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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: Report of the state treasurer
Annual report of the state treasurer
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Treasurer's Office
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Creation Date: 1928
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 2
    Treasurers of the state of Florida
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 5
    Comparative statement of receipts and disbursements for the past three and a half years
        Page 5
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    Index
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    Funds: Receipts, disbursements, and balances
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    General revenue fund: Receipts, disbursements, and balances
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    Statement of the securities in the various funds
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    Receipt of incoming treasurer
        Page 92
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    Certificate of state auditor
        Page 95
    Certificate of comptroller
        Page 96
        Page 97
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REPORT

OF THE

STATE TREASURER
OF THE

State of Florida


For the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1st, 1928 and
Ending June 30th, 1929



W. V. KNOTT, Treasurer













Ptg.Dept.-Fla.lnd.School for Boys










REPORT

OF THE

STATE TREASURER
OF THE

State of Florida


For the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1st, 1928 and
Ending June 30th, 1929



W. V. KNOTT, Treasurer















Ptg.Dept.-Fla.Ind.Schooi for Roys











STATE TREASURERS


BENJAMIN BYRD,
WM. R. HAYWARD,
CHAS. H. AUSTIN,
SIMON B. CONOVER,

CHAS. 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. LUNING,
W. V. KNOTT.

*Died in office.














STATE TREASURER'S REPORT


TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA



TREASURER'S OFFICE

Tallahassee, Fla., July 1, 1929.
To His Excellency,
Doyle E. Carlton,
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 fiscal year beginning July 1, 1928, and ending June 30,
1929.
Included in this report will be found all statements
required by law, with additional information that I hope
will be of interest to your Excellency, to the Legislature,
and to the general public.
Statements 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 re-
ceipts and disbursements of the General Revenue Fund are
included in this report.


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DIS-
BURSEMENTS FOR THE PAST THREE AND
A HALF YEARS
Figures of a statistical nature are of greater value
when presented in comparison with similar figures of sim-
ilar periods of time, and I am, therefore, adding to this
report a comparative statement for the years beginning
July 1, 1925, and ending June 30, 1929, showing respectively
the receipts and disbursements of all funds for each of











STATE TREASURER'S REPORT


TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA



TREASURER'S OFFICE

Tallahassee, Fla., July 1, 1929.
To His Excellency,
Doyle E. Carlton,
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 fiscal year beginning July 1, 1928, and ending June 30,
1929.
Included in this report will be found all statements
required by law, with additional information that I hope
will be of interest to your Excellency, to the Legislature,
and to the general public.
Statements 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 re-
ceipts and disbursements of the General Revenue Fund are
included in this report.


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DIS-
BURSEMENTS FOR THE PAST THREE AND
A HALF YEARS
Figures of a statistical nature are of greater value
when presented in comparison with similar figures of sim-
ilar periods of time, and I am, therefore, adding to this
report a comparative statement for the years beginning
July 1, 1925, and ending June 30, 1929, showing respectively
the receipts and disbursements of all funds for each of









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these years, and an abstract of the receipts and disburse-
ments 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 $144,759,956.29; total disbursements $145,420,086.09.
These figures include transfers from one fund to another.
MONTHLY STATEMENT TO GOVERNOR
In compliance with Chapter 4598, Acts of 1897 (Sec-
tion 139, Revised General Statutes of 1920), statements
are made monthly to the Governor by the Treasurer, show-
ing the balance in each of the funds for which he is the
custodian; 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. Disburse-
ments from all funds are made strictly in compliance with
law.
Warrants paid by the Treasurer are returned to the
Comptroller at the close of each month for credit and recon-
cilement of funds, and a copy of the monthly statement is
likewise filed with the Governor.
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 Gen-
eral Statutes of 1920. Security for said deposits is required,
bonds in excess of the value of the deposits being exacted
of each bank, thus allowing a margin for the possible fluc-
tuation 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 required by
statute, is allowed an equal share in the State tax moneys









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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 31, 1897 ...................$ 2,723.92
i 1898 .................... 3,772.13
4. 1899 ..................... 3,522.65
.." 1900 ............. ...... 3,364.65
.. ." 1901 ................. ... 5,407.59
1902 ..................... 13,429.11
".." 1903 ..................... 14,882.61
i I 1904 ....................... 9,666.65
i ".." 1905. ...................... 9,489.39
i ".." 1906 ........... ... .. 10,594.54
1907 ................ ...... 12,578.66
i. 1908 ........................ 11,901.58
.. ." 1909 ...................... 13,157.68
it 1910 ...................... 14,436.76
1911 ....................... 16,643.33
it 1912 ....................... 20,016.73
i "' 1913 .. ......... ....... 23,005.84
i" 1914 ............... .. 25,824.58
it" 1915 ..................... 29,337.04
it 1916 ................... 17,737.30
". 1917 .. ............. ...... 17,284.24
.. i 1918 ..... ............. .. 25,322.47
i. 1919 ...................... 32,689.41
it 1920 ....................... 52,568.21
".." 1921 ....................... 65,755.20
i is 1922 ........................ 64,483.20
c 1923 ........................ 75,514.72
I" ". 1924 ........................ 81,319.43
Six months ending June 30, 1925 ............... 46,466.64
Year ending June 30, 1926 ...................... 174,065.59
Year ending June 30, 1927 ......... ...... ... 346,076.62
Year ending June 30, 1928 ..................... 168,441.64
Year ending June 30, 1929 ....................... 103,098.90

T total ............. .. ............ .... ...... .... ..... $1,514,559.01
Prior to 1921, the above amounts, totaling at 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









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providing for the creation of a Sinking Fund for the retire-
ment of the bonded indebtedness of the State went into
effect. During the month of October, 1926, the entire bonded
debt of the State was retired, and the interest on State
funds was again paid into General Revenue until the en-
actment by the Legislature of 1927 of Chapter 12012, which
provides that two-thirds of this interest is to be distributed
to the public schools of the State through the "Public Free
School Fund," the remaining one-third being appropriated
to the "Permanent Building Fund" for the State institutions
of higher learning, experiment stations and other institu-
tions under the Board of Control, thereby applying all of
this revenue in the future to the cause of public education
in Florida.
The foregoing table does not include interest on special
accounts, such as the uninvested funds of the Principal of
School Fund and other educational funds, the Everglades
Drainage Bond Sinking Fund, and other funds, which are
carried as special accounts, at four per cent 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-
anc.es of the preceding quarter. Tax collections are normally
most active during the second quarter of the fiscal year.
The following table shows the interest collections during
each quarter since July 1, 1928, and the amounts so credited
to the several funds:
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS OF STATE FUNDS
Public Free School Fund ....... ......... .......... $ 68,732.65
Permanent Building Fund ...... ......... 34,366.25
Interest of State School Fund ........ .................. 3,991.03
Everglades Drainage Bond Sinking Fund ....... 2,234.23
Everglades Drainage Bond Fund ..... ....... 301.06
United States Government Funds .................. 1,392.81
Interest of Seminary Fund ...... ......... 326.91
State Fire Insurance Fund ................ ........ 399.06

T otal .... .... .................... .. ... .. .................. $111,844.00
Periods in Which Collected:
Quarter ending September 30, 1928 .............. $ 33,857.98
Quarter ending December 31, 1928 ................. 27,413.49









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Quarter ending March 31, 1929 ....... ........... 22,405.61
Quarter ending June 30, 1929 ................. 28,166.92

Total ....... .. .... ....................... .. $111,844.00
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
For a more detailed statement of the affairs of the
Insurance Department, which is administered as a part of
this office, reference is made to the separate report to your
Excellency bearing date of July 1, 1929. In this separate
report will be found also a list of collateral bonds, aggregat-
ing a par value of $2,183,400.00, held as deposits by various
insurance and surety companies under the laws of Florida,
and of surety company bonds, amounting to $4,265,000.00,
similarly on deposit June 30, 1929, together with voluntary
deposits aggregating $513,019.54 by domestic insurance
companies for the protection of all policyholders.
INSURANCE TAXES
The following amounts of insurance taxes were col-
lected by the State Treasurer for the year ending. June 30th,
1929, and paid into the General Revenue Fund:
Insurance Company License Taxes .... ...... $ 75,675.00
Insurance Agents' License Taxes ..... 107,316.00
Insurance Companies Premium Taxes-2% of
the gross premiums collected from policy-
holders in Florida during the year 1928, less
deductions for return premiums and premi-
ums on re-insurance accepted ............ .. 861,938.39
Fees for filing annual statements of insurance
companies .......... ... ... ................. 4,540.00

Total ... .. ... ... ..... ..... .. ... ...... $1,049,469.39

STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND
Underwriting Exhibit
May 22, 1917 to December 31, 1928
Premiums written prior to January 1, 1928
(Net) ............................................................. $379,385.42
Gross premiums written in 1928......$8,687.67
Less cancellations and return
Prem ium s ...................................... 3,236.24
$5,451.43 5,451.43
Net premiums written since May, 1917........ $384,836.85










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Unearned Premium Reserve
Deduct one-half of net premiums in force,
written in 1928 for 1 year or less
($5,451.43) .................................................... $ 2,725.71
Deduct one-fourth of net premiums in force,
written in 1927 for 2 years ($16,283.12).... 4,070.78
Deduct one-sixth of premiums in force writ-
ten in 1926 for 3 years ($103,225.25).......... 17,204.21

24,000.70

$360,836.15

Fire Losses
Deduct losses incurred prior to January,
1928 ................................................................ $ 88,771.49
Losses incurred during 1928 ........................ 8,781.92

97,553.41

$263,282.74

Administrative Expenses
Previously During
Reported 1928
Inspection of State properties........$ 521.12 $ 51.96
Salaries of employees .............. 19,881.49 2,459.68
Office equipment ............................ 313.87 None

$20,716.48 $ 2,511.64
Expenses .......................................... $ 23,228.12

Net underwriting earnings since creation of
Fund (after deducting all losses and ex-
penses and unearned premium reserve).... $240,054.62

Interest Earnings
Amount accrued previously re-
ported .......................................... $ 46,906.74
Amount received during 1928 from
deposits in banks ........................ 864.47
Amount received during 1928 from
bonds ............................................ 11,070.00 $ 11,934.47

58,841.21

$298,895.83










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Premium Tax

Deduct 2% premium tax 16st to State on net
premiums written since creation of Fund
previously reported .................................. $ 7,587.70
On net premiums, 1928 .................................. 109.03
.7,696.73

Net earnings of Fund since May 22, 1917...... $291,199.10


INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTIES IN FORCE
DECEMBER 31, 1928
State Fire Excess
Institution Insurance Fund Insurance Total
State Board of Health,
(Headquarters Jackson-
ville, Fla.)
Jacksonville ...................... $ 45,440.00 $ 0 $ 45,440.00
Tampa ................................. 14,799.00 0 14,799.00
Pensacola ............................ 15,970.00 0 15,970.00
Miami .................................. 900.00 0 900.00
Tallahassee ........................ 1,000.00 0 1,000.00
West Palm Beach ................ 27,900.00 0 27,900.00
State Military Department,
(Headquarters, St.
Augustine, Fla.)
Arsenal, St. Augustine........ 139,675.00 16,450.00 156,125.00
Armory, Apalachicola ........ 6,450.00 0 6,450.00
Armory, Arcadia ................ 14,513.00 0 14,513.00
Armory, Bartow ................ 6,115.00 0 6,115.00
Armory, Drane Field,
Lakeland ........................ 7,125.00 0 7,125.00
Armory, Winter Haven .... 5,600.00 0 5,600.00
Barracks, East Fort Myers 4,075.00 0 4,075.00
National Guard Post, Plant
City .................................. 6,575.00 0 6,575.00
State Camp Grounds,
Camp Johnston ............. 228,090.00 0 228,090.00
National Guard Post, Avon
Park ................................. 5,825.00 0 5,825.00
Armory, Haines City.......... 5,325.00 0 5,325.00
Armory, Tallahassee .......... 450.00 0 450.00
Armory, Sanford ................ 660.00 0 660.00
Armory, Key West ............ 8,000.00 0 8,000.00
Florida Farm Colony for
Epileptics, Gainesville..... 255,510.00 31,000.00 286,510.00
Florida Industrial School
for Boys, Marianna........ 204,688.00 0 204,688.00
Florida Industrial School
for Girls, Ocala ............. 118,210.00 0 118,210.00
State Prison Farm, Raiford 251,346.00 0 251,346.00
Governor's Mansion, Talla-










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hassee .............................. 35,200.00 0 35,200.00
State Capitol, Tallahassee 50,000.00 525,000.00 575,000.00
State Chemist's Labora-
tory, Tallahassee ............ 5,400.00 0 5,400.00
Martin Bldg., Tallahassee 89,250.00 175,000.00 264,250.00
Board of Commissioners,
Everglades Drainage
District, Tallahassee ...... 25,000.00 0 25,000.00
Florida State Hospital,
Chattahoochee .................. 882,556.00 400,375.00 1,282,931.00
Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical College for
Negroes, Tallahassee ...... 332,393.00 137,750.00 470,143.00
Florida School for the Deaf
and Blind, St. Augustine 414,605.00 148,250.00 562,855.00
Florida State College for
Women, Tallahassee ...... 772,085.00 911,800.00 1,683,885.00
University of Florida,
Gainesville ...................... 1,081,590.00 1,068,500.00 2,150,090.00
Experiment Stations at-
Belle Glade .................... 58,312.00 0 58,312.00
Bradenton ....................... 1,500.00 0 1,500.00
Cocoa ............................... 2,100.00 0 2,100.00
Hastings .......................... 1,500.00 0 1,500.00
Homestead ...................... 1,200.00 0 1,200.00
Lake Alfred .................... 26,745.00 0 26,745.00
Monticello ....................... 1,050.00 0 1,050.00
Plant City ...................... 3,750.00 0 3,750.00
Quincy ............................. 20,561.00 0 20,561.00
Sanford Park .................. 1,500.00 0 1,500.00
Olustee Memorial Park...... 750.00 0 750.00
Dade Memorial Park.......... 1,725.00 0 1,725.00
Florida National Egg Lay-
ing Contest, Chipley........ 15,675.00 0 15,675.00
Totals .............................. $5,198,688.00 $3,414,125.00 $8,612,813.00

DEATH OF HONORABLE J. C. LUNING
The death of my predecessor, Honorable John Christian
Luning, occurred near Sylvan Lake, South Dakota, Septem-
ber 26, 1928, while Mr. Luning was in attendance upon the
National Convention of Insurance Commissioners, of which
he was a former President. The under signed was appointed
to succeed him September 28, 1928, by the then Governor,
Honorable John W. Martin, and was chosen at the general
election in November following for the full term of four
years ending the Tuesday after the first Monday in January,
1933.









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An appropriate memorial, commerating Mr. Luning's
high personal character and distinguished public services,
was included in the 1927-28 Report of the State Treasurer,
which had not gone to press at the time of his lamented
death.

Respectfully submitted,



State Treasurer.















INDEX



(For Comparative Statements of Receipts and Disbursements of all
Funds, and General Revenue Abstract, see pages 15-40, inclusive.)
A
Pages
Abstract of General Revenue ......................................... 24-40, 46-50
Adams Experiment Station Fund ..................................... ........... .. 59
Agricultural College Fund (University):
Principal of .......................................................... ............................ 57
R receipts ................................................................................................ 57
Securities in Fund .................................................. ........................ 83
Agricultural Extension Fund (Lever):
Federal Appropriation ........................................................................ 60
State Appropriation (General Revenue) ........................................ 47
Agricultural Extension Fund (Lever Supplemental):
Federal Appropriation ............................................................ 60
Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes:
Educational Fund (General Revenue) ............................................. 47
Building Educational Fund (General Revenue) .......................... 47
General Educational Board ............................................ ........... ... 63
H hospital Fund ....................................................... ........................... 62
Incidental Fund ....................................................... ......................... 62
Julius Rosenwald Fund ................................................................. 63
M orrill Fund ........................................................ ............................ 62
A agricultural Statistics ................................... ......................................... 78
American Legion Fund ................................... ................................. 63
Architecture, Department of (University of Florida) .................... 64
Architecture, State Board of .............................................. ............ 64
Asylum Patients Trust Fund .............................................. ............ 70
Auditor (State), Certificate of ........................................... .......... ... 93
A uto Refund Fund ..................................................... ......................... 72
A uto Theft Fund ....................................... ............... .......................... 72
B
Balance Sheet (various Funds) .................................................. 15, 41-45
Banks, D eposits in .................................................................................. 6- 9
Board of Architecture, State (Surplus Fund) ................................ 64
Board (Florida) of Chriopractic Examiners Fund ........................ 68
Board of Control Educational Fund (General Revenue) ................. 47
Board of Health (See State Board of Health).
Board of Nurses Fund, State ............................ ....................... ... 68
Bonds Owned by Various Funds, Statement of:
Principal of School Fund ................................................................ 81-83
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ...................................... 83-84
Principal of Seminary Fund ............................................ ........... ... 84
Special American Legion Fund ...................................... ............ .. 84
State Fire Insurance Fund ............................................................ 84-85
Boys School Industries Fund ............................................. ............ 69
Budget Commission, Expenses of ..................................... ........... .. 49
Bureau of Immigration Fund, Department of Agriculture .............. 78
Burglary Insurance on Securities Held by State Treasurer ............. 49
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C
Pages
Capper-K etchum Fund ............................................................ ............ 63
Certificate of Comptroller .................................................................. 96, 97
Certificate of State Auditor .............................................................. 93, 95
Chiropractic Examiners Fund, Florida Board of ................................. 68
College Funds (see proper headings.)
Commissary Building Fund, State Prison ............................................. 70
Comparative Statements .................................................................... 15-40
Contingent Exnenses Insurance Commissioner ................................ 88-90
Contingent Expenses State Treasurer's Office ................................ 85-88
Counties, Special Shell Fish Fund for .................................................... 75
Counties, State Aid Road Fund for .................................... ........... 71
County Road Fund, Motor Vehicle License ........................................ 73
County Road License Fund (Gasoline) .................................................. 72

D

Deaf and Blind, Florida School for:
Educational Fund (General Revenue) .............................................. 47
Building Educational Fund (General Revenue) .............................. 47
Incidental Fund ................................................................. ....................... 62
Dealers License Special Tax Fund (Gasoline) ............:...................... 74
Department of Agriculture:
Agricultural Statistics ........................................................... ........... 78
Bureau of Immigration Fund ............................................................78
Industrial Survey Fund .......................................... ............... 78
Department of Architecture, University of Florida .......................... 64
D eposits in B anks ................................................................. ....... 6- 9
Disbursements and Receipts .............................................................. 6
Disbursements, all Funds, from July 1, 1925 to June 30, 1929 .... 20-24
Disbursements, Gen'l Revenue. July 1, 1925 to June 30, 1929 .... 30-40
Divorce and Marriage Records, Centralization of ............................... 67
Drainage Bond Fund, Everglades ..........................................................64
Drainage Bond Sinking Fund, Everglades ....................................... 65
Drainage District Fire Tax Fund, Everglades .................................... 66
Drainage Tax Fund (Acreage) ............................................................. 65
Drainage Tax Fund (One Mill) ............................................................ 65
Drug Store Inspection Fund ....................................................... ......... 68

E

Educational Funds (General Revenue) ........................ ....................... 47
Educational Funds, Securities Owned by ......................................... 81-84
Epileptic and Feeble-minded, Florida Farm Colony for (General
R revenue) ....................................................................... ............................. 48
Epileptic and Feeble-minded Incidental Fund .................................... 70
Everglades Drainage Bond Fund .......................................................64
Everglades Drainage Bond Sinking Fund ............................................. 65
Everglades Drainage District Fire Tax Fund .................................... 66
Everglades Drainage Tax Fund (Acreage) ......................................... 65
Everglades Drainage Tax Fund (One Mill) ......................................... 65
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund ................................ 64
Experiment Station Funds:
A dam s (U university) ............................................... .......................... 59










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H atch (University) ....................................................................... 59
Purnell (University) ..................................................................... 59
Lake Alfred Citrus Fruit (General Revenue) ............................... 47
Gadsden County (General Revenue) .................................................. 47
Experiment Station Incidental Fund .............................................. 61

F

Federal A id Road Fund ......................................................................... 71
Federal Aid Road Fund, State ........................................... ............ ... 71
Federal Rehabilitation Fund .............................................. ....... .... 68
Fees and Taxes, Insurance Companies and Agents .......................... 46
Fire Insurance Fund, State ................................................................. 9, 79
Fire Insurance on State Property ................................................... 11-12
F ire L losses ................................................................................................... 10
Fire Tax Fund, Everglades Drainage District ................................ 66
Fish Hatchery Fund ................................................... ......................... 75
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund .............................. 68
Florida Industrial School for Girls ............................................... 69
Florida National Forest Fund ................................................................74
Florida State College for Women (see Women, Florida State Col-
lege for).
Florida State Hospital, Maintenance (General Revenue) ................ 48
Florida State Hospital, Improvements (General Revenue) .............. 48
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ....................... 70
Florida, University of (see University).
Forest Fund, Florida National ................................ ................. 74
Free School Text Book Tax Fund ............................................ 58
Free School Fund, Public ................................. ....................... 58
Free School Administration Fund, Public ............................................ 59

G

G am e F und, State ........................................................................................ 75
Gasoline License Expense Fund ................................. ............ 73
Gasoline-County Road License Fund ......................................... 72
Gasoline-State Road License Fund ................................... .......... 72
Gasoline Dealers Special License Tax Fund .................................... 74
General Educational Board Fund (A. & M. College) ...................... 63
General Extension Division Incidental Fund .................................... 61
General Inspection Fund ........................... ..................................... 76
General Revenue Fund, Receipts and Disbursements ........ 24-40, 46-50
Girls Industrial School Fund ...................................................... .... 69
Governor, Monthly Statement to ......................................... ............. 6

H

Hatch Experiment Station Fund .......................... ........... .......... ... 59
Health (see State Board of Health).
H highway Fund, State ......................... ............................................... 71
Hospital Funds (see Florida State Hosiptal).
Hospital, A. & M. College for Negroes .......................................... 62
Hotel Commission Fund .......................... ................................... 76
Hotel Commission Advertising Fund .................................................... 76










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Immigration, Bureau of-Department of Agriculture .................... 78
Incidental Funds:
A. & M College for Negroes ........................................... .......... ... 62
Deaf and Blind School ............................................... ..................... 62
Everglades Experiment Station ....................................... ........... .. 64
Experiment Station (University) ..................................... .......... 61
Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble-minded .............. 70
Florida State College for Women ................................... ........... 61
General Extension Division ............................................ ........... ... 61
Radio Station (University) ............................................ ........... ... 79
University of Florida ................................... ................................. 61
Industrial Plant Fund ................................................. ....................... 69
Industrial Survey Fund, Department of Agriculture ...................... 78
Industrial School for Boys (General Revenue) ................................ 48
Industrial School for Girls (General Revenue) ................................ 48
Industries Fund:- Boys School ........................................... .......... ... 69
State Prison Farm .................................................. ........................ 69
Office Operating Expense ................................................ ............. 70
Inspection Fund, General ....................................................................... 76
Insurance, Burglary, on Securities Held by State Treasurer ............ 49
Insurance Commissioner, Contingent Expenses of ...................... 88-91
Insurance Companies and Agents-Fees and Taxes ...................... 46
Insurance Departm ent ................................................... ..................... 9
Insurance Fund, State Fire .............................................................. 9, 79
Insurance on State Property ............................................................ 11-12
Interest of School Fund ...................................................................... 54-56
Interest of Seminary Fund ............................................................ 57
Interest on State Deposits .............................................................. 8- 9
Investment Board Fund .............................. ............................. 77



Julius Rosenwald Fund (A. & M. College for Negroes) .................... 63

L

Lever Agricultural Extension Fund:
Federal Appropriation .............................. ................. ..................... 60
State Appropriation (General Revenue) .......................................... 47
Lever Agricultural Supplemental Fund (Federal) .......................... 60
Live Stock Sanitary Board Serum Fund, State ................................ 74
License Taxes (General Revenue Fund) ........................................ 24-25

M

Maintenance of State Roads, State Road Fund for ........................ 72
Marriage and Divorce Records, Centralization of ............................ 67
Monthly Statement to Governor ......................................... ........... 6
Morrill Fund-A. & M. College for Negroes .................................... 62
Morrill Fund-White College (University) ......................................... 62
Motor Vehicle License County Road Fund .......................................... 73










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Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund .......................................... 73
Motor Vehicle License Expense Refund Fund .................................... 73
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance Fund ............................................ 73

N

N national Forest Fund, Florida ............................... ...................... 74
Negroes (see various A. & M. College Funds).
N urses Fund, State Board of .................................. ...................... 68

0

Office Building Fund, State ................................................................. 77
Office Operating Expense-Industries Fund ...................................... 70
One Mill Drainage Tax Fund ........................................ ............ 65
One M ill School Tax Fund .......................................... ........................ 50-52

P

Pending School Escheated Fund ....................................... .......... 78
Pension Tax Fund ................................................................ ......................66
Permanent Building Fund (for Institutions of Higher Learning).... 58
Plant Act Fund-General (General Revenue) .................................... 47
Plant Act Fund-Special (General Revenue) .................................... 47
Postage, State Treasurer's Office .......................................................... 90
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ............................................... 57
Principal of School Fund ........................... ........ ............. ... 52-54
Principal of Seminary Fund .............................................. ............. 57
Prison Farm, State-Industries Fund .......................................... 69
Prison, State, Commissary Building Fund ............................................ 70
Prison Tax Fund, State ..................................................................... 68
Public Free School Fund .......................................................... ........... 58
Public Free School Administration Fund ......................................... 59
Purnell Experiment Station Fund .......................................................... 59

Q

Quarterly Payment of Interest on State Deposits .............................. 8

R

Radio Station Incidental Fund ........................................ ........... 79
Railroad Commission Fines Fund .......................................................... 76
Real Estate Commission Fund ............................................................. 77
Receipts, all Funds, from July 1, 1925 to June 30, 1929 ............. 16-19
Receipts, General Revenue, July 1, 1925 to June 30, 1929 ............ 24-29
Receipts and Disbursements ................................................................. 6
Receipts, Disbursements and Balances ............................................ 41-45
R receiver A accounts ................................................................ ............ 85
Registration of Doctors and Midwives .................................................... 67
Rehabilitation Fund, State ................................................................... 68
River Junction Tank Fund, Town of ...................................................... 79
Road Funds (various) ........................................................................ 71-74










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School Fund, Principal of .................................. .................... 52-54
School Fund, Interest of ............................... ....................................... 54-56
Seminary Fund, Principal of ............................................................ 57
Sem inary Fund, Interest of ..................................................................... 57
Securities Owned by the Various Funds:
Principal of School Fund ............................................................ 81-83
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ....................................... 83-84
Principal of Seminary Fund ............................................................. 84
Special American Legion Fund ...........................................................84
State Fire Insurance Fund ................................................................ 84-85
Serum Fund, State Live Stock Sanitary Board .................................. 74
Shell F ish F und .................................. ...... .......................................... 75
Shell Fish Fund for Counties, Special ....................................................75
Shell Fish Planting Fund, Special .......................................................... 75
Sheppard-Towner Act, State Board of Health ..................................... 67
Sm all Loan License Fund ........................................................................ 77
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ..........................................................60
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ..................................................61
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ..................................... 60
Special American Legion Fund ............................................................. 63
State Aid County Road Fund ............................................................... 71
State Board of Architecture Surplus Fund ................................:........... 66
State Board of Health Tax Fund ....................................................... .68
State Board of Health:
Sheppard-Towner Act ................................................................... 67
Venereal Control Act ..................................... .................. 67
Centralization of Marriage and Divorce Records .......................... 67
Registration of Doctors and Midwives ............................................ 67
Drug Store Inspection ........................................................... ........... 68
State Board of Nurses Fund ....................................................... .......... 68
State Federal Aid Road Fund ............................................................. 71
State Fire Insurance Fund .................................................................. 9, 79
State Funds-Deposits and Interest .................................................... 6- 9
State Gam e Fund ................................................................. ............ 75
State Highway Fund .............................................................. ..... 71
State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ......................................... 70
State Live Stock Sanitary Board Serum Fund ................................... 74
State Office Building Fund .............................................. .............. 77
State Prison Farm Industries Fund .......................................................69
State Prison Commissary Building Fund ............................................ 70
State Prison Tax Fund ..................................................................... 68
State Property, Insurance on .............................................................. 11-12
State Road, County Bond and Donation Fund ..................................... 71
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads .......................... 72
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ......................................................72

T

Teachers Examination Fund ............................................................. 77
Teachers Training Fund, Smith-Hughes ................................................ 61
Tick Eradication Tax Fund ................................................................. 74
Town of River Junction Tank Fund .......................................................79
Trades and Industries Fund, Smith-Hughes .......................................... 60










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Treasurers, Names of Former ........................................... ............ 3
Treasurer's Office, Contingent Expenses of .................................... 85-88
Treasurer's Office, Postage ........................................................... 90

U

University of Florida:
Educational Fund (General Revenue) ............................................ 47
Building Educational Fund (General Revenue) ............................ 47
Department of Architecture ............................................ ........... ... 64
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ............................................. 61
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ................................ 61
Incidental Fund ...................................................... .......................... 61
M orrill Fund ........................................................ ............................ 62

V

Venereal Control Act, State Board of Health .................................. 67

W

W escott Estate Fund .................................................. ........................ 63
White College Morrill Fund ............................................................ 62
Women, Florida State College for:
Building Educational Fund (General Revenue) .......................... 47
Educational Fund (General Revenue) ........................................... 47
Incidental Fund ................................................................................ 61






COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
Balance in all funds first of year ............. .... $ 5,959,164.231$ 17,655,317.32 $ 8,579,571.58 $ 4,782,679.80
Receipts .............................. 40,713,321.86 35,019,736.66 35;,957,013.96 33,069,883.81
1$ 46,672,486.09 $ 52,675,053.981$ 44,536,585.54 $ 37,852,563.61
Disbursements ....... .... ............... ........... 29,017,168.771 44,095,482.401 39,753,905.74 32,553,529.18
Balance in all funds ........ .. ................. $. 17,655,317.321$ 8,579,571.581$ 4,782,679.80 $ 5,299,034.43
Balance in all funds July 1, 1925 .......... .... .. ............. .. ................ ........ $ 5,959,164.23
Receipts, during period of four years..... ............. .................. ...... ..... ............ ......... 144,759,956.29
$150,719,120.52
Disbursem ents during period of four years ............................ ...................... ....... ... .. 145,420,086.09
Total in hands of State Treasurer June 30, 1929 ........... ..... ................ ..................... ..... $ 5,299,034.43








SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-ALL FUNDS
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
FUNDS 1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
General Revenue Fund ..................... .. .. 1$ 7,233,959.861$ 4,602,918.65!$ 4,748,437.961$ 6,089,142.76
One Mill School Tax Fund ...... ....................612,038.29 616,203.63 627,068.43 594,338.21
Pension Tax Fund .... ...... 1,735,714.111 1,448,007.62 1,171,814.15 1,148,973.32
State Board of Health Tax Fund 31.0,249.28 245,556,68 291,526.,21 306,692.43
State Road, County Bond and Donation Fund ..... 2,385,370.05 885,251.91 5,242,459.48 2,237,434.03
State Prison Tax Fund .................... .. 231,014.47 338,356.57 506,950.95 598,741.49
Drainage Tax Fund (Regular) .............. .... 1,418,980.32 1,185,493.17 1,273,191.42 1,365,735.63
Drainage Bond Fund .. ........ .................. 3,789,933.28 907,483.05 35,547.94 8,992.60
Principal of School Fund ...... ..................... 1,721,048.621 255,756.30 286,589.96 129,571.98
Interest of School Fund ...... ..................... 183,641.42 238,229.54 242,660.41 242;660.65
Principal of Sem inary Fund ........ ...................... ....... 12,196.05 .......... .........
Shell Fish Fund .. ................ ......................... 43,667.13 48,894.78 53,711.21 47,678.81
Teacher's Examination Fund ................... 14,139.28 16,938.00 16,517.00 13,247.00
Railroad Comm mission Fines Fund ..... ............. .... ...... .... .... ..... 1,000.00 .. ......
M. V. L. Maintenance Fund ................ ................ 312,675.54 315,780.36 233,040.14 231,309.01
M. V. L. Expense Fund ........... ....... .................. 410,625.75 394,756.91 200,751.80 297,301.00
Federal Aid Road Fund .................. ............ 836,545.33 1,376,152.79 1,276,591.89 951,320.88
Florida National Forest Fund ................... 5,188.94 7,379.76 7,647.00 5,365.58
Everglades Drainage Bond Sinking Fund .......... 30,988.50 25,430.77 35,633.21 30,060.04
Girls' Industrial School Fund .......................... .... ..... .... 3,157.77 1,999.30 492.66
Boys' School Industries Fund ................................. 3,003.25 21,540.24 36,750.82 34,372.14
State Fire Insurance Fund ........................... 22,364.701 142,990.62 36,283.61 14,446.24
State Board of Nurses Fund ................. ............... 12,601.251 8,859.00 5,198.00 6,914.00






Agricultural College Fund ...... .................... 7,730.001 12,385.81 8,380.00 8,275.00
Interest of Seminary Fund .. .............. 4,568.37| 6,326.52 6,493.06 6,491.91
Hatch Experiment Station Fund ...... 15,000.001 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00
Adams Experiment Station Fund ......... .. 15,000.001 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund ............... 59,355.321 59,325.97 59,356.83 59,412.66
Lever Agricultural Supplemental Fund ....... 15,655.381 15,616.12 15,618.78 18,943.17
White College Morrill Fund ... ..... .... ............ 25,000.001 25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ....... ........... 25,000.001 25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00
A. & M. College Incidental Fund 8,943.661 8,425.49 9,472.98 9,879.00
University of Florida Incidental Fund ..... 73,649.991 83,983.39 118,980.24 107,684.96
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ....9,980.681 10,264.15 16,010.87 17,640.35
Florida State College Incidental Fund ..... 82,805.40| 77,111.55 76,540.12 79,586.10
Deaf & Blind School Incidental Fund .........982.00 672.50 800.00 3,134.32
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ............. 33,211.88 32,307.44 35,815.29 35,956.57
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ......... 17,939.44 16,296.28 19,843.32 19,718.37
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ...... 9,853.761 10,970.97 11,523.83 9,778.22
State Highway Fund ....... ................... ..... 210,842.46 298,688.75 ......
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund. 925.001 850.00 550.00 425.00
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund 42,500.001 52,909.15 77,383.05 87,611.52
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ... 8,521.061 20,204.88 19,166.93 22,184.71
Florida Farm Colony Incidental Fund ..... 3,936.001 2,500.00 4,860.00 3,500.00
Florida State Bond Sinking Fund .... ...... ......... 191,887.061 100,742.00 .. ..... ....................
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ......... 7,568,858.30 8,847,750.85 7,080,720,16 6,724,665.29
State Federal Aid Road Fund ....................... 4,377,458.141 4,418,911.11 3,262,559.29 3,238,312.29
State Aid County Road Fund ...... ... ....... 1,585,970.321 1,589,939.30 1,186,170.35 1,180,209.99
State Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act .... 29,908.53 29,544.51 28,266.67 28,300.45
A. -.M. College Hospital Fund ...... ................. 2,276,96 3,148.57 3,180.75 2,588.67
One Mill Drainage Tax Fund ............................. 19,904.95 22,279.60 26,442.90 20,277.55








SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS-ALL FUNDS-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
FUNDS 1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
Auto Theft Fund .......................... ......... .......... 379,867.181 224,415.35 154,879.001 170,257.00
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ......... .. .. .................... 4,490.93 2,000.001 1,500.00
Tick Eradication Tax Fund ..................................... 306,942.02 317,112.32 262,610.53 288,862.30
County Road License Fund (Gasoline) ............. 2,583,148.991 2,929,468.26 2,360,108.00 2,241,554.80
Gasoline License Expense Fund ............ .............. 35,474.89 10,000.00 ....... .....
Hotel Commission Fund........ .............................. 101,762.501 106,769.501 119,227.75 114,719.00
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund .. ... ............ 1,722.501 1,567.571 2,475.74 2,193.14
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund ................ ......... 1,000.00
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads 80.0(00.001 280,000.00 10,000.00 ... ...
State Live Stock Sanitary Board Serum Fund....... 15,192.501 40,751.28 29,768.731 28,164.69
Special Shell Fish Fund for Counties .......... .... 2,913.001 1,950.001 1,013.00 18.00
State Gam e Fund ....................................................... 218,559.611 195,898.40 315,200.00 267,500.00
General Inspection Fund ......... .................................. 538,096.901 585,616.00 638,264.00 632,527.19
Purnell Experiment Station Fund ................. 20,000.001 26,523.74 40,000.00 50,000.00
Industrial Plant F und ........... ........................... 50,400.00 99,000.00 .. .......... ..................
Westcott Estate Fund......... ..... ........ 8,620.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,600.00
Fish Hatchery Fund ............................................... 35,361.851 42,886.69 51,030.951 29,568.92
Real Estate Commission Fund..... ........................... 90,748.501 23,472.27 50,280.68 38,679.16
Free School Text Book Tax Fund .......................... 383,439.211 462,496.98 172,990.76 77,626.16
State Board of Architecture Surplus Fund ............. 3,000.001 3,000.00 ..... .......... .....
Dept. of Architecture, University of Florida...... 6,913.23 43,602.01 49,207.33 57,301.36
State Farm Industries Fund. .................. ... 50,000.001 99,969.10 62,231.25 39,806.41
Special American Legion Fund ................... 39,745.951 1,385.00 2,200.00 2,200.00





State Office Building Fund........ ...................... ... .... .... .... ....250,000.00 63,515.47 ......................
State Prison New Building Fund ............................ .............. ....... 205,200.00 94,800.00 ....................
Everglades Drainage Fire Tax Fund ...................... ....... ......... 104,174.16 133,193.61 113,178.00
A. & M. College General Educational Board Fund.. 26,666.66 73,333.34 55,000.00
Industrial Fund-Office Operating Expense ........... ..................... 1,856.25 11,657.98 6,357.96
M. V. L. Expense Refund Fund.................................. ................ 26,475.11 55,231.36 21,253.49
Public Free School Fund ........................................ ......... ......... 1,627,274.23 1,661,686.49
Permanent Building Fund................ ...................... ..................... 813,716.38 830,841.19
Bureau of Im m migration Fund.................................... .. .................... .. ..................... 75,075.00 75,013.50
Industrial Survey F und ................................. .................... 15,000.00 ....................
State Board of Health, Centralization of Marriage
and D divorce R records ........................................ .. ... ........ ......... 11,962.25 13,609.45
A agricultural Statistics ............................................ ..................... ....... 50,000.00 ... ..... ..
Dealers License Special Tax Fund ................... ... ...... .... 19,035.00 33,235.00
Public Free School Adm inistration Fund .................. .................... 4,200.00 ......................
Federal Rehabilitation Fund ............ ........... ..................... ..................... 9,199.60 6,283.84
Hotel Commission Advertising Fund .................................... ....... .................... 2,670.44 3,413.24
Pending School Escheated Fund .................. .. .................... 36.77 .....................
State Board of Health, Registration of Doctors and
Midwives .... .. ............. .. ....... 1,534.00 2,128.00
Sm all Loan License Fund....................................... ...................... ...................... 3,075.02 2,708.39
State Board of Health, Drug Store Inspection Fund .................. ............. .................... ...................... 5,400.00
Investm ent Board Fund .......... .... .................. .. .. ...... .... ....... ................... 4,910.00
Special Prison Com m issary Building Fund............. ...................... ...................... ...................... 28,000.00
Capper-Ketchum Fund ....... ......... ..................... .............. .................... 20,000.00
Radio Station Incidental Fund ................. ... ............ .. .............................. 1,798.77
Town of River Junction Tank Fund ............ ............ ............... .................: 6,621.71
A & M College Julius R osenw ald F und .............. .... ......... ....... ...................... ...................... 11,000.00
Total Receipts-All Funds ............................ $40,713,321.86 $35,019,736.66$35,957,013.96$33,069,883.81








SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL FUNDS
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
FUNDS 1925, to 1926, Lo 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
General Revenue Fund ............... .... 4,877,185.371$ 6,578,288.591$ 7,112,441.761$ 5,668,756.38
One Mill School Tax Fund. ............................. 592,459.821 615,956.461 585,847.871 567,816.70
Pension Tax Fund ............................... .............. 1,276,395.341 1,463,911.62 1,437,181.40] 1,285,108.47
State Board of Health Tax Fund ......... 281,685.731 351,780.96 309,913.271 284,579.98
State Road, County Bond and Donation Fund 1,499,264.951 1,138,199.07 6,044,050.401 2,134,092.34
State Prison Tax Fund .... ...................... .... 221,256.451 275,552.78 522,284.47! 568,892.48
Drainage Tax Fund (Regular) ........................... 1,746,746.821 1,195,553.62 1,320,371.581 1,560,701.03
Drainage Bond Fund 3,459,981.651 1,271,670.48 42,290.901 8,996.95
Principal of School Fund .. ............... ......... 1,636,124.071 301,047.57 116,531.631 274,146.24
Interest of School Fund ........................................ 162,165.751 232,830.151 272,577.551 238,563.51
Principal of Seminary Fund ... ...... ............ ........ I. 6,308.25
Shell Fish Fund ... ........................ 42,464.26 48,976.40 56,987.04 42,740.24
Teachers Examination Fund .... ... ................... 11,691.741 18,680.96 18,014.89 14,806.75
M. V. L. County Road Fund ................ .. 80.95 .
M. V. L. Maintenance Fund ................... .......... 127,788.401 147,749.39 459,235.83 293,881.07
M. V. L. Expense Fund .......................................... 230,373.60! 555,164.23 364,698.55 235,791.70
Federal Aid Road Fund 528,125.441 1,708,552.64 1,328,228.26 716,661.44
Florida National Forest Fund 11,125.861 7,379.76 7,647.00 5,365.58
Everglades Drainage Sinking Fund ................ ........ I 150.00 ...... 129,138.00
Girls' Industrial School Fund ....... .................... ..... 15,124.78
Boys' School Industries Fund ........ .... 2,203.011 21,688.22 33,895.65 18,001.52
State Fire Insurance Fund .......................... 2,492.891 190,933.671 90,471.25 10,005.14
State Board of Nurses Fund ......... ..................... 8,151.021 8,849.821 6,893.56 6,381.21





Agricultural College Fund ............. ......... .. .. 7,730.001 9,710.001 10,405.811 6,690.00
Interest of Seminary Fund ... .. ... ......... ....... 4,548.581 3,823.821 8,707.701 8,348.94
Hatch Experiment Station Fund ............ ........ 14,875.041 15,183.331 14,984.981 14,780.62
Adams Experiment Station Fund .................... 14,970.011 15,030.001 14,647.501 15,127.50
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund ....... 55,733.991 60,202.911 61,150.331 56,862.42
Lever Agricultural Supplemental Fund ........... 16,000.481 16,493.081 14,078.931 19,323.52
White College Morrill Fund ..... .. ............ 25,000.001 25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00
A. & M. College Morrill Fund 23,408.251 26,238.25 23,032.30 27,320.11
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ........ ....... 9,482.731 8,211.341 5,726.29 8,519.45
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ...... 9,040.451 8,943.251 13,259.221 20,461.08
University of Florida Incidental Fund ....... 84,495.001 63,197.951 129,384.101 108,755.36
Florida State College Incidental Fund .............. 63,944.721 81,191.441 83,809.131 67,350.30
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund ......... .... 1,000.00 2,685.22
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund.... .......... 31,810.541 33,434.081 35,884.80 38,442.13
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ....... 17,670.811 15,824.521 21,078.321 19,855.68
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ......... 11,217.261 10,449.411 11,669.881 10,348.13
State Highway Fund ... ............................. 284.591 463,921.70| 45,565.451 44.06
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund 949.381 916.151 571.88 391.51
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund ... ... 87,793.06 40,106.26 83,096.48
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ..... 8,321.801 20,700.63 20,655.02 20,804.09
Florida Farm Colony Incidental Fund .............. 2,766.76| 2,346.74 6,051.051 1,044.65
Florida Bond Sinking Fund ..... .. ............... 191,419.901 106,234.19 ..........
Gasoline Inspection Fund ................. .... 122,163.85|
State Road License Fund (Gasoline). 5,732,320.191 10,368,769.40|- 7,578,887.54 5,819,946.11
State Federal Aid Road Fund ...... ..... 883,377.611 8,130,292.971 3,622,814.551 3,228,276.11
State Aid County Road Fund ........ ... .. 1,162,257.02| 1,944,226.051 1,217,505.86 1,180,996.28
State Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act 28,617.421 28,196.261 29,682.24 31,353.61
State Board of Health Venereal Control Act .......... 946.881 368.76 ...................









SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL FUNDS-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
FUNDS 1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
A. & M. College Hospital Fund ................................ 2,230.5Q6 3,235.94 3,172.24 2,419.08
One M ill Drainage Tax Fund .................................... .... 66,424.47 22,247.36 ...... ....... .....
Auto Theft Fund ......... ............ ... .............. 197,200.86 428,127.01 179,434.90 119,085.56
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ... .............. ..... ... .... ... ... ............ 8,249.25
Tick Eradication Tax Fund................ .......... 250,613.581 363,673.75 311,055.03 275,752.39
County Road License Fund (Gasoline) .................. 2,575,587.051 2,949,163.87 2,863,398.34 2,225,127.24
Gasoline License Expense Fund ............ .......... 6,510.221 33,625.31 7,083.24 .....
Hotel Commission Fund ................. ................... 77,949.071 112,011.30 139,500.69 97,259.15
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund ... ........................ .... ............ ........... .............. 4,451.56 2,407.75
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund.... 43.33 980.22 ...................... 1,487.50
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads 79,946.50 180,958.92 109,017.50 3.34
State Live Stock Sanitary Board Contingent Fund 4,256.91 ...................... ..................... ......................
State Live Stock Sanitary Board Serum Fund........ 32,681.07 40,369.27 28,808.83 26,446.16
Special Shell Fish Fund for Counties .................. 2,329.82 2,548.12 1,064.84 60.01
State Game Fund ..... ................................... 1701,868.53 240,369.44 322,157.63 268,238.62
General Inspection Fund .................................. 254,966.11 613,635.02 662,973.55 748,853.35
Purnell Experiment Station Fund ........................... 12,407.97 24,987.36 41,392.28 45,174.56
Industrial Plant Fund ............................................ .. 33,136.68 90,992.58 614.17 ......................
Westcott Estate Fund.......... ...................... 3,430.00 4,900.00 5,462.02 23.00
Fish Hatchery Fund .... ...................................... 4,842.84 66,974.56 54,133.56 27,793.12
Real Estate Commission Fund.............................. 39,829.15 57,692.85 50,658.81 41,324.85
Free School Text Book Tax Fund ....................... ... 1,023.85 416,014.88 538,703.86 98,017.39
Dept. of Architecture-University of Florida ......... 6,651.46 34,643.12 56,692.59 56,962.63





State Board of Architecture, Surplus Fund ...... ....... .. 1,145.04 1,342.49 1,145.56
State Farm Industries Fund ...... ............. 19,526.831 110,400.37 38,913.18 69,736.43
Special American Legion Fund........ ... ..... .. 40,912.22 2,000.00 2,618.73
State Office Building Fund ........ ................... .... 226,763.82 82,727.301 1,024.71
State Prison New Building Fund .. .. ..... .... .... ... 1 203,134.21 96,865.79
Tobacco Experiment Station Incidental Fund ... .. ....... .... .... .. 200.00 .............
Everglades Drainage Fire Tax Fund ......... ........ ... .. 76,181.84 146,076.45 60,075.38
A. & M. College General Educational Board Fund .24,211.52 52,468.21 62,587.35
Industries Fund-Office Operating Expense .... ... ......... 789.71 11,207.95 6,081.09
M V. L. Expense Refund Fund ..................... ........... ............... ..............1,789.25 85,355.29
Public Free School Fund ........ .. .... ........ ........ ................ ... ..... 1,102,941.58 1,719,599.60
Perm anent Building Fund... .. .... ........ ............ .................. .. ... ... ...31,778.16 1,425,594.72
Bureau of Immigration Fund ... .... .................. ................ ...... 34,008.32 103,130.17
Industrial Survey Fund ......... .......................... .. ....... ..... .... 13,252.70 1,746.73
State Board of Health, Centralization of Marriage
and Divorce Records ............................... .. 7,746.46 10,913.66
A agricultural Statistics .............................. ............. ..... ....... .. ... 40,217.30
Dealers License Special Tax Fund ........ ..... ...... .... .. 5,708.09 22,390.92
Public Free School Administration Fund ....... ..... .. ..... .. ................. 637.36 476.72
Federal Rehabilitation Fund ............ ............... ... ... .... ... ........ ...... 5,150.19 5,564.14
Hotel Commission Advertising Fund ... ................ .... ............. ......... 2,537.61 2,511.94
Florida State Hospital Pay Patients Fund .. ....... .. .. 1,000.00 2,000.00 ...............
State Board of Health, Registration of Doctors and
M id w iv es .... ... ........... .. ...... .................. ..... ...... .. .... ..... ... 1,383 .64 677 .50
Sm all L oan L license F und .. ............. ......... ...... ... .......... .................... 483.83
State Board of Health, Drug Store Inspection .... .. ................ 4,163.40
Special Prison Commissary Building Fund ... .. ............... .... .... ..... 19,655.95









SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS-ALL FUNDS-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
FUNDS 1926, to 1925, to 1928, to 1927, to
June 30, 1927 June 30, 1926 June 30, 1929 June 30, 1928
Capper-Ketchum Fund .... .......... ....... I ... ... ... .. .. .......... ... 14,906.04
Radio Station Incidental Fund ......... ...... .. ........ ... ....... .......... 1,502.92
Town of River Junction Tank Fund .. ..... ... 826.64
Total Disbursements-All Funds .. ... $29,017,168.77 $44,095,482.401$39,753,905.741$32,553,529.18




ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
SOURCES 1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
_June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
Taxes of Current Year .... ....... ........ $ 1,736,400.501$ 1,062,217.831$ 1,442,546.39 $ 1,664,483.19
Taxes of Preceding Year ................ ........ 292,285.741 230,874.051 238,920.36 405,006.67
Taxes of Former Years .. ............. ............ 736.72 716.71 3,306.12 840.59
General License Tax ..... ................. ...... ...... 851,113.941 569,928.00 433,596.41 457,822.39
License American Railway Express Company...... 18,373.82 24,111.64 19,445.12
License Gulf Refining Company ..500.00 500.00 500.00
License Union Tank Car Company.... ... ... 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
License Fruit Growers Express Company ..........500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
License Mexican Petroleum Company................. 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00






License Sinclair Refining Company .... ..... ............... 500.00 500.00 500.00
License Pullman Car Company 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00 5,500.00
License Southeastern Express Company .... 81.70 56.12 85.27
License Tax, Insurance Companies ... .... .. 68,850.00 71,800.00 71,850.00 75,675.00
License Tax, Insurance Agents .118,027.50 120,251.00 108,628.00 107,316.00
Licenses under Chapter 6492, Revised General
Statutes of F lorida ..... ..... .. ... .. ....... ..... ......20.00
Insurance Companies Premium Tax (2%) 884,297.53 1,081,377.73 923,250.83 861,938.39
Pullman Car Co. Percentage on Gross Receipts 15,387.07 17,258.15 11,163.97 9,256.76
Tax on Commissions .. .... 8,507.001 4,481.00 3,253.00 4,256.00
Charter Tax on Corporations.... 1,667,271.85 536,820.33 331,769.01 305,795.55
Bank Examination Taxes .33,830.00 14,700.00 21,980.00 20,150.00
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock of Jacksonville
Main Street Railway ........ 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00
Sale of Laws by Secretary of State ... 22,329.00 8,734.50 4,837.90 2,865.84
Sale of D erelict G oods .... ..... ....... .... ....... 81 54 .......
Sale of Supreme Court Reports 3,500.00 ........ .. 15.00
Sale of State Flags ........ ... ... .... 7.251 2.55 7.20 3.75
Sale of Maps by Bureau of Immigration ...... 85.25 71.19
Sale of Space in Campaign Book ..... 1,537.50. .. 2,967.50
Sale of Second-hand Typewriters 77.501
Fees from Secretary of State ... ...146,554.981 58,915.63 56,135.93 41,714.30
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture 6,206.201 2,057.00 1,607.06 1,243.65
Fees from Comptroller 828.151 586.00 466.00 43.00
Fees from State Treasurer. ..... ...... ... .. 4,160.001 4,290.00 4,285.00 4,540.00
Fees from Governor .. ..... 1,150.441 675.00 585.00 465.00
Fees from Candidates under Chapter 6469 6,339.601 ... 15,603.00









ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
SOURCES 1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
Fees from Persons Licensed to Catch Migratory
Birds ......................... ................... ..... ...... 24.00 24.00 ..........
Tax Certificates, Principal (from Comptroller) ...... 314,400.51 64,306.20 107,329.94 168,500.74
Tax Certificates, Expense (from Comptroller) ..... 78,551.47 46,894.96 109,870.88 126,062.77
Tax Certificates, Interest (from Comptroller) ...... 821,348.13 179,419.26 352,345.02 553,697.28
Tax Certificates, Interest on Deposits (from
Com ptroller) ............ ............................ 26,454.16 6,531.60 29.66
T ax C certificates, Sale of ....... ....................... .......... .. .. ... .......... ..... .... .......... ......... ... 1 107.81
Interest on State Funds in Banks ...................... ... ............ 264,228.46 619.04 ..................
Interest on Railway Taxes Deposited in Banks
(from Com ptroller) ........................ .... .... ...... 1,308.23 ........
Receipts from Sheriff (Sec. 3889, R. G. S.) ............ ... ...... ..... ............. 423,93 .
Receipts from Fertilizer Companies, Account of
Deficiency of Ammonia and Potash ......... .... ... ......... 9.37
Receipts from State Live Stock Sanitary Board ... 3,508.21 315.52 16.18 ............
Receipts from Shell Fish Commissioner, under
Chapter 9338, Acts of 1923 ......... ........... ... 2,252.47 1,736.42 3,220.77 2,846.62
Receipts on Account of Small Loan Fund......... ...... 325.001 991.66 233.34 .............
Receipts from Girls Industrial School Fund ........ 25.001 .................... 15,124.78 ......................
Receipts from Board of Law Examiners... ..... 20,000.001 .... ........... ....................
Receipts on Account of Loan for Florida National
Guard of Florida ........................................... ..... .... .... 30,000.00 ....... .... 8,000.00






Receipts under Chapter 12243, Acts of 1927-N.I
S. W ainwright, Clerk.... ....... .. ...................... 183.50 41.30
Receipts under Chapter 10228, Acts of 1925-W.]
C T hom pson, Clerk ... ....... .... ....... 236.86 ....................... ......
Receipts on Account of Forfeiture of Bonds .......... ...................... ...................... 148.83 1,142.48
R eceipts on A account of R adio Station ... ..... ...................... ...................... 100,000.00 ......................
Receipts on Account of State Rehabilitation Ap-I
propriation ............................... ...... ................... 125.00
R receipts from Board of Public W welfare ................. ...................... ...................... .............. ..... 9.30
Receipts from Estate of J. L. Branch, deceased...... ..................... ......................492.30 ....................
Receipts on account of University of Florida ....
Building Fund .... ... .... ............. 291.71
Receipts from Board of Plum bers ............................. ... 14,678.32 ......................
Receipts on account of Fire Loss at Industrial
S ch o ol for G irls .. .. .... .. .......................... ......... .......... ..... 1 4 5 .0 0 ..........
Receipts on account of State Live Stock Sanitary
Board Equipm ent Fund ..... ............... .............. .. .... ............... 322.66 147.30
Receipts on account of Board of Commissioners of
State Institutions Incidental Fund ........ .............. ........ 5,000.00 ......................
Receipts on account of Loan from State School
Fund of Florida ...... ............... .... ....100,000.00
Receipts from Comptroller on account of Receiv-
ers' Expenses ................................... ...... .............. 1,499.94
Transfer from State Live Stock Sanitary Board
Contingent Fund ....... .......... ......... ............. 4,256.91 .
Transfers from General Inspection Fund ................ 67,202.37 149,344.38 150,000.00 350,000.00
Transfers from Free School Text Book Tax Fund ..................... ... ...... 150,000.00 ......................
Transfers from State Fire Insurance Fund ........... ..................... ........... ...... 50,000.00 .....................








ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
SOURCES 1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
Transfers from Permanent Building Fund .......... ....... ..................... 560,000.00
Transfers from M. V. L. Expense Refund Fund...... .. ... 75,000.00
Transfers from M. V. L. Maintenance Fund............ 150,000.00
Refund of W witness Fees ....................................... ............... 98.60 78.10 10.50
Refund on account of Overpayment of Freight ...... ... .... ................ 32.25
Refund from American Express Company ... ....... .25.46 ............. ... ...................
Refunds on acct. of Personal Traveling Expenses .. 108.01 229.41
Refunds by pupils vacating scholarships ............... .. 262.75 73.00 375.25
Refund of Excess Premiums on State Property...... 30.89 .......... 115.25 587.93
Refunds on account of Florida State Hospital ..... 117.86 211.20 210.57 59.43
Refunds on account of Bureau of Immigration ..... 854.91.........
Refunds on account of Legislature of 1925 & 1927 58.99 30.09 ..............
Refunds on account of overpayment of commis-
sions to Tax Assessors and Collectors ............. 2,866.69 ...... 4.23
Refunds on account of overpayment on goods pur-
chased for Florida Farm Colony..................... 7.00 3.70
Refunds on account of overpayment on goods pur-
chased for Boys Industrial School ........................ .... .... ..... 818.51
Refund of Unused Portion of Railway Ticket..... .................. 5.94
Refund by State Gam e Fund ..................................... ..... .... 20,000.00 ........ .........
Refund on account of State Treasurer's Contingent
F u n d ......................................... ......... ......... 3 .0 0 .. ...........






Refund from Cohen Bros. on account of overpay-
m en t . ... .. ... .. ........ ............... ............... ... .... .. 3 2 .00 .. .....
Refunds on account of Smith-Hughes State Ap-
propriation Fund ........ .... ............................ 150.00 .. ..... 151.48................
Refund on account of Florida National Guard ...... .. ...... .................. 9.20 137.61
Refund by Comptroller on account of old checks ... ......9.40
Refunds on account of overpayment of delinquent
taxes ................................... ....... .. ... ... ...78.54 953.00
Refunds on account of Jurors and Witnesses Fund .. .......... 12.00 18.60
M miscellaneous Refunds .. .. ... .......... 215.42 107.29 .. .. ..........
Refund by Attorney General .... .............. 48.85
Refund on account of Girls Industrial School .................... .. .. ...... 47.80
Refund on account of Teachers Examination Fund .. ...... ......... ..................... 23.00
Refund for overpayment on printing bulletins ....... ......... .................... 28.61
Refund on account of Teachers Training Depart-
ment of High Schools ........ ......... ...... ..... 125.00
Refund on account of Contingent Fund, State Supt.
of P public Instruction ....................... .......... ...... . ..................... ......................34.79
Total Receipts-General Revenue ........ ..........1$ 7,233,959.861$ 4,602,918.651$ 4,748,437.961$ 6,089,142.76








ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929

Executive Office

Contingent Expenses of the State ..................... 17,806.42$ 15,113.99 $ 14,123.08 $ 14,159.98
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, Improvement
and Care ................................................ 1,471.11 1,776-08 2,989.25 2,703.21
Governor's Mansion, Furnishing and Repairing..... 9,984.21 9,572.61 1,191.35 1,649.38
Salaries Executive Department .............................. 43,875.00 44,500.00 45,899.97 45,483.31
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department ........... 140,361.84 154,058.19 205,840.85 212,363.73
Emergency Appropriation for Extra Help.............. 21,123.51 25,574.70 8,658.35 15,637.72
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments 1,228.25 2,011.01 1,265.75 3,248.74
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions
Incidental Fund ............ ...................................... 1,521.03 2,330.27 2,450.42 2,049.36

Educational Appropriations

A. & M. College for Negroes Educational Fund...... 76,857.98 77,004.08 125,173.62 123,200.19
A. & M. College for Negroes Building Educational
Fund ..... ............ ............. ........ 9,001.67 128,399.85 102,724.38 17,563.26
Board of Control Educational Fund......................... 5,847.19 4,942.95 5,784.62 6,022.87
School for Deaf and Blind Educational Fund .......... 99,965.92 115,477.72 121,004.69 116,514.92
School for Deaf & Blind Building Educational Fund ... 36,268.35 148,776.69 5,492.22
Florida State College for Women Educational Fund 264,788.40 274,662.98 393,171.27 406,011.60






Florida State College for Women Building Educa-
tional Fund .... .......................... ........ 128,484.12 262,458.04 174,419.59 619.80
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Approp-
riation .......... .. .............. 49,334.011 49,170.89 47,211.44 45,735.80
Plant Act Fund, General .............. .................. 35,339.841 34,975.00 35,000.00 25.00
Plant Act Fund, Special... ................................. 214,285.201 242,949.78 229,232.96 270,277.48
University of Florida Educational Fund ........... 636,236.13 734,780.73 1,063,879.31 870,686.04
University of Florida Building Educational Fund.... 51,244.28 389,920.89 85,455.78
Citrus Fruit Station at Lake Alfred ........................ 8,112.48 21,970.53 11,213.56 12,165.01
Smith-Hughes Administrative Department, Statel
Appropriation ....... ................... ..... 765.46 1,027.99 2,255.86 1,844.40
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation ........... 54,852.75 56,849.25 64,050.62 60,611.30
Scholarships .... .... ........ ...................... 22,780.50 20,700.00 40,950.00 44,250.00
Agricultural Extension Division, Exhibits at Fairs 716.00 .......................
Tobacco Experiment Station (Gadsden County) .... 1,599.49 18,056.28 15,917.65 12,409.30

Agricultural Department

Express and Telegrams .. ......... .............. .... 1,098.12 1,210.47 1,310.77 1,788.17
Field Note Division ........ ........ ... .. .......... 1,700.00 33.45 1,072.67 685.91
Salary and Expenses Fertilizer Analyst... ......... 233.66
Postage ...................................... ....... .... ..... 1,826.68 1 815.86 2,500.00 2,500.00
Printing Bulletins .......... ....... ....... .... .... ........ 9,737.95 10,260.39 9,924.02 10,014.59
Printing Feed and Fertilizer Stamps ........ ... 3,407.43 3,030.43 3,475.96 3,225.19
Printing Maps ..... ....... .................. ................ 7,500.001
Stationery and Other Contingent Expenses ....... 1,523.08 1,631.23 1,770.91 2,500.49
Traveling Expenses, Commissioner of Agriculture 836.73 1,145.07 1,755.73 1,166.40
Bureau of Immigration and Advertising Florida .. 45 768.67 54,380.21 ........... .... ..................








ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929

State Chemical Division

Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist .......... 879.24 2,784.01 1,501.31 1,342.73
Salary Clerk and Stenographer ........................... 1,485.00 1,500.00 1,775.00 1,800.00
Repairs to Building and Apparatus ... ..... ......... .* ... .... ..... ... 444.50 288.38
Samples and Incidentals, Pure Food Division ........ 1,507.79 1,245.66 1,302.28 1,367.96
Postage, Express and Telegrams ................. ..... 260.88 242.55 153.29 203.23
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants ... 1,106.74 1,187.40 512.13
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants ................. 14,024.94 14,300.00 15,858.37 14 569.89
Salaries and Expenses Food and Drug Inspectors. 724.85 ........... .................... .....................

Capitol and Offices

Contingent Expenses State Treasurer ..................... 1,332.17 1,313.06 2,768.94 1,785.04
Contingent Expenses Insurance Department, State
Treasurer's Office .... ................................... 1,888.13 1,559.40 1,856.41 1,388.59
Engineer at Capitol .... .......... .............................. 1,500.00 1,500.001 1,958.34 1,999.99
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol ............................. 4,947.11 4 999.67 5,955.331 5,999.63
Incidental Expenses Attorney General ..................654.92 626.55 1,593.16 1,603.91
Janitors at Capitol ............................ ............. 4,595.00 4,740.00 5,070.00 5,037.50
Superintendent of Grounds at Capitol, Governor's 1
M mansion and Suprem e Court ................ ................ ........ .................... 1,350.00






Postage State Treasurer's Office .. .. 595.481 600.001 1,100.001 1,087.72
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secr't'y of State 1,910.291 1,995.55 2,785.27 1,845.84
Postage, Stationery, Etc., Superintendent of Public
Instruction ..... ... .. ..... ... ..... ...... ..... 4,901.34 5,898.85 4,344.20 7,007.57
Purchase of Books, Attorney General ....................... 500.20 372.75 536.75 498.00
Purchase of Office Furniture, Etc., Attorney Gen-
eral's Office .............. .. ... ........... .... .. 320.26 206.25 476.36 385.59
Indexing and Annotating Laws, Attorney Gen-
eral's Offi ce ..................................... ... ....... 1,683.33 310.00
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public In-
struction ......................................... ................. 687.81 1,007.06 1,008.76 750.00
Repairs and Plumbing at Capitol ............ 3,438.99 3,500.00 .4,959.60 4,058.52
Night Watchman at Capitol .................... ........ 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,475.00 1,500.00
Burglary Insurance, State Treasurer's Office .....500.00 1,500.00 1,500.001 1,273.93
Contingent Expenses, Comptroller's Office 1,667.95 1,494.21 1,608.57 1,878.02
Equipment of Comptroller's Office....... .. 1,981.25 1,106.56
Salaries and Expenses State Bank Examiners 39,425.03 47,219.33 51,451.44 54,331.56
Burglary Insurance, Comptroller's Office.... 750.00 750.00 750.00 750.00
Secretary of State Incidental Expenses 999.98 798,71 1,729.93 1,247.84
State Auditing Department................... .. 16,460.15 15,444.13 41,535.23 68,571.77
Codifying and Publishing School Laws 1,000.00 .................... ...........
Extra Help, Insurance Department, State Treasur-
er's Office ... .......... ............... .... 365.00 39.00
Repairs and Furnishings for Senate Chamber and
House of Representatives ............................ .... .. 6,631.90 ....... .... 986.30








ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926,. to 1927, to 1928, to;
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929

Miscellaneous Appropriations

Florida Department American Legion, account at-
tending m eet in P aris........ ................................... .......... .... .. 5,000.00 ....... ......
General Deficiency Appropriation ............................. ............. 218,187.00 17,767.37
Labor on Grounds of Capitol, Mansion and Su-
preme Court ...................................... ..... 2,866.81 3,123.68 4,372.34 2,758.15
State Board of Education Incidental Expenses In-
specting and Protecting School Lands...... 240.72 99.58 62.86 46.72
Educational Survey Commission, Expenses of....... 27.56 44,726.66 3,877.54
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Home .............. 14,319.12 .18,505.69 13,706.33 13,411.77
State Board of Public W elfare.......................... ..... ... ........ 1,852.89 13,101.91
State Rehabilitation Fund .......... .. ................ ....... .... 9,225.72
Expenses Collection of Revenue .......... ...... 287,756.03 388,257.27 571,375.87 354,690.39
Expenses Geological Survey .................................... 15,730.33 15,823.98 22,191.68 22,616.54
Expenses of Primary Election .................. .......... 11,344.32 ..15,000.00
Expenses of Florida Canal Commission ........... 3,453.781 636.60 9,949.41 3,215.83
Expenses of Presidential Electors .......................... .. .............. 411.60
Expenses of Budget Commission... ........................ 500.00 3,000.00 1,562.00
Expenses of the Legislature of 1925 .................. 192,883.821 18,956.45
Expenses of the Legislature of 1927 ....................... .... 236,399.22 29,631.60 18,055.78
Expenses of the Legislature of 1929 ... ............. .. ...................... ............ .... 2,050.75






Farmers Demonstration Work ............................ 4,997.111 4,857.561 5,274.17 4,806.21
Florida Industrial School for Boys ........................... 117,961J86| 139,259.551 124,918.49 113,708.82
Florida Industrial School for Girls ........ .......... 39,278.681 45,200.411 63,136.95 32,624.44
Florida National Egg-laying Contest ...... ... ... .I .. ...... 11,608.44 5,429.55
Reprint of Journal of the Constitution of 1861...... ........... .500.00........
General Printing and Advertising .................. 43,013.28 39,677.55 49,006.60 45,588.28
Interest on Bonded Debt ..... ......... .. ..... 18,047.001 9,023.501 .... ..... .. ...........
Radio Station at University of Florida ...... ... .. .... .................... 72,797.50 24,758.,60
Sm all L oan L license F und ................................... ... .. .... ..... .........I 1,500.00 .................
Fire Insurance Excess Premium Fund ..................... 8,829.89 38,266.94 8,980.94 8,164.43
Insurance Premium Fund ....... ............................. .. 22,364.70] 135,818.931 23,661.40 ......
Investment Companies ... ..................... 313.701 160.25 196.00 4,544.00
State Live Stock Sanitary Board .............................. 76,267.701 79,044.73 123,781.87 101,887.90
Florida State Hospital, Maintenance .................... 816,887.191 828,843.02 1,024,435.90 868,146.10
Florida State Hospital, Improvements ......... 36,746.451 89,727.841 76,414.28 21,059.13
Paving Streets Abutting State Property ......... 3,780.321 7,219.68 17,105.23 ..................
Expenses Taking Special County Census of 1927 ....... .. ...... 2,903.30.... .....
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists ........... ..... 6,904.70 32,010.50 102,673.31 75,888.87
Printing General Laws ................. ........ .. ........ 10,000.001 4,400.00 7,207.99 ............
Tax Redemption Refund Fund ............................... ......... 3.59
Printing Extra Copies Revised General Statutes of
Florida ....... .. ... ............. ...... .............. ... 651.93
Revolving Fund, or Refunds-All Departments .. 294.81 663.33
Refunds on Tax Certificates ..... ................ ....... 1,703.22 4,629.71 3,660.25 4,163.71
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission ...... 59,739.63 58,493.26 61,046.93 53,398.37
Salaries and Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner... 45,728.75 45,687.43 48,951.79 50,022.63
Salaries and Expenses Rural School Inspectors.... 3,685.141 5,727.84 7,687.19 900.00
Traveling and Contingent Expenses Railroad In-








ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
spector ........ ......... ........... .... 911.451 970.30 1,200.00 1,087.97
Salaries and Expenses Supervisors of High and
Elementary Schools ........... ...........30.00 11,234.63 10,652.33 9,596.82
Compilation of General Laws .......................... ...... ...... 6,200.00 32,240.59
Salary and Expenses State Equalizer of Taxes ..... 9,931.89 8,923.59 13,501.46 11,948.96
State Labor Inspector ....................................... 3,054.471 3,224.59 4,003.64 4,042.32
State Marketing Bureau ............................................. 30,256.041 30,985.49 33,885.85 30,670.14
Sum m er Schools ... ................................. ..... 20,000..00 20,000.00
Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble-
minded ............... ............. 112,298.87 221,443.75 159,641.60 118,061.74
Salary and Expenses State Supervisor of Health
.and Physical Education.................................. .. .... ...... ........... 4,122.80 4,791.77
Teacher Training Department of High Schools .... 10,200.001 14,500.00 20,486.26 22,043.05
State Board of Forestry.......... ....... ................ .. ... 4,946.14 19,874.58
Upkeep Confederate Memorial at Natural Bridge ... 300.00 1,375.00 750.00
Florida Room in Confederate Museum at Richmond 250.001 250.00 250.00 250.00
Painting Governor's M mansion ................................ ................. ................... ... ............. 985.00
Taxes Special School Dist. No. 9, Jackson County. .............. ..............279.84
Care of Monument Olustee Battlefield ............. 1,800.00 400.00 1,000.00 1,000.00
Royal Palm State Park .............................................. 2,500.001 2,500.00 8,250.00 5,000.00
Monuments at Marianna and Port St. Joe, Upkeep 300.001 236.51 1,017.50 1,915.85
Monument to Confederate Soldiers at Lake City.... ......... .. .. 5,000.00
State Prison Farm, County Taxes....................... 3,500.00 3,500.00 5,837.46 4,000.00






Building & Loan Examiners, Salaries and Expenses 12,744.37 12,285.93
County Finance Department ...... ..................... .......... ..... .. 3,050.50 4,200.00
Dade Memorial Park .... ...... 2,900.00 500.00
Revenue Refunded ... 50.32 1,348.66 ......... ... .. ............
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund .................. ..... 26,954.471 16,529.84 5,319.59 14.70
Appropriation for Deficiency in Interest of Agri-
cultural College Fund ... .......... ....... ..... 2,716.00 2,716.00 ......... ......
Judah P. Benjamin Memorial .. ............ 9,989.63 4,033.90 350.55
State Treasurer's Vault, Lockers, Etc .. ...... ..... 7,509.50 22.50 .. .......
Traveling Expenses Commissioners on Reform of
Pleading and Practice of Law ... .......... ........ 126.00 .... ............. .... .........
State Library Board ........ ....... ................ ..... .. .... 500.00 6,144.35 7,259.39
Upkeep of M onum ent at DeFuniak Springs .................. .... .. ....... 305.24 ....................
Interest on money advanced to creditors under Sen- .
ate Bill 337, approved M ay 17, 1929..... ........... ...... .................................. 240.00

Military Department

National Guard of Florida ...... ............... .......... 87,378.80 128,220.50 139,384.30 125,624.13
Expense of Removal of W world W ar Trophies ........ 1,925.08 ....................... .. ...........
State Service Officer ................... ..................... 685.48 3,481.43 4,126.25 4,945.60
Am erican Legion of Florida .. .... .. .... ....... ............... .. 23,063.00 .. ...

Relief Bill Appropriations

Various Acts for the Relief of:
T J. A ppleyard ......................................... .... 833.53
Underwood Typewriter Company .......................... 675.79









ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, toJune 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
F lorida P aper C om pany ......... ........ ..... 70.001 ...................... ............... .. .. .................
M iddle F lorida Ice C om pany ... ..... ..... .... 26.00 ................... ..................................
Southern Telephone & Construction Com pany... 35.85 .................... ...................... ......................
T allahassee F furniture Com pany ................... ..... 87.501 ................. .. .................... .....................
D A D ixon C om pany ........................... ......... 829.601 ......... ......... ...... .............. .....................
H R K a u fm an ............................................... 2.12 5 1. .....................
C ity of T allah assee....................................... 604.96 .... .. ..... ...... .... .........
G eo. D Barnard Stationery Co.............. ......... 1,713.201 ...... ............................ ....................
K altenbach & Stephens .... .......... .................... 25.36 ... ................. ................... ....................
V ictor & A chelis ..................................................... 25.36
A m erican D isinfectant Com pany ......................... 24.001 ...................... ..... .. ................
D oyle, Clute, C arlisle & C o. ...... ........... ......... 62.05 .. ............ .... ................ .....................
Sidney J. Catts, Jr.................. ... .. .......... .. 1,333.33 ......... ... ........ .. ........
In cy R o w e ................................................... 7 5 0 .0 0 ..................... ... ........ .
J J W a rd ............................................................. 1 9 5 .601 ......................
John W Blunt ...................................................... 15.601
Joseph H Jones ......................................... I........ 112.50 ......
D Stuart G illis .................. .. .. ... ........ 2,500.00 ...... .. ....... ...
J. B W hitfield ... ................ .................. ................... 1,000.00 ................... ... .
M ucklow, Ford & M cCall....................................... ...... ....... 1,451.49 ........................
M rs. A M R oland ......................................... .... ................. 150.00 .........................
John M Coe........................ ...... .......... .............. ..... 1,000.00 ........ ....... ...........






Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of
F lorida ......... ... ... .......... ... ..................... ... .... ....... .. 50,000.00 .......... ...
H L M ay s ................... ................... ................ .. 150.00 ..........
Louie W Strum .............................. ... ... ......... ...... 1,000.00
League of Florida Building & Loan Assn..... ..... .................... 970.00 355.00 ..
T VL B ryan ..................................... ... ......... 715.00
M rs. D ora V ickers ................................................. ..................... 500.00
J. C. Luning, State Treasurer, account furnish-
ings for Legislative H alls... ........................ ........... 13,043.70 .. ...........................
Jam es E Calkins .......................... ................. ...... ...................... ........ ... 1,000.00 ..........
F red H D avis ......................................................... ......... ..................... 1,000.00 ..........
N. S. W ainwright .............. .. .. ..................... ..... ... .......... .... .. ........ 917.50 ..... ...........
Board of County Commissioners of Glades Co ................. ...... ....... 30,000.00 .......
R obert F Bradford..... ........ ................ .............. ..... ............. 77.63 .... ...........
R W C r e el................... ......................................... ..................... ..................... 3 4 9 .6 3 ......................3 4
J. W Johnson............................................... ... ................ ... ... .......... 295.93 .... ...........
F rank F orster ........................................ .. .................. .. .................... 116.67 .. ...........
T D Lancaster ........... .. ...... .................. ............. ..0... .......... 40.14.....

Judicial Department

Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court.. .............. 3,128.62 3,037.27 5,732.23 5,994.99
Clerk Circuit Court, per diem ............ ................ 939.00 939.00 939.00 939.00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court .................... 300.00 300.00 2,675.00 2,700.00
Salaries and Expenses Court Reporters................... 23,242.66 25,000.00 50,384.39 50,915.17
Expenses of Circuit Judges ......... .................... 4,362.42 6,757.90 6,482.61 6,009.57
Traveling Expenses State Attorneys........................ 852.72 2,857.36 2,812.28 3,353.21
Lights, Water, Gas, Etc., Supreme Court Building 643.68 595.75 675.41 597.21








ABSTRACT OF DISBURSEMENTS-GENERAL REVENUE FUND-(Cont'd)
(July 1, 1925, toJune 30, 1929)
From July 1, From July 1, From July 1, From July 1,
1925, to 1926, to 1927, to 1928, to
June 30, 1926 June 30, 1927 June 30, 1928 June 30, 1929
Messengers for Supreme Court ................ ....... 1,800.00 1,800.00 2,130.00 2,160.00
Jurors and Witnesses.... ... .. ............................... 217,714.18 315,810.59 308,769.90 297,361.37
Printing Supreme Court Reports ......... ................ 1,584.00 1,487.20
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library ...... 759.50 847.68 654.38 1,136.90
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice ...... 100.00 250.00 100.00 500.00
Salaries Law Clerks Supreme Court .................... 6,316.00 7,437.50 10,475.00 10,800.00
Salaries Judicial Department ......... ......... 235,224.80 244,448.80 410,840.66 425,104.98
Salaries Justices of Supreme Court ..... .......... 46,071.36 47,999.70 56,800.00 57,600.00
Fuel and Heating Supreme Court Building ...... 160.00 1,830.00 394.62 1,580.00
Salaries Special Assistants to the Attorney General .... ......................... 9,386.70 12,502.51
Watchman at Supreme Court Building ............ 900.00 900.0 900.00 900.00
Repairs to Supreme Court Building ....................... 304.11 263.661 13,803.30 1,282.31
Salary of Marshal of Supreme Court .............. .. ............ ............. 2,950.00 3,000.00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem ..... ..... ...... 600.00 1,188.00 4.00
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices ...2,400.00 2,400.00 ..........
Salary Assistant Secretary Supreme Court Justices 2,083.34 2,100.00 ...............
Retirement of Justices of Supreme Court .7,791.641 7,999.95 6,984.75 ............
Total Disbursements-General Revenue Fund.... $ 4,877,185.371$ 6,578,288.591$ 7,112,441.761$ 5,668,756.38






RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
(For the Year Ending June 30, 1929)
Balance in Balance in
NAME OF FUND Fund July 1, Receipts Disbursements Fund June 30,
S 1928 1929
General Revenue Fund ........ $ 239,893.93 $ 6,089,142.761$ 5,668,756.38 $ 660,280.31
One Mill School Tax Fund ......................... 222,511.49 594,338.21 567,816.70 249,033.00
Pension Tax Fund............. 587,420.15 1,148,973.32 1,285,108.47 451,285.00
State Board of Health Tax Fund .. 22,064.42 306,692.43 284,579.98 44,176.87
State Road, County Bond and Donation Fund 13,636.12 2,237,434.03 2,134,092.34 116,977.81
State Prison Fund .......................... ........ ... 64,749.39 598,741.49 568,892.48 94,598.40
Drainage Tax Fund (Regular) ........ ....... 419,114.97 1,365,735.63 1,560,701.03 224,149.57
Drainage Bond Fund .. .... ........... ... 2,842.16 8,992.60 8,996.95 2,837.81
Principal of School Fund ............................ .. 222,877.67 129,571.98 274,146.24 78,303.41
Interest of School Fund 23,813.00 242,660.65 238,563.51 27,910.14
Principal of Seminary Fund ............................. .. 12,208.66 6,308.25 5,900.41
Shell Fish Fund ........... .... ............... 7,278.901 47,678.81 42,740.24 12,217.47
Teachers Examination Fund ................... 5,400.76 13,247.00 14,806.75 3,841.01
Railroad Commission Fines Fund. 1,464.70 ....... ... ........ 1,464.70
Motor Vehicle License County Road Fund 3,608.84. 3,608.84
Motor Vehicle License Maintenance Fund .... 229,950.03 231,309.01 293,881.07 167,377.97
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund ................ 121,251.36 297,301.00 235,791.70 182,760.66
Federal Aid Road Fund ....... ....... ......... 7,926.53 951,320.88 716,661.44 242,585.97
Florida National Forest Fund ..................... .. .... ... 5,365.58 5,365.58
A sylum Patients Trust Fund................... ................ 2,453.21 ...................... 2,453.21
Everglades Drainage Bond Sinking Fund .......... 134,373..17 30,060.04 129,138.00 35,295.21
Girls Industrial School Fund .... 1,999.30 492.66 ....... ...... 2,491.96
Boys School Industries Fund .................. ............. 3,513.78 34,372.14 18,001.52 19,884.40








RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES-(Cont'd)
(For the Year Ending June 30, 1929)
Balance in Balance in
NAME OF FUND Fund July 1, Receipts Disbursements Fund June 30,
_1928 ___1929
State Fire Insurance Fund ............. ......... ... 11,127.721 14,446.241 10,005.141 15,568.82
A uto Refund Fund ........ ........................................... 168.00 .... ...... ........ 168.00
State Board of Nurses Fund ..... ........ ................... 6,549.741 6,914.00 6,381.21 7,082.53
Agricultural College Fund .......... ......................... 650.00 8,275.00 6,690.00 2,235.00
Interest of Seminary Fund .................................... 2,639.26 6,491.91 8,348.94 782.23
Hatch Experiment Station Fund ......................... 1,280.02 15,000.00 14,780.62 1,499.40
Adams Experiment Station Fund .......................... 1,630.67 15,000.00 15,127.50 1,503.17
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund ...................... 5,946.26 59,412.66 56,862.42 8,496.50
Lever Agricultural Supplemental Fund ............. 2,461.54 18,943.17 19,323.52 2,081.19
W white College M orrill Fund ..... ..... ......... ....... 25,000.00 25,000.00 .....................
A. & M. College Morrill Fund ............ ................. 2,323.20 25,000.00 27,320.11 3.09
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ........................... 3,966.28 9,879.00 8,519.45 5,325.83
Experiment Station Incidental Fund ................. 6,698.191 17,640.35 20,461.08 3,877.46
University of Florida Incidental Fund .................. 13,984.63 107,684.96 108,755.36 12,914.23
Florida State College Incidental Fund ............... 31,771.61 79,586.10 67,350.30 44,007.41
Deaf and Blind School Incidental Fund ....... 3,683.031 3,134.32 2,685.22 4,132.13
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ...15,392.711 35,956.57 38,442.13 12,907.15
Smith-Hughes Trades and Industries Fund ..... 9,416.52 19,718.37 19,855.68 9,279.21
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training Fund ............... 2,140.941 9,778.22 10,348.13 1,571.03
State H ighw ay F und .......... ....................... ..... 44.06 ...... .... ..44.06.....
Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund 60.481 425.00 391.51 93.97
Florida State Hospital Special Maintenance Fund 39,892.881 87,611.52 83,096.48 44,407.92
General Extension Division Incidental Fund ....... 998.331 22,184.71 20,804.09 2,378.95






Florida Farm Colony Incidental Fund ...................... 52.28 3,500.00 1,044.65 2,807.63
State Road License Fund (Gasoline) ................ 133,921.76 6,724,665.29 5,819,946.11 1,038,640.94
State Federal Aid Road Fund ................. ..... 47,328.90 3,238,312.29 3,228,276.11 57,365.08
State Aid Road Fund for Counties ...... ......... 41,558.67 1,180,209.99 1,180,996.28 40,772.38
State Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act ...... 5,816.72 28,300.45 31,353.61 2,763.56
State Board of Health, Venereal Control Act .......25.00 .................... ............... 25.00
A. & M. College Hospital Fund ............................15.27 2,588.67 2,419.08 184.86
One Mill Drainage Tax Fund. .............................. 19,224.50 20,277.55 ...................... 39,502.05
Auto Theft Fund........................ ........ 18,974.00 170,257.00 119,085.56 70,145.44
Principal of Agricultural College Fund ................... 6,837.23 1,500.00 8,249.25 87.98
Tick Eradication Tax Fund ................................ 46,438.35 288,862.39 275,752.39 59,548.85
County Road License Fund (Gasoline) .................. 2,801.03 2,241,554.80 2,225,127.24 19,228.59
Gasoline License Expense Fund ............................ 14.80 .................. .................... 14.80
Hotel Commission Fund ................................... ....... 18,081.11 114,719.00 97,259.15 35,540.96
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund........................ 2,009.22 2,193.14 2,407.75 1,794.61
Everglades Experiment Station Incidental Fund .. 6,990.98 1,000.00 1,487.50 6,503.48
State Road Fund for Maintenance of State Roads.. 79.08 ...................... 3.34 75.74
State Live Stock Sanitary Board Serum Fund ....... 3,324.72 28,164.69 26,446.16 5,043.25
Special Shell Fish Fund for Counties ....................... 142.22 18.00 60.31 99.91
State Game Fund................................. 6,262.41 267,500.00 268,238.62 5,523.79
General Inspection Fund ... ........................... .. 230,402.22 632,527.19 748,853.35 114,076.06
Purnell Experiment Station Fund ......... .... 7,736.13 50,000.00 45,174.56 12,561.57
Industrial Plant Fund ............................ .................. 24,656. 7 ........ ..................... 24,656.57
W estcott Estate Fund ............. ................................. 3,827.98 4,600.00 23.00 8,404.98
Fish Hatchery Fund ................. .. 3,328.53 29,568.92 27,793.12 5,104.33
Real Estate Commission Fund .......................... 16,319.64 38,679.16 41,324.85 13,673.95
Free School Text Book Tax Fund ...... .................... 63,184.06 77,626.16 98,017.39 42,792.83
State Board of Architecture Surplus Fund.............. 3,512.47 ..................... 1,145.56 2,366.91








RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
(For the Year Ending June 30, 1929)
Balance in Balance in
NAME OF FUND Fund July 1, Receipts Disbursements Fund June 30,
1928 _1929
University of Florida, Dept. of Architecture Fund 1,735.401 57,301.361 56,962.63 2,074.13
State Farm Industries Fund ............ ......... 43,359.971 39,806.41 69,736.43 13,429.95
Special American Legion Fund .................................. 418.731 2,200.001 2,618.731
State Office Building Fund ......... ......... .......... 4,024.351 1,024.711 2,999.64
Everglades Drainage Fire Tax Fund ........ 15,109.481 113,178.00 60,075.381 68,212.10
A. & M. College General Educational Board Fund 23,320.271 55,000.00 62,587.35 15,732.92
Industries Fund-Office Operating Expense ..... 1,516.571 6,357.96 6,081.09 1,793.44
Motor Vehicle License Expense Refund Fund 79,917.22 21,253.49 85,355.291 15,815.42
Public Free School Fund ... ................ ........... 524,332.65 1,661,686.49 1,719,599.601 466,419.54
Permanent Building Fund ................................... 781,938.22 830,841.19 1,425,594.721 187,184.69
Bureau of Immigration Fund ........ ......... 41,066.68 75,013.50 103,130.171 12,950.01
Industrial Survey Fund ......... .......................... 1,747.30 ............. 1,746.73 .57
State Board of Health, Centralization of Marriage I
and Divorce Records ...... ......... ........ 4,215.79 13,609.45 10,913.66 6,911.58
Agricultural Statistics .. ... .... ........ .......... 9,782.70 ... 9,782.70
Dealers License Special Tax Fund ............ 13,326.81 33,235.00 22,390.921 24,170.89
Public Free School Administration Fund ........ 3,562.64 .... 476.72 3,085.92
Federal Rehabilitation Fund .... ............. ....... 4,049.41 6,283.84 5,564.141 4,769.11
Hotel Commission Advertising Fund......... ....... 132.83 3,413.24 2,511.941 1,034.13
Pending School Escheated Fund ........ ....... ... 36.771 .. ... .......... 36.77
State Board of Health, Registration of Doctors and
M idwives ... ................... ................ 150.36[ 2,128.00 677.50 1,600.86
Small Loan License Fund ........... ..... .......... 2,591.191 2,708,391 ........ ..... 5,299.58







State Board of Health, Drug Store Inspection Fund .. .5,400.00 4,163.40 1,236.60
Investment Board Fund .... ...... 4,910.00 ..4,910.00
Special Prison Commissary Building Fund ....... 28,000.00 19,655.95 8,344.05
Capper-Ketchum Fund ........................ ......... ..20,000.00 14,906.04 5,093.96
Radio Station Incidental Fund ........................ 1,798.77 1,502.92 295.85
Town of River Junction Tank Fund .................... 6,621.71 826.64 5,795.07
A. & M. College Julius Rosenwald Fund .._____.. 11,000.00 .............. 11,000.00
i$ 4,782,679.801$33,069,883.811$32,553,529.181$ 5,299,034.43
Total Funds in Hands of State Treasurer June 30, 1929 $ 5,299,034.43










46

GENERAL REVENUE FUND
Abstract of Receipts for the Fiscal Year 1928-1929
Taxes for 1926 and prior thereto ........................................ $ 840.59
Taxes for 1927 and prior thereto ........................................ 405,006.67
Taxes for 1928 ............................................................................ 1664,483.19
License Tax, General ............................... ................................. 457,822.39
License Tax, Sinclair Refining Company .......................... 500.00
License Tax, Mexican Petroleum Company ...................... 500.00
License Tax, Union Tank Car Company .......................... 5'0.00
License Tax, Fruit Growers Express Company ................. 500.00
License Tax, Southeastern Express Company ................... 85.27
License Tax, Pullman Car Company .................................... 5,500.00
License Tax, Insurance Companies ...................................... 75,675.00
License Tax, Insurance Agents ............................................ 107,316.00
Licenses under Chapter 6492, Revised General Statutes.. 20.00
Charter Tax on Corporations .............................................. 305,795.55
Tax on Com m missions .... I ................ ................... .................... 4,256.00
Bank Examination Taxes ...................................................... 20,150.00
One Mill Tax on Capital Stock of Jacksonville Main
Street Railw ay ..................................................................... 30.00
Insurance Companies Premium Tax (2% on gross re-
ceipts) ..................................................................................... 861,938.39
Pullman Company percentage on gross receipts ................ 9,256.76
Tax Certificates, Principal (from Comptroller) ................ 168,590.74
Tax Certificates, Expense (from Comptroller) .................. 126,062.77
Tax Certificates, Interest (from Comptroller) ................ 553,697.28
Tax Certificates, Sale of ........................................................ 107.81
Sale of Court Reports ............................................................ 15.00
Sale of Laws by Secretary of State .................................... 2,865.84
Sale of State Flags .................................................................. 3.75
Sale of Space in Campaign Book to Candidates ............. 2,967.50
Fees from Candidates ............................................................ 15,603.00
Fees from Secretary of State .............................................. 41,714.30
Fees from Commissioner of Agriculture ............................ 1,243.65
Fees from Comptroller .......................................................... 43.00
Fees from State Treasurer .................................................. 4,540.00
Fees from Governor ................................................................ 465.00
Receipts on account of forfeiture of bonds ........................ 1,142.48
Receipts on account of transfers from General Inspection
Fund ........................................................................................ 350,000.00
Receipts on account of transfers from Permanent Build-
ing Fund ................................................................................. 560,000.00
Receipts on account of transfers from M. V. L. Refund
F und ..................................................... ................................ 75,000.00
Receipts on account of transfers from M. V. L. Mainte-
nance Fund ............................................................................ 150,000.00
Receipts on account of transfers from Shell Fish Fund.... 2,846.62
Receipts under Chapter 12243, Acts of 1927-N. S.
W ainw right ............................ ......................................... 41.30
Receipts from Board of Public Welfare ............................ 9.30
Receipts, on account of loan from State School Fund ...... 100,000.00
Receipts on account of loan for Florida National Guard
F und ....................................................................................... 8,000.00
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Laboratory Equipment Appropriation Fund .................. 147.30
Receipts from Comptroller on account of Receiver's ex-
penses ...................................................................................... 1,499.94
Refunds on account of overpayment of delinquent taxes 953.00
Refunds on account of Florida State Hospital ................... 59.43
Refunds on account of incidental expenses Attorney Gen-
eral's office ............................................................................ 48.85
Refunds on account of excess insurance premiums .......... 587.93
Refunds on account of witness fees and expenses ............ 10.50
Refund on account of Girls Industrial School ................... 47.80
Refund of unused portions of scholarships ...................... 375.25
Refund on account of Teachers Examination Fund .......... 23.00
Refun&on account of Florida National Guard Fund ........ 137.61
Refund for overpayment for printing quarterly bulletins 28.61
Refund on account of Jurors and Witnesses Fund ............ 18.60
Refund on account of Teachers Training Department of
H igh Schools ........................................... ........................... 125.00
Refund -on account of Contingent Fund State Superin-
tendent Public Instruction ............................................... 34.79

Total receipts during the year .................................... $6,089,142.76
Balance as of July 1, 1928 ............................................ 239,893.93
$6,329,036.69
Disbursements During the Fiscal Year 1928-1929
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
Contingent Expenses of the State ...................................... $ 14,159.98
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, improvement and care.. 2,708.21
Governor's Mansion and Grounds, furnishing and repairs 1,649.38
Salaries Executive Department .......................................... 45,483.31
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department .................... 212,363.73
Emergency Appropriation for Extra Help ...................... 15,637.72
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments ........ 3,248.74
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions Incidental
F und ........................................... ........................................ 2,049.36
EDUCATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS
A. & M. College Educational Fund ...................................... 123,200.19
A. & M. College Building Educational Fund .................... 17,563.26
Board of Control Educational Fund ......................:............... 6,022.87
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Educational Fund ...... 116,514.92
Florida School for Deaf and Blind Building Educational
F und ........................................................................................ 5.492.22
Florida State College for Women Educational Fund ........ 406,011.60
Florida State College for Women Building Educational
Fund ........................................................................................ 619.80
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund, State Appropriation 45,735.80
Plant Act Fund, General ........................................................ 25.00
Plant Act Fund, Special ........................................................ 270,277.48
University of Florida Educational Fund .......................... 870,686.04
Citrus Fruit Station at Lake Alfred .................................. 12,165.01
Smith-Hughes Administration Department, State Ap-
propriation ............................................................................. 1,844.40
Smith-Hughes Fund, State Appropriation ........................ 60,611.30










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Scholarships at State Institutions of Higher Learning.... 44,250.00
Tobacco Experiment Station (Gadsden County) .............. 12,409.30
MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS
Labor on Grounds of Capitol, Mansion and Supreme
Court ....................................................................................... 2,758.15
State Board of Education Incidental Expenses Inspect-
ing and Protecting School Lands .................................... 46.72
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Home ............................ 13,411.77
State Board of Public Welfare ............................................ 13,101.91
Expenses Collection of Revenue ........................................ 354,690.39
Salary and Expenses Geological Survey .......................... 22,616.54
Expenses of the Legislature of 1927 .................................. 1,055.78
Expenses of 1929 Legislature, Regular Session.................. 2,050.75
Senate Chamber, Repairs and Furnishings ...................... 986.30
Farmers Demonstration Work .............................................. 4,806.21
Florida Industrial School for Boys .................................... 113,708.82
Florida Industrial School for Girls .................................. 32,624.44
Florida National Egg Laying Contest .............................. 5,429.55
General Printing and Advertising ...................................... 45,588.28
Radio Station, University of Florida ................................ 24,758.60
Fire Insurance Excess Premium Fund .............................. 8,164.43
Investment Companies .......................................................... 4,544.00
State Live Stock Sanitary Board ........................................ 101,887.90
Florida State Hospital, Maintenance ................................ 868,146.10
Florida State Hospital, Improvements .............................. 21,059.13
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists ............................................ 75,888.87
Tax Redemption Refund Fund ............................................ 3.59
Revolving Fund, or Refunds-all Departments ................ 663.33
Refunds on Tax Certificates ................................................ 4,163.71
Salaries and Expenses Railroad Commission ................ 53,398.37
Salaries and Expenses Shell Fish Commissioner .............. 50,022.63
Salaries and Expenses Rural School Inspectors ................ 900.00
Traveling and Contingent Expenses Railroad Inspector.. 1,087.97
Salaries and Expenses High and Elementary School
Inspectors .............................................................................. 9,596.82
Salary and Expenses State Equalizer of Taxes ................ 11,948.96
State Labor Inspector ............................................................ 4,042.32
State Marketing Bureau ........................................................ 30,670.14
Florida Farm Colony for Epileptic and Feeble-minded.... 118,061.74
Salary and Expenses State Supervisor of Health and
Physical Education ............................................................ 4,791.77
Teacher Training Department of High Schools ................ 22,043.05
State Board of Forestry ........................................................ 19,874.58
Upkeep of Confederate Memorial at Natural Bridge ........ 750.00
Extra Help Insurance Branch, State Treasurer's Office.... 39.00
Florida Room in Confederate Museum at Richmond........ 250.00
Painting Governor's Mansion .............................................. 985.00
Taxes Special School District No. 9, Jackson County ...... 279.84
Care of Monument Olustee Battlefield ............................... 1 000.00
Royal Palm State Park ........................................................ 5,000.00
Compilation of General Laws .............................................. 32,240.59
Upkeep of Monuments at Marianna and Port St. Joe ...... 1,915.85
State Prison Farm-County Taxes .................................... 4,000.00
Florida State Canal Commission, Expenses of .................. 3,215.83
Building and Loan Examiners, Salaries and Expenses.... 12,285.93










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Presidential Electors, Expenses of ............................:......... 411.60
Budget Commission, Expenses of ........................................ 1,562.00
Judah P. Benjamin Memorial, Upkeep of ........................ 350.55
State Library Board .............................................................. 7,259.39
County Finance Department .............................................. 4,200.00
Dade County Memorial Commission .................................. 500.00
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund ...................................... 14.70
Educational Survey, Expenses of ...................................... 3,877.54
Interest on Money advanced to creditors under Senate
Bill 337, approved May 17, 1929 ...................................... 240.00
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
Express and Telegrams ........................................................ 1,788.17
Field N ote D division ................................................................. 685.91
P stage ........................................................................................ 2,500.00
Printing Bulletins .................................................................... 10,104.59
Printing Feed and Fertilizer Stamps ................................ 3,225.19
Stationery and Other Contingent Expenses ...................... 2,500.49
Traveling and Contingent Expenses Commissioner of
A agriculture ............................................................................ 1,166.40
STATE CHEMICAL DIVISION
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist .................... 1,342.73
Salary Clerk and Stenographer ............................................ 1,800.00
Repairs to Building and Apparatus .................................... 288.38
Samples and Incidentals Pure Food Division .................... 1,367.96
Postage, Express and Telegrams ........................................ 203.23
Traveling Expenses State Chemist and Assistants .......... 512.13
Salaries State Chemist and Assistants .............................. 14,569.89
CAPITOL AND OFFICES
Contingent Expenses, State Treasurer's Office ............... 1,785.04
Contingent Expenses, Insurance Department, State
Treasurer's Office ................................................................ 1,388.59
Engineer at Capitol .............................................................. 1,999.99
Fuel, Lights and Water at Capitol ...................................... 5,999.63
Incidental Expenses Attorney General's Office ............... 1,603.91
Janitors at Capitol .................................................................. 5,037.50
Superintendent of Grounds at Capitol, Mansion and
Suprem e Court .................................................................... 1,350.00
Postage State Treasurer's Office ........................................ 1,087.72
Postage, Express and Telegrams, Secretary of State...... 1,845.84
Postage, Stationery, Etc., Superintendent of Public In-
struction .................................................................................. 7,007.57
State Rehabilitation Fund .................................................. 9,225.72
Purchase of Books, Attorney General's Office ................. 498.00
Purchase of Office Furniture, Etc., Attorney General's
Office ....................................................................................... 385.59
Indexing and Annotating Laws, Attorney General's Office 310.00
Traveling Expenses Superintendent of Public Instruction 750.00
Repairs and Plumbing, Secretary of State ...................... 4,058.52
Nibht Watchman at Capitol ................................................ 1,500.00
Burglary Insurance, State Treasurer ................................ 1,273.93
Contingent Expenses, Comptroller's Office ...................... 1,878.02
Equipment of Comptroller's Office .................................... 1,106.56











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State Auditing Dbpartment ................................................ 68,571.77
Salaries and Expenses State Bank Examiners .................. 54,331.56
Burglary Insurance, Comptroller's Office ........................ 750.00
Incidental Expenses Secretary of State ............................ 1,247.84
MILITARY DEPARTMENT
National Guard of Florida .................................................. 125,624.13
State Service Officer, Salary and Expenses .................... 4,945.60
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Contingent Expenses of the Supreme Court .................... 5,994.99
Salary Clerk Supreme Court, per diem ............................ 939.00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court ...................................... 2,700.00
Salaries and Expenses Court Reporters ............................ 50,915.17
Expenses of Circuit Judges .................................................. 6,009.57
Traveling Expenses of States Attorneys .......................... 3,353.21
Lights, Water, Gas, Etc., Supreme Court Building ........ 597.21
Messengers for Supreme Court .......................................... 2,160.09
Jurors and W witnesses ............................................................ 297,361.37
Salaries Law Clerks Supreme Court ................................ 10,800.00
Purchase of Books Supreme Court Library ...................... 1,136.90
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice ................. 500.00
Salaries Judicial Department .............................................. 425,104.98
Salaries Justices of Supreme Court .................................. 57,600.00
Fuel and Heating Supreme Court Building ...................... 1,580.00
Salaries of Special Assistants to the Attorney General.... 12,502.51
Watchman at Supreme Court Building .............................. 900.00
Repairs to Supreme Court Building .................................. 1,282.31
Salary Marshall Supreme Court ........................................ 3,000.00

Total Disbursements for the Year ............................ $5,668,756.38


ONE MILL SCHOOL TAX FUND
(Fiscal Year 1928-1929)
Receipts on account of State taxes .................................... $ 546,833.51
From Comptroller-tax certificate redemptions ................ 47,504.70

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 594,338.21
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 222,511.49

$ 816,849.70
Disbursements during year as per statement below.......... 567,816.70

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 249,033.00


NOTE-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed quar-
terly to the several counties, upon the basis of average school at-
tendance.










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Disbursements for the Year Beginning July 1, 1928, and Ending
June 30, 1929

COUNTY First Second Third Fourth
Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter
Alachua ............................ $ 5,978.971$ 2,300.78)$ 3,383.501$ 2,030.10
Baker ................................ 975.57 395.42 581.50 348.90
Bay .................................. 2,110.17 945.54 1,390.50 834.30
Bradford ........................ 1,333.62 497.08 731.00 438.60
Brevard ......................... 2,860.68 1,048.901 1,542.50 925.50
Broward ....................... 4,221.27 1,485.121 2,184.00 1,310.40
Calhoun ........................... 1,432.20 551.48| 811.00 486.60
Charlotte ....................... 656.58 246.15) 362.00 217.20
Citrus ............................. 1,085.31 422.961 622.00 373.20
Clay ................................. 1,015.56 394.06| 579.501 347.70
Collier ............................. 270.63 98.94| 160.50 96.30
Columbia ........................ 3,042.03 1,076.10( 1,582.50 949.50
Dade ............................... 21,378.84 7,590.501 11,162.50 6,697.50
DeSoto .......................... 1,731.661 598.40 880.00 528.00
Dixie ............................. 518.01) 189.38 319.50 191.70
Duval ............................ 22,599.00 8.262.00 12,438.00 7,462 80
Escambia ...................... 7,652.04| 3,012.061 4,429.501 2,657.70
Flagler .......................... 397.11 151.98) 223.501 134.10
Franklin ....................... 748.65 273.701 397.001 238.20
Gadsden ........................ 4,702.08 1,809.821 2,661.50 1.596.90
Gilchrist ......................... 591.481 245.141 360.50 216.30
Glades .............................. 214.831 133.961 197.00 118.20
Gulf ................................ 564.511 227.121 334.00 200.40
Hamilton ....................... 1,664.701 608.941 895.50 537.30
Hardee .......................... 2,499.841 832.321 1,224.001 734.40
Hendry ........................... 411.061 205.701 302.501 181.50
Hernando ..................... 1,089.03S 380.461 559.501 335.70
Highlands ...................... 1,780.951 698.701 1,027.501 616.50
Hillsborough .................. 25,654.05f 9,526.46f 14,009.50f 8,405.70
Holmes ......................... 2.247.811 915.96 1,347.00 808.20
Indian River ............... 1,305.721 519.521 764.00 458.40
Jackson .......................... 5,741.821 2,652.00 3,900.00 2,340.00
Jefferson ....................... 3,139.681 1,186.94 1,745.50 1,047.30
Lafayette ..................... 633.331 278.12 409.001 245.40
Lake .............................. 4,417.501 1,555.84 2,288.00 1,372.80
Lee .................................. 2,748.151 990.081 1,456.00 873.60
Leon ................................ 4,187.791 1,617.381 2,378.50 1,427.10
Levy ............................... 2,083.20) 761.60 1,120.00 701.10
Liberty .......................... 596.131 217.94 318.00 190.80
Madison ......................... 2,546.341 1,085.621 1,596.501 957.90










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Disbursements for the Year Beginning July 1, 1928, and Ending
June 30, 1929-(Cont'd)

COUNTY First Second Third Fourth
Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter
Manatee ........................ 4,915.051 1,619.761 2,382.00| 1,429.2)
Marion ......................:...... 5,187.541 2,087.261 3,069.50 1,841.70
Martin .............................. 897.451 330.48 486.00 291.60
Monroe ........................... 2,006.01 810.56 1,192.50 715.50
Nassau ............................ 1,559.61 608.94 895.50 537.30
Okaloosa ....................... 1,823.731 666.74 1,052.00 631.20
Okeechobee ................... 708.66 296.82 436.50 261.90
Orange .......................... 8,852.671 3,176.62 4,671.50 2,802.90
Osceola ........................... 1,960.441 682.38 1,003.501 602.10
Palm Beach ................. 7,962.66 2,723.06 4,049.50 2,429.70
Pasco .............................. 2,217.12| 749.36 1,102.00 661.20
Pinellas ........................... 13,058.13| 4,136.78 6,083.50 3,650.10
Polk .................................. 15,317.10| 5,291.76 7,782.00 4,669.20
Putnam .......................... 3,110.851 1,217.88 1,791.00 1,074.60
St. Johns ...................... 2,677.47 1,026.12 1,509.00 905.40
St. Lucie ........................ 1,639.59 520.88 766.00 459.60
Santa Rosa ..................... 2,744.43 1,075.42 1,581.50 948.90
Sarasota ......................... 2,605.86 872.78 1,283.50 770.10
Seminole ...................... 3,606.54 1,239.30 1,822.50 1,093.50
Sumter .......................... 2,506.35 798.32 1,174.00 704.40
Suwannee ....................... 3,468.90 1,429.70 2,102.50 1,261.50
Taylor ............................ 1,691.67 626.96 922.00 553.20
Union ............................... 1,157.851 *1,066.46 689.50 413.70
Volusia ............................ 7,660.41 2,650.98 3,898.50 2,339.10
Wakulla ........................... 1,166.22 464.10 682.50 409.59
W alton ............................. 2,036.70 887.74 1,305.50 .................
Washington ................... 2,238.51 858.84 1,264.00! 758.40
Totals ....................$253,605.421$ 93,906.18 $137,672.501$ 82,632.60
*The amount distributed for this quarter was $468.86. The remaining
$597.60 represents a distribution for the preceding year.

PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL FUND
Receipts from Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Fund, account 25% sales of public lands .................... $ 48,709.15
From sale of school lands ..................................................... 3,794.45
From sale and lease of lake bottom lands ........................ 2,079.13
From sale of sand and gravel .............................................. 7,262.49
From sale of oil and mineral rights .................................. 194.00
From timber and turpentine leases .................................... 300.00
From tire and tube dealers license tax .............................. 22,269.25
From sale of Hampton lands ........ ...................... ... 11.35











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From escheated estate of V. E. Hagerstrand .................... 194.99
From escheated estate of W. L. Odom .............................. 380.05
Receipts under Chapter 2510, Revised General Statutes.. 798.58
From redemption of Gadsden County bonds at par .......... 3,000.00
From redemption of Escambia County bonds at par ........ 300.00
From redemption of Holmes County time warrants at par 3,000.00
From redemption of Baker County bonds at par ............. 1,000.00
From redemption of Gulf County bonds at par and in-
terest ....................................................................................... 1,011.17
From redemption of Town of Chipley bonds at par and
interest .................................................................................... 1.610.25
From redemption of Pinellas County bonds at par .......... 500.00
From redemption of Jackson County bonds at par and
interest ............................................................ .................... 5,107.78
From redemption of Gadsden County bonds at par and
interest ................................................................................... 1,025.00
From redemption of Town of Perry bonds at par ............ 3,000.01
From redemption of Hardee County bonds at par ............ 1,000.00
From redemption of Jackson County bonds at par ............ 1,000.00
From redemption of Haines City bonds at par .................. 3,000.00
From redemption of Town of Perry bonds at par .............. 1,000.00
From redemption of Levy County bonds at par and in-
terest ........................................................................................ 524.34
From redemption of Lake County bonds at par ............... 7,500.00
From redemption of Haines City bonds at par .................. 10,000.00

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 129,571.98
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 222,877.67

$ 352,449.65
Disbursements during year .............................................. 274,146.24

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 78,303.41
NOTE-The disbursements, as shown in detail below, were for
the purchase of bonds, in which the principal of State School Fund
is invested. The balance at the close of the year represents the unin-
vested cash balance of the fund.

Disbursements for Fiscal Year 1928-1929
Bonds of Florida counties, municipalities and districts were pur-
chased during this period as follows:
1928
Aug. 11-$20,000.00 Holmes County 6's at 96.70 and in-
terest .................. ................................................................... $ 19,573.00
Aug. 11-$45,000.00 City of Bonifay 6's at 98.50 and in-
terest ......................................................... ............................. 45,300.00
Oct. 11-$6,000.00 DeSoto County 5%'s at par and in-
terest. .............. ............................................................................. 6,091.68
Oct. 11-$12,000.00 Green Cove Springs 6's at 102.68 and
interest .................................................................................... 12,521.60
Oct. 11-$10,000.00 City of Leesburg 6's at 100.96 and
interest ................................................................................... 10,362.67
Oct. 11-City of Fort Pierce 6's at 100.70 and interest.... 10,313.33










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Oct. 11-$5,000.00 Town of Bowling Green 6's at par and
interest .................................................................................. 5,108.33
Oct. 11-$10,000.00 Okaloosa County 6's at 104.22 and
interest .................................................................................... 10,688.67
Nov. 5-$20,000.00 DeoSto County 6's at par & interest 20,213.30
Nov. 17-$100,000.00 6% note of Board of Commission-
ers of State Institutions of Florida ................................ 100,000.00
Nov. 26-$13,000.00 City of Fort Pierce 6's at 100.6567
and interest ........................................................................... 13,174.22
1929
Feb. 16-$2,000.00 Citrus County 6's at 90 and interest.. 1,835.00
May 29-$20,000.00 Holmes County 5's at 93.60 and in-
terest .................................................... 18,964.44
Total amount invested in securities ............................ $ 274,146.24


INTEREST OF SCHOOL FUND
Interest on securities owned by the State School Fund.... $ 238,630.50
Interest on funds in banks .................................................... 3,991.03
Interest on deferred payment of coupons .......................... 39.12

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 242,660.65
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 23,813.00
$ 266,473.65
Disbursements during year as per statement below.......... 238,563.51

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 27,910.14
NOTE-All moneys received into this fund are disbursed quar-
terly to the several counties, upon the basis of average school at-
tendance.










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Disbursements for the Year Beginning July 1, 1928, and Ending
June 30, 1929

COUNTY First Second Third Fourth
Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter
Alachua .......................... $ 2,250.15|$ 676.701$ 609.031$ 2,233.11
Baker ............................. 367.151 116.30 104.67 383.79
Bay ................................ 794.141 278.10 250.29 917.73
Bradford ...................... 501.901 146.20 131.58 482.46
Brevard .......................... 1,076.60 308.50 277.65 1,018.05
Broward ......................... 1,588.651 436.80 393.12 1,441.44
Calhoun ......................... 539.00 162.20 145.98 535.26
Charlotte ......................... 247.10 72.40 65.16 238.92
Citrus ........................... 408.45 124.40 111.96 410.52
Clay ............................... 382.20 115.90 104.31 382.47
Collier ........................... 101.85 29.10 28.891 105.93
Columbia .......................... 1,144.85 316.50 284.85 1,044.45
D-Soto ............................ 8,045.801 2232.50 2,007.25 7,367.25
Dade ............................. 651.70 176.00 158.40 580.80
Dixie ..............................I 194.95 55.70 57.51 210.87
Duval ............................. 8,505.00 2,430.00 2,238.84 8,209.08
Escambia ...................... 2,879.80 885.90 797.31 2,923.47
Flagler .......................... 149.451 44.701 40.23 147.51
Franklin ...................... 281.75 80.50 71.46 262.02
Gadsden .......................... 1,769.60 532.30 479.07 1,756.59
Gilchrist ....................... 222.60 72.10 64.89 237.93
Glades ........................... 80.85 39.40 35.46 130.02
Gulf ............................... 212.45 66.80 60.12 220.44
Hamilton ...................... 626.50 179.10 161.19 591.03
Hardee ............................ 940.80 244.80 220.32 807.84
Hendry .......................... 154.70 60.50 54.45 199.65
Hernando ....................... 409.85 111.90 100.71 369.27
Highlands ....................... 670.25 205.50 184.95 678.15
Hillsborough .................. 9,654.75 2,801.90 2,521.71 9,246.27
Holmes ......................... 845.95 269.40 242.46 889.02
Indian River ................ 491.40 152.80 137.52 504.24
Jackson ......................... 2,160.90 780.00 702.00 2,574.00
Jefferson ......................... 1,181.60 349.10 314.19 1,152.03
Lafayette ..................... 238.35 81.80 73.62 269.94
Lake ................................ 1,662.50 457.60 411.84 1,510.08
Lee ................................. 1,034.25 291.20 262.08 960.96
Leon ............................... 1,576.05 475.70 428.13 1,569.81
Levy ............................ 784.00 224.00 201.60 771.21
Liberty ......................... 224,35 64.10 57.24 209.88
Madison ......................... 958.30 319.30 287.37 1,053.69









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Disbursements for the Year Beginning July 1, 1928, and Ending
June 30, 1929-(Cont'd)

COUNTY First Second Third Fourth
______ Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter
Manatee .......................... 1,849.75 476.40 428.76 1,572.12
Marion ............................. 1,952.30 613.90 552.51 2,025.87
Martin ........................... 337.75 97.20 87.48 320.76
Monroe ...................... 754.95 238.40 214.65 787.05
Nassau ........................ 586.951 179.10 161.19 591.03
Okaloosa ..................... 686.35 196.10 189.36 694.32
Okeechobee ..................... 266.70 87.30 78.57 288.09
Orange ........................... 3,331.65 934.30 840.87 3,083.19
Osceola ........................... 737.80 200.70 180.63 662.31
Palm Beach .................... 2,996.70 800.90 728.91 2,672.67
Pasco ................................ 834.40 220.40 198.36 727.32
Pinellas .......................... 4,914.35 1,216.70 1,095.03 4,015.11
Polk ............................. 5,764.50 1,556.40 1,400.76 5,136.12
Putnam .......................... 1,170.75 358.20 322.38 1,182.06
St. Johns ........................ 1,007.65 301.80 271.62 995.94
St. Lucie ........................ 617.05 153.20 137.88 505.56
Santa Rosa ................... 1,032.85 316.30 284.67 1,043.79
Sarasota ....................... 980.70 256.70 231.03 847.11
Seminole .......................... 1,357.30k 364.50 328.05 1,202.85
Sumter .......................... 943.25! 234.80 211.32 774.84
Suwannee ....................... 1,305.50 420.50 378.45 1,387.65
Taylor .............................. 636.651 184.40 165.96 608.52
Union .............................. 435.75 137.90 124.11 455.07
Volusia ......................... 2,882.951 779.70 701.73 2,573.01
Wakulla ........................ 438.901 136.50 122.85 450.45
Walton .......................... 766.501 261.10 234.99 861.63
Washington ................... 842.451 252.60 227.52 834.24
Totals ...................$ 95,442.901$ 27,443.701$ 24,781.051$ 90.895.86










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PRINCIPAL OF AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND
Receipts on account of redemption of City of Vero bonds.. $ 1,500.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 6,837.23
$ 8,337.23
Disbursements during year .................................................. 8,249.25-
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ....................................... $ 87.98
NOTE-The disbursement of $8,249.25, referred to above, covered
the purchase of $8,500.00 Holmes County 6%'s at 96.70 and interest.
The balance at the close of the year represents the uninvested cash
balance of the fund.


AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND V

Receipts on account of interest on securities owned by the
Agricultural College Fund ................................................ $ 8,275.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 650.00
$ 8,925.00/
Disbursements during year ............................................ ........ 6,690.00/
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 2,235.00


PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND
Receipts during year ............................................ .... ........ ............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 12,208.66
$ 12,208.66
Disbursements during year ............................ .................. 6,308.25
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 5,900.41
NOTE-The disbursement of $6,308.25, referred to above, covered
the purchase of $6,500.00 Holmes County 6% bonds at 96.70 and in-
terest. The balance at the close of the year represents the uninvested
cash balance of the fund.


INTEREST OF SEMINARY FUND
Interest on securities owned by the Seminary Fund ........ $ 6,065.00
Interest on funds in banks ................................................... 426.91
Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 6,491.91
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 2,639.26
$ 9,131.17
Disbursements during year ................................................. 8,348.94
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 782.23










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FREE SCHOOL TEXT BOOK TAX FUND
Receipts during year from State taxes .............................. $ 70,759.32
From tax certificate redemptions ..............;......................... 5,938.09

Total receipts on account of State taxes .................... $ 76,697.41
Receipts on account of books lost or destroyed ................. 928.75

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 77,626.16
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 63,184.06

$ 130,810.22
Disburseemnts during year ................................................. 98,017.39

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 42,792.83


PUBLIC FREE SCHOOL FUND
Receipts on account of two-thirds of one-fourth mill tax $ 90,453.09
Receipts on account of two-thirds of tax certificate re-
dem options .............. .................................... ......................... 7,685.18

Total receipts on account of State taxes ................. $ 98,138.27
Receipts on account of two-thirds of one cent gasoline tax 1,494,370.05
Receipts on account of two-thirds of interest on State
funds ........................................................................................ 68,732.65
Receipts on account of two-thirds of interest on tax re-
dem options ............................................................................... 322.22
Receipts on account of two-thirds of interest on railroad
taxes ........................................ .............................................. 123.30

Total receipts during year ............................................ $1,661,686.49
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 524,332.65

$2,186,119.14
Disbursements during year .................................................. 1,719,599.60

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 466,419.54


PERMANENT BUILDING FUND-INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER
LEARNING
Receipts on account of one-third of one-fourth mill tax.. $ 45,224.68
Receipts on account of one-third of tax certificate re-
dem options ................................................................................ 3,842.60

Total receipts on account of State taxes .................. $ 49,067.28
Receipts on account of one-third of one-cent gasoline tax 747,184.90
Receipts on account of one-third of interest on State
funds ........................................................................................ 34,366.25










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Receipts on account of one-third of interest on tax re-
dem options ............................................................................... 161.11
Receipts on account of one-third of interest on railroad
taxes ........................................................................................ 61.65
Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 830,841.19
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 781,938.22
$1,612,779.41
Total disbursements during year ........................................ 1,425,594.72
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 187,184.69


PUBLIC FREE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION FUND
Receipts during year ................................................. .... .. .. ..........
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 3,562.64
$ 3,562.64
Disbursements during year .................................................. 476.72
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 3,085.92


HATCH EXPERIMENT STATION FUND
Receipts from United States Government ...................... $ 15,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 1,280.02
$ 16,280.02
Disbursements during year .................................................. 14,780.62
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 1,499.40


ADAMS EXPERIMENT STATION FUND
Reecipts from United States Government ........................ $ 15,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 1,630.67
$ 16,630.67
Disbursements during year .................................................... 15,127.50

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ........................................ $ 1,503.17


PURNELL EXPERIMENT STATION FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 50,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 7,736.13
$ 57,736.13
Disbursements during year ................................................. 45,174.56
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 12,561.57










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LEVER AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 58,872.25
Interest on funds in banks ................................................... 540.41

Total receipts during year ......................................... $ 59,412.66
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 5,946.26

$ 65,358.92
Disbursements during year ................................................... 56,862.42

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ........................................ $ 8,496.50


LEVER SUPPLEMENTAL EXTENSION FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 18,774.46
Interest on funds in banks ................................................. 168.71

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 18,943.17
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 2,461.54

$ 21,404.71
Disbursements during year ............................................. 19,323.52

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 2,081.19


SMITH-HUGHES AGRICULTURAL FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 35,740.39
Interest on funds in banks ................................................... 216.18

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 35 956.57
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 15,392.71

$ 51,349.28
Disbursements during year .............................................. 38,442.13

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 12,907.15


SMITH-HUGHES TRADES AND INDUSTRIES FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 19,158.46
Receipts from Comptroller .................................................... 375.00
Interest on funds in banks .................................................... 184.91

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 19,718.37
Balance in fund July 1, 1929 ................................................ 9,416.52

$ 29,134.89
Disbursements during year .................................................... 19,855.68

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 9,279.21










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SMITH-HUGHES TEACHER TRAINING FUND
Receipts from United State Government ........................... $ 9,631.63
Receipts from Comptroller ...................................... 101.00
Interest on funds in banks .................................................... 45.59

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 9,778.22
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 2,140.94
$ 11,919.16
Disbursements during year ............................................. 10,348.13

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 1,571.03


FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year from College .................................. $ 79,586.10
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 31,771.61
$ 111,357.71
Disbursements during year ............................ .................. 67,350.30

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 44,007.41


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year from University .............................. $ 107,684.96
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 13,984.63

$ 121,669.59
Disbursements during year ............................. ..................... 108,755.36

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 12,914.23


EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year from Station .................................... $ 17,640.35
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 6,698.19
$ 24,338.54
Disbursements during year .................................................. 20,461.08

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 3,877.46


GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year from University ................................ $ 22,184.71
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 998.33
$ 23,183.04
Disbursements during year .................................................. 20,804.09

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 2,378.95










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DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year from School ...................................... $ 3,134.32
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 3,683.03

$ 6,817.35
Disbursements during year .................................................. 2,685.22
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 4,132.13


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR NEGROES
INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year from College .................................... $ 9,879.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 3,966.28

$ 13,845.28
Disbursements during year .................................................. 8,519.45

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 5,325.83


WHITE COLLEGE MORRILL FUND
Receipts from United States Government ...................... $ 25,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ............................................................

$ 25,000.00
Disbursements during year ................................................ 25,000.00
Balance in fund June 30, 1928 ........................................ $..................


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR NEGROES
MORRILL FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 25,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 2,323.20

$ 27,323.20
Disbursements during year ................................................. 27,320.11
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 3.09


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR NEGROES
HOSPITAL FUND
Receipts during year frojn patients .................................. $ 2,588.67
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................... 15.27

$ 2,603.94
Disbursements during year ................................................. 2,419.08
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ............................................ $ 184.86










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AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR NEGROES
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL BOARD FUND
Receipts from General Educational Board ...................... $ 55,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ....................................... 23,320.27
$ 78,320.27
Disbursements during year ................................ .................. 62,587.35
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 15,732.92


AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE FOR NEGROES
JULIUS ROSENWALD FUND
Receipts during year .............................................................. $ 11,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. .......................
$ 11,000.00
Disbursem ents during year ........................ .................... .....................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 11,000.00


CAPPER-KETCHUM FUND
Receipts during year from United State Government ...... $ 20,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................. .......................
$ 20,000.00
Disbursements during year ................................................. 14,906.04
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 5,093.96


WESTCOTT ESTATE FUND
Receipts on account of interest on bonds and rental of
property owned by the fund ............................................ $ 4,600.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 3,827.98

$ 8,427.98
Disbursements during year .................................................. 23.00
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 8,404.98


SPECIAL AMERICAN LEGION FUND
Interest on bonds owned by the fund ................................ $ 2,200.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 418.73

$ 2,618.73
Disbursements during year ................................. ................. 2,618.73
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $................










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STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE SURPLUS FUND
Receipts under Section 2233, Revised General Statutes
of F lorida (1920) ..... ........................................................... $.....................
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 3,512.47

$ 3,512.47
Disbursements during year ................................................. 1,145.56
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 2,366.91


DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE-UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA
Receipts from State Arichitect on account of furnishing
building plans, elevations, etc. ........................................ $ 57,301.36
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 1,735.40

$ 59,036.76
Disbursements during year .................................................... 56,962.63

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 2,074.13


EVERGLADES EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year ............................................................ $ 1,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 6,990.98

$ 7,990.98
Disbursements during year ............................................... 1,487.50
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 6,503.48


DRAINAGE BOND FUND
Sale of canal rock .................................................................. $ 4,057.30
Sale of maps, blueprints, etc. .......................................... 25.50
C anal tolls .................................................................................. 9.40
Interest on funds in banks .................................................. 301.06
Fee for investigating and reporting on bond issue ............ 50.00
Refund on account of overpayment on oil shipments ........ 4,335.35
Miscellaneous receipts and refunds .................................... 213.99

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 8,992.60
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 2 842.16
$ 11,834.76
Disbursements during year .............................................. 8,996.95
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 2,837.81










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DRAINAGE TAX FUND (ACREAGE)
Receipts on account of drainage taxes .............................. $ 862,112.00
Receipts on account of drainage taxes on lands owned by
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund ................ 256,283.25
Receipts on account of redemption of tax certificates ...... 229,699.42
C anal tolls .................................................................................. 116.27
Sale of maps, blueprints, etc. .............................................. 41.00
Sale of canal rock .................................................................... 8,322.53
Sale of supplies ....................................................................... 53.38
Rent of house boat ................................................................. 55.00
Rent of truck and barge ...................................................... 290.50
Reimbursements on account of labor and canal work...... 1,908.58
Refund on account of overpayment on oil shipments........ 6,139.48
Refund on account of overpayment of freight charges...... 12.19
Miscellaneous receipts and refunds .................................... 702.03

Total receipts during year ........................................ $1,365,735.63
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. 419,114.97

$1,785,850.60
Disbursements during year ................................................. 1,560,701.03

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 224,149.57



DRAINAGE TAX FUND (ONE MILL)
Receipts during year on account of drainage taxes............ $ 20,277.55
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. 19,224.50

$ 39,502.05
Disbursements during year .......................................... .... ...................

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 39,502.05



EVERGLADES DRAINAGE BOND SINKING FUND
Transfer of 2% of drainage taxes collected .................. $ 27,225.81
Interest on funds in banks .................................................. 2,234.23
Interest on bonds owned by fund ........................................ 600.00

Total receipts during year .......................................... $ 30,060.04
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 134,373.17

$ 164,433.21
Disbursements during year ................................................. 129,138.00

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ..................... $ 35,295.21










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EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT FIRE TAX FUND
Receipts on account of drainage taxes .............................. $ 104,506.54
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions.... 8,671.46

Total receipts during year ...................................... $ 113,178.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................. 15,109.48

$ 128,287.48
Disbursements during year ................................................. 60,075.38

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 68,212.10



PENSION TAX FUND

Receipts on account of State taxes .................................... $1,060,111.94
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions.... 88,861.38

Total receipts during year .......................................... $1,148,973.32
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 587,420.15

$1,736,393.47
Disbursements during year ................................................. 1,285,108.47

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ........................................ $ 451,285.00



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH TAX FUND

Receipts on account of State taxes .................................... $ 256,890.77
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions.... 20,678.35

Total receipts on account of State taxes .................. $ 277,569.12
Receipts on account of anti-rabic treatments .................... 3,430.05
Receipts on account of tetanus treatments ...................... 163.90
Miscellaneous receipts and refunds .................................. 529.36
Receipts on account of transfer from General Inspection
F und ..................................................................................... 25,000.00

Total receipts during year .......................................... $ 306,692.43
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 22,064.42

$ 328,756.85
Disbursements during year ................................................. 284,579.98

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 44,176.87










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STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, SHEPPARD-TOWNER ACT
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 16,531.72
Receipts from State Board of Health ................................ 11,531.72
Interest on funds in banks .................................................... 237.01
Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 28,300.45
Balonce in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 5,816.72

$ 34,117.17
Disbursements during year ............................................... 31,353.61

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 2,763.56



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, VENEREAL CONTROL ACT
Receipts during year ................................................................ .....................
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 25.00

$ 25.00
Disbursements during year .......................................... .... ...................
Balance in Fund June 30, 1929 ........................................ $ 25.00



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH-CENTRALIZATION OF MARRIAGE
AND DIVORCE RECORDS
Receipts under Chapter 11869, Acts of 1927 .................... $ 13,609.45
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 4,215.79
$ 17,825.24
Disbursements during year ................................................. 10,913.66

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 6,911.58



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH-REGISTRATION OF DOCTORS
AND MIDWIVES

Receipts under Chapter 12005, Acts of 1927 .................... $ 2,128.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 150.36

$ 2,278.36
Disbursements during year .................................................. 677.50

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 1,600.86










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STATE BOARD OF HEALTH-DRUG STORE INSPECTION
Receipts under Chapter 11859, Acts of 1927 .................... $ 5,400.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. .......................

$ 5,400.00
Disbursements during year ......................... .................. 4,163.40

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 1,236.60


STATE BOARD OF NURSES FUND
Receipts under Chapter 7892, Laws of Florida .............. $ 6,914.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 6,549.74

$ 13,463.74
Disbursements during year ........................... ................. 6,381.21

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 7,082.53


FLORIDA BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS FUND
Receipts under Chapter 7892, Laws of Florida ................ $ 425.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 60.48

$ 485.48
Disbursements during year .......................... ........ ......... 391.51

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 93.97


FEDERAL REHABILITATION FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 6,283.84
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 4,049.41

$ 10,333.25
Disbursements during year ................................................. 5,564.14

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 4,769.11


STATE PRISON FUND
Receipts on account of State taxes .............................. $ 325,024.64
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions.... 26,616.42

Total receipts on account of State taxes .................. $ 351,641.06
Receipts from State Prison Farm ...................................... 89,702.67
Receipts from Salant & Salant on account of contract...... 46,842.03
Receipts from underwear factory ........................................ 14,164.23
Receipts from State Road Department on account of es-
caped prisoners .................................................. 1,381.50










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Transfer from State Prison Farm Industries Fund.......... 20,000.00
Transfer from General Inspection Fund .......................... 75,000.00
Refund on account of overpayment of invoice .................. 10.00

Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 598,741.49
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 64,749.39

$ 663,490.88
Disbursements during year .................................................. 568,892.48

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 94,598.40


STATE PRISON FARM INDUSTRIES FUND
Receipts from shoes, auto tags, etc., made at plant.......... $ 39,806.41
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 43,359.97
$ 83,166.38
Disbursements during year ................................................. 69,736.43

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 13,429.95


INDUSTRIAL PLANT FUND
Receipts during year ................................................. .... .. .............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 24,656.57
$ 24,656.57
Disbursements during year ..................................... .... ...................

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 24,656.57


BOYS SCHOOL INDUSTRIES FUND
Receipts on account of printing done at plant ................ $ 34,372.14
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 3,513.78
$ 37,885.92
Disbursements during year ............................. ................ 18,001.52

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 19,884.40


GIRLS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND
Receipts during year ............................................................ $ 492.66
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 1,999.30

$ 2,491.96
Disbursements during year .......................................... .... ...................

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 2,491.96










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INDUSTRIES FUND-OFFICE OPERATING EXPENSE
Receipts from the various industrial plants .................. $ 6,357.96
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 1,516.57
$ 7,874.53
Disbursements during year .................................................... 6,081.09
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 1,793.44


SPECIAL PRISON COMMISSARY BUILDING FUND
Transfers from General Inspection Fund ...................... $ 28,000.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ..............................................................
$ 28,000.00
Disbursements during year .................................................. 19,655.95
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 8,344.05


FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL SPECIAL MAINTENANCE FUND
Receipts on account of pay patients .................................. $ 87,400.00
Miscellaneous refunds .............................................................. 211.52
Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 87,611.52
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 39,892.88
$ 127,504.40
Disbursements during year .................................................. 83,096.48
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 44,407.92


ASYLUM PATIENTS TRUST FUND
Receipts during year .............................................................. $ ............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 2,453.21

$ 2,453.21
Disbursements during year .........................................................................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 2,453.21


FLORIDA FARM COLONY FOR EPILEPTIC AND FEEBLE-
MINDED INCIDENTAL FUND
Receipts during year on account of pay patients ............. $ 3,500.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 352.28
$ 3,852.28
Disbursements during year .................................................. 1,044.65
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... 2,807.63










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STATE ROAD, COUNTY BOND AND DONATION FUND
Receipts on account of State taxes ............................... $ 202.86
Receipts from State Road Department ........................ 2,237,231.17

Total receipts during year ........................................... $2,237,434.03
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................... 13,636.12

$2,251,070.15
Disbursements during year .................................. ...... 2,134,092.34

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 116,977.81


FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND
Receipts from United States Government ........................ $ 951,320.88
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 7,926.53

$ 959,247.41
Disbursements during year .................................................... 716,661.44

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 242,585.97


STATE FEDERAL AID ROAD FUND
Receipts during year ................................................... $3,238,312.29
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 47,328.90

$3,285,641.19
Disbursements during year ................................................. 3,228,276.11

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 57,365.08


STATE AID COUNTY ROAD FUND
Receipts during year ............................................................ $1,180,209.99
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 41,558.67

$1,221,768.66
Disbursements during year ................................................. 1,180,996.28

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 40,772.38


STATE HIGHWAY FUND
Receipts during year ....................................................................
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................... 44.06

$ 44.06
Disbursements during year .................................................. 44.06

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ........................................ .................










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STATE ROAD FUND FOR MAINTENANCE OF STATE ROADS
Receipts during year ................................................. ...... .. .. ............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 79.08

$ 79.08
Disbursements during year .................................................. 3.34
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 75.74


AUTO THEFT FUND
Receipts under Chapter 9157, Laws of Florida .............. $ 170,257.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 18,974.00
$ 189,231.00
Disbursements during year ............................................... 119,085.56
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 70,145.44


AUTO REFUND FUND
Receipts during year ............................................... ...... .. .. ............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 168.00

$ 168.00
Disbursements during year .......................................... .... ...................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 168.00


STATE ROAD LICENSE FUND (GASOLINE)
Receipts on account of 3-cent tax on gasoline ................ $6,724,665.29
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 133,921.76
$6,858,587.05
Disbursements during year .................................................. 5,819,946.11
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $1,038,640.94


COUNTY ROAD LICENSE FUND (GASOLINE)
Receipts on account of 1-cent tax on gasoline ................ $2,241,554.80
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. 2,801.03
$2,244,355.83
Disbursements during year .................................................. 2,225,127.24

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 19,228.59










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GASOLINE LICENSE EXPENSE FUND
Receipts during year .............................................................. $.....................
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 14.80
$ 14.80
Disbursements during year ........................................ .... ...................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 14.80


MOTOR VEHICLEE LICENSE MAINTENANCE FUND
Receipts on account of licenses .......................................... $ 231,309.01
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 229,950.03
$ 461,249.04
Disbursements during year ................................................. 293,881.07
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 167,377.97


MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE COUNTY ROAD FUND
Receipts during year ............................................... .... .. ... ..........
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 3,608.84
$ 3,608.84
Disbursements during year ..................................... .... ...................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ........................................ $ 3,608.84


MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE EXPENSE FUND
Receipts during year .............................................................. $ 297,301.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 121,251.36
$ 418,552.36
Disbursements during year ................................................. 235,791.70
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................. $ 182,760.66


MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE EXPENSE REFUND FUND

Receipts from Comptroller .................................................. $ 21,253.49
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 79,917.22
$ 101,170.71
Disbursements during year ................................................. 85,355.29

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 15,815.42










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DEALERS LICENSE SPECIAL TAX FUND (GASOLINE)
Receipts on account of retail dealers licenses .................. $ 33,235.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ..... ....... .... ............................ 13,326.81

$ 46,561.81
Disbursements during year ................................ ...... 22,390.92
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 24,170.89



FLORIDA NATIONAL FOREST FUND
Receipts during year from United States Government.... $ 5,365.58
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................. .......................

$ 5,365.58
Disbursements during year ............................. ................ 5,365.58

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ ............



TICK ERADICATION TAX FUND
Receipts on account of State taxes .................................... $ 255,901.78
From Comptroller, account tax certificate redemptions.... 20,678.35

Total receipts on account of State taxes .................. $ 276,580.13
Receipts from State Live Stock Sanitary Board .............. 12,282.26

Total receipts during year .............................................. $ 288,862.39
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 46,438.35

$ 335,300.74
Disbursements during year ................................................. 275,752.39

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 59,548.35



STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD SERUM FUND
Receipts during year .............................................................. $ 28,164.69
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 3,324.72

$. 31,489.41
Disbursements during year ................................................... 26,446.16

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 5,043.25










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SHELL FISH FUND
Receipts under Chapter 6532, Laws of Florida ................ $ 47,678.81
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 7,278.90
$ 54,957.71
Disbursements during year ................................................. 42,740.24
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 12,217.47


SPECIAL SHELL FISH PLANTING FUND
Receipts under Chapter 9338, Laws of Florida ................ $ 2,193.14
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 2,009.22
$ 4,202.36
Disbursements during year ........................ .... ............... 2,407.75
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 1,794.61


SPECIAL SHELL FISH FUND FOR COUNTIES
Receipts during year .............................................................. $ 18.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 142.22
$ 160.22
Disbursements during year .................................................. 60.31
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 99.91


FISH HATCHERY FUND
Receipts under Chapter 10133, Laws of Florida .......... $ 29,568.92
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 3,328.53
$ 32,897.45
Disbursements during year ................................................. 27,793.12
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 5,104.33


STATE GAME FUND
Receipts from licenses, etc. .................................................. $ 267,500.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 6,262.41

$ 273,762.41
Disbursements during year .................................................. 268,238.62

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 5,523.79










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GENERAL INSPECTION FUND
Receipts on account of gas and oil inspections ................ $ 316,343.67
From sale of feed and fertilizer stamps ............................ 169,340./6
From citrus fruit inspections and sale of stamps ............. 101,691.74
Refund by State Board of Health Tax Fund .................... 25,000.00
Refund by State Game Fund ................................................ 20,000.00
Refund by J. H. Pledger on account of overpayment........ 28.32
Miscellaneous receipts and refunds .................................... 22.50
Total receipts during year ............................................ $ 632,527.19
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 230,402.22

$ 862,929.41
Disbursements during year ................................................. 748,853.35

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 114,076.06


RAILROAD COMMISSION FINES FUND
R eceipts during year .............................................................. $...............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 1,464.70

$ 1,464.70
Disbursements during year .......................................... .... .....................

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 1,464.70


HOTEL COMMISSION FUND
Receipts on account of licenses, etc ........................ ....... $ .114,516.50
Transfer from Hotel Commission Advertising Fund ........ 202.50

Total receipts during year ....................................... $ 114,719.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 18,081.11

$ 132,800.11
Disbursements during year .................................................... 97,259.15

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 35,540.96


HOTEL COMMISSION ADVERTISING FUND
Receipts during year ................................... ....... .... $ 3,413.z
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................... 132.83

$ 3,546.07
Disbursements during year .................................................... 2,511.94

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 1,034.13










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REAL ESTATE COMMISSION FUND
Receipts on account of licenses to real estate brokers, etc. $ 38,679.16
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 16,319.64
$ 54,998.80
Disbursements during year .................................................. 41,324.85
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 13,673.95


TEACHERS EXAMINATION FUND
Receipts from State Superintendent of Public Instruction $ 13,247.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 5,403.76
$ 18,641.76
Disbursements during year ............................................ 14,806.75
Balance in fund June 30, 1923 ...................................... $ 3,841.01


STATE OFFICE BUILDING FUND
Receipts during year ............................................... .... .. ... ..........
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 4,024.35
$ 4,024.35
Disbursem ents during year ..................... ...............................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 4,024.35


INVESTMENT BOARD FUND

Receipts from Comptroller ................................................. $ 4,910.00
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. .......................
$ 4,910.00
Disbursements during year ....................................... .... .....................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 4,910.00


SMALL LOAN LICENSE FUND

Receipts from Comptroller ........................................... $ 2 708.39
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 2,591.19
$ 5,299.58
Disbursem ents during year ......................................... ........................

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 5,299.58










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BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION FUND-DEPARTMENT OF

AGRICULTURE
Receipts on account of sale of maps .............................. $ 13.50
Transfers from General Inspection Fund ........................ 75,000.00
Total receipts during year ........................................... $ 75,013.50
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .................................. 41,066.68

$ 116,080.18
Disbursements during year ................................................. 103,130.17
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 12,950.01



INDUSTRIAL SURVEY FUND-DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
R eceipts during year .............................................................. $...............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ...................................... 1,747.30

$ 1,747.30
Disbursements during year ................................................. 1,746.73

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ .57



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS-DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
Receipts during year ........................................... ........ .. .............
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 9,782.70

$ 9,782.70
Disbursem ents during year ................................................ ...................
Balance in fund June 30, 1929 .................................... $ 9,782.70



PENDING SCHOOL ESCHEAT FUND
Receipts during year ...................... ............. ............... $.....................
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 36.77

$ 36.77
Disbursem ents during year .........................................................................

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 36.77










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RADIO STATION INCIDENTAL FUND

Receipts during year .............................................................. $ 1,798.77
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 .......................................... ..... ...
$ 1,798.77
Disbursements during year .................................................. 1,502.92

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 295.85


TOWN OF RIVER JUNCTION TANK FUND
Receipts from Town of River Junction .............................. $ 6,621.71
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ................................. .......................
$ 6,621.71
Disbursements during year ............................ .............. 826.64

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 5,795.07


STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND
Interest on bonds owned by fund ........................................ $ 11,280.00
Interest on funds in banks .................................................. 399.06
Refund on account of fire loss on Bryan Hall .................... 2,767.18
Total receipts during year .......................................... $ 14,446.24
Balance in fund July 1, 1928 ........................................ 11,127.72

$ 25,573.96
Disbursements during year ........................................... 10,005.14

Balance in fund June 30, 1929 ...................................... $ 15,568.82


Disbursements for Fiscal Year 1928-1929
Paid
1928 In favor of: Warrant Amount
July 6-T. A. Conklin, salary ............................ 135269 $ 208.33
July 19-Board of Control, account of fire loss
at Gilchrist Hall .................................... 127581 202.44
Aug. 2-T. A. Conklin, salary .......................... 9450 208.33
Sept. 5-T. A. Conklin, salary .......................... 19434 208.33
Oct. 2-T. A. Conklin, salary ............................ 29341 208.33
Oct. 11-T. A. Conklin, traveling expenses ........ 33332 22.23
Nov. 3-T. A. Conklin, salary .......................... 40535 208.33
Dec. 4-T. A. Conklin, salary .......................... 51016 208.33
1929
Jan. 5-T. A. Conklin, salary ............................ 64415 208.33
Feb. 1-Florida State College for Women, ac-
count fire loss at Bryan Hall .............. 74019 7,126.66










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Feb. 2-T. A. Conklin, salary ............................ 76023 208.33
Feb. 2-T. A. Conklin, traveling expenses ........ 75633 49.47
Feb. 26-T. A. Conklin, traveling expenses ........ 91530 94.35
Mar. 4-T. A. Conklin, salary .......................... 92555 208.33
Mar. 6-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 94405 10.00
Apr. 2-T. A. Conklin, salary ............................ 103647 208.34
May 3-T. A. Conklin, salary ............................ 115293 208.34
June 5-T. A. Conklin, salary .......................... 133623 208.34

Total disbursements ...................................................... $ 10,005.14










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STATEMENT OF THE SECURITIES IN THE

VARIOUS FUNDS


PRINCIPAL OF STATE SCHOOL FUND
Securities in Fund July 1, 1928
Alachua County 51/% Bonds .............................................. $ 137,000.00
Baker County 6% Bonds ...................................................... 17,000.00
Bay County 5% Bonds .......................................................... 38,000.00
Bay County 6% Bonds .......................................................... 249,000.00
Bradford County 6% Bonds ................................................. 31,000.00
Broward County 6% Bonds .................................................. 47,000.00
Broward County 6% Time Warrants ................................ 15,000.00
Calhoun County 5%% Bonds .............................................. 22,000.00
Citrus County 6% Bonds ...................................................... 80,000.00
Dade County 4%% Bonds ................................................... 30,000.00
DeSoto County 5% Bonds .................................................... 43,000.00
DeSoto County 5%% Bonds ................................................ 24,000.00
DeSoto County 6% Bonds .................................................... 30,000.00
Escambia County 6% Bonds ................................................ 9,700.00
Gadsden County 5% Bonds .................................................. 15,000.00
Gadsden County 6% Bonds .................................................. 79,000.00
Gulf County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 46,000.00
Hamilton County 5% Bonds ................................................ 39,000.00
Hardee County 6% Bonds .................................................... 44,000.00
Hendry County 6% Bonds ................................................ 75,000.00
Hernando County 5% Bonds ................................................ 50,000.00
Hernando County 5%% Bonds ............................................ 125,000.00
Hernando County 6% Bonds .............................................. 112,000.00
Hillsborough County 4% Bonds .......................................... 20,000.00
Holmes County 6% Bonds .................................................... 70,000.00
Holmes County 6%% School Warrants ............................ 19,000.00
Indian River County 6% Bonds .......................................... 97,000.00
Jackson County 4% Bonds .................................................. 9,000.00
Jackson County 5%% Bonds .............................................. 20,000.00
Jackson County 6% Bonds .................................................. 66,000.00
Lake County 5% Bonds ........................................................ 40,000.00
Lake County 6% School Warrants ...................................... 30,000.00
Leon County 5% Bonds ........................................................ 20,000.00
Levy County 5%% Bonds .................................................... 20,000.00
Levy County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 20,500.00
Madison County 5% Bonds .................................................. 28,000.00
Madison County 6% Bonds .................................................. 3,000.00
Marion County 5% Bonds .................................................... 30,500.00
Nassau County 6% Bonds .................................................... 270,000.00
Okaloosa County 6% Bonds .................................................. 63,000.00
Pasco County 5%% Bonds ................................................. 5,000.00
Pasco County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 100,000.00
Pinellas County 5 %% Bonds ................................................ 16,000.00
Pinellas County 6% Bonds .................................................. 14,000.00
Polk County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 45,000.00
Putnam County 5%% Bonds .............................................. 42,000.00
St. Lucie County 6% Bonds ................................................ 240,000.00










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Sumter Counity 5% 'Bonds ..:.:.:. ................................... 12,000.00
Sumter County 6% Bonds .............................. .. ...... 94,000.00
Suwannee County 6% Bonds ..:... ............................. 15,000.00
Volusia County 6% Bonds ................................................... 50,000.00
Wakulla County 6% Bonds .................................................... 31,000.00
Washington County 6% Bonds ............................... ...... 35,000.00
Arcadia, Fla., 5% Bonds ..........:........ ....... ...................... 30,000.00
Arcadia, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................................................ 56,000.00
Avon Park, Fla., 6% Bonds ................................................... 52,000.00
Bartow, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................................................ 5,000.00
Bonifay, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................................................ 6,000.00
Bowling Green, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................................ 13,000.00
Chipley, Fla., 5% Bonds ....................................................... 22,000.00
Chipley, Fla., 6% Bonds .......................................................... 10,500.00
Clermont, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 40,000.00
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
Fort Pierce, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................. 10,000.00
Haines City, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................. 62,000.00
Haines City, Fla., 7% Bonds ................................................. 10,000.00
Havana, Fla., 6% Bonds ....................................................... 40,000;00
Jacksonville Beach, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................... 50,000.00
Jasper, Fla., 5% Bonds .......................................................... 30,003.00
Tasper, Fla., 6% Bonds .......................................................... 7,000.00
Ki)ssimmee, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................. 3,000.00
LaBelle, Fla., 6% Bonds ........................................................ 18,000.00
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
Madison, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 24,000.00
Miami, Fla., 5% Bonds ............................................................ 52,000.00
Monticello, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................... 9,000.00
Mulberry, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 22,000.00
Newberry, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................... 10,000.00
Okeechobee City, Fla., 6% Bonds ................................. 38,000.00
Palmetto, Fla., 5%% Bonds .................................................. 79,000.00
Pensacola, Fla., 4%% Bonds ................................. ..... 15,000.00
Perry, Fla., 5% Bonds .............................................................. 23,000.00
Perry, Fla., 6% Bonds .............................................................. 61,000.00
Plant City, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................... 14,000.00
Port Tampa, Fla., 5% Bonds .................................. .... 5,000.00
Sanford, Fla., 5%% Bonds .................................................... 50,000.00
Sarasota, Fla., 5% Bonds ................................................ 55,000.00
Sebring, Fla., 5%% Bonds ...................................................... 5,000.00
Sebring, Fla., 6% Bonds ....................................................... 7,000.00
South Jacksonville, Fla., 6% Bonds ............................... 10,000.00
Tallahassee, Fla., 5% Bonds ..................................... .. 121,000.00
Tavares, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 9,500.00
Wauchula, Fla., 6% Bonds ................................................... 26,000.00
Williston, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 6,000.00
Par value of securities in fund July 1, 1928 ............ $4,170,200.00










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Securities Purchased During the Year
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions 6% Note.... $ 100,000.00
Citrus County 6% Bonds ..................................................... 2,000.00
DeSoto County 5%% Bonds ................................................ 6,000.00
DeSoto County 6% Notes ...................................................... 20,000.00
Holmes County 5% Bonds .................................................... 20,000.00
Holmes County 6% Bonds .................................................... 20,000.00
Okaloosa County 6% Bonds ................................................ 10,000.00
Bonifay, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 45,000.00
Bowling Green, Fla., 6% Bonds .......................................... 5,000.00
Fort Pierce, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................. 23,000.00
Green Cove Springs, Fla., 6% Bonds ................................ 12,000.00
Leesburg, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................... 10,000.00

Par value of securities purchased ............................ $ 173,000.00
Par value of securities in fund July 1, 1928 ............... 4,170,200.00

$4,343,200.00


Securities Matured and Redeemed During the Year
Baker County 6% Bonds ...................................................... $ 1,000.00
Escambia County 6% Bonds ................................................ 300.00
Gadsden County 6% Bonds .................................................. 4,000.00
Gulf County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 1,000.00
Hardee County 6% Bonds .................................................... 1,000.00
Holmes County 6% % School Warrants ............................ 3,000.00
Jackson County 4% Bonds ................................................. 5,000.00
Jackson County 6% Bonds .................................................. 1,000.00
Lake County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 7,500.00
Levy County 6% Bonds ........................................................ 500.00
Pinellas County 6% Bonds .................................................. 500.00
Chipley, Fla., 6% Bonds ...................................................... 1,500.00
Haines City, Fla., 6% Bonds ............................................... 13,000.00
Perry, Fla., 6% Bonds .......................................................... 4,000.00

Total par value of securities matured, redeemed and
called during year ...................................................... $ 43,300.00
Par value of securities in fund June 30, 1929 ......... 4,399,900.00

$4,443,200.00


PRINCIPAL OF AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND
Securities in Fund July 1, 1928
Alachua County 51%% Bonds ......................................... $ 42,000.00
Pasco County 5 %% Bonds .................................................... 2,000.00
Pinellas County 5 % Bonds ........................................... 9,000.00
Fort Pierce, Fla., 6% Bonds ................................... 60,000.00
Greenville, Fla., 5%% Bonds ....................................... .... 10,000.00
Lakeland, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................................ 8,000.00











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Plant City, Fla., 6% Bonds .................................................. 9,000.00
Vero, Fla., 6% Bonds ............................................................ 7,000.00
Par value of securities in fund July 1, 1928 ............. $ 147,000.00
Holmes County 6% Bonds purchased during year ............ 8,500.00
$ 155,500.00
Vero, Fla., 6% Bonds redeemed during year .................... 1,500.00

Par value of securities in fund June 30, 1929 ......... $ 154,000.00



PRINCIPAL OF SEMINARY FUND
Securities in Fund July 1, 1928
Broward County 6% Bonds ................................................ $ 5,000.00
Gadsden County 6% Bonds .................................................. 10,000.00
Hernando County 5% Bonds ................................................ 25,000.00
Marion County 5% Bonds .................................................... 20,000.00
Putnam County 5%% Bonds .............................................. 13,000.00
Fort Myers, Fla., 6% Bonds ................................................ 9,000.00
Leesburg, Fla., 5% Bonds ................................................. 17,000.00
Live Oak, Fla., 5% Bonds .................................................... 16,500.00
Quincy, Fla., 5% Bonds ........................................................ 3,500.00

Par value of securities in fund July 1, 1928 .......... $ 119,000.00
Holmes County 6% Bonds purchased during year ............ 6,500.00

$ 125,500.00
Securities matured and redeemed during year .................. .......................

Par value of securities in fund June 30, 1929 ......... $ 125,500.00



SPECIAL AMERICAN LEGION FUND
Suwannee County 5%% Bonds .......................................... $ 40,000.00
NOTE-These bonds were purchased from funds received from
the Florida American Legion and constitute the only securities at
present owned by this fund.



STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND
Securities in Fund July 1, 1928
Hernando County' 6% Bonds ................................................ $ 7,000.00
Hillsborough County 5% Bonds .......................................... 90,000.00
Leon County 5% Bonds .......................................................... 30,000.00











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Levy County 5 %% Bonds ...................................................... 30,000.00
Orange County 5% Bonds ...................................................... 60,000.00

Par value of securities in fund July 1, 1928 ............ $ 217,000.00
Securities purchased during year .................................. .......................

$ 217,000.00
Securities matured and redeemed during year .................. .......................

Par value of securities in fund June 30, 1929 ......... $ 217,000.00


RECEIVER ACCOUNTS
Balance on hand July 1, 1928 .............................................. $1,846,499.51
Receipts from July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929 .................... 4,183,812.54

$6,030,312.05
Disbursements from July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929 .......... 3,585,613.97

Balance on hand June 30, 1929 .................................... $2,444,698.08


CONTINGENT EXPENSES STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE
(Fiscal Year 1928-1929)
Paid
1928 In favor of: Warrant Amount
July 2-Hills' Book & Jewelry Store, stickers.. 134491 $ .45
July 6-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., in-
stallment on machine .......................... 135874 70.00
July 7-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies ............ 136357 1.85
July 7-Leon Electric Supply Co., fixtures ...... 136356 .86
July 7-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 136353 3.50
July 10-Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., 500
loose leaves ............................................ 136355 33.06
July 10-Albany Paper Co., drinking cups ........ 136354 10.50
July 13-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 134394 6.78
July 14-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 3029 14.93
July 18-C. B. McKinnon, window awnings........ 5229 100.00
Aug. 6-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 6009 5.12
Aug. 8-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., July account .................................. 11763 9.90
Aug. 8-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 11764 60.35
Aug. 9-American Railway Express Co., June
account .................................................... 10424 1.12
Aug. 10-Western Union Telegraph Co., July
account .................................................... 12248 10.17
Aug. 13-J. M. McMillan, Agent S. A. L. Ry.,
two mileage books ................................ 12265 60.00
Aug. 13-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., July ac-
count ................................ ........................ 12247 2.22










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Aug. 20-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in
sured m ail .............................................. 13290 3.77
Aug. 20-Munson Supply Co., pneumatic keys
for adding machine .............................. 12327 18.00
Sept. 14-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 22046 8.75
Sept. 15-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 22048 49.10
Sept. 15-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., August account ............................ 22044 13.75
Sept. 17-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., August
account .................................................... 22047 3.54
Sept. 21-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies ........ 22045 .60
Sept. 26-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 24796 2.14
Oct. 11-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies....33293 28.10
Oct. 11-H. & W. B. Drew Co., rubber stamps.... 33295 3.07
Oct. 12-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., September account ........................ 33296 7.55
Oct. 15-H. R. Kaufman, repairs on Underwood
typewriters ............................................ 33294 15.00
Oct. 22-Western Union Telegraph Co., August
account (extra) ...................................... 28178 .85
Oct. 25-Western Union Telegraph Co., Sep-
tember account ...................................... 35900 19.33
Nov. 9-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 41999 150.60
Nov. 17-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., October account ............................ 42935 8.90
Nov. 19-H.& W. B. Drew Co., office supplies.... 45110 11.82
Nov. 20-Western Union Telegraph Co., Oc-
tober account ........................................ 45117 13.55
Nov. 21-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies .......... 42934 1.90
Nov. 22-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., October
account .................................................... 45116 1.35
Nov. 27-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 42933 1.55
Dec. 6-Louis Voss, refund for office keys........ 52265 1.50
Dec. 8-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., November account .................... 52267 8.75
Dec. 8-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.:.. 52268 43.10
Dec. 12-Adams Studio, photographs .............. 52266 9.50
Dec. 14-D. A. Dixon Company, office supplies.. 53767, 8.45
Dec. 22-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., November
account ...................................................... 62179 5.15
Dec. 26-H. & W. B. Drew Co., notary seal........ 62908 4.08
Dec" 26-Burroighs Add. Machine Co., service 62909 19.35
Dec. 28-Western Union Telegraph Co., Novem-
ber account ............................................ 62180 12.41
Dec. 29-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured mail ........................ ......... ... 59358 2.49
1929
Jan. 3-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., in-
stallment and service ....................... 64700 74.25
Jan. 8-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., December account ................... .. 66328- 7.10
Jan. 9-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 67321 17.05
Jan. 9-H. & W. B. Drew Co., office supplies...- 663658 23.12










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Jan. 11-American Railway Express Co., De-
cember account .................................... 66327 2.58
Jan. 15-Western Union Telegraph Co., Decem-
ber account ............................................ 67394 12.00
Jan. 17-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service.. 70443 13.30
Jan. 18-Midyette Insurance Agency, premium
on bond .................................................. 70678 180.00
Jan. 28-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 69985 6.04
Jan. 30-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies ............ 66364 .30
Feb. 4-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., final
install ent ................................................ 76159 70.00
Feb. 13-State Library Clipping Service, service 77480 13.50
Feb. 13-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies ............ 81986 2.65
Feb. 14-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 81985 14.15
Feb. 14-Western Union Telegraph Co., Janu-
ary account ............................................ 81989 13.26
Feb. 14-H. & W. B. Drew Co., office supplies.... 81988 1.18
Feb. 15-American Railway Express Co., Jan-
uary account .......................................... 81990 2.08
Feb. 15-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., January account .......................... 81987 7.75
Feb. 25-A. A. A. Jackson, file cases .............. 90885 6,00
Feb. 26-Yale & Towne Mfg. Co., inspection of
time locks ............................................. 92279 13.CO
Feb. 26-J. M. Mossman Co., inspection of time
locks ........................................................ 92277 11.00
Feb. 26--Yale & Towne Mfg. Co., inspection of
tim e locks ........................................... 92278 11.00
Feb. 26-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 82680 4.91
Mar. 5-U. S. Chamber of Commerce, three-
year subscription .................................. 91210 7.50
Mar. 12-State Library Board, service ........... 95226 4.75
Mar. 12-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., February account ......................... 95225 13.45
Mar. 12-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., binding ........... 95228 3.00
Mar. 12-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 95229 18.60
Mar. 13-American Railway Express Co., Feb-
ruary account ........................................ 95227 .56
Mar. 16-Codex Book Co., Inc., charts and trial
sheets ...................................................... 95224 4.00
Mar. 23-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 100575 8.75
Mar. 27-Albany Paper Co., drinking cups........ 100576 11.25
Apr. 10-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 106794 29.20
Apr. 11-Western Union Telegraph Co., March
account .................................................... 106791 13.95
Apr. 11-H. R. Kaufman, repairs to typewriters 106793 9.00
Apr. 13-H. M. Young, service on lock ............. 108064 2.50
Apr. 13-Railway Express Agency, Inc., March
account .................................................... 106792 1.30
Apr. 15-H. & W. B. Drew Co., rubber stamp.... 108170 .48
Apr. 15-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., add-
ing machine paper .............................. 108171 7.90
Apr. 22-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies ......... 108172 1.50











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Apr. 29-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured mail .............................................. 110451 4.75
May 8-State Library Clipping Service April
account .................................................... 116820 1.60
May 14-Charles Williams Hdw. Co., office sup-
plies ........................................................ 120268 5.65
May 17-Postal Telegraph Cable Co., April ac-
count ........................................................ 121196 6.01
May 17-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 121194 39.20
May 17-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., April account ................................ 121197 10.00
May 20-D. A. Dixon Company, pencils ......... 121198 .60
May 27-W. H. May, Postmaster, stamped en-
velopes ................................................... 123978 67.38
June 8-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., May ac-
count ......................................................... 135407 2.99
June 8-Aetna Insurance Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail ................................. ........... 121195 3.69
June 15-Aetna Insurance Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .............................................. 134567 1.68
June 17-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 137193 19.35
June 21-Lewis State Bank, one box pen points 138685 1.50

Total disbursements during year .................................. $ 1,785.04


CONTINGENT EXPENSES INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
(Fiscal Year 1928-1929)
Paid
1928 In favor of: Warrant Amount
July 6-H. & W. B. Drew Co., note books ........ 136360 $ 1.50
July 7-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 136358 16.75
July 9-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., June account .................................. 136359 10.65
July 12-The Ronald Press Co., book ................ 136361 5.00
July 14-Western Union Telegraph Co., June
account .................................................... 3030 13.34
July 14-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 3031 13.30
July 16-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., June ac-
count ........................................................ 3032 4.77
July 18-C. B. McKinnon, window awnings........ 5228 100.00
Aug. 8-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., in-
stallment on machine .......................... 11774 70.00
Aug. 9-American Railway Express Co., July
account .................................................... 11775 1.54
Aug. 11-W. C. Dixon, drayage .......................... 12756 .75
Aug. 22-National Convention Insurance Com-
missioners, one set of reports ............. 11773 75.00
Aug. 25-J. A. Beha, Supt. of Ins., N. Y., pro
rata of expense .................................... 11772 50.00
Aug. 29-W. C. Dixon, freight and drayage...... 17423 5.74
Sept. 14-Western Union Telegraph Co., Aug.
account .................................................... 22050 3.80










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Sept. 14-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., in-
stallment ................................................ 22051 70.00
Sept. 15-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.. 22054 40.00
Sept. 18-The Spectator Company, text books.. 22052 4.25
Sept. 21-American Railway Express Co., Aug.
account .................................................. 22049 1.71
Sept. 21-Miller Bryant Pierce Co., carbon
paper ....................................................... 22053 9.50
Oct. 11-American Railway Express Co., Sept.
account .................................................... 33291 .39
Oct. 11-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 33292 13.84
Oct. 11-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., monthly
installment ............................................. 33290 70.00
Oct. 15-B. A. Luning, Executor, refund ac-
count traveling expenses of J. C.
Luning .................................................... 33773 126.80
Oct. 24-H. & W. B. Drew Co., rubber stamps.. 35903 4.51
Oct. 27-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., Septem-
ber account ............................................ 35902 2.13
Nov. 2-D. A. Dixon Co., office supplies............ 35901 .50
Nov. 9-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 42000 44.45
Nov. 16-W. C. Dixon, freight and drayage on
supplies .................................................. 42936 9.88
Nov. 20-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., monthly
installment ............................................ 45144 70.00
Dec. 5-Continental Ins. Co., premiums on in-
sured mail .............................................. 46276 1.02
Dec. 7-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., monthly
install ent ............................................ 45144 70.00
Dec. 8-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 52264 7.90
Dec. 18-Keystone Envelope Co., 500 folders.... 53768 7.40
Dec. 22-W. C. Dixon, freight and drayage........ 62178 3.50
1929
Jan. 3-Burroughs Adding Machine Co., re-
pairs, etc. ................................................ 64877 9.75
Jan. 9-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 67322 22.90
Jan. 10-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., December
account ...................................... ... 67395 2.28
Jan. 11-H. R. Kaufman, repairs on typewriter 66329 7.50
Jan. 17-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 70444 14.90
Jan. 29-H. & W. B. Drew Co., note books........ 74939 1.43
Feb. 14-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 81994 23.20
Feb. 15-Department of Agriculture, photo-
static copies .................................... 81993 4.50
Feb. 16-Royal Typewriter Co., payment on
new machine .......................................... 81991 65.53
Feb. 16-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., January
account .................................................... 81992 1.36
Mar. 2-The Spectator Co., insurance text
books ....................................................... 91746 8.00
Mar. 12-Florida Clipping Service, service........ 95230 5.40
Mar. 12-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 95231 24.60
Mar. 13-Western Union Telegraph Co., Febru-
ary account ............................................ 96329 9.05
Mar. 13-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., February
account ......................... ..................... 96328 5.56










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Mar. 25-Craig & Co., office supplies ................ 100577 14.50
Mar. 29-The Spectator Co., text books ............ 100578 10.00
Apr. 9-Florida Clipping Service, service........ 105070 3.40
Apr. 10-Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., March
account .................................................... 106797 7.66
Apr. 10-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 106800 14.20
Apr. 11-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., March account .............................. 106799 8.25
Apr. 20-Adams Studio, picture of Mr. Luning
and fram e ................................. ........... 106801 2.50
Apr. 22-Aetna Insurance Co., premiums on in-
sured m ail .......................................... .. 106798 6.14
May 9-Florida Clipping Service, April clip-
pings ........................................................ 117233 3.35
May 16-Western Union Telegraph Co., April
account ............................................. .... 121200 8.46
May 17-Railway Express Agency, Inc., April
account .................................................... 121202 .66
May 17-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 121199 67.55
May 28-Elliott Addressing Machine Co., sup-
plies ......................................................... 121201 6.60
June 6-Florida Clipping Service, May clip-
pings ........................................................ 134476 3.70
June 6-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 134474 7.65
June 6-Southern Telephone & Construction
Co., May account ................................ 134473 9.15
June 7-Charles Williams Hardware Co., office
supplies ................................................... 134475 .45
June 8-Railway Express Agency, Inc., May
account .................................................... 134555 .74
June 10-Western Union Telegraph Co., May
account .................................................... 135406 6.47
June 19-State Library Clipping Service, May
clippings ................................................. 137194 1.05
June 25-The Weekly Underwriter, reference
books ........................................................ 138687 50.00
June 25-Elliott Addressing Machine Co., sup-
plies ......................................................... 137816 1.83
June 25-Burroughs Add. Machine Co., service 140230 18.40
June 6-T. J. Appleyard, Inc., office supplies.... 134477 62.95
June 10-Diebold Safe & Lock Co., service on
door of vault .......................................... 134478 45.00

Total disbursements during year ................................ $ 1,388.59


POSTAGE STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE
Paid
1928 In favor of: Warrant Amount
July 24-W. H. May, P. M, postage stamps...... 6008 $ 294.00
Sept. 11-W. H. May, P. M., postage stamps.... 21337 11.32
Sept. 20-W. H. May, Postmaster, stamps and
stamped envelopes .............................. 25040 326.20
Nov. 16-A. H. Roberts, refund for postage
stam ps .................................................... 43332 8.68










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Dec. 14-W. H. May, P. M., postage stamps...... 53569 100.00
Jan. 3-W. H. May, P. M., postage stamps...... 64240 45.00
Jan. 11-W. H. May, P. M., stamped envelopes 67316 65.94
Mar. 22-W. H. May, P. M., stamped envelopes 98551 116.60
Apr. 15-W. H. May, P. M., postage stamps...... 106802 55.00
May 3-W. H. May, P. M., stamped envelopes 115495 64.98

Total disbursements during year ................................ $ 1,087.72








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RECEIPT OF INCOMING TREASURER
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA
TREASURER'S OFFICE
Tallahasee, September 28, 1928.
Received this date as successor to J. C. Luning, de-
ceased, formerly Treasurer of Florida, items and amounts
as follows:
Cash on H and ............... ... ....... .............. $ 5,631.50
Cash Item s .............. ........ .... ....... 2,355.16
Interest Coupons .. .4,015.00
Requisitions: Jurors and Witnesses ..... 74,600.00
Requisitions: State Board of Health ......... 1,000.00
Due from Banks, Regular Accounts ........ 3,490,102.44
Due from Banks: Special Accounts 288,821.53
Due from Banks: Receivership Accounts .... 2,139,222.70
Due from Banks: I. I. Board Accounts .. 447,389.14
Cash Item s, I. I. Board ............ .............. 1,000.00

$ 6,454,137.47

Bonds Owned by Various State Funds
Principal of State School Fund ........................ $ 4,227,900.00
Principal of Agricultural College Fund .......... 147,000.00
Principal of Seminary Fund ........................... 119,000.00
Florida American Legion Fund ............ ..... 40,000.00
State Fire Insurance Fund ........ ........ ........ 217,000.00
Internal Improvement Board ........................... 12,000.00
Everglades Drainage Bond Sinking Fund ........ 20,000.00

$ 4,782,900.00

All Other Bonds Held by State Treasurer
Collateral to Secure Deposits ...... ................. $ 7,576,950.00
Held under Trust Act of 1911 ........................ 4,759,783.01
Insurance Companies: Surety Bonds .......... 4,020,000.00
Insurance Companies: Bonds ........................ 1,992,400.00
Insurance Companies: Voluntary Deposits.... 410,140.00
Collateral in Escrow, I. I. Board .................. 15,000.00
Everglades Drainage Bonds, Refunding ....... 5,108,000.00
Everglades Drainage Bonds, New Issue ....... 1,250,000.00

$25,132,273.01