,000.00












Under Section 4343, Revised General Statutes-Special Deposits.
By-
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., Hartford, Conn.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, lar value.$ 20,000.00
Royal Indemnity Company, New York, N. Y.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, par value 50,000.00
Standard Accident Insurance Co., Detroit, Mich.
U. S. Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds, par value 31,000.00
Total .................. .... ...... $ 101,000.00
SUMMARY.

Collateral Bonds ............................... $1,068,000.00
Surety Bonds................................. 3,245,000.00
Total ............ .. .............. $4,313,000.00

STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND

Since its creation in May, 1917, the State Fire Insurance
Fund, which is administered by the State Treasurer, has
been the means of saving the State more than one hun-
dred and fourteen thousand dollars (over and above all
expenses, losses and unearned premium reserve) in fire
insurance premiums which otherwise would have gone to
private carriers. As shown by the tabulation following,
net premiums written since the creation of the fund (gross
premiums less cancellations and return premiums), amount
to $252,475.18, with fire losses aggregating $82,313.60, and
administrative expenses of $12,854.96, leaving a gross
profit to date of $157,306.62. Deducting from this amount
the unearned premium reserve of $42,843.33, leaves net
earnings amounting to $114,463.29. If we add to this
amount the $22,221.85 representing interest on daily bal-
ances of State funds saved through retaining these pre-
miums in the Treasury instead of paying them out to pri-
vate carriers, and deduct $5,049.50 to cover the loss of the
2% premium tax which the companies would have paid
to the State on the same volume of business, we have a net
profit to date of $131,635.64 through the operation of the
State Fire Insurance Fund in the seven and one-half years
of its existence, a net saving to the State of $17,500.00
a year.












FIRE LOSSES IN 1924
The following fire losses on State property occurred dur-
ing the year 1924:


Jan. 21-Florida Agricultural and Mechan-
ical College- Insurance
Gibbs Hall Building.. (Entry No. 2056) $15.000.00
do contents ........ (Entry No. 2057) 1,700.00
Laundry Building..... (Entry No. 2089) 3,750.00
Chapel Building ..... (Entry No. 2103) 7,500.00
Jan. 29-Military Department.
New State Arsenal... (Entry No. 1825) 40,000.00
Mar. 6-Agricultural and Mechanical College.
Mechanics Arts Build-
ing ............... (Entry No. 2075) 16.500.00
do contents. ..... (Entry No. 2076) 7,250.00


Loss.
$15,000.00
1,700.00
125.00
800.00
329.15

16,500.00
4,502.74


Total .................................. .$38,956.89
With the exception of the small loss of $329.15 at the
State Arsenal, all of these losses occurred at the Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes. In Oc-
tober, 1923, a loss of $8,250.00 was sustained at this col-
lege by the destruction of Duval Hall and contents. From
this it will be seen that more than one-half of all losses
sustained by the State Fire Insurance Fund since its
creation occurred during a period of six months (October,
1923, to March, 1924) at this one institution. It is all the
more regrettable that every one of these fires was unques-
tionably the result of incendiarism, following a "strike"
on the part of students of this college, a condition which
it is confidently hoped will not again prevail.
Situated on a high hill, outside of the city limits of Tal-
lahassee, the college is without adequate fire protection.
While the Tallahassee Fire Department responded to
every call, the distance and location made it impossible in
any case to save the burning buildings, though without
the aid of the city department, the fire would undoubtedly
have carried other buildings as well; particularly the fire
that destroyed the three-story frame dormitory, "Gibbs
Hall." The institution cannot be considered as reason-
ably safe from accidental fires, even, until it has been
equipped with an adequate individual fire protection sys-
tem, and a sufficient appropriation for this purpose should
be made by the Legislature next convening, in order to
protect the quarter of a million dollars' worth of build-
ins and equipment which the State now owns in connection
with this college.












IMPROVEMENTS AT STATE INSTITUTIONS

During the year 1924 additional mains were laid and
hydrants installed on the campus of the Univesrity of
Florida at Gainesville, and the Florida School for the Deaf
and the Blind at St. Augustine, as a result of which all
buildings at the last named institution, and all of the prin-
cipal buildings at the University, are now within 500 feet
of a standard hydrant, and rated on the basis of a second-
class city, whereas many of the buildings previously were
given a fourth-class rating. This results in a saving to
the State of approximately $2,500.00 a year in insurance
premiums, besides giving the buildings and equipment
increased protection, both of which well justify the ex-
penditures made, which were nominal in comparison with
the values to be protected.

STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND

Underwriting Exhibit
May 22, 1917, to December 31, 1924

Premiums written prior to January 1,
1924 (net)............................$248,969.19
Gross premiums written in 1924.$7,383.12
Less cancellation and return
premiums .................. 3,877.13 3,505.99

Net premiums written since May 22, 1917............ $252,475.18

UNEARNED PREMIUMS-RESERVE

Deduct one-half of net premiums written
1923, in force; expiring 1926 ($77,178.21) 38,589.11
One half of net premiums in force writ-
ten 1924, expiring 1925 ($1,652.65).... 826.33
Three-fourths of net premiums in force
written 1924, expiring 1926 ($4,570.52).. 3,427.89 42,843.33

Net premiums earned since May 22, 1917 ............ .$209,631.85
FIRE LOSSES

Deduct losses incurred prior to January
1, 1924................................ 43,356.71
Losses incurred, during 1924.............. 38,956.89 82,313.60

Gross:profit.on premiums earned since May 22, 1917..$127,318.25













ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

Previously During
Reported. 1924.
Inspection of State properties.$ 299.80
Salaries, clerks and inspec-
tors .................... 10,192.88 $ 2,188.61
Office equipment and supplies 172.67 1.00

Deduct total administrative
expenses ................... $10,665.35 $ 2,189.61 $ 12,854.96

Net underwriting earnings since creation of fund,
after deducting all losses and expenses and un-
earned premium reserve..........................$114,463.29

ACCRUED INTEREST EARNINGS

Amount previously reported............. $ 17,271.76
Amount earned during 1924............. 4,950.09 22,221.85

Total net earning and accrued interest since cre-
ation of fund .................. .................... $136,685.14

PREMIUM TAX

Deduct 2% premium tax lost to State on
net premiums written since creation
of fund:
Previously reported .................$ 4,979.38
On net premiums, 1924.............. 70.12 5,049.50

Net earnings of Fund since May 22, 1917 $131,635.64

INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTIES IN FORCE
DECEMBER 31, 1924.

State Fire *Excess
Institution- Insurance Fund. Insurance. Total.
State Armory, Apalachicola.....$ 6,000 $ 0 $ 6,000
State Armory, Key West....... 8,000 0 8,000
State Arsenal, St. Augustine.... 101,725 0 101,725
State Camp Grounds, Black
Point ....................... 21,000 0 21,000
State Armory, Bartow.......... 3,600 0 3,600
State Armory, East Fort Myers. 3,000 0 3,000
State Armory, Winter Haven... 3,775 0 3,775
State Prison Farm, Raiford..... 167,089 0 167,089
University of Florida, Gaines-
ville ........................ 694,800 414,875 1,109,675
Florida State College for
Women, Tallahassee ......... 547,575 511,374 1,058,949














Institution-


State Fire
Insurance Fund.


Florida School for the Deaf and
Blind, St. Augustine..........
Florida Hospital for Insane,
Chattahoochee ..............
Florida Industrial School for
Boys, Marianna ..............
Florida Industrial School for
Girls, Ocala. .................
Florida State Board of Health,
(Headquarters, Jacksonville).
Governor's Mansion, Tallahassee
The S:ate Capitol, Tallahassee..
Supreme Court and Railroad
Commission, Tallahassee.....
State Chemist's Laboratory, Tal-
lahassee ....................
State Road Department (Head-
quarters, Tallahassee ........
Board of Commissioners of Ever-
glades Drainage District
(Headquarters, Tallahassee).
Florida Agricultural and Me-
chanical College for Negroes,
Tallahassee .................
Florida Farm Colony for Epi-
leptic and Feebleminded,
Gainesville .................
Board of Control Laboratories
and Experiment Stations-
Quincy ......................
Lake Alfred ..................
Belle Glade ..................
Cocoa .......................
H astings ....................


276,436

630,543

154,038

113,350

105,131
35,200
50,000

50,000

5,400

3,946


25,000


166,835


118,625


14,976
6,765
13,125
1,500
1,200


Totals .................. .. $3,328,634

* Carried in private companies.


*Excess
Insurance.

102,500

257,300

0

0

0
0
400,000

168,750

0


Total.

378,936

887,843

154,038

113,350

105,131
35,200
450,000

218,750

5,400

3,946


0 25,000


0 166,835


25,000 143,625


0
0
0
0
0

$1,879.799


14,976
6,765
13,125
1,500
1,200

5,208,433


AMENDMENTS TO STATE FIRE INSURANCE LAW

Upon recommendation of this Department, the Legisla-
ture of 1923 enacted the Getzen bill (Chapter 9150, Laws
of Florida, approved June 7, 1923), under which the State
Treasurer is authorized to insure all single risks of more
than fifty thousand dollars, with private companies, the
State Fire Insurance Fund carrying its pro rata of such
risks up to its $50,000 limit. The foregoing table shows
the total insurance carried by the State Fire Insurance











Fund and the private companies, respectively, at the sev-
eral State institutions.
The Legislature also enacted the Scales-Mayo bill (Chap-
ter 9151, Laws of Florida, approved June 7, 1923), for the
payment, in annual installments, of the premiums pre-
viously earned by the State Fire Insurance Fund and un-
paid by reason of lack of appropriations. The enactment
of these laws, in my judgment, insures the safety of the
State Fire Insurance Fund, and its ability to meet any
losses that might reasonably be expected to occur.

DETAILED STATEMENTS OF DISBURSEMENTS

As a matter of information to the Governor and the
public, I am including detailed statements of all war-
rants paid from the One Mill School Tax Fund and
the Interest of State School' Fund, both of which are
prorated amongst the several counties, the investments of
the State Bond Sinking Fund and the several State Edu-
cational 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.
This being the last official report it will be my privilege
to address to your Excellency as Governor of Florida, I
take this opportunity of expressing my sincere appreciation
of the cordial co-operation received from you at all times,
and of the splendid administration you have given the
State which called you to your high office, and to wish for
you in your return to private life the continued success
which your character and abilities merit.

Respectfully submitted,


State Treasurer.









COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive)
I 1921 I 1922 I 1923 I 1924
Balance in all Funds January 1...................... ..$ 2,270,950.981$ 1,695,473.561$ 2,263.289.72 $ 2,912,574.80
Receipts ....................................... 9,552,405.551 12,480,858.041 14,983,633.421 19,114,951.54
1$11,823,356.531$14,176,331.601$17,246,923.14 $22,027,526.34
Disbursements ................................... 10,127,882.971 11,913,041.881 14,334,348.341 18,707,788.81
Balance in all Funds December 31..................... $ 1,695,473.561$ 2,263,289.721$ 2,912,574.801$ 3,319,737.53
State Road Department Suspense Account (Undistributed Balance) ............................. 156,448.60

Total.in hands of Treasurer December 31, 1924 ................ ................... ........... $ 3,476,186.13 ,

Balance in all Funds January 1, 1921.................. ........... ................. .......$ 2,270,950.98
Receipts during period of four years................ ....................................... 56,131,848.55
$58,402,799.53

Disbursements during period of four years. ................. ................................... 55,083,062.00

Balance in all Funds December 31, 1924. ............. .. ................... ................ $ 3,319,737.53
State Road Department Suspense Account (Undistributed Balance) ................... .......... 156,448.60

Total in hands of Treasurer December 31. 1924. ................. ............................ .. $ 3,476.186.13











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

State Prison (Tax) Fund........
Railroad Commission Fines Fund.
Shell Fish Fund ................
Teachers Examination Fund.....
State Road Tax Fund...........
Motor Vehicle License County Roa
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fi
-Florida National Forest Fund....
Everglade--Drainage Bonds Sinkin
Federal Aid Road Fund.........
Chamberlain-Kahn Health Fund..


SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-ALL FUNDS
(1921 to 1921, Inclusive)
S 1921 | 1922 1923 I 1924
................... $ 2,725,100.691$ 3,360,315.051$ 3,946,872.241$ 4,332,190.60
.................... 356,947.25 397,576.411 430,539.491 424,521.44
. ....... 1,115,837.44 1,196,577.561 1,080,031.281 1,019,208.19
nd .................. 162,395.91 103,403.111 133,717.60 222,504.22
.................... 216,953.15 104,902,071 321,188.48 292,964.99
............... 90,209.69 99,789.371 107,197.81 117.918.72
.................. 5,671.491 12,838.96
............. 616,177.031 605,878.961 792,591.611 1,009,371,54
.. . . ......... 1,364,462.18| 1,693,626.121 1,685,034.421 1,647,019.82

. ......... 170,470.991 191,083.771 187,622.271 115,166.89
. . . . .... 200 00
.................. 32,039.721 34,574.21 29,560.021 26,121.29
.................. 8,330.501 10,823.581 9.904.001 10,984.29
.................. 754,910.711 981,523.401 947,919.811 1,303,612.71
d Fund............. 570,461.11
Fund.............. 100,963.72 71,623.51 92,969.74 112,579.83
ind ................. 69,604.731 92,414.231 98,495.341 156,672.48
. ................ 3,761.351 6,201.731 4,560.841 4,962.70
g Fund.............- 548.091 101,232.361 52,404.75-) -- -20,18-' .40
.................. 490,308.381 842,965.841 820,090.201 1,071,287.04


4,307.541


. . . . . I


I


I









Automobile Refund Fund ............................
State Fire Insurance Fund ..........................
Gasoline Inspection Fund ......................... ..
State Board of Nurses Fund ..........................
Boys' Industrial School Fund ................... ..
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 ................ I
Winter Haven Sub-Experiment Station Fund ..........


19,993.391
93,464.361
2,413.301
52.421
966.041

7,665.001
4.303,001
15,000,001
15,000,001
48,335.041
17,048.721
25,000.001
25,000.001
5,496.331
250.00
16,179.401
6,413.901
24,165.611
395.501
10,270.311
4,905.83
7,766.46
3,782.151


9,676.781
104,244.37
2,944.00

2,345.921

17,665.001
4,303.001
15,000.001
15,000.001
56,196.511
16,764.051
25,000.001
25,000.001
10,404.031

27,897.85!
6,352.741
38,504.861
992.501
16,875.601
9,135.281
10,985.711
!


32,617.96
134,839.58
3,197.00

3,938.98
346.30
8,106.98
4,303.001
15,000.001
15,000.00
58,891.72
15,636.771
25,000.001
25,000.001
5,103.961

39,186.291
7,261.291
42,051.601
769.001
20.190.481
10,841.631
10,419.171
1


89,773.72
175,907.69
6,231.00

255.99

7,730.00
4,385.95
15,000.00
15,000.00
59,403.70
15,638.51
25,000.00
25,000.00
3,908.68

44,809.15
8.399.45
56.043.56
1,659.06
25,674.09
16,315.12
10,419.21










SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-ALL FUNDS-Continued.
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive.)
FUND 1921 1922 1923 1924


State Highway Fund...............................
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund........
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund......

General Extension Division Incidental Fund..........
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ..................
Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble Minded,
Incidental Fund ............................... .
Florida State Bond Sinking Fund ....................
Special One Mill Drainage Tax Fund ..................
Tobacco Experiment Station Incidental Fund..........
A. & M. College Hospital Fund .......................
State-Federal Aid Road Fund ........................
State Aid Road Fund for Counties ...................
State Board of Health, Venereal Control Act..........
State Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act..........
Tick Eradication Tax Fund ......................
County Road License Fund (Gasoline)................
Gasoline License Expense Fund .......................
Auto Theft Fund ................................


55,824.741
354.801
17,262.14|

3,675.521
228,056.41|

1,096..46|
38.478.541


1


80,803.14
730.00
20,445.87

4,229.041
601,509.761

1,366.611
67,583.201
4,634.461
200.001
402,601
1,002,729.201
368,390.121
3,092.001
14,742.561


91,884.70
445.00
13,855.30

4,037.49
1,262,194.24

2,304.36
83.039.72
16,631.96

1,735.80
1,301,577.63
464,928.06
2,863.00
12,185.99
48,991.41
377,748.01
1,100.00
57,518.00


126,325.66
1,580.00


7,514.63
2,448,873.02

5,297.35
102,957.43 b
10,627.67

1,116.57
1,576.118.04
573,562.40
458.08
40,277.06
211,766.83
1,218,159.03
4,200.00
147,166.00









Hotel Commission Fund. ......................... I16,295.001 51,495.00
Special Shell Fish 2c per barrel Planting Fund ........ 224.651 2,146.12
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund ........ 8,690.26
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads...... 70,001.40
Total Receipts. all Funds...................... 9.552.405.551$12.480.858.041$14.983,633.421$19,114.951.54
Balance in Gasoline Inspection Fund is transferred annually to State Highway Fund.



b-










SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL FUNDS
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive)


FUND 1921 I
General Revenue Fund...... ....................... 3,237,628.931$
One Mill School Tax Fund ....................... 357,876.001
Pension Tax Fund ................................. 1,170,938.48
State Board of Health (Tax) Fund ................... 208,183.351
Principal of School Fund ........................... 243,359.03
Interest of School Fund .............................. 74,574.001
Principal of Seminary Fund ..........................
Drainage Tax Fund (Regular) ...................... 649,163.42
Drainage Bond Fund ............................. 1,425,512.93
State Prison (Tax) Fund...... ..................... 164,631.851
Shell Fish Fund ................................. 33,348.731
Teachers Examination Fund ......................... 9,239.911
State Road Tax Fund ................................ 743,426.43
Motor V. L. County Road Fund .................. ... 639,857.081
Motor V. L. Maintenance Fund ...................... 69,896.721
Motor V. L. License Expense Fund .................... 61,734.721
Florida_ National .Forest _Fund... .. .. ... .. ... 53
Everglades Drainage Bonds Sinking Fund............. -
Federal Aid Road Fund .................. ........ .. 430,178,471
Chamberlain-Khan Health Fund......... ............. 4,665.091
Automobile Refund Fund. ........................... 70.001
State Fire Insurance Fund ........................ 9,966.221


1922 1923 I 1924


A,292,810.851$
397,282.77
1,207,503.601
125,145.32
145,935.33
93,137.55

570,775.051
1,607,270.50
140,376.861
32,629.56
10,197.05S
924,024.341
243,879.811
86,844.781
64,251.801
..6,20L 3..
100,000.001
670,365.371
1.401
14.001
6,377.781


3,662,752.191$
413,675.471
1,155,813.74
121,129.03
307,726.29
110,197.11
5,415,83
549,522.501
1,669,290.781
155,296.341
26,293.721
7,904.211
903,129.42
45,785.501
71,647.41
138,740.20

50,000.00
985,673.241


4,231.421


4,050,594.88
431,719.64
1,067,946.49
213,947.42
.286,357.12
105,838.88
13,172.54
911,808.25
1,571,877.00 t
219,670.29 o
25,008.54
8,430.76
1,385,712.74
28,520.48
140,361.56
91,829.06
4,560.84

1,123,521.12


36,046.73









Gasoline Inspection Fund. ........................... |
State- Hospital Incidental .Fund. ........... ...........
State Board of Nurses Fund ................... : ..
Boys' Industrial School Fund..................... ..
Girls' Industrial School Fund. .................. .
Agricultural College Fund ....................... .
Interest of Seminary Fund. ......................
Hatch Experiment Station Fund ................... .. I
Adams Experiment Station Fund ...................
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund.. ................
Lever Supplementary Extension Fund .................
White College Morrill Fund ....................... ..
A. & M. College Morrill Fund. ........................
A. & M. College Incidnetal 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 Station Fund..........
State Highway Fund.. :...:..::.....:. .: :.. .:.:.. :
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ..... |


68,699.701
oo00o0.0 F
2,619.261
1,131,51

6,963.57
2,741,03
14,125.59
16,302.63|
42,997.501
16,578.51|
35,551.03|
25,198.31|
5,506.311
385.001
17,014.241
6,310.271
35,324.081
750.001
11,344.63
5,381.391
8,890.591
3,548.281
-55,826:.7r t
3,903.201


93,278.521

2,385.15
389.991

5,426.661
2,154.62
15,220.381
15,076.451
54,193.111
17,310.871
25,987.781
23,310.351
7,645.441
.301
19,793.971
5,596.141
26,775.861

14,181.241
7,471.451
9,807.851
2,503.19!
10;075.63-
1


100,921.171

2,582.72


22,409.161
11,193.16
15,233.42
15,172.39
60,345.79
15,168.09
23,963.34
22,763.32
7,125.211

35,051.911
7,137.421
38,515.971
324.891
18,003.491
11,373.37
11,460.45

162;528:-12


132,676.78

4,974.87

1,250.94
2,523.66
3,271.41
15,110.34
15,000.00
61,687.65
15,809.37
19,570.00
27,861.46 !
4,647.44

40,782.43
8,388.26
48,729.51
1,047.28
25.1.38.58
14,449.07
9,443.36

12.410.54
45,311.37










SUMMARY .OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive)


FUND
University of Florida Hygiene Fund ..................
General Extension Division Incidental Fund............
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ..................
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund........
Florida Bond Sinking 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..........
A. & M. College Hospital Fund .................. .....
Tick Eradication Fund .......................... .
County Road License Fund (Gasoline) ................
Gasoline License Expense Fund ......................
Auto Theft Fund .............. ................
Hotel Commission Fund ......................... .
Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble Minded
Incidental Fund ..................................
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund........
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads......
Total Disbursements all Funds. ...................


FUNDS-Continued


1921 I 1922 1 1923 | 1924


7,306.241
4,045.621
149,202.931
567.611
37,654.451


3,131.191
421,647.621
674.331
66,695.35
970,942.89
361,166.21
442.93
4,333,361
397.601


|1


4,136.85
1,145,843.99
448.341
84,269.76
1,310,956.97
471,011.741
2,090.72
20,782.63
1,697.27
8,588.44
289,540.83
100.00
21,423.75
5,760.45

2,198.81


6,665.20
1,386,748.53
1,160.50
103,114.41
1,598,247.90
572,806.66
1,957.59
30,669.69
158.93
218,210.51
1,185,033.47
3,374.30
140,107.30
39,596.04

7,179.77
675.73
69,779.50


$10.127,882.97 $11.913.041.88 $14,334,348.34 $18,707,788.81


Balance in Gasoline Inspection Fund is transferred annually to State Highway Fund.


__









ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive)


_.__ SOURCES I


Taxes of Current Year ........................... .
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 ................... .. i
License Pullman Car Co............................
License Insurance Companies. ........................
License Insurance Agents .................. .........
Insurance Companies Premium Tax-2% on Gross Re-
ceipts during preceding year ................... .... I
Pullman Car Co., Percentage on Gross Receipts......... .
Tax on Commissions. .............................. I
Charter Tax- Corporations ........................ .
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps .......................... .
Sale of Feed Stamps .............. ................ .
Sale of Acts of Legislature .......................... .
Sale of Perfumery Certificates .......................


1921 1922 1923


$ 353,107.441$
1,091,338.271
11,125.691
284,009.271
15,977.761
19,035.711
500.001
500.001
500.001
5,500.001
44,300.001
59,797.501

374,777.661
9,130.211
2,573.001
99,837.001
72,904.581
41,595.931
672.501
35.001


1


408,567.281$
1,513,475.791
7,454.411
322,882.721
14,620.491
28,571.291
500.001
500.001
500.001
5,500.001
48,600.001
65,042.501

384,551.661
7,789.991
2,349.001
120,672.001
88,442.251
49,264.691
619.001
1


533,911.031$
,731,398.841
19,284.091
345,814.851
15,467.951
6,459.50
500.00
500.00
500.001
5,500.001
53,250.00
73,912.501

420,339.891
7,556.541
2,448.001
214,692.931
99,641.111
53,882.441
1,888.00


1924 -
460,111.48
1,872,640.34
5,648.69
390,694.51
16,352.68

500.00
500.00
500.00
5,500.00
57,550.00
83,867.50

508,860.94
8,743.42
2,862.00
331,499.68
91,329.27
58,306.36
2,874.64










ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive)


SOURCES
Sale of Confiscated Feeed Stuff....................
Sale of Revised Statutes..............................
Fees from State Treasurer as Insurance Commissioner...
Fees from Secretary of State ................... ..... I
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ................
Fees from Shell Fish Commissioner ...................
Fees from Comptroller ............................ I
Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board.............. I
Interest on Deposits (See Foot Note) ..................
Bank Examintaion Tax ............................ ..
Tax Certificates, Principal from Comptroller ...........
Tax Certificates, Expense of Sale from Comptroller......
Tax Certificates, Interest from Comptroller ............. I
Tax Certificates, Interest on Deposits from Comptroller.
One Mill Tax on capital Stock Jacksonville Main Street
Railway ..... ................. ...........
Sale of State Flags ............ ..............
Sale of Laws Governing County Commissioners.........
Receipts from Sheriff of Duval County under Section
W39, R. G. ..... ............................
Receipts from Planters Oil Co., Account of Deficiency of
Ammania in Fertilizers ......................... .


1922 I 1923 1 1924


1921

20.00!
2,765.00!
4,887.45!
1,016.751
108.051
1,200.001

27,276.661
5,885.001
45,579.941
23,148.071
80,812.00o
1,159.111
1
30.001
1.251
1.001


i.


168.19!
29.001
3,185.00
7,917.40
1,110.351
.30
894.881
4,500.001

9,127.501
112,275.541
36.348.851
171,221.36!
3,177.48!

30.00!


141.70
59.00
3,390.00
8,886.90
1,729.72

645.00


11,640.00
123,046.75
37,405.97
206,305.99
4,363.72

30.00



37.20

110.92


9.00!
2,925.00!
5,283.95!
818.19!
15.051
1,094.001


8,140.001
92,613.451
39,776.481
122,472.781
3,121.22!

30.001
6.00!









Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board under Chap-
ter 7917........................................... 32,000.001
Sale of Pages in Campaign Book under Chapted 6469....
Fees from Candidates under Chapter 6469.............
Refund on M ileage Book .............................
Refund on Comptroller's Farrant No. 33179...........
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 55273, Issued in
1923 ............................. ........ ......
Refund of Traveling Expense under Section 4073, R. G. S.I
Refund from Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co. on account of
Freight overcharge ...............................
Refund from Express Company on account of breakage
Refund from Florida State Hospital on account of
M merchandise returned ............................
Refund from State Department at Washington, D. C. on
Account of Extradition Papers .................. ..
Refund by Governor on Account of Personal Traveling
Expenses ....................... ..............
Refund by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co................. .
Refund by Ne'son Manufacturing Co .................
Refund to Scholarship Fund by Pupils Vacating Schol-
arship s ..................... ................... .
Refunds by Insurance Companies of Excess Premiums
on State Property .............................. .
Refund on Account of Overpayment for Work Done at


755.001
6,981.001


1,802.50
5,829.00
4.82
58.30


133.34
26.00

100.00
15.50

166.46

145.00

17.50
39.14
33.52

251.16

1,685.49










ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1921 to 1924, Inclusive)


_ ~~o u 1~ci


Florida State H ospital......... ...................
License Southeastern Express Co................... ..
Sale of Bound Revised General Statute ......... ...... .
Sale of Unbound Revised General Statutes............. I
Receipts from Grils' Industrial School Maintenance Ap-
propriation .................................. .
Receipts from Boys' Industrial School Maintenance Ap-
propriation ..................................... .
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant No. 38451...........
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 ..............
Refound 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 "Sweeting Trial," Key West,
F lorida, 1915 ..................................
Receipts from Persons Licensed to Catch Migratory Birds
for Scientific Purposes. ....................... ...


1921 1922

6.831 74.521
8,491.001 2,822.001
336.001 120.001
I1
29.121

2,208.47
63.221


33.001
374.001
295.00|
155.751


500 00
40.28|

197.471


110.001

4.001


~


_I


I


1923

200.46
2,416.00
104.001









500.00







3.001


1924-
8.43
27.70
2,788.00
0.00









500.00







11.00








Receipts from Transfer of Shell Fish Fund Under Chap- I
-ter 6877, Section 14................ ............ 2,464.291 2,282.931 20,23.748
Refund of Express Charges by Underwood Typewriter
Company ................. .......... ........ I .1.23
Refund of Freight Charges ,by Louisville & Nashville-
Railway Co. .....................10.601
Refund of W witness Fees. ............................. 26.471 9.90 45.80
Sale of Legislative Journals .......................... 4.00 14.00
Sale of General Laws ..................... .......... 94.00
Sale of Book "Soldiers of Florida". ...................... 1.25
Sale of Supreme Court Reports ................... ... 3,178.00
Receipts from Shell Fish Commissioner, under Chapter
9338, Acts of 1923 ................................. 263.481 1,886.08 O
Receipts from Smith-Hughes State Appropriation Fund. 640.681 150.00
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant on Account Industrial
Schol for Girls ............................... .. I 120.121
Refund on Account December, 1922, Jury List .......... 3.101
Refund on Comptroller's Warrant 19144, Issued in 1921. 25.001
Refund from E. A. Martin Seed Company .............. 54.451
Refund from Secretary of State on Account Overpayment I
of Janitor ..................... .............. I 18.251
Refund from State Chemist.......................... | 20.201
Total Re-e'nts. General Revenue........ .......I .1 2.725.100.691A 3.360.315 051[ 3.946.872 241$ 4.332.190.60
Note: After June 30, 1921, Interest on Deposit of State Funds is credited to Florida Bonds Sinking Fund,
instead of to General Revenue Fund.










ABSTRACTS OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND.


Executive Office


(1921 to 1921, Inclusive)
I 1921 1922 i 1923 1924


Contingent Expense of State. ......................... !
Gov. Mansion and Grounds, Imp. and Care............
Gov. Mansion, Furnishing and Repairing ...............
Educational Appropriations
A. & M. College for Negroes, Educational Fund........
A. & M. College for Negroes, Bldg. Educational Fund....
Board of Control, Educational Fund ..................
School for Deaf and Blind, Educational Fund..........
School for Deaf and Blind, Bldg. Educational Fund ... .
Fla. State College for Women, Educational Fund.......
Fla. State College for Women, Bldg. Educational Fund..
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropriation
Plant Act Fund, General ........................... I
Plant Act Fund, Special ............................ I
University of Florida, Educational Fund..............
University yof Florida, Bldg. Educational Fund.........
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation.............. I
S.-H. Administrative Dept.* State Appropriation......
Everglades Agricultural Experiment Station...........
Tobacco Experiment Station (Gadsden County)........
Citrus Fruit Experiment Station at Lake Alfred.......


5.433.101$
1.104.391
643.031

15,985.271
14,426.381
4.198.121
69,445.111
30.219.171
124,077.681
111.911.441
36,013.271
30,655.851
149,699.301
148,490.291
5,818.801
24,604.411
4,717.041
33.671
1


4,305.54 $
860.901
1,259.391

20,846.171
5,852.08
2,812.841
76,898.611
36,389.821
155,587.871
191,733.631
43,917.011
29,216.351
148,520.631
228,482.051
76;161.501
32,253.911
5,051.191
.821
19,463.441
1


12,850.11 $
1,239.63
1,182.27

20,330.341
10,095.75
6,031.72
83,912.63
3,491.07
173,246.011
28,849.29
47,523.55
25,359.051
153,062.09
290,348.63
36,771.50
41,192.37
3,814.66

14,544.96


7,575.40
761.84
581.35


28,323.57
25,497.94
11,115.07
94,568.51
51,477.75 z
208,340.18 "
208,620.91
54,038.06
34,626.81
162,882.95
354,198.17
157,932.01
50,454.23
659.56

13,532.38
11,165.89








Scholarships at each of two State Institutions of Higher
Learning ......................................
Agricultural Extension Division-Exhibits at Fairs.....
Agricultural Department
Agricultural Statistics .... .........................
Express and Te!egrams. .............................
Salary and Expenses, Fertilizer Analyst ...............
Field Note Division .............. ............... ..
Repairs to Furniture ........................... .
-Postage .................................. ..... .
Printing -B ulletins ...............................
Printing Stam ps ...................................
Stationery and Other Contingent Expenses ............ I
Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture.......
Extra Printing for Immigration Department ...........
Printing M aps .....................................
State Chemical Department
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist............
Clerk Chemical Division .............................
Janitor State Laboratory. ............... ............
Postage, Express and Telegrams .....................
Salary State Chemist and Assistants ..................
Salaries and Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors......
Traveling Exnenses State Chemist and Assistants ......


3,602.85
712.511

60.181

1,082.461
3,000.001
1,673.981
1,195.821
600.001
1,000.00!


641.411
1,2C0.00
530.001
122.941
9,833.331
8,752.381
747.001


10,900.00i
73.001

22,317.851 2,073.60
737.03! 859.41
2,406.24
10.00|
250.00
1,378.021 1.093.961
3,000.001 2,387.581
2,000.001 3,652.971
1,162.721 1.454.141
519.721 978.041
875.361 1.196.261
3,000.00

1,001.601 936.981
1,200.001 1.250.001
600.001 350.001
269.211 211.61
11.833.361 11.000.051
9.229.551 10.736.381
991.391 1.191.141


21,200.00
2,432.74

22,694.98
872.66
2,575.28


1,943.90
8,200 50
3,025.72
1,200.94
754.97
344.66
5.000.00

1,244.44
1,320.00

350.16
11,000.00
12,009.94
2,985.5










ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1921 to 1921, Inclusive)
| 1921 | 1922 1 1923 1924


Incidental Expenses Pure Food Division ...............
Samples and Incidentals, Pure Food Division...........
Capitol and Offices
Salaries Executive Department. ...................
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department ............
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments......
Contingent Expense State Treasurer's Office ..........
Incidental Expense Insurance Commissioner ...........
Engineer at Capitol. ................. .............
Frel, Light and Water at Capitol .....................
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's Office.........
Janitors at Capitol .............. ...................
Janitor Comptroller's and Treasurer's Offices..........
List Land Entries and Other Contingent Expenses Comp-
troller's O office ...................................
Postage, Express and Telegrams Secretary of State......
Postage, Printing and Other Contingent Expenses Super-
intendent Public Instruction ........................
Purchase of Books, Attorney General's Office ...........
Traveling Expenses Supt. Public Instruction...........
Repairs and Other Incidental Expenses of Capitol......
W atchman at Capitol.. ............ .. .... .........


S 1,137.871


29,721.421
95,729.13
1,878.171
1,022.961
1,325.791
1,200.001
1,993.401
900.431
1,605.001
560.001

1,145.591
1,499.151

3,576.691
498.631
510.411
2,009.691
1,200.001


1,159.391


38,826.091
105,009.671
1,685.561
1,088.251
1,607,541
1,200.001
1,661.671
377.111
1,775.001
600.001

1,548.791
1,561.281

4,836.591
500.001
556.461
1,990.341
1,200.001


633.18
682.471

32,250.001
110,649.521
2,376.511
1,239.391
1,476.201
1,325.001
3,405.721
563.341
2,600.001


802.40
2,754.771

4,409.781
960.971
612.511
6,327.891
1,200.001


474.70

32,625.00
118,434.72
1,208.82
824.11
1,210.40
1,500.00
5,238.40
621.98
3,030.00



1,083.78-

6,054.09
647.75
1,002.43
2,716.29
1,200.00








Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by State Treasurerl
-Purchase of Book Cases and Office Furniture Atty. Gen.
O office ................... ......... ..... ..... I
Repairs and Other Incidental Expenses of Capitol-Emer-1
gency Appropriation ....... ......... ... ...
Postage State Treasurer's Office ................... ..
Auditing Department Comptroller's Office............
Salaries State Bank Examiners .......................
Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners ............
Salaries and Traveling Expenses State Bank Examiners. .
Contingent Expenses Comptroller's Office..............
Codifying and Publishing School Laws ................
Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by Comptroller. .
*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-i
ditor's O office ................................. .
Military Department
Salary Adjutant General ........................... I
-National -uard of Florida.... ................... |
Act for Relief of Duval County Home Guards..........


500.001

56.951

3,999.951
300.001
7,491.991
6,495.651
6,700.951




407.001
3,674.501
4,203.501
242.171
883,381

1,036.831

2,166.73|
37,376.011
6.001


1,000.001 1,666.661
I 1
181.851 283.641

I
600.001 705.001
18,161.481 16,734.781
10,633.311
8.084.401
21,845.771
S 671.501
1 622.031


I 1


4,666.661
57,275.561
1


3,887.85
67,355.84


1,000.00

93.09


300.00
15,861.11


27,606.20
1,106.64
375.00
500.00 c









76,004.10











ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1921 to 1921, Inclusive.)


National Guard of Florida, Preserving the Peace.......
Natoinal Guard of Florida, Bid. Repg., etc., Arsenal....
National Guard of Fla., Repair to Armory Key West....
Judicial Department
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court ..................
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem ..... .... ....
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian ....................
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in Other Circuits. ......
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in Supreme Court. .....
Expenses of Circuit Judges ...........................
Expenses Crim. Court Judges Sitting in Other Counties..
Expenses State Attorneys Acting in Other Circuits. .....
Electric Lights, Water, Gas., etc., for Supreme Court....
Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man .................
Janitor, Furnace and Yard Man ......................
Jurors and W witnesses .............................
Messenger Supreme Court ............................
Printing Supreme Court Reports .................. ...
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library ..........
Rewards for and Expense of Arrest Fugitives from Justice
Salaries Judicial Department ............... .. ...
Salaries Justices of Supreme Court. .............. ..


1921 1922 1923 1 1924


2,904.871

3,142.851
935.251
300.001
769.111
80.341


185.821
678.07
567.50
510.001
186,098.801
535.001
3,990.801
618.20]
100.001
113,253.531
23,750.001


911.821
10,422.67
1,723.74

2,755.48
1,095.551
350.00
728.42
13.53

85.61
91.81
844.801
600.001
600.00
205,449.241
575.001
1,244.411
1,755.561
450.001
140,592.62
31,166.65


83.27
33,528.02


2,847.891
939.00
300.00


6,897.85

405.93
988.76
600.00
600.00
204,435.321
600.00]

929.501

146,712.321
31,395.75


3,244.84
969.00
300.00


3,897.79

178.22
579.48
575.00
600.00
196,255.10
600.00
4,889.00
1,140.82
500.00
156,750.00
33,000:00








Supreme Court, Fuel for Heating .....................
Revision and Consolidation of Laws of Florida ..........
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices ..............
-Salary Asst. Secretary Supreme Court Justices.........
-Salaries Law Clerks and Stenographers, Supreme Court..
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem. .................. ..
W atchman for Supreme Court..... ..................
Repairing Supreme Court Building, etc................
Court Reporters' Salaries.............. .................
Costs Adjudged Against State in Civil Cases............
Miscellaneous Appropriations
Abstracting Lands Sold for Taxes for Use Tax Assessors.
Citrus Fruit Standard ... . .. ..............
Confederate Soldiers Home ...........................
County Fnance3 ................................
Expenses Collection of Revenue .......................
Expenses Geological Survey ................... .......
One-Third of Cost of Paving Streets Abutting State
Property ................................... .
Expenses Session Legislature of 1923..................
-Farmers Demonstration Work .......................
Florida Industrial School for Boys ........... ....
Florida Industrial School for Girls....................
General Printing and Advertising. ................1
Hotel Commission ......... .. ................. .


1,070.001
18,518.891
2,283,361
1,841.65
4,095.001
676.001
525.00
244.281
3,621.731


2,217.741
2,042.801
13,184.101
9,018.191
234,336.071
8,283.56|



5,142.011
130,287.671
74,696.671
29,980.87[
19.071.771


1,157.831

2,400.001
1,900.021
5,250.001
576.001

230.541
20,707.601
32.801

3,000.001
2,383.211
15,923.451

249,179.481
9.869.051
1

4,920.001
84,233.881
49.904.611
31,680.471
15.314.721


1,165.001

2,400.001
1,899.981
5,050.00
272.00

377.89
19,786.56
4.25

1,625.00
2,463.24
12,539.47

241,787.26
5,834.92


124.857.311
5.143.301
95,009.361
29.775.851
33,992.931
22.304.85


911.00

2,400.00
1,900.00
4,625.00
600.00

481.71
21,662.76
12.00


2,487.38 "
9,779.26

244,748.64
11,445.47

4,984.56
15,449.37
4.560.00
90,156.36
56,602.59
35,857.44











ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL RE-VENUE FUND-Continued.
(1921 to 1921, Inclusive.)


Interest on Bonded Debt .............................
Live Stock Sanitary Board, State ................... .
Hog Cholera Serum and Virus....... ..................
Florida State Hospital, Maintenance. ..................
Florida State Hospital, Improvements .................
Monument Olustee Battlefield, Care of.................
Prining Delinquent Tax List ........................
Printing General Laws. ............................. .
Refund on Tax Certificates .......... ............ ...
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission .............
Salary Actuary Insurance Commissioner ...............
Salary and Expenses Shell Fish Commission ............
Salaries and Expenses Rural School Inspectors..........
Services Civil Engineer and Other Expenses Assessment
Railroads ....................... .. .............
State Board of Examiners for Teachers .................
State Labor Inspector......... ........ .............
State Marketing Bureau. ..................... ...
Summer Schools ....................................
Teachers Training Department High Schools ..........
Traveling Expenses Rural School Inspectors............
Traveling Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner ...........


1921 1 1922 1923 1 1924
18,047.001 18,047.001 18,047.001 18,047.00
67,702.521 43,755.881 52,557.971 87,184.38
16,055.511
643,357.591 462,294.941 690,154.751 662,555.24
87,276.131 36,930.691 17,814.311 68,995.14
400.001 400.001 400.001 400.00
21,955.201 16,000.001 14,192.801 17,309.70
4,100.001 300.001 5,000.001 200.00
853.591 784.021 891.681 1,918.21
33,124.501 36,735.311 35,654.201 35,654.35
1,458.331 |
S 1 16,567.441 28,858.50
| 6,064.651 6.248.87
I I
1,246.141 2,459.961 1,756.061 754.48
1,226.611 3,017.761 2,108.57[
2,658.471 2,561.421 2,552.85[ 3,153.29
21,504.761 26,925.051 24,573.431 25,644.95'
14.575.001 14,547.441 20.243.001 19,989.00
3,000.001 2,800.001 3,092.261 3,000.00
2,315.82] 2,675.42 1
1,035,261 647.071 476.501








Royal Palm State Park .......................... .
Fire Losses Payable from General Revenue.............
Appropriation for Deficiency in Interest, Agricultural
SCollege Fund ....................................
'_IxpenseO Primary Election ..........................
Investment Companies ..............................
Official Custodion of the State Flag ...................
Fla. Farm Colony for Epileptics and Feeble Minded....
State Prison Farm-Connty 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 Battle Field Park Monument...........
Expenses Budget Commission ........................
Upkeep of Capitol Grounds ...........................
Preservation of United States Flaw. ........... .. ..


2,500.001
13,450.001

2,716.001

432.501
22.421
142,953.031
3,877.561
118,119.801
388.881
3,007.971
17,248.251
2,015.001
295.101
936.741
1,833.261
7,880.641
5,000.001
7.551
801.211

I


5,000.00|


2,716.001
12,474.211
217.451

94,056.751
1,938.781
1,037.691
2,000.011
12,588.391
9,676.781
2,985.001



148,222.841

9,713.921
54.001
5,000 001
120.001
1


2,500.001


2,716.001

440.151

179,946.731
4,859.721

1,014.42
10;680.24
32,617.96
3,500.001



118,361.991

23.13
922.211

3,259.22
525.00


2,500.00


2,716.00
12,500.00
525.10

108,852.62
3,471.56


9,952.29
36,046.73
1,500.00



594.48

106.00
162.41


909.68
250.00











ABSTRACT OF -DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-Continued.
(1921 to 1921, Inclusive.)


Revenue Refunded ............ ................... .
Special Shell Fish Commission Planting Fund..........
Insurance Excess Premiums Fund ....................
Relief Bill Appropriations
An Act for Relief of W. M. Holloway..................
An Act for Relief of Chas. P. Lovell, Adjutant General..
An Act for Relief of Harry W. Thompson..............
An Act for Relief of J. C. Van Pelt ................. .
An Act for Relief of Edgar C. Thompsn. ..............
An Act for Relief of Gadsden County, Jurors County
Court ........................................
An Act for Relief of Pepper Printing Co............... I
An Act for Relief of R. E. L. Chancey.................
An Act for Relief of Anna Dummett Chapter U. D. C. -
Inc., of St. Augustine, Fla.. .. .................... .
An Act for Relief of M. M. Whitehurst.................
An Act for Relief of L. L. Meggs. .................. .
An Act for Relief of-R. R. Carter. ................... .
An Act for Relief of John Logan .....................
An Act for Relief of S. J. Johnson ....................
An Act for Relief of L. J. Billingsley, of Dade County...i
An-Act for Relief of W. H. Dowling, of Duval County...


1921 1922 1923 1924
S446.39


625.851
500.001
7,038.001
7,000.001
1,424.441

4,216.201
394.991
2,450.001

2,000.00|
1,372.631
800.151
631.291
1,412.651
40.001


27,846.901
5.760.001


21,421,24
81,118.22


1,837.27
15,000.001









An Act for Relief of T. J. Appleyard, of Leon County... 28.75
An Act for Relief of H. H. Taylor ..................... 438.68
An Act for Relief of Frank Wideman, of Duval County.. 300.00
An Act for Relief of Fred W. Pine, of Dade County ..... 1,728.00
An Act for Relief of R. H. Allgood, of Leon County.... 22.60
An Act for Relief of Burroughs Adding Machine Co .... 761.33
An Act for Relief of Eugene Hawkins, of Jackson Countyl 40.00
An Act for Relief of Mrs. Thersa Munroe, of Leon Countyl 22.60
An Act for Relief of J. R. W ells ................. 1,000.001
An Act for Relief of City of Tallahassee ............. 114.181
An Act for Relief of R. C. Baker ................ .. .. 881.301
An Act for Relief of S. R. Langston,: of Lafayette Counyl 983.851
Total Disbursements from General Revenue Fund... $ 3.237,628.931$ 3,292,810.851$ 3,662,752.19|$ 4,050,154.88
*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.
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, building and equipment (Chapter 8397) ...................... 70,000.00
Salaries Members State Board of Teachers Examiners, Chaper 8409 ............................... 2,500.00

$398,268.93












RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES.


NAME OF FUND


General Revenue Fund ........................... .I
One Mill School Tax Fund. ............... .... .....
Pension Tax Fund ............... ............... .
State Board of Health Tax Fund. .....................
State Road Tax Fund ............................
State Prison Fund .............. ................ ..
Tick Eradication 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 ...........................
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ...............
Agricultural College Fund ...........................
Shell Fish Fund .............. ..................
Teachers Examination Fund .........................
Railroad Commission Fines Fund .....................


r --. RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES.


I
I


isburcementsl Balance in


Balance in |
Fund Jan. 1,1
1924
$ 554,355.311$
99,684.021
263,929.481
50,314.831
179,267.321
112,655.161
40,402.971
334,334.791
21,266.421
112,861.771
14,235.991
74,758.601
346.191
1,104.101
346.301
16.661
13,304.301
2,628.831
563.111


Receipts ID
During
1924
4,332,190.601$
424,521.441
1,019,208.191
222,504.221
1,303,612.71
115,166.89
211,766.831
1,009,371.541
10,627.671
1,647,019.821
292,964.991
117,918.721
12,838.961
4,385.951

7,730.001
26,121.291
10,984.29


During IF
1924
4,050,594.881$
431,719.641
1,067,946.491
213,947.421
1,385,712.741
219,670.291
218,210.511
911,808.251

1,571,877.00
286,357.121
105.838.881
13,172.541
3,271.411

2,523.661
25,008.541
8,430.761
-98.411


und Dec. 31,
1924
835,951.03
92,485.82
215,191.18
58,871.63
97,167.29
8,151.76 >
33,959.29 -
431,898.08
31,894.09
188,001.59
20,843.86
86,838.44
12.61
2,218.64
346.30
5,223.00
14,417.05
5,182.36
464.70










Motor Vehicle License County Road' Fund .............
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance Fund..............
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund .................
Federal Aid Road Fund......................... .
State Federal Aid Road Fund ...................... .
State Aid Fund for Counties...................... .
Florida National Forest Fund ........................
Asylum Patients Trust Fund ........................
Everglades Drainage Bond Sinking Fund..............
Girls Industrial School Fund ...................... I
Boys Industrial School Fund ..................... .
State Fire Insurance Fund ........................ .
Automobile Refund Fund ............................
Gasoline Inspection Fund....................... .
State Road Licnse Fund (Gasoline) ...................
County Road License Fund (Gasoline) ................
Gasoline License Expense Fund ..................... .
State Board of Nurses Fund. ..........................
State H highway Fund................................
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund.........
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund......
Hatch Experiment Station Fund .............. ..... .
Adams Experiment Station Fund ..................
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund................. I
Lever Supplemental Extension Fund.................


32,373.741
45,148.631
6,021.781
73,248.911
22,406.971
1,140.231
4,560.841
2,453.211
4,675.37|
11,015.72|
6.351
45,410.451
168.001
126,557.391
375,065.871
88,207.181
1,000.001
1,240.641
92.761
73.631
47,660.591
1,573.711
1,278.181
8,987.171
2,532.681


112,579.831
156,672.481
1,071,287.041
1,576,118.041
573,562.40
4,962.70

20,138.401
255.991

89,773.721

175,907.691
2,448.873.021
1,218,159.031
4,200.00|
6,231.001
126.325.661
1,580.001

15,000 001
15,000.001
59,403.701
15,638.511


28,520.481
140,361.56
91,829.06
1,123,521.12
1,598,247.901
572,806.661
4,560.84


1,250.94

36,046.73

132,676.78
2,386,748.53
1,185,033.47
3,374.30
4,974.87
126,410.54
1,160.50
45,311.371
15.110.341
15,000.00
61,687.65
15,809.371


3,853.26
17,366.90
70,865.20
21,014.83
277.11
1,895.97
4,962.70
2,453.21
24,813.77
10,020.77
6.35
99,137.44
168.00
169,788.30
437,190.36
121,332.74
1,825.70
2,496.77
7.88
493.13
2,349.22
1,463.37
1,278.18
6,703.22
2,361.82












RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES


NAME OF FUND


Florida Bond Sinking Fund ..........................
White College Morrill Fund .................. ......
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ........................
A. & M. College Hospital Fund .......................
A. & M. College Incidental Fund .................. ..
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ..................
University of Florida Incidental Fund ................
Florida State College Incidental Fund ................
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund................
Tobacco Experiment Station Incidental Fund..........
Florida Farm Colony for Epiletics and Feeble-Minded..
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund. ......
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads.......
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund ....................
General Extension Division Incidental Fund...........
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ....................
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund............
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ................


Balance in
Fund Jan. 1,1
1924 I
481.901
4,390.001
19,273.991
43.531
744.411
998.681
16,284.731
23,070.28
1,955.651
200.001
2,568.621


224.651
1,070.941
7,098.141
2,275.321
755.101


Receipts
During
1924


102,957.43
25,000.00
25,000.001
1,116.571
3,908.681
8,399.451
44,809.151
56,043.561
1,659.061

5,297.35
8,690.261
70,001.40
2,146.121
7,514.631
25,674.091
16,315.121
10,419.211


Disbursements Balance in
During Fund Dec. 31,
1924 1924


103,114.411
19,570.00
27,861.461
1,158.931
4,647.441
8,388.261
40,782.43
48,729.51
1,047.28

7,179.77
675.72
69,779.50
195.71
6,665.20
25,138.58
14,449.07
9,443.36


324.92
9,820.00
16,412.53
1.17
5.65
1,009.87
20,311.45
30,384.33
2,567.43
200.00
686.20
8,014.53
221.90
2,175.06
1,920.37
7,633.65
4,141.37
1,730.95








State Board of Health Venereal Control Act............ 3,421.351 458.081 1,957.59 1,921.84
State Board of Health Sheppard-Towner Act ........... 1,812.561 40,277.061 30,669.69 11,419.93
Auto Theft Fund................................... 36,094.251 147,166.001 140,107.30 43,152.95
Hotel Commission Fund ...........................:. 10,534.551 51,495.001 39,596.04 22,433.51
* $ 2,912,574.801$19,114,951.54 $18,707,788.81|$ 3,319,737.53
Suspense Account, State Road Department ............ 78,136.481 273.163.741 194,851.621 156,448.60
Total Funds in Hands of State Treasurer December 31, 1924 ................................... $ 3,476,186.13
*Amount distributed to the several road funds by th State Road Department.











50

GENERAL REVENUE FUND

Abstract of Receipts During the Year 1924

Taxes for 1922................................. $ 5,648.69
Taxes for 1923 .................................. 1,872,640.34
Taxes for 1924............................. ....... 460,111.48
License Tax, General. ............................ 390,694.51
License Tax, Gulf Refining Company.............. 500.00
License Tax, Mexican Petroleum Company. ....... 500.00
License Tax, Union Tank Car Company........... 500.00
License Tax, Fruit Growers Express .............. 500.00
License Tax, Pullman Car Company........i ....... 5,500.00
License Tax, American Railway Express Company.. 16,352.68
License Tax, Southwestern Express Company...... 27.70
License Tax, Insurance Companies................ 57,550.00
License Tax, Insurance Agents................... 83,867.50
Insurance Companies-2% Premium Tax on Gross
Receipts ....................................... 508,860.94
Pullman Car Company-Percentage on Gross Re-
ceipts .......................................... 8,743.42
Tax on Commissions....................... ...... 2,862.00
Charter Tax on Corporations ....................... 331,499.68
Sale of Fertilizer Stamps......................... 91,329.27
Sale of Feed Stamps ............................ 58,306.36
Sale by Sheriff of Confiscated Feed Stuffs.......... 141.70
Sale of Acts of Legislature ........................ 2,874.64
Sale of Bound Revised General Statutes........... 2,788.00
Sale of Unbound Revised General Statutes........ 80.00
Sale of Revised Statutes .......................... 59.00
Sale of Legislative Journals ...................... 14.00
Fees from Secretary of State...................... 8,886.90
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ............ 1,729.72
Fees from State Treasurer as Insurance Commis-
sioner .......................................... 3,390.00
Fees from Comptroller ............................ 645.00
Bank Examination Taxes.......................... 11,640.00
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock of Jacksonville Main
Street Railway ................................ 30.00
Tax Certificates, Principal (from Comptroller)..... 123,046.75
Tax Certificates, Expense of Sale (from Comptroller) 37,405.97
Tax Certificates, Interest (from Comptroller)...... 206,305.99
Tax Certificates, Interest on Balances (from Comp-
troller) ........................................ 4,363.72
Receipts from Transfer of Shell Fish Fund under
Chapter 6877, Section 14........................ 20,237.48
Receipts from Shell Fish Commissioner under Chap-
ter 9338, Acts of 1923 ........................... 1,886.08
Receipts from Candidates account Filing Fees in
June Primary .......................... ....... 5,829.00
Receipts from Candidates for Advertising Space.... 1,802.50
Receipts from Smith-Hughes State Appropriation
Fund ................................ . ........ 150.00













Receipts from Sheriff of Duval County under Sec-
tion 3889, R. G. S................................ 37.20
Receipts from Planters Oil Company on account of
deficiency of Ammonia in Fertilizers............ 110.92
Receipts from Persons Licensed to Catch Migratory
Birds for Scientic Purposes...................... 11.00
Refund by Governor on Account of Personal Travel-
ing Expenses ................................... 17.50
Refund from R. J.. Reynolds Tobacco Company.... 39.14
Refund by Nelson Manufacturing Company......... 33.52
Refund to Scholarship Fund by Pupils Vacating
Scholarships ................... ... .......... 251.16
Refund by Insurance Companies of Excess Pre-
miums on State Property........................ 1.685.49
Refund on Account of Overpayment for Work Done
at the Florida State Hospital .................... 8.43
Refund of Comptroller's Warrant 55273, issued in
1923 ........................................... 133.34
Refund of Comptroller's Warrant 33179.... ....... 58.30
Refund on Mileage Book.......................... 4.82
Refund of W witness Fees, etc....................... 45.80
Refund of Traveling Expenses under Section 4073,
R. G. S ......................................... 26.00
Refund from Seaboard Air Line Railway on Account
of Freight Overcharge ........................... 100.00
Refund from Express Company on Account of Break-
age ............................................ 15.50
Refund from Florida State Hospital on Account of
Merchandise Returned .......................... 166.46
Refund from State Department at Washington, D.
C., on Account of Extradition Papers............ 145.00

Total Receipts ................ ................. $4,332,190.60
Balance as Per Report for January 1st, 1924...... 554,355.31

$4,886,545.91
Abstract of Disbursements During the Year 1924
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT


Contingent Expenses of the Statn .................. $
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Improvement and
C are .........................................
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Furnishing and Re-
pairing ........................................
Salaries Executive Department ....................
Salaries Clerks 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 Cpntrol, Educational Fund................


7,575.40

761.84

581.35
32,625,00
118,434.72
1,208.82


28,323.57

25,497.94
11,115.07













Florida School for Deaf and Blind, Educational Fund 94,568.51
Florida School for Deaf and Blind ,Building Educa-
tional Fund .................................... 51,477.75
Florida State College for Women, Educational Fund 208,340.18
Florida State College for Woman, Building Educa-
tional Fund .................................... 208,620.91
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropria-
tion ........................................... 54,038.06
Plant Act Fund, General .......................... 34,626.81
Plant Act Fund, Special........................... 162,882.95
University of Florida, Educational Fund............ 354,198.17
University of Florida, Building Educational Fund.. 157,932.01
Smith-Hughes Fund Administration Department,
State Appropriation ............................ 659.56
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation .......... 50,454.23
Scholarships at each of the State Institutions of
Higher Learning ............................... 21,200.00
Agricultural Extension Divis'on-Exhibits at Fairs. 2,432.74
Gadsden County Experiment Station.............. 13,532.38
Citrus Fruit Station at Lake Alfred ................ 11,165.89

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
Agricultural Statistics ............................ $ 22,694.98
Express and Telegrams............................ 872.66
Salary and Expenses Fertilizer Analyst ............ 2,575.28
Postage ......................................... 1,943.90
Printing Bulletins ................................ 8,200.50
Printing Stamps ................................. 3,025.72
Printing M aps ................................... 5,000.00
Stationery and other Contingent Expenses......... 1,200.94
Traveling Expenses Commissioner of Agriculture... 754.97
Extra Printing for Immigration .................... 344.66

STATE CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist........ $ 1,244.44
Stenographer and Clerk Chemical Division........ 1,320.00
Samples and Incidentals Pure Food Department.... 474.70
Postage, Express and Telegrams State Chemist.... 350.16
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants ............. 11,000.00
Salaries and Expenses (4) Food and Drug Inspectors 12,009.94
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants.. 2,025.05

CAPITOL AND OFFICES
Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office......$ 824.11
Incidental Expenses Insurance Department, State
Treasurer's Office .............................. 1,210.40
Engineer at Capi*ol............................... 1,500.00
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol................... 5,238.40
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's Office..... 621.98
Janitors at Caritol ................................ 3,030.00
Postage State Treasurer's Office.................. 300.00
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secretary of State 1,083.78














Postage, Printing, Etc., Superintendent of Public
Instruction ...................................... 6,054.09
Purchase of Books, Attorney General's Office...... 647.75
Purchase of Book Cases and other Office Furniture,
Attorney General's Office........................ 93.09
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public In-
struction ....................................... 1,002.43
Repairs, Plumbing, etc., Secretary of State........ 2,716.29
Watchman at Capitol Building and Supreme Court
Building ....................................... 1,200.00
Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by State
Treasurer ................ .......... .......... 1,000.00
Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by Comp-
troller ......................................... 500.00
Contingent Expenses Comptroller's Office.......... 1,106.64
Codifying and Publishing School Laws............. 375.00
Auditing Department Comptroller's Office.......... 15,861.11
Salaries and Traveling Expenses State Bank Ex-
aminers ............. .......................... 27,606.20
MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS'
Appropriation for Deficiency in Interest Agricultural
College Fund ..................................$ 2,716.00
Salaries and Incidental Expenses Citrus Fruit In-
spectors ........................................ 2,487.38
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Home............ 9.779.26
Upkeep of Capitol Grounds ....................... 909.68
Expenses Collection of Revenue ................... 244,784.64
Salaries and Expenses Geological Survey.......... 11,445.47
Expenses Legislature 1923......................... 15,449.37
Expenses Primary Election................... ..... 12,500.00
Farmers Demonstation work..................... 4,560.00
Florida Industrial School for Boys ................. 90,156.36
Florida Industrial School for Girls................ 56,602.59
One-third of Cost of Paving Street Abutting State
Property ........................................ 4,984.56
General Printing and Advertising .................. 35,857.44
Interest on Bonded Debt.......................... 18,047.00
Insurance Premium Fund ........................ 36,046.73
Premiums on Excess Insurance.................... 81,118.22
Investment Companies ............................ 525.10
State Live Stock Sanitary Board .................. 87,184.38
Florida State Hospital-Maintenance.............. 662,555.24
Florida State Hospital-Improvement .............. 68,995.14
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists ..................... 17,309.70
Printing General Laws ............................. 200.00
Revenue Refunded................................. 446.39
.Refund on Tax Certificates ....................... 1,918.21
Salaries and Expenses Raliroad Commission........ 35,654.35
Salaries and Expenses Shell Fish Commission..... 28,858.50
Salaries and Expenses (2) Rural School Inspectors. 6,248.87
Traveling and Contingent Expenses Railroad Inspec-
tor, Comptroller's Office ........................ 754.48
Salaries and Expenses State Equalizer of Taxes.... 9,952.29













State Labor Inspector ..........................
Salaries and Expenses State Marketing Bureau....
State Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feebleminded.
Sum m er Schools ...............................
Teachers Training Department of High Schools....
Expenses High Scnool Inspectors .................
Royal Palm State Park............................
Care Monument Olustee Battle Field..............
State Pr'son Farm, County Taxes..................
Preservation United States Flag ..................
Dade Memorial Park, Sumter County.............
Florida Territorial Constitutional Convention Memo-
rial Commission ................................
State School Book Commission...................
Enlargement, Alteration and Repairs Capitol Build-
ing ............................................
Special Shell Fish Commission Planting Fund....

MILITARY DEPARTMENT
National Guard of Florida ........................$

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT


3,153.29
25,644.95
108,852.62
19,989.00
3,000.00
163.13
2,500.00
400,00
3,471.56
250.00
1,500.00

106.00
162.41

594.48
21,421.24


76,004.10


Contingent Expenses Supreme Court ... ..........$ 3,244.84
Costs Adjudged against State in Civil Cases........ 12.00
Clerk Supreme Court per diem.................... 969.00
Clerk Supreme Court as Librarian ................. 300.00
Court Reporter Salaries ........................... 21,662.76
Expenses Circuit Court Judges.................... 3,897.79
Expenses State Attorneys acting in other Circuits.. 178.22
Electric Lights, Water, Gas, etc., Supreme Court
Building ...................................... 579.48
Salary Janitor, Electrician and Elevator Man...... 575.00
Salary Furnace and Yard Man.................... 600.00
Salary Messenger for Supreme Court............... 600.00
Jurors and Witnesses................... ....... 196,255.10
Salaries Stenographers Supreme Court............. 4,625.00
Printing Supreme Court Reports.................. 4,889.00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library...... 1,140.82
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice...... 500.00
Salaries Judicial Department ...................... 156,750.00
Salaries Justices of Supreme Court................ 33,000.00
Fuel for Heating................................... 911.00
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices........... 2,400.00
Salary Assistant Secretary Supreme Court Justices 1,900.00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem .................. 600.00
Repairs, etc., Supreme Court Building ............. 481.71

Total Disbursements for the Year............... $4,050,594.88
Balance December 31, 1924...................... 835,951.03

$4,886,545.91
Balance in Fund January 1, 1925 .................... $ 835,951,03














BONDED DEBT OF STATE

THREE PER CENT REFUNDING BONDS OF 1901
(Maturing 1951)

Amount 3 per cent Bonds issued in 1901,
in exchange for 7 per cent Bonds of 1871
under Chapter 4957:
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
(Maturing 1953)

Amount 3 per cent Bonds issued in 1903
in exchange for 6 per cent Bonds of
1873, under Chapter 4947:
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, 1924. ......................... $601,567.00

INTEREST PAID ON PUBLIC DEBT IN 1924

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 1924

From State taxes ..................................$403,577.31
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemtions 20,944.13

Total receipts during year........................ $424,521.44
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................... 99,684.02

$524,205.46
Disbursements during year......................... 431,719.64

Balance in fund December 31, 1924................ $ 92,485.82
Note.-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed to
the several counties upon the basis of average school atten-
dance.

Disbursements in 1924


Paid. In favor of. W
County School Depository:
Jan. 19-Collier County ....................
May 3-Leon County .....................
May 5-Wakulla County ..................
May 5-Baker County ....................
May 6-Nassau County ....................
May 6- Clay County ......................
May 6-Bay County ......................
May 6-Alachua County ..................
May 6-Bradford County ..................
May 6-Levy County .....................
May 6- Dixie County .....................
May 6-Calhoun County ..................
May 7-St. Lucie County .................
May 7-Flagler County ...................
May 7-Marion County ....................
May 7-Liberty County ..................
May 7-Hillsborough County ...............
May 7-Sumter County ...................
May 7-Franklin County ..................
May 7-Union County ....................
May 7-Citrus County ....................
May 7-Orange County ....................
May 7-Putnam County ..................
May 7-Brevard County ..................
May 7-Jefferson County .................
May 7-Polk County ......................
May 7-Hernando County .................
May 7-Duval County ....................
May 7-St. Johns County .................
May 7-Suwannee County ................
May 7-Columbia County .................
May 7-Madison County ..................


arrant. Amount.


46345
23339
23366
23307
23346
23315
23308
23306
23309
23340
23320
23312
23357
23323
23344
23341
23332
23361
23324
23364
23314
23349
23355
23310
23335
23354
23330
23321
23356
23362
23317
23342


$ 134.64
4,771.39
1,413.51
1,498.60
2,044.70
1,285.24
2,799.08
9,964.42
2,090.42
2,796.54
513.08
2,188.21
2,219.96
414.02
6,269.99
1,065.53
22,320.25
2,952.75
880.11
1,455.42
1,440.18
6,259.83
3,505.20
2,192.02
3,289.30
13,012.42
1,075.69
22,641.56
2,413.00
3,722.37
3,746.50
4,060.19














Paid. In favor of. Warrant. Amount.
County School Depository:
May 7-Escambia County ................. 23322 8,943.34
May 7-Okaloosa County .................. 23347 2,625.09
May 8-Lafayette County ................. 23336 1,183.64
May 8-Hamilton County ................. 23327 2,265.68
May 8-Pasco County ..................... 23352 2,000.25
May 8-Taylor County .................... 23363 2,307.59
May 8-DeSoto County ................... 23319 1,957.07
May 8-Glades County..................... 23326 471.17
May 8-Palm Beach County .............. 23351 4,202.43
May 8--Osceola County ................... 23350 1,878.33
May 8-Dade County ..................... 23318 10,998.20
May 8-Pinellas County .................. 23353 7,466.33
May 8-Okeechobee County ............... 23348 728.98
May 8-Highlands County ................ 23331 1,087.12
May 8-Walton County ................... 23367 3,185.16
May 8-Holmes County ................... 23333 3,084.83
May 8-Washington County ................ ?3368 3,310.89
May 9-Jackson County .................. 23334 7,546.34
May 9-Manatee County .................. 23343 3,896.36
May 9-Lee County ....................... 23338 2,042.16
May 9-Monroe County ................... 23345 2,978.15
May 9-Broward County .................. 23311 1,715.77
May 9-Lake County ..................... 23337 3,869.69
May 10--Hendry County ................... 23329 285.75
May 10-Santa Rosa County ................ 23358 3,539.49
May 10-Gadsden County .................. 23325 6,026.15
May 12-Volusia County ................... 23365 6,096.00
May 12-Hardee County ................... 23328 2,800.35
May 12-Collier County .................... 23316 194.31
May 12-Seminole County ................. 23360 3,383.28
May 12-Charlotte County ................. 23313 676.91
May 15-Sarasota County .................. 23359 979.17
Nov. 5-Wakulla County .................. 56001 1,155.27
Nov. 6-Leon County ..................... 55974 3,857.69
Nov. 6-Baker County .................... 55943 810.92
Nov. 6-Duval County .................... 55956 18,522.15
Nov. 7-Gadsden County .................. 55960 4,682.19
Nov. 7--Levy County ..................... 55975 1,811.96
Nov. 7-Lafayette County ................. 55971 831.29
Nov. 7-Volusia County .................. 56000 5,125.48
Nov. 7-Seminole County ................. 55995 2,626.76
Nov. 7-Union County .................... 55999 1,040.81
Nov. 7-Clay County ...................... 55951 899.19
Nov. 7-Nassau County ................... 55981 1,432.69
Nov. 7-Columbia County ................. 55952 3,018.64
Nov. 7-Pasco County .................... 55987 1,662.58
Nov. 7-Liberty County ................... 55976 897.25
Nov. 7-Alachua County .................. 55942 7,514.59
Nov. 7-Putnam County .................. 55990 2,773.23
Nov. 7-Franklin County .................. 55959 740.11
Nov. 7-St. Lucie County .................. 55992 1,920.60
Nov. 7-St. Johns County ................. 55991 2.032.15














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


Amount.


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N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
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N
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ov. 7-Flagler County ................... 55958 322.04.
ov. 7-Taylor County .................... 55998 1,706.23
ov. 7-Walton County ................... 56002 2,235.85
ov. 7-Bradford County .................. 55945 1,487.01
ov. 7-Dixie County ..................... 55955 378.30
ov. 7-Jefferson County ................. 55970 2,767.41
ov. 7-Calhoun County .................. 55948 1,840.09
ov. 7-Lake County ..................... 55972 3,519.16
ov. 7-Suwannee County ................ 55997 2,807.18
ov. 7--Hernando County ................ 55965 741.08
ov. 7-Holmes County ................... 55968 2,421.12
ov. 7-Madison County .................. 55977 2,780.02
ov. 7-Marion County .................... 55979 4,850.97
ov. 7- Okaloosa County................... 55982 1,838.15
ov. 8-Jackson County .................. 55969 4,996.47
ov. 8-Palm Beach County .............. 55986 3,778.15
ov. 8-Monroe County ................... 55980 2,060.28
ov. 8-Orange County ................... 55984 5,584.29
ov. 8-Hamilton County ................. 55962 1,667.43
ov. 8-Hardee County ................... 55963 2,231.00
ov. 8-Manatee County ................. 55978 3,252.41
ov. 8-Sumter County ................... 55996 2,143.70
ov. 8-Sarasota County ................. 55994 916.65
ov. 8-Pinellas County .................. 55988 6,678.45
ov. 8-Osceola County .................. 55985 1,517.08
ov. 8-Glades County ................... 55961 282.27
ov. 8-Brevard County .................. 55946 1,879.86
ov. 8-Charlotte County ................. 55949 549.99
ov. 8-Okeechobee County .............. 55983 549.02
ov. 8-Citrus County .................... 55950 1,056.33
ov. 8-Santa Rosa County ............... 55993 2,682.05
ov. 8-Escambia County ................ 55957 6,844.32
ov. 8-Washington County .............. 56003 2,206.75
ov. 10-DeSoto County ................... 55954 1,501.56
ov. 10-Polk County ..................... 55989 10.968.02
ov. 10-Hillsborough County .............. 55967 17,973.13
ov. 10-Dade County ..................... 55953 10,321.77
ov. 10-Highlands County ................ 55966 911.80
ov. 12- Lee County ....................... 55973 1,801.29
ov. 12-Broward County .................. 55947 1,463.73
ov. 12-Bay County ...................... 55944 2,337.70
ov. 13-Hendry County .................. 55964 228.92
ec. 19-Collier County .................... 64246 162.96

Total disbursements during year ................. $431,719.64















PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL FUND

Receipts in 1924

From Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund,
account 25% sales of public lands................. $159,058.08
From sale of school lands.......................... 32,033.76
From royalty on sand and gravel................... 2,510.13
From sale of Liberty Loan Bond owned by fund.... 50,000.00
From sale of Alabama 3%% bonds owned by fund.. 38,516.88
From sale of Holmes County bonds owned by fund.. 2,131.07
From redemption of Sebring (Fla.) 6% bonds....... 3,003.00
From redemption of Gadsden County bonds......... 4,000.00
From redemption of Pinellas County bond.......... 500.00
From sale of lands owned by U. S. Government (5%) 256.18
From trespass on school lands ..................... 79.24
From escheated estate of J. D. Paris, deceased...... 879.65

Total receipts during year ........................ $292,964.99
Balance on hand January 1, 1924.................. 14,235.99

$307,200.98
Disbursements during year ........................ 286,357.12

Balance in fund December 31, 1924................. $ 20.843.86

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

Disbursements in 1924

Bonds of Florida counties, municipalities and districts were
purchased during the year as follows:

Jan. 7-$ 9,000 Pinellas County 5%%'s at 102.623
and interest ......................$ 9,244.32
Jan. 9- 7,000 Pinellas County 5Y2%'s at 102.673
and interest ...................... 7,195.67
Feb. 14- 20,000 Greenville 51/%'s at .98 and interest 19,731.40
Feb. 23- 11,000 Gadsden County 5%'s at .92 and in-
terest ............................. 10,199.44
Mar. 27- 50,000 Sanford 5%%'s at 102.99 and inter-
est ............................... 52,144.31
Apr. 16- 4,000 Gadsden County 5%'s at .92 and in-
terest ................... .......... 3,738.33
May 27- 21,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 104.75 and
interest .............. ............. 22,298.50
June 9- 8,000 Gadsden County 6%'s at .98 and in-
terest ............................. 7,930.67
June 16- 10,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 104.75 and
interest ........................... 10,500.00














June 24- 17,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 104.75 and
interest ........................... 17,872.67
July 22- 16,000 Hardee County 6%'s at 104.86 and
interest ........................... 16,833.60
Aug. 9- 2,000 Hardee County 6%'s at 104.86 a,:d in-
terest ............................. 2,109.87
Aug. 27- 1,000 Hardee County 6%'s at 104.86 and
interest ........................... 1,057.93
Sep. 3- 14,000 Putnam County 5y2%'s at 100.48 and
interest ........................... 14,191.68
Sep. 3- 24,000 DeSoto County 5%'s at par and in-
terest ............................. 24,223.66
Sep. 22- 27,000 Putnam County 5/%%'s at par and
interest ........................... 27,334.12
Sep. 26- 1,000 Putnam County 51/%%'s at par and
interest ........................... 1,012.99
Oct. 16- 3,000 Madison County 6%'s at 103.59 and
interest ........................... 3,115.16
Oct. 25- 7,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 106.242
and interest ...................... 7,604.94
Nov. 7- 2,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 106.242
and interest ....................... 2,176.84
Nov. 13- 5,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 106.239
and interest ...................... 5,446.95
Dec. 6- 4,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 106.239
and interest........................ 4,260.23
Dec. 17- 4,000 Hernando County 6%'s at 106.239
and interest........................ 4,252.89
Dec. 31- 9,500 Tavares 6%'s at 104.01 flat........ 9,880.95

Total investments during year ................... $284,371.12
Transfer by Comptroller's Warrant No. 5063, dated
January 31, 1924, to Florida Bond Sinking Fund
to correct clerical error ....................... 2,000.00

Total disbursements during year ................. $286,371.12

Summary of Bonds Purchased During Year

Interest
Per Cent. Par Value. Annual.
6 ............................ $109,500.00 $ 6,570.00
5 .............................. 152,000.00 8,360.00
5 ........... ................. 15,000.00 750.00

$270,500.00 $ 15,000.00















INTEREST OFFSTATE SCHOOL FUND

Receipts during year as per detailed statement below.$117,918.72
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................... 74,758.60

$192,677.32
Disbursements during year as per detailed statement
below ....................................... 105,838.88

Balance in fund December 31, 1924 ............... $ 86,838.44

Note.-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed among
the several counties, upon the basis of average school atten-
dance.
Receipts in 1924

(Interest on securities owned by the School Fund.)

Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 31,000 Bradford County 6%'s ...........$ 930.00
35,000 Broward County 6%'s ........... 1,050.00
70,000 Citrus County 6%'s ............. 2,800.00
25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s ............. 625.00
57,000 Gadsden County 6%'s ............ 1,710.00
50,000 Hernando County 5%'s .......... 1,250.00
12,000 Hernando County 6%'s .......... 360.00
20,000 Hillsborough County 4%'s ........ 400.00'
10,000 Holmes County 6%'s ............ 300.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s ............ 300.00
40,000 Lake County 6%'s .............. 1,200.00
12,500 Levy County 6%'s .............. 375.00
10,000 Levy County 6%'s ............... 300.00
38,000 Madison County 5%'s ........... 950.00
20,000 Marion County 5%'s ............. 500.00
8,000 Okaloosa County 6%'s ........... 240.00
5,000 Pasco County 5/2 %'s ........... 137.50
12,000 Sumter County 5%'s ............... 300.00
20,000 Suwannee County 8%'s .......... 800.00
15,000 Bay County 5%'s ............... 375.00
5,000 Bartow 5% 's .................... 125.00
18,000 Bonifay 6%'s .................... 540.00
2,000 Chipley 5% 's .................... 50.00
35,000 DeFuniak Spiings 6%'s .......... 1,050.00
20,000 Eustis 6% 's ..................... 600.00
20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s ................ 500.00
15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s ................ 375.00
10,000 Haines City 7%'s ............... 350.00
7,000 Jasrer 6% 's .................... 210.00
32,000 Lakeland 5%'s .................. 800.00
3,000 Leesburg 5% 's ................... 75.00
21,500 Live Oak 5%'s .................. 537.50
18,000 Marianna 5%'s .................. 450.00
25,000 Miami 5%'s ..................... 625.00
23,000 Milton 5% 's ..................... 575.00















2,000 Mulberry 6%'s .................. 60.00
10,000 Newberry 6%'s .................. 300.00
4,500 Panama City 6%'s .............. 135.00
13,000 Pensacola 41/%'s ............... 292.50
23,000 Perry 5%'s ..................... 575.00
5,000 Port Tampa 5%'s................ 125.00
55,000 Sarasota 5%'s ............ .. 1,375.00
5,000 Tallahassee 5&'s ................ 125.00
26,000 Wauchula 6%'s ................. 780.00
10,000 Marianna Registered 5%'s ...... 250.00
45,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s ...... 787.50
368,437 Florida Refunding 3%'s ......... 5,522.50
Jan. 16-Interest on funds in banks ................. 200.37

Feb. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s .......... 975.00
31,000 Wakulla County 6%'s ............ 930.00
46,000 St. Lucie County 6%'s .......... 1,380.00
12,000 Chipley 6%'s .................... 360.00!
14,000 Plant City 6%'s ................ 420.00
20,000 DeSoto County 6%'s ............ 600.00
12,500 DeSoto County 6%'s ............ 375.00
6,500 DeSoto County 6%'s ............ 195.00
20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s ............ 500.00
7,000 Baker County 6%'s ............. 210.00
Mar. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 25,000 Panama City 5%'s (annual) ..... 1,250.00
40,000 Marianna 6%'s .................. 1,200.00
20,000 Mulberry 6%'s .................. 600.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s ........... 300.00
17,000 Jackson County 6%'s ............ 510.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s ............ 240.00
20,000 Jackson County 5%%'s .......... 550.00
110,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ............... 2,750.00
16,000 Lake City 5%'s .................. 400.00
20,000 Milton 5%'s .................... 500.00
2,500 Marion County 5%'s ............ 62.50
21,500 Calhoun County 6%'s ............ 645.00
50,000 U. S. Third Liberty 44's ........ 1,062.50

Apr. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 30,000 Dade County 4%%'s ............ 675.00
7,000 Haines City 6%'s ................ 210.00
2,000 Pensacola 41/%'s ................ 45.00

18-Interest on funds in banks ................ 103.85

May 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 40,000 Holmes County 6%'s ............ 1,200.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s ....... .... 240.00
10,000 Citrus County 6%'s ............. 300.00
22,000 Calhoun County. 5Y%'s ......... 605.00
3.000 St. Johns County 52%'s ........ 82.50
14,000 Jackson County'4%'s (annual).... 560.00











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June 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 1,000 Kissimmee 6%'s ................ 30.0U
6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s ............... 150.00
8,000 Marion County 5%'s ........... 200.00
15,000 Sebring 6%'s ................... 450.00
21,000 Hernando County 6%'s (3 mos.
interest) ...................... 315.00
30,000 Arcadia 5% 's .................... 750.00
27,000 Marion County 5%'s ............ 675.00
35,000 Washington County 6%'s ....... 1,050.00
35,000 Leesburg 6%'s (annual) ......... 2,100.00
June 23-Interest on deferred payment of coupons... 84.00

July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 15,000 Bay County 5%'s ............... 375.00
31,000 Bradford County 6%'s ........... 930.00
35,000 Broward County 6%'s............ 1,050.00
15,000 Gadsden County 5%'s............ 375.00
57,000Gadsden County 6%'s............. 1,710.00
70,000 Citrus County 6%'s............... 2,100.00
2,000 Mulberry 6%'s................... 60.00
23,000 Milton 5% 's..................... 575.00
10,000 Newberry 6%'s................... 300.00
4,500 Panama City 6%'s................ 135.00
13,000 Pensacola 4%%'s................ 292.50
23,000 Perry 5% 's....................... 575.00
50,000 Heinando County 5%'s........... 1,250.00
12,000 Hernando County 6%'s........... : 360.00
20,000 Hillsborough County 4%'s ........ 400.00
10,000 Jackson County 6%'s............. 300.00
40,000 Lake County 6%'s................ 1,200.00
10,000 Levy County 6%'s................ 300.00
12,500 Levy County 6%'s................ 375.00
20,000 Marion County 5%'s............... 500.00
5,000 Pasco County 5%%'s............. 137.50
16,000 Pinellas County 5%%'s........... 440.00
12,000 Sumter County 5%'s.............. 300.00
20,000 Suwannee County 8%'s............ 800.00
10,000 Holmes County 6%'s............. 300.00
8,000 Okaloosa County 6%'s............ 240.00
7,000 Jasper 6% 's...................... 210.00
30,000 Jasper 5%'s (annual) ............. 1,500.00
32,000 Lakeland 5%'s................... 800.00
3,000 Leesburg 5%'s ........... ....... 75.00
21,500 live Oak 5%'s................... 537.50
38,000 Madison 5%'s .................... 950.00
18,000 Marianna 5%'s................... 450.00
10,000 Marianna 5%'s (annual)........*.. 500.00
25,000 Miami 5%'s....................... 625.00
5,000 Bartow 5%'s ..................... 125.00
18,000 Bonifay 6%'s..................... 540.00
2,000 Chipley 5% 's..................... 50.00
35,000 DeFuniak 6%'s................... 1,050.00
20,000 Eustis 6%'s ...................... 600.00














20,000 Fort Meade 5%'s. ................. 500.00
15,000 Fort Myers 5%'s .................. 375.00
20,000 Greenville 5% 's ................ 550.00
10,000 Haines City 7%'s ................. 350.00
50,000 Sanford 51/'s..................... 1,375.00
55,000 Sarasota 5%'s.................... 1,375.00
26,000 Wauchula 6%'s .................. 780.00
5,000 Tallahassee 5%'s................. 125.00
5,000 Port Tampa 5%'s................. 125.00
10,000 Marianna. Registered 5%'s........ 250.00
45,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s....... 787.50
25,000 DeSoto County 5%'s.............. 625.00
368,437 Florida Refunding 3%'s........... 5,522.50
July 21-Interest on funds in banks.................. 160.73

Aug. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 7,000 Baker County 6@'s............... 210.00
6,500 DeSoto County 6%'s (Charlotte).. 195.00
20,000 DeSoto County 6%'s (Hardee).... 600.00
12,500 DeSoto County 6%'s (Hardee).... 375.00
20,000 DeSoto County 5%'s.............. 500.00
39,000 Hamilton County 5%'s............ 975.00
46,000 St. Luc'e County 6%'s............ 1,380.00
31,000 Wakulla County 6%'s............. 930.00
12,000 Chipley 6% 's..................... 360.00
14,000 Plant City 6%'s.................. 420.00
Sep. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 27,000 Jackson County 6%'s............. 810.00
20,000 Jackson County 5%'s............ 550.00
40,000 Marianna 6%'s................... 1,200.00
16,000 Lake City 5%'s .................. 400.00
2,500 Marion County 5%'s.............. 62.50
20,000 Milton 5% 's...................... 500.00
20,000 Mulberry 6%'s ................... 600.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s............. 240.00
110,000 Tallahassee 5%'s................. 2,750.00
21,500 Calhoun County 5%'s............. 645.00
Sep. 18-Interest on deferred payment of coupons.... 18.60
Sep. 26-Interest on deferred payment of coupons.... 3.51

Oct. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 8,000 Gadsden County 6%'s............ 240.00
30,000 Dade County 4%%'s............... 675.00
7,000 Haines City 6%'s................. 210.00
2,000 Pensaccla 41/%'s ................. 45.00
Oct. 18-Interest on funds in banks .................. 71.01

Nov. 1-Senmi-Annual Interest on:
$ 40,000 Holmes County 6%'s .............. 1,200.00
10,000 Citrus County 6/,,'s................ 300.00
8,000 Pinellas County 6%'s............. 24000
20,000 Chipley 5%'s (annual)............ 1,000.00
3,000 St. Johns County 512%'s.......... 82.50
22,000 Calhoun County 5%%'s........... 605.00
















Dec. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 62,000 Hernando County 6%'s........... 1,860.00
35,000 Washington County 6%'s......... 1,050.00
27,000 Miami 5%'s.................... ... 675.00
12,000 Setring 6%'s..................... 360.00
30,000 Arcadia 5%'s..................... 750.00
8,000 Marion County 5%'s............... 200.00
6,000 Tallahassee 5%'s................. 150.00
1,000 Kissimmee 6%'s ................. 30.00
Dec. 12-Interest on deferred payment of coupons.... 24.15

Total receipts during year.......................$117,918.72

Note.-All local securities owned by the fund are obligations
of Florida counties, municipalities or districts.

Disbursements in 1924.


Paid.


In favor of


County School Depository:
Feb. 6-Leon County ......................
Feb. 7-Wakulla County ....................
Feb. 7-Duval County.......................
Feb. 7-Baker County ......................
Feb. 8-Clay County ........................
Feb. 8-Columbia County ...................
Feb. 8-Bradford County....................
Feb. 8-Calhoun County ....................
Feb. 8-Madison County ....................
Feb. 8-Escambia County...................
Feb. 9-Lee County .........................
Feb. 9-Okaloosa County ..................
Feb. 9-Alachua County....................
Feb. 9-Union County.......................
Feb. 9-Taylor County......................
Feb. 9-Franklin County...................
Feb. 9-Liberty County .....................
Feb. 9-Brevard County ....................
Feb. 9-Okeechobee County .................
Feb. 9-Wal'on County .....................
Feb. 11-Bay County .........................
Feb. 11-Orange County .....................
Feb. 11-DeSoto County ....................
Feb. 11- Dade County .......................
Feb. 11-Dixie County ......................
Feb. 11-Broward County ....................
Feb. 12-Palm Beach County.................
Feb. 12-Jefferson County ...................
Feb. 12-Highlands County ...................
Feb. 13-Hernando County...................
Feb. 13-Volusia County.....................
Feb. 13-Jackson County.....................
Feb. 13-Hillsborourh County...............
Feb. 13-Holmes County .....................
3-Treas.


Warrant. Amount.


$ 2,103.92
6?3.28
9,983.68
660.80
566.72
1,652.00
921.76
964.88
1,790.32
3,943.52
900.48
1,157.52
4,393.76
641.76
1,017.52
388.08
469.84
966.56
321.44
1,404.48
1,234.24
2,760.24
862,96
4,849.60
226.24
756.50
1,853.04
1,450.40
479.36
474.32
2,688.00
3,327.52
9,849 00
1,360.24

















Paid. In favor of. Wa
County School Depository:
Feb. 15-Lafayette County ...................
Feb. 15-Collier County .....................
Feb. 15-Gadsden County ....................
Feb. 20-Pasco County .......................
Feb. 20-Charlotte County ...................
Feb: 25-Hamilton County ...................
Feb. 15--eminole County....................
Feb. 25-Lake County ........................
Feb. 25- Osceola County.....................
Feb. 25-Suwannee County...................
Feb. 25-Santa Rosa County .................
Feb. 26-Levy County .......................
Feb. 26-Sumter County ....................
Feb. 26- Putnam County.....................
Feb. 26-Washington County.................
Feb. 27-Pinellas County................... ..
Feb. 27-Flagler County. ................... ..
Feb. 27-Nassau County .....................
Feb. 27-Citrus County .......................
Feb. 27-St. Johns County..: ................
Feb. 27-Glades County.....................
Feb. 27-Marion County .....................
Feb. 28- Polk County........................
Feb. 28-Manatee County ....................
Feb. 28--Hardee County .....................
Feb. 29-St. Lucie County ..................
Mar. 1-Sarasota County ...................
Mar. 1-Monroe County.....................
Mar. 3-Hendry County.....................

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


errant.

5684
5664
5673
5700
5661
5675
5708
5685
5698
5710
5706
5688
5709
5703
5716
5701
5671
5694
5662
5704
5674
5692
5702
5691
5676
5705
5707
5693
5677


Amount.

521.92
85.68
2,657.20
882.00
298.48
999.04
1,491.84
1,706.32
828.24
1,641.36
1,560.72
1,233.12
1,302.00
1,545.60
1,459.92
3,292.24
182.56
901.60
635.04
1,064.00
207.76
2,764.72
5,737.76
1,718.08
1,234.80
978.88
43.76
1,313.20
126.00


......$105,838.88


PRINCIPAL OF AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

Receipts during year ................. ...... .....$.........
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 346.30

$ 346.30
Disbursements during year......................... ........

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 346.30















AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

Receipts in 1924.

(Interest on securities owned by Fund.)

Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 8,000 Lakeland 5%'s...................$
135,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s...........
Feb. 1- 9,000 Plant City 6%'s..................
July 1- 8,000 Lakeland 5%'s....................
135,800 Florida Refunding 3%'s ..........
July 5-Comptroller's Warrant to cover deficiency in
interest as provided under Section 635, Re-
vised General Statutes ....................
Aug. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:


200.00
2,037.00
270.00
200.00
2,037.00


2,716.00


$ 9,000 Plant City 6%'s................. 270.00

Total receipts during year ......................$ 7,730.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 16.66

$ 7,746.66
Disbursements during year.......................... 2,523.66

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 5,223.00



PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND

Receipts from sale of $15,000 Alabama Regsitered
3% bonds ..................................... $ 12,838.96
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 346.19

$ 13,185.15
Disbursements during year (purchase of $13,000 Put-
nam County 5%% Special Road and Bridge District
No. 6 Bonds at 100.48 and interest)................ 13,172,54

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 12.61



INTEREST OF SEMINARY FUND

Receipts during year as per detailed statement below.$ 4,385.95
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 1,104.10

$ 5,490.05
Disbursements during year ......................... 3,271.41

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 2,218.64















Receipts in 1924.
(Interest on securities owned by Fund.)

Jan. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 15,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s .......$
3,500 Quincy 5% 's .....................
9,000 Fort Myers 5%'s................
5,000 Broward County 6%'s.............
97,600 Florida Refunding 3%'s...........
Jan. 15-Interest on funds in banks ..................
Apr. 18-Interest on funds in banks .................
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:


262.50
87.50
225.00
150.00
1,464.00
2.50
2.91


$ 15,000 Alabama Registered 3%%'s........ 262.50
3,500 Quincy 5% 's ..................... 87.50
9,000 Fort Myers 5%'s................. 225.00
5,000 Broward County 6%'s ............ 150.00
97,600 Florida Refunding 3%'s........... 1,464.00
July 21-Interest on funds in bank .................. 2.54

Total receipts during year ....................... 4,385.95

HATCH EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government.$ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................ 1,573.71
$ 16,573.71
Disbursements during year......................... 15,110.34

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 1,463.37

ADAMS EXPERIMENT STATION FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government.$ 15,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 1,278.18
$ 16,278.18
Disbursements during year ......................... 15,000.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 1,278.18

LEVER AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FUND-FEDERAL

Receipts from United States Government ........... $ 58,854.23
Interest on funds in banks.......................... 549.47

Total receipts during year ...................... $ 59,403.70
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 8,987.17
$ 68,390.87
Disbursements during year.......................... 61,687.65

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............... $ 6,703.22













LEVER SUPPLEMENTAL EXTENSION FUND-FEDERAL

Receipts from United States Government............$ 15,496.07
Interest on funds in banks.......................... 142.44

Total receipts during year ..................... $ 15,638.51
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 2,532.68

$ 18,171.19
Disbursements during year ......................... 15,809.37

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............. .$ 2,361.82



SMITH-HUGHES AGRICULTURAL FUND-FEDERAL

Receipts from United States Government............$ 24,252.41
Interest on funds in banks .......................... 197.39
Transfer of funds by Comptroller.................... 1,224.29

Total receipts during year......................$ 25,674.09
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 .................. 7,098.14

$ 32,772.23
Disbursements during year.......................... 25,138.58

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 7,633.65



SMITH-HUGHES TRADES AND INDUSTRIES FUND-
FEDERAL

Receipts from United States Government ............$ 13,479.41
Interest on funds in banks.......................... 68.07
Transfer of funds by Comptroller................... 2,767.64

Total receipts during year ......................$ 16,315.12
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 2,275.32

$ 18,590.44
Disbursements during year.......................... 14,449.07

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 4,141.37














SMITH-HUGHES TEACHERS' TRAINING FUND-FEDERAL,

Recepits from United States Government............ $ 9,776.12
Interest on funds in banks ......................... 30.89
Transfer of funds by Comptroller ..................... 612.20

Total receipts during year....................$ 10,419.21
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 755.10

$ 11,174.31
Disbursements during year .......................... 9,443.36

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 1,730.95



FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN INCIDENTAL,
FUND

Receipts during year from College..................$ 54,043.56
Receipts from insurance companies, account of fire
loss ........................................... 2,000.00

Total receipts during year...................... $ 56,043.56
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 23,070.28

$ 79,113.84
Disbursements during year .......................... 48,729.51

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 30,384.33



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from University................ $ 44,809.15
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 16,284.73

$ 61,093.88
Disbursements during year.......................... 46,182.43

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............,$ ,20,3t1.45



EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from Station ................... $ 8,399.45
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 998.68

$ 9,398.13
Disbursements during year .......................... '8,388.26

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 1,009.87












GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from University. .............. $ 7,514.63
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 1,070.94

$ 8,585.57
Disbursements during year .................. ....... 6,665.20

balance in fund December 31, 1924............. .$ 1,920.37



DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from School ................... $ 1,659.06
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 .................. 1,955.65

$ 3,614.71
Disbursements during year .................. ....... 1,047.28

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 2,567.43



WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND

receipts during year from United States Government.$ 25,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 .................. 4,390.00
S$ 29,390.00
Disbursements during year......................... $ 19,570.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 9,820.00



AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES MORRILL FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government.$ 25,000.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 19,273.39
$ 44,273.99
Disbursements during year. ......................... 27,861.46

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 16,412.53












AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year from College ................... $ 3,908.68
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 744.41

$ 4,653.09
Disbursements during year.......................... 4,647.44

Balance in fund December 31, 1924 .............. $ 5.65


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR
NEGROES HOSPITAL FUND
Receipts during year from patients ................... $ 1,116.57
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 43.53

$ 1,160.10
Disbursements during year .......................... 1,158.93

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. .$ 1.17


STATE PRISON FUND

Receipts in 1924
From State taxes.................................$ 61,167.66
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions 2,618.06

Total receipts on account of State taxes......... $ 63,785.72
Receipts from State Prison Farm.................... 36,381.17
Receipts on account of contract with Salant & Salant. 15,000.00

Total receipts during year.................... .. $115,166.89
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 112,655.16

$227,822.05
Disbursements during year ........................ 219,670.29

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 8,151.76


RAILROAD COMMISSION FINES FUND

Receipts during year................................ $ ..
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 563.11

$ 563.11
Disbursements during year ........................... 8.41

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............... $ 464.70















73

SHELL FISH FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 6532, Laws of
Florida ....................... ...................$ 26,121.29
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 13,304.30
$ 39,425.59
Disbursements during year ......................... 25,008.54

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............. $ 14,417.05



TEACHERS' EXAMINATION FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 7372, Laws of
Florida ....................................... .$ 9,517.29
Receipts from certificates upon diplomas ............ 1,467.00

Total receipts during year .................... .$ 10,984.29
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 .................. 2,628.83

$ 13,613.12
Disbursements during year ................ ........ 8,430.76

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 5,182.36



PENSION TAX FUND

Receipts in 1924

From State taxes.................. .... ........ .. $ 966,844.55
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemp-
tions ........................................... 52,360.31

Total receipts on account of State taxes........$1,019,204.86
From Comptroller, account refunds from pensioners 3.33

Total receipts during year....................$1,019,208.19
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................ 263,929.48

$1,283.137.67
Disbursements during year ......................... 1,067,946.49

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............$ 215,191.18


















STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND

Receipts in 1924

From State taxes ................................ .$201,464.44
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions 10,472905

Total receipts on account of State taxes........... $211,936.49
Anti-rabic treatments....................... ........ 2,465,28
Receipts on account of various items ................ 1,011.22
Receipts from Rockefeller Foundation ............... 2,091.23
Refund on account of loan to fund under Sheppard-
Towner Act ...................................... 5,000.00

Total receipts during year...................... $222,504.22
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 50,314.83'

$272,819.05
Disbursements during year.......................... 213,947,42

Balance in fund December 31, 1924........... ..$ 58,871.63



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, VENEREAL CONTROL ACT

Receipts from United States Government. ............$ 229.04
Receipts from State Board of Health ................ 229.04

Total receipts during year ................... .. $ 458.08
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 3,421.35

$ 3,879.43
Disbursements during year.......................... 1,957.59

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............... $ 1,921.84



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, SHEPPARD-TOWNER ACT

Receipts from United States Government............ $ 15,031.72
Receipts from State Board of Health ................ 25,063.44
Interest on funds in banks.......................... 181.90

Total receipts during year.....................$ 40,277.06
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 .................. 1,812.56

$ 42,089.62
Disbursements during year ......................... 30,669.69

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 11,419.93
















STATE BOARD OF NURSES FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 7892, Laws of
Florida ........................................ $ 6,231.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 1,240.64

. -$ 7,471.64
tlisburemients. during year......................... 4,974.87

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 2,496.77



FLORIDA BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 7892, Laws of
Florida .......................................... $ 1,580.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 73.63

$ 1,653.63
Disbursements during year.......................... 1,160.50

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 493.13



AUTOMOBILE REFUND FUND

Receipts during year from automobile licenses ... ..$.........
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 168.00

$ 168.00
Disbursements during year.......................... .........
Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 168.00



AUTOMOBILE THEFT FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 9157, Laws of
Florida .......................................... 147,166.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 36,094.25

$183,260.25
Disbursements during year......................... 140,107.30

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 43,152.95















76

DRAINAGE BOND FUND

Receipts in 1924

From sale of Drainage Bonds......................$1,484,316.13
From banks and Trustees' I. I. Fund, on account of
pending bond sales............................... 86,000.00
From sale of old equipment........................ 3,300.91
From sale of junk................................. 1,168.75
From sale of lumber, etc., to Southern S. S. Co...... 753.62
Canal tolls, maps, etc.............................. 6,336.73
Reimbursement account of labor and canal work.... 50,770.08
Receipts on account of truck hire.................. 95.20
Refunds on freight ............. ....................... 536.06
Interest on funds in banks........................ 3,033.15
Interest on certificates of deposit .................. 10,372.99
Rent on machinery ................................ 336.20

Total receipts during year..................... 1,647,019.82
Balance in fund January 1, 1924............... 112,861.77

$1,759,881.59
Disbursements during year........................ 1,571,877.00

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............$ 188,004.59



EVERGLADES DRAINAGE BOND SINKING FUND

Receipts in 1924

Interest on bonds owned by fund ....................$ 300.00
Interest on funds in banks.......................... 504.63
Transfer of 2 per cent of drainage taxes collected... 19,333.77

Total receipts during year ................. ....$ 20,138.40
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 4,675.37

$ 24,813.77
Disbursements during year ..................................

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 24,813.77














DRAINAGE TAX FUND (REGULAR)

Receipts in 1924
From State taxes................................ $ 775,987.96
From Circuit Court Clerks, account tax certificate
redemptions ................... .......... ........ 22,897.65
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemp-
tions .................... ....................... 3,114.39

Total receipts account of State taxes..........$ 802,000.00
Land sales under Chapters 6456 and 6457.......... 1,509.06
Receipts from Internal Improvement Fund Board... 205,862.48

Total receipts during year.'. ................... $1,009,371.54
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................ 334,334.79

$1,343,706.33
Disbursements during year........................ 911,808.25

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............. $ 431,898.08


DRAINAGE TAX FUND (ONE MILL)
Receipts during year............................. $ 10,627.67
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 21,266.42

$ 31,894.09
Disbursements during year.......................... ........

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 31,894.09


TOBACCO EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year ........................ ..... .. ...
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 200.00

$ 200.00
Disbursements during year .......................... .......

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............... $ 200.00


GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND
Receipts during year from School................... $ 255.99
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 11,015.72

$ 11,271.71
Disbursements during year.......................... 1,250.94

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 10,020.77











78

BOYS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND

;Receipts during year from School................... ........
SBalance in fund January 1, 1924 ................. 6.35

S$ 6.35
Disbursements during year.......................... .........

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 6.35



FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
FUND

Receipts during year................................$.......
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 47,660.59

$ 47,660.59
Disbursements during year ........................ 45,311.37

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 2,349.22



FLORIDA FARM COLONY EPILEPTIC AND FEEBLE-MINDED
INCIDENTAL FUND

receipts on account of pay patients................ $ 1,797.35
From lease of timber lands ........................ 3,500.00

total receipts during year.......................$ 5,297.35
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 2,568.62

$ 7,865.97
Disbursements during year .......................... 7,179.77

Balance in fund December 31, 1924...............$ 686.20



HOTEL COMMISSION FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 9264, Laws of
Florida ............. ............ ............... $ 51,495.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 10,534.55

$ 62,029.55
Dsibursements during year. ........................ 39,596.04

Balance in fund December 31, 1924...............$ 22,433.51














TICK ERADICATION FUND

Receipts during year from State taxes................$201,294.78
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions 10,472.05

Total receipts during year......................$211,766.83
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 40,402.97

$252,169.80
Disbursements during year.......................... 218,210.51

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 33,959.29


SPECIAL SHELL FISH PLANTING FUND

Receipts during year under Chapter 9338, Laws of
Florida ........................................ $ 2,146.12
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 224.65

$ 2,370.77
Disbursements during year.......................... 195.71

Balance in fund December 31, 1924...............$ 2,175.06


STATE ROAD TAX FUND

Receipts from State taxes......................... 403,448.75
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemp-
tions ........................................... 20,944.13

Total receipts account of State taxes........... $ 424,392.88
Receipts from State Road Department............. 879,219.83

Total receipts during year ..................... $1,303,612.71
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ............... 179,267.32

$1,482,880.03
Disbursements during year ....................... 1,385,712.74

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............$ 97,167.29


MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE COUNTY ROAD FUND

Receipts during year................................ $......
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................ 32,373.74

$ 32,373.74
Disbursements during year .......................... 28,520.48

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 3,853.26














MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE EXPENSE FUND
Receipts during year...............................$156,672.48
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 6,021.78

$162,694.26
Disbursements during year .......................... 91,829.06

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 70,865.20


MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE MAINTENANCE FUND
Receipts during year................................$112,579.83
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 45,148.63

$157,728.46
Disbursements during year.......................... 140,361.56

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 17,366.90


FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND
Receipts during year from United States Govern-
m ent ......................................... $1,071,287.04
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 73,248.91

$1,144,535.95
Disbursements during year........................ $1,123,521.12

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............$ 21,014.83


STATE-FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND
Receipts during year.............................$1,576,118.04
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................ 22,406.97

$1,598,525.01
Disbursements during year........................ 1,598,247.90

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............$ 277.11


STATE AID FUND FOR COUNTIES

Receipts during year..............................$ 573,562.40
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 1,140.23

$ 574.709.63
Disbursements during year ........................ 572,806.66

Balance in fund December 31, 1924 .............$ 1,895.97














STATE ROAD LICENSE FUND (GASOLINE)

Receipts during year............................. $2,448,873.02
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................ 375,065.87
$2,823,938.89
Disbursements during year........................ 2,386,748.53

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............ $ 437,190.36


COUNTY ROAD LICENSE FUND (GASOLINE)

Recepits during year ............................. $1,218,159.03
Balance in fund January 1, 1924............... 88,207.18

$1,306,366.21
Disbursements during year....................... 1,185,033.47

Balance in fund December 31, 1924 ............ $ 121,332.74


GASOLINE LICENSE EXPENSE FUND

Receipts during year ............ .................... 4,200.00
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 1,000.00

$ 5,200.00
Disbursements during year .......................... 3,374.30

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 1,825.70


GASOLINE INSPECTION FUND

Receipts during year .................... ......... $175,907.69
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 126,557.39
$302,465.08
Disbursements during year.......................... 132,676.78

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $169,788.30


STATE HIGHWAY FUND

Receipts during year (transferred from Gasoline In-
spect'on Fund) .................................... $126,325.66
Balance in fund January 1, 1924................. 92.76
$196.418.42
Disbursements during year.......................... 126,410.54

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 7.88











82

STATE ROAD FUND FOR MAINTENANCE OF STATE
ROADS

Receipts during year................................ $ 70,001.40
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ........................

$ 70,001.40
Disbursements during year .......................... 69,779.50

Balance in fund December 31, 1924..............$ 221.90



FLORIDA NATIONAL FOREST FUND

Receipts during year from United States Government.$ 4,962.70
Balance in fund January 1, 1924 ................ 4,560.84

$ 9,523.54
Disbursements during year......................... 4,560.84

Balance in fund December 31, 1924. .............$ 4962.70



ASYLUM PATIENTS TRUST FUND

Receipts during year................................. .
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 2,453.21

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

Balance in fund December 31, 1924.............. $ 2,453.21



EVERGLADES EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year ...............................$ 8,690.26
Balance in fund January 1, 1924........................, ..

$ 8,690.26
Disbursements during year. .......................... 675.73

Balance in fund December 31. 1924..............$ 8,014.53













FLORIDA BOND SINKING FUND


Receipts in 1924

Jan. --Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 20,000 Broward County 6%'s............$ 600.00
20,000 Marion County 5%'s.............. 500.00
S2,000 Pasco County 5%'s............. 55.00
: 9,000 Pinellas County 5%%'s........... 247.50
17,000 Leesburg 5%'s ................... 425.00
16,500 Live Oak 5%'s................... 412.50
10,000 South Jacksonville 6%'s........... 300.00
Jan. 31-Redemption of Vero 6% Bonds at par...... 2,000.00
Jan. 31-Interest collected on State deposits during
m month ................................... 13,709.10
Feb. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 17,000 Perry 6%'s ...................... 510.00
13,000 Baker County 6%'s............... 390.00
6,000 Chipley 6%'s..................... 180.00
Feb. 29-Interest collected on State deposits during
month ................................... 298.82
Mar, ,31--Interest collected on State deposits during
m onth .................... ............... 247.04
Apr. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 25,000 Hernando County 5%'s............ 625.00
18,000 Haines City 6%'s................ 540.00
12,500 Vero 6% 's........................ 375.00
3,000 Perry 6% 's....................... 90.00
Apr. 30-Interest collected on State deposits during
month ................................... 16,8.6.00
.May 31--Interest collected on State deposits during
month ................................... 1,161.00
June 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 19,000 Hernando County 6%'s........... 285.00
June 20-Redemption of $6,000 Broward County 6%
Bonds ................................... 6,000.00
June 20-Interest for 5 months and 10 days on said
bonds, at the rate of 6%................... 168.00
June 30-Interest collected on State deposits during
m onth ................................... 1,461.06
July 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 14,000 Broward County 6%'s............ 420.00
10,000 Gadsden County 5%'s............ 250.00
10,000 Greenville 5%%'s ................. 275.00
17,000 Leesburg 5%'s ................... 425.00
S 16,500 Live Oak 5%'s.... ............. 412.50
20,000 Marion County 5%'s .............. 500.00
2,000 Pasco County 5%%'s............ 55.00
9,000 Pinellas County 5%%'s........... 247.50
10,000 South Jacksonville 6%'s.......... 300.00
July 31-Interest collected on State deposits during
m onth ................................... 22,777.85













Aug. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 13,000 Baker County 6%'s ...............
6,000 Chipley 6% 's .....................
17,000 Perry 6%'s .......................
Aug. 31-Interest collected on State deposits during
m onth ...................................
Sep. 30-Interest collected on State deposits during
m onth ..................................
Oct. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 12,500 Vero 6% 's ........................
18,000 Haines City 6%'s................
3,000 Perry 6% 's .......................
25,000 Hernando County 5%'s............
Oct. 9-Redemption of Vero 6% Bonds at par.......
Oct. 31-Interest collected on State deposits during
m onth .................................
Nov. 30-Interest collected on State deposits during


390.00
180.00
510.00

928.37

850.25

375.00
540.00
90.00
625.00
1,500.00

21,941.28


m onth ................................... 462.07
Dec. 1-Semi-Annual Interest on:
$ 28,000 Hernando County 6%'s........... 840.00
Dec. 31-Interest' collected on State deposits during
m onth ................................... 656.59

Total receipts during year ...................... $102,957.43
Balance in fund January 1, 1924.................. 481.90

$103,439.33
Disbursements during year. ......................... 103,114.41

Balance in fund December 31, 1924............... 324.92

Note.-The disbursements, as shown in detail below, were
for the purchase of bonds, in which the interest on State de-
posits is invested, as explained on pages 9 to 11 of this report.

Disbursements in 1924

Bonds of Florida counties, municipalities and districts were
purchased during the year as follows:
Feb. 14-$10,000 Greenville 51/% Bonds at .98 and in-
terest .......................... $ 9,865.70
Feb. 19- 10,000 Gadsden County 5% Bonds at .92 and
interest ........................... 9,266.66
May 27- 19,000 Hernando County 6% Bonds at 104.75
and interest...................... 20,174.83
June 24- 8,000 Hernando County 6% Bonds at 104.75
and interest........................ 8,410.68
July 22- 24,000 Hardee County 6% Bonds at 104.86
and interest........................ 25,250.40
Aug. 9- 2,000 Hardee County 6% Bonds at 104.86
and interest........................ 2,109.87















Oct. 16- 9,000 Madison County 6% Bonds at 102.8562
and interest ....................... 9,279.56
9,000 Madison County 6% Bonds at 103.2327
and interest........................ 9,313.44
6,000 Madison County 6% Bonds at 103.59
and interest ........................ 6,230.40
Oct. 25- 1,000 Hernando County 6% Bonds at 106.242
and interest................ ........ 1,086.42
Dec. 6- 2,000 Hernando Couinty 6% Bonds at
106.239 and interest................. 2,126.45

Total investments during year................... $103,114.41
Dec. 31-Cash balance in fund ....................... 324.92

$103,439.33



STATEMENT OF THE SECURITIES IN THE
VARIOUS FUNDS

PRINCIPAL OF THE STATE SCHOOL FUND

Securities in Fund January 1, 1924

Florida Refunding 3% Bonds......................$ 368,167.00
Alabama Registered 31/2% Bonds................... 45,000.00
U. S. Third Liberty Loan 41/4% Bonds............... 50,000.00
Bay County, Fla., 5% Bonds........................ 40,000.00
Baker County, Fla., 6% Bonds..................... 7,000.00
Bradford County, Fla., 6% Bonds................... 31,000.00
Broward County, Fla., 6% Bonds................... 35,000.00
Calhoun County, Fla., 51/2% Bonds................. 22,000.00
Calhoun County, Fla., 6% Time Warrants .......... 21,500.00
Citrus County, Fla., 6% Bonds..................... 80,000.00
Dade County, Fla., 4Y2% Bonds.................... 30,000.00
DeSoto County, Fla., 5% Bonds.................... 45,000.00
DeSoto County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................... 39,000.00
Gadsden County, Fla., 6% Bonds................... 57,000.00
Hamilton County, Fla., 5% Bonds.................. 39,000.00
Hernando County, Fla., 5% Bonds.................. 50,000.00
Hernando County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................. 12,000.00
Hillsborough County, Fla., 4% Bonds............... 20,000.00
Holmes County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................... 50,000.00
Jackson County, Fla., 4% Bonds.................... 14,000.00
Jackson County, Fla., 51/ % Bonds.................. 20,000.00
Jackson County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................... 37,000.00
Lake County, Fla., 6% Bonds...................... 40,000.00
Levy County, Fla., 6% Bonds...................... 22,500.00
Madison County, Fla., 5% Bonds .................... 38,000.00
Marion County, Fla., 5% Bonds .................... 30.500.00
Okaloosa County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................. 8,000.00
Pasco County, Fla., 564% Bonds................... 5,000.00
Pinellas County, Fla., 6% Bonds ................... 16,000.00














St. Johns County, Fla., 5%% Bonds................ 3,000.00
St. Lucie County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................. 46,000.q0
Sumter County, Fla., 5% Bonds.................... 12,000.00
Suwannee County, Fla., 8% Funding Warrants..... 20,000,9.0
Wakulla County, Fla., 6% Bonds ............... 31,000.00
Washintgon County, Fla., 6% Bonds................ 35,000.00
Arcadia, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................... 30,000.90.
Bartow, Fla., 5% Bonds ............................ 5,000.00
Bonifay, Fla., 6% Bonds ........ .................. 18,000.00
Chipley, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................... 22,000.00
Chipley, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................... 12,000.00
DeFuniak Springs, Fla., 6% Bonds.................. 35,000.00
Eustis, Fla., 6% Bonds ............................ 20,000.00
Fort Meade, Fla., 5% Bonds........................ 20,000.00
Fort Myers, Fla., 5% Bonds........................ 15,000.00
Haines City, Fla., 6% Bonds....................... 7,000.00
Haines City, Fla., 7% Bonds....................... 10,000.00
Jasper, Fla., 5% Bonds ............................ 30,000.00
Jasper, Fla., 6% Bonds............................ 7,000.00
Kissimmee, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................ 1,000.00
Lake City, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................ 16,000.00
Lakeland, Fla., 5% Bonds......................... 32,000.00
Leesburg, Fla., 5% Bonds.......................... 3,000.00
Leesburg, Fla., 6% Bonds.......................... 35,000.00
Live Oak, Fla., 5% Bonds......................... 21,500.00
Marianna, Fla., 5% Bonds (not coupon)............ 10,000.00
Marianna, Fla., 5% Bonds......................... 28,000.00
Marianna, Fla., 6% Bonds......................... 40,000.00
Miami, Fla., 5% Bonds ............................ 52,0'00.00
Mil'on, Fla., 5% Bonds ............................ 43,000.00
Mulberry, Fla., 6% Bonds.......................... 22,000.00
Newberry, Fla., 6% Bonds.......................... 10,000.00
Panama City, Fla., 6% Bonds..................... .4,500.00
Pensacola, Fla., 4%% Bonds....................... 15,000,00
Perry, Fla., 5% Bonds.............................. 23,000,00
Plant City, Fla., 6% Bonds......................... 14,000.00
Port Tampa, Fl., 5% Bonds........................ 5,000.00
Sarasota, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................... 55.009.00
Sebring, Fla., 6% Bonds............................. 15.i00.00
Tallahassee, Fla., 5% Bonds....................... 121,000.00
Wauchula, Fla., 6% Bonds......................... 26,000.00

Par value of securities in fund January 1, 1924. ..$2,242,667.00


Securities Purchased During 1924

DeSoto County, Fla., 5%4% Bonds..................$
Gadsden County, Fla., 5% Bonds ...................
Gadsden County. Fla., 6% Bonds...................
Hardee County, Fla., 6% Bonds....................
Hernando County, Fla., 6% Bonds..................
Madison County, Fla., 6% Bonds...................
Pinellas County, Fla., 5-% Bonds...............:.
Putnam County, Fla., 51%% Bonds..................


24.000.00
15,000.00
8,000,00
19,000.00
70,000.00
3.0'0P00
16,000o00
42,000.00
















Greenville, Fla., 5%% Bonds ....................... 20,000.00
Sanford, Fla., 52%% Bonds......................... 50,000.00
Tavares, Fla., 6% Bonds.......................... 9,500.00

Total par value of securities purchased in 1924..$ 276,500.00
Par value of securities in fund January 1, 1924...... 2,242,667.00

$2,519,167.00
Securities Matured, Redeemed and Sold During 1924
U. S. Third Liberty Loan 4/4'/ Bonds (sold by
order of the State Board of Education) .......... $ 50,000.00
Sebring, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................... 3,000.00
Gadsden County, Fla., 6% Bonds ................... 4,000.00
Alabama Registered 31/% Bonds (sold by order of
the State Board of Education) ................... 45,000.00
Pinellas County, Fla., 6% Bonds .................... 500.00
Holmes County, Fla., 6% Bonds (sold by order of the
State Board of Education) ...................... 2,000.00

Total par value of securities matured, redeemed
and sold during 1924 ........................ $ 104,500.00
Par value of bonds in fund December 31, 1924 ....... 2,414,667.00

$2,519,167.00

PRINCIPAL OF THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

Securities in Fund January 1, 1924

Lakeland, Fla., 5% Bonds..........................$ 8,000.00
Plant City, Fla., 6% Bonds......................... 9,000.00
Florida Refunding 3% Bond ....................... 131,900.00
Florida Refunding 3% Bond ........................ 3,900.00

$ 152,800.00
Securities purchased during year ..............................

$ 152,800.00
Securities matured, redeemed and sold during year.............

Par value of bonds in fund December 31, 1924..$ 152,800.00

PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND

Securities in Fund January 1, 1924

Alabama Registered 3y% Bonds ................... $ 15,000.00
Florida Refunding 3% Bond ........................ 76.600.00
Florida Refunding 3% Bond ....................... 21,000.00
Broward County, Fla., 6% Bonds.. .................. 5,000.00
Fort Myers, Fla., 6% Bonds....................... 9,000.00
Quincy, Fla., 5% Bonds ......... ................ 3,500.00

Par value of securities in fund January 1, 1924..$ 130,100.00
















Securities Purchased During 1924
Putnam County, Fla., 52%% Bonds ................$ 1.000.00
Par value of securities in fund January 1, 1924...... 130,100.00

$ 143,100.00
Securities Sold During 1924
Alabama Registered 32%% Bonds (sold by order of
the State Board of Education)................... $ 15,000.00
Par value of bonds in fund December 31, 1924...... 128,100.00

$ 143,100.00

FLORIDA BOND SINKING FUND
Securities in Fund January 1, 1924
Baker County, Fla., 6% Bonds... ................. $ 13,000.00
Brevard County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................... 20,000.00
Hernando County, Fla., 5% Bonds.................. 25,000.00
Marion County, Fla., 5% Bonds.................... 20,000.00
Pasco County, Fla., 51/2% Bonds.................... 2,000.00
Pinellas County, Fla., 51/2% Bonds.................. 9,003.00
Chipley, Fla., 6% Bonds........................... 6,000.00
Haines City, Fla., 6% Bonds....................... 18,000.00
Leesburg, Fla., 5% Bonds.......................... 17,00.00
Live Oak, Fla., 5% Bonds.......................... 16,500.00
Perry, Fla., 6% Bonds ............................. 20,000.00
South Jacksonville, Fla., 6% Bonds................ 10,000.00
Vero, Fla., 6% Bonds.............................. 12,500.00

Par value of securities in fund January 1, 1924..$ 189,000.00
Securities Purchased During 1924

Greenville, Fla., 5%% Bonds.......................$ 10,000.00
Gadsden County, Fla., 5% Bonds................... 10.000.00
Hernando County, Fla., 6% Bonds................ 30,000.00
Hardee County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................... 26,000.00
Madison County, Fla., 6% Bonds................... 24,000.00

Total par value of securities purchased in 1924.$ 100,000.00
Par value of securities in fund January 1, 1924...... 189,000.00

$ 289,000.00
Securities Matured and Redeemed During 1924
Broward County, Fla., 6% Bonds.................. $ 6,000.00
Vero, Fla., 6% Bonds .............................. 1,500.00

Total par value of securities redeemed in 1924..$ 7,500.00
Par value of securities in fund December 31, 1924... 281,500.00

$ 289,000.00













STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND

Receipts in 1924

Premiums on account of fire insurance as follows:
Jan. 2-Account of current premiums ............. $ 11,878.66
Jan. 19-Refund by warrant No. 3146............... *1,875.00
Feb. 8-Account of current premiums............ 11,878.66
Mar. 10-Account of current premiums............. 11,878.66
Apr. 9-Account of current premiums............. 11,878.66
May 16-Account of current premiums............. 11,878.66
June ll-Account of current premiums............. 8,505.42
July 3-Account of past premiums under Chapter
9151 .................................... 20,000.00

Total receipts during year .....................$ 89,773.72
Balance in the fund January 1, 1924............ 45,410.45

$ 135,184.17
Total disbursements during year............... 36,046.73

Balance in the fund December 31, 1924..........$ 99,137.44

*Note.-Warrant No. 22157, for $1875.00, paid June 2, 1923,
issued in error against State Fire Insurance Fund. Should have
been against Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund.
Refund by Warrant No. 3146, January 18, 1924.

Disbursements in 1924
Paid. To Whom Issued. Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 1-A. H. Roberts, salary.............. 55433 $ 208.33
Feb. 1-A. H. Roberts, salary.............. 4928 208.33
Feb. 21-Yaeger-Rhodes Hdw. Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College........... 8049 91.27
Feb. 21-Van Brunt & Yon, account of fire
loss A. & M. College ............... 8050 19.75
Feb. 21-P. W. Wilson & Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College ............... 8051 13.55
Feb. 21-Chas. Williams Hdw. Co., account of
fire loss A. & M. College............ 8048 285.75
Feb. 27-The Spectator Co., book............. 9280 1.00
Mar. 1-A. H. Roberts, salary ............. 10516 208.33
Mar. 6-Yaeger-Rhodes Hdw. Co., account
fire loss........................... 10617 2.00
Apr. 1-A. H. Roberts, salary .............. 16412 208.34
Apr. 22-Van Brunt & Yon, account fire loss
A. & M. College................... 20205 61.15
Apr. 23-Grant Furniture Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College................ 20204 366.85
Apr. 23-Chas. Williams Hdw. Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College........... 20202 10.00
Apr. 28-Yaeger-Rhodes Hdw. Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College........... 20203 23.20













Paid. To Whom Issued. Warrant. Amount.
May 6-Chas. Lugroz, account fire loss A. &
M College......................... 20288 329.15
May 14-A. H. Roberts, salary............. 22784 138.88
May 21-Van Brunt & Yon, account fire loss
A. & M. College.................... 25470 45.20
June 2-A. H. Roberts, salary .............. 28266 174.74
June 19-C. A. Fulghum, account fire loss A.
& M. College...................... 31393 925.00
July 2-A. H. Roberts, salary .............. 28266 208.34
July 24-W. A. Edwards, account fire loss A.
& M. College...................... 37539 550.00
July 24-W. A. Edwards, account fire loss A.
& M. College ...................... 37540 450.00
Aug. 1-A. H. Roberts, salary ............. 39592 208.33
Sep. 2-A. H. Roberts, salary ............. 44330 208.33
Sep. 16-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College ............. 47160 4,500.00
Sep. 18-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College............... 47159 4,000.00
Sep. 18-Franklin F. Davis, account fire loss
A. & M. College ................... 47161 400.00
Sep. 26-J. A. Far & Egan Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College.............. 47155 390.00
Sep. 26-J. A. Far & Egan Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College ............... 47156 381.00
Sep. 26-J. A. Far & Egan Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College .............. 47157 146.00
Sep. 26-J. A. Far & Egan Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College. ............... 47158 1,230.00
Oct. 2-A. H. Roberts, salary.............. 49498 208.33
Oct. 20-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College................. 53723 5,000.00
Oct. 28-J. A. Far & Egan Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College.............. 53722 1,097.14
Nov. 1-A. H. Roberts, salary.............. 55251 208.33
Nov. 19-Leon Electric Supply Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College............ 57961 222.04
Nov. 19-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College .............. 57956 3,000.00
Nov. 19-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College............... 57959 3,500.00
Nov. 19-Tallahassee Furniture Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College........... 57957 89.00
Nov. 19-Yaeger-Rhodes Hdw. Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College............ 57958 688.02
Nov. 20-Towers Hdw. Co., account fire loss
A. & M. College................... 57960 100.00
Dec. 1-B. A. Luning,. salary ............... 60941 208.33
Dec. 15-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College ............... 64138 2,950.0.0
Dec. 15-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College ............... 64139 1,550.00














Paid. To Whom Issued. Warrant. Amount.
Dec. 16-Tallahassee Furniture Co., account
fire loss A. & M. College............ 64141 40.50
Dec. 17-Rhodes Hdw. Co., account fire loss
A. & M. College ................... 64143 100.35
Dec. 17-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College................ 64820 450.00
Dec. 17-Forster & Christopher, account fire
loss A. & M. College .............. 64819 250.00
Dec. 17-Grant Furniture Co., account fire
loss A. & M. College ............... 64142 159.25
Dec. 19-D. A. Dixon Co., account fire loss A.
& M. College..................... 64140 205.07
Dec. 22-Pichard Bros., account fire loss A.
& M. College...................... 64144 27.55

Total disbursements during year ................ $ 36,046.73


CONTINGENT EXPENSES STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE

Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 21-Continental Ins. Co., insurance pre-
miums on December shipments..... 999 $ 4.40
Jan. 25-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
service ........................... 3839 13.35
Jan. 28-D. A. Dixon & Co., file guides...... 3312 9.50
Jan. 29-Record Company, printed envelopes 4185 8.00
Feb. 4-Continental Insurance Co., insurance
premiums on January shipments.... 3840 7.62
Feb. 7-H. & W. B. Drew Co., 2 balls of cord 5726 .75
Feb. 8-American Railway Express Co., Jan-
uary account...................... 5729 3.88
Feb. 8-Eagle Multigraphing Stamp & Seal
Co., rubber stamps ................. 5727 2.20
Feb. 13-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies.... 5728 17.55
Feb. 19-Cummings Perforator Co., repairs on
perforating machine ............... 6364 15.86
Mar. 3-Service Print Shop, 600 mimeo-
graphed letters .................... 10298 3.00
Mar. 7-Continental Insurance Co., insur-
ance premiums on February ship-
m ents ............................ 9287 4.65
Mar. 7-Hill's Book Store, ink.............. 11882 1.60
Mar. 10-W. H. May, Postmaster, 2,500 No. 5
stamped envelopes................. 11510 55.00
Mlr. 10-Western Union Telegraph Co., Feb-
ruary account ..................... 11885 7.20
Mar. 11-American Railway Express Co., Feb-
ruary account...................... 11881 3.84
Mar. 15-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies.... 11873 6.40
Mar. 17-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
service ........................... 13399 8.83
Mar. 22-Dixon-Carpenter Co., sundries...... 13400 6.50











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Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 26-Continental Insurance Co., insurance
premiums on shipments of bonds... 12539 8.53
Mar. 26-Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., of-
fice supplies ....................... 14825 11.39
Mar. 28-Yale & Towne Mfg. Co., cleaning
time locks........................ 16215 24.00
Mar. 28-J. M. Mossman Co., cleaning time
locks ............................. 16214 11.00
Apr. 9-Southern Tel. & Const. Co., tele-
phone tolls......................... 17401 1.80
Apr. 11-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
service ........................... 18223 1.25
Apr. 11-Lewis State Bank, ink.............. 18354 2.80
Apr. 12-Eagle Multigraphing S. & S. Co.,
rubber stamps..................... 17804 2.46
Apr. 12-Western Union Telegraph Co.,
March account..................... 18348 17.60
Apr. 15-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
service ........................... 18524 1.00
Apr. 15-Continental Ins. Co., insurance pre-
miums on March shipments........ 17403 6.02
Apr. 23-I. A. Loftin, ink and ink pads....... 20971 10.25
May 9-Hill's Book Store, one ink well...... 24083 2.00
May 15-Eagle Multigraphing S. & S. Co.,
rubber stamps..................... 24084 3.34
May 31-Dixon's Transfer, freight and dray-
age ............................... 28012 3.00
June 9-Western Union Telegraph Co., May
account ........................... 29138 12.77
June 10-Continental Insurance Co., insurance
premiums on April shipments...... 28011 8.45
June 11-Grant Furniture Co., 1 set chair cas-
ters ........................... 29137 .60
June 20-W. H. May, Postmaster, postage
stam ps ........................... 31898 70.00
June 24-Continental Insurance Co., insurance
on May shipments................. 31658 3.05
July 9-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
repair work........................ 34656 2.50
July 10-Hill's Book Store, two stamp pads.. 34657 1.00
July 15-Underwood Typewriter Co., one type-
writer ............................ 34659 48.03
July 16-Eagle Multigraphing S. & S. Co.,
rubber stamp...................... 36016 .42
July 15-Southern Tel. & Constr. Co., June
account ........................... 36015 .95
July 17-Geo. D. Barnard Stationary Co., one
loose leaf binder................... 36017 2.25
July 19-H. R. Kaufman. office supplies ...... 34658 4.35
July 24-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
service ........................... 38294 28.31
July 26-W. H. May, Postmaster, 8,000
stamped envelopes................. 34160 182.08















Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
July 26-Continental Insurance Co., June ac-
count ............................. 38828 5.57
Aug. 6-Southern Tel. & Constr. Co., tele-
phone tolls ........................ 40606 .25
Aug. 8-American Raliway Express Co., July
account ........................... 40605 .54
Aug. 29-Continental Insurance Co., July ac-
count ............................ 43216 5.22
Sep. 16-Southern Tel. & Constr. Co., August
account ........................... 44726 1.55
Sep. 17-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies...... 44727 4.75
Sep. 19-Continental Insurance Co., August
account ........................... 47372 3.16
Sep. 22-Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., 2,000
copy sheets........................ 48130 14.27
Sep. 23-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
service .......................... 48634 8.83
Oct. 7-Western Union Telegraph Co., Sep-
tember account.................... 50499 2.69
Oct. 23-Underwood Typewriter Co., balance
on machine........................ 54227 58.03
Oct. 24-Continental Insurance Co., Septem-
ber account....................... 52434 10.51
Nov. 8-Southern Tel. & Constr. Co., October
account ........................... 56447 .50
Nov. 17-H. T. Kaufman, sundries........... 56446 17.05
Nov. 21-H. & W. B. Drew Co., 2 balls of
twine ............................. 59582 .85
Dec. 2-Continental Insurance Co., October
account ........................... 58516 2.51
Dec. 4-J. C. Luning, traveling expenses.... 61348 26.44
Dec. 9-Western Union Telegraph Co., No-
vember account.................... 61903 5.97
Dec. 9-Burroughs Adding Machine Co.,
repairs .......................... 64871 1.75
Dec. 30-Continental Insurance Co., Novem-
ber account ........................ 64872 2.34

Total disbursements during year ................$ 824.11



POSTAGE STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE

Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
Mar. 10-W. H. May, P. M., postage.......... 11485 $ 75.00
Mar. 10--W. H. May, P. M., postage.......... 11508 115.00
June 20-W. H. May, P. M., postage ........ 29181 5.00
Aug. 30-W. H. May, Postmaster, postage.... 43757 50.00
Oct. 31-W. H. May, Postmaster, postage.... 53854 55.00

Total disbursements during year ................$ 300.00















BURGLARY INSURANCE ON SECURITIES HELD BY STATE
TREASURER

Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
July 5-Fidelity and Casualty Company of
New York, premium................ 34322 $ 500.00
July 9-American Surety Company of New
York, premium................... .. 34321 500.00

Total disbursements during year ..................$ 1,000.00



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
Jan. 10-Western Union Telegraph Co., De-
cember account.................... 980 $ 12.53
Jan. 12-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies..... 979 4.25
Feb. 5-Ronald Press Co., accountant's
handbook ......................... 3838 7.50
Feb. 7-Hill's Book Store, almanac and index 5723 .85
Feb. 7-Southern Tel. & Constr. Co., January
account ........................... 5724 2.40
Feb. 9-Western Union Telegraph Co., Janu-
ary account....................... 6092 13.20
Feb. 12-Service Print Shop, mimeographing 6540 2.00
Feb. 12-Charles Williams Hardware, sun-
dries ............................. 6552 3.05
Feb. 18-Spectator Company, book.......... 6363 2.25
Feb. 18-R. M. Messick, book............... 5725 10.00
Feb. 26-J. C. Luning, traveling expenses.... 9328 142.65
Mar. 3-Service Print Shop, mimeographing 11590 2.50
Mar. 3-Service Print Shop, mimeographing 11860 6.95
Mar. 8-D. A. Dixon Company, stationery... 11883 .80
Mar. 8-D. A. Dixon Company, sundries.... 11886 3.00
Mar. 10-W. H. May, Postmaster, 2,500
stamped envelopes................. 11509 55.00
Mar. 22-Service Print Shop, printing post
cards ............................. 14826 2.00
Mar. 22-W. U. Norwood, Agent, S. A. L. Ry.
Co., mileage books................. 13402 60.00
Mar. 24-Mrs. F. R. S. Phillips, multigraph-
ing letters......................... 14827 2.00
Mar. 24-Nat!onal Bureau of Casualty and
Surety Underwriters, reprints to
Digest ............................ 13401 1.08
Apr. 12-Dixon-Carpenter Co., double file.... 18349 1.00
Apr. 12-H. & W. B. Drew. Co., sundries..... 18350 1.28
Apr. 12-H. R. Kaufman, sundries.......... 17404 14.40
Apr. 21-J. C. Luning, traveling expenses.... 20265 86.62
Apr. 26-Dixon-Carpenter Co., stationery..... 21428 .90















Paid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
May 3-W. U. Norwood, Agent, S. A. L. Ry.
Co., mileage book.................. 21526 30.00
May 6-McGraw-Hill Book Co., book........ 21427 3.50
May 9-Western Union Telegraph Co., April
account .......................... 24086 4.90
May' 12-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies...... 24085 1.65
May 17-A. H. Roberts, traveling expenses.. 25678 4.73
May 17-J. C. Luning, traveling expenses.... 24479 46.88
May 19-Spectator Company, reference book. 24361 4.00
Max 29L-Jerry W. Carter, Jr., .sundries...... 28051 2.00
June 2-D. A. Dixon Co., office files........ 28010 3.00
June 4-National Bureau of Casualty &
Surety Companies, sundries........ 28009 .77
June 12-American Railway Express Co., May
account ........................... 29135 .84
June 13-Southern Tel. & Constr. Co., May
account ........................... 30303 2.85
June 16-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies..... 29136 2.15
June 19-Fraternal Monitor, chart........... 30300 1.00
June 24-Abb Landis, supplement to Digest.. 31656 5.00
June 30-C. G. Ward, Agent, S. A. L. Ry. Co.,
2 mileage books.................... 33687 60.00
July 3-Spectator Company, book.......... 33688 20.00
July 12-American Railway Express Co., June
account ........................... 34655 1.79
July 14-Western Union Telegraph Co., June
account ......................... 36021 4.77
July 17-B. & S. Sales Company, carbon paper 36018 3.50
July 17-National Ass'n Life Underwriters,
book .............................. 36020 2.75
July 21-The Spectator Company, book...... 36019 3.00
July 26-W. H. May, Postmaster, stamped
envelopes ......................... 34159 43.98
Aug. 15-J. C. Luning, traveling expenses.... 42637 343.46
Aug. 16-Western Union Telegraph Co., July
account ........................... 42639 1.48
Aug. 23-National Convention Insurance Com-
missiondrs, dues .................. 49048 75.00
Aug. 27-National Underwriters Co., book.... 42638 3.50
Sep. 12-Western Union Telegraph Co.,
August account ................... 45080 2.61
Sep..13-D. A. Dixon Company, ink.......... 46612 .95
Sep. 22-National Bureau of Casualty, etc.,
sundries .......................... 45079 1.04
Sep. 22-D. A. Dixon Company, sundries..... 48858 1.40
Oct. 20-Mrs. F. R. S. Phillips, multigraph-
' ing ............................... 50500 2.00
Oct. 21-Jerry W. Carter, Jr., sundries....... 52255 1.60
Oct. 21-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies...... 51792 5.65
Nov. 8-C. G. Ward, Agent, S. A. L. Ry. Co.,
mileage book ...................... 56442 30.00














aid. In Favor of Warrant. Amount.
r. 10-American Railway Express Co., Octo-
ber account....................... 56443 22.28
r. 12-Western Union Telegraph Co., Octo-
ber account........................ 56824 11.29
T. 18-Elliott Addressing Machine Co.,
stencils ......................... 56444 1.42
r. 28-Mrs. F. R. S. Phillips, multigraph-
ing ............................. 60660 1.50
. 6-H. R. Kaufman, office supplies..... 61790 5.05
. 6-Rough Notes Company, insurance
books ............................ 60637 7.00
. 15-Office Necessity Company, office
supplies .......................... 64243 1.90

Total disbursements during year................$ 1,210.40


RECEIVER ACCOUNTS

Balance in hand January 1, 1924..................... $229,050.04
Receipts from Jannuary 1, 1924, to December 31, 1924,
inclusive ......................................... 755,827.01

$984,877.05
Disbursements from January 1, 1924, to December 31,
1924, inclusive.................................. 560,973.76

Balance on hand December 31, 1924.............$423,903.29



SUSPENSE ACCOUNT-STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT

Deposits


1924
Jan. 16-Deposited
Jan. 16-Deposited
Jan. 16-Deposited
Jan. 30-Deposited
Jan. 30-Deposited
Apr. 19-Deposited
Apr. 19-Deposited
Apr. 19-Deposited
July 21-Deposited
Oct. 18-Deposited
Oct. 30-Deposited


State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road
State Road


Department......$ 621.34
Department ...... 575.31
Department...... 339.41
Department...... 110,000 00
Department..... 110,000.00
Department ...... 317.44
Department...... 215.76
Department...... 169.21
Department...... 591.05
Department...... 334.22
Department...... 50,000.00


Deposits during year .................... $273,163.74
Balance in hands of Treasurer Jan. 1, 1924. 78,136.48

$351,300.22


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Distributions
1924
Aug. 12-Distributed by State Road Department ....$ 94,851.62
Nov. 7-Distributed by State Road Department.... 50,000.00
Dec. 9-Distributed by State Road Department.... 50,000.00

Total distributions during year............ $194,851.62
Balance in hands of Treasurer Dec. 31, 1924. 156,448.60

$351,300.22

Note.-This account consists of funds deposited with the State
Treasurer by the State Road Department, and held by him as
a Suspense Account until the State Road Department has dis-
tributed same to the several funds under its control.


4-Treas.













CERTIFICATE OF AUDIT OF STATE TREASURER

I, LeRoy Campbell, State Auditor, hereby certify that I have
made an audit of the office of the State Treasurer as of the
close of business December 31, 1924, and that he had on hand
and on deposit on said date the following items, which are
more particularly set forth in the foregoing report:

Cash on hand ..................................... $ 10,427.99
Cash items ............................... ....... 47,120.38
Deposits in banks................................. 3,418,637.76
Deposits under Chapter 6807, Receivership Accounts 423,903.29

$3,900,089.42
Included in cash on hand and listed in Funds is an
"Asylum Patients Trust Fund" amounting to.. 2,453.21

Not included in the balances shown are the following
Cash .......................................... 19,25
B. F. Hampton account............................ 540.53
Board of Control Victory Bond (for safekeeping)... 1,000.00

Bonds Held for Account State Funds

Principal State School Fund ...................... $2,414,667.00
Principal Seminary Fund ........................ 128,100.00
Principal Agricultural College Fund ................ 152,800.00
Florida Bond Sinking Fund ....................... 281,500.00
Drainage Bond Sinking Fund ...................... 5,000.00

Other Bonds and Seourities

Everglades Drainage Bonds ....................... $ 800,000.00
Banks' collateral security....................... 4,559,850.00
Insurance companies' collateral and surety bonds.. 4,313,000.00
Trust companies' securities ....................... 3,119,172.30

I have made a very thorough check of all balances in the
various funds and of all collateral in the form of bonds and all
other securities held by the State Treasurer. The State funds
on deposit in the various banks are well protected by good and
sufficient collateral. The volume of business transacted by the
Treasurer's office has greatly increased during the year.
Respectfully submitted,
LEROY CAMPBELL,
State Auditor.
This report compiled and filed Jan. 24, 1925.











99

COMPTROLLER'S CERTIFICATE

I, Ernest Amos, Comptroller of the State of Florida, do hereby
certify that J. C. Luning, State Treasurer, has deposited in this
office all vouchers for payments made by him as such Treasurer
for the quarters ending March 31st, June 30th, September 30th
and December 31st, 1924, as required by Section 141 (130) of the
Revised General Statutes of Florida (1920).

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and official seal this the 15th day of January, A. D. 1925.
(SEAL) ERNEST AMOS,
Comptroller, State of Florida.