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Title: Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
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Language: English
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Duties of state treasurer
        Page 5
    Treasurers of the state of Florida
        Page 6
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 7
    Summary of cash resources and liabilities as of June 30, 1942
        Page 8
    Securities in custody of state treasurer
        Page 9
    Funds: Receipts, disbursements, and balances
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
    General revenue fund: Receipts
        Page 23
        Page 24
    General revenue fund: Disbursements
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
    Teachers' salary fund: Sources of revenue
        Page 33
        Page 34
    Teachers' salary fund: Instructional salary account
        Page 35
        Page 36
    Teachers' salary fund: Transportation account
        Page 37
        Page 38
    Registry of court funds
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Tax certificate fund
        Page 41
    Overseas road and toll bridge district funds
        Page 42
        Page 43
    Apalachicola Bay bridge funds
        Page 44
    State of Florida comptroller's office
        Page 44
Full Text







REPORT
OF THE

STATE TREASURER

OF THE

STATE OF FLORIDA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 1941
And Ending June 30, 1942

J. EDWIN LARSON, Treasurer


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REPORT
OF THE

STATE TREASURER
OF THE

STATE OF FLORIDA
FOR THE
Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 1941
And Ending June 30, 1942

J. EDWIN LARSON, Treasurer













TABLE OF CONTENTS



Page
Duties of State Treasurer ----- --------------5
Treasurers of the State of Florida--------- ---- 6
Letter of Transmittal ___- ---- ---__ 7
Summary of Cash Resources and Liabilities ___- --__--- 8
Securities in Custody of State Treasurer _______ 9
Funds-Receipts, Disbursements, and Balances _________ 10
General Revenue Fund-Recepits __-- ------ 23
General Revenue Fund-Disbursements __________ 25
Teachers' Salary Fund-Sources of Revenue _______ 33
Teachers' Salary Fund-Receipts, Disbursements, and
Balances-Instructional Salary Account _____-- 35
Teachers' Salary Fund-Receipts, Disbursements, and
Balances-Transportation Account--------------- 37
Registry of Court Funds _____-------- 39
Tax Certificate Fund ___-------------------- ------ 41
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District Funds _- -- 42
Apalachicola Bay Bridge Funds ____ ------ 44
Certificate of Comptroller ----------------------- 44













DUTIES OF THE STATE TREASURER


In addition to his specific duties in connection with the
Treasury Department, the State Treasurer, under the provisions
of the law, is the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Florida,
State Fire Marshal and also a member of the following Boards
and Commissions:

Board of Commissioners of State Institutions.
State Board of Education.
State Pension Board.
State Budget Commission.
Board of Administration.
Board of Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund.
Florida Securities Commission.
Finance Board.
Railroad and Telegraph Assessment Board.
State Board of Conservation.
State Textbook Purchasing Board.
Board of Drainage Commissioners.
Board for the Supervision and Regulation of Form of
Bond of Surety Companies.
State Vocational Education Board.
Board for Fixing Values of Investment Securities of Trust
Companies.
State Housing Board.
Okeechobee Flood Control District Board.
Board of Trustees of Teachers Retirement Fund.
Executive Board of the Department of Public Safety.











STATE TREASURERS OF FLORIDA
From the Admission of the State into the Union



Name Date of Commission
Benjamin Byrd ---------------------___-July 26, 1845
William R. Hayward J_________anuary 8, 1848
Charles H. Austin -------January 24, 1853
Simon B. Conover ---- -------------August 19, 1868
Charles H. Foster ------ January 16, 1873
Walter H. Gwynn -----_--- ------- January 9, 1877
Henry A. L'Engle ------ -February 1, 1881
E. S. Crill_----- ------ February 19, 1885
F. J. Pons ----------January 8, 1889
E. J. Triay_ ------December 31, 1891
C. B. Collins -----------anuary 3, 1893
J. B. Whitfield ------ ---- June 19, 1897
W. V. Knott --- -----------------March 1, 1903
J. C. Luning ----------------February 19, 1912
W. V. Knott ------------September 28, 1928
J. Edwin Larson ------- January 3, 1941















State Treasurer's Report



TREASURY DEPARTMENT-STATE OF FLORIDA


TREASURER'S OFFICE
Tallahassee, July 1, 1942.

To His Excellency,
Spessard L. Holland
Governor of Florida.

Sir:
In accordance with Section 168, Compiled General Laws of
Florida of 1927, which requires the State Treasurer to render
his report at the end of the fiscal year, I have the honor to sub-
mit herewith my official report of the transactions of the office
of the State Treasurer for the period beginning July 1, 1941,
and ending June 30, 1942.

Respectfully submitted,
J. EDWIN LARSON,
State Treasurer.










SUMMARY OF CASH RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES
AS OF JUNE 30, 1942


RESOURCES

Office Cash:
Currency and Coin --------- $ 21,862.00
Warrants ---- 16,860.67
War Stamps ------ ----- 549.85


Advances Against:
Jurors and Witness Requisition
(Courts) _____
Requisitions, Transportation
(Comptroller) _____
Requisitions, Board of Health -----

Cash in Banks:
Current Accounts ------------
Time Deposits ____-----------
Special School Accounts ----___
Special Seminary Account ----
Workmen's Compensation Accounts
Unemployment Compensation
Clearing Account ___- ----
Unemployment Compensation
Benefit Account--------
Employment Security Administration
Fund __--------------------
*Other Special Accounts ----


69,083.11

7,737.19
1,000.00


13,059,806.05
4,081,000.00
218,918.90
551.35
54,968.60

31,292.19

288,909.69

36,162.60
371,240.04


$ 39,272.52





77,820.30


18,142,849.42


Total Resources


LIABILITIES


State Funds subject to Comptroller's
Warrant _______- -----
Teachers Salary Fund _____---
Court Registry Funds -------
*Closed Bank Liquidation Funds -_____
M. V. L. Clearing Account ____ _--
Insurance Department Clearing Account-
*Okeechobee Flood Control
District Funds __----------------
*Unemployment Relief School Damage
Repair Fund _______ _------
J. M. Lee, Comptroller, Agent
Supreme Court _____--------
Miscellaneous Pending Items Fund __-_
Receipts Desk-Pending Items Fund --
Drivers' License Clearing Account -__-
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge
Salary Account ___________--
*Overseas Road and Toll Bridge
District Funds _______---------


Total Liabilities -------


16,596,235.56
719,442.54
495,403.39
194,293.59
23,026.38
715.50

34,986.45

8.20

464.24
10,169.26
158.64
42,236.69

850.00

141,951.80

18,259,942.24


18,259,942.24









June 30, 1942
SECURITIES IN CUSTODY OF STATE TREASURER
(Unless otherwise noted, all securities listed at par value)


Investment Funds
Principal of State School Fund------- $ 5,074,213.46
Principal of Seminary Fund ___________ 132,500.00
Principal of Agricultural College Fund_______-------- 156,000.00
State Fire Insurance Fund -___________ __ 970,400.00
Special American Legion Fund ---------------- 40,000.00
Interest of State School Fund _______ 185,441.42
Interest of Seminary Fund ______________________ 4,800.00
Interest of Agricultural College Fund -_.___ .___. 24,300.00
Ex-Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Home Endowment Fund 12,000.00
Suspense Account
Taken over as collateral for funds in closed banks --_-- 13,718.75
For Internal Improvement Fund _____---------------_ 700.00
Pledged for Deposits of State Funds __---------- 27,905,950.00
Under Chapter 7929, Acts of 1919
* Deposited by Banks Exercising Trust Powers ______ 4,132,425.00
Under Trust Act of 1911
Deposited by Comptroller------------------------- 310,154.05
For delinquent tax redemptions under Chapter 15054
Acts of 1931
"Deposited by Insurance Companies ------------------ 6,492,961.43
Deposited by Board of Administration _-------------_ 6,474,070.33
Bonds held in escrow for account of St. Lucie County ____ 32,652.52
Franklin County Apalachicola Bay Bridge Revenue Bonds
held by Treasurer as trustee under Mortgage and Deed
of trust securing said bonds. (unsold bonds) ---------- 75,000.00
Bonds in custody of State Treasurer, for collection, on
which partial payments have been made. Balance unpaid 892.71
Pledged for Deposit of Funds ----------------_- 7,342,275.00
As county Treasurer ex-officio
Held for Broward County _________------------ 28,080.00
Chapter 14886, Acts of 1931
Held for Indian River County _-------------------_ 37,560.00
Chapter 16482, Acts of 1933
Held for Okeechobee Flood Control District ------------ 50,000.00
Held for Florida Industrial Commission __----- 234,275.00
Pledged for Deposits of Funds ____-___-__-_-- 157,000.00
of Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District
Pledged for Deposits of Funds --------------------- 30,950.00
of Florida State Hospital
Held for Teachers' Retirement System
Annuity Savings Fund _- ------------------------ 300,000.00
Held for Deposit of Funds _-- ._____._____________ 10,000.00
Clerk of Circuit Court, Volusia County


------_______-_ --_-$60,228,319.67


Total


In addition to the above securities, Surety Bonds aggregating $3,720,-
000.00 are on file for Fire Insurance Companies.
* $28,500.00 of this amount is represented by cash deposits which are
maintained in special Bank accounts.
** Of this total $2,179,450.00 is deposited in Trust Accounts in Banks.











ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942

TRANSFERS
AM F FUND BALANCES RECEIPTS DISBURSE- BALANCES
NAME OF FUND, 194 TO FRORECEIPTS ME JUNE 30, 1942


General Revenue --_
County Assessors and Collectors
Commission Fund _________
Corporation Capital Stock Tax
Expense Fund -- -
Documentary Stamp Tax Expense
Fund ___ -_ ____
Estate Tax Escrow and Expense Fund
Motor Vehicle License Expense Fund
Gasoline Dealers License Expense
Fund ___ __ ___
Small Loan License Expense Fund __
Auto Transportation Expense Fund
Intangible Tax Fund __________
Beverage Department Stamp
Refund Fund ____-------
Beverage Department Operating
Expense Fund -_____
Motor Vehicle Fuel Expense Fund
State Treasurer Adm. Expense
Firemen's Relief and Pension
Fund, Chapter 19112, Sec. 7,
Acts of 1939 _____
Teachers Examination Fund ------
Educational Certification and
Service Fund ____
State Planning Board Fund ______
Outdoor Advertising Fund _______
State Fire Insurance Fund -__----


1,975,410.66

25,927.69

15,776.22

35,107.65
101,134.36
273,900.19

43,147.77
16,392.77
74,489.84


1,577.641

28,594.89
203.00



2,446.18
13.20

2,119.92
1,878.33

64,470.28


8,100,245.35

-----------

15,000.00

15,383.10
1,893,092.01
598,985.42

36,615.00
23,501.56
41,075.34
38,658.27

17,193.82

406,138.08
29.00






9,334.50
239.29
26,010.65
96,691.75


3,188,492.69

94,000.00


-_--______ -





440.51




3,042.15


25,219.22
- - -


1,202,065.11





1,810,000.00
300,000.00

1,098.45
705.05
3,005.73
------------I

440.51

137,892.05




500.00
------------

280.04
------------
17,681.12
1,469.90


10,721,334.52

119,736.45

11,035.19

47,235.36
171,495.30
266,701.49

38,686.97
9,893.83
13,079.66
27,908.56

15,506.86

273,855.21




461.43
------ ------

9,274.75
25,292.14
7,685.40
106,054.15


1,340,749.07

191.24

19,741.03

3,255.39
12,731.07
306,184.12

39,977.35
29,295.45
99,479.79
10,749.71

2,824.09

23,426.22
232.00



4,526.90
13.20

1,899.63
2,044.70
644.13
53,637.98








Experiment Station Replacement
Fund (Gainesville) ___ __-
Florida State Farm No. 1
Replacement Fund _________
Florida State Farm No. 2
Replacement Fund _______
Armory Board Replacement Fund __
State Marketing Board Replacement
Fund ____-______________
State Tuberculosis Sanatorium
Docket 1034 U. S. ___--__
Capitol Building Replacement Fund
F. S. C. W. Replacement Fund ____
State Board of Forestry Replacement
Fund -__ ____ _
Florida A & M College
Replacement Fund _______
Florida State Hospital Replacement
Fund ___
Florida State Hospital Power Plant
Docket 1327 P.P.D.S. _
Liberty County Court House
Construction Fund __ -
Auto Theft Fund -___ _________
State Drivers License Fund ______
Department of Public Safety-
Explosive License Fund _______
Railroad Commission, Fines Fund _
Railroad Commission, Auto
Transportation Fund __
Agents Qualification Tax Fund ____
Copyrighted Music Fund ______
Florida Securities Commission Fund
Florida Milk Commission Fund ___
State Board of Architecture,
Surplus Fund ____________


200.00

7,480.11

1,922.16
4,740.54

4,652.82

309.96
510.00
45.00

25.69


4,629.93

653.83

17,902.05
81,059.74
264,302.20


1,924.40

11,391.36
7,569.64
9.02
6,468.58
1,276.45

616.02


7,922.20


231,777.79
677,249.58

232.25
110.00

47,035.29
18,699.50
33.85
9,964.23
27,591.79


1,469.90i


418.71


593.39

6.97
3.30

16.00
560.99
1.02
295.93
827.75


200.00 ---..

_________ 7,480.11

-.-___- 1,922.16


159.21

4,212.24


25.69

1,384.73


634.85

14,482.93
291,268.03
719,732.24

180.10

49,302.03
18,708.61
14,006.63
25,178.00

243.14


12,503.53

440.58

309.96
510.00
45.00


85.17 -

4,629.93

18.98

3,419.12
21,569.50
221,644.86

225.28
1,851.00

9,108.62
6,999.54
41.85
2,130.25
2,862.49

372.88


------------


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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942-(Continued)

TRANSFERS
NAME OF FUND BALANCES RECEIPTS DISBURSE- BALANCES
LYNAME 1, 1941 TO FROM MENTS JUNE 30, 1942
JULY 1, 1941 TO j FROM MENTS JUNE 30, 1942


State Board of Chiropractics Fund __
State Board of Nurses Examiners
Fund__
Real Estate Commission Fund ___
State Board of Beauty Culture
Examiners Fund _____-
Florida Dry Cleaning and Laundry
Board Fund
Barbers Sanitary Commission Fund
Florida Workmen's Compensation
Fund __
General Inspection Fund --_-
Orange Advertising Fund -__-
Grapefruit Advertising Fund
Tangerine Advertising Fund -____-
Lime Advertising Fund --_--
Fertilizer Fund Special _____
Frozen Dessert Inspection Fund ___
State Board of Health Fund -__-__
State Board of Health, U. S. Public
Health Service Fund __---
State Board of Health, Maternal
and Child Health, U. S. ___ --
State Tuberculosis Board Sanatorium
Maintenance Fund _
Centralization of Marriage and
Divorce Records Fund -_---
Certified Copies of Birth and
Death Certificates Fees Fund ____


628.96

29,989.56
8,061.01

40,410.24

46.80
3,783.95

47,088.59
158,051.98
120,446.68
345,362.08
41,760.68

5,287.43
4,326.84
4,436.59

27,582.55

24,223.27

102,660.52

10,864.59

3,269.06


3,000.00

21,629.54
38,007.20

50,214.60

21,319.10
25,015.13

176,948.45
1,439,096.02
265,362.26
553,228.12
87,792.93
4,400.00
39,832.30
4,800.00
31,212.46

195,718.87

149,650.75

135,602.56

30,697.70

28,319.39


15.40


------------I
12,000.00

219.78
1,000.00







321,514.76

- - -


90.00

648.89
1,140.22

1,506.44

654.97
2,401.29

5,308.45
43,172.88
7,960.87
16,810.03
3,610.38
162.00
1,194.97
144.00


920.93

849.58


3,346.22

11,686.78
37,873.78

51,250.42

19,376.91
25,251.21

178,544.95
1,454,750.82
324,873.28
663,471.77
72,617.44
998.51
41,026.65
4,395.03
34,559.40

197,663.65

118,533.16

450,740.55

27,213.08

17,216.661


192.74

39,283.43
7,054.21

37,883.38

1,334.02
1,146.58
40,183.64
111,224.30
52,974.79
218,308.40
53,545.57
4,239.49
2,898.11
4,587.81
1,089.65

25,637.77

55,340.86

109,037.29

13,428.28

13,522.21








State Board of Health Cooperative
Malaria Project Fund ________
State Board of Health Malaria
Research Fund _____ ___
Leon County Health Unit _______
Escambia County Health Unit ___
Taylor County Health Unit -_____
Jackson County Health Unit ______
Broward County Health Unit _____
Gadsden County Health Unit --
Monroe County Health Unit ______
Pinellas County Health Unit -____
Wakulla County Health Unit -____
Nassau County Health Unit ___
Franklin-Gulf-Waukulla County
Health Unit -
Hillsborough County Health Unit __
Highlands--Glades County
Health Unit _
State Board of Health, Malaria
Control, Escambia County Fund __
Orange County Health Unit ______
Hamilton County Health Unit ____
Lake County Health Unit _______
Duval County Health Unit ________
Bay County Health Unit ____
Dade County Health Unit -______
Osceola County Health Unit --
Baker County Health Unit _______
Levy-Gilchrist County Health Unit
Flagler County Health Unit ______
Duval County Health Unit Venereal
Disease Program Fund ____
Clay-Bradford County Health Unit
Jefferson County Health Unit ___
State Board of Health, Venereal
Disease Control U. S. Fund ____


1,337.47
356.81
300.00
828.92
692.44
1,402.33
677.25
373.14
3,021.99
957.96
470.15

366.27
1,463.47

1,256.84

2,999.86
971.05
586.69
762.28
1,949.63
761.34
3,899.22
749.43
163.30
990.16
179.14

323.03
72.10


13,759.86


1,537.83-__---------


13,240.62
5,502.66

4,500.00
6,225.00
9,091.03
6,461.28
1,400.00
22,463.07

5,1 00.00


8,700.00
12,214.28

3,900.00

2,458.72
8,250.00
3,125.00
9,376.58
17,200.01
8,729.59
19,045.00
2,600.00
4,533.34
6,399.90
3,246.90

4,799.99-
1,580.00
2,100.00

182,306.75


--------- ---------
4,374.96 -______
4,780.00
2,880.00 ______
3,840.00 _____
5,955.00
4,200.00
5,625.40 __________-
8,546.14
-4, 200.00 ___
4,200.00


6,126.17
10,140.00

4,060.00


6,961.66
5,520.00
3,880.00
6,180.00
3,280.00
7,621.90
2,590.00
3,760.00
6,580.00
2,922.00


87.21


------I----~--------
5,200.00 _______
2,235.00 _____

--__-_- I _- -


1,018.05!

12,856.88
8,473.48
4,681.66
6,961.90
8,908.17
12,961.55
10,475.60
6,841.89
30,410.83
957.96
8,914.57

12,434.50
21,277.25

6,983.85

4,464.19
14,503.99
8,424.59
12,140.04
23,316.08
11,019.54
23,781.83
5,491.60
7,071.04
12,853.61
4,874.58

2,551.17
5,893.98
2,831.97

128,967.46


519.78

1,721.21
1,760.95
398.34
1,247.02
1.849.27
3,486.81
862.93
556.65
3,620.37

855.58

2,670.73
2,540.50

2,232.99

994.39
1,678.72
807.10
1,878.82
2,013.56
1,751.39
6,784.29
447.83
1,385.60
1,116.45
1,473.46

2,571.85
958.12
1,503.03

67,099.15


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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942-(Continued)

TRANSFERS
NAME OF FUND BALANCES RECEIPTS DISBURSE- BALANCES
JULY 1, 1941 TO FROM MENTS JUNE 30, 1942


Jacksonville-Duval County Venereal
Disease Program Fund _______
Seminole County Health Unit
Santa Rosa County Health Unit
Walton-Okaloosa County Health
Unit _- ___------------
Volusia County Health Unit ___
Madison County Health Unit ____
Drug Store Inspection Fund _____
Registration of Doctors and
Midwives Fund ---__----_
Hotel Commission Fund _____
Bankhead-Jones Agricultural
Extension U. S. Fund ___
Lever Agricultural Extension
U. S. Fund ________
Lever Supplemental Agricultural
Extension U. S. Fund ___
Experiment Station Incidental Fund
Experiment Station Replacement
Fund (North Florida) ____
Everglades Experiment Station-
Incidental Fund-Bd. of Control
Further Development, Agricultural
Extension Service Fund ____-___
Tick Eradication Tax Fund ___
Collier County Special Deer License
Fund ________ _
Florida Board of Forestry and Parks,
Incidental Fund ___________-


833.99





1,415.12

2,202.15
90,508.29

12,732.09

8,543.10

95.00
69,501.86

.31


2,384.41
39,065.71

3,680.00

54,984.60


10,794.79
5,450.00
2,400.00

3,801.50
4,933.52
1,200.00
7,625.00

4,012.00
153,624.47

131,035.64


70,994.31 _


82,721.35


8,852.60


30,352.08


320,202.28


3,660.00 __
2,420.00


4,005.00
1,705.84
40.00


1,624.56


228.75

120.36
4,608.73

161.92


9,550.47
6,018.88
3,247.59

7,111.79
3,809.22
128.06
7,535.99

3,388.60
175,274.94

124,479.35

69,566.28

- ----------
62,380.44




2,384.41
67,259.66


314,008.97


2,078.31
3,091.12
1,572.41

694.71
2,830.14
1,111.94
1,275.38

2,705.19
64,249.09

19,126.46

9,971.13

95.00
89,842.77

.31

8,852.60


3,782.69

3,680.00

61,177.91








Florida Board of Forestry and Parks,
State Park Fund _______
State Conservation Fund
State Game Fund -
State Road License Fund-Gasoline
State Road Distribution Fund ___
State Federal Aid Road Fund ______
Auto Transportation Mileage Tax
Fund
State Aid Road for Counties Fund __
State Road Distribution Fund,
Auditing Expense ______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Wakulla County Fund _____
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Liberty County Fund _______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Holmes County Fund ______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Santa Rosa County Fund ____- _
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Dixie County Fund ______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Jackson County Fund ____
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Calhoun County Fund _______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Franklin County Fund ______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Baker County Fund ________
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Hendry County Fund _______
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Gadsden County Fund ________
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Gilchrist County Fund ________


9,654.39
88,128.48
4,565,566.54

1,094.15

53,622.70
32,519.61


121,724.50

26,937.70

74,389.51

62,251.19

8,812.03

26,322.12

10,992.92

39,784.39

83,418.63

154,152.46

159,132.07


19,761.01
103,012.5C
345,000.00
13,951,339.14
11,700,125.32


307,833.95







910.00











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23,221.801 -


2,630,190.67
_ -


70,000.00

4,837.58

5,629.74

6,258.33

10,565.27

6,129.95

11,597.07

4,843.29

6,192.72

4,830.92

8,672.84

9,678.97

3,308.42


45,418.71
1,894,662.67




27,334.23

27,785.62

14,669.36

70,618.74

31,966.24

14,941.98

37,919.19

15,836.21

45,977.11

34,957.73

126,025.83

36,379.18

5,578.55


15,268.01
56,841.63
333,555.75
15,481,530.30
9,785,807.40
21.50

293,251.30


42,665.77




10,939.10










6,188.12

14,000.91

- - -

- - -


4,493.00
55,825.26
99,572.73
5,620,147.34
19,655.25
1,072.65

68,205.35
32,519.61


98,776.46

17,898.08


40,850.22








47,103.70

22,798.56

132,431.86

20,951.67












ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942-(Continued)


TRANSFERS
BALANCES RECEIPTS DISBURSE- BALANCES
JULY 1, 1941 TO FROM MENTS JUNE 30, 1942


19,447.J2


NAME OF FUND



S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Madison County Fund --------
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Lafayette County Fund ---
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Nassau County Fund ___---
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Okaloosa County Fund ____
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Suwannee County Fund -__--
S. R. L. Second Gas Tax-
Taylor County Fund -- ___
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Baker Co. __
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Bradford Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Brevard Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Broward Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Calhoun Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Clay Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Collier Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Columbia Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Dixie Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Duval Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Escambia Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Franklin Co. _
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Gadsden Co. _
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Gilchrist Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Gulf Co. --
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Hendry Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Holmes Co. _


18,921.28
40,000.00
80,000.00
22,800.00
31,020.81
55,499.62
118,678.16
57,506.30
31,467.01
831,523.17
324,335.63
51,064.53
49,818.76
25,940.49
32,760.69
21,939.19
20,540.94


8,568.23

4,857.55

7,148.43

10,046.03

8,921.99

10,303.75


28,015.75 --------

978.54



27,488.08 ---

29,172.44 -


33,690.41
8,829.53
1,492.11


17,978.00
734.23
21,578.29
853.84
7,683.16
27,567.19
13,309.20
18,266.12
676.58
267.00
4,976.56

19,496.08


33,330.88

28,934.02

5,103.31




10,091.75
38,507.89
80,000.00
22,800.00
13,042.81
54,765.39
97,099.87
56,652.46
23,783.85
803,955.98
311,026.43
32,798.41
49,142.18
25,673.49
27,784.13
21,939.19
1,044.86


29,451.87

21,785.59

22,545.36

20,250.45

23,386.66


- - -
- - -


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S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Jackson Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Jefferson Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Lafayette Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Lee Co. __
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Leon Co. _
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Liberty Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Madison Co. _
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Nassau Co. _
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Okaloosa Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Suwannee Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Taylor Co. _
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Wakulla Co.
S. R. D. Surplus Fund, Walton Co.
Florida Crippled Children's Com-
mission Donations Fund -__--
Florida Crippled Children's Com-
mission U. S. Fund _____
Florida State Hospital, Special
Maintenance Fund ___.__
Florida Farm Colony, Incidental
Fund __
State Prison Fund __
Girls Industrial School Fund ______
Boys School Industries Fund ____-
Florida Industrial School for Boys,
Special Maintenance Fund ______
Permanent Building Fund,
Institutions of Higher Learning __
Department of Architecture, Board
of Control _____ ______
Educational Defense Public Works
Expense Fund, U. S. ________
University of Florida, Incidental Fund
University of Florida, General
Extension Division, Incidental Fund
University of Florida Radio Station,
Incidental Fund ____


491.41

10,094.78

141,776.64

8,070.93
39,005.75
6.17
948.06

21.40

8,161.60

4,906.61


47,743.19

7,193.68

65.72
- - _-
- - _-
- - _-
- -
- - _-

- -
-
__ --



























65.72


59,721.57
106,920.06
33,850.38
38,798.90
100,000.00
39,231.45
19,294.84
63,054.24
27,132.19
82,915.71
179,567.38
15,551.07
99,702.33

141.50

69,388.00

77,968.78

1,695.00
184,261.30
---------
----------


5,607.46

6,682.83 ______

6,577.22

1,000.00
236,797.81 _____

40,204.07 ___

- - - - _- -_ -_ _


12,487.12
6,442.66
776.96
10,147.50
11,889.16
27,899.34
19,294.84
17.50
3,132.04
43,552.37
8,897.18

3,438.53


-------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
-------- ---
------------
------------
------------


342.95

61,971.91

49,924.18
_-- -- -









217,944.07



4,503.32

3,765.94

8,174.791

258.43
226,894.63

34,388.67

-- _


47,234.45
100,477.40
33,073.42
28,651.40
88,110.84
11,332.11

63,036.74
24,000.15
39,363.34
170,670.20
15,551.07
96,263.80

289.96

17,510.87

169,821.24 ,

9,765.93
5,322.98
6.17
948.06

1,125.54

11,078.49

3,309.04

741.57
57,646.37

13,009.08

65.72


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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942-(Continued)


TRAN
NAME OF FUND BALANCES RECEIPTS
JULY 1, 1941 TO


F. S. C. W. Incidental Fund -__ _
Westcott Estate, F. S. C. W. Fund
Florida School for Deaf and Blind,
Incidental Fund _
Florida A. & M. College,
Incidental Fund __ ___
Florida A. & M. College,
Hospital Fund _______
Special American Legion Fund ___
Interest of Agricultural College Fund
Interest of Seminary Fund -__
Morrill Fund, University of
Florida, U. S. --------
Bankhead-Jones Fund, University of
Florida, U. S. -------
Morrill Fund, A. & M. College, U.S.
Bankhead-Jones Fund, A. & M.
College, U. S. ----------
Capper,-Ketchum Fund, U. S. _
Vocational Education of Defense
Workers Fund No. 1 __
Vocational Education of Defense
Workers Fund OSY No. 4 _____
Vocational Education of Defense
Workers Fund NYA No. 5 ---
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund, U.S.
Smith-Hughes Trades and
Industries, U. S. -__--____-
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training
Fund, U. S. _- --___-


162,720.06
21,085.40

14,722.64

7,131.47

1,287.47


7,681.83



147.00

451.22
5,228.95

56,923.56

21,298.67

56,510.63
20,582.92

16,488.19

5,805.32


87,822.95
13,250.00

4,859.02

31,846.82

12,322.13
2,200.00
----------
10,350.78

25,000.00

20,827.55
25,000.00

20,827.56
27,417.72

1,419,594.00

361,578.90

163,079.57
44,629.98

41,363.72

14,483.39


SFERS

FROI


M



















110.00

533.90

153.00




_-- _I


DISBURSE- BALANCES
MENTS JUNE 30, 1942


----------- ------



I


7,750.00



161.92




2,412.00

110.00




1,418.50

_-- -- --


198,584.70
28,586.59

19,581.66

6,900.69

480.92


11,889.74



2,746.44

3,725.16
4,879.32

169,465.08

108,947.84

19,082.87
29,145.28

38,158.40

5,889.63


51,958.31
5,748.81


32,077.60

13,128.68
2,200.00
7,750.00
6,142.87

25,000.00

20,989.47
22,400.56

17,553.62
27,767.35

1,309,354.48

273,505.83

200,354.33
36,067.62

21,112.01

14,399.08








Federal Rehabilitation Fund, U. S.
George-Deen Agricultural Fund, U.S.
George-Deen Home Economics
Fund, U. S. _----------
George-Deen Trades and Industries
Fund, U. S. _____--_-
George-Deen Teachers Training
Fund, U. S. _--------
George-Deen Distributive Occupa-
tions Fund, U. S. ---
Vocational Education of Defense
Workers Fund No. 2 _______
County School Fund ______
One Mill School Tax Fund ____
Interest of School Fund ______
Free Text Book Tax Fund ------
Florida National Forest Fund __._-
Public Free School 1/4 Mill Tax Fund
Retailer Occupation Tax Fund _-_
License and Inventory Tax Fund _
Pension Tax Fund _______
Board of Social Welfare, Child
Welfare Service, U. S. Fund -___
Employment Security Administration
Fund __ __
Unemployment Compensation Fund
Clearing Account _________
Unemployment Compensation Fund
-Benefit Account ___ -----
State Welfare Fund ___-__-__
Principal of State School Fund -___
Principal of Agricultural College
Fund __________
Principal of Seminary Fund ______
Pending School Escheated Estates
Fund __________ ______


12,741.05
22,756.79

27,931.23

27,200.81

4,116.92

7,599.22

61,137.14


660.00
7,163.79
2,146.83

45,513.93

179,991.86

5,560.16

73,286.91

13,472.84

236,152.15
648,928.44
101,526.19

32,326.03
8,853.63

11,174.16


53,825.60
34,542.21

50,602.96

50,149.93

12,715.36

16,324.08

545,247.49
11,902,494.86
60,382.38
244,132.50
49,487.48
22,477.00
14.13
123,585.84
937,554.27
105,545.71

25,688.40

619,517.03

8,333,241.63

6,351,960.50
8,316,755.05
1,602,938.49

81.11
16,121.37


72.45 -


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678.90
1,152,407.05'






225,000.00



21,452.00



2,083,561.99
------------


1,418.50

------------



2,404.00
687,954.07
1,013.43
6,005.47
------------

14.13
7,481.97
827,975.66


6.30


54,026.11
36,046.58

54,700.60

46,160.75

10,404.14

12,878.42

413,191.15
12,366,907.25
59,368.95
238,787.03
55,364.50
24,623.83

160,532.84
79,504.56
470,810.24

25,968.791

678,093.34

8,315,422.281

6,299,202.961
9,238,121.381
1,556,644.251

28,561.171
24,423.651

-________- |I


12,612.99
21,252.42

22,415.09

31,189.99

6,428.14

11,044.88

191,468.38
40.59

1,286.77


1,084.96
30,074.05
39,727.33

5,273.47

36,162.60

31,292.19

288,909.69
1,811,124.10
147,820.43

3,845.97
551.35

11,174.16










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942-(Continued)


TRANSFERS
BALANCES RECEIPTS DISBURSE- BALANCES
JULY 1, 1941 TO FROM MENTS JUNE 30, T942


NAME OF FUND


Tax Certificate Fund
Chapter 18313 -------
Motor Vehicle License Commission
Refund Fund __ __
Auto Theft Refund Fund ______
Auto Transportation Advance
Payment Fund _____-_____
Circuit Judges' Retirement Fund __
Firemen's Relief and Pension Fund
Teachers' Retirement System,
Pension Accumulation Fund __-
Teachers' Retirement System,
Annuity Savings Fund ____
Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Home, Endowment Fund --___
Trustees Internal Improvement
Fund, Chapter 610 __-- ___
Trustees Internal Improvement
Fund, Murphy Act, Chapter
18296 _______
Trustees Internal Improvement
Fund, Petroleum Oil and/or Gas
Exploration Fund (Chapter
20667) ________
Stephen Foster Memorial
Commission Trust Fund
State Racing Commission Fund _
Auto Transportation Cities and
Towns Fund __________


49,354.84

1,173.60


152.51
2,477.55

1,555.00
4,977.61
85,778.97


954,261.80

280.00

295,262.96


16.00

500.00

200,000.00
100,000.00


345,082.41 ---_


3,042.15


100,000.00


3,792.89

325,000.00


2,895.00

565.00------ ----
2,202,501.56 222,797.351 66,075.05

11,299.07 ------------ _I _


13.19

199.06

1,729.58
------------
127,141.19

74,808.71

1,534,455.51

12,828.89

91,931.49

13,923.99




------------I
2,350,638.80

10,768.551


15.67

26,309.24
26,885.64

12,107.06
13,211.87
1,053.44

131,993.12

293,963.54

764.91

199,538.58

6,158.42


2,895.00

565.00
57,939.90

1,704.12


28.86

26,156.73
24,607.15

12,265.64
8,234.26
44,957.81

6,801.83

870,157.25

13,313.80










State Racing Commission-Old
Age Assistance 5% Tax Fund -
State Racing Commission-Old
Age Assistance Breaks Fund -__
*Everglades Drainage Fire Tax Fund
*State Board of Forestry-
Federal Fund _-_____
"Shell Fish Fund __ _____
*Drainage Bond Fund _____
"Drainage Tax Fund _____
"Purnell Experiment Station Fund _
eHatch Experiment Station Fund _
*Adams Experiment Station Fund __
*Agricultural Department, Industrial
Survey -------------
*One Mill Drainage Tax Fund ____
*Chain Store Tax-Undistributed
Fund ______
*State Road Fund-Maintenance __
*Fish Hatchery Fund
*Motor Vehicle License County
Road Fund----------
*State Board of Barber Examiner's
Fund _..
*Live Stock Sanitary Board
Serum Fund _______________
*Federal Aid Road Fund --_
*County Road Bond and
Donation Fund _______


13.50


.45
20.09
167.20
399.51
2.00
14.98
28.16


1,936,761.20


253,599.10


.57 -------
1.201 __________


15.50
24.05
.87


35.801 -----------


27.501


9.00 ----------
566.63 -----------


688.381


-I


1,936,761.20


253,599.10


-- -- I- -


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-----------


15.50
15.50
.87


35.80


27.50


9.00
566.63


688.38


8.55


13.50


.45
20.09
167.20
399.51
2.00
14.98
28.16


.57
1.20


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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942-(Continued)

*Motor Vehicle License Maintenance
Fund 31.09 _____ ___ 31.09
Fund --------- ------------------31.09 ------------ ------------ ------------ -----------------------3.1.0
*Asylum Patients Trust Fund __- 2,453.21 __________ -- ___ _-__ 2,453.21
TOTALS ___________ $13,323,115.681$94,491,895.89 $10,633,666.661$10,633,666.66|$91,218,776.011$16,596,235.56

Total Regular Funds in Hands of State Treasurer-June 30, 1942-Subject to Comptroller's Warrant _--------------$16,596,235.56
*Inactive Accounts.


OTHER SPECIAL FUNDS IN CUSTODY OF STATE
TREASURER AS OF JUNE 30, 1942:
Teacher's Salary Fund -__---------- -- -__-$ 719,442.54
Court Registry Funds __--_______- -- 495,403.39
Closed Bank Liquidation Funds ---------------- 194,293.59
M. V. L. Clearing Account ___ _____23,026.38
Insurance Department Clearing Account ___ 715.50
Okeechobee Flood Control District Funds _____ 34,986.45
Unemployment Relief School Damage Repair Fund 8.20
J. M. Lee, Comptroller, Agent Supreme Court ____ 464.24
Miscellaneous Pending Items Fund ____ ____ 10,169.26
Receipts Desk-Pending Items Fund _______ 158.64
Drivers' License Clearing Account ___________ 42,236.69
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge Salary Account ____ 850.00
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District Funds ___- 141,951.80
TOTAL SPECIAL FUNDS $______ 1,663,706.68

TOTAL LIABILITIES --___


$ 1,663,706.68

$18,259,942.24









GENERAL REVENUE FUND
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1942
RECEIPTS


Intangible Tax ---- -------------------$ 1,328,904.80
Tax on 1930 and Prior Rolls ___ ______ -------- 454.37
Tax Redemptions, Expense ------------35,343.05
Tax Redemptions, Interest _------------- 17,657.09
Documentary Stamp Tax 690,121.52
Corporation Capital Stock Tax 298,000.00
Charter Tax ------------ --------- 38,482.38
Commission Tax --- ---- -------------- 12,730.00
1/2 Cent Gasoline Tax _________--------- 1,949,235.99
Pullman Company Gross Receipts Tax _______________- 2,536.63
2% Insurance Premium Tax _____--------- 1,140,644.52
Utilities Tax ________----------------------------- 872,894.66
1 Cent Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax ____------ -- -- 1,570.12
Occupational Licenses -------------------- 581,631.89
Railroad and Telegraph and Terminal Companies' Licenses __ 52,895.35
Insurance Companies' Licenses ___------------ 79,000.00
Insurance Agents' Licenses ____ _91,696.00
Interest of Agricultural College Fund Earnings _____- 10,882.73
Interest on State Treasurer's Deposit in Banks ____-- 13,365.67
Tax Certificate Monies-Under Chapter 18,313 ----- 20,505.83
Receipts from Beverage Department for Aid to Dependent
Children Under Chapter 20,829 ________ __-------- 167,359.89
Extradition Fees ------------------------------- 405.00
Fees from Secretary of State __ _____------------- 18,440.92
Filings Fees, Insurance Companies ___---------- 4,470.00
Field Notes, Commissioner of Agriculture _-------- 1,063.02
Qualification Fees from Candidates ------------- 14,720.25
Bank Examination Tax ______--- ---------- 22,425.00
Credit Union Fees (Filing Fees and Examination Fees) 927.50
Trustees I. I. Fund-Under Chapter 14,572, Acts of 1929 3.78
Fees for Comptroller's Audits of County Fair Associations ___ 1,025.00
Sale of Laws, Secretary of State _____------------------ 4,910.00
Sale of Journals, Secretary of State _--- --- --- 69.90
Sale of Furniture, Secretary of State ___________--- 40.00
Corporation Reports, Secretary of State _________-- 33.50
Miscellaneous from Secretary of State ------------- 20.50
Sale of Derelict Property __ __________ ___ __ 22.15
Proceeds of Suspense Account-Chapter 14,653 ________ 16,134.07
Receipts from Live Stock Sanitary Board from Sale of
Serum and Virus (under Chapter 20,733, Acts of 1941) 5,928.10
Direct Receipts from Trustees 1. I. Fund-Chapter 18,296
Murphy Act -------------------- 90,000.00
Direct Receipts as Deduction from Clearing Funds representing
3% (under Chapter 20,890, Acts of 1941)
Beverage Department Clearing Fund ____---------- 178,645.09
M.V.L. Clearing Fund _______________-----_ 294,987.86
Auto Transportation Collections _______------ -- 9,613.24
Drivers License Clearing Fund ______________--- 21,571.89


Total Regular Receipts


--_____- $ 8,091,369.26


Refunds to Appropriations as follows:
Old Expired Appropriations __________________
Florida National Guard, Necessary and Regular Expense -__-
State Defense Council, Emergency _______________
State Auditing Department, Necessary and Regular Expense __
Comptroller's Office, Necessary and Regular Expense ______
Comptroller's Office, Burglary Insurance _______


2.92
2,678.29
865.86
27.99
169.80
143.99








Name of Account Amount
State Treasurer, Necessary and Regular Expense ______- 596.37
State Treasurer, Burglary and Other Insurance -----__-- 179.39
State Treasurer, Insurance Department, Necessary and
Regular Expense ________-____--- 101.39
Expense Collecting Revenue ___________- 1,679.53
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists ______ ___ ____--- 127.00
State Department of Public Instruction, Necessary and
Regular Expense ____ ___ _____________ 729.19
Judicial Department, Necessary and Regular Expense _.---- 3.00
Judicial Department, Jurors and Witnesses __------ 33.00
Fire Insurance Excess Premiums ----- --------- 5.00
Remodeling and Repairs to Senate Chamber and Committee
Rooms __________-_ ----- 2.00
Florida National Guard, Necessary and Regular Expense
(Old Appropriation) _________________------- 7.00
Railroad Commission, Necessary and Regular Expense _----. 47.85
State Board of Health, Necessary and Regular Expense 5.50
State Tuberculosis Board, Necessary and Regular Expense 10.96
State Plant Board, Necessary and Regular Expense _------ 3.56
Commissioner of Agriculture-Sea Island Appropriation __-. 513.12
Florida Board of Forestry, Necessary and Regular Expense __-- 3.30
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions, Salaries .___- 200.00
Florida Crippled Children's Commission, Salaries ..- 50.00
Florida Crippled Children's Commission, Necessary and
Regular Expense ________---- 268.39
Florida State Hospital, Salaries ___------------------- 242.07
Florida State Hospital, Necessary and Regular Expense ___29.65
State Prison Farm, Necessary and Regular Expense ____6.28
Florida State College for Women, Necessary and
Regular Expense ____________________---- 49.76
State Rehabilitation Appropriation _.. __. .91.76
Florida Council for the Blind, Necessary and Regular Expense 2.17


Total Refunds to Appropriations


___ --__ $ 8,876.09


Transfers to General Revenue Fund:
Trustees I. I. Fund, Chapter 14,572, Acts of 1929 ____--
Trustees 1. I. Fund, Chapter 18,296 (House Bill No. 296,
Acts of 1941) ______
Estate Tax Escrow and Expense Fund ______ ----
County School Fund _________
Barbers' Sanitary Commission Fund_____________--
License and Inventory Tax Fund ____-------
From G. R. U. of Fla. School of Forestry 1942 App'n to
1941 App'n _____________--
From G.R. Gen. Printing and Ad. to Ins. Dept. N. and R. ____
From G.R. Fla. Military Dept. N. and R. to Fla. National Guard
Salaries 1939-41 Appr. _- .- _____--. __---
From G.R. Live Stock Sanitary Board, Salaries 3 additional
Veterinarians to State Live Stock Sanitary Board, Salaries
From G.R. Live Stock Sanitary Board, Traveling Expenses
3 add. veterinarians to State Live Stock Sanitary
Board N. and R. __________
From G.R. Radio Station WRUF Special Repairs to Radio
Station WRUF, Necessary and Regular Expense ______
From G.R. U. of Fla. Chair of Americanism and Southern
History 1940-41 Appr. to U. of Fla. Chair of Americanism
and Southern History, .1941-42 Appr. _____ ._
From G.R. State Library Board Historical Program to State
Library Board Salaries .. ___-. ..---
From G.R. State Service Officer, Tray. Exp. Field Secretary
to State Service Officer Necessary and Regular Expense _


64.60

325,000.00
1,810,000.00
587,954.07
1,654.35
227,975.66

187.85
916.00

429.23

1,200.00


129.75

320.50

3.50

160.00

179.89









Name of Account Amount
Transfers from Various Funds as Indicated Representing
3% of Receipts to those Funds, under Chapter 20,890, Acts
of 1941
Agents Qualification Tax Fund ---------------- 560.99
Gasoline Dealers License Expense Fund----------------_ 1,098.45
Frozen Dessert License Fund --- -------------------- 144.00
Drivers License Fund-Control _____------------------593.39
Workmen's Compensation Fund----------------------_ 5,308.45
Small Loan License Expense Fund ----------------- 705.05
Education Certification and Service Fund ______________ 280.04
Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund ________ 90.00
Board of Nurses Fund ------------------- -- ----- 648.89
Board of Beauty Culture Examiners Fund _______________ 1,506.44
General Inspection Fund, Control ___-------------- 43,172.88
Barbers Sanitary Commission Fund _________ 746.94
Florida Dry Cleaning and Laundry Board Fund ____ 639.57
Real Estate Commission --------------------------__ 1,140.22
Florida Milk Commission Fund __------------------- 827.75
Fertilizer Fund Special _________________- -- 1,194.97
Marriage and Divorce Records Fund __________________- 920.93
Registration of Doctors and Midwives ________ 120.36
Birth and Death Certificates Fees Fund---_______________ 849.58
Hotel Commission Fund ____________________________ 4,608.73
Drug Store Inspection Fund _-___ _____ ___ 228.75
Orange Advertising Fund _-------------------------- 7,960.87
Grapefruit Advertising Fund ____ ___ ______ 16,590.25
Tangerine Advertising Fund ______________ 2,610.38
Lime Advertising Fund ______________ 162.00
Railroad Commission Fines Fund __________ 3.30
Florida Securities Commission Fund ___----_ 295.93
Trustees I. I. Fund, Chapter 610 ___________ 3,728.29
State Racing Commission Fund _--_________________- 66,075.05
Racing Commission 5% O.A.A. Fund _______ _- 58,102.83
Racing Commission Breaks O.A.A. Fund _____-_- 7,607.97
Outdoor Advertising Fund ____________- 780.32
Explosive License Fund ______________ 6.97
Copyrighted Music Fund ---________________ 1.02
Auto Transportation Fund Expense _________ 3,005.73

Total Transfers -------------------------------$ 3,188,492.69

Grand Total Receipts to General Revenue Fund -___$11,288,738.04


FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1942

DISBURSEMENTS
Name of Account Amount
Legislative Expense of 1941 _____ _______ ___ 55,000.00
Governor's Office, Salaries __. _.._-------____-- ____ 29,425.67
Governor's Office-Necessary and Regular _____ 13,735.52
Governor's Office-Necessary and Regular 1939-41 Appr. _- 30.00
Governor's Office-Contingent Fund ________ 700.00
Emergency Appropriation __---_____________ 10,774.96
State Defense Council Emergency ___________ 45,416.46
Budget Commission _-_------------------------ 820.00
State Auditing Department-Salaries ____ ____ 94,012.51
State Auditing Department-Necessary and Regular _______ 28,576.87
State Auditing Department-Additional Auditors ____ 1,583.02
Comptroller's Office-Salaries ________________________ 190,859.97










Name of Account Amount
Comptroller's Office-Salaries 1939-41 Appropriation .____ 298.69
Comptroller's Office-Necessary and Regular _________ 117,072.68
Comptroller's Office-Emergencies and Contingencies ______ 10,053.27
Comptroller's Office-County Financial Statements ___ __ 7,663.00
Comptroller's Office-County Financial Statements (Con't) 10,091.13
Comptroller's Office-Burglary Insurance __ ________ 1,843.60
Comptroller's Office-State Welfare Fund-Salaries ____ 1,412.67
Comptroller's Office-State Welfare Fund-Necessary
and Regular _-__________ ___ _____ 2,969.43
Comptroller's Office-Unemployment Compensation-Salaries 770.32
State Treasurer's Office-Salaries ---------- 65,912.06
State Treasurer's Office-Necessary and Regular ________ 12,159.46
State Treasurer's Office-Teachers' Salary Distribution Fund 12,605.07
State Treasurer's Office-Teachers' Salary Distribution Fund
-Necessary and Regular ___1___. _.______ 1,671.45
State Treasurer's Office-Special Bookkeeping Machines -_ 1,941.05
State Treasurer's Office-Burglary and Other Insurance __ 671.46
State Treasurer's Office-Insurance Department, Salaries ___ 47,022.30
State Treasurer's Office-Insurance Department-Necessary
and Regular __________ ________________ 11,516.51
State Treasurer's Office-State Welfare Fund, Salaries _____ 8,469.84
State Treasurer's Office-State Welfare Fund, Necessary
and Regular ___3_________ _____ ___________ 3,563.79
State Treasurer's Office-Unemployment Compensation-
Salaries ___ ________ _______ 16,035.60
State Treasurer's Office-Unemployment Compensation-
Necessary and Regular ______ _________ ___ 4,182.78
Refund Tax Certificates -_____________ 465.84
Printing Delinquent Tax List _____________ 58,857.80
General Printing and Advertising __________ 39,437.53
Revolving Refund Fund ____ __-_______.__.___ ______ 330.00
Expense Collecting Revenue-Tax Assessors and Collectors
Commission Fund ____________________________ 70,000.00
Expense Collecting Revenue __ ________________ 96,168.50
Expense of Collecting Revenue-1937-1939 Appropriation 122.65
Attorney General's Office-Salaries ____ _______ 83,941.19
Attorney General's Office-Necessary and Regular ________ 16,044.61
Attorney General's Office-Necessary and Regular
1939-1941 Appropriation _________ ______ 827.68
Attorney General's Office-Indexing and Side Noting
Laws, Etc. ________________________ _______ 231.10
Secretary of State Office-Salaries ____________ 37,729.36
Secretary of State Office-Necessary and
Regular Expense __________ _______________ 4,979.03
Secretary of State Office-Printing Legal Notices ____ 168.61
Secretary of State Office-Speedy Publication Laws __ 4,112.70
Printing Laws ___________________------------____ 5,400.00
Revision and Compilation of Statutes ______ _______ 1,215.80
Revision and Compilation of Statutes-Printing and Binding __ 30,067.10
State Department of Public Instruction-Salaries _________ 82,388.81
State Department of Public Instruction-Salaries,
Old Appropriation ____________________________ 100.91
State Department of Public Instruction-Necessary and
Regular Expense _______ _____________________ 24,243.78
Revision and Compilation of Statutes-Salaries ..__________ 19,978.14
Revision and Compilation of Statutes-Necessary and
Regular Expense ___________ ______ ________ 2,751.98
Refund Over-Payment of Tax on Insurance Premiums __ 1,348.14
Florida Centennial Commission ____________ __ 10,651.87
Supreme Court-Salaries ___________________________ 83,303.28
Supreme Court-Necessary and Regular Expense __- 24,448.79
Supreme Court-Salary and Per Diem _______ ___ 1,239.00
Judicial Department-Salaries _____________ 346,539.52
Judicial Department-Necessary and Regular __--_ 28,617.90










Name of Account Amount
Judicial Department-Necessary and Regular,
1939-41 Appropriation _____ ________________ 163.05
Judicial Department-Jurors and Witnesses _____ 203,961.14
Judicial Department-Salaries, State Attorneys and
Stenographers ________------------------------ __ .3,000.00
Expense Primary Elections ____ __________ 5,598.07
Fire Insurance Excess Premiums ____________________ 60,780.48
Governor's Mansion-For Help, Care, Upkeep, Repair,
and Painting __________________________ 6,714.61
Governor's Mansion-Furnishings __________________ 2,267.43
Capitol and Grounds-Salaries and Labor _____________- 16,784.51
Capitol and Grounds-Necessary and Regular ___ 30,426.34
Governor's Mansion-Repairs and Alterations ____ 12,016.05
Remodeling and Refurnishing Senate Offices, Chamber and
Committee Rooms ______________________________ 11.85
Florida State Hospital-Colored Patients (Female),
Building Repairs ________________________________ 6,908.16
Florida State Hospital-Receiving Hospital Repairs __ 73.00
Florida State Hospital-General Infirmary Repairs ___ 6,057.50
Florida State Hospital-New Infirmary Building ____ 3,750.00
Florida Farm Colony-Sewage Disposal Plant ___ 72.32
Florida Industrial School for Boys-Vocational Education
Building and Two Dormitories ________ _______ 1,423.67
Florida Industrial School for Boys-Vocational Education
Building and Two Dormitories (old appropriation) 189.30
Rehabilitation Agricultural Experiment Station Building 33,129.57
Florida Farm Colony-Addition to Auditorium __ _____ 5,103.75
Florida Farm Colony-Remodeling Wards I and S, and
Addition to Ward D __________------------ -__ 2,496.23
Florida Farm Colony-Boiler for Power Plant Fund _____- 4,499.30
Florida Farm Colony-Additional Transformer for
Electric Lines ______________________ 377.19
Florida Farm Colony-Pick Up Truck ___________-- 789.00
Florida Farm Colony-Motion Picture Machine and Equipment 1,940.96
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, Second Boiler at Main
Plant and Installation of New Plants ___ __________ 2,445.36
South Wing of Capitol-Construction and Furnishings _____ 11,000.00
Florida National Guard-Salaries __________ ____ 12,083.29
Florida National Guard-Necessary and Regular Expense ___ 7,633.62
Florida National Guard-Salaries 1939-41 Appropriation __ 519.09
Military Department of Florida-Special Expense
(Purchase Land) ______________________ 18,074.67
Military Department of Florida-Special _______________ 1,955.00
Military Department of Florida-Salaries ______ 27,111.27
Military Department of Florida-Necessary and Regular ___ 76,711.45
Railroad Commission-Salaries _______________________ 45,367.55
Railroad Commission-Necessary and Regular Expense 23,310.16
Railroad Commission Necessary and Regular-Old
Appropriation Certified ________________________- 223.40
Railroad Commission-Special _____---------------____ 6,929.94
Railroad Commission-Southern Rate Case Emergency 81.82
Railroad Commission-Necessary and Regular 1939-1941
Appropriation ________________ 1,093.79
State Labor Inspector-Salary .-------------------------. 2,350.00
State Labor Inspector-Traveling Expense ______ 2,453.30
State Labor Inspector-Incidental __________ 1,609.80
State Board of Education-Investigating and Protecting Lands_ 165.57
State Board of Law Examiners _______________ 2,050.00
Livestock Sanitary Board-Salaries ___________ 59,051.23
Livestock Sanitary Board-Necessary and Regular Expense __ 42,439.66
Livestock Sanitary Board-Additional Veterinarians _______ 6,574.20
Livestock Sanitary Board-Travel Expenses, Three additional
Veterinarians ____________ ____---__ _____ 2,318.03
Livestock Sanitary Board-Purchase of Serum and Virus --_- 181,462.61









Name of Account Amount
Everglades Fire Control District-1940-1941 __________ 877.46
Everglades Fire Control District ____-._ _____ 54,455.48
Everglades Fire Control-Salaries 1937-1939 Appropriation
Certified ______________________-____ ___ 249.08
State Board of Health-Salaries __- ____ __------- 112,943.86
State Board of Health-Necessary and Regular _______ 116,920.45
State Board of Health-1939-41 Appropriation _--- 30.96
State Board of Health-Maintenance 17 Health Units ___ 133,201.86
State Board of Health-Prevention of Venereal Disease _- 33,906.26
State Tuberculosis Board-Salaries ___________--- 3,945.00
State Tuberculosis Board-Salaries (old appropriation) 493.58
State Tuberculosis Board, Necessary and Regular ___ 1,838.44
State Tuberculosis Board-Necessary and Regular
1939-1941 Appropriation _----------------- ____ 2,206.57
State Tuberculosis Board-Special ____________ 300.00
State Tuberculosis Board-Special (old appropriation) __- 1,032.75
State Plant Board-Salaries _____________---- 127,765.11
State Plant Board-Necessary and Regular _______ __ 43,675.37
State Plant Board-Necessary and Regular-
1939-1941 Appropriation ____________-_-- 25.45
State Plant Board-Sweet Potato, Weevil Eradication ____- 700.16
State Plant Acts of 1927 _______ ____ __ 35,000.00
State Plant Board-Apiary Industry ___ _____ ___ 3,516.97
State Plant Board-Combating White Fringed Beetle ------ 8,059.05
State Plant Board-Combating White Fringed Beetle __
1939-1941 Appropriation ____________ _____ 17.95
Agricultural Extension Service-Salaries ___------ 64,009.24
Agricultural Extension Service Necessary and Regular Expense 41,693.56
Agricultural Extension Service-Necessary and Regular
1939-1941 Appropriation -_______ -_ ___- 126.20
Agricultural Extension Service-Special 4-H Club Camps ___ 705.67
Main Experiment Station-Salaries .________ .__________ 117,405.32
Main Experiment Station-Necessary and Regular ___ 110,085.14
Vegetable Crops Laboratory-Salaries ____ _. __ 8,046.07
Vegetable Crops Laboratory-Necessary and Regular ______ 15,418.67
Strawberry Investigations-Laboratory, Salaries ___. 3,773.35
Strawberry Investigations-Laboratory-Necessary and
Regular __________________________ 1,952.36
Bright Leaf Tobacco Investigation for Blue Mold Treatment __ 457.01
Potato Disease Investigations-Salaries ----- 7,792.26
Potato Disease Investigations-Necessary and Regular ..___ 3,962.11
Laboratory at Hastings _______ _____________ 659.63
Pecan Investigations Laboratory-Necessary and Regular ___ 340.69
Fumigation Research-Salaries __________________ 200.00
Fumigation Research-Necessary and Regular ____- 72.80
Grape Pest Investigation-Salary ____ _____________ 257.44
Grape Pest Investigation-Necessary and Regular ____ 47.70
Celery Investigations-Salaries _________________-- 8,500.29
Celery Investigations-Necessary and Regular ----.-------- 6,029.39
Citrus Experiment Station-Lake Alfred-Salaries .__ 40,706.92
Citrus Experiment Station-Lake Alfred-
Necessary and Regular ___________--_---- 24,441.06
Everglades Experiment Station-Salaries .__.__ 32,549.15
Everglades Experiment Station-Necessary and Regular ____- 27,195.25
Everglades Experiment Station- (Continuing) _.__ 5,000.00
North Florida Experiment Station-Salaries ..___ .--- 17,930.13
North Florida Experiment Station-Necessary and Regular __ 18,374.94
Sub Tropical Experiment Station-Salaries _______-______ 17,575.68
Sub Tropical Experiment Station-Necessary and
Regular Expense --____________-- ______._ -___._ --__ 5,574.22
North Florida Experiment Station-Mobile Units-Salaries 1,692.33
Watermelon Investigations Laboratory-Salaries _. 350.00
North Florida Experiment Station-Mobile Units-Necessary
and Regular _____________________ 2,846.91










Name of Account
Watermelon Investigations Laboratory- Necessary
and Regular -__ --------------------
Special Poultry and Turkey Investigations-Salaries _____
Special Poultry and Turkey Investigations-Necessary and
Regular Expense ----------------------- --
Special Dairy Investigations-Salaries ___ _---- -----
Special Dairy Investigations-Necessary and Regular __-- _
Weather Forecasting Service-Salaries -----------------
Weather Forecasting Service-Necessary and Regular Expense
Cotton and Peanut Investigations-Necessary and Regular
Expense _-------------------------------------
Special Pasture Research Demonstration ------ ---
Demonstration Work of Bright or Flue Cured Tobacco _----
Hardee County Experimental Station -----------------
Agricultural Experiment Station-Special Additional for
Vegetable Crops-Laboratory for Plant Pathologist and
Entomologist Annually __ ____-
Special Vegetable Crops Laboratory-Greenhouse, Building
for Trailers, Equipment for Biennium-- ---------
Agricultural Experiment Station-Emergency Fund ----
Gladioli Investigation-Salaries ---------------- --
Gladioli Investigation-Necessary and Regular --------
Watermelon and Grape Investigations Laboratory-Salaries _-
Watermelon and Grape Investigation Laboratory-
Necessary and Regular ---------------------
Commissioner of Agriculture-Sea Island Cotton _--_
Range Cattle Station-Salaries--------
Range Cattle Station-Necessary and Regular -----------
State Plant Board-Apiary Industry-Salaries --------
State Plant Board-Apiary Industry-Necessary and
Regular ------------------ ---------- -
State-wide Soil Survey-Cooperative -- ---------
State Board of Forestry-Salaries ----- --
State Board of Forestry-Necessary and Regular _------
Geological Survey-Salaries .-- --------
Geological Survey-Salaries (Old Appropriation) ____----
Geological Survey-Necessary and Regular ___-------
Geological Survey-Necessary and Regular-1937-39
Appropriation ------------------
Geological Survey-Special Field Investigation -----------
State Board of Conservation-Emergency ---------------
State Board of Conservation-Special --- ---------
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions-Salaries ----
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions-
Necessary and Regular _-------- ---------
Florida Crippled Children's Commission-Salaries ---------
Florida Crippled Children's Commission-Necessary and
Regular Expense ___-----
Florida State Hospital-Salaries --- -------------
Florida State Hospital-Necessary and Regular --_----
Florida State Hospital-Necessary and Regular
(Old Appropriation) .. -----------------
Florida State Hospital-Special for Transportation of
Patients -- --- -- ----- ----------
Florida Farm Colony-Salaries -- --------------
Florida Farm Colony-Necessary and Regular -----------
Florida Farm Colony-Necessary and Regular
(Old Appropriation) ___-- ----------------
State Tuberculosis Board-Sanitorium Maintenance Fund _-
Purchase, Distribution, and Administration of Insulin __--__
Purchase, Distribution, and Administration of Insulin
1939-1941 Appropriation --------------
State Prison Farm-Salaries ------------------------
State Prison Farm-Necessary and Regular --------------


Amount

642.96
280.50

138.81
1,168.79
548.07
1,180.00
15,995.39

526.26
5,618.47
1,439.82
11,089.64


3,563.33

6,356.67
3,130.56
750.00
634.76
8,202.09

4,260.00
27,980.40
4,134.55
5,665.14
8,527.42

5,743.56
4,405.76
74,999.82
234,474.03
18,173.94
864.45
10,456.31
279.81
16,618.49
29,999.79
18,114.99
7,878.47

5,673.42
19,723.88

119,992.47
575,863.64
1,016,626.91

55.02

7,496.98
47,773.35
131,399.86

1,577.69
321,514.76
2,352.10

1,063.14
102,137.56
409,805.41










Name of Account Amount
State Prison Farm Necessary and Regular
(Old Appropriation) _______- --_____ ______________ 20,907.66
Florida Industrial School for Girls-Salaries ____________ 21,497.60
Florida Industrial School for Girls-Necessary and Regular __ 48,391.19
Florida Industrial School for Girls-Special Emergency Repairs 4,959.21
Florida Industrial School for Girls--rSpecial Deficiency for
Biennium _____1_____________________ 11,598.97
Florida Industrial School for Girls-Special Emergency Repairs
and Replacements Biennium ____________________ 2,564.88
Florida Industrial School for Boys-Salaries _......._________ 58,347.18
Florida Industrial School for Boys-Salaries (1939-1941) __ 13.62
Florida Industrial School for Boys-Necessary and Regular 122,653.77
Florida Industrial School for Boys-Necessary and Regular
(1939-1941 Appropriation) __________ _______ 332.36
National Conference Uniform Laws-Expense 3 Commissioners 134.40
Council of State Governments __________ ________ 1,000.00
State Parole Commission-Salaries __________ 32,215.87
State Parole Commission-Necessary and Regular _______ 31,065.57
State Parole Commission Examining Board-
Per Diem and Expense __________ __________ 2,229.04
Board of Control-Salaries ____________ _________ 8,579.93
Board of Control-Necessary and Regular ______________ 4,322.94
Board of Control-Special Department of Architecture _____ 2,968.07
Board of Control-State Soil Conservation Board ___ __ 113.05
University of Florida-Salaries ____________ 766,987.63
University of Florida-Necessary and Regular ____________ 294,438.59
University of Florida-Necessary and Regular
(1939-41 Appropriation) _____________ 38.40
University of Florida-Forestry Department ____ 947.09
University of Florida-School of Forestry 1942 __________ 4,806.70
University of Florida-Furnishing Seagle Building ___ 4,000.52
University of Florida-School of Forestry (1941
Appropriation) __________-__________ 18,757.59
University of Florida-Radio Station WRUF-Salaries ____- 800.00
Radio Station WRUF Necessary and Regular ______ 857.93
University of Florida-Radio Station WRUF Special Repairs,
Replacement and Additional to Plant _____ _---- 537.82
University of Florida-School of Forestry--1942 Appropriation 12,290.30
Florida State College for Women-Salaries ______ 513,613.70
Florida State College for Women-Necessary and Regular
Expense __-__________ _______1- ____ 142,475.58
Florida State College for Women-Necessary and Regular
1939-1941 Appropriation _____ ___ _______ 12.90
Florida State College for Women-Home Demonstration
Extension Salaries ______ _______________ 4,377.92
Florida State College for Women-Home Demonstration
Extension Necessary and Regular ------------------- 5,081.20
Florida State College for Women-Installation Radio
Facilities WTAL College Radio Program _____ 9.75
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind-Salaries -_________ 90,196.13
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind-Necessary and
Regular Expense ____ _____________________ 133,803.15
Florida School for Deaf and Blind-Necessary and Regular
1939-1941 Appropriation __ 28.05
Florida A and M College-Salaries _________ ________ 126,489.92
Florida A and M College-Necessary and Regular ________ 59,481.16
Florida A and M College-Necessary and Regular Expense
(old appropriation) ______________________ 712.05
Florida A and M College-Summer School-Salaries ._ 5,062.50
Florida A and M College-Necessary Repairs to Present
Buildings __________________ ________ 3,568.72
Florida A and M College-Necessary Repairs to Dairy Barn,
Greenhouse, Etc. _____________________ ____ 12,181.78
Florida A and M College-Emergency _________________ 3,933.32









Name of Account Amount
Chair of Americanism and Southern History-University
of Florida ______________________ _______ 2,662.73
University of Florida-Chair of Americanism and Southern
History 1940-41 Appropriation ___________________ 3.50
Florida State College for Women-Chair of Americanism
and Southern History ____--------------------- ____ 2,500.00
Vocational Education-State Administrative _____ 2,820.76
George Deen-State ____ _____ _----- -- 140,076.12
George Deen-State (1939-41 Appropriation) ___ 15,573.07
Smith-Hughes-State _____________-- 98,488.51
Smith-Hughes-State (old appropriation) _______________ 10,066.56
State Rehabilitation _____________________ 45,784.47
State Rehabilitation-1939 and 1941 Appropriation ______ 19.85
Appropriation to Agricultural College Fund _____________ 7,750.00
State Library Board-Salaries ________ ----__ 10,433.59
State Library Board-Salaries-1939-41 Appropriation 149.15
State Library Board-Necessary and Regular ______ 6,761.24
State Library Board-Converting Old House Chamber ______ 5,371.50
State Library Board-Historical Program _______________ 5,131.26
Free Text Books ___________ ____________ __ 473,196.64
Florida Exhibit at the New York World's Fair ___ 33,000.00
Florida National Exhibits, Inc. __________--- 200,000.00
Dade Memorial Park _. ______ __________ 600.00
Centennial Park-Port St. Joe ----------- -- 25.00
Everglades National Park-Commission _-______- -_______ 8,206.64
Everglades National Park-Commission-State 1937-1939
Appropriation __________ __________________ 1,539.65
Everglades National Park-Commission-State 1939-1941
Appropriation ________________________ 5.00
Stephen Foster Memorial ______________ _______ 12,576.35
Judiah P. Benjamin-Memorial ______ _______ 1,161.88
Judiah P. Benjamin-Memorial-1940 Appropriation 52.00
Natural Bridge Monument and Park _________ 294.05
V. Davis Chapter 1890 UDC for Olustee Monument _______ 1,500.00
Retired Officers and Employees (Ch. 12293) __ ___ 312.50
Special Pension-Eugene Hawkins _________ 520.00
Special Pension-Jacob Fisher _____________ 480.00
Special Pension-Harvey C. Artis ____________ 480.00
Special Pension-Roy Campbell _____..________________ 1,775.00
Retirement of Officials and Employees (Ch. 17274) ___ 14,692.18
Retirement of Supreme Court Justices ______ 8,125.00
Special Pension-Ada Cooper Law ____ ________ 300.00
Retirement Officials and Employees-Act of 1941 (Ch.
20499)----------- 6,915.30
Relief of M. E. Decker _______________ 612.65
Relief of Rhoda Ellis _______________ 2,800.00
Relief of James Dunning ___________________ 2,450.00
Relief of M. L. Horton and Helen Horton ______ 1,000.00
Relief of Herbert Jones ______________ 3,000.00
Relief of Robert J. Boone ____________ 300.00
Relief of Mary V. Cherry ------____________________ 1,150.00
Relief of Julian Yates ______________________ 1,440.00
Relief Acts-Various __- 22,687.24
Educational Opportunity to Children of Worl .War2,8.
Veterans (Ch. 17474) ____ _____________ __ 3,767.95
School Teachers' Pensions ___________________ 54,548.17
Educational Opportunities-Children of Veterans ___ 3,882.05
For the Retirement of Teachers ____________ 200,000.00
Teachers' Retirement System-Salaries ________ 22,568.32
Teachers' Retirement System-Necessary and Regular Expense 6,497.64
State Service Officers-Salaries 10,989.19
State Service Officers-Necessary and Regular ______ 1,986.38
State Service Officer-Traveling Expenses-
Field Secretaries -------_-----------_________ 1,836.10










Name of Account
Florida Industrial Commission-UCAF-Employment
Service Account --------
Florida Economic Advancement Council-------------
Florida Economic Advancement Council-Cooperation with
Florida Representatives in Congress ______----- ---
Florida Economic Advancement Council, Division of Industries
and Material Resources __ ______ -__
State Welfare Board-WPA-Certifications -------------
Florida Council for the Blind-Salaries ____-------
Florida Council for the Blind-Necessary and Regular _-----
Aid to Dependent Children __---- ----------
Confederate Pensions _-_________
Retirement of State Militia Personnel __- ___
Appropriation for Transferring Funds from General
Revenue Under Chapter 12295 __- ----------
Tax Certificate Fund-Chapter 18313 ______------

Total Disbursements from General Revenue Fund --------


Amount


21,452.00
11,864.49

7,490.56

9,799.23
14,344.65
3,647.79
3,395.95
167,358.89
225,000.00
3,885.15

12,000.00
10,856.43

11,923,399.63


NOTE:- The above included the following transfers from General Revenue
Appropriations:

TO:
State Treasurer's Office-Insurance Department,
Necessary and Regular Expense -- ---------- 916.00
County Assessors and Collectors Commission Fund _-- 94,000.00
Florida National Guard-Salaries ___--- 429.23
Livestock Sanitary Board-Salaries ---- -- --- 1,200.00
Livestock Sanitary Board-Necessary and Regular Expense __ 129.75
Tick Eradication Fund ------1,624.56
Various County Health Unit Funds ------------------ 133,201.86
Tuberculosis Board Sanatorium Maintenance Fund ___-- 321,514.76
University of Florida-School of Forestry
(1941 Appropriation) ------------187.85
University of Florida-Radio Station WRUF-Necessary
and Regular Expense ------------ 320.50
University of Florida-Chair of Americanism and Southern
History (1940-41 App.) -------3.50
State Rehabilitation __ _______ __- 72.45
Interest Agricultural College Fund ______--- ----- 7,750.00
State Library Board-Salaries-- ---------------- 160.00
Retirement of Teachers ---- --------- 200,000.00
State Service Officers-Necessary and Regular Expense ____ 179.89
Employment Security Administration Fund __----- --- 21,452.00
State Welfare Fund-Beverage Receipts for Aid to
Dependent Children --- ---------------- 167,358.89
State Welfare Fund-WPA Certifications ------------- 14,344.65
Pension Tax Fund ___-------- ----------- 225,000.00
State Planning Board Fund __------------------------- 219.22
General Inspection Fund --------- 12,000.00


Total Amount of Transfers from General Revenue Fund


$ 1,202,065.11









ANALYSIS OF REVENUES BY SOURCE CREDITED TO THE TEACHERS SALARY FUND FROM STATE APPROPRIATIONS BY J. EDWIN
LARSON AS EX-OFFICIO TREASURER OF THE TEACHERS SALARY FUND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1941-42

COUNTY SCHOOL FUND


13.34% .07% 67.86% 10.72% 4.69% 96.68% .46% 1.87% .99% 100.%

1/2 Cent Auto Motor Beverage Licenses County 1 Mill Int. of Retailer
COUNTY Gasoline Transpt. Vehicle Inventory School Fund State School Occupation Total
Tax Tax License Tax Tax Tax Total School Tax Fund Tax Fund


$ 203,525.82 $ 32,141.28
45,434.86 7,175.19
117,032.50 18,482.05
61,501.15 9,712.40
86,103.11 13,597.61
148,698.88 23,482.88
64,989.93 10,263.36
19,413.92 3,065.89
39,501.02 6,238.09
48,816.43 7,709.20
23,795.08 3,757.77
95,668.92 15,108.26
850,933.26 134,381.40
44,256.78 6,989.14
40,223.07 6,352.12
741,415.10 117,086.02
339,917.27 53,680.54
16,873.17 2,664.65
32,541.11 5,138.97
152,184.25 24,033.30
30,456.40 4,809.74
15,135.91 2,390.30
34,712.69 5,481.91
63,187.53 9,978.72
62,541.48 9,876.70
25,222.89 3,983.26
34,604.12 5,464.76
60,277.61 9,519.18
728,581.06 115,059.24
131,413.11 20,753.07
49,191.69 7,768.47
217,358.78 34,325.81


$ 14,066.80
3,140.25
8,088.78
4,250.69
5,951.06
10,277.40
4,491.82
1,341.80
2,730.14
3,373.97
1,644.61
6,612.21
58,812.72
3,058.83
2,780.04
51,243.30
23,493.57
1,166.20
2,249.10
10,518.30
2,105.01
1,046.13
2,399.19
4,367.24
4,322.59
1,743.29
2,391.68
4,166.12
50,356.27
9,082.69
3,399.91
15,022.87


$ 289,938.02
64,725.42
166,721.71
87,613.06
122,660.43
211,832.87
92,583.10
27,656.60
56,272.21
69,542.70
33,897.90
136,287.65
1,212,219.16
63,047.15
57,300.82
1,056,202.18
484,238.01
24,037.11
46,357.29
216,798:05
43,387.45
21,562.26
49,450.87
90,015.43
89,095.10
35,931.93
49,296.19
85,870.04
1,037,919.12
187,207.97
70,077.31
309,644.11


$ 1,391.88
310.72
800.37
420.60
588.85
1,016.93
444.46
132.77
270.14
333.85
162.73
654.27
5,819.42
302.67
275.08
5,070.43
2,324.65
115.39
222.54
1,040.77
208.29
103.51
237.40
432.13
427.71
172.50
236.65
412.23
4,982.66
898.72
336.42
1,486.49


$ 5,594.48 $ 2,987.62
1,248.91 666.95
3,216.97 1,717.95
1,690.54 902.80
2,366.79 1,263.93
4,087.41 2,182.79
1,786.43 954.01
533.65 284.98
1,085.80 579.85
1,341.86 716.59
654.08 349.29
2,629.73 1,404.35
23,390.32 12,491.10
1,216.52 649.66
1,105.65 590.45
20,379.94 10,883.45
9,343.59 4,989.75
463.81 247.69
894.49 477.68
4,183.22 2,233.96
837.18 447.08
416.05 222.18
954.17 509.56
1,736.89 927.55
1,719.13 918.06
693.32 370.25
951.19 507.97
1,656.90 884.83
20,027.15 10,695.07
3,612.26 '1,929.05
1,352.17 722.10
5,974.73 3,190.67


299,912.00
66,952.00
172,457.00
90,627.00
126,880.00
219,120.00
95,768.00
28,608.00
58,208.00
71,935.00
35,064.00
140,976.00
1,253,920.00
65,216.00
59,272.00
1,092,536.00
500,896.00
24,864.00
47,952.00
224,256.00
44,880.00
22,304.00
51,152.00
93,112.00
92,160.00
37,168.00
50,992.00
88,824.00
1,073,624.00
193,648.00
72,488.00
320,296.00


Alachua ----
Baker
Bay .. ---_
Bradford ---
Brevard -
Broward ----
Calhoun ____
Charlotte ---
Citrus ---
Clay ------
Collier ------
Columbia --
Dade
De Soto _.---
Dixie
Duval
Escambia __--
Flagler _____-
Franklin -
Gadsden -
Gilchrist ---
Glades --_-
Gulf --
Hamilton ____
Hardee
Hendry .....
Hernando --
Highlands __-
Hillsborough
Holmes ____
Indian River
Jackson -


$ 40,002.02
8,930.00
23,002.17
12,087.75
16,923.15
29,226.05
12,773.46
3,815.71
7,763.74
9,594.63
4,676.81
18,803.26
167,246.81
8,698.46
7,905.65
145,721.54
66,809.10
3,316.34
6,395.80
29,911.08
5,986.06
2,974.89
6,822.61
12,419.20
12,292.23
4,957.44
6,801.27
11,847.27
143,199.08
25,828.61
9,668.39
42,720.82


$ 202.10
45.12
116.21
61.07
85.50
147.66
64.53
19.28
39.22
48.47
23.63
95.00
844.97
43.94
39.94
736.22
337.53
16.75
32.31
151.12
30.24
15.03
34.47
62.74
62.10
25.05
34.36
59.86
723.47
130.49
48.85
215.83











Jefferson ___ 14,698.39 74.26 74,783.75 11,810.03 5,168.72 106,535.15 511.44 2,055.64 1,097.77 110,200.00
Lafayette -- 5,934.84 29.99 30,195.81 4768.59 2,087.00 43,016.23 206.50 830.02 443.25 44,496.00
Lake -___ 29,072.39 146.88 147,917.11 23359.42 10,223.37 210,719.17 1,011.59 4,065.92 2,171.32 217,968.00
Lee -------- 16,967.97 85.73 86,331.12 13,633.62 5,966.82 122,985.26 590.41 2,373.05 1,267.28 127,216.00
Leon ---. 31,666.35 159.98 161,114.88 25,443.65 11,135.54 229,520.40 1,101.84 4,428.70 2,365.06 237 416.00
Levy ___ 15,781.42 79.73 80,294.14 12,680.24 5,549.58 114,385.11 549.12 2,207.11 1,178.66 118,320.00
Liberty ---- 6,440.61 32.54 32,769.13 5,174.98 2,264.86 46,682.12 224.10 900.75 481.03 48,288.00
Madison -- 19,970.60 100.90 101,608.18 16,046.20 7,022.71 144,748.59 694.88 2,792.99 1 491.54 149,728.00
Manatee --- 26,932.99 136.07 137,032.07 21,640.43 9,471.05 195,212.61 937.14 3,766.72 2011.53 201,928.00
Marion 33,953.00 171.54 172,749.11 27,280.95 11,939.65 246,094.25 1,181.41 4,748.50 2,535.84 254,560.00
Martin ---.. 6,121.57 30.93 31,145.88 4,918.63 2,152.66 44,369.67 213.00 856.13 457.20 45,896.00
Monroe .0 9,840.18 49.71 50,065.76 7,906.51 3460.32 71,322.48 342.39 1,376.20 734.93 73,776.00
Nassau 13,159.72 66.49 66,955.21 10,573.73 4,627.65 95,382.80 457.90 1,840.45 982.85 98,664.00
Okaloosa 18,819.27 95.08 95,750.35 15,121.12 6,617.84 136,403.66 654.82 2,631.97 1,405.55 141,096.00
Okeechobee 3,808.24 19.24 19375.91 3 059.89 1,339.18 27,602.46 132.51 532.60 284.43 28,552.00
Orange 57,428.81 290.14 292,191.39 46,143.56 20,194.97 416,248.87 1,998.26 8,031.71 4,289.16 430,568.00
Osceola -- 8,761.41 44.26 44,577.09 7,039.72 3,080.97 63,503.45 304.86 1,225.33 654.36 65,688.00
Palm Beach 55,482.54 280.31 282,288.99 44,579.74 9,510.56 402,142.14 1,930.54 7,759.52 4,143.80 415,976.00
Pasco 14,965.14 75.61 76,140.99 12,024.36 5,262.53 108,468.63 520.72 2,092.95 1,117.70 112,200.00
Pinellas --- 67,356.22 340.30 342,700.96 54,120.15 23,685.97 488,203.60 2,343.68 9,420.11 5,030.61 504,998.00
Polk -..- 89,695.90 453.17 456,362.76 72,069.89 31,541.77 650,123.49 3,121.00 12,544.43 6,699.08 672,488.00
Putnam ---- 19,570.46 98.87 99,572.33 15,724.70 6,882.00 141,848.36 680.96 2,737.03 1,461.65 146,728.00
St. Johns--- 16,322.41 82.46 83,046.61 13,114.92 5,739.81 118,306.21 567.95 2,282.77 1,219.07 122,376.00
St. Lucie -.. 10,663.93 53.88 54,256.90 8,568.38 3,749.99 77,293.08 371.06 1,491.41 796.45 79,952.00 -
Santa Rosa 22,356.49 112.95 13,747.31 17,963.24 7,861.71 162,041.70 777.90 3,126.67 1,669.73 167,616.00
Sarasota -.- 16,269.06 82.20 82775.17 13,072.05 5,721.05 117,919.53 566.08 2,275.31 1,215.08 121,976.00
Seminole -- 19,675.03 99.40 100,104.37 15,808.72 6,918.77 142,606.29 684.60 2,751.65 1,469.46 147,512.00
Sumter 13,729.52 69.37 69,854.27 11,031.55 4,828.02 99,512.73 477.72 1,920.14 1,025.41 102,936.00
Suwannee _. 20,860.50 105.39 106,135.93 16,761.24 7.335.64 151,198.70 725.85 2,917.45 1,558.00 156,400.00
Taylor 3,074.36 66.05 66,520.89 10,505.14 4,597.63 94,764.07 454.93 1,828.52 976.48 98,024.00
Union 7,108.18 35.91 36,165.61 5,711.36 2,499.61 51,520.67 247.33 994.11 530.89 53,293.00
Volusia 43,566.98 220.11 221,663.93 35,005.69 15,320.43 315,777.14 1,515.93 6,093.06 3,253.87 326,640.00
Wakulla --- I 7,886.45 39.84 40,125.35 6,336.69 2,773.29 57,161.62 274.41 1,102.96 589.01 59,128.00
Walton 1 20,325.92 102.69 103,416.02 1,3.70 7,7.6 147323.99 707.25 2,842.68 1,518.08 152,392.00
Washington 18,842.74 95.20 95,869.79 15,139.98 6,626.09 136,573.80 655.64 2,635.26 1,407.30 141,272.00

Totals $ 1,706,230.99 $8,620.24 $8,681,113.97 1$1,370,942:05 $600,000.00 $12,366,907.25 $59,368.95 $238,625.15 1$127,432.65 1$12,792,334.00








ABSTRACT SHOWING BALANCES, RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF TEACHERS' SALARY FUND BY COUNTIES FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING
JUNE 30, 1942

INSTRUCTIONAL SALARY ACCOUNT


COUNTY Bal. June State Special
30, 1941 Taxes Deposits


$ 57,295.48 $ 270,088.00
5,838.25 53,824.00
27,222.48 156,481.00
2,559.46 76,699.00
104,248.00
25,268.88 206,256.00
27,711.66 82,200.00
643.63 22,264.00
1,241.41 46,296.00
375.29 57,799.00
1,291.40 26,592.00
4,373.03 116,184.00
37,075.66 1,204,208.00
2,771.42 57,064.00
9,374.11 47,552.00
1,654.25 1,034,352.00
365.98 452,528.00
1,129.89 18,688.00
3,649.09 41,496.00
12,768.98 207,256.00
2,637.86 33,448.00
1,178.55 16,784.00
2,482.02 43,216.00
2,228.70 76,120.00
3,376.08 75,400.00
3,334.55 31,640.00
2,027.52 41,464.00
2,130.19 76,056.00
9,575.78 1,004,160.00
2,385.91 159,000.00
393.22 59,992.00
20,815.75 278,280.00
26,857.64 99,752.00
S 32,120.00
4,213.22 190,080.00
89.98 108,336.00


$ 4,385.16












-- --3.
3,443.32











7.86
9,285.00
----------


Transfers
Salary from Trans-
Loans portation
Account

$ 24,500.00 $___.
29,500.00 6,500.00
57,000.00 -------
26,200.00 __ -
40,400.00 10,514.58
32,000.00 12,864.00
1,500.00 .-----_ .
7,432.57 6,344.00
23,500.00 3,500.00
10,300.00 _____-
4,700.00 ________
75,200.00 ---___.._
100,000.00 49,712.00
17,000.00 -------
7,000.00 ----
648,000.00 131.82
288,926.00 71.20
6,050.00 2,902.92
10,800.00 245.01
22,500.00 ---
8,400.00 6.48
4,600.00 _________
9,980.00
19,675.00 ____
48,400.001 --------
15,361.24 __-__--
16,050.00 ___ ._..-
16,300.00 2,595.38
811,000.00 18,500.00
46,550.00 -_
15,392.60 1,350.00
134,500.00 __
45,218.891 --- -
34,110.00 ___-__
37,400.00 ------


"Total Teachers'
Receipts Salaries
Receipts Paid


$ 356,268.64
95,662.25
240,703.48
105,458.46
155,162.58
276,388.88
111,411.66
36,684.20
74,537.41
68,474.29
32,583.40
195,757.03
1,390,995.66
76,835.42
63,926.11
1,684,138.07
741,891.18
28,770.81
59,633.42
242,524.98
44,492.34
22,562.55
55,678.02
98,023.70
127,176.08
50,335.79
59,541.52
97,081.57
1,843,235.78
207,935.91
77,127.82
433,595.75
126,609.64
77,346.75
237,688.22
145,825.98


$ 303,700.87
56,822.82
160,338.58
74,618.58
114,067.73
213,075.83
81,005.74
28,016.09
45,646.27
52,982.48
26,397.99
115,844.45
1,244,217.80
57,026.64
50,651.01
1,034.539.43
449,515.31
21,588.95
41,130.65
196,799.33
34,111.38
17,530.49
39,684.25
75,044.08
77,493.62
33,474.44
42,748.81
78,253.39
1,022,001.84
153,679.77
61,177.41
285,523.74
88,967.92
32,018.55
192,769.55
107,859.62


Salary Interest
Loans Paid on Transfers Total Dis-
a a Transfers Balance
Paid Salary bursements
Loans

$ 24,500.00$ 113.23 $ -_____$ 328,314.10 $ 27,954.54
29,500.00 184.13 --------- 86,506.95 9,155.30
57,000.00 213.211 -_- 217,551.79 23,151.69
26,200.00 158.75 -- -- 100,977.33 4,481.13
40,400.00 154,467.73 694.85
32,000.00 210.47 ----- 245,286.30 31,102.58
1,500.00 5.00 ---- 82,510.74 28,900.92
7,432.57 49.86 35,498.52 1,185.68
23,500.00 163.63 .. -. 69,309.90 5,227.51
10,300.00 113.19 --- 63,395.67 5.078.62
4,700.00 31,097.99 1,485.41 vu
75,200.00 228.48-------- 191,272.93 4,484.10
100,000.00 400.00 -----_-- 1,344,617.80 46,377.86
17,000.00 69.49 ------- 74,096.13 2,739.29
7,000.00 105.00 -----_- 57,756.01 6,170.10
648,000.00 1,598.64 _________ 1,684,138.07
288,926.00 788.37---------- 739,229.68 2,661.50
6,050.00 75.97 --- 27,714.92 1,055.89
10,800.00 108.00 ------ 52,038.65 7,594.77
22,500.00 255.34 __ 219,554.67 22,970.31
8,400.00 --- --- 42,511.38 1,980.96
4,600.00 63.67 22,194.16 368.39
9,980.00 36.54 ________ 49,700.791 5,977.23
19,675.00 98.62--- 94,817.701 3,206.00
48,400.00 843.921 126,737.54 438.54
15,361.24 150.641 ___ 48,986.321 1,349.47
16,050.00 86.051 ----- 58,884.86 656.66
16,300.00 209.74 ____---- 94,763.13 2,318.44
811,000.00 3,555.54 ________ 1,836,557.38 6,678.40
46,550.00 249.841 -_______ 200,479.61 7,456.30
15,392.60 95.081 --- 76,665.091 462.73
134,500.00 634.271 ---420,658.011 12,937.74
S---- ---- 88,967.92 37,641.72
45,218.89 109.311__-_-____ 77,346.75 -
34,110.00--_ I-_________ 226,879.55 10,808.67
37,400.00 128.351 ------ 145,387.97 438.01


Alachua --
Baker -
Bay __ -
Bradford ----
Brevard --
Broward
Calhoun -
Charlotte _
Citrus -
Clay -----
Collier -----
Columbia --_
Dade -
De Soto __--
'Dixie -
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden --
Gilchrist -
Glades -.
Gulf
Hamilton -__-
Hardee
Hendry ---
Hernando --
Highlands _--
Hillsborough __
Holmes __--
Indian River __
Jackson --
Jefferson ---
Lafayette --_
Lake
Lee _













Leon --------_ 595.16
Levy -------- 2,288.98
Liberty -_--_- 4,231.61
Madison _-- 20,309.28
Manatee ___ 330.75
Marion ---- 18,591.14
Martin 3,193.52
Monroe 1,834.48
Nassau ______ 2,941.73
Okaloosa _--_ 4,704.52
Okeechobee 41.90
Orange 33,639.90
Osceola ______ 580.53
Palm Beach -- 13,899.22
Pasco --_ 1 11,095.85
Pasco Race
Track Dist. 321.98
Pinellas -____ 1,028.31
Polk ______ 48,481.23
Putnam ____ 27,569.74
St. Johns -__- 1,398.65
St. Lucie --- 12.02
Santa Rosa __ 3,514.60
Sarasota --- 2,242.53
Seminole _-- 4,403.33
Sumter __ 1,835.76
Suwannee ---- 2,976.77
Taylor __ -- 503.19
Union ____- 2,492.88
Volusia __ 974.59
Wakulla __- 2,034.44
Walton --- 11,661.02
Washington --1 11,322.73


218,320.00
98,704.00
31,032.00
125,808.00
175,104.00
222,040.00
38,248.00
72,744.00
78,296.00
114,720.00
21,800.00
396,992.00
55,336.00
388,376.00
93,472.00


.3C


15,896.46 -.-_ ---
469,710.00 ------
599,272.00 ------
130,792.00 ---- -
108,664.00 6,036.89
68,144.00 -------
132,144.00 -------
106,304.00 ---- -
128,984.00 ----
82,464.00 37.50
131,800.00 -- --
80,792.00 __.
43,365.00 152.02
301,120.00 ----
45,992.00 ____
122,840.00 _---
115,568.00


46,500.00 -
55,000.00 49.58
14,330.00 --------
171,310.00
60,000.00 13,225.50
12,225.00 ___-___-
1,032.00
15,250.00
77,000.00 _--_--_
10,490.00 1,550.00
92,342.71 33,576.00
7,031.14
148,400.00 1,897.79
44,245.00 10,362.36
1,350.00 _
149,797.66 ____--_
180,000.00 1,098.74
24,500.00 ______---
26,033.11 ___- --_--
23,027.00 __-___- -
34,500.00 --_____-
62,150.00 ____
27,000.00 18,528.00
55,908.64 _
117,428.00 ____
31,000.00 -------_
13,900.00 _____---
158,000.001 ______-__
12,750.001 _____---
34,300.00 -__- -
36,600.001 407.41


265,415.16
156,042.56
35,263.61
160,447.58
346,744.75
313,856.64
53,666.52
75,610.48
96,487.73
196,424.52
33,881.90
556,550.61
62,947.67
552,573.01
159,175.21
17,568.44
620,535.97
828,851.97
182,861.74
142,132.65
91,183.02
170,158.60
170,696.53
178,915.33
140,245.90
252,204.77
112,295.19
59,909.90
460,094.59
60,776.44
168,801.02
163,898.14


216,740.06 46,500.00 337.27 _____ 263,577.33 1,837.83
98,116.38 55,000.00 370.42 ____ 153,486.80 2,555.76
34,096.97 ----------- ----- 134,096.97 1,166.64
119,269.75 14,330.00 104.98 6,60400t 140,308.73 20,138.85
174,067.19 171,310.00 1,203.97 ----___- 346,581.16 163.59
253,167.93 60,000.00 ___________ 313,167.93 688.71
39,130.67 12,225.00 98.90-___-- 51,454.57 2,211.95
66,834.80 ... 66,834.80 8,775.68
79,237.99 15,250.00 173.311------ 94,661.30 1,826.43
111,067.09 77,000.00 310.98 ____ 188,378.07 8,046.45
22,477.10 10,490.00 2.73 -- 32,969.83 912.07
459,909.12 92,342.71 34.79 --___ 552,286.62 4,263.99
59,948.22 --- 59,948.22 2,999.45
400,097.24 148,400.00 -1,375.50 ----- 549,872.74 2,700.27
111,139.69 44,245.00 322.67 _________ 155,707.36 3,467.85
1,310.08 3,850.00 446.00 11,962.36t 17,568.44
470,343.92 149,797.66--_ ____ 620,141.58 394.39
486,503.74 180,000.00 813.02 _________ 667,316.76 161,535.21
129,524.35 24,500.00 154,024.35 28,837.39
115,231.80 20,600.00 189.26-- 136,021.06 6,111.59
67,613.11 23,027.00 95.50 --------- 90,735.61 447.41
128,054.25 34,500.00 190.43 --_______ 162,744.68 7,413.92 uw
107,520.33 62,150.00 333.64 ----- 170,003.97 692.56 o'
142,628.85 27,000.00 240.00 ------ 169,868.85 9,046.48
79,538.94 55,908.64 423.98 ------- 135,871.56 4,374.34
127,600.80 117,428.00 272.86 ________ 245,301.66 6,903.11
80,836.52 31,000.00 351.74 ---- -- 112,188.26 106.93
45,330.03 13,900.00 166.98 --- 59,397.01 512.89
299,002.10 158,000.00 679.64 --- 457,681.74 2,412.85
45,484.31 12,750.00 170.00 -.-- 558,404.31 2,372.13
131,495.33 34,300.00 304.67 ---- 166,100.00 2,701.02
121,605.53 36,600.00 342.35 .--- 158,547.88 5,350.26


TOTALS ---_. 1$547,389.661$11,422,766.461$23,348.051 $4,430,783.421$203,995.91 $16,628,283.50[$11,535,249.601 $4,427,850.311$20,457.921$18,566.361$16,002,124.191$626,159.31
15,896.46
$11,406,870.00-Net Total State Taxes
t-$ 6,604.00 Transferred to Transportation Account.
$- 11,962.36 Total transfers from Race Track Distribution, $10,362.36
transferred to Current Salary; $1,600.00 transferred to Transportation.








ABSTRACT SHOWING BALANCES, RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF TEACHERS' SALARY FUND BY COUNTIES FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING
JUNE 30, 1942

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT

COUal. une tate pei Loans Transfers t Transporta- Transpor- Int. Paid Transfers Total
SLoans Traner station on Tras- to Salary Disburse- Balance
30, 1941 Taxes Deposits Receipts tion Paid Loans Paid portation Account ments
Loans


Alachua
Baker
Bay ____-------------
Bradford ---- _
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay ___- __
Collier
Columbia
Dade ___________--
DeSoto -
Dixie __________
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin -
Gadsden
Gilchrist -
Glades ________
Gulf
Hamilton -
Hardee
Hendry __
Hernando -
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes ____-
Indian River -
Jackson -- --
Jefferson _
Lafayette ____
Lake -
Lee ---


$ 485.74
3,352.15
222.19
710.91
1,137.61
148,03
----- v4s o
1,542.42
79.84
1,714.46
240.99
----------
1,500.04
274.87
127.55
2,536.50
316.00
15,403.85
1,139.42
546.63
323.79
63.00
385.62
1,346.99
173.66
254.73
1,602.49
1,446.58
291.23
6,968.59
150.00
5,013.63
1,048.94


$ 29,824.00 $
13,128.00 ____--
15,976.00 887.57
13,928.00 -___---
22,632.00 --___
12,864.00 --_---
13,568.00 -
6,344.00 -------
11,912.00 --------
14,136.00
8,472.00
24,792.00 ----
49,712.00 ________
8,152.00 ---
11,720.00 1,175.12
58,184.00 ----
48,368.00
6,176.00 _
6,456.00 48.05
17,000.00 _-___- -
11,432.00 __.
5,520.00 ___
7,936.00 __--
16,992.00 76.83
16,760.00 -----
5,528.00 ----
9,528.00 -__
12,768.00 __-__
69,464.00 -__--
34,648.00 .___.-
12,496.00 _____-
42,016.00 --
10,448.00 --_-_
12,376.00 10.38
27,888.00 ------
18,880.00 --.-.-


$ 9,350.00
5,050.00
12,885.16
13,000.00
4,000.00
8,400.00
------.Oo-

4,806.80
1,800.00
17,100.00
2,700.00
4,000.00
19,458.40
500.00
2,383.67
500.00
700.00
1,000.00
2,525.00
14,060.00
12,700.00
1,773.00
6,850.00
3,500.00
29,175.00
1,758.20
6,000.00
22,015.05
850.00
8,950.00


$


$ 39,659.74
21,530.15
29,970.92
27,638.91
27,769.61
12,864.00
22,116.03
6,344.00
13,454.42
19,022.64
11,986.46
42,132.99
49,712.00
12,352.04
17,169.99
58,184.00
67,953.95
9,212.50
9,203.72
32,903.85
13,271.42
7,066.63
10,784.79
31,191.83
29,845.62
8,647.99
16,551.66
16,522.73
71,066.49
65,269.58
14,545.43
48,016.00
17,416.59
34,551.43
33,751.63
28,878.94


$ 27,927.66
9,163.39
16,901.05
14,293.27
13,148.57
12,781.81

8,457.00
14,066.61
8,774.18
23,581.27
9,199.22
12,418.87
50,972.70
48,234.88
5,148.80
6,553.31
28,608.78
12,251.57
5,562.04
7,350.05
16,957.09
16,173.30
6.470.00
9,616.00
10,347.14
48,329.14
34,455.60
11,252.08
37,682.77
15,811.4C
12,392.71
27,361.31
19,650.33


$ 9,350.00
5,050.00
12,885.16
13,000.00
4,000.00
8,400.00
---- -o6oo-
4,100.00
1,800.00
17,100.00
2,700.00
4,000.00
19,458.40
500.00
2,383.67
500.00
700.00
1,000.00
2,525.00
14,060.00
12,700.00
1,773.00
6,850.00
3,500.00
29,175.00
1,758.20
6,000.00
22,015.05
850.00
8,950.00


$ 87.79
28.31
79.89
123.29

---61~.29

62.25
45.21

16.94
100.00
48.16
2.83
20.25
5.00
14.80
12.62
63.35
241.40
12.57
36.43
80.21
134.37
16.89
17.17
143.67

25.76


6,500.00
----------
----------
10,514.58
12,864.00
----------
6,344.00
3,500.00
----------
----------
49,712.00
----------
----------
131.82
71.20
2,902.92
245.01
----------
6.48
----------
----------
----------
----------
-------
2,595.38
18,500.00
1,350.00
- -


$ 37,365.45
20,741.70
29,866.10
27,416.56
27,663.15
12,864.00
21,243.10
6,344.00
11,957.00
18,228.86
10,574.18
40,726.48
49,712.00
11,916.16
16,518.87
51,104.52
67,812.64
8,554.55
9,202.24
29,113.78
12,958.05
6,576.84
9,887.67
31,080.44
29,114.70
8,255.57
16,502.43
16,522.73
66,829.14
63,764.97
14,377.17
43,699.94
15,811.40
34,551.43
28,211.31
28,626.09


$ 2,294.29
788.45
104.82
222.35
106.46
872.93
1,497.42
793.78
1,412.28
1,406.51
435.88
651.12
7,079.48
141.31
657.95
1.48
3,790.07
313.37
489.79
897.12
111.39
730.92
392.42
49.23
4,237.35
1,504.61
168.26
4,316.06
1,605.19
5,540.32
252.85













Leon -----
Levy -
Liberty --------
Madison ______________
Manatee ______
Marion
Martin -_-___
Monroe
Nassau _____- __- __--_
Okaloosa -
Okeechobee --
Orange
Osceola _--_ __
Palm Beach
Pasco _____ __
Pinellas -
Polk ------_-
Putnam -- -----
St. Johns ___----_-
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa _- __-
Sarasota ----- ------
Seminole ____
Sumter------
Suwannee ----
Taylor
Union _---
Volusia -
Wakulla __-__--
Walton --
Washington _____----


TOTALS


423.91
487.17
656.82
599.59
50.50
12,774.82
158.90
----- --o-w
530.47
475.23
79.35

2,087.52
206.00
15,658.63
2,777.48
70.53
39.87
4,792.43
50.99
207.1- 2
528.57
507.52
535.22
49,86
11.78
2,476.25
4,152.85


19,096.00
19,616.00
17,256.00
23,920.00
26,824.00
32,520.00
7,648.00
1,032.00
20,368.00
26,376.00
6,752.00
33,576.00
10,352.00
27,600.00
18,728.00
35,288.00
73,216.00
15,936.00
13,712.00
11,808.00
35,472.00
15,672.00
18,528.00
20,472.00
24,600.00
17,232.00
9,928.00
25,520.00
13,136.00
29,552.00
25,704.00


2,685.35










25.00





20.04
2.50


3,950.00
12,500.00
765.00
25,880.00
2,700.00
5,450.00
32,400.00
2,100.00

7,700.00
8,900.00
1,960.43
31,000.00
4,400.00
1,900.00
3,220.00
28,050.00
11,750.00
--- i .2 o
12,525.00
38,882.00
4,000.00
6,400.00
13,700.00
4,025.00
17,700.00
2,900.00


6,604.00t








1,600.00


23,469.91
32,603.17
17,912.82
31,888.59
52,754.50
45,294.82
13,192.25
1,032.00
26,348.47
59,251.23
8,931.35
33,576.00
10,352.00
37,387.52
29,434.00
37,248.43
119,874.63
23,113.48
15,682.53
15,092.87
68,314.43
27,472.99
18,528.00
33,204.12
64,010.57
21,739.52
16,883.26
39,269.86
17,175.28
49,728.25
32,756.85


19,155.55
19,184.38
14,963.13
28,582.64
26,716.78
15,736.75
10,042.44
20,324.35
26,687.21
5,199.87
3,308.04
27,629.45
19,071.00
35,288.00
79,993.31
17,828.08
12,965.66
11,789.21
39,238.22
14,428.93
17,191.47
24,479.44
16,112.21
10,404.26
25,114.53
12,246.98
31,756.16
22,780.94


3,950.00
12,500.00
765.00
25,880.00
2,700.00
5,450.00
32,400.00
2,100.00
------:---
7,700.00
8,900.00
1,960.43
31,000.00
4,400.00
1,900.00
3,220.00
28,050.00
11,750.00
12,525.00
38,882.00
4,000.00
6,400.00
13,700.00
4,025.00
17,700.00
2,900.00


28.09 __________
96.19 49.58
3.79 --Z--I-
144.77 --
13,225.50
22.75 -------
- .---- 1,032.00
64.53 _---------
129.75 ----------
.------ 1,550.00
---___ 33,576.00
7,031.14
89.09 1,897.79
52.75 --------
186.10 1,098.74
17.16 - -
15.22 --------
132.64 ---------
71.58 -- -
.- 1_4._ 18,528.00
124.16 .. .
121.89 ........
50.70 --- --
79.00
76.01 _____
53.75 _._
149.90 ____
23.53 407.41


23,133.64 336.27
31,830.15 773.02
14,963.13 2,949.69
29,351.43 2,537.16
52,741.55 12.95
28,962.25 16,332.57
12,765.19 427.06
1,032.00
25,838.88 509.59
59,216.96 34.27
8,849.87 81.48
33,576.00
10,339.18 12.82
37,316.33 71.19
28,023.75 1,410.25
37,248.43 _____
112,278.15 7,596.48
22,228.08 885.40
14,882.82 799.71
15,024.43 68.44
67,420.86 893.57
26,250.51 1,222.48
18,528.00 .- W
29,840.63 3,363.49 0
63,483.33 527.24
20,162.91 1,576.61
16,883.26 ..
38,890.54 379.32
16,325.73 849.55
49,606.06 122.19
26,111.88 6,644.97


[---.$100,937.831$1,385,464.001$4,930.841$502,547.71 $8,204.00 1$2,002,084.38[$1,210,112.891$501,840.91 $3,213.801$193,633.551$1,908,801.151$93,283.23


t-$6,604.00 Transferred from Salary Account.
-- 1,600.00 Transferred from Race Track Distribution.









REGISTRY OF COURT FUNDS (CHAPTER 15996, ACTS OF 1933)
SHOWING BALANCES, RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942

Balance. Disburse- Balance
July 1, 1941 Receipts ments June 30, '42


Alachua County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Bay County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Brevard County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Broward County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clay County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Columbia County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Dade County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk Civil Ct.
of Record
Clerk County
Judge's Court
DeSoto County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk County Ct.
Duval County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk Civil Ct.
Clerk County
Judge's Court
Escambia County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk Court
of Records
Franklin County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Highlands County
Clerk County Ct.
Hillsborough County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk Criminal &
County Cts.
Clerk County
Judge's Court
Indian River County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk County Ct.
Jackson County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Lake County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk County
Judge's Court
Lee County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Leon County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Manatee County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Marion County
Clerk Circuit Ct.


S 1,788.19

25.00

2,592.07

16,789.18

395.74

394.86

142,262.01

3,313.84

504.44

1,397.37
8.25

29,897.46
790.89

1,093.34
33,737.32

82.82

171.00

3.00

76,229.83

126.95


313.35
45.00

83.64

191.32

250.00

125.98
4,401.11

10,302.02

855.26


$ ----------
$_


657.63

43,391.49


691.25

115,566.28

4,060.82


902.65

65,700.69
278.57
779.16

54,711.05


236,414.87

51.48

195.99



29.88




1,492.13
211.94

837.07

695.61


1,259.79 1$


818.70

40,399.90


691.25

148,324.74

4,745.26


880.05

46,229.15
88.41


74,105.90


96,039.61
132.47





28.71




125.98

3,641.50

10,127.07

643.94


528.40

25.00

2,431.00

19,780.77

395.74

394.86

109,503.55

2,629.40

504.44

1,419.97
8.25

49,369.00
981.05
1,872.50

14,342.47

82.82

171.00

3.00

216,605.09

45.96

195.99

313.35
45.00

84.81

191.32

250.00

1,492.13

971.55

1,012.02

906.93









REGISTRY OF COURT FUNDS (CHAPTER 15996, ACTS OF 1933)
SHOWING BALANCES, RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942
(Continued)
Balance Disburse- Balance
July 1, 1941 Receipts ments June 30, '42


Nassau County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Okaloosa County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Okeechobee County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Orange County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk Criminal &
County Courts
Clerk County
Judge's Court
Osceola County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Palm Beach County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk Criminal &
County Courts
Pasco County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk County Ct.
Pinellas County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk County Ct.
Polk County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Putnam County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Clerk County
Judge's Court
St. Johns County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Santa Rosa County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Volusia County
Clerk Circuit Ct.
Walton County
Clerk Circuit Ct.


533.00

45.00

75.50

3,840.13

15.00

1,866.28

252.43

28,418.33

38.03

78.08
75.00

10,123.63
6.54

2,058.18

103.42

94.78

658.59

2,807.38

22,156.65

342.77


15,158.29


17.17


26,574.17

100.00

238.75

957.45

9,096.46


S46.33

1,934.00


7,180.47

68.95


8,221.54


1,513.35


35,239.12

100.00



1,629.21

5,187.30




1,892.00

2,763.22

9,362.95

206.05


533.00

45.00

75.50

10,776.88

15.00

370.10

252.43

19,753.38

38.03

316.83
75.00

9,451.87
6.54

5,967.34

103.42

141.11

700.59

44.16

19,974.17

205.67


$495,403.39


Total ________ $401,759.96 $588,040.60 $494,397.17











TAX CERTIFICATE FUND
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1942


COBa dance I Disburse. Blan
COUNTY Receipts June 30,
COUNY July 1, 19411 ments 1 1942


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford _____
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Citrus -------
Clay -----
Collier _____
Columbia _____
Dade--------
DeSoto ___
Duval
Escambia ___-----
Flagler ______
Franklin ___---
Gilchrist ______
Glades -----
Gulf -- ----
Hamilton _____
Highlands _____
Hillsborough _____
Indian River
Jackson _____
Jefferson--- ---
Lafayette --__--
Lake ____--
Lee --------
Levy _______
Liberty ---- __
Manatee ------
Marion -_____
Martin ------
Nassau ______
Okeechobee ----
Orange -------__
Palm Beach -__-_--
Pasco ______ --
Pinellas
Polk ------
Putnam ------
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa ____
Sarasota ------
Seminole --- __
Sumter -
Volusia
Wakulla
Washington ____


TOTAL ---


$ 916.15
172.95
531.62

1,576.68
995.08
426.78
158.61
2,058.05
2.92
440.15
9,742.20
109.04

1,115.09
252.32
178.99
42.74
-----____-
28.98
110.85
451.85
5,853.29
229.95
1,121.49
323.34
15.21
1,158.82
646.94
678.93

398.89
3,869.00
1,423.78
282.43
63.92
1,790.22
3,309.58
1,190.01
4,324.33
2,658.20
853.42
2,217.91
567.17

285.74
547.25
36.58
1,595.26
374.31


$---

47.41
1,055.27
2,721.28


87.56
5.85
2,724.23
----------
4,350.21
----------
27.50
----------
----_
45.82

.78

3,397.20

12.48


249.01
-----------
34.87
114.19


177.50
188.17
226.16
437.15
1,022.51
476.19
946.09
187.13
169.09
455.07
30.92
314.79
238.18
238.82

480.24


$----
----------
----------
----------
982.70
297.52
----------
----------
31.45
----------
----------
984.78

87.59
12.09
----------

----------
----------

9.85
----------
3,406.40

78.03


261.86
----------
----------
----------
90.93
104.05
340.73
----------
85.53
262.67
539.40
808.77
825.77
88.93
----------
34.15
----------
166.09
88.01
206.73
--248.34
248.34


44.1611 --


$ 916.15
172.95
531.62
47.41
1,649.25
3,418.84
426.78
158.61
2,114.16
2.92
446.00
11,481.65
109.04
4,262.62
1,103.00
279.82
178.99
42.74
45.82
28.98
101.78
451.85
5,844.09
229.95
1,055.94
323.34
15.21
1,145.97
646.94
713.80
114.19
307.96
3,764.95
1,260.55
470.60
204.55
1,964.70
3,792.69
857.43
4,444.65
2,756.40
1,022.51
2,638.83
598.09
148.70
435.91
579.34
36.58
1,827.16
374.31
44.16


-$55,127.02 1$20,505.83 1$10,042.37 1$65,590.48


---"


TOTAL










ABSTRACT OF OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT FUNDS-
CHAPTER 16598, ACTS OF 1933-SHOWING RECEIPTS, DIS-
BURSEMENTS AND BALANCES FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1942


Balance July 1, 1941 --------------
Receipts ----------------


Disbursements ------- -- ------

Balance June 30, 1942 _-__-__---


-----------------$136,432.58
-----____-------- 298,314.81
$434,747.39
___------ ---- __ 292,795.59

_____________ __-$141,951.80


NOTE: The receipts, which consist of toll revenues, are placed in Toll Reve-
nue Fund and distributed as shown in the following accounts:

TOLL REVENUE FUND


Balance July 1, 1941 ___- ____-
Receipts _____------------------


$ 21,993.36
._ 298,312.41

$320,305.77


Disbursements:
Increase in Contingent Account at Mara-
thon, Fla. ------- ----------$
Transfer to Operation, Maintenance and
Repair Fund _------ ------
Transfer to Bond Interest and
Redemption Fund _------- ---

Balance June 30, 1942 ------------


500.00


73,675.57

191,499.98 $265,675.55

-___------$ 54,630.22


OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FUND
Balance July 1, 1941 ----------------------
Receipts:
Transfer from Toll Revenue Fund _------- $ 73,675.57
Check No. 331 dated 1-30-39 cancelled
because of failure to locate payee _------ 2.40


Disbursements ---- -----

Balance June 30, 1942 _-------------

CONSTRUCTION FUND
Balance July 1, 1941 -____--------- --
Receipts ------- ------------


Disbursements __ ___-__ ---


Balance June 30, 1942 __------------ -


$ 73,679.47
73,679.47

.00



$ 9,037.72
.00

$ 9,037.72
8,816.12

$ 221.60


1.50


S73,677.97










RESERVE FUND
Balance July 1, 1941 ------------------ $ .00
Receipts ______----------- --- ---- .00
Disbursements -------------------------- .00

Balance June 30, 1942 ___-__- __ -- $ .00

BOND INTEREST AND REDEMPTION FUND
Balance July 1, 1941 ----------- ----- $105,400.00
Receipts:
Transfer from Toll Revenue Fund _------ 191,499.98
$296,899.98
Disbursements ---------------- 209,800.00

Balance June 30, 1942 __ ___--------- $ 87,099.98

RECAPITULATION
Balances in Banks:
Toll Revenue Fund ------------------ $ 54,630.22
Operation, Maintenance and Repair Fund .00
Construction Fund ___-- --------- 221.60
Reserve Fund -------------- -- .00
Bond Interest and Redemption Fund .____- 87,099.98

TOTAL ________---------- $141,951.80





Date Due


Due Returned Due Returned

-BALANCES,
,. -END-

ING JUNE 30, 1942, UNDER CHAPTER 1521k,
LAWS OF FLORIDA SPECIAL ACTS
OF 1931.

Balance July 1, 1941 --- -------.---------------- .00
Receipts ----- ------------------------------ $110,240.00
$110,240.00
Disbursements ------------------------- -----------$110,240.00

Balance June 30, 1942 -- -------------------- .00
NOTE: Franklin County issued $1,500,000.00 of Apalachicola River Bridge
4% Revenue bonds to finance the construction of the Apalachicola River
bridge. Only $1,425,000.00 of these bonds were sold, leaving $75,000.00
unsold, which the State Treasurer has on hand, as Trustee, being numbered
1426-1500, inclusive, dated December 1; 1933, and due December 1, 1948.
The State Road Department entered into a lease-purchase contract for the
bridge, the lease being sufficient to meet bond requirements. After the bonds
are retired, the bridge becomes the property of the State of Florida. Disburse-
ments are made twice a year--once to retire bonds and pay accrued interest
and, six months later, to pay accrued interest.



STATE OF FLORIDA
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE
Tallahassee
August 21, 1942

I, J. M. Lee, Comptroller of the State of Florida do hereby certify that
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer, has deposited in the Comptroller's Office,
warrants and executive order representing disbursements from General Reve-
nue and other Miscellaneous State Funds during the fiscal year ended June 30,
1942 in the total sum of $101,852,442.67, of which $101,264,488.60 rep-
resents warrants issued by the Comptroller and countersigned by the Governor,
and $587,954.07, represents disbursements made by executive order of Gov-
ernor Holland, and $60.00 represents amounts recharged to Treasury on account
of the payment of duplicate warrants No. 230705 and 230706 in the amount
of $30.00, each, and the State Treasurer's Account has been credited with
these amounts.
This certificate is made in compliance with Section 171 of the Compiled
General Laws of Florida, 1927.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal
this 21st day of August, 1942.
(Signed) J. M. LEE,
Comptroller of the State of Florida.

We, the undersigned Auditors, do hereby certify that the warrants repre-
senting the above amounts have been received and audited by us, and filed in
the Office of the Comptroller of the State of Florida.
(Signed) F. E. WILLIS, Auditor.
(Signed) C. F. GREENE, General Auditor





Date Due


Due Returned Due Returned

-BALANCES,
,. -END-

ING JUNE 30, 1942, UNDER CHAPTER 1521k,
LAWS OF FLORIDA SPECIAL ACTS
OF 1931.

Balance July 1, 1941 --- -------.---------------- .00
Receipts ----- ------------------------------ $110,240.00
$110,240.00
Disbursements ------------------------- -----------$110,240.00

Balance June 30, 1942 -- -------------------- .00
NOTE: Franklin County issued $1,500,000.00 of Apalachicola River Bridge
4% Revenue bonds to finance the construction of the Apalachicola River
bridge. Only $1,425,000.00 of these bonds were sold, leaving $75,000.00
unsold, which the State Treasurer has on hand, as Trustee, being numbered
1426-1500, inclusive, dated December 1; 1933, and due December 1, 1948.
The State Road Department entered into a lease-purchase contract for the
bridge, the lease being sufficient to meet bond requirements. After the bonds
are retired, the bridge becomes the property of the State of Florida. Disburse-
ments are made twice a year--once to retire bonds and pay accrued interest
and, six months later, to pay accrued interest.



STATE OF FLORIDA
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE
Tallahassee
August 21, 1942

I, J. M. Lee, Comptroller of the State of Florida do hereby certify that
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer, has deposited in the Comptroller's Office,
warrants and executive order representing disbursements from General Reve-
nue and other Miscellaneous State Funds during the fiscal year ended June 30,
1942 in the total sum of $101,852,442.67, of which $101,264,488.60 rep-
resents warrants issued by the Comptroller and countersigned by the Governor,
and $587,954.07, represents disbursements made by executive order of Gov-
ernor Holland, and $60.00 represents amounts recharged to Treasury on account
of the payment of duplicate warrants No. 230705 and 230706 in the amount
of $30.00, each, and the State Treasurer's Account has been credited with
these amounts.
This certificate is made in compliance with Section 171 of the Compiled
General Laws of Florida, 1927.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal
this 21st day of August, 1942.
(Signed) J. M. LEE,
Comptroller of the State of Florida.

We, the undersigned Auditors, do hereby certify that the warrants repre-
senting the above amounts have been received and audited by us, and filed in
the Office of the Comptroller of the State of Florida.
(Signed) F. E. WILLIS, Auditor.
(Signed) C. F. GREENE, General Auditor