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Title: Annual report of the Comptroller of the State of Florida
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    Title Page
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    Comptrollers, State of Florida
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    Report of comptroller for fiscal year ending June 30, 1932
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REPORT

OF THE


COMPTROLLER

OF THE

STATE OF FLORIDA

FOR THE

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1932


ERNEST AMOS
Comptroller


Rose Printing Co.
Tallahassee, Fla.














COMPTROLLERS, STATE OF FLORIDA

Nathaniel P. Bemis, commissioned July 23, 1845.
Hugh Archer, ad interim, commissioned August 26, 1845.
N. P. Bemis, commissioned January 2, 1847.
Hugh Archer, ad interim, commissioned July 24, 1847.
Simon Towle, commissioned December 28, 1847.
John Beard, commissioned January 25, 1851.
Theodore W. Brevard, commissioned April 3, 1854.
James T. Archer, ad interim, commissioned November 27,
1854.
T. W. Brevard, commissioned January 24, 1855.
Robert C. Williams, commissioned December 14, 1860.
Walter Gwynn, commissioned May 26, 1863.
John Beard, commissioned January 17, 1866.
Robert H. Gamble, commissioned August 29, 1868.
Clayton A. Cowgill, commissioned January 15, 1873.
Columbus Drew, commissioned January 12, 1877.
W. D. Barnes, commissioned January 13, 1881.
W. D. Bloxham, commissioned May 1, 1890.
W. H. Reynolds, commissioned January 3, 1897.
A. C. Croom, commissioned July 29, 1901.
W. V. Knott, commissioned February 17, 1912.
Ernest Amos, commissioned January 2, 1917.











REPORT OF COMPTROLLER FOR FISCAL YEAR

ENDING JUNE 30, 1932

Hon. Doyle E. Carlton,
Governor,
The Capitol.
Sir:
I have the honor to submit this, my fifteenth Annual Report, on
the State's financial condition, covering the fiscal year ending June
30th, 1932. It will be noted that the gap has not yet been bridged
between receipts and expenditures. The requirements to meet
legislative appropriations far exceed the normal receipts for the
period, making it necessary to transfer funds to the extent of
$800,000.00 to the General Revenue Fund. We do not have to
look far to find the cause.
A comparison of the actual receipts with the estimate of the last
legislature of expected revenues to be derived from new sources of
revenues and otherwise gives the answer. The comparative state-
ment follows:


Sources of Revenue
General Inspection ..................................
Delinquent ad valorem ................................--..
General License ..................................................
Special License on Insurance Premiums........
Comptroller's Fees and Commissions.............
Secretary of State Fees and Commissions....
Corporation Tax (new) .................................
Utilities Tax (new) ........................................
Chain Store Tax .............................. ...... ..
Tax on Commissions ...... .. ........................
Special License Tax on Pullman and Tel .....
Inheritance and Estate Tax ............. ...........
Documentary Stamp Tax .................................
One Cent Gas Tax.....................................


Estimate ..................................... $8,416,000.00
Received ..................................... 4,319,829.26

Difference ..........................--... $4,096,170.74


Legislative
Estimate
$ 700,000.00
1,250.000.00
400,000.00
1,000,000.00
35,000.00
173,000.00
550,000.00
700,000.00
200,000.00
25.000.00
58,000.00
100,000.00
1,000,000.00
2,225,000.00

$8,416,000.00


Actual Yield

$ 305,299.70
383,073.96
766,900.02
29,736.67
27,662.75
230,000.00
120,816.19
80,187.37
15,995.00
55,451.43
170,246.10
264,370.61
1,851,420.46

$4,319,829.26


The State Budget has not been balanced since 1927; that is to
say, the normal receipts for general revenue, the fund from which
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the ordinary expenses of the state are paid, have not been sufficient
to meet expenditures to be made by legislative appropriations. The
difference being made up annually by transfer of money from other
funds under special statutory authority.
It is essential that the Budget be balanced without depending
on transfers. This can be accomplished by reducing expenditures
or increasing revenues, or both, reducing some and increasing
some.
Present sources of revenues can be very materially increased by
putting "teeth" in the laws to cause all coming within the law to
respond alike. This is especially true of the Documentary Stamp
Tax Law and the Occupational License Tax Law.
While the cost of state government proper is a relatively small
percentage of the total expenditures, being 5.93% thereof, it can
be reduced by doing away with unnecessary things.
This report is thought to be the most comprehensive ever pub-
lished and I hope will furnish the Legislature and others with
enough information to solve the financial difficulties that lie ahead.
Comprehensive charts, tables and statements follow.
Respectfully submitted,
ERNEST AMOS,
Comptroller.











CHART NO. 1
State Dollar: Receipts


ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 1
State Dollar-Receipts
Population 1,468,211 Census of 1930
Amounts
T axes ...................................................................... ........... .................. $ .60
Licenses ........................... ... .............. ..................... 24
F ees ............................................... .............. ........
Donation by Counties .................................................................... .01
Interest ................................................................................................. .01
Sale of Laws ............................................................................................
Shell Fish Fund ......... .............................................................. .......
Miscellaneous Receipts ...................................................................... .01
U. S. Government ................................................................................ .07
Other Receipts ................... ...................................
Transfers-Allocations, etc. .......................................................... .06

$1.00









CHART NO. 2
State Dollar: Disbursements


ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 2
State Dollar-Disbursements
Population 1,468,211 Census of 1930
Amounts
General G overnm ent ....................... .................. ........................ $ .10
H hospitals & Penal Institutions ........................................................ .05
Pensions .................................................................................................. .03
A agriculture .............................................................................................. .02
H health ..................................................................................................... .01
Florida N national Guard ................................................................. ........
Buildings ................................................................................................ .01
Legislature, 1931 .................................................................................... .01
H ighw ays ................................................................................................ .45
E education ................ ......................................................................... .2.26
Transfers-A locations, etc. ................................................................ .06

$1.00







CHART NO. 3
Receipts by Source-General Revenue


Population
1,468,211
Census-1930


Total
Receipts
$6,266,084.73















ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 3
Receipts by Source: General Revenue Fund


Taxes: Ad Valorum............................$
One Cent Gasoline........................
2% Ins. Premium.......................
Documentary Stamp .................
Corporation Capital Stock..........
Inheritance & Estate..................
U utility .........................................
Charter Tax ...............................
Bank Examination .....................
Commission (Sec. of State)......
Pullman Co. Gross Receipts......

Total Taxes ...................
Licenses:
General ............................... $
Ins. Co's & Agents......................
Store ....... ....... ............... ............
Railroads .......................................
Other Licenses .......................


1,179,280.77
1,851,420.46
766,900.02
264,370.61
230,000.00
170,246.10
120,816.29
68,604.13
29,665.00
15,995.00
4,447.79



383,073.96
157,358.00
80,187.37
51,003.64
18,740.63


Percentage
of Total
Receipts
18.82
29.55
12.24
4.22
3.67
2.71
1.93
1.09
.47
.26
.07

$ 4,701,746.17 75.03

6.11
2.51
1.28
.82
.30


Total Licenses .......-...-..........

Total Taxes and Licenses..........
Fees: Secretary of State................$ 27,622.75
Candidates .................................... 18,314.80
Other Fees ................................... 5,828.89

Interest on State Deposits................
Sale of Laws .................................
Shell Fish Funds...............................
Miscellaneous Receipts ................

Net Receipts ............................
Refunds .............................................$ 1,660.81
Transfers of Funds....... ................ 800,000.00

Total Receipts ............ ......


690,363.60

$ 5,392,109.77


51,766.441

12,729.37
5,311.15
2,065.67
441.52

$ 5,464,423.92

801,660.81

$ 6,266,084.73


86.05 3.673




1.15 .049




87.20 3.722

12.80

100.00%


Receipts
Per
Capita
Net
Receipts
.803
1.261
.522
.180
.157
.116
.082
.048
.020
.010
.003

3.202

.261
.107
.055
.035
.013











CHART NO. 4
Receipts by Source-Miscellaneous Revenue


Population
1,468,211
Census-1930


Total
Receipts
$27,876,229.32















ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 4

Receipts by Source: Miscellaneous Revenue


Taxes: Ad Valorum ........................$ 2,400,062.03
Gasoline .................................... .. 13,393,854.72
Other Taxes ................................ 26,291.96
Special District .......................... 34,956.72

Total Taxes ..................
Licenses:
Motor Vehicle ..............................$ 5,371,320.74
Hunting, Fishing Permits.......... 220,596.02
State Racing Commission.......... 737,300.70
General Inspection .................... 557,321.04
Auto Transportation .................. 156,955.98
Miscellaneous Licenses and
Fees ..................................... 331,989.96

Total Licenses ...........................

Total Taxes & Licenses..............
Donations by Counties to Roads.....
Interest School Funds & State
Deposits .............................
Other Miscellaneous Receipts &
Refunds ...........................

Total Receipts from State Sources
Receipts from U. S. Government......
Receipts from Other Outside
Sources ..................................

Total Net Receipts ..........................
Add: Transfers ................................$ 448,908.27
Allocations ................................. 727,938.50
Warrants Cancelled .................... 11,107.94

Total Receipts ................................


Percentage Receipts
of Total Per
Receipts Capita
8.61 1.635
48.05 9.122
.09 .018
.13 .024

$15,855,165.43 56.88 10.799


19.27
.79
2.64
2.00
.56


$ 7,375,484.44

$23,230,649.87
184,825.12

236,127.31

429,464.25

$24,081,066.55
2,574,258.06

32,950.00

$26,688,274.61


3.658
.150
.502
.380
.107


1.19 .226



83 33 15.822
.66 .126

.85 .161


1.55

86.39
9.23


.293

16.402
1.753


.12 .022

95.74 .18.177


4.26

100.00%







CHART NO. 5
Percentage of Total Revenue Receipts by Allocation

Population Total
1,468,211 Receipts
Census-1930 $34,142,314.05


ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 5
Percentage of Total Revenue Receipts by Allocation


Receipts from
General Miscellaneous
Revenue Sources


Taxes:
Ad Valorum ........................$1,179,280.77
Gasoline Tax .......................... 1,851,420.46
Special Dist. Taxes ................
2% Insurance Premium Tax 766,900.02
Documentary Stamp Tax .... 264,370.61
Corporation Capital Stock
Tax ........................................ 230,000.00
Inheritance & Estate Taxes 170,246.10


$ 2,400,062.03
13,393,854.72
34,956.72


Percentage
Total of Total
Receipts Receipts


$ 3,579,342.80
15,245,275.18
34,956.72
766,900.02
264,370.61


10.48
44.65
.10
2.25
.77


230,000.00 .67
170,246.10 .50








Utility Tax .............................
Charter Tax ............................
Bank Examination Tax..........
Commission Taxes
(Sec. of State) .................
Pullman Co. Gross Receipts
T ax .......................................
Other Taxes ........................
Licenses:
Motor Vehicle .........................
State Racing Commission....
General Inspection ................
General Licenses ..................
Hunting, Fishing Licenses &
Perm its ...............................
Insurance Co's. & Agents....
Auto Transportation..............
Store Licenses ........................
Railroad Licenses ..................
Miscellaneous Licenses and
Permits ...........................
Fees:
Secretary of State..................
Candidates .........................
Other Fees .............................


120,816.29
68,604.13
29,665.00

15,995.00

4,447.79





383,073.96


157,358.00

80,187.37
51,003.64

18,740.63

27,622.75
18,314.80
5,828.89


120,816.29 .35
68,604.13 .20
29,665.00.. .08

15,995.00 .04

4,447.79 .01
26,291.96 26,291.96 .08


$ 5,371,320.74
737,300.70
557,321.04


220,596.02

156,955.98


$ 5,371,320.74
737,300.70
557,321.04
383,073.96

220,596.02
157,358.00
156,955.98
80,187.37
51,003.64


15.73
2.16
1.64
1.12

.65
.47
.47
.23
.15


331,989.96 350,730.59 1.04


27,622.75
18,314.80
5,828.89


.08
.05
.02


Total Revenue from Taxes,
Licenses and Fees..............$5,443,876.21
Donation by Counties for
Roads .......................-
Interest on State Deposits &
School Funds ................ 12,729.37
Sale of Laws .......................... 5,311.15
Shell Fish Funds ....................... 2,065.67
Miscellaneous Receipts and
Refunds ............ ........... .... 441.52

Total Revenue from State
Sources .... .......... .........$5,464,423.92
Receipts from U. S. Gov't. ....
Receipts from Other Outside
Sources ...............................

Total Net Revenue ............... $5,464,422
Add: Total Transfers from
all Funds ...................
Allocation from all Funds....
Total Canceled Warrants
from all Funds ....................
Refunds to General Fund....

Total Receipts all Sources......
Per Capita Revenue Receipts
by Allocation .................... 3.722
Percentage of Revenue
Receipts by Allocation...... 17.009


$23,230,649.87

184,825.12

236,127.31



429,464.25


$24,081,066.55
2,574,258.06

32,950.00

$26,688,274,61

1,248,908.27
727,938.50

11,107.94
1,660.81


18.177

83.00%


'0


$28,674,526.08 83.99

184,825.12 .54

248,856.68 .72
5,311.15 .02
2,065.67 .01

429,905.77 1.26


$29,545,490.47
2,574,258.06


86.54
7.53


32,950.00 .10

$32,152,698.53 94.17





1,989,615.52 5.85

$34,142,314.05 100.00%

21.899

100.00%











CHART NO. 6
Percentage of Governmental Cost Payments by Function
General Revenue Fund


Population
1,468,211
Census-1930


Total
Disbursements
$6,351,576.73




























ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 6

Percentage of Governmental Cost Payments by Function
General Revenue Fund


General Government ........................
Education ....................................
Hospitals and Penal Institutions......
Agricultural & Live Stock...............
Legislative Expense (1931) ..............
Florida National Guard ................

Net Disbursements ......................
Deduct: Refund T. J. Appleyard,
Inc. E st. ................................


Add: Total Refunds ........................$ 1,660.81
Total Transfers .........................- 280,002.62

Total Disbursements..........................


r

$ 2,045,989.20
1,875,239.69
1,324,294.43
362,434.58
354,201.82
107,821.26

$ 6,069,980.98

67.68

$ 6,069,913.30

281,663.43

$ 6,351,576.73


Pet. of
Total
isburse-
ments
32.21
29.52
20.85
5.71
5.58
1.70

95.57


Pet. of Net
Per
Capita
Disburse-
ments
1.394
1.277
.902
.247
.241
.073

4.134


4.43

100.00%














CHART NO. 7
Percentage of Governmental Cost Payments by Function
Miscellaneous Revenue Fund


Population
1,468,211
Census-1930


Total
Disbursements
$27,919,303.09






















ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 7

Percentage of Governmental Cost Payments by Function
Miscellaneous Revenue


Highways .--........ ....--.
Education .....- ....
General Government ...................
Pensions (Confederate Soldiers &
Dependents) -- .....--..
Hospitals and Penal Institutions-....
Agricultural & Live Stock...............
Health and Sanitation .....................-
Permanent Buildings .......................

Net Disbursements ............................
Add: Transfers to all Funds.........$ 968,905.65
Allocations to all Funds.......... 727,938.50
Warrants Canceled all Funds.... 11,107.94

Total Disbursements ......................


$15,271,635.84
6,879,230.41
1,522,534.59

1,025,253.95
512,578.17
486,906.37
257,505.52
255,706.15

$26,211,351.00


1,707,952.09

$27,919,303.09


Pet. of
Total
Disburse-
ments
54.70
24.64
5.45

3.68
1.84
1.74
.92
.92

93.89


xvii


Per
Capita
Pet. of
Disburse-
ments
10.402
4.685
1.037

.698
.350
.332
.175
.174

17.853


6.11

100.00%














CHART NO. 8
Consolidated Statement of Disbursements
and Percentage of Governmental Cost Payments by Function
Population Total
1,468,211 Disbursements
Census-1930 $34,270,879.82


xvili



















ANALYSIS OF CHART NO. 8
Consolidated Statement of Disbursements and
Percentage of Governmental Cost Payments by Function


General
Revenue
General Government .............$2,045,989.20
Education ........ .............. 1,875,239.69
Hospitals & Penal Institutions 1,324,294.43
Pensions (Confederate


Soldiers & Dependents).....
Agricultural & Live Stock........
Health and Sanitation ..............
Florida National Guard ............
Highways ... .................
Permanent Buildings ............
Legislative Expense 1931 ........



Deduct: Refund to
T. J. Appleyard, Inc.


362,434.58

107,821.26


354,201.82

,6,069,980.98


Estate .................................. 67.68

Net Receipts .............................$6,069,913.30
Add: Transfers ....................... 280,002.62
Allocations .......................
Warrants Canceled .............
Refunds ..................................... 1,660.81

Total Receipts-All Sources....$6,351,576.73
Per Capita Revenue
Disbursements .................... 4.134
Percentage of Revenue
Disbursements ................... 18.80%


Miscellaneous
Revenue
$ 1,522,534.59
6,879,230.41
512,578.17

1,025,253.95
486,906.37
257,505.52

15,271,635.84
255,706.15


$26,211,351.00





$26,211,351.00
968,905.65
727,938.50
11,107.94


$27,919,303.09

17.853

81.20%


Percent-
age of
Total Dis- Total Dis-
bursements bursements
$ 3,568,523.79 10.41
8,754,470.10 25.54
1,836,872.60 5.36


1,025,253.95
849,340.95
257,505.52
107,821.26
15,271,635.84
255,706.15
354,201.82

$32,281,331.98


2.99
2.48
.75
.32
44.56
.75
1.03

94.19


67.68

$32,281,264.30
1,248,908.27
727,938.50 5.81
11,107.94
1,660.81

$34,270,879.82 100.00%

21.987

100.00%


Note-
Actual Cost General Government..
Other Governmental Activities........

Total Governmental Costs..........


5.93
4.48

10.41


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RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932

RECEIPTS

General Revenue Fund ............ $ 6,266,084.73
Less Refunds .................... 1,660.81

$ 6,264,423.92


Less Transfers from:
Gen'l Inspection Fund $ 75,000.00
Game Fund ......... 10,000.00
State Road License
Gasoline Fund .... 585,000.00
Auto Theft Fund.... 65,000.00
Motor Vehicle License
Expense Fund ..... 60,000.00
Hotel Commission Fd. 5,000.00

One Mill School Tax Fund.........
Pension Tax Fund ................
Less Cancelled Warrants ..........

State Board of Health Tax Fund....
Less Transfers from:
Game Fund ........ $ 7,500.00
State Board of Health
Marriage & Divorce
Fund ............ 15,000.00
Appropriation for
Transferring Funds
from Gen'l Revenue 44,500.00


$ 800,000.00


957,455.59
7,252.00

214,475.54








67,000.00


$ 5,464,423.92


437,123.08

950,203.59


Less Cancelled Warrants ..........

State Road County Bond & Donation
F und .........................


147,475.54


13.50


147,462.04


187,903.83










Less Transfers from:
Federal Aid Road Fund ........


Less Cancelled Warrants ..........

State Prison Fund ...............
Less Transfers from:
Appropriation of Money for Re-
funding Money Transferred
(Gen. Rev.) .................
Drainage Tax Fund ..............
Less Cancelled Warrants........

Drainage Bond Fund .............
Less Cancelled Warrants ..........

Principal State School Fund .......
Less Transfers from:
Appropriation of Money for Re-
funding Money Transferred
(Gen. Rev.) .................

Interest of State School Fund......
Shell Fish Fund .................
Teachers Examination Fund .......
Less Transfer from:
Teachers Training Department of
High School (Gen. Rev.) .....

Motor Vehicle License Fund-Main-
tenance .......................
Less Transfer from:
Motor Vehicle License Fund-Ex-
pense .......................


Less Cancelled Warrants ..........

Motor Vehicle License Expense......


2,919.71

184,984.12
159.00

461,209.15



75,000.00
10,141.28
5.14

99.28
97.25

149,832.18



80,000.00



13,962.08


450.00


458.25


170.00

288.25
62.50

321,867.01


184,825.12


386,209.15

10,136.14


2.03






69,832.18

212,073.85
50,384.04



13,512.08


225.75










Less Transfers from:
Motor Vehicle License ...........

Federal Aid Road Fund ...........
Less Cancelled Warrants ..........
Florida National Forest Fund......
Everglades Drainage Sinking Fund.
Girls Industrial School Fund ......
State Fire Insurance Fund ........
Auto Theft Refund Fund .........
State Board of Nurses Fund ......
Interest of Agricultural College Fund
Less Transfer from:
Principal of Agric. College Fund.

Interest of Seminary Fund ........
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund
Lever Supplementary Agricultural
Extension Fund ............ .
Morrill Fund-White ............
Morrell Fund-Colored ...........
A. & M. College Incidental Fund ...
Less Transfers from:
A. & M. College General Education
Board ......................

Experiment Station-Incidental
F und .......................
University of Florida-Incidental
Fund ............. .. ........
Florida State College for Women In-
cidental Fund .................
Deaf & Blind School Incidentals....
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund ...
Less Transfers from:
Smith-Hughes Trades & Industries

Smith-Hughes Trades & Industries..


170.00

2,269,313.00
331.90







6,496.65

10.82


321,697.01


2,268,981.10
10,059.76
18.41
280.29
22,587.71
7,884.48
5,249.73


6,485.83


6,189.06
64,153.53

20,802.76
25,000.00
25,000.00


14,193.72


3,279.72










39,863.17

250.00

33,359.51


10,914.00


14,951.13

128,029.05

81,620.71
2,405.69


39,613.17










Less Transfers from:
Smith-Hughes Teachers Training
F und .....................

Smith-Hughes Teachers Training
F und ........................
State Board of Chiropractic Exam-
iners .............. ...........
Florida State Hospital Special Main-
tenance .......................
General Extension Div. Incidental .
Florida Farm Colony Incidental Fd.
State Road License Fund-Gasoline
Less Allocation from:
Undistributed Gasoline Tax Fund..


Less Cancelled Warrants ..........

State Federal Aid Road Fund....
Less Cancelled Warrants .........

State Aid County Road Fund .....
State Board of Health-Venereal
Control .... .................
Less Cancelled Warrants .........

A. & M. College Hospital Fund....
One Mill Drainage Tax Fund .....
Auto Theft Fund ...............
Principal Agricultural College Fd.
Tick Eradication Tax Fund .......
County Road License Fd.-Gasoline
Less Allocation from:
Undistributed Gasoline Tax Fund

Hotel Commission Fund .........


33,352.91


12,037.15

364.92

46,000.00
63,578.79
2,930.63


6,144,691.28


3,160.49


1,128.73


6.60


6,510,675.08

363,969.25

6,146,705.83
2,014.55

4,320.09
1,159.60



12.50
12.50


3,754.45
1,708.13
117,963.70
10.82
227,387.64


60,661.54

60,661.54

95,968.87










Less Transfers from:
Appropriation for Refunding
Money Transferred (Gen. Rev.)

Two Cent Shell Fish Planting Fund
State Live Stock Sanitary Board-
Serum Fund ................
State Game Fund ...............
Less Transfer from:
General Inspection Fund ......

General Inspection Fund.........
Less Transfers from:
Appropriation for
Tranferring Funds
from Gen. Revenue $ 5,000.00
Appropriation of
Money for Refund-
ing Money Trans-
ferred (Gen. Rev.) 28,000.00
State Prison Fund.. 75,000.00
State Game Fund... 12,500.00

Westcott Estate Fund ...........
Fish Hatchery Fund ............
Less Transfers from:
Shell Fish Fund ..............

Real Estate Commission Fund....
Free School Text Book Fund .....
University of Florida Dept. of
Architecture ..................
Less Transfers from:
A. & M. College-Julius Rosen-
wald Fund .................

Special American Legion Fund....
Everglades Drainage Fire Tax Fd.
A. & M. College General Education
Board Fund .................


15,000.00




181,151.23

12,500.00

677,821.04










120,500.00


80,968.87

1,560.75

16,661.78


168,651.23












557,321.04

7,000.00


4,476.89

4,476.89


25,108.16
218,055.37


9,320.76


122.50


9,198.26

2,200.00
169.66

20,150.00










Motor Vehicle License Fund Ex-
pense Refund Fund ...........
Permanent Building Fund........
Less Transfers from:
Appropriation of
Money for Refund-
ing Money Trans-
ferred (Gen. Rev.) 32,000.00
A. & M. College Gen-
eral Education Bd. 11,044.35

State Board of Health-Central-
ization Marriage & Divorce Rec-
ords .........................
Gasoline Dealers License Tax Spec.
Fund ........................
Hotel Commission Advertising Fd.
Less Transfer from:
Hotel Commission Fund........

Federal Rehabilitation Fund ......
Less Transfer from:
State Rehabilitation Fund (Gen.
R ev.) ......................

State Board of Health-Doctors &
Midwives Fund ...............
Small Loan License Fund ........
Sfate Board of Health Drug Store
Inspection ....................
Investment Board Fund ..........
Capper-Ketchum Fund ..........
Radio Station, Incidental Fund ...
A. & M. College-Julius Rosenwald
Fund ........................
Auto Transportation Advance Pay-
ment Fund ......... .......
Undistributed Gasoline Tax Fund.
Railroad Commission Auto Trans-
portation Fund ................


55,526.34







43,044.35







12,042.56

12,042.56

13,038.95


52.62


8,243.27








12,481.99



12,383.39

28,800.00


12,986.33


2,666.00
7,900.04

7,920.00
3.00
26,629.49
3,426.57

3,600.00

12,875.00
1,103,540.27

14,487.29









Auto Transportation Mileage Tax
Fund ........................
Geo. Reed Agricultural Fund .....
George Reed Home Economics Fund
Less Transfer from:
Geo. Reed Agricultural Fund .....

Okeechobee Flood Control Acreage
Tax ..........................
Okeechobee Flood Control District
One Mill Tax .................
Public Free School One-Fourth Mill
Tax ..........................
Less Transfers from:
Public Free School Interest Fund

Public Free School Interest Fund..
Public Free School 2-3 cent Gas Tax
Fund ........................
Less Allocation from:
Undistributed Gasoline Tax Fund

Public Free School One Cent Gas
Tax Fund ..................
Less Allocation from:
Undistributed Gasoline Tax Fund

Auto Transportation Fund Expense
Federal Additional Agricultural Ex-
tension Fund .................
State Board of Health-Division of
Malaria Research ..............
Less Transfer from:
State Board of Health .........

County School Fund-Motor Ve-
hicle License Commission.......
Florida Securities Commission Fd.
Corporation Capital Stock Tax Ex-
pense Fund ...................


9,965.39

112.50


43,621.16

10,000.00


117,871.13
6,853.12


9,852.89


8,267.32

14,673.44


33,621.16

11,378.57


121,323.08

121,323.08


181,984.63

181,984.63


4,253.40

18,935.85


11,900.09

1,300.00


10,600.09


4,915,306.53
10,260.69

10,000.00










State Road Distribution Fund.....
Agents Qualification Tax Fund....
Estate Tax Expense Fund........
Auto Transportation Cities & Towns
Fund ........................
Documentary Stamp Tax Expense
Fund ........................
Multiple Stores Tax Expense Fund
State Board of Barber Examiners
Fund ........................
State Racing Commission Fund....
Leon County Health Unit ........
Less Transfer from:
State Board of Health .........


S1,678.86


500.00


Net Receipts ....................
Plus Total Transfers from All Funds .............
Plus Refunds to General Revenue Fund............
Plus Allocations From All Funds ................
Plus Total Cancelled Warrants of all Funds........

TOTAL RECEIPTS ..........................


6,145,623.17
10,524.00
12,660.26

7,469.16

13,631.70
164.75

40,877.95
737,300.70



1,178.86

32,152,698.53
1,248,908.27
1,660.81
727,938.50
11,107.94

$34,142,314.05


DISBURSEMENTS


General Revenue ................
Less Refunds ...................


Less Transfers to:
Hotel Commission Fd. $15,000.00
State Prison Fund... 75,000.00
General Inspection Fd. 33,000.00
Principal of State
School Fund...... 80,000.00
Permanent Bldg. Fd. 32,000.00
State Board of Health 44,500,00


$ 6,351,576.73
1,660.81

6,349,915.92










Federal Rehabilitation
Teachers Exam. Fund


52.62
450.00


One Mill School Tax Fund........
Pension Tax Fund ..............
Less Cancelled Warrants .........

State Board of Health Fund ......
Less Transfers to:
State Board of Health
-Division of Mala-
ria Research ...... $ 1,300.00
State Board of Health
-Leon County
Health Unit ....... 500.00


Less Cancelled Warrants .........

State Road County Bond & Dona-
tion Fund ...................
Less Cancelled Whrrants..........

State Prison Fund ........ .....
Less Transfer to:
General Inspection Fund .......

Drainage Tax Fund .............
Less Cancelled Warrants .........

Drainage Bond Funds.............
Less Cancelled Warrants .........

Principal State School Funds......
Interest of State School Fund ....
Shell Fish Fund ................
Less Transfer to:
Fish Hatchery Fund ...........

Teachers Examination Fund .....


280,002.62 $ 6,069,913.30


1,032,505.95
7,252.00

217,417.79







1,800.00

215,617.79
13.50


346,350.07
159.00

549,951.30

75,000.00

67,604.05
5.14

242.90
97.25


45,378.03

4,476.89


490,186.44

1,035,253.95












215,604.29


346,191.07


474,951.30


67,598.91


145.65

95,862.46
224,544.05


40,901.14

13,036.40










Motor Vehicle License-Mainte-
nance ........................
Less Transfer to:
Motor Vehicle License-Expense


Less Cancelled Warrants .........

Motor Vehicle License Expense....
Less Transfer to:
General Revenue .... $60,000.00
Motor Vehicle License
-Maintenance .... 170.00

Federal Aid Road Fund .........
Less Transfer to:
State Road County Bond & Dona-
tion Fund ....................



Less Cancelled Warrants .........

Florida National Forest Fund ....
Everglades Drainage Sinking Fund
Girls Industrial School Fund .....
State Fire Insurance Fund .......
Auto Theft Refund Fund ........
State Board of Nurses Fund ......
Agricultural College Fund .......
Interest of Seminary Fund .......
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund
Lever Supplemental Agricultural
Extension Fund ..............
Morrill Fund-White ............
Morrill Fund-Colored ..........
A. & M. College-Incidental Fund.
Experiment Station Incidental Fd.
University of Florida-Incidental
Fund ........................


146,797.13

170.00

146,627.13
62.50

264,015.82



60,170.00

2,425,717.74


2,919.71

2,422,798.03
331.90


146,564.63


203,845.82


2,422,466.13

10,059.76
4,584.28
3,615.50
9,205.59
66.50
6,610.50
6,966:95
7,658.06
57,119.37

18,500.16
25,000.00
25,000.00
11,925.09
13,479.49

102,138.55









Florida State College for Women
Incidental Fund ..............
Deaf & Blind School Incidental Fd.
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fund..
Smith-Hughes Trades & Industries
Less Transfer to:
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Fd..

Smith-Hughes Teacher Training Fd.
Less Transfer to:
Smith-Hughes Trades & Indus-
tries Fund .................

State Board of Chiropractic Exami-
ners Fund ....................
Florida State Hospital Special
Maintenance Fund ............
University of Fla., Gen. Extension
Div. Incidental Fund ..........
State Road License Fund Gasoline
Less Transfer to:
General Revenue ..............



Less Cancelled Warrants .........

State Federal Aid Road Fund ....
Less Cancelled Warrants .........

State Aid County Road Fund.....
State Board of Health Venereal
Control ......................
Less Cancelled Warrant ..........

A. & M. College Hospital Fund....
One Mill Drainage Tax Fund .....
Auto Theft Fund ...............


77,577.93
1,641.50
33,205.46


21,854.64


10,266.79


652.63

34,011.37

56,070.02


10,273.39


6.60








6,393,703.45

585,000.00

5,808,703.45
2,014.55

119,832.41
1,159.60



12.50
12.50


7,505.39


22,104.64


250.00


5,806,688.90


118,672.81


3,374.34
5,468.73


137,567.23









Less Transfer to:
General Revenue Fund .......

Principal Agricultural College Fd.
Less Transfer to:
Interest of Agricultural College Fd.

Tick Eradication Fund ..........
County Road License Fd. Gasoline
Hotel Commission Fund ..........
Less Transfer to:
General Revenue Fund 5,000.00
Hotel Advertising Fd. 12,042.56

Two Cent Shell Fish Planting Fund
State Live Stock Sanitary Board-
Serum Fund ................
State Game Fund ..............
Less Transfers to:
General Revenue Fd. 10,000.00
State Board of Health
Fund ............ 7,500.00
Gen'l Inspection Fd. 12,500.00

General Inspection Fund ........
Less Transfer to:
General Revenue Fd. 75,000.00
Game Fund ........ 12,500.00

Westcott Estate Fund ..........
Fish Hatchery Fund ............
Real Estate Commission Fund.....
Free School Text Book Fund .....
State Board of Architecture-Sur-
plus Fund ...................
University of Florida-Department
of Architecture Fund ..........
Special American Legion Fund ...
Everglades Drainage Fire Tax Fd.


65,000.00

10.82

10.82



82,723.00


17,042.56


178,743.52




30,000.00

589,468.01


87,500.00


72,567.23


234,501.34
60,661.54



55,680.44

300.00

7,689.72





148,743.52




501,968.01

7,164.51
308.00
27,882.81
119,134.35


173.74


12,629.44
2,115.00
3,292.77









A. & M. College, General Education
Board Fund .................. 24,620.24
Less Transfers to:
A. & M. College-Inci-
dental Fund ...... 3,279.72
Permanent Bldg. Fd. 11,044.35 14,324.07 10,296.17

Motor Vehicle License Expense Re-
fund Fund ................... 26.25
Permanent Building Fund ....... 255,164.61
State Board of Health-Centraliza-
tion of Marriage & Divorce Rec-
ords ......................... 27,188.18
Less Transfer to:
State Board of Health ......... 15,000.00 12,188.18

Gasoline Dealers License Tax-Spec.
Fund ........................ 12,363.84
Hotel Commission Advertising Fd.. 18,667.27
Federal Rehabilitation Fund ...... 9,858.92
State Board of Health, Doctors &
Midwives Fund ............... 2,560.26
Small Loan License Fund ........ 3,204.47
State Board of Health, Drug Store
Inspection ..................... 7,307.29
Investment Board Fund .......... 541.54
Capper-Ketchum Fund .......... 23,624.33
Radio Station Incidental Fund ... 1,808.23
A. & M. College-Julius Rosenwald
Fund ....." .................. 4,805.76
Less Transfer to:
University of Fla. Department of
Architecture ................ 122.50 4,683.26

Auto Transportation Advance Pay-
ment Fund ................... 6,860.00
Undistributed Gasoline Tax Fund.. 1,091,907.75
Less Allocations to:
State Road License
Fund-Gasoline.. $363,969.25









County Road License
Fund-Gasoline.. 60,661.54
Public Free School
Ic Gasoline Tax.. 181,984.63
Public Free School
2-3c Gasoline Tax 121,323.08

Railroad Commission Auto Trans-
portation Fund ...............
Auto Transportation Mileage Tax
Fund ........................
Geo. Reed Agricultural Fund .....
Less Transfer to:
George Reed Home Economics Fd.

Geo. Reed Home Economics Fund..
Okeechobee Flood Control Acreage
Tax Fund ....................
Okeechobee Flood Control District
One Mill Tax ...............
Public Free School 1-4 Mill Tax Fd.
Public Free School-Interest Fund
Less Transfer to:
Public Free School 1-4 mill Tax
Fund ......................

Public Free School 2-3c Gasoline
Tax Fund ...................
Public Free School Ic Gasoline Tax
Fund ......................
Auto Transportation Fund, Exp.
Federal Additional Agricultural Ex-
tension .......................
State Board of Health-Division of
Malaria Research ..............
County School Fund, Motor Vehicle
License Commission ...........
Florida Securities Commission Fund
Corporation Capital Stock Tax Ex-
pense Fund ..................


727,938.50


4,095.73

112.50


10,721.01


10,000.00


363,969.25


12,343.94

109,402.79


3,983.23

9,019.46

13,708.94

47,301.60
60,835.33



721.01


253,937.56

274,967.99
7,260.34

21,205.13

11,830.29

4,877,969.20
1,729.36

7,834.48









State Road Distribution Fund.....
Agents Qualification Tax Fund...
Estate Tax Expense .............
Documentary Stamp Tax Expense
Fund ........................
Multiple Stores Tax Expense Fund
Board of Barber Examiners Fund..
State Racing Commission Fund...
Leon County Health Unit Fund...

Net Disbursements ..............
Plus Total Transfers to All Funds.
Plus 'Refunds to General Rev. Fund
Plus Allocation to All Funds .....
Plus Total Cancelled Warrants of
All Funds ....................

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .....


6,145,480.75
7,574.53
9,878.58

12,663.81
78.92
26,838.19
49,372.02
1,404.71

32,281,264.30
1,248,908.27
1,660.81
727,938.50

11,107.94

$34,270,879.82


RECONCILEMENT WITH STATE TREASURY


Total Disbursements .............
Less Total Amount of Cancelled
Warrants of All Funds During
Y ear .........................


Less Total Amount of Outstanding
Warrants on June 30, 1932 .....


Add Total Amount of Outstanding
Warrants on July 1, 1931 .......

Total Treasury Disbursements Dur-
ing Year ......................


$34,270,879.82


11,107.94

$34,259,771.88

391,191.56

$33,868,580.32

742,143.68


$34,610,724.00










SUMMARY


Balance on Hand July 1, 1931.....
Receipts to June 30, 1932 ........
Add Total Amount of Cancelled
Warrants During Year .........
Add Total Amount of Transfers
During Year ..................
Add Total Amount of Allocations
During Year ..................
Add Total Amount of Refunds Dur-
ing Year .....................
Warrants Issued to June 30, 1932..
Balance on Hand June 30, 1932 ...


$ 3,782,419.90
32,152,698.53

11,107.94

1,248,908.27

727,938.50


1,660.81


$37,924,733.95

Reconcilement With State Treasury
Comptroller's Balance June 30, 1932
Warrants Outstanding June 30, 1932


Treasury Balance June 30, 1932....


34,270,879.82
3,653,854.13

$37,924,733.95


$ 3,653,854.13
391,191.56

$ 4,045,045.69











GENERAL REVENUE

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932

RECEIPTS


Taxes, 1929 .....................
Taxes, 1930 .....................
General License .................
State Treasurer:
Licenses-Insurance Companies.
Licenses-Insurance Agents.....
Filing Fees-Insurance Depart-
m ent .......................
Two per cent Insurance Premium
Tax .......................
Two-thirds Interest State Deposits
Fire Insurance Excess Premium
Fund ......................
Interest on State Deposits ......

Secretary of State:
Charter Tax ..................
F ees .........................
Sale of Laws ..................
Sale of Flags .................
Commission Taxes .............
Corporation Capital Stock Tax..
Sale of Desk ..................
Sale of Old Light Fixtures......
Fees from Candidates ..........

Comptroller:
Tax Certificate Tax ............
Tax Certificate Expense ........
Tax Redemption Interest .......
Bank Examination Tax ........
Lime Kiln License .............
One Cent Gasoline Tax .........
Pullman Co., Gross Receipts Tax.


$ 4,816.56
806,020.12
383,073.96


$ 77,450.00
79,908.00

4,265.00

766,900.02
7,911.22

29.13
4,818.15


68,604.13
27,622.75
5,311.15
2.70
15,995.00
230,000.00
10.00
3.50
18,314.80


257,731.44
47,568.26
63,144.39
29,665.00
71.63
1,851,420.46
4,447.79


941,281.52











365,864.03










License-Railroads ............
Documentary Stamp Tax .......
Multiple Stores License Tax ....
Store License .................
Inheritance and Estate Tax.....
Utility Tax ...................
License Issued under Federal
Water Power Act...........

Governor's Office.:
Extradition Fees ..............
Commissioner of Agriculture:
Fees-Field Note Division......
Fees-Land Division...........
Sale of Delerict Property-Hills-
borough County .............

Shell Fish Commissioner:
Three Cent Planting Fund......
Special Shell Fish Planting Fund

Florida National Guard:
Arsenal Expense ........ .....
State Live Stock Board:
Poultry Division ..............
Receipts ................... .....
Refunds:
Radio Station, Univ. of Fla., a/c
Duplicate Warrant ..........
Dividend T. J. Appleyard Est...
Western Union Telegraph Co....
Jurors and Witnesses ..........
University of Florida Gen. Ext...
Florida Ind. School for Girls,
Maint. ...................
Florida Ind. School for Boys,
M aint ... ................
Overcharge-Printing Delinquent
Tax List ...................


51,003.64
264,370.61
18,669.00
80,187.37
170,246.10
120,816.29

.04 2,959,342.02


515.00


969.39
79.50

66.43


1,981.74
83.93


1,115.32



2,065.67


165.82

163.90
5,464,423.92


520.00
67.68
.25
211.24
45.00

2.00

27.79

1.50









Traveling Expenses, Eng. & Ins.
of R. R. ..................... 6.00
Governor's Contingent Fund ... 9.75
Application for Scholarships .... 650.00
Overchange Supreme Court in
Case Fla. R. R. Com. vs. A. C.
L. R. R. ..................... 74.95
Comptroller's Contingent Ex-
penses R. R. Mileage Books Re-
deemed ..................... 44.65 1,660.81

Transfers from:
General Inspection Fund....... 75,000.00
State Game Fund ............. 10,000.00
State Road License Fund (Gaso-
line) ....................... 585,000.00
Auto Theft Fund ............. 65,000.00
M. V. L. Expense Fund......... 60,000.00
Hotel Commission Fund.... ... 5,000.00 800,000.00

TOTAL RECEIPTS ............ $ 6,266,084.73









GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS
IN DETAIL

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932


Salaries:
Executive Department.............
Various Commissioners and Chief
Clerks ................... .....
State Chemist and Assistants .......
Railroad Commissioners ............
Chairman and Members Road Depart-
ment ...........................
State Geologist and Assistants......
Contingent Expense of State........
Less Refund .....................

Governor's Office:
Salaries ..........................
Emergency Appropriation ..........
Governor's Mansion:
Furniture and Repairs ............
Painting, Care and Upkeep ........
Rewards for Fugitives ...............
Secretary of State's Office:
Salaries ..........................
Incidental Expense ................
Postage, Express, Tel. & Tel.........
Improvement and Care Capital, Man-
sion and Grounds ...............
Lights, Fuel, Water and Ice ........
Repairs and Plumbing ............
Salary of Capital Engineer ........
Salary of Watchman ..............
Retirement of State Officials and Em-
ployees ........................
Janitors All Departments...........
Fireman and Janitor ..............
Janitress .........................
Superintendent of Grounds ........
Expense of Primary Election-1932..


$ 44,633.33

66,974.94
17,935.47
15,000.00


$ 5,970.63
9.75


7,800.00
9,400.01

5,960.88


15,968.32
11,005.41

70.86
1,518.28
450.00

13,208.75
605.77
2,210.23

1,838.57
5,491.05
6,320.02
2,100.00
1,200.00

375.00
2,400.00
750.00
600.00
1,800.00
13,279.29









Comptroller's Office:
Salaries ..........................
Bank Examiners-Salaries .........
Bank Examiners-Expense .........
Banking Department Salaries of
Clerks .........................
Building & Loan Examiners-Salaries
Bldg. & Loan Examiners-Expenses
Traveling Expenses-Engineer and
Inspector of Railroads ...........
Less Refund .....................

Contingent Expense ...............
Less Refund ......................

Equipment Fund .................
State Executive and Legislative De-
partment .....................
Burglar Insurance .................
County Finance Department .......
State Treasurer's Office:
Salaries ..........................
Salary of Chief Clerk ..............
Contingent Expense ...............
Contingent Expense-Insurance Dept.
Postage ..........................
Burglar Insurance ................
Remodeling Vaults ................
Fire Insurance Excess Premium Fund
Superintendent of Public Instruction:
Salaries ........................
Printing, Stationery, etc. ..........
Traveling Expense ................
Expense of Supervisor of Physical
Education. .....................
Expense of Supervisor of Secondary
and Elementary Education ......
Smith-Hughes State Appropriation....
Smith-Hughes, Administrative, State
App. ..........................


63,007.79
38,050.00
17,327.25

8,185.00
3,200.00
2,046.96


1,196.99
6.00

1,401.29
44.65


1,190.99


1,356.64

993.89

1,781.36
750.00
9,659.41

28,606.41
3,350.00
832.86
997.43
1,876.13
5,458.06
19.50
10,510.66

22,713.76
4,432.27
749.93

1,500.00

1,995.36
56,011.49

355.43






State Rehabilitation ................. 8,097.81
Less Transfer to:
Federal Rehabilitation ............. 52.62 8,045.19

Teachers Training Dept. of High Schools 2,250.00
Less Transfer to:
Teachers Examination Fund ....... 450.00 1,800.00

Scholarships ........................ 38,750.00
Less Refund ........................ 650.00 38,100.00

State Board for Investigating and Pro-
tecting Land-Incidental Expense ... 62.23
Attorney General's Office:
Salaries .......................... 17,809.70
Incidentals ..............'. ....... 2,193.01
Purchase Books ................... 675.75
Office Equipment ................. 368.93
Indexing and Sidenoting ........... 925.00
Printing General Laws-1931....... 5,500.00
Supreme Court Salaries:
Justices .......................... 51,550.00
Justices, Payments Assigned to Banks 800.00
Law Clerks ....................... 11,325.00
M arshal .......................... 3,000.00
Librarian ......................... 300.00
Clerk ............................ 939.00
Assistant Librarian ................ 2,040.00
Janitors .......................... 1,497.68
Contingent Expense ............... 5,984.52
W atchman ....................... 863.20
Repairs to Buildings and Grounds ... 426.68
Purchase Books ................... 749.00
Lights, Water and Ice .............. 675.89
Fuel and Heating ................. 611.95
Commissioners .................... 18,300.00
Commissioners, Payments Assigned to
Banks ......... ................ 1,200.00
N. A. Phemister Company ......... 416.50
Judicial Department ............... 385,106.94






Judicial Department, Payments As-
signed to Banks ................. 34,808.32
Court Reporters ................... 42,352.42
Court Reporters, Payment Assigned to
Banks .......................... 4,200.00
Court Reporters, Traveling Expenses 2,201.34
Expenses:
Circuit Judges on Supreme Bench.. 431.38
Circuit Judges in Other Circuits... 1,027.81
State Attorneys in Other Circuits.. 599.44
Criminal Judges in Other Circuits. 82.15
State Attorneys-Traveling Exp... 2,637.61
Circuit Judges-Traveling Expenses 3,394.61
Florida National Guard:
Salaries, Officers and Employees..... 28,621.00
Arsenal Expense .................. 10,406.51
Armory Expense .................. 21,697.92
One-fourth Allowance and Band Ex-
pense .......................... 20,300.00
Armory Expense and Uniform Allow-
ance ........................... 6,075.00
Camp Training Expense..... ...... 6,059.43
Special Funds .................... 13,228.16
Emergency Relief Fund ............ 1,433.24
State Auditing Department:
Salaries .......................... 34,250.00
Stenographers .................... 3,000.00
Emergency Audits ... ............. 16,417.65
Traveling Expense ................ 12,304.01
Incidentals ....................... 1,507.51
State Live Stock Sanitary Board:
Salaries .......................... 62,511.73
Purchase, Serum and Virus ......... 24,999.87
Purchase, Serum and Virus, Bills As-
signed to Various Banks .......... 16,153.17
Expense of Collecting Revenue ........ 238,159.28
State Labor Inspector:
Salaries .......................... 2,400.00
Traveling Expense ................ 962.97
Office Rent ....................... 199.00









State Library Board:
Salaries ..........................
Purchase Books, etc. ...............
Incidental and Contingent Expense..
Traveling Expense ................
Furniture and Fixtures ............
Cataloging and Indexing ...........
State Geologist Salaries and Expenses..
Jurors and Witnesses ................ $268,301.13
Less Refund ......................... 211.24

General Printing and Advertising .....
Revolving Fund, or Refunds All Depart-
m ents ............................
Railroad Commissioners, Salaries and
Expense ......................... 37,196.64
Less Refund ........................ 74.95


State Service Officer:
Salaries ..'.........................
Traveling Expense ................
Stenographer ................... ..
Special Shell Fish Commission Planting
F und ............................
Speedy Publication All General Laws..
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Home.
Board of Commissioners, State Institu-
tions, Incidentals ..................
Agricultural Extension Division-
Farmers W eek ....................
State Board of Forestry Fund ........
State Board of Public Welfare ........
Upkeep of Confederate Monument Natu-
ral Bridge ........................
Dade Memorial Park Commission .....
Royal Palm State Park, Repairs, etc....
Taxes School District No. 9, Jackson Co.
Refund on Tax Certificates ...........
Florida State Hospital:
M maintenance ......................


3,000.00
1,131.33
741.56
164.57
158.69
1,200.00
8,230.53

268,089.89

33,592.00

101.96


37,121.69


5,109.68
2,030.04
1,500.00

9,703,27
2,952.00
9,355.62

1,835.24

1,706.98
35,532.97
8,858.54

325.00
600.00
2,000.00
157.23
1,837.67

856,702.55









Maintenance, Bills Assigned to Vari-
ous Banks ....................
Rebuilding Colored Male Building.....
Dormitory Building ...............
Rebuilding White Ward ...........
Fire Hose Equipment..............
Work on Dining Room .............
Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, Dade
County ..........................
Watermelon Diseases .................
Geo. Reed State Appropriation .......
Special Pension Eugene Hawkins .....
To Pay State's Part of Improvement in
City of Tallahassee ................
Florida Crippled Children's Commission
State Board of Law Examiners .......
Florida Industrial School for Girls:
M maintenance ......................
Less Refund .............. ........

Maintenance Bills Assigned to Vari-
ous Banks ......................
Fertilizer ............... ..........
Florida Industrial School for Boys:
M maintenance ......................
Less Refund ......................

Maintenance Bills Assigned to Vari-
ous Banks ......................
School House No. 1 ................
Steam Heating ...................
Repairs and Improvements .........
Florida Farm Colony:
., M maintenance ......................
Repairs and Upkeep ...............
Furniture, Equipment and Repairs..
Furniture, Equipment & Elec. Bills
Assigned to Various Banks ........
Dairy and Mule Feed .............
Seed and Fertilizer ................


124,255:46 '
3,488.03
10,000.00
6,390.65
938.31
4,850.35

11,082.68'
8,523.47
7,662.07
440.00

5,571.87.
44,387.95
1,602.59


30,730.19
2.00


131,218.51
27.79


30,728.19


2,874.25
120.50


131,190.72


548.18
1,671.05
3,786.86
1,958.06

94,906.73
512.40
35.10

54.50
3,141.42
1,497.57










Fire Protection and Extension Water
M ains ......................... 62.26
Laundry Building, etc., Bills Assigned
to Various Banks ................ 181.49
Livestock, Seed, etc., Bills Assigned to
Various Banks .................. 11.85
University of Florida:
Salaries ................ ... ....... 470,549.53
Equipment and Operating Expense.. 194,842.37
General Extension Division-Salaries 28,165.30
General Extension Division, Equip. &
Operating Expenses ............. 8,654.18
Less Refund ...................... 45.00 8,609.18

Chair of American and Southern Hist. 1,720.00
Radio Station, Gainesville, Salaries.. 20,594.39
Radio Station, Gainesville, Eqiup. &
Operating Expense ............... 16,873.51
Less Refund ...................... 520.00 16,353.51

Short Course for Boys ............. 102.05
Agricultural Experiment Station,
Gainesville, Salaries ............. 114,640.48
Agricultural Experiment Station,
Gainesville, Bills Assigned to Vari-
ous Banks ...................... 2,927.43
Agricultural Experiment Station,
Gainesville, Equipment and Operat-
ing Expense .................... 101,425.12
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund,
State Appropriation ............. 49,844.84
Lever Agricultural Extension Fund,
State Appropriation, Bills Assigned
to Various Banks ............... 2,993.67
Florida State College for Women:
Salaries .......................... 349,579.10
Equipment and Operating Expense .. 113,526.77
Home Economics, Extension Work,
Salaries ........................ 4,442.96










Home Economics, Extension Work,
Equip. and Operating Expense.... 5,007.68
Chair of American and Southern Hist. 2,500.00
For Building .................... 1,070.19
Florida A. & M. College:
Salaries .......................... 75,181.89
Equipment and Operating Expense.. 56,872.46
Florida School for the Deaf and the
Blind:
Salaries .......................... 72,656.83
Equipment and Operating Expense.. 57,150.71
To Extend Agricultural Work in More
Counties ......................... 15,296.52
State Plant Board:
Salaries .......................... 120,834.22
Equipment and Operating Expense.. 68,760.24
Fla. Plant Act of 1927, Salaries..... 25,113.55
Fla. Plant Act of 1927, Equipment
and Operating Expense .......... 9,886.45
State Plant Board, Med. Fly Appropria-
tion ........................... 440.80
Tobacco Experiment Station, Salaries.. 8,541.00
Tobacco Experiment Station, Equipment
and Operating Expense ............ 10,855.66
Citrus Station Lake Alfred, Salaries... 5,343.33
Citrus Station Lake Alfred, Equipment
and Operating Expense ............ 6,632.83
Florida State Canal-Salaries ........ 525.00
Florida State Canal-Incidentals ...... 975.80
Everglades Experiment Station, Sal'ries 22,635.65
Everglades Experiment Station, Equip-
ment and Operating Expense........ 30,600.06
Florida National Egg Laying Contest.. 8,725.25
Board of Control, Salaries and Expenses 5,246.44
Expense of Legislation, 1931 .......... 354,202.07
Less Refund ........................ .25 354,201.82

School Teachers' Pension Fund ....... 13,590.96
State School Book Sub Commission.... 1,333.72
Judah P. Benjamin Memorial Fund .... 650.00










Appropriation for Transferring Funds
from General Revenue .............
Less Transfers to:
State Board of Health... $44,500.00
General Inspection ..... 5,000.00
State Prison Fund ..... 75,000.00

Appropriation of Money for Refunding
Money Transferred ................
Less Transfers to:
Hotel Commission ...... $15,000.00
General Inspection...... 28,000.00
Principal of State School
Fund ............... 80,000.00
Permanent Building Fund 32,000.00


Printing Delinquent Tax Li
Less Refund ..............


sts........ 97,790.40
.......... 1.50


Revolving Fund All Funds ...........
Relief Acts:
Obe P. Goode, C. C. C. St. Johns Co.
Chas. B. Parkhill, State Attorney...
Miss Mettie Shaw .................
W. R. Reynolds and Orrin Randolph
R. W. Pearman and L. E. Jordan ....
Louise B. Kennerly ................
Gulf Coast Properties, Inc. .........
Mrs. Claire Caldwell ..............
J. B. Brown ......................


Less Refund:
Dividend from T. J. Appleyard, Inc.
E state .........................


97,788.90


200.00

1,434.06
3,000.00
50.43
97.55
167.05
96.00
53.82
116.38
275.00

$6,069,980.98


67.68


NET DISBURSEMENTS ............ $6,069,913.30
Plus Total Refunds .................. 1,660.81
Plus Total Transfers ................. 280,002.62

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .......................$6,351,576.73


124,500.00



124,500.00


155,000.00


155,000.00










GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932.


6

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Sept., 1931 Oct., 1931 Nov., 1931


July, 1931 Aug., 1931

Salaries of Executive Dept......................... $ 3,833.33$ 3,750.00
Salaries Various Com. & Chief Clerks 3,875.01 6,974.97
State Chemist and Assistants....... ... 1,200.00 1,346.77
Salaries Rairoad Commissioners........... 1,249.98 1,249.98
Sal Chairman & Members Rd. Dept. ........................... 1,300.00
Sal. State Geologist & Ass't..................... 783.34 783.33
Contingent Expense of State.......................... 428.53 382.78
Governor's Office Salaries............................ 1,216.66 1,391.66
Emergency Appropriation (1931) ...... 2,334.37 955.91
Governor's Mansion-Furn. & Repairs .............................. ............................
Gov. Mansion-Paint'g, Care & Upk'p .................................. 175.53
Rew ards for Fugitives .................................... ...................... ...........
Secretary of State-Salaries........................ 1,175.00 1,227.00
Incidental E expense ......................... ................................... ..............................
Postage, Exp., Tel. & Tel....................... 10.20 39.63
Imp. & Care Cap. & Mansion Gr. 150.00 164.37
Lts., Fuel, Water & Ice .................................................. 638.75
Repairs & Plumbing .................................... 1,200.00 392.33
Sal. of Capitol Engr. ............................... 175.00 175.00
Salary of Watchman .............................. 100.00 100.00
Ret. State Officials & Employes...... 31.25 31.25
Janitors All Depts. ....................................... 200.00 200.00
Fireman and Janitor ......................... 62.50 62.50
Janitress ................................................................. 50.00 50.00
Supt. of Grounds .......................................... 150.00 150.00
Expense, Primary Elect., 1932..........................
Corp. Cap. Stock Tax Exp..................................... ....... ........
Comptroller's Office-Salaries.................. 7,174.81 5,484.15
Bank Examiners Sal. ................................ 3,316.66 3,316.66
Bank Examiners Expense ..................... 150.07 1,435.24
Banking Dept., Sal. Clerks ..................... ..................... 825.00
Bldg. & Loan Examiners Sal............. 550.00 400.00
Bldg. & Loan Examiners Exp. ........ 189.59 185.61
Engr. & Inspector R. R. .................... 52.75 78.73
Contingent Expense ................................... 144.00 219.58
E quipm ent Fund ......................................................................... 30.85
State Executive & Leg. Dept............. 337.73 119.54
B urglar In surance .......................................... .............................. ..............................
C county F finance D ept ................................. ............................. ............................
State Treasurer's Office-Salaries...... 2,430.27 2,750.98
Salary Chief Clerk ....................................... 300.001 300.00
Contingent Expense ................ ......... .................. 275.99
Contingent Exp. Ins. Dept .................. 6.00 183.04
Postage ........................... .................. 169.561 191.91
Burglar Insurance ..... ......................... .............................. 4.08
Remodeling Vaults .............................................. 19.50
Fire Ins., Excess Prem. Fund............... 26.48 88.27
Supt. Public Instruction-Salaries ...... 2,143.33 1,852.50
Printing, Stationery, etc ....................... 69.61 940.72
Traveling Expenses ................................. ...................... 139.07
Tray. Exp. Supervisor Phys. Ed.........
Tray. Exp. Supr. Sec. of Elem. Ed. 34.04 ..............................
Smith-Hughes State App. ........................ 2,472.85 9,683.83
Smith-Hughes Adm.,-State.................. 205.43 150.00
State Rehabilitation .................................... 333.33 1,102.05
Teachers Train. Dept. High School 1,200.00 450.00
Scholarships ................ ....... ..... 800.00 .... ..................
State Bd. for Inv. & Prot'g Land
Inc. E xp. ..................................... ....
Attorney General's Office-Salaries... 1,501.65 1,501.65
Incidentals ............................................. ....... 499.59 279.34
Purchase Books .......................................... 128.75 35.00
O office E quipm ent ...................................... ............................... 10.00
Index and Side N voting ....................... .................. ..............................
Printing General Laws (1931)...................................
Supreme Court-Salaries Justices........ 4,800.00 4,249.98
Payments Assigned to Banks .......... ..... ...............
Law Clerks ............................... ......... 900.00 945.00
M arshal ................................. .......................... 250.00 250.00
L librarian ............................................................. 25.00 25.00
C lerk ............................................ ........................... 78.25 78.25
Asst. Librarian ........... ............................ 200.00 170.00
Salaries Janitors ............................................. 180.00 141.18
Contingent Expense ............. ........ 611.65 167.84
Watchman ...................... ... ...... 75.00 58.82
R repairs to B ldg. & G r. .................... ........ ................... ..... .. ...........


$ 3,750.00
5,499.98
1,375.00
............................
650.00
783.33
349.46
1,391.66
410.57
400.59
.............................. I
1,246.75
55.00
30.47
118.25
919.00
1,147.19
175.00
100.00
31.25
200.00
62.50
50.00
150.00

5,484.15
3,316.66
1,448.87
825.00
250.00
137.06
182.40
82.10
9.75
120.49
750.001
1,673.18
2,495.97
300.00
25.37
10.86
180.82
640.00
..............................
1,895.43
442.20
19.25
32.92
.......... .I. ...... 1
1,471.25
.........
1,373.09
600.00


1,596.65
79.70
7.50
.........................

4,249.98
945.00
250.00
25.001
78.25
170.00
141.18
816.81
58.82
. .......................... .


$ 3,750.00
5,374.98
1,413.70
2,499.96
650.00
783.33
736.78
1,391.66
392.00
167.01
1,115.00
20.46
185.29
147.72
496.58
433.14
175.00
100.00
31.25
200.00
62.50
50.00
150.00

5,484.15
3,316.66
1,499.63
825.00
250.00
188.80
125.69
52.94
140.25
80.75
... .. .
823.34
2,256.65
300.00
131.80
285.89
179.10
................... ..
1,360.55
1,862.50
208.37
92.65
16.30
10.43
7,949.26
2,152.19

9,000.00

50.00
1,516.65
43.28
104.00
12.15
300.00
4,249.98

945.00
250.00
25.00
78.25
170.00
141.18
179.87
58.82
5.75


$ 3,750.00
5,375.00
1,575.00
1,250.01
650.00
783.33
458.70
1,391.67
1,425.61
286.02

1,115.00
30.00
18.26
167.15
377.21
491.96
175.00
100.00
31.25
200.00
62.50
50.00
150.00

5,477.50
3,316.67
1,643.00
825.00
250.00
145.28
50.05
63.85
65.80
133.76
713.89
2,668.68
300.00
41.40
74.16
127.07

4,367.24
1,862.50
77.81
134.85
187.11
227.87
6,398.72


10,200.00

...... ........ ..
1,516.67
146.47
38.00

4,249.98

945.00
250.00
25.00
78.25
170.00
141.18
1,412.29
58.82
16.19








GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932.


Dec., 1931 Jan., 1932 -Feb., 1932
SI


$ 3,750.00
5,375.00
1,575.00
1,250.01
650.00
783.33
337.08
1,391.67
639.50
........ .... .
159.96
1,115.00
73.10
115.66
132.78
577.67
331.83
175.00
100.00
31.25
200.00
62.50
50.00
150.00


5,134.17
3,066.671
1,673.93
825.001
250.00
150.15
100.14
74.70
64.00
35.89
770.00
2,474.68
300.00
52.61
18.34
173.92

75.00
1,862.50
176.44
7.56
262.84
359.95
5,204.24
630.96



1,516.67
191.10
31.00


4, '49.98
945.00
......... ... ... .. .



250.00
25.00
78.25
170.00
141.18
647.22
58.82


$ 3,700.00
5,750.00
1,575.00
1,250.01
650.00
783.33
549.48
1,391.67
1,092.50
145.53
..................... g- -.
995.001
3.60
36.05
130.68
456.30
275.30
175.00
100.00
31.25
200.00
62.50
50.00
150.00
28.50


4,950.84
3,066.67
1,271.39
825.00
..................... i6
153.19
34.00
247.68
116.00
220.81
... 865.00
2,429.68
300.00
121.69
62.54
296.66

1,777.84
1,872.50
172.02
52.51
28.75
6,311.77

91.33

............ ...............

1,516.67
83.12
79.25
125.00
4,249.98
945.00
250.00
25.00
78.25
170.00
141.18
288.46
58.82
44.64


$ 3,700.00
5,750.00
1,575.00
1,250.01
650.00
783.33
543.53
1,391.67
547.67
142.27
200.00
995.00
236.37
107.40
482.79
287.47
175.00
100.00
31.25
200.00
62.50
50.00
150.00
2,533.63


4,950.84
3,066.67
1,951.10
825.00
500.00
259.74
236.42
85.36
337.94
136.41
.............. 6 .i ...
927.00
2,165.00
230.00
47.22
36.20
198.57

539.14
1,872.50
585.09
142.44
294.97
427.69
1,961.62
3.75

8,600.00
12.23
1,516.67
47.27
23.50
69.30

4,249.98

945.00
250.00
25.00
78.25
170.00
141.18
505.71
58.82
1...... I...........


Mar., 1932 Apr., 1932 May, 1932 June, 1932 TOTALS
I
$ 3,650.001$ 3,650.00 $ 3,650.00 $ 3,700.001$ 44,633.33 1
5,750.00 5,750.00 5,750.00 5,750.00 66,974.94 2
1,575.00 1,575.00 1,575.00 1,575.00 17,935.47 3
1,250.01 1,250.01 1,250.01 1,250.01 15,000.00 4
650.00 650.00 650.00 650.00 7,800.00 5
783.34 783.34 783.34 783.34 9,400.01 6
393.221 430.16 775.05 585.86 5,970.63 7
1,252.50 1,252.50 1,252.50 1,252.50 15,968.32 8
1,104.67 808.72 686.05 607.84 11,005.41 0
14.15 14.25 ..................... 42.46 70.86110
41.37 ............. ...... ... ...................... .... ....................... 1,518.28 11
............ ........... .. ..... ................... 250.00 450.00 12
995.00 995.00 995.00 1,240.00 13,208.75 13
14.81 77.50 144.34 186.96 605.77 14
212.16 84.13 958.61 333.40 2,210.23 15
123.70 139.50 195.52 261.50 1,838.57 16
555.30 454.17 263.70 269.58 5,491.05 17
693.09 602.83 346.24 118.64 6,320.02 18
175.00 175.00 175.00 175.00 2,100.00 19
100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 1,200.00 20
31.25 31.25 31.25 31.25 375.00 21
200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 2,400.00 22
62.50 62.50 62.50 62.50 750.00 23
50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 600.00 24
150.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 1,80000 25
390.50 4,631.00 5,214.01 481.65 13,279.29 26
S..... .. ..................... ......................... .......... .. ........................ 27
4,538.67 4,838.67 4631.171 4,838.67 63,007.79 28
3,066.67 3,066.67 3,066.67 3,066.67 38,050.00 29
1,457.63 1,668.80 1,659.16 1,468.43 17,327.25 30
760.00 760.00 445.00 445.00 8,185.00 31
250.00 250.00 250.00 ..................... ... 3,200.00 32
162.42 174.63 217.46 83.03 2,046.96 33
167.28 91.91 77.62 .......................... 1,196.99 34
85.13 131.64 56.13 158.18 1,401.29 35
229.30 ............................. ............................. .......................... 993.89136
152.85 96.75 227.75 118.631 1781.36137
....................... ...... ......................... ... .............................. ... ........... .......... 7 50 .0 01 3 8
955.00 1,013.00 923.00 996.00 9,659.41 39
2,331.50 2,237.00 2,201.00 2,165.00 28,606.41 40
250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 3,350.00 41
43.38 47.76 33.45 12.10 832.86 42
62.27 34.21 58.70 165.22 997.43 43
48.78 150.95 40.35 118.44 1,876.13 44
..... ................... .......... .. .............. 4,813.98 5,458.06145
.. .. .... 19.50 46
273.551 ..... 1,843.29 159.30 10,510.66147
1,872.50 1,872.50 1,872.50 1,872.50 22,713.76148
273.19 838.62 614.77 33.43 4,432.27 49
17.22 52.94 26.59 64.83 749.93 50
147.95 143.44 213.05 172.67 1,500.00 51
230.48 299.36 247.42 158.12 1,995.36 52
1,601.68 3,952.95 2,650.15 6,353.17 56,011.49 53
..........................355.43 54
898.05 446.61 ........... ......... 1,066.45 8,097.81 55
....... ... ............................ ..... : .. .... ........... ..........2,250.00 56
10,150.00 ................................ .................................... ................. 38,750.00 57
S........ .. 1 6 02 .2 3 5 8
1,406.68 1,406.68 1,406.681 1,406.38 17,809.70 59
321.78 189.25 82.881 229.23 2,193.01 60
16.75 223.75 ....... ....... ...... 26.25 675.75 61
9,89 20.00 92.65 116.94 368.93 62
100.00 .... ............. 200.00 200.00 925.00 63
S.. 5,000.00 500.00 ..... 4........ 5,500.00 64
4,250.04 4,250.04 4,250.04 4,250.02 51,550.00 65
S ...... 800.00 ........... 800.00 66
945.00 945.00 945.00 975.00 11,325.00 67
250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 3,000.00 68
25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 300.00 69
78.25 78.25 78.25 78.25 939.00 70
170.00 170.00 170.00 140.00 2,040.00 71
141.18 141.18 47.06 ............................. 1,497.68 72
391.32 492.88 275.44 195.03 5,984.52 78
58.82 58.82 152.941 105.881 863.20174
226 .......................... .... 1 133.821 426.68175


. ............... ..... .. ................. ................ .


I


I









GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932.


d
July, 1931 Aug., 1931 Sept., 1931 Oct., 1931 Nov., 1931
"^ ___


1 Supreme Court-Purchase Books ..........
2 Lights, Water and Ice ..........................
3 Fuel and Heating ...................................
4 Commissioners, Salaries .....................
5 Comm. Sal. Paym't Ass'd to Banks
6 N. A. Phemister Co. ........... ............
7 Judicial Dept. Salaries.............
8 Sal. Paym't Ass'd to Banks ...........
9 Court Reporters-Salaries ...
10 Sal. Payment Ass'd to Banks...
11 Traveling Expenses ...........................
12 Expense Circuit Judges-Supreme Ct.
13 In Other Circuits ........
14 Trav. Exp. State Atty Other Circuits
15 Exp. Criminal Judges, Other Circuits
16 Trav. Exp. State Attorneys ....................
17 Tray. Exp. Circuit Judges .........................
18 Fla. Nat. Guard, Sal. Officers & Emp.
19 Arsenal Expense ...... .............................
20 Armory Expense .................................
21 1-4 Allowance & Band Expense.........
22 Armory Exp. & Uniform Allowance
23 Camp Training Exp .......................
24 Special Funds .................. ..............
25 Emergency Relief Fund .....................
26 State Auditing Dept.-Salaries ...............
27 Stenographers ................................ .........
28 Emergency Audits .............................
29 Traveling Expense ................ ...
30 Incidentals ............................... ...................
31 State Live Stock San. Bd.-Salaries
32 Purchase Serum and Virus ...............
33 Pur. Serum and Virus, Bills Ass'd
to Var. Banks .....................................
34 Expense Collecting Revenue ..............
35 State Labor Inspector-Salaries............
36 Traveling Expenses ................
37 Office Rent ................ ......... .......................
38 State Library Board-Salaries.................
39 Purchase Books, etc. ...........................
40 Incidental and Contingent Exp........
41 Traveling Expense .....................................
42 Furniture and Fixtures ....................
43 Cataloging and Indexing ................
44 State Geologist-Salaries & Expense...
45 Jurors and Witnesses ............
46 General Printing and Advertising......
47 Revolving Funds or Refunds All Dept.
48 R. R. Comm. Salaries and Expenses...
49 State Service Officer-Salary & Asst.
50 Traveling Expenses ......... ..............
51 Stenographer ................. .............................
52 Spec. Shell Fish Comm. Plant'g Fund
53 Speedy Pub. of All Gen. Laws ..........
34 Relief Acts .............................
55 Confederate Soldiers' & Sailors' Home
56 Bd. Comm'rs State Inst.-Incidentals
57 Printing Delinquent Tax Lists .......
58 Agri. Dept., Agri. Ext. Div., Farmers
W eek ........ .. ..................................
59 State Board of Forestry Fund ................
60 State Board of Public Welfare ...............
61 Upkeep Confed. Monument Nat'l Br.
62 Dade Memorial Park Comm. .....................
63 Royal Palm Park, Repairs, etc. ...............
64 Taxes School Dist. No. 9, Jackson Co.
65 Refund on Tax Certificates ........................
66 Fla. State Hospital-Maintenance ....
67 Bills Ass'd to Var. Banks ........................
68 Rebuilding Col. Male Bldg ..................
69 Purchase of Stone Land ........................
70 Rebuilding White Wards ........................
71 Fire Hose Equipment .............................
72 Work on Dining Room ..............................
73 Sub-Tropical Exp. Station-Dade Co.
74 Watermelon Diseases ...................
75 Relief Act-J. B. Brown ..............................


$ ...........................
15.12
611.95
1,800.00
... ..... .........

31,251.681

3,37500


$ ....... ..... .. -
50.93
1,500.00
................... .....


.......- ..................
39.64

1,500.00
..... ..... I.........


. . . . ................ I ... .... .
34,971.16 31,994.24

4,050.00 3,375.00


121.58

1,500.00
. ... .......... .
416.50
31,754.18
5,000.00
3,552.42


.... ...... ....... ...... .. ...-.. .........................I-- I .... ........................ I ---- --


178.09

............ .. ...
154.57
240.72
............ ...... .. I
707.15
2,818.77
3,262.50
1,250.00
80.21






4,564.46


19,120.37



250.00
145.47
118.47

21.69
100.00
300.00
12,859.80
929.33

4,668.781
200.00
131.84

1,688.00
4,434.06
112.00
700.00

3,385.54
1,057.50


26.27
43.00
................. .... I
44.95
69.00
2,815.82
908.46
113.06
3,087.50
1,050.00
264.65
38.97
1,004.09
5,500.00
500.00
3,099.54
1,039.19
184.95
3,936.36
..............................

3,887.91
200.00
76.88
19.50
250.00
....................... .


100.00
532.81
8,244.55
2,943.78
4,041.74
250.00
172.18
125.00
279.91
1,232.00
147.98
956.44
164.52
12,347.10

15.43
3,837.34

10.00
50.00


.. ............. ... .......... .. .

22.78 129.91
31,537.28 108,763.66



754.95 183.36
....... ... .............. .
1,260.361 807.02
808.36! 589.73
........................... 25.00


110.45
49.75
17.20
28.20
118.23
212.53
5,344.92
803.75
702.39
400.00
850.00
1,266.66
71.79
328.17
2,875.00
250.00
1,370.16
1,197.90
263.74
4,851.29
3,305.30

21,742.66
200.00
78.14
16.00
250.00
83.96
121.47
100.00
100.00
556.66
11,752.75
1,881.37
963.74
900.00
265.34
250.00
308.38
32.00
316.87
870.00
232.49
28,766.80
1,591.87
3,926.97
836.74
100.00
100.00

107.37
39,153.67


............... ...........


821.61
616.12
25.00


429.00
217.41
55.00
152.11
... ............ ...'
651.05
475.59
2,757.00
788.45
1,417.05
1,575.00
175.00
349.16
882.55
100.98
2,875.00
250.00
1,322.95
1,089.09
367.35
5,103.48
3,774.66

25,614.29
200.00
85.45
17.00
250.00
152.31
62.16

100.00
407.70
26,823.25
6,327.69

4,630.04
450.00
147.69
125.00
230.00

859.35
57.34
23,576.89
99.68
4,002.771
665.24
.... ... .
50.00

120.69 .
110,294.20
30,000.00

1,705.43

1,503.00
930.321
623.48
25.00


$ 250.50
66.56

1,500.00

31,479.16

3,500.00


300.59
3.00
395.86
189.42
80.43
593.36
2,570.09
684.71
2,245.56
1,912.50
875.00
70.50
415.72

2,875.00
250.00
1,296.04
1,021.01
170.29
5.619.55
2,722.45

21,893.40
200.00
69.16
18.50
250.00
54.60
52.47

100.00
1,172.54
30,025.80
1,886.13
2,352.74
450.00
194.60
125.00
150.00

829.35
18.25
23,053.71
... .. I .......
4,515.74
759.82
50.00
...............g ....
157.23
... .... .. .. .. .
59,319.46

999.20

834.56
........... -I
830.83
545.15
25.00


- - ---- -








GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932.


Dec., 1931 Jan., 1932 Feb., 1932 Mar., 1932 Apr., 1932 May, 1932 June, 1932 TOTALS j

______I ____ _|__ ___ ___
$ 338.00 $ 12.00 $ 90.50 $.....................$.... $ 15.001$........................$ 43.00j$ 749.00 1
61.61 69.11 63.83 64.89 42.32 29.22 51.081 675.89 2
...... .................... .... .....611.951
1,o500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.001 1,500.00 1,500.00 18,800.00 4
..... ........................ .............................. .............................. .............................. .............................. 1 ,2 0 0 .0 0 1 .............................. 1 ,2 0 0 .0 0 5
........... .. ....... ...... .......................... 1,200 ............. ......... 41 6.50 5
32,779.16 31,629.16 31,964.36 31,590.18 32,122.851 31,883.33 31,687.48 385,106.94 7
............000.00 ................ 5,000.00 .......................... 19,808.32 ........................... 34808.32 8
3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 3,500.00 42,352.42 9
.. ......... .................. ...................... .............. 4,200.00 .............................. 4,200.00 10
339.89 42.78 94.98 210.82 213.07 245.87 35.80 2,201.34 11
19.21 35.00 45.00 111.76 ............................. 431.38 12
266.53 27.20 10.00 167.20 30.00 ..................................... ............... 1,027.81 13
89.95 ..... .... .. ... 64.50 43.26 ............................... .............................. 599.44 14
.............. .9 5 .............................. ............................................... .......... .......... ..... ........................... ..82.15 15
506.33 176.19 304.11 205.30 89.95 291.95 14.55 2,637.61 16
322.31 104.18 271.37 131.28 297.77 186.54 489.96 3,394.61 17
55.00 2,522.17 2,477.00 4,849.00 2,553.00 2,637.001 40.00 28,621.00 18
678.84 1,944.11 575.40 1,166.95 478.69 521.091 1,148.91 10,406.51 19
2,082.55 1,053.64 369.61 4,590.44 950.04 1,575.091 3,779.72 21,697.92 20
1,050.00 2,600.00 900.00 837.50 2,100.00[ 1,012.50 1,562.50 20,300.00 21
-450.00 150.00 150.00 525.00 100.001 475.00 525.00 6,075.00 22
142.60 109.00 124.07 158.94 90.00 591.90 2,811.74 6,059.43 23
582.86 141.58 425.97 1,986.30 2,767.35 4,375.51 1,539.56 13,228.16 24
...................... ......................1,4 3.24........ ............................. .............................. 25 .............................. 1,433.24 25
2,875.00 2,875.00 2,875.00 2,875.00 2,875.00 2,875.00 2,85.00 34,250.0026
250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 250.001 3,000.00 27
1,291.65 1,284.22 1,313.89 1,282.15 1,335.77 1,311.48 1,509.80 16,417.65 28
1,122.44 1,137.05 1,094.86 1,003.74 988.28 914.42 1,696.031 12,304.01 29
72.24 65.84 19.75 75.92 69.89 100.721 116.821 1,507.51130
5.426.99 5,386.22 5,947.25 5,303.66 2,309.32 9,297.64 4,765.511 62,511.73 31
1,936.04 1,703.93 2,479.87 2,746.79 3,848.93 2,481.90 .............................. 24,999.87 32
2,455.49 ......... ......... 13,697.68 ................... ... 16,153.17 33
49,620.49 52,807.66 7,453.80 3,654.70 18,855.47 2,660.96 10,847.57 238,159.28 34
200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 400.00 2.400.00 35
81.45 86.49 71.79 86.55 78.561 77.87 170.63 962.97 36
16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 32.00 199.00 37
250.00 250.001 250.00 250.00 250.001 250.00 250.00 3,000.00 38
103.16 257.76 72.90 97.91 61.29 72.57 29.40 1,131.33 39
33.00 74.51 37.12 151.33 71.21 6.25 13.57 741.56 40
......... ... ............................ .......... ....... ........... 30.00 77.46 57.11 164.57 41
.. 17.00 ................ .. .... 20.00 I ............ ................. ............. 158.69 42
100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 1,200.00 43
431.00 779.44 702.68 1,003.80 698.34 775.92 869.64 8,230.53 44
32,672.35 23,468.05 26,015.90 22,501.80 24,426.71 29,221.671 20,288.50 268,301.13 45
2,156.15 2;432.93 1,988.85 1,821.55 917.45 8,207.66 2,099.111 33,592.00 46
..... ............................ ................... .. 68.96 33.001 101.96 47
2,643.53 2,411.46 2,673.99 2,883.98 3,093.08 3,175.41 3,658.15 37,196.64148
359.68 250.00 450.00 450.00 450.001 450.00 450.00 5,109.68149
135.81 115.28 172.64 224.26 178.06 112.04 180.30 2,030.04 50
S125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 1,500.00 51
300.00 550.00 ....................... 300.001 150.00 3,820.81 3,614.17 9,703.27 52
..... ................. 2,952.00 53
.... ......... .. 116. 8 ..................5,015.29.......... .............................. ..........................5 015 29 54
810.00 945.16 625.00 900.00 910.32 840.00 810.00 9,355.62 55
11.00 21.30 114.671 233.04 16.50 76.43 797.701 1,835.24 56
5,121.30 2,867.70 117.90 560.40 .............................. ............................. 678.60 97,790.40 57
.......... 1,706.98 58
5,516.59 4,700.451 1,833.281 1,614.29 1,090.00 1,110.00 .................. 35,532.97 59
791.79 764.93 858.76 869.62 732.03 1,401.87 120.241 8,858.54 60
.................. ...... ......................... ............... .......... ........ ........ ... 125.00 325.00 61
50.00 50.00.................. 100.00 50.00 50.00 6000062
................ ..... ........ .... ............... ....................... .. 2,0 .0 0 .............................. .............................. 2,000 .00 63
..................... ..... ..... ................. .. ............ ....... ............... ... ... ........ ........ ......... 1 5 7 .2 3 16 4
157.23 64
75.94 362.78 41.29 270.87 691.26 8.33 6.45 1,837.67 65
84,775.28 82,549.88! 71,823.52 60,115.13 76,554.46 69,288.59 62,527.42 856,702.55 66
...... 30,000.00 ............................. 27,544.51 ..................... 36,710.95 ...................... 124,255.46 67
553.39 1,075.35 ..................... 860.09 ............................. ........... ..................... ................ ..... 3,488.03 68
10,000.00 ......... ...... ........ .......... .................................................................. .... .. ...................... 10,000. 0 69
641.881 707.86! 517.29 459.60 598.23 620.07 305.73 6,390.65 70
.................... .... ..... ..... ................. ............ ........ ... ... ... ..............I.. .......................... ..3......... ...71
......... .......... 857.77 ............. ........ 520.49 859.87 1,109.22 4,850.35172
1,370.13 1,263.41 901.34 729.58 751.51 849.60 566.97 11,082.68173
711.18 735.56 942.08 656.08 611.07 804.89 879.77 8,523.47174
25.00 25.00] 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 275.00 75










GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932

6 I

I July, 1931 Aug., 1931 Sept., 1931 Oct., 1931 Nov., 1931
,C!


1 Geo. Reed-State Appropriation ......... $ 1,240.00 $
2 Spec. Pension-Eugene Hawkins ........ 40.00
3 State's Part of Improvements-Talla. .....................
4 Fla. Crippled Children's Commission ................
5 State Board of Law Examiners........... .........................
6 Fla. Ind. Sch. for Girls-Maintenance 295.88
7 Bills Ass'd to Various Banks ........................ ..
8 F ertilizer .................... ................... .. .........
9 Fla. Ind. Sch. for Boys-Maintenance 6,245.18
10 Maint., Bills Ass'd to Various Bks. .................
11 School House No. 1 ......................... 632.60
12 Steam H eating .......... ......................................................
13 Repairs and Improvements ....................... .............
14 Fla. Farm Colony -Main........................ 5,462.19
15 Repairs and Upkeep ... ...... ..... ....... .......... ...........
16 Furn. Equipment and Repairs .................................
16% Furniture, Equipm't, & Elec. Bills
Assigned to Various Banks .... ...................... ....
17 Dairy and Mule Feed ................. ....... ......... ................
18 Seed and Fertilizer ................................. ...........................
19 Fire Prot. and Ext. Water Mains..........................
20 Laundry Building, etc., Bills Ass'd
to Various Banks ............................... ... .................. ....
21 Livestock, Seed, etc., Bills Ass'd
to Various Banks .................... .................... ....
22 Univ. of Florida-Salaries ............................................
23 Equip. & Op. Expenses ................... 80,697.81
24 Gen. Ext. Div.-Salaries ................... 2.50
25 Gen. Ext. Div. Equip. & Oper. Exp. ...........
26 Chair of American & South. Hist. 28.00 ....
27 Radio Station, Gainesvlle-Sals.... ...............
28 Radio Station, Equip. & Oper. Exp. 7,038.76
29 Short Course for Boys ............... 79.55 ....
30 Agri. Exp. Sta. Gainesville-Sals. ..... ...............
31 Ag. Ex., Bills Ass'd to Var. Bks. .... .......... ..
32 Ag. Ex. Sta., Equip. & Oper. Exp. 35,307.15
33 Lever Agri. Ext. Fd. State App. ....... 4,693.00
34 Bills Ass'd to Various Banks .......... .......................
35 Fla. State College for Women-Sals. ............................
36 Equipment & Operating Exp. ........... 45,321.82 ...
37 Home Economics Ext. W k. .................................................
38 Salaries .......................... ................... ....... 1,359.46
39 Chair of Amer. & Sou. History ...........................
40 For Building ..................... .......... ............ ............... ....
41 Fla. A. & M. College-Salaries ................ .....
42 Equip. & Operating Expense ........... 4,426.06
43 Fla. Sch. for Deaf & Blind-Salaries .....................
44 Equip. & Operating Exp............ 8,314.84
45 To Ext. Agri. Work in More Counties 1,922.52
46 State Plant Board-Salaries ...............................
47 Equip. & Oper. Expense .................. 38,443.96
48 Fla. Plant Act of 1927-Salaries.. .....................
49 Equip. & Oper. Expense .........................................
50 State Plant Bd.-Med. Fruit Fly App. ............................
51 Tobacco Experi. Sta., Quincy-Sal........................
52 Equip. & Operating Exp. ...................... 3,933.42
53 Citrus Sta., Lake Alfred-Salaries.................................
54 Equip. & Operating Expense ............... 1,656.54
55 Fla. State Canal-Salaries ........................ ..............
56 Incidental .... ... ...........................................................................
57 Everglades Exp. Sta. Fd.-Salaries.... ...........
58 Equip. & Operating Exp......... 3,275.56
59 Fla. Nat'l Egg Laying Contest ............ 654.98
60 Board of Control-Sal. & Exp. .... ..... 218.60
61 Expense of Legislature-1931................. .....................
62 School Teachers Pension Fund....................................
63 Judah P. Benjamin Memorial Fund.................................
64 App. of Money for Refund Money Tr. 5,000.00
65 Revolving Fund-All Fnds ........................ ...
66 State School Book Sub. Comm........ ....
67 App. for Trans. Fds. from Gen. Rev. 75,000.00 ....


2,258.29
40.00
5,571.87.
2,862.40
3,598.99

15,824.17
589.75


$ ....... ...................
40.00
2,591.15

2,681.67
.............................

12,256.52
251.95


$ 225.00

2,437.93
2,965.01

10,368.73
.......... ........
148.88


11,482.59 2 10,369.70 ."9,035.12
.... ..... ".. .. ..... ......~......
35.10 .................... ..........................


6 847.BU
80.00
3,116.40
3,083.84
.......................

13,321.93



.8,550... 74


342.00 O314.0 307.89 ... 55.97
293.00 ........................... 39.94 .....


30,873.49
9,747.73
3,025.06
459.61
1,720.32
1,000.73
10,548.79
3,843.69
3,055.43

.. ..............
433.17
325.00


7,481.651
4,023.93
799.99
1,877.70
1,690.00
12,308.44
3,560.95
1,274.58
121.68


738.00
307.68
454.33
210.77


13,086.75
9,553.94
3,064.90
341.02
..... ..... ...
1,861.40'
1,300.12
10,662.45
5,593.97
3,296.08
..... .... ..............
9,427.10
4,168.80
498.28
365.00


3,856.65
5,220.64
799.99
2,810.36
1,690.00
11,907.06
2,638.78
1,274.62
92.52


747.50
435.17
454.33
446.95


1,964.65 1,964.67
1,083.88 1,748.98
599.06 749.72
622.42 394.84
8.00 1,000.00
440.00 1,120.00
100.00 100.00
5,000.00 20,000.00


8,300.27
12,079.53
4,660.81
578.29
423.00
1,864.60
623.74
10,321.17
6,176.64
3,415.93
...... ... .......
42,453.52
7,737.20
150.72
161.00


5,126.65
5,638.72
5,037.90
6,808.58
1,600.00
12,295.80
3,623.07
1,274.62
59.79
425.80
744.00
345.82
554.34
427.16

1,894.68
2,328.66
775.51
769.72
9,917.75
160.00
50.00


52,973.42
12,618.38
2,881.98
2,062.00
423.00
1,893.47
536.43
10,484.62
5,558.11
5,166.83
...... .... ... ..
43,542.93
9,389.05
382.85
394.33


6,944.66
5,886.62
8,715.40
4,529.13
1,600.00
12,309.83
4,383.13
1,269.62
203.68
5.00
795.50
319.80
554.33
632.39

2,044.65
3,100.22
954.15
20.18
10,160.40
1,160.00
50.00


68 TOTALS .................................................................... $515,788.75 $427,051.661 $380,633.581 $558,621.301 $523,036.84


........... .. ... .....


................. ..... I ...................... ....









GENERAL REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932



Dec., 1931 Jan., 1932 Feb., 1932 Mar., 1932 Apr., 1932 May, 1932 June, 1932 TOTALS a

$ 327.93 $ 625.00 $ 152.00 $ 125.001$ 625.00|$ 273.75 $ 962.501$ 7,662.07| 1
... .... 40.00 40.00 40.001 40.001 40.001 40.00 440.001 2
............. 5,571.871 3
,809.10 4,083.46 4,562.34 5,201.88 4,9001 10,822.78.................. 44,387.951 4
.. .....0 .... ........61 4.0 8.20 1,0............... 8 3.........2......... ... .......... ............ 10 3 602.73 .191
,986.9 2,636. 1,278.61 4.078.20 1,308.68 3,627.22 2,189.00 80,730.191 6
....... ......... .......... ... ................... 2,874.25 .......... ... 2,874.251 7
....... ...... 120.50... ...... ............... ..... ............. .. ... ........ .. 120.50 8
. ................ ....... .. ..... .......... .... 348.18 .. ...................... .. 548.18 10
4... .. ......................... ............................. ....... ................ ....... .........8.. 1 ........................ 1,671 054 1 110
47.876 .... .................. ......................... .1,671.......... .............05 11
3,576.86 ...................... ...... _**. ....-: 210.00.. 1 3,786.86 12
... .... .. ......... ...- ... 582.57 1,210.10 114.63 50.761 1,958.06 13
8,057.41 7,146.09 6,818.43 8,902.71 5,403.09 6,280.84 7,397.82) 94,906.73 14
303.81 33.78 ............... 60.20 .....__ 114.61 512.40 15
35.10116
... .......... ..... .................. ....... .... 54.50. ......... .. 35.10 16
.. ......... 54.50 ......... .............. 54.50116
372.04 383.02 220.25 287.56 237.48 202.44 218.77 3,141.42117
... .... ... .. 1,110.08 51.80 2.75 ................ .. ..... ...... 1,497.57118
.- --.. --- -__.-- _- _. 46.50 15.76 ................... 62.26119
... ......... ............... ..... .. ... ............ .. 181.49 .... ........ 181.49120
..... ............ ... ............ .. 11.85 1... ................ 11.85121
41,852.45 58,206.51 54,718.00 53,937.57 50,554.35 51,846.12 54,200.60 470,549.53 22
8097.18 14,624.47 8,558.10 7,754.25 10,475.85 11,858.76 8,776.37 194842.37 23
2,882.01 2,882.01 2,957.01 2,984.51 2,824.51 .................... ...................... 28,165.30 24
328.87 590.02 808.52 2,414.41 552.58 509.86 ...... ................ 8,654.18 25
423.00 .... ................. 423.00 .... ......... ............ ......... .................................................... 1,720.00 26
1,893.51 1,893.51 1,868.51 1,918.51 1,893.52 1,893.52 1,893.52 20,594.39 27
872.10 2,087.43 1,044.93 943.34 861.19 ............... 564.74 16,873.51 28
...... ........................ .. .......... ...... 22.501 102.05 29
10,190.63 10,291.30 10,277.20 10,390.62 10,555.85 10,552.24 10,365.611 114,640.48 30
...... .... 2,927.43 ......................... 2,927.43 31
'6,610.79 5,271.56 6,749.15 7,500.83 4,926.22 5,536.56 8,350.45 101,425.12 32
4,758.68 3,316.80 4,811.69 4,552.17 4,451.80 3,186.18 5,140.25 49,844.84 33
................. ..... ...2, 993.67 ......... ........ 2,993.67134
40,829.98 42,064.54 39,786.94 34,382.92 34,107.62 32,740.93 30,242.62 349,579.10 35
5,280.14 8,360.35 1,665.91 5,907.58 7,748.22 7,845.82 10,101.88 113,526.77 36
491.15 307.00 ............................. 500.18 401.43 480.78 1,362.12 5,007.68 37
.................. 377.83 ....... ............. 358.33 358.34 385.83 358.34 4,442.96 38
475.00 475.00 475.00 475.00 475.00 125.00 ........................... 2,500.00 39
........... ... 1,070.19 ..... .... ... ... ....... ....... 1,070.19 40
6,944.66 6,944.66 6,944.66 6,944.66 6,944.66 7,237.66 9,811.32 75,181.89 41
4,209.77 4,960.46 7,680.57 3,925.01 3,956.71 3,232.68 3,761.29 56,872.46 42
8,715.40 8,713.40 8,715.40 8,723.40 8,723.40 8,723.40 4,989.15 72,656 83 43
4,861.28 4,698.55 4,692.27 4,518.53 4,704.37 4,729.66 4,605.44 57,150.71 44
1,940.00 1,765.00 1,869.00 ................ ......... 1,220.00 ................. ........ ...................... 15,296.52 45
12,105.81 11,855.81 6,746.30 6,475.86 11,785.79 9,868.09 13,175.43 120,834.22 46
3,941.92 3,392.43 3,027.52 273.86 1,218.36 195.42 3,060.84 68,760.24 47
1,269.62 1,269.61 6,391.61 6,391.58 1,269.60 3,428.09 ............................ 25,113.55 48
175.48 550.44 510.40 2,812.80 3,559.97 1,799.69 ...................... 9,886.45 49
....... ... .. 10.00 ..................... .... ...... .. .......... ..... ........... .......... ........... ........... 440.80 50
752.00 803.00 788.00 802.00 807.50 811.50 752.00 8,541.00 51
610.13 980.87 1,275.03 485.78 546.37 609 94 1,005.65 10,855.66 52
554.33 554.34 554.33 554.33 554.34 554.33 .................... 5,343.33 53
390.69 423.03 405.86 440.70 724.33 487.98 386.43 6,632.83 54
... .. ........ .... ................ ........... ............... ... ............. ......... 525 00 .................. .... 525.00 55
.............. ........... .................. .. ........... ........ ........................ 975.80 ...... .... 975.80 56
2,953.97 2,262.08 3,343.19 2,222.57 2,907.31 2,863.93 2,509.76 30,600.06 58
1,035.53 682.09 648.22 506.99 531.97 781.23 805.801 8,725.25 59
638.18 523.09 838.39 321.04 350.85 325.54 723.59 5,246.44 60
..... 8,449.62 ............................. 100,361.60 224,304.70 .............................. ...................... 354,202.07 61
2,520.00 ................... 1,270.96 1,320.00 1,400.00 2,760.00 1,440.00 13,590.96 62
0.00 ...................... 50.00 50.00 100.00 50.00 50.00 650.00 63
17,058.96 10,000.00 4,500.00 16,500.00 500.00 76,441.04 .. ................... 155,000.00 64
200.00 ...................... .......... ..... ...... .... ............. ......... ...... ....... ...... ...... 200.00165
1,333.72 ... ................ : ............ .......... ...... .......... ... ....... 1,333.72 66
.... ...... 6,700.00 10,500.00 12,300.00 10,000.00 2,500.00 7,500.00 124,500.00 67
$538,085.97 $583,143.97 $467,295.871$604,480.84 $697,109.67 $619,366.901$436,961.381$6,351,576.73 68












ABSTRACT OF ACCOUNTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932


Z Balance Receipts to Warrants
Z NAME OF FUND in Fund June 30,1932 Cancelled
C July 1, 1931 to June
J 30, 1932
1 General Revenue ........... ................................ ...... $ 395,346.30 $ 6,266,084.73 $......................
2 One Mill School Tax Fund .............................. ...... ... 67,488.69 437,123.08 ......
3 Prison Tax Fund ............ .................................. 363,864.41 957,455.59 7,252.00
4 State Board of Health ............ ........ ......... 4,997.64 214,475.54 13.50
5 State Road County Bond & Donation............................... 314,338.36 187,903.83 159.00
6 State Prison Fund ............................... ....... 196,829.09 461,209.15 ..............................
7 Drainage Tax Fund ........................ ......................... 57,462.77 10,141.28 5.14
8 Drainage Bond Fund .. ................................. 143.62 99.28 97.25
9 Principal State School Fund ............................... ..... 24,256.78 149,832.18 .........................
10 Interest of State School Fund ............................... 25,799.23 212,073.85 ......................
11 Principal of Seminary Fund ................................... 36301 ................................
12 Shell Fish Fund ............................................. ........ 276.42 50,384.04 .......................
13 Teachers Examination Fund .. ...... ....................... 663.55 13,962.08 .........................
14 Railroad Commission Fund ... ............ 1,614.70 ...
15 M. V. L. County Road .................................................... ................................
16 M. V. L. Maintenance ................................................. .... 146,347.62 458.25 62.50
17 M. V. L. Expense ................................. ............ 108,326.41 321,867.01 ............................
18 Federal Aid Road Fund ......................................................... 291,360.78 2,269,313.00 331.90
19 Florida National Forest .. ................. ....................................... 10,059.76 ....
20 Asylum Patients Trust Fund ......... ........ ... .. 2,453.21 ..............................................................
21 Everglades Drainage Sinking ............................................... 4,565.87 18.41 .......................
22 Girls' Industrial School Fund...................................................... 5,322.84 280.29 .......................
23 B oys' Industrial School Fund ...................................................... 20,695.95 ................................ .... ......................
24 State Fire Insurance Fund ............................................. 13,943.22 22,587.71 .... ...................
25 Auto Theft Refund .......... ........... .................................... ...................... 7884.48 .........................
26 Board of Nurses ................. ............ 6,079.75 5,249.73 ....................
27 Argicultural College .. .............. ......... ...... 2,633.16 6,496.65 .........
28 Interest of Seminary ............................................................... 5,971.59 6,189.06 .................
29 Hatch Experiment Station ....................................
30 Adams Experiment Station ...................................................
31 Lever Agricultural Extension....................... 398.86 64,153.53 .......................
32 Lever Supplementary Agri. Extension ................... 709.81 20,802.76 ....................
33 M orrill Fund- W white .. .................................................................. ...... ..................... 25,000.00 .......
34 M orrill F und- Colored ........................................................................ ................................ 25,000.00 ...................
35 A. & M. College-Incidental .......................................................... 279.00 14,193.72 .......................
36 Experiment Station Incidentals ............................................... 10,954.14 14,951.13 .....................
37 University of Fla. Incidentals ...................................................... 6,780.04 128,029.05 .......................
38 Fla. State College for Women-Incidentals .................. 17,568.59 81,620.71 .......................
39 Deaf & Blind School Incidentals ............................................. 7,021.77 2,405.69 ......................
40 Smith-Hughes Agricultural ....................................................... 8,029.41 39,863.17 ............................
41 Smith-Hughes Trades & Industries ........................................ 5,899.28 33,359.51 ..........................
42 Smith-Hughes Teacher Training ...................................... 442.83 12,037.15 .......................
43 State Board of Chiropractic Examiners .......................... 288.38 364.92 ........................
44 Fla. State Hospital Special Maintenance ........................ 26,629.75 46,000.00 .......................
45 Univ. of Fla.-Gen. Ext. Div. Incid. Fund.................. 852.23 63,578.79 .......................
46 Fla. Farm Colony Incidental ................................................... OD 5,749.44 2,930.63 .................
47 State Road License-Gasoline ........................................... 386,185.60 6,510,675.08 2,014.55
48 State Federal Aid Road Fund .... ... ..... .. 116,291.94 4,320.09 1,159.60
49 State Aid for County Roads .......................... ....... 38,852.64 1,128.73 ....................
50 State Board of Health-Venereal Control...... ................................................. 2.50 12.50
51 A. & M. College Hospital ............................................... 207.32 3,754.45 .......................
52 One Mill Drainage Tax ..................................... ....... 3,760.60 1,708.13 .......................
53 Auto Theft Fund ........ ............ .............]. 82,834.84 117,963.70 .......................
54 Principal Agricultural College ................................................ 864.78 10.82 .......................
55 Tick Eradication Tax ............................................... .......... 14,875.85 227,387.64 .....................
56 County Road License--Gasoline .......................... ................................................... 60,661.54 ......................
57 Gasoline License-Expense ......................................... 14.80 ........................ ...
58 H otel Com m mission ............... ................ ................ .. .. 93.76 95,968.87 ...........................
59 Two Cent Shell Fish Planting Fund .............. ... 1,029.14 1,560.75 .......................
60 Everglades Experiment Station Incidentals .................. 3,455.60 ............................................................
61 State Road Fund- M aintenance.................... ........................ ....... .............. ..................
62 State Live Stock Board-Serum .... .................. 5,355.70 16,661.78........
63 Special Shell Fish Fund for Counties ................................. 99.91 ... ........... .......
64 State Game Fund ......................................... ... 29,959,73 181,151.23_ .......:.....:.....
65 General Inspection Fund ............................................................... OD 1,49313 677,821.04 .......................
66 Purnell Experiment Station .............................. ...........
67 Industrial Plant ............................................ 24,656.57........
68 W estcott E state ................................ ............................................... 10,337.62 7,000.00 ..........
69 Fish H atchery Fund .............................. ..................................... 44.29 4,476 89 ..................
70 Real Estate Commission .................................. .... ...... 7,655.04 25,108.16 ............ ....


36













ABSTRACT OF ACCOUNTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932


TOTAL


$ 6,661,431.03
504,611.77
1,821,320.00
219,473.18
502,242.19
658,038.24
67,604.05
242.90
174,088.96
237,873.08
363.01
50,660.46
14,625.63
1,614.70

146,805.87
430,193.42
2,560,673.78
10,059.76
2,453.21
4,584.28
5,603.13
20,695.95
36,530.93
7,884.48
11,329.48
9,129.81
12,160.65

-....................-.. .... I
64,552.39
21,512.57
25,000.00
25,000.00
14,472.72
25,905.27
134,809.09
99,189.30
9.427.46
47,892.58
39,258.79
12,479.98
653.30
72,629.75
62,726.36
8,680.07
6,896,860.68
120,612.03
39,981.37
12.50
3,961.77
5,468.73
200,798.54
875.60
242,263.49
60,661.54
14.80
96,062.63
2,589.89
3,455.60
.............. .' ....- ...
22,017.48
99.91
211,110.96
676,327.91

24,656.57.
17,337.62
4,521.18
32,763.20


Warrants
Issued to
June 30, 1932


z
o

*


$ 6,351,576.73
490,186.44
1,032,505.95
217,417.79
346,350.07
549,951.30
67,604.05
242.90
95,862.46
224,544.05
.................................
45,378.03
13,036.40
.............. ...................

146,797.13
264,015.82
2,425,717.74
10,059.76
4,584.28
3,615.50
....................................
9,205.59
66.50
6,610.50
6,966.95
7,658.061


57,119.37
18,500.16
25,000.00
25,000.00
11,925.09
13,479.49
102,138.55
77,577.93
1,641.50
33,205.46
22,104.64
10,273.39
65263
34,011.37
56,070.02

6,393,703.45
119,832.41
7,505.39
12.50
3,374.34
5,468.73
137,567.23
10.82
234,501.34
60,661.54

82,723.00
300.00
... .. ..
7,689.72

178,743.52
589,468.01


7,164.51
308.00
27,882.81


Balance Warrants
in Fund Outstanding
June 30, 1932 June 30, 1932

$ 309,854.30 $ 167,342.53
14,425.33 952.73
288,814.05 12,694.60
2,055.39 3,246.83
155,892.12 5,531.74
108,086.94 5,463.64
............... ................ 399.51
..... ..... ........ 167.20
78,226.50 .. ......
13,329.03 292.73
363.01 .................... ............
5,282.43 1,471.01
1,589.23 520.90
1,614.70 ... ..........................
.... .................. .... 35.80
8.74 31.09
166,177.60 11,233.18
134,956.04 2,371.62

2,453.21.... ..... ....

1,987.63
20,695.95 ... .............
27,325.34 234.50
7,817.98 171.00
4,718.98 972.13
2,162.86 .... ....
4,502.59 26.14
................................... 14.98
.................................... 28.16
7,433.02 324.56
3,012.41 95.00
....... .................. ........ ............ .....
.................................... 147.00
2,547.63 5.96
12,425.78 39.45
32,670.54 75.90
21,611.37 177.62
7,785.96 ......... ......................
14,687.12 1,544.62
17,154.15 848.50
2,206.59 1,131.98
.67 .......................................
38,618.38 ................... ...
6,656.54 893.17
8,680.07 ........................ ............
503,157.23 117,879.93
779.62 1,304.59
32,475.98 81.38
....................................... 2 5.0 0
587.43 ........... ................
.................................. 1 .2 0
63,231.31 5,915.33
864.78 .......................................
7,762.15 7,583.18

14.80 .............. ...........
13,339.63 2,907.40
2,289.89 25.00
3,455.60 .........................
.24.05
14,327.76 9.00
99 .91 .......................................
32,367.44 7,583.35
86,859.90 13,937.00
............ ............. 2.00
24,656.57 .............
10,173.11 160.00
4,213.18 192.12
4,880.39 965.34


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Minus Treasury
Error Balance
June 30, 1932

$ 6.82 $ 477,190.01
..... 15,378.06
301,508.65
...... 5,417.22
...... 161,423.86
.... 113,550.58
399.51
167.20
.. .. 78,226.50
13,621.76
6 363.01
6,753.44
....__ 2,110.13
...-.. 1,614.70
..... 35.80
39.83
5.00 177,405.78
115.00 137,212.66

2,453.21

1,987.63
20,695.95
....... 27,559.84
7,988.98
5,691.11
2,162.86
4,528.73
14.98
._.__ 28.16
_..... 7,757.58
S....... 3,107.41

............. 147.00
... ..2,553.59
... 12,465.23
............... 32,746.44
......... 21,788.99
... ..... 7,785.96
. .......... 16,231.74
........... 18,002.65
...... ,338.57
........... .67
38,618.38
...... ...... 7,549.71
8,680.07
....... 621,093.41
2,084.21
...... .... 32,557.36
........ .. ... 25.00
....._. 587.43
......... ... ...... 1.20
.......... 69,146.64
.......... 864.78
......... .. 15,352.15
................ 14.80
........... 16,247.03
............. 2,314.89
... ............ 3,455.60
................ 24.05
... ........ 14,336.76
................ 99.91
56.25 39,894.54
.............. 100,796.90
..... ......... 2.00
.....24,656.57
... ........ ..... 10,333.11
.......... 4,405.30
5,845.73














ABSTRACT OF ACCOUNTS

July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932

d
Z Balance Receipts to Warrants
v NAME OF FUND In Fund June 30,1932 Cancelled
0 July 1, 1931 to June
-j1 1 __30, 1932


1 Free School Text Book.. .
2 State Board of Architecture Surplus ......................
3 Univ. of Fla. Dept. of Architecture ...-
4 State Farm Industries ....... ............. .. ......
5 Special American Legion .......... .................
Everglades Drainage Fire Tax ............ ............
A. & M. College General Education Board -.............
8 Industries Fund-Office Operating Exp. ...........
9 M. V. L. Expense Refund ...... .............
10 Agricultural Dept. Industrial Survey ..................
11 Permanent Building .............................. ............
12 State Board of Health Cent. of Mar. & Div. Rec ......
13 Agricultural Statistics ....... ..................... ...
14 Dealers License Special Tax ..........................................
15 Hotel Commission Advertising .............................. ......
16 Public Free School Administration ................
17 Federal Rehabilitation .. ................
18 Pending School Escheated ............................................
19 State Board of Health, Doctors and Midwives ....
20 Small Loan License ..........................
21 State Board of Health Drug Store Inspection ....
22 Investment Board .........................................
23 State Prison Commissary Bldg. ....................-.. .......
24 Capper-Ketchum ............ ............
25 Radio Station Incidental ..............................
26 A. & M. College-Julius Rosenwald ....................
27 Gasoline Storage License Tax ......................................
28 Auto Transportation Advance Payment .......................
29 Undistributed Gasoline Tax ......................... ......
30 Railroad Commission Auto Transportation ..............
31 Auto Transportation Mileage Tax ................................
32 Geo. Reed Agricultural Fund .................................. ....
33 Geo. Reed Home Economics .........................................
34 Okeechobee Flood Control Acreage Tax .......................
35 Okeechobee Flood Control One Mill Tax ................
36 Public Free School 1-4 Mill Tax ................ ........ .
37 Public Free School Interest ............... ..............
38 Public Free School 2-3c Gas Tax ............................
39 Public Free School Ic Gas Tax ........................................
40 Auto Transportation Fund Exp. ................................
41 Federal Additional Agricultural Extension ........
42 St. Bd. of Health-Div. of Malaria Research .........
43 County School Fund M. V. L. Comm. .. ..........
44 Fla. Securities Commission ......................-..........
45 Corporation Capital Stock Tax Expense .........
46 State Road Distribution ......... ....................
47 Agents Qualification Tax ................................-
48 Estate Tax Expense ...........-................
49 Auto Transportation Cities and Towns ..-
50 Documentary Stamp Tax Expense ...............
51 Multiple Stores Tax Expense ................... .
52 Board of Barber Examiners -...............--..
53 State Racing Commission ..........................
54 Leon County Health Unit ................................


5 TOTi AL S .-...-........------ -- -------------.---- ---- ------ ........ IV 1W IT


$ 212,854.53 $ 218,055.371$..- -
1,515.831...................... ......... .......
3,775.95 9,320.76 -
13,429.95 ...................... -...
............................... 2,200.00 ..--..
3,123.11 169.66 ...........
4,620.24 20,150.00 .......
1,793.44 .....................................
15,713.70 8,243.27 .
.. ..... ............ ... ..... .. --. .
207,399.71 55,526.34
17,556.07 12,383.39 ...
9,782.70
57,600.06 28,800.00 .....-. ....
6,862.11 12,042.56
3,085.92 ..... .......................... .
145.26 13,038.95 ...
36.77 .................
907.68 2,666.00 ...... .......
12,358.14 7,900.04 ......... .......
618.26 7,920.00 ..... --
5,610.15 3.00 .........
8,344.05 .... .... ............
....... ..... ... 26,629.49 .......................
1,444.76 3,426.57 .....-
1,205.76 3,600.00 ....
55.00 .. .. ................ ...
11,175.00 12,875.00 ...............
.............. 1,103,540.27 .......... ...
51.41 14,487.29 .........
7,620.65 117,871.13 .......
1,985.68 6,853.12 ........
1,333.01 9,965.39 .....................
5,441.62 8,267.32 -.
32,628.16 14,673.44 .. -.
18,783.39 43,621.16 ........
721.39 11,378.57 -.......
132,614.48 121,323.08 ...............
92,983.36 181,984.63 ..........................
6,679.62 4,253.40 ........
3,179.61 18,935.85 .....................
1,256.73 11,900.09 ........
.. ........... 4,915,306.53 .......................
...... .... .. ........ 10,260.69 ...................-
.. 10,000.00 .............-
..........6,145,623.17 ...........
.... ...... 10,524.00 ............ ..
12,660.26 ...... .....
.7,469.16 ........
13,631.70 ................
.. .......... 164.75 .... ..
40,877.95 ..........
737,300.70 ...
___._ .... 1,678.86 ....................


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ABSTRACT OF ACCOUNTS
July 1, 1931, to June 30, 1932


Warrants
TOTAL Issued to
June 30, 1932

$ 430,909.90 $ 119,134.35
1,515.83 173.74
13,096.71 12,629.44
13,429.95 .......
2,200.00 2,115.00
3,292.77 3,292.77
24,770.24 24,620.24
1,793.44 ..-.
23,956.97 26.25
262,926.05 255,164.61
29,939.46 27,188.18
9,782.70 .......................
86,400.06 12,363.84
18,904.67 18,667.27
3,085.92 .................... ......
13,184.21 9,858.92
36.77 .... -..........
3,573.68 2,560.26
20,258.18 3,204.47
8,538.26 7,307.29
5,613.15 541.54
8,344.05. ....
26,629.49 23,624.33
4,871.33 1,808.23
4,805.76 4,805.76
55.00 .......... ..........
24,050.00 6,860.00
1,103,540.27 1,091,907.75
14,538.70 12,343.94
125,491.78 109,402.79
8,838.80 4,095.73
11,298.40 9,019.46
13,708.94 13,708.94.
47,301.60 47,301.60.
62,404.55 60,835.33
12,099.96 10,721.01
253,937.56 253,937.56.
274,967.99 274,967.99
10,933.02 7,260.34
22,115.46 21,205.13
13,156.82 11,830.29
4,915,306.53 4,877,969.20
10,260.69 1,729.36
10,000.00 7,834.48
6,145,623.17 6,145,480.75
10,524.00 7,574.53
12,660.26 9,878.58
7,469.16 .... ..........
13,631.70 12,663.81
164.75 78.92
40,877.95 26,838.19
737,300.70 49,372.02
1,678.86 1,404.71


Balance
in Fund
June 30, 1932

$ 311,775.55
1,342.09
467.27
13,429.95
85.00
150.00
1,793.44
23,930.72
.. .. .. ...........
7,761.44
2,751.28
9,782.70
74,036.22
237.40
3,085.92
3,325.29
36.77
1,013.42
17,053.71
1,230.97
5,071.61
8,344.05
3,005.16
3,063.10
55.00
17,190.00
11,632.52
2,194.76
16,088.99
4,743.07
2,278.94

1,569.2
1,378.95

3,672.68
910.33
1,326.53
37,337.33
8,531.33
2,165.52
142.42
2,949.47
2,781.68
7,469.16
967.89
85.83
14,039.76
687,928.68
274.15


Warrants
Outstanding
June 30. 1932

$
5.15


13.50
3,279.72


Plus
Error


1.00 5.00
.57 __. .


208.21
5.00

431.07
2.00
200.00
34.70

100.00
96.00

455.00
801.44
107.87
747.53

37.50
113.54

680.00
111.94
4,060.33
180.00
113.27
680.22
835.00
501.99

307.36
...............................


$37,924,783.95) $34,270,879.82| $ 3,653,854.131 $ 391,191.56 5 68 07) 5 68.07) 5


Proof: Balance In Fund July 1, 1931 .......$ 3,782,419.90
Add: Receipts for the Period ........ 34,142,314.05
$37,924,733.95
Deduct: Disbursements for the Period 34,270,879.82
Comptroller's Bal. June 30, 1932........ $ 3,653,854.13
Add: Warrants Outstanding June 30,
1932, ..................... .. ...... ................ 391,191.56
Treasury Balance June 30, 1932............$ 4,045,045.69


Minus
Error


Treasury
Balance
June 30, 1932

$ 311,775.55
1,347.24
467.27
13,429.95
85.00
13.50
3,429.72
1,793.44
23,936.72
.57
7,761.44
2,959.49
9,782.70
74,041.22
237.40
3,085.92
3,756.36
36.77
1,015.42
17,253.71
1,265.67
5,071.61
8,344.05
3,105.16
3,159.10
55.00
17,645.00
11,632.52
2,996.20
16,088.99
4,850.94
3,026.47

1,606.72
1,492.49

4,352.68
910.33
1,438.47
41,397.66
8,711.33
2,278.79
142.42
3,629.69
3,616.68
7,469.16
1,469.88
85.83
14,039.76
688,236.04
274.15


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STATISTICAL TABLES



RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH LINES

The annexed tables show in detail the assessment of
Railroads and Telegraph lines, The Pullman Company and
The Fruit Growers Express made by the Board, consist-
ing of the "Comptroller, Attorney General and State
Treasurer," created by Section 747, Revised General Stat-
utes of the Laws of Florida, for the year 1931.
These are followed by statements showing the taxes
assessed thereon.










STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931.

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES. MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Miles I Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mifle Value
A. C. L. RAILROAD CO.
ALACHUA COUNTY-
State Line-Newberry .................. 14.56 $ 8,000 $ 116,480 9.40 $ 3,0001$ 28,200........... ................................. .... .. .......
Newberry-Lakeland ............. 14.141 8,250 116,655 3 94 3,000 11,820 .................. .................... .....
Moncrief-Burnetts Lake ......... 10.13 8,250 83,573 2.08 3,0001 6,240 ................ .... ............. ....................
Burnetts Lake-Newberry .......... 13.00 8,250 107,250 3.28 3,0001 9,840......... ........................................ .... ............
Newberry-W ilcox Jet. ............. 2.76 7,000 19,320 .39 3,0001 1,170 .............................. .................
High Springs-Burnetts Lake.... 8.85 7,000 61,950 3.81 3,0001 11,430 ... ....................................
B. Lake-Gainesville .......... ....... 14.84 7,500 111,300 8.61 3,000 25,830 .... ........ ....... .... .... .................
Gainesville-Rochelle .................... 9.36 7,500 70,200 1 02 3,000 3,06 .............................................
Rochelle-Croom .......... ............. 8.06 7,500 60,450 .20 3,000 60 .......... .................... ............
Palatka-Rochelle ....................... 10.63 5,000 53,150 2.53 1,667 4,218 ........................................................... ....................
M icanopy-Tacom a ........................ 8.48 3,000 25,440 1.581 1,0001 1,580 ................ ....................... ...
Total County ............................I 114.81! ............|$ 825,768! 36.841 ............ $ 103,9881$ 10,8811$ 167,9361$ 209,8341$ 1,318,407
BAKER COUNTY-
Moncrief to Burnetts Lake ...... 13.38 $ 8,250 $ 110,3851 1.931$ 3,0001$ 5,7901$ 1,098 ....................$ 21,1841$ 138,457
CHARLOTTE COUNTY--
Bartow-Punta Gorda .................. 10.25 $ 7,500 $ 76,875 2.10 $ 3,000 $ 6,300 ......................... .......... ..........
Punta Gorda-Ft. Myers .............. 15.24 7,000 106,680 .30 3,000 900 ...................................... ....................
Total County .......................... 25.49! ............1$ 183,5551 2.40| ............1$ 7,2001$ 2,0011$ 10,000 $ 38,5911$ 241,347








CITRUS COUNTY-
Newberry-Lakeland D. T..........
Gulf Junction-Homosassa ..........


$14,000 $
4,000


428,120
87,48C


$ 3,000 $
1,334


32,970 ................................... .....................
4,309 ....................... ....................


Total County ............................ 52.451 ............ $ 515,6001 14.22 ............1$ 37,2791$ 6,9781........................ 134,562 694,419
CLAY COUNTY--
State Line to Port Tampa ........ 28.751$ 8,75015 251,5631 5.74$ 3,000 $ 17,220 $ 2,475 .................... 47,72315 318,981
COLLIER COUNTY-
Harrisburg-Immokalee .............. 7.28 $ 3,000 $ 21,840 1.86 $ 1,000 $ 1,860 .................... ........................................ ...
Immokallee-Everglades ........... 41.31 2,500 103,275 .94 834 784 ................. .................... ..........................
Ft. Myers Southern Extension.. 27.69 2,500 69,225 3.63 834 3,027 ................... .................... ................... .
Total County ............................ 76.281 ............ $ 194,340| 6.431 ............$ 5,6711$ 5,935 .................... $ 114,4431$ 320,389
COLUMBIA COUNTY-
State Line to Newberry .......... 12.50 $ 8,000 $ 100,000 1.04 $ 3,000 $ 3,120 ........................................
Lake City Junction-Lake City.. 18.97 4,000 75,880 2.17 1,334 2,895.......................... ...................... ...................
Total County ............................ 31.47 ............ $ 175,8801 3.211 ............ $ 6,0151$ 2,488 ................. .1$ 47,986|1 232,369
DESOTO COUNTY-
Bartow-Punta Gorda ................ 23.73 $ 7,500 $ 177,975 5.69 $ 3,000 $ 17,070 ................................ ......
Arcadia to Carlstrom Field ..7.30 2,3,000 14,600 .................... .................... .................... ..................
Total County ............................ 23.731 ............1$ 277,9751 12.991 ............ $ 31,6701$ 2,6351$ 5,5001$ 50,808]$ 268,588
DIXIE COUNTY-
Perry to Wilcox Junction
85 lb. & 100 lb. rail........... 26.01 $ 7,500 $ 195,075 3.29 $ 3,000 $ 9,870 $ 2,102 .......... 40,542$ 247,589
DUVAL COUNTY-
St. Line-Tampa North of
Jacksonville D. T. .................. 12.82 $14,000 $ 179,480 51.89 $ 3,000 $ 155,670 ............................................ ..................
South of Jacksonville D. T....... 9.05 14,000 126,70 13.21 3,000 39,630 ................................................................................
South of Jacksonville S. T....... 2.19 8,750 19,163 ............................................ ......... .... .......... ................... ..........
Moncrief-Burnetts Lake ............ 18.14 8,250 149,655 4.12 3,000 12,360 ..............................................................................
Milldale-Moncrief ...................... 5.28 3,000 15,84 4.16 1,000 4,160 ............................................
Composit-Export ........... ............ 4.21 3,000 12,630 12.14 1,000 12,140..................... ...........
Milldale-Eastport ........................ 4.13 3,000 12,390 .47 1,000 470.......................
Total County ...........................I 55.821 ............ $ 515,8581 85.99| ............ $ 224,4301$ 11,7441$ 855,317 $ 226,47915 1,833,828









STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR, 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Atlantic Coast Line-Cont'd)
GADSDEN COUNTY-
St. Line-Chattahoochee ............ 2.52 5,000 $ 12,600 4.15 $ 1,6671$ 6,918 $ 4791$ 7,2291$ 9,2291$ 36,455
GILCHRIST COUNTY- $ 1
Newberry-Wilcox Junction ...... 19.04 $ 7,000 133,280 2.26 3,000$ 6,780 ....................
Perry-Wilcox Junction .............. 96 7,500 7,200 1.62 3,000 4,860................ ......... ............
W ilcox Junction-Dunnellon ...... 1.87 8,250 15,427 -.- .. ............ .................... ............................................................
Total County ............................ 21.871 ............ $ 155,9071 3.881 ............ $ 11,6401$ 1,848.................... 1$ 35,6291$ 205,024
GLADES COUNTY- 3 -
Haines City to Moore Haven.... 23.22 $ 5,750 $ 133,515 2.63 $ 1,917 $ 5,042 ............. ........ ....................
Harrisburg-Immokalee ............. 11.26 3,000 33,780 1.72 1,000 1,720....... ............. .............. .....
Moore Haven-Clewiston ............ 9.27 3,000 27,810 .52 1,0001 520 ....--- ....--......................... ........
Total County ............................ I 43.75 ............|$ 195,1051 4.87 ............ Is 7,2821$ 3,4891$ 17,9251$ 67,2741$ 291,075
HAMILTON COUNTY- I I ,
St. Line to Newberry ................ 14.18 $ 8,000 $ 113,440 2.561$ 3,000 $ 7,6801$ 1,201!- ---..........-- $ 23,163$ 145,484
HARDEE COUNTY- I--
Bartow to Punta Gorda ......... 21.521$ 7,500 $ 161,400 6.03 $ 3,000 $ 18,090 $ 1,977 ......... -...-$ 38,120$ 219,587








HENDRY COUNTY-
Moore Haven to Clewiston ......
Harrisburg-Immokalee ..............
Sugar Corporation Spur ............
Cl aIirtonLaTkeL HTarbor


5.48
18.31
41.......


$ 3,000
3,000
2500


$ 16,440
54,930
10.300


1,000 $ 2,300
1,000 960
2,000 900
8341 926


ew s ............ I I I I I I
Total County ............................ 27.91 ............ 81,6701 4.821 ............ $ 5,0861$ 2,3481.... ..... ....$ 45,288|$ 134,392
HERNANDO COUNTY-
Newberry to Lakeland D. T.... 14.22 $ 1,400 $ 199,080 4.50 $ 3,0001$ 13,500 ................... .......... ... ........
Sylvan Lake-Trilby ............... 4.92 5,000 24,600 .24 1,667 400.................... ..... ... ..................
Croom-Brooksville ................... 10.35 4,500 46,575 1.19 1,500 1,785 .................... .................... ....
Burnetts Lake-Croom ................ 39 7,500 2,925 1.19 3,000 3,570 .................. ............... ....
Total County ............................ 29.881 ............|$ 273,1801 7.121 ............ $ 19,2551| 3,675...............$.. 70,872$ 366,982
HIGHLANDS COUNTY- I
Haines City-Sebring ............ 11.27 $ 5,750 $ 64,802 1.81 $ 1,917 $ 3,469 .............. ................... .. ................
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Sebring-Moore Haven ................ 36.09 5,750 207,517 6.11 1,917 11,713 .................... ........................................ ..................
Total County ............................ 47.36 ............|$ 272,3191 7.921 ............ $ 15,1821$ 3,966 ................. $ 76,489 $ 367,956
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
St. Line-Port Tampa D. T.... 3.8 $14,000 $ 53,340 8.42 $ 3,000 $ 25,260 ... ............................. ..............
St. Line-Port Tampa S. T..... 30.78 8,750 269,325 55.32 3,000 165,960...... ...................................
Newberry to Lakeland ............ .95 8,250 7,838 .3 3,000 1,020................ ...............-.---.----......
Vitis-Thonotosassa ..................... 7.16 8,250 59,070 1.02 3,0001 3,0601..... ................ ... ..... ...... ....... .............
Thonotosassa-Tampa .. .......... 13.28 8,250 109,560 4.39 3,000 13,170 ........ ............ ........................................
Tem ple Terrace Spur ............................. ...... .... 3.41 2,0001 6,820 ........................................................ .....
Total County ............................ 55.981 ............1$ 499,1331 72.901 ....$. 215,2901$ 9,5211$ 974,582$1 183,599$1 1,882,125
JEFFERSON COUNTY- I
St. Line to Perry 85 lb. rail.... 24.87 7,000 174,090 5.69 $ 3,000 $ 17,070 ..................... ....................... .............
Fincher-Fanlew ..................... ... 12.89 2,500 32,225 .45 834 375 .....................- _-.. _. ------
Total County ............................I 37.761 ............$ 206,3151 6.141 ............$ 17,445]$ 3,150 .................... $ 60,743|$ 287,653


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Atlantic Coast Line-Cont'd)
LAKE COUNTY-
Rochelle-Croom ............................ 21.98 $ 7,500 $ 164,850 5.45 3,000$ 16,350 ......... ...............................
Sanford-Tavares ...................... 20.30 5,000 101,500 1.17 1,667 1,950 ............................
Sylvan Lake-Trilby .................... 22.02 5,000 110,100 3.00 1,667 5,001.....
Oka-Yalaha ...................................... 6.59 2,500 16,475 .66 834 550 ........... ........
Leesburg Junction-Leesburg...... 1.33 5,000 6,650 2.84 1,667 4,734.................................... .......
Leesburg-Tavares ....................... 19.52 5,000 97,600 2.15 1,667 3,584..... ...................
Tavares-Lane Park .................... 3.19 2,500 7,975 1.39 834 1,159 ..... ..................
Ft. Mason-Astor ................. 22.35 3,000 67,050 .64 1,000 640......... ..........................
Howey Spur ............ .............. ......... 4.34 2,0001 8,6801 ....................... .... ............. .. ............
Total County ................. .... 117.281 ............$ 572,200! 21.64 ............ 1 42,6481$ 9,968 -...... ...........$ 192,2191$ 817,035
LEE COUNTY--
Punta Gorda-Ft. Myers .............. 13.05 $ 7,000 $ 91,350 6.94 $ 3,000 $ 20,820 ............ .....................
Ft. Myers So. Extension ..... 24.69 2,500 61,725 3.32 834 2,769 .................... ... ........ ...... ...... -
Total County ............................ 37.74 ............$ 153,0751 10.261 ............ $ 23,5891$ 3,4441$ 49,4401$ 66,4161$ 295,964
LEON COUNTY--
Fincher to Fanlew
40 lb. and 60 lb. Rail .............. 18.90 $ 2,500 $ 47,250 .45 834$ 375 1,38 .................... 26,774$ 75,787








LEVY COUNTY-
Newberry to Lakeland ..
Dunnellon to Wilcox Junction..
TItV l + un rt-


$ 8,250 $
8,250
S


159,803
344,273
504.07f6


$ 3,0001$ 12,330 .............-....
3,000 11,940 ..................
............ $ 24.2701$ 4,965


................ $ 95,736


$ 629,047


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MADISON COUNTY-
State Line-Perry
85 lb.-100 lb. Rail ...... ..... 5.94 $ 7,000 $ 41,580 .86 $ 3,000 $ 2,580 $ 488 ................. $ 9,4091 54,057
MARION COUNTY-
Newberry-Lakeland D. T. ........ .33 $14,000 $ 4,620......... ...... ---- ....--..--------------.. ...... ------ .
Newberry-Lakeland S. T......... 12.41 8,250 102,383 15.13 $ 3,0001$ 45,390 ...................................
Rochelle-Croom ................... 46.44 7,500 348,300 18.35 3,000 55,050 ............. .......................
Dunnellon-Wilcox Junction ...... 6.51 8,250 53,708 .15 3,0001 450..-- ... ...-_.....................
Proctor-Citra -.................-...---.....-- 6.04 2,500 15,100 .11 834 92 ............. ........ .. .........................
Dunnellon-Homosassa ............ .75 4,000 3,000 ........... --- ..... ----...... ........ ...............
Ocala-Juliette ......................-... 20.96 5,000 104,800 1.74 1,667 2,901...... ......--....- ..
Ft. Mason-Astor ............ ...... 2.37 3,000 7,110............ .......... ........ .......... ............. .. ....
Total County --- ............ ... 95.811 ............$ 639,021 35.481............ 103,8831$ 9,4441$ 51,772 $ 182,1191$ 986,239

State Line to Jax. D. T........ 23.76 $14,000 $ 332,640 5.20 $ 3,0001$ 15,600 ......... ..............--............ ----.........
Moncrief to Burnetts Lake ...... 3.17 8,250 26,153 .76 3,000 2,280 ............... ..... ....................
Total County ............................ 26.93 ............$ 358,7931 5.96 ............ $ 17,8801$ 4,0651.................... 78,3851 459,123
ORANGE COUNTY-
Jax.-Port Tampa D. T................ 6.46 $14,000 $ 90,440 ............................ .................
Jax.-Port Tampa S. T .......... 15.46 8,750 135,275 15.18 $ 3,000 $ 45,540 .....-- ....-- ...- ...-
Sylvan Lake-Trilby .. ........... 16.15 5,000 80,750 2.67 1,667 4,451.... ............. ..................
Kissimmee-Apopka ...... 26.72 2,500 66,800 2.35 834! 1,960 ... .. ................ ..............
Total County ........................ 64.79 ............$ 373,265 20.20 ............$ 51,951$ 6,562[$ 123,200 $ 126,537 $ 681,515
OSCEOLA COUNTY-
State Line-Port Tampa .............. 14.10 $ 8,750 $ 123375 4.70 $ 3,00 $ 14,100 ..................... ............. .. ....
Kissimmee-Apopka ----............. 6.96 2,500 17,400 ....... ..... ...... ...........---------- .. ....- .....
Kissimmee-Narcoosa ......... 14.24 2,500 35,600 .81 834! 676 -.................. -
Total County ........................... 35.30| ............ $ 176,375! 5.51 ............|$ 14,776$ 2,928 .................... $ 56,4681$ 250,547











STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).


TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH TRACK Appur- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK tenant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Atlantic Coast Line-Cont'd) I
PALM BEACH COUNTY-
Clewiston-Lake Harbor ......... 4.91$ 2,500 $ 12,275 1.42$ 834$ 1,184 454 .................... 8,759|$ 22,672
PASCO COUNTY-
Newberry-Lakeland D. T........ 14.94 $14,000 $ 209,160 ........... ---- ----. ............................ .. .................. ............
Newberry-Lakeland S. T............ 4.36 8,250 35,970 12.34 $ 3,000 $ 37,020 .............................. .......... .. ....... ... ...........
Trilby-St. Petersburg ......... 38.46 7,500 288,450 4.01 3,000 12,030 .......... ... ... .......................................... .
Vitis-Thonotosassa ...................... 8.62 8,250 71,115 1.14 3,000 3.420 .................... ................. ............. .. ..................
Sylvan Lake-Trilby 3.31 5,000 16,550 1.00 1,667 1667........................ ............ ......
Total County .........................| 69.69 .....-....... 621,245| 18.491 ............ $ 54,1371$ 7,399|$ 25,4001$ 142,6841$ 850,865
PINELLAS COUNTY- 281,32 77,652I I
Trilby-St. Petersburg ......... 37.51$ 7,500 28132 1861 3000 55830 4027 121,182$ 77,652$ 540,016


POLK COUNTY-
Jax.-Port Tampa ........................
Newberry-Lakeland .................
Lakeland-Bartow ..........-.....
Bartow-Punta Gorda ..................
Haines City-Moore Haven ........
Lake Alfred-Bartow ...................
Winston-Ft. Meade ...................


$ 8,750
8,250
7,500
7,500
5,750
6,250
6,250


340,025
122,265
100,200
132,600
201,077
102,375
174,500


20.19
30.82
4.24
7.17
12.80
3.70
25.06


$ 3,0001$
3,0001
3,0001
3,0001
1,9171
2,0841
2,084)


60,5701 .... ........
92,4601..................
12,720 ....................
21,510...................
24,538 ....................
7,7111....................
52,225..................


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Florence V-Niles ........................ 5.68
Mountain Lake Spur ............................
Ridgewood Spur ....................................


3,000 17,040
........... ....................


1,0001
2,000
2,0001


701.............
13,780 ..............
15,2401...............


Total County ........................... 169.671 ............IS 1,190,0821118.561 ............ $ 300,8241$ 20,6811$ 160,000|$ 398,8151$ 2,070,402
PUTNAM COUNTY- I I
State Line to Port Tam pa........ 39.0 $ 8,750 $ 341,775 12.50 $ 3,000 $ 37,500 ......................... ............... ...................
Palatka-Rochelle ......................... 28.84 5,000 144,200 7.26 1,6671 12,102 ...................... ..... ...... ....................
Total County ............................ 67.901 ............|$ 485,9751 19.761 ............ $ 49,6021$ 6,2901$ 71,7571$ 121,29315 734,917
SEMINOLE COUNTY- I
State Line-Pt. Tampa D. T....... 3.79$14,000 $ 53,060 20.311$ 3,0001 60,930............................. ... ..... .........
Port Tampa-S. T. ........................ 13.48 8,750 117,950 8.97 3,0001 26,910 ....................................................
Sanford-Tavares ........... 8.72 5,000 43,600 1.45 1,667 2,417................. 8................. ................ ... ......................... .....
Sylvan Lake-Trilby ................ 12.97 5,000 64,850 .19 1,6671 317 .... ........ ........................... .. ... .................
Sanford-Lake Charm ........ ...... 17.31 3,000 51,930 1.69 1,0001 1,690 ................ .......................................... .....
Black H am m ock Spur ............ .......... ............ ........... ...... 6.47 2,0001 12,940 ................ ........................................ .. .......
Everglades Spur .......................... 9.41 3,000 28,230 2.98 1,0001 2,980 .................. ............ ...................
Total County ............................ 65.681 ............$ 359,6201 42.061 ............ $ 108,1841$ 8,0021$ 82,5001$ 154,3211$ 712,627

Rochelle-Croom .......................... 18.64 $ 7,500 $ 139,800 2.38 $ 3,0001$ 7,140
Sylvan Lake-Trilby .................... 9.30 5,000 46,500 .65 1,6671 1.084..... ............................ ........... .....
Total County ............................ 27.941 ...........1$ 186,3001 3.031 ............ $ 8,2241$ 2,222 ....................$ 42,8521$ 239,598
SUWANNEE COUNTY- I ..... I
State Line-Newberry ................ 40.731$ 8,000 $ 325,840 8.671$ 3,0001$ 26,010$ 3,545...................$ 68,353 423,748
TAYLOR COUNTY-
Dunnellon-Perry .................. 28.13 $ 7,500 $ 210,975 7.12 $ 3,0001$ 21,360 ............ ..... ............... ..............
Perry-Yustee ..................... ...... 15.83 7,000 110,810 1.60 3,0001 4.800 .......................... ........ ....... .. 7 ................
Total County ............................ 43.961 ........... 321,7851 8.721 ............ $ 26.1601$ 3,7801.................... $ 72,892$1 424,617
UNION COUNTY- I I 1,91
Moncrief to Burnetts Lake ...... 23.26 $ 8,2501$ 191,895 3.321$ 3,0001$ 9.960 $ 1,907 .................... $ 36,7781$ 240,540









STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Atlantic Coast Line-Cont'd)
VOLUSIA COUNTY-
State Line to Pt. Tampa D. T.. 7.82 $14,000 $ 109,480 2.83 $ 3,000$ 8,490 ....... .................................
State Line to Pt. Tampa S. T... 32.33 8,75 282,888 6.89 3,000 20,670 ........................................................ ....................
DeLand Junction to DeLand.... 4.34 3,000 13,020 1.75 1,0001 1,750 ........................................................... ...........
Total County ............................ 44.491 ............ $ 405,3881 11.471 ............ $ 30,9101$ 4,576....................1$S 88,2501$ 529,124
APALACHICOLA NO. R. R. CO. I
FRANKLIN COUNTY-
River Jct.-Port St. Joe............... 31.48 $ 3,000 $ 94,440 2.53 $ 1,000.$ 2,5301$ 2,000 .................... $ 7,007 $ 105,977
GADSDEN COUNTY-I
River Jet-Port St. Joe............... 19.48$ 3,000 $ 58,440 1.17 $ 1,0001$ 1,170 $ 1,215 .................... 4,254 65,079
LIBERTY COUNTY- I I
River Jct.-Port St. Joe ............ 36.36 $ 3,000 $ 109,080 2.00 $ 1,0001$ 2,000 $ 2,256 ................... $ 7,9031$ 121,239
GULF COUNTY-
River Jct.-Port St. Joe............... 11.36 $ 3,000 $ 34,080 3.32 $ 1,000 $ 3,320 $ 8641$ 6,2501$ 3,0241$ 47,538
A. & ST. A. BAY RY. CO.
BAY COUNTY-
St. Line to Panama City........... 36.00 $ 3,500 $ 126,000 2.92 $ 1,1671$ 3,408 $ 1,8961$ 17,0651$ 10,672 $ 159,041


JACKSON COUNTY-1
St. Line to Panama City........... 30.00 3,500 $ 105,000 6.01S 1,1679$


7,0141$ 1,7541....................$ 9,8741$ 123,642








ALA. FLA. & GULF R. R. CO.
Jackson County ....--...................


9.72 $ 1,500 $ 14,580 .911$ 500$ 4551$
14581 911$ 5001$ 51


26................ $


5501$


15,611


Naples, Seaboard & Gulf Ry. Co.
COLLIER COUNTY-
Estero River to Naples.............. 12.1 $2,250 $ 27,270 3.15 750$ 2,363 $ 890.................... 18,062 48,585
LEE COUNTY-
Estero River to Naples.............. 8.53$ 2,250 $ 19,193 .591$ 7501$ 4431 5311.................... 10,787 $ 30,954
ALA. & WESTERN FLA. R. R. 4 I
1. Washington County.................... 19.25 $ 2,000 $ 38,5001 1.31 $ 6671$ 874..........$ 500$ 2590 $ 42,464
2. Bay County.................................. Pro-rata value Rolling stock operated over Sa e-Davis Co. track $ 1,103 $ 1,103
Total 1931.................................... 19.251 ............ $ 38,5001 1.311 ............ $ 8741................ 5001$ 3,6931$ 43,567
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY.
WALTON COUNTY-
Lockhart to Florala .................... 2.49 $ 5,250 $ 13,073............ .......................................... ..... $ 7501$ 13,823
CHAR. HARBOR & N. R. R. CO.
CHARLOTTE COUNTY-
Mulberry to Boca Grande.......... 22.32 $ 5,000$ 111,600 2.53$ 1,666$ 4,215$ 1,448 ............. $ 29,393 $ 146,656
DESOTO COUNTY- I
Mulberry to Boca Grande....... 26.95 $ 5000 $ 134,750 10.53 1,666 1 $ 17,543 ................. ...................................... .....
B ranch ............................................ 1.12 3,500 3,290 ...... .......... ........... .. .................. ....... ............. ....... ............... ......... ...............
Total County ............................ 28.071 ..--.......$ 138,6701 10.531 ............ $ 17,5431$ 2,2481$ 32,6051$ 45,6571$ 236,723
HARDEE COUNTY-
Mulberry to Boca Grande.......... 21.60$ 5,000 $ 108,000 3.79 $ 1,666$ 6,314/$ 1,479 .................... $ 30,0321$ 145,825
LEE COUNTY- I
Mulberry to Boca Grande........ 5.02$ 5,000 $ 25,100 4 52$ 1,666 $ 7,530 $ 556$ 67,075 $ 11,284 $ 111,545
POLK COUNTY- 1 I I
Mulberry to Boca Grande.......... 17.17 $ 5,000 $ 85,850 3.43 $ 1,666 $ 5,714 ..... ................................... ....................
Tiger Bay Branch .........-- --- .... 4.27 3,500 14,945 2.34 1,1661 2,728 ................... .................... .................... ............
Total County ........................ 21.441 ............$ 100,7951 5.771 ------..... $ 8,4421| 1,5851.................... $ 32,1851$ 143,007
SARASOTA COUNTY-
Mulberry to Boca Grande..-...... 2.44 $ 5,000 $ 12,200 ....... .. ........... .. .. 142 ........... ..... 142 $ 2,886 $ 15,228









STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
'COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Main Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Track Per Track Side Per Track
Miles Mile Value Track 1Mile Value
E. AND W. COAST RY. CO.
DESOTO COUNTY--
Bradenton to Arcada .................. 13.37 $ 2,500 $ 33,425 1.32 $ 834$ 1,101$ 856 ....................$ 17,3761$ 52,758
MANATEE COUNTY- I I I I
Arcadia to Bradenton ................ 33.131$ 2,5001$ 82,8251 2.28 $ 8341$ 1,902 $ 2,063 ..................$ 41,884|$ 128,674
SARASOTA COUNTY- I I
Arcadia to Bradenton ................ 1.53 $ 2,5001$ 3,825 .25$ 8341$ 209 $ 103 .............. $ 2,105$ 6,242
TRANS-FLA. CENTRAL R. R.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY-
Sebastian to Broadmoor ........ 16.04$ 1,500 $ 24,060 2.43$ 7501 1,823 $ 95 ................... $ 1,475 $ 27,453
FLA. EAST COAST RY. CO.
BREVARD COUNTY-
Jacksonville-Key West D. T..... 57.69 $14,000 $ 807,660 28 7 3,000 $ 86,160 ..................... ......... .. .......
Jacksonville-Key W est S. T..... 12.77 9,250 118,123 ...- ... ... .... ................. ..............I............. ..................... ...............I
Edgewater Jct.-Titusville ........ 14.92 5,000 74,600 .58 1,667 $ 967 ................................. ............ ..... .................
Total County ............................ 85.381 ............|$ 1,000,3831 29.301 ............$ 87,1271$ 20,0471....................$ 326,670$ 1, 434,227
BROWARD COUNTY- I I
Jacksonville to Key West D. T.I 24.69 $14,000 $ 345,660 12.60 $ 3,0001$ 37,800 $ 7,209 ............- $ 117,462 $ 508,131









DADE COUNTY-
'Jacksonville-Key West D. T.....
Single Track No. of Miami........
Single Track So. of Homestead
Okeechobee-Miami Ext. D. T.....
Okeechobee-Miami Ext. S. T.....


14.55 $14,000
28.25 9,250
16.35 7,500
7.52 6,000
10.48 3,000


203,700
261,312
122,625
45,120
31,440


56.58

65.86


..,.. .................................I. ..............
$ 3,000I$ 169,740.................

1,000! 65,860 ....................


$ 219,348 .............I... .


100,000 ....................


Total County ........................... 77.151 ............ $ 664,1971 122.44 ............1$ 235,600[$ 25,780|$ 319,348i$ 420,0841$ 1,665,009
DUVAL COUNTY-
Jacksonville-Key W est D. T. ... 18.91 $14,000 $ 264,740 63 36 $ 3,000$ 190,080 ...................................................................................
Jacksonville to Pablo Beach.... 24.13 3,000 72,390 3.62 1,000 3,620 ........................................ ............
Total County ............................ 43.04 ............1$ 337,1301 66.981 ............ $ 193,7001$ 14,9951$ 200,000|$ 244,344|$ 990,169
FLAGLER COUNTY I I
Jacksonville-Key W est D. T..... 23.72 $14,000 $ 332,080 7.47 $ 3,000 $ 22,410 ........ ................................ ....................
Old East Palatka Main line...... 18.63 8,250 153,698 2.111 3,000 6,330..................................................... .................
Total County ............................ 42.351 ............ $ 485,778| 9.58 ........... 1 28,7401$ 8,7981.................... 143,370$ 666,686

Jax-Key W est 90 lb. rail D. T... 21.23 $14,000 $ 297,220 8.61 $ 3,000 $ 25,830 ........................................ ................. .............
M aytow n-Okeechobee ................ 4.44 4,000 17,760 .50 1,3341 667 .................................................... ................
Total County .......................... 25.671 1...........$ 314,980| 9.111 ............|$ 26,497|$ 6,5141.................... 106,149$ 454,140
MARTIN COUNTY- I
Jax-Key West 90 lb. rail D. T... 25.48 $14000 $ 356,720 11.31 $ 3,0001$ 33,930 .................. ....... ..................
Miami Extension 70 lb. rail...... 14 57 2,500 36,425 .661 834! 550 ... ....... .......... ........... .....
Total County 4 5$-............................ 40.05 .... ........$ 393,145 11.97 ............$ 34,480$ 9,014 ....................|$ 146,87615 583,515
MONROE COUNTY-
Jacksonville-Key West I
South of Homestead .............. 111.76 $ 7,500 $ 838,200 29.28 $ 3,0001$ 87,8401$ 16,404 $ 300,0001$ 267,295 $ 1,509,739
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY- I I
Maytown to Okeechobee .......... 31.021$ 4,000 $ 124,080 7.0 5$ 1,3341 9,404 .................... ........... .........-............ .
Okeechobee-M iami Ext. .......... 11.931 2,500 29,825 .811 8341 676......... .................... ... .. .. ........... ...
Total County ............................ 42.951 ............1$ 153,9051 7.861 ............J$ 10,080|$ 5,910. ................... I$ 96,2941$ 266,189
ORANGE COUNTY-
Maytown-Okeechobee ................ 18.59 $ 4,000$ 74,3601 1.07$ 1,3341$ 1,427 $ 2,287 ................... $ 37,259)$ 115,333


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appur- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK tenant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock.
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
FLA. E. COAST RY.-(Cont'd) -
OSCEOLA COUNTY- 47. 1,334$ 4 1
Maytown-Okeechobee ................ 47.83 4,000 $ 191,320 3 5 1,334 4,776 5,979.................... $ 97,431$ 299,506
PALM BEACH COUNTY-
Jacksonville-Key West D. T..... 45.76 $14,000 $ 640,640 30.54 $ 3,000|$ 91,620 ......... ................................
Miami Extension .......................... 28.67 2,500 71,675 7.11 8341 5,930 .................... .................... ............................. ....
Spur to Dock ............. ............ ..... .................... 1.47 2,500 3,675 .................. .................... .................... ....................
Spur to H hotel .... ........................ ............ ............ ................... 1.55 2,500 3,875 .................... ................... .................... ....................
Total County ............................ 74.431 ............ $ 712,3151 40.671 ............|$ 105,1001$ 18,7091$ 15,8001$ 304,8571$ 1,156,781
PUTNAM COUNTY- I
Jacksonville-Key W est ......... ........... ....... ........... ..... ........................................
Old East Palatka Main Line I
90 Ib. Rail .... ........................ .. 11.81 $ 8,250 $ 97,432 4.12 $ 3,000|$ 12,360 .............. ................... ............... .. .....
San Mateo Branch 60 lb. Rail.. 4.60 2,500 11,500 .27 8341 225 .................... ........ .................
Total County ............................I 16.411 ............ $ 108,932| 4.391 ........... $ 12,5851$ 2,419 .................... $ 39,4191$ 163,355
SEMINOLE COUNTY- I
Maytown to Okeechobee .......... 14.41 $ 4,000 $ 57,6401 1.84 $ 1,334 $ 2,4551$ 1,890.................... 30,797 $ 92,782








ST. JOHNS COUNTY-
Jacksonville-Key West ..............
East Palatka Old Main Line....


35.15 $14,000 $
19.22 8,250


492,100
158,565


33.58
4.24


$ 3,000$
3,0001


100,740
12,720


Total County ............................ 54.371 ............|$ 650,6651 37.821 ............1$ 113,4601$ 14,8101$ 450,0001$ 241,3311$ 1,470,266
ST. LUCIE COUNTY-
Jacksonville-Key West .............. 21.88/$14,000 $ 306,320 27.16 $ 3,000 $ 81,480 $ 8,248 $ 13,800 $ 134,406 $ 544,254
VOLUSIA COUNTY- I
Jax.-Key W est D. T. ............ 29.67 $14,000 $ 415,380 42.51$ 3,0001 127,530.... ..... .......... .. .................. ..................
Jax.-Key W est S. T ................... 14.81 9,250 136,993............ ..... I. .......... ... ..... ......... ............. ... ...
Orange City Branch 70 lb. rail.. 27.44 3,000 82,320 3.63 1,0001 3,630 .................... ....... ....................
Enterprise Branch 70 lb. rail.... 23.58 3,000 70,740 5.17 1,0001 5,170 ............................................ ... ..................
Edgewater-Titusville ............ 18.20 5,000 91,000 .31 1,1671 517. .......................... ........... ..................
Maytown-Okeechobee 70 lb. rail 6.33 4,000 25,320 2.34 1,334 3,122............... .................... .............. ..................
H hotel Spur-Orm ond 1.......2.. ........... ............ I .................... 1 .24 2,500[ 3,100 .................... ... ............ .....................
Total County ........................... 120.031 ............ $ 821,7531 55.201 ............ $ 143,0691$ 23,8311$ 112,0001$ 388,321|$ 1,488,974


GEORGIA, SOU. & FLA. RY. CO.
C BAKER COUNTY-
St. Line-Jacksonville ..................


$ 8,250 $


120,368


$ 3,0001$ 5,190


11,3341$ 136,892


NASSAU COUNTY- I I
St. Line-Jacksonville .................. 12.27$ 8,250$ 101,228 1.66$ 3,000$ 4,980 ................................... $ 9,6741$ 115,882
DUVAL COUNTY-
State Line-Jacksonville ........... 9.45 $ 8,250$ 77,963 2.80 $ 3,000 $ 8,4001 ........................................ $ 8,507 $ 94,870
HAMILTON COUNTY- I I I
State Line-Palaka ...................... 31.56 $ 4,500 $ 142,020] 2.39 $ 1,500 $ 3,585 .................... ............. $ 23,578 $ 169,183
COLUMBIA COUNTY- I I I I
St. Line-Palatka 23.06)$ 4,500i$ 103,770 2.98 $ 1,5001$ 4,470 ........................................ 18,084 126,324
St. L ine-P alatka ............._............$
UNION COUNTY- I
State Line to Palaka .................. 13.69$ 4,500 $ 61,6051 .60 1,500 900.................... ....................$ 9,924 72,429
BRADFORD COUNTY--
State Line to Palaka .................. 20.04 $ 4,500 $ 90,180 2.58 $ 1,500 $ 3,870 ..................................... 15,709 $ 109,759
PUTNAM COUNTY--
State Line to Palaka .................. 21.97 $ 4,5001$ 98,8651 4.60 $ 1,5001$ 6,9001....................$ 27,500 $ 18,453$ 151,718


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Ga., S. & Fla. Ry. Co. (Cont'd) 4,16 ---
State Line-Palatka ........ 5.64 $ 4,500 $ 25,380 .35 $ 1,500 $ 525 ........... ............. 4,1601$ 30,065
GA., FLA. & ALA. R. R. CO.
FRANKLIN COUNTY-
Tallahassee-Carrabelle .............. 13.48 $ 2,500 $ 33,700 1.13 $ 833 $ 9411$ 8511$ 800 17,281 $ 53,573
GADSDEN COUNTY-- /--
State line to Tallahassee .......... 62 $ 4,750 $ 59,945 1.60 $ 1,2,533
Quincy Branch ...................... 11.23 3,500 39,305 1.63 1,1671 1,902......... .. .................... ... ....
Total County ......................... 23.851 ............|$ 99,2501 3.231 ............$- 4,435|$ 1,5771$ 5001$ 32,031|$ 137,793
LEON COUNTY-
State line to Carrabelle
North of Tallahassee .......... 11.93 $ 4,750$ 56668 3.09 $ 1,583$ 4,891........ ..................
South of Tallahassee ............ 11.19 2,500 27,975 .63 8331 525 ............................... ....................
Total County ............................ 23.121 ............$ 84,6431 3.72 ............ $ 5,4161$ 1,5641$ 11,8531$ 31,747|1 135,223
WAKULLA COUNTY-- 24.21 2,500 o6 472
Tallahassee to Carrabelle ........ 24.21$ 2,500$ 60,525 1.06$ 8331$ 8831 1,472$ 2501$ 29,890 93,020







GEORGIA & FLA. RY. CO.
MADISON COUNTY-
Georgia State Line to Madison
40 Ib. rail 56 lb. rail ................
56 lb. rail ...................................


6.39 $ 3,000 $
6.32 3,500


22 .120 ............


$ 1,500


$ 4,725


......... .............1,535 $ 10,366
.... $ 1,535 $ 10,366


$ 57,916


(Returned as assessed-1931) 1 12.711 ............1$ 41,2901 3.151 ............1$ 4,7251..................... ...-............. I --...---.........
ST. LOUIS-SAN FRAN. RY. CO.
ESCAMBIA COUNTY-
Atm ore, Ala. to 894 M ile Post.. 27.25 $ 8,000 $ 218,000 ............ ...... .......... ......................... ............... ......... ...........
894 Mile Post to Pensacola ...... 17.94 7,000 125,580 18.83 $ 3,000 $ 56,490 ......... .................... ......... ...............
W Pensacola-Goulding ..................... ............................... 2.54 2,000 5,080 ..... ............. ........ .............. ...............
Freight line-Dock ...... ................. .... .................... 2.31 2,000 4,620 ................. .................-......... ... ..- ..
Ship Yards ........... ..... ........................ 3.59 2,000 7,180 .................... .................... .................. ......
Old Gulf Power Co. Switch
Track Interchange .................. .............. .... .. 5.67 2,000 11,340 ..........................................................
Total County ............................ 45.191 ............ $ 343,5801 32.941 ............1$ 84,7101$ 15,3331$ 285,0001$ 152,2471$ 880,870
JACKSONVILLE TRACTION CO. I
DUVAL COUNTY-
M ain Track inside city.............. 37.03 $ 7,000 $ 259,210 ............ ....................................................................... ..................
Outside city .................................. 66 5,000 3,300 ............ ........ ........ .....
Branch, switch, spur and side
track ............................................................... 20.64 $ 3,000 $ 61,920 ............................ ............
Total County ............................ 37.69 ........... $ 262,5101 20.641 ............J$ 61,9201$ 12,0001$ 135,3751$ 49,2001$ 521,005
JACKSONVILLE TERM I NAL CO. .
DUVAL COUNTY-
M ain line interlocking track.... 6.15$20,000 $ 123,000............................................................... ....................
Side track, Class One Inter-
locking Station Side Track.......... ..... .......................... 10.94 $10,000$ 109,400 .................. ... ............... ......
Express, mail and private car
tracks, Class Two ..................................... ... 16.96 5,0001 84,800 ...........................................
Class No. Three-Interchange
yard and honeymoon yard
and wash tracks .................... ... .... .............. .. 12.46 3,0001 37,380 ........................................ ... ......
Total County ............................ 6.151 ............|$ 123,0001 40.361 ............1$ 231,5801$ 108,2461$ 1,000,0001$ 27,8181$ 1,490,644










STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).


COUNTIES


TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
MAIN AND BRANCH
TRACK SIDE TRACK
Main Value Miles Value
Track Per Track Side Per Track
Miles Mile Value Track Mile Value


ATL. & E. C. TERMINAL CO.
DUVAL COUNTY-
Switch tracks from Myrtle Ave.
crossing to freight yards........ ....... ...................
co Real Estate-
Lots and parts of lots Myrtle Ave. to Lee St. as
described in returns
Freight depot and other structures on Bay and
Forsyth St.
Lots and parts of lots Lee St. to Jefferson St. as
described in returns
Total County .. ........................ .............. ........ ..........
L. & N. RAILROAD CO.
ESCAMBIA COUNTY-
Pensacola to Flomaton
80 lb. and 90 lb. rail D. T..... 2.32 $13,875 $ 32
Pensacola to Flomaton S. T. .... 41.03 9,250 379
Pensacola to Flomaton S. T..... 10.02 9,000 90
Total County ............................) 53.371 ............|$ 501


Value
Appurte-
nant
Supplies


Value Pro-Rata
Terminal Value
Facilities Rolling
Stock


Total
Valuation








GADSDEN COUNTY-
Pensacola to River Junction
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail ................


1.05 $


9,000]$


.171$ 3,0001$


5101$


399 ................


3,1511$


13,510


HOLMES COUNTY-
Pensacola to River Junction
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail ................ 23.37 9,000 $ 210,330 1.18 3,000 $ 3,540 ............ ............... .. ..................
Alabama & Fla. Div.
56-63-68 lb. rail ...................... 10.25 7,500 76,875 .90 3,000 2,700 .................... .. ...................... ..............
Total County ............................ 33.621 ............1$ 287,2051 2.081 ............ I 6,2401$ 11,686 ....................|$ 92,2071$ 397,338
SANTA ROSA COUNTY-
Pensacola-River Junction
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail ................ 25.82 $ 9,000 $ 232,380 2.91 $ 3,000 $ 8,730$ 9,405 .................... $ 74,204$ 324,719
JACKSON COUNTY-
River Junction to Pensacola
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail ................ 39.43 $ 9,000 $ 354,870 3.56 $ 3,000 $ 10,680 ...................... .................... ..............
Esto to Graceville
56 lb. and 68 lb. rail .............. 1.50 $ 7,500 $ 11,250 2.53 ............ 7,590 ................................... ............ .................
Total County ............................| 40.93 ............ $ 366,1201 6.091 ............ 1 18,2701$ 15,3921.................... $ 121,4441$ 521,226
OKALOOSA COUNTY-
Pensacola to River Junction
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail .............. 26.28 $ 9,000 $ 236,520 2.71 5 3,000$ 8,130 ............. ................................. ........
Yellow River Branch 58 lb. rail 22.06 $ 5,000 $ 121,330 1.74 1,834 3,191 17,280............. 136,347 ....................
Total County ......................... 48.34 ...........$ 357,850 4.45 ............ 11,321 $ 17,280 ... ..... 136,347 $ 522,798
WALTON COUNTY-
Pensacola to River Junction
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail ................ 22.03 $ 9,000 $ 198,270 1.67 $ 3,000 $ 5,010......... .......................
Yellow River Branch 58 lb. rail 3.28 5,500 18,040 ...... ..... .............................. ................... ...............
Ala. & Fla. Div. 56-63-68 lb. rail 2.25 5,500 12,375 .19 1,834 348 ......................................... ... ... .. ...
Total County ............................I 27.561 ............|$ 228,6851 1.86 ...........$ 5,358|$ 9,630..................$ 75,986$ 319,659
WASHINGTON COUNTY-
Pensacola to River Junction
70 lb. and 80 lb. rail ................ 12.49 $ 9,000 112,410 3.37 $ 3,000|$ 10,110$ 5,192 .................. 40,963$ 168,675









STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R. R. Co. I
LAFAYETTE COUNTY-
Live Oak to Hampton Springs 13.00 $ 2,000 $ 32,500 .47 $ 8001$ 376 ................................................
M ayo Junction-M ayo ................. 12.41 1,200 14,892 1.42 5001 709 ........ .................................. .. ................
Total County ......................... 25.411 ............ $ 47,3921 1.891 ............$ 1,0851$ 1,546 .................. $ 3,212$ 53,235
SUWANNEE COUNTY- I I
Live Oak to Perry .................. 17.00 $ 2,500 $ 42,500 1.151$ 8001$ 920............................. ....................
.... .......... ...... ................ ........ .. 1.051 8001 840 .................... .................. ................ .. -......
Total County ........................... 17.001 ............1$ 42,500| 2.201 ............ $ 1,760|$ 1,088 $ 7,0001$ 2,2591$ 54,607
TAYLOR COUNTY- I I
Live Oak to Hampton Spgs....... 14.00 $ 2,500 $ 35,000 3.141$ 800|$ 2,512................................... ................
Hampton Springs-West ............... 20.00 1,250 25,000 2.101 5001 1,051 ......................... ..............................
Not operated .. I
Total County .........................I 34.00 ............ $ 60,0001 5.24 ............ $ 3,563|$ 2,2231 ..............-..- 1$ 4,6181$ 70,404


FRUIT GROWERS EXP. CO.
Alachua County ............................
Baker County .............................
Bradford County .......................
Brevard County ...........................
Broward County .......................


221.48 ............
52.23 ............
66.75 ............
143.07 ...........
74.21] ............


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5,403 $
1,274
1,628
3,490
1,810


5,403
1,274
1,628
3,490
1,810









Charlotte County ......................
Citrus County ............................
Clay County ................................
Collier County ............ ...........
Columbia County ....................
Dade County ...............................
DeSoto County .........................
Dixie County .............. ...........
Duval County .........................
Escambia County ..-...............
Flagler County ............................
Franklin County ........................
Gadsden County .........................
Gilchrist County ........................
Glades County ..........................
Hamilton County .......................
Hardee County ........................
co Hendry County ......................
Hernando County .....................-
Highlands County ....................
Hillsborough County ................
Holmes County ..........................
Indian River County ................
Jackson County .........................
Jefferson County ......................
Lake County ...............................
Lee County County ....................
Leon County ...............................
Levy County ...............................
Madison County ........................
Manatee County ......................
Marion County ..................-.....
Martin County .............................
Monroe County ...........................
Nassau County ...........................


66.31 ............ ...
112.27 ............ ...................
47.45 ............ .........
88.40 ............ ............
75.06 ..................- .
140.46 ............ ...............
64.49 ...............................
26.01 ............................
212.73 ........ ................
55.69 ............ ................
66.07 ............ .................
13.48 ............ ................
62.05 ................................
40.67 ------ ................
43.7 ................................
45.74 ............ ...............
45.74
43.12 ..............................
37.90 .. ........... ..
69.97 .. ....
86.86 ........... ...... .........
220.11 ............ ...................
33.62 ............ ...... .........
46.90 ...............................
40.93 ............ .............
77.04 ............ ...............
181.50 ........... ........ ..
103.71 ............ ...... .....
91.34 ............ ....................
119.49 ............ ....... .........
41.02 ...... ................
79.48 ............ ..................
176.78 ............ ...................
88.62 ........ .......... ...
111.76 ............ ..............
135.16 ............ .... .... ...


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1,618
2,739
1,157
2,156
1,831
3,427
1,573
634
32,469
1,360
1,612
329
1,514
993
1,067
1,116
1,052
925
1,707
2,119
5,370
820
1,144
998
1,880
4,428
2,530
2,228
2,915
1,001
1,939
4,313
2,162
2,726
3,297













STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR, 1931-(Continued).


TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
MAIN---- ANDBRACHValue Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation

Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value


Fruit Growers Ex. Co.-(Cont'd)
Okaloosa County ........................
Okeechobee County ....................
M Orange County ...........................
Lt Osceola County ..........................
Palm Beach County ....................
Pasco County .............................
Pinellas County ........................
Polk County .............................
Putnam County ........... .......
St. Johns County ........-.............
St. Lucie County .......................
Santa Rosa County ..................
Sarasota County ......................
Seminole County ........................
Sumter County ............................
Suwannee County ........................
Taylor County ............................
Union County .............................
Volusia County .........................
Wakulla County ........................


48.34 ............
69.34 ............
130.05 ..
83.13 ..........
179.30 ..
135.00 .
82.63 .....
303.55 .......
106.28 ....
89.52 ........
43.76 ......
25.82 ...........
56.92 ............
91.02 ......
88.18 ............
66.01 ............
44.80 ........
36.95 ....
202.01 ........
33.83 .......


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1,179
1,692
3,173
2,028
4,374
3,293
2,016
7,405
2,593
2,184
1,068
630
1,388
2,220
2,151
1,610
1,093
901
4,928
825


1,179
1,692
-3,173
2,028
4,374
3,293
2,016
7,405
2,593
2,184
1,068
630
1,388
2,220
2,151
1,610
1,093
901
4,928
825


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W alton County ............................ 56 ............ ................... 72...... ......1...... ................... I.................. ................ 672| 672
W ashington County .................... 12.49 ............ : ....................:.......::.. ............ ..................................:: :................... 3051 305
Total F. G. Express Co........... 5,460.171 ............ .................... 1 391 ............ $ 1,3901$ 16,0001$ 9,8901$ 133,20215 160,482
Marianna & Blountstown R. R.
CALHOUN COUNTY-
Marianna to Blountstown ........ 15.79 $ 1,250 $ 19,738 .56 417 $ 234 ...................... ...............................
Blountstown to Mims ................ 13.00 500 6,500 1.00 167 167.............. ................................. .... .......
Total County ............................ 28.791 ............ $ 26,2381 1.56 ............$ 4011$ 250$ 375$ 2,7521 30,016
JACKSON COUNTY- |
Marianna to Blountstown-Mims 12.791$ 1,250 $ 15,988 .4211 4171$ 175 .................................... $ 1,1981$ 17,361
MIAMI BEACH RAILWAY CO.
DADE COUNTY-
Main track on Miami Beach,
operated ........... ........... 6.20 $ 7,000 $ 43,400 ....................... ................................
Track not operated ................ 3.00 750 2,250.......... ...........................$ 12558.................... 24,375 $ 82,583
FLA. W. & N. RAILWAY CO.
LAKE COUNTY-
Coleman to West P. Beach ...... 13.58 $ 7,000 $ 95,060 1.76 $ 3,0001$ 5,280 $ 894 ................ 18,144 $ 119,378
MARTIN COUNTY-
Coleman to West P. Beach........ 23.09 $ 7,000 $ 161,630 5.76 $ 3,0001$ 17,280 $ 1,680 ................... 34,1241$ 214,714
NASSAU COUNTY- I
Gross to Callahan ..................... 12.74 $ 7,000 $ 89,1801 1.83 $ 3,000|$ 5,490 $ 849 .................. $ 17,2341$ 112,753
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY- .. 1
Coleman to West Palm Beach.. 26.39$ 7,000 $ 184,730 4.12 $ 3,0001$ 12,360 $ 1,777 .................... $ 36,088 $ 234,955
PALM BEACH COUNTY- I
Coleman-West Palm Beach........ 31.19 $ 7,000 $ 218,330 12.981$ 3,00015 38.940 $ 2,573 $ 25,000 $ 52,245 $ 337,088
POLK COUNTY- I I
Coleman-West Palm Beach ...... 54.83 $ 7,0001$ 383,8101 17.32 $ 3,0001 $ 51,960 $ 4,203 .................... $ 85,341 $ 525,314
HIGHLANDS COUNTY- 58,597 368,10
Coleman to West Palm Beach.. 39.50 $ 7,000 $ 276,500 10.04 $ 3,000 $ 30,120 $ 2,886 .................... $ 58,597 368,103









STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931.

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES. MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
Fla. W.& N. Ry Co.-(Cont'd)
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Valrico-Welcome Junction ...... 11.34 $ 7,000 $ 79,380 3.44 $ 3,000$ 10.320$ 861.................... 17,482 108,043
SUMTER COUNTY- CUT 700I ,0 61 ,0001- 1
Coleman to West Palm Beach.. 19.90 $-7,000 $ 139,300 461 $ 3,000 $ 13,830$ 1,428 .............. 28,9911$ 183,549
GULF POWER COMPANY
ESCAMBIA COUNTY-
Track in pavement
Street R. R.-Pensacola ...... 4.65 $ 7,000 $ 32,550 1.23 $ 3,0001$ 3,690 .............. ......... ...... .....
Open track i
Side and Switch track ............ 4.40$ 5,00 $ 22,000.......... ....... ............................... .........
Total ............................................ 9.05 ............$ 54,5501 1.231 ............ $ 3,6901$ 1,250|$ 25,000|$ 2,1101$ 86,600
Brooksville & Inverness R. R. Co. I
CITRUS COUNTY- |
Inverness to Brooksville .......... 10.27 5,750$ 59,053 2.56 $ 1,9161$ 4,905 $ 747 ...........$ 15,176 $ 79,881
HERNANDO COUNTY- I|I --- I-I
rooksville-Inverness ............... 8.75 $ 5,7501$ 50,313 1.42 $ 1,916$ 2.721 1$ 593 .................... $ 12,029 65,656
Port St. Joe Dock & Term. Co.
GULF COUNTY-
South Scales to Dock................ 70$ 3,500 $ 2,450 .60 $ 1,500$ 900$ 5,000 ....................$ 8,350








SEABOARD AIR LINE RY. CO.
ALACHUA COUNTY-
Callahan-Coleman ........................
Waldo-Inverness ...........
Starke-W annee ..............
Artche're'.PTar KTv


$ 8,250 $
5,750
2,250
2.250


234,053
187,048
49,658
6.030


$ 3,000 $
1,9161
7501
7501


26,640 ..............I--...... ... ...... ......
13,469 .......... ...... ....
1,215 .............. .....
1,133 .................... ................


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Total County ........................... 85.651 ............ $ 476,7891 19.041 ............1$ 42,4571$ 6,0981$ 15,000|$ 123,8301$ 664,174
BAKER COUNTY--
Baldwin-River Junction .. 24.26$ 7,0001$ 169,820 3.63 $ 3,0001$ 10,890 $ 1,625 .........-- $ 32,989 $ 215,324
BRADFORD COUNTY- I
Callahan to Coleman S. T......... 8.26 $ 8,250 $ 68,145 4.74 $ 3,000 $ 14,220 .... .............. ....... .. ........--....--..
Callahan to Coleman D. T......... 11.28 12,375 139,590 ....... ..... ........ ..................... .........--........ -.........--..... -.......
Starke-W annee ............................ 15.89 2,250 35,753 1.09 7501 818 .... ................... ............ I .....- .
Total County ............................ 35.431 .... .. $ 243,4881 5.831 ............ $ 15,038$1 3,0611.................... 62,1461$ 323,733
CITRUS COUNTY- 1,916 1
W aldo-Inverness ....... ......... 18.97 $ 5,750 $ 109,078 .6 $ 1 .................... .................... ...................
Camp R. R. Spur, Side ............. ....................1.68 2,500 4,20 .......... .................................... ....
Depot Spur ......... ................ ..--- .... ... 2.31 2,500 5,775 ........................... ....... .......... -- .......
Side ................ ................. ...- -- ...- ......1.84 834 1,53 ...................................... .................. ....................
Total County ......................... 18.97 ............ 109,078 12.51 ............$ 24,3091$ 1,834....................$ 37,235 172,456
CLAY COUNTY-- I
Callahan to Coleman D. T ....... 6.53 $12,375 $ 80,8091 .08$ 3,0001$ 2401$ 765 .... ......$ 15,5421$ 97,356

COLUMBAldwin toUNTY-iver Junction........ 20.53 7,000 $ 143,710 4.34 $ 3,000$ 13,020$ 1,449 ................$ 29,4171$ 187,596

State Line-Jacksonville .... 20.28 $ 8,250 $ 167,310 9.19 $ 3,000 $ 27,570 ....................................... .....................
Jacksonville-Baldwin ................ 16.85 8,250 139,013 33.89 3,000 101,670.................... .. ........ ................
Jacksonville Pass. Connection.. .58 8,250 4,785 ............ -- --------- .. ....-- ..... ---------.- --.....---- ...........--
Callahan-Coleman ........................ 4.39 8,250 36,218 20.61 3,000 61,830 ................... ............ ..... .
Callhan-Coleman D. T. ............. 8.14 12,375 100,733 ........ ... ...............---..------.-...... ......... --
Baldwin-River Junction ............ 3.07 7,000 21,490 ........... .... -- -------............------ ---- -- .....-- ..............
Baldwin S. E. Conn ............... 14 8,250 1,155 ...... .. .................................... ...
Honeymoon to Hogan St. ........ 2.05 8,250 16,913 9.481 3,0001 28,440 ... .................... ...... ..............


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931.

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES. MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track M~ile Value
S. A. L. RY. CO.-(Cont'd)
F. & J. Jet. Commodore Pt ................................................ 2.70 2,500 6,750 ................... .
Side .............................. ..... ...... ........ ........... ..................... 3.75 834 3,128 .............. .... .... ..... .. ............ ...........
W ilson-Toomer Spur .......................... ........1.49 2,500 3,725 .................. -..---.... ..............
Side ........ ......................... ............... ................................ 1.06 834 884 .......... .
Arm our Spur ......................... ...... ...... ............................. 12 2,500 300 .........
Side .....-- ...............--. ... .........- ------...................--------.......... 02 834 17 ...................................... ........ .. ..... ....... ---
Total County ............................ 55.501 ............ $ 487,6171 82.311 ............ $ 234,3141$ 8,5021$ 520,940$1 172,6331$ 1,424,006
GADSDEN COUNTY- I I
Baldwin to River Junction........ 34.63 $ 7,000 $ 242,410 3.66 $ 3,0001$ 10,980 .................... .................... .................... .
Ow l Com m ercial Spur ............... .............. ........... ........... ......... 1.99{ 2,5001 4,975 .................... ................... .................... .. ....
Side ............................ ........ .. ...... .............. ............ .................... .461 834 384 .................... ................. ......... ..... ..... .....
Total County ............................ 34.631 ............ 1$ 242,410! 6.111 ............ 1$ 16,339!$ 2,373 .................... $ 48,1881$ 309,310
GILCHRIST COUNTY- I I
Branch Starke to Wannee........ 18 80 $ 2,250 $ 42,300 2.08$ 7501$ 1,560$ 1,216 .................... $ 24,6971 69,773
HERNANDO COUNTY- I I
Coleman to Tampa .................. 6.53 $ 8,000 $ 52,240 .80$ 3,0001$ 2,400$ 427.................... 8,670j$ 63,737
............... .........____ ___ __ 2,4001$ __ __ __ __ __r_ _


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Coleman-Tampa D. T...................
Coleman-Tampa S. T.................


$12,3751$ 46,035 .......... .................. ...
8,000! 238,960! 34.88$ 3,000 $ 104,640....................


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Turkey Creek-Sarasota ............ 25.75
E. "Y" to Turkey Creek.......... .26
Plant City-Welcome Jet. .......... 10.84
Plant City "Y" .......................... .17
Valrico-Welcome Jet. .............. .26
Valrico Construction .................. .06
Welcome Jet. to W. L. Wales 2.63
Edison Jct.-Agricola .............. .92
Coronet Spur ........------....... -..--
Side Track ......................
Seddon Island Spur ...............
Seddon Island Spur Side Track...
Tamna Nor Cnn .. ........... .04


6,500
6,500
5,000
5,000
6,250
6,250
6,250
4,000




5.750


167,375
1,690
54,200
850
1,625
375
16,438
3,680



.......... 230


3.07

1.36
.....


.61

1.73
2.63
1.72.
6871


3,000 9,210 ...... ........
............ .................. .............
1,666 2,266.................
... ... ... .. .. ... ... ... ..---- ----- -- -* .
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2,084 1,271 ...............

2,5001 4,325......... ...
8341 2,193 ................
2,500 4,300 .... ............
834 5,730 ....................
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-- -- ....
Total County ............. ..- .... ~ 74.52 ............1$ 531,4581 52.871 ............$ 133,9351$ 7,6381$ 322,000|$ 155,0801$ 1,150,111
JEFFERSON COUNTY-
Baldwin to River Junction...... 19.12 $ 7,000$ 133,840 2.8 6 3,000$ 8,580 ..................................---
Tallahassee-W aylonza ................ 15.83 2,000 31,660 .73 666 486.................... .................. .............. ........
Drifton-Monticello ................ 4.33 2,000 8,660 .40 666 266 ....
Total County ........................ 39.28 ............ $ 174,1601 3 99 ............$ 9,3321$ 2,5211................ 1$ 51,1811$ 237,194
LAKE COUNTY--
W ildwood to Orlando -.. ......... 23.50 $ 4,750 $ 111,625 4.58 $ 1,584 $ 7,255 .................. ................ ........ ... ... ...... ..
(Orlando) East leg of "Y"-
Tavares ........ ... .. ... ..----- .17 4,750 808 ........... ............ ----- ------ ---------------- -- .................. .. ------------ --. .......----
Tavares Depot Spur ........................ ..... ... .....-- .52 4,500 2,340 ...... .............--------........--- ............
Tavares Depot Spur Side track.............. ... ... .... .62 1,500 930...................... .................. ..............-- .
Total County ............................ 23.671 ............ $ 112,4331 5.721 ............|$ 10,525$ 1,712 ................. 34,763|$ 159,433
LEON COUNTY--
Baldwin to River Junction.... 25.53 $ 7,000 $ 178,710 6.03 $ 3,000 $ 18,090 .................................... .. .
Tallahassee-W aylonza .. ...... 13.00 2,000 26,000 .23 666 153.................................................... ...
St. Marks Jct.-St. Marks.......... 10.79 2,000 21,580 .3 666 233.....................................................
Total County .......................--I 49.321 ............|1 226,2901 6.611 ............ $ 18,476|$ 3,2581$ 25,3001$ 66,1551$ 339,479










STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL.
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH SIDE Appurte- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile. Value Track Mile Value
S. A. L. RY. CO.-(Cont'd) I
LEVY COUNTY-
Archer-Cedar Key ...................... 39.88 $ 2,250 $ 89,730 2.38 $ 750 1,585 ..........................................................
W aldo-Inverness ........................ 18.51 5,750 106,433 8.15 1,916 15,615 ........................................................ .................
Total County ............................ 58.391 ............ $ 196,1631 10.531 ............ $ 17,400 $ 4,0151.................... $ 81,5201$ 299,098
MADISON COUNTY-
Baldwin-River Junction ............ 35.08 $ 7,000 $ 245,560 4.70 $ 3,00011 14,1001$ 2,317 .................... 1 47,0531$ 309,030
MANATEE COUNTY-
Turkey Creek-Sarasota ............ 26.1 $ 6,500 $ 169,845 7.47 $ 3,000$ 22,410 ................. ..... .............................
Terra Ceia Branch ............... 4.49 2,500 11,225 1.03 834 8591 ............................ ..................
Manatee-Bradenton .............. 1.30 2,500 3,250 1.19 834 992 .. ........----- ..................
Palmetto Branch ................... 1.66 2,500 4,150 8.30 834 6,9221............. ................. ................
Ellenton Branch .................. 1.64 2,500 4,100 .65 834 542..... ..... ... ..... .......... .................
E. & W Con..... ........................... .04 2,500 100 .............................. ... ............ ........... .... ...... .
Total County ........................... 35.261 ............1$ 192,6701 18.641 ............ $ 31,7251$ 3,140 .................$ 63,7541$ 291,289


MARION COUNTY-
Callahan-Coleman .....................
Waldo-Inverness .....................
Summerfield to Lake Weir ......
Dunnellon-Spur ..........................


39.26$ 8,250
18.33 5,750
7.03 2,000
.............. ............


323,895
105,398
14,060


21.26
4.96
.83
.92


3,000
1,916
666
2,5001


63,780
9,503
553
2,300


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Dunnellon-Side ............
Early Bird .....................--------
Early Bird- -..-


1.091 834
.71. 2,500
2.691 834


y ............................I......----
Total County ............. 64.621 ............ $ 443,353 32.461 ............$ 81,063$ 5,6551................... 114,829$1 644,900
NASSAU COUNTY- I
State Line to Jacksonville ..... 12.45 $ 8,250 $ 102,713 4.43 $ 3,000 $ 13,290..... ............ ..............................
Gross to M usa ........................... 19 8,250 1,568 ............ ...... ...... .... .....
Callahan-Coleman ....................... 17.21 8,250 141,983 3.50 3,000 10,500.............................................
Baldwin-River Junction .......... 2.55 7,000 17,850 ................ ............. ................ ............
Fernandina-Callahan ............. 26.88 2,500 67,200 15.20 834 12,677................ .. .... ..... .... .........
S. E. Conn.-Yulee ....................... .18 2,500 450 .............. ................... ..... ............... ...... ... ... ......
Total County ............................ 59.461 ............1$ 331,764 23.131 ............ $ 36,4671 4,8111$ 33,6501$ 97,6891$ 504,381
ORANGE COUNTY- -
Wlldwood to Orlando-- ..... 23.57 $ 4,750 $ 111,958 8.53 $ 1,584 $ 13,512.... ................. ... ...........
Orlando to Lake Charm .. 9.29 2,000 18,580 .23 666 153... ............................................... ...................
Total County ....................... 32.86 ............ $ 130,538| 8.76 ............ 1$ 13,6651$ 2,4251$ 27,5001$ 49,2291$ 223,357
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POLK COUNTY-
Welcome Jet. to W. L. Wales.. 25.35
Edison Jet. to Agricola ............ 11.70
Bartow-Pembroke ........-..-------- 7.99
W. Lake Wales to Hesperides.. 12.57
Royster Mine Spur ............ .....
Royster Mine Spur Side ..............
Pembroke Spur ....... ...... ..........
Pembroke Side .......... ........
Nichols Spur ............... ............
Nichols Side ............... ........ .........


$8,000 $


$ 6,250
4,000
4,000
2,250


181,600


158,438
46,800
31,960
28,283


3,000|$ 12,060


$ 2,084
1,334
1,334
750
2,500
834
2,500
834
2,500
834


29,614 ..................
1,587 .................
1,574 ..................
3,773 .... .............
8,550 ....... .......
284 ..................
1,525 ..................
584 .... .............
1,775 .... .............
701 .... .............


I .. ----- I --


1,557 .................... $


31,6055$


226,822


Total County ...........................I 57.611 ............ $ 265,4811 28.231 ............|$ 49,967$ 5,0001.................... 1$ 101,534|$ 421,982


CO PASCO COUNTY--
Coleman to T a n


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata Total
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Valuation
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling
Miles Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
S. A. L. RY. CO.-(Cont'd) -
SARASOTA COUNTY-
Turkey Creek-Sarasota ............ 3.68 $ 6,500 $ 23,920 4.23 $ 3,000 $ 12,690 ........... ............................................
Sarasota-Venice ............................ 19.40 3,000 58,200 6.03 1,000 6,030 ..... ........................ .............. .........
Total County ............................ 23.081 ............|$ 82,1201 10.261 ............ $ 18,7201$ 1,942 ..........-... $ 39,435 $ 142,217
SEMINOLE COUNTY-- $ $ I I
Branch
Orlando to Lake Charm .......... 7.14 $ 2,000 $ 14,280 .71 $ 666$ 473 .................... .......... ....................
Black Hammock Spurs No. 1................ ......................... 2.83 2,000 5,660 ......................................... ............
Side ............................................. .. ........ ................... .40 666 266 ................................ ....................
Black Hammock Spurs No. 2.... .............. ............ ................... 2.10 2,000 4,2001........ ............... ... ......... ......... ...........
Side ......................................... .............. ................... .40 666 266 .............................................. .............
Black Hammock Spurs No. 3.... ............................................. 1.50 2,000 3,0001...................................... ... ............... ..
Side ................................................................................. .... .... .33 6661 2201............................ ............
Black H am m ock Spurs No. 5 .............. ................. 1.19 2,0001 2,380 .................... .................... .................... ..................
S id e .............................................. .............. ............ ........... ......... .23 6661 153 ....- ..- .--......... .................... ........................ ..............
Black Hammock Spurs No. 5...................... ....................... 1.12 2,000 2,380... .... ................................................
Side ................................. ......................... ...... .. 19 6661 1532...... ....................
Black Hammock Spurs No. 6................ ...........1. 1 00 ,2]................... 1.12. 2,000 2,240 106.....2,6 .
Side .................................................. ... ............................... .19 666 127 ................
Total County ............................| 7.141 ............1$ 14,2801 11.001 ............ $ 18,9851|$ 1,056].................... $ 21,4561$ 55,777









SUMTER COUNTY-
Callahan-Coleman ........................
Coleman-Tampa D. T. ...............
Coleman-Tampa S. T ................
F. W. & N. Connection ..............
Wildwood-Orlando .....................


$ 8,250
12,375
8,000
8,000
4.750


49,500
69,300
134,080
640
29,925


19.96 $ 3,000
. .. .......
3.39 3,000

1.17 1,584


59880 .......... .


10,170 ....................
1,85--------3 -----........
1,8.~..~ ~ 531 : .. ................


Total County ............................I 34.741 ............ $ 283,4451 24.52| ............ $ 71,9031$ 3,7781$ 83,090[$ 76,7181$ 518,934
SUWANNEE COUNTY-
Baldwin-River Junction ............ 25.28 $ 7,000$ 176,960 5.07 $ 3,000 $ 15,210$ 1,768 .................... $ 35,899 $ 229,837
TAYLOR COUNTY-
Branch
Tallahassee-Waylonza ................ .84 $ 2,000 $ 1,680 .34 $ 666$ 226$ 69................... $ 1,396 $ 3,371
WAKULLA COUNTY-
St. Marks Jet. to St. Marks........ 9.62$ 2,000 $ 19,240 .621$ 666 413$ 596 ..............$ 12,112 $ 32,361
SALE-DAVIS COMPANY
BAY COUNTY--
Greenhead to Southport .......... 11.75 $ 1,000 $ 11,750 ....................................................... .... .................... $ 11,750
WASHINGTON COUNTY-
Greenhead to out port ............ 7.00$ 1,000$ 7,000 ....... ................................................ .... .................. .......... 7,000
ST. JOHNS RIVER TERM. CO.
DUVAL COUNTY-
300 ft., North of Grand Cross-
ing to Jacksonville Termi-
nal Yards-
1st Track ...: .......................... 2.96 $ 6,000 $ 17,760 ............ .. .. .................. ...... .............. ...................
2nd Track .............................. 2.38 3,000 7,140 .... ............ ..... ...........................
Grand Crossing to Springfield
"Y" ........................................ .. 4.68 6,000 28,080 24.32 $ 2,000 $ 48,640$ 17,854 $ 427,500 $ 7,4251$ 554,399


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931.

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal Value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Main Value Miles Value Supplies Stock
Track Per Track Side Per Track
Miles Mile Value Track Mile Value
SEABOARD ALL FLORIDA RY.
BROWARD COUNTY-
West Palm Beach-Homestead.. 24.83 $ 6,750 $ 167,603 6.82 $ 3,000 $ 20,460 $ 1,844 ............ 37,4361$ 227,343
CHARLOTTE COUNTY-
Hull Jet. to Estero River
North of Ft. Myers ................ 18.50 $ 4,000 $ 74,000 1.64 $ 1,334 $ 2,1881$ 1,173 ................. 23,822 $ 101,183
DADE COUNTY-
West Palm Beach-Homestead ..
North of Miami ...................... 14.65 $ 6,750 $ 98,888 .46 3,000 $ 1,380.............. ......... ..............
South of Miami ...................... 30.02 3,800 114,076 22.43 1,267 28,419 ....................... ........ ..
.........35 1,267 443 ....... .............. .......................
Hialeah Jet. to Miami Station.. 4.09 6,750 27,608 7.481 3,000 22,440 .......... ............................. ...........
Total County ............................I 48.76 ............1$ 240,5721 30 72 ............ 1 52,682|$ 4,6301$ 241,0291$ 94,0111$ 632,924
DESOTO COUNTY-
Hull Jet. to Estero River
North of Ft. Myers .................. 5.20 $ 4,000 20,800 1.04$ 1,334$ 1,387$ 363 .............$ 7,381$ 29,931

Side Track .................. .88 $ 750 $ 660 .................... .................... ............ ....... .
LaBelle Branch ............................ 9.99 $ 2,250 $ 22,478 1.021$ 7501$ 7651$ 693 .................... $ 14,0641$ 38,660










LEE COUNTY-
Hull Jet. to Estero River
North of Ft. Myers ...............
South of Ft. Myers ................
Punta Rassa Branch ..................
LaBelle Branch .......................


10.53
13.49
8.61
19.79


$ 4,000
2,250
2,250
2,250


42,120
30,353
19,373
44,528


7.40$ 1,334
.49 750
.60 750
2.48 750


PALM BEACH COUNTY-
West Palm Beach-Homestead.. 23.01 $ 6,750$ 155,318 5.64$ 3,0005 16,920 $ 1,669.................... 33,888$ 207,795
Total County ............................ 52.421............1$ 136,3741 10.971 ............1$ 12,550$1 3,6931$ 35,0001$ 74,9791$ 262,596
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
DUVAL COUNTY-
Jacksonville-State Line
Passenger Cars and Locomo-
tives ................................. 14.50 .. $ 1,207.15 Pro-rata rolling stock in Florida $ 17,504$ 17,504
Freight Cars and Locomotives 19.02 ............ 635.8747 Pro-rata rolling stock in Florida 12,094 12,094
Total County ............................ Pro-rata value rolling stock operated in Florida |$ 29,5981$ 29,598
NASSAU COUNTY-
State Line to Jacksonville:
Passenger Cars and Loco-
motives .........--.......--.....--- 23.55 @ $1207.15 Pro-rata value rolling stock in Florida $ 28,428
Freight Cars & Locomotives 23.55 @ 635.8747 Pro-rata value rolling stock in Florida 14,974
Total County .......................... ---I 1$ 43,4021$ 43,402
SOUTH GA. RAILWAY CO.
MADISON COUNTY-
Georgia State Line to Perry..... 22.40 $ 2,000 $ 44,800 1.25 $ 8001$ 1,000 .................. $ 625 $ 2,673 $ 49,098
TAYLOR COUNTY-
State line to Hampton Springs
North of Perry ...............- 15.80 $ 2,000 $ 31,600 1.25$ 800$ 1,000........................
Abandoned track W est of Perry 4.18 400 1,672 ... ... .. ..... ........... .................... .............
Total County ............................ 19.981 ............1$ 33,2721 1.251 ............]$ 1,000.................. 1,8251$ 1,927]$ 38,024


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILRO AD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR, 1931-(Continued).

TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY
Value Value Pro-Rata
COUNTIES MAIN AND BRANCH Appurte- Terminal value Total
TRACK SIDE TRACK nant Facilities Rolling Valuation
Miles VValue iles Value Supplies Stock
Main Per Track Side Per Track
Track Mile Value Track Mile Value
JAX. G. & GULF RY. CO.
ALACHUA COUNTY- I
Gainesville to Emaltha .......... 21.021$ 1,500 $ 31,530 4.611$ 5001$ 2,305............$ 12,000 $ 3,077 $ 48,912
MARION COUNTY- I I I
Gainesville to Emaltha ........ 16.02$ 1,500$ 24,030 2.331$ 500 $ 1,165-....... .......... ------- $ 2,203 $ 27,398
TAMPA NORTHERN R. R. CO. 1
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Not leased
Hookers Point Jet. to Hookers
Point .......................................... 2.72 5,750$ 15,640 2.651$ 1,9161$ 5,077 None $ 120,925 None 1$ 141,642
HERNANDO COUNTY--
Leased
Tampa to Brooksville ................ 10.59 $ 5,750 $ 60,893 6.65 $ 1,916I$ 12,741 $ 1,004 .................... $ 20,392 $ 95,030
PASCO COUNTY- I-
Leased
Tampa to Brooksville ........ 20 34 $ 5,750 $ 116,955 2.541$ 1,9161$ 4,867 $ 1,333 ............ $ 27,063 $ 150,218
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-- i i | ---
Leased
Tampa to Brooksville ................ 15.80 $ 5,750 $ 90,850 11.341$ 1,9161$ 21,7271$ 1,581 ..... .... $ 32,1021$ 146,260









TAVARES & GULF R. R. CO.
LAKE COUNTY-
Tavares to Ocoee .....................
Wa.itei Jet. to Clermont ............


21.02 $ 2,250
5.95 2,250


47,295
13.388


1.15 $ 750j$
.37 7501


863 ........................................
278 .................................... .
278..........-... ..-....-..


Total County ........................... 26.971 ............$ 60,6831 1.52 ............ $ 1,141.................... ....................|$ 4,948$ 66,772
ORANGE COUNTY-
Tavares to Ocoee ...................... 7.35 $ 2,250 $ 16,538 3.351$ 750 $ 2,513 ................. ....... $ 1,858 $ 20,909
Tavares to Ocoee ....................7...............

TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Main Track in Tampa .............. 26.73 $ 7,000 187,110 8.11 $ 3,000 $ 24,330 ................... ................................ .............
Track in West Tampa ............. 5.72 5,000 28,600 .14 3,000 420.................... ....... ............ .......... ......
Track Port Tampa ...................... 1.09 5,000 5,450 ........ ..................... ........... ....................
Remainder of Track in County 13.46 5,000 67,300 .66 3,000 1,980.................. ........................... ........
Total County ............................ 47.001 ............ $ 288,4601 8.91 ............ $ 26,7301$ 20,0001$ 17,50015 48,0451$ 400,735
TAMPA & GULF COAST RY. CO
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Gulf Coast Jet. to St. Peters-
burg ................................... 12.74 $ 4,500 $ 57,330 2.37 $ 1,500 3,555 ................... .................. ............ ....................
Tarpon Springs Jet. to Tarpon
Springs ............... .... ...... 13.08 2,250 29,430 .68 750 510.........................................................
Total County ............................ 25.82 ............ $ 86,7601 3.05 ............ $ 4,065$ 1,6821.................... $ 34,1481 126,655
PASCO COUNTY- |
Tarpon Springs Jet. to Tarpon
Springs .................................. 1.46 $ 2,250 $ 3,285 .40$ 750 $ 300 ..... ..................
Lake Villa to Port Richie ........ 5.87 1,000 5,870 .62 333J 206................. .................
Total County ............................ 7.33 ............1$ 9,1551 1.021 ............1$ 506$ 486.................... 9,877$ 20,024
PINELLAS COUNTY-
Gulf Coast Jet. to St. Peters-
burg ...... ...................... ........ 34.72 $ 4,500 $ 156,240 25.10 $ 1,500$ 37,650 ..................................... ...........
Tarpon Springs Jet. to Tarpon
Springs ...................... .... 7.01 2,250 15,773 .65 750 488


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH OF MAIN LINE TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACK AND THE ROLL-
ING STOCK, TERMINAL PROPERTY, AND APPURTENANT SUPPLIES OF EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN
BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF EACH RAILROAD, AND THE VALUATIONS ASSESSED THEREON BY THE
STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR THE YEAR 1931-(Continued).


COUNTIES


TRACK MILEAGE AND VALUATION, INCLUD-
ING ROADBED AND RIGHT OF WAY


MAIN AND BRANCH
TRACK
Miles Value
Main Per Track
Track Mile Value


SIDE TRACK
Miles Value
Side Per Track
ITrack Mile Value


Value
Appurte-
nant
Supplies


Value
Terminal
Facilities


Pro-Rata
Value
Rolling
Stock


Total
Valuation


Tampa & G. C. Ry. Co.-(Cont'd) I
Lake Villa to Pt. Ritchie ........ 1.26 1,000 1,260 .........................................
Indian Beach Branch ................ 2.13 2,250 4,793 .051 750 38 ...................................................... .
Total County ............................ 45.12 ............ $ 178,0661 25.801 -.........1$ 38,1761$ 4,131$ 59,5001$ 83,8861$ 363,759
TAMPA UNION STATION
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Lead and shed tracks in Union
Station ..................................... 1.50 $ 9,000 $ 13,500 ...... ...... .............. ............... ....... $ 78,650 .................... $ 92,150
TAMPA SOUTHERNER. R. CO.
DESOTO COUNTY-
Sarasota to South Fort .............. 7.49 $ 3,000 $ 22,470 2.90 $ 1,000 $ 2.900 $ 745 ....................$ 14,376 $ 40,491
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY-
Uceta to Sarasota ... 26.40 $ 7,500 $ 198,000 7.07 $ 3,000 $ 21,210 $ 2,402 .......... $.... $ 46,311 $ 267,923
MANATEE COUNTY-- I
Uceta-Sarasota .................. 19.57 $ 7,500 $ 146,775 7.56 $ 3,000$ 22,680 ...... ................... ................
South Fort .Branch .................... 8.02 3,000 24,060 4 .... ... 5 0.. ...-- -....... --..--.-
Ellenton Belt Spur .................... 16.63 3,000 49,890 3.52 1,000 3,520 ......... ....... ..... .
Total County .......................... 44.22 ............1|$ 220,725| 11.081 ............ $ 26,2001$ 3,968|....................|$ 76,5171$ 327,410












SARASOTA COUNTY-
Uceta-Sarasota .....................
South Fort Branch ....................
Municipal Spur ......................
East Sarasota Spur ....................
Ringling Spur ..........................
Right of Way not graded in
Sec 91-.2.27 T'fwn 3-fPRe 18


3.85
24.79
1.34
.34
1.08

2.211


$ 7,500 $ 28,875
3,000 74,370
2,500 3,350
2,500 850
2,500 2,700

1.000


$ 3,0001
1,000o

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$ 15,690 .............. ................
5,340 ...............................





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Total County ....------------------- 31.401 ........... |$ 111,145 10.571 ........... 1 21,0301$ 3,0111. ..... .$ 58,0731$ 193,259


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STATEMENT SHOWING THE POLE MILEAGE, NUMBER OF WIRES, FEET OF CABLE WIRE, AND ASSESSED VALUE
OF EACH TELEGRAPH COMPANY IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF SUCH
COMPANY, AND THE VALUATION ASSESSED THEREON BY THE STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR 1931.
-(Continued.)
TELEGRAPH LINES
WIRES CABLE WIRES
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COUNTIES | ,2 0 I

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$4a aCC 4 cd W EC


A. C. L. TELEGRAPH CO.
Alachua County-
Pole line 1 wire ................... 52.38 .................
Extra w ire ...................................... ...............I 152.12
Citrus County-
Pole line 1 wire .............................. 52.45 ..................
Extra wire -..--........---............ ................ 27.88
Columbia County-
Pole line 1 wire ............................... 31.39 ..................
Extra w ire ................................ ..... ......... 22.30
Hernando County-
Pole line 1 wire -.............--....I-- ... 14.22 ..................
Extra wire ..................................... .............. 28.44
Hillsborough County-
Pole line 1 wire ............................ 35.55 ..................
Extra wire .................................... ................ 71.10
Jefferson County-
Pole line 1 wire .........................I 11.751 ...............
Levy County- 1.37
Pole line 1 wire ............................ 19.37 ..................
Extra wire ................................... ...... ..... ........ .- 38.74


5,2381 ......... ...........................
3,0421 -........ ......- ...

5,2451 ........ ........- ..
5581 ................ ..... ... .....

3,139 1 ................ ......................
4471 ......................

1,4221.............. ..............
569 ........... .......

3,555 ..... ...........
1,422 ...... ........

1,175 ............... ...... .......

1,937 ........... ....
775 .............. ...........-


. ..... $ 8,280


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1................ 4,977

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Marion County-
Pole line 1 wire ................ ......... 33.70
Extra wire ...........................-- ........
Orange County-
Pole line 1 wire ................. ........ 21.92
Extra w ire ....................... .......... ....... .........
Osceola County-
Pole line 1 wire ...................... 14.10
Extra wire .................................---- .......
Pasco County-
Pole line 1 wire ......................... 19.30
Extra wire .......... ...................... ......
Polk County-
Pole line 1 wire .................- 95.86
Extra wire ................ --....... ...... ... ....
Seminole County-
Pole line 1 wire .............................. 31.46
Extra wire ................... ............. .........
Suwannee County-
Pole line 1 wire ......................... 32.48
Extra wir ......- ...........


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67.40







14.10

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38.60

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64.81



14.15



32.48


3,370
1,348

2,192
438

1,410
282

1,930
772

9,586
1,296,

3,1461
283

3,248
650


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ST. JOSEPH TEL. & TEL. CO.
Franklin County- ,
Pole line 1 wire ............. ............... 31.48 ........... 100 3,148 ................ ............ ........ ......... 3,148
Gadsden County--
Pole line 1 wire ............................. 19.48 .................. 100 1,948 ................ .................................... 1,948
Gulf County-
Pole line 1 wire ......... ........... 10.85 .................. 100 1,085 ............................. ............... ........... 1,085
Liberty County- 6 .
Pole line 1 w ire ............................. 36.36 ................. 100 3,636 ................ .. .........- ........... ............. 3,63
POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE CO.
Alachua County-
Pole line ......... ................. ..... 26.00 ............. 100 2,600 .....
Extra wire ........................................ ................ 105.00 20 100 ........... 133 ............133 83


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4,718



2,630



1,692



2,702



10,882



3,429



3,898










STATEMENT SHOWING THE POLE MILEAGE, NUMBER OF WIRES, FEET OF CABLE WIRE, AND ASSESSED VALUE
OF EACH TELEGRAPH COMPANY IN THE STATE, AS SHOWN BY THE SWORN OFFICIAL RETURNS OF SUCH
COMPANY, AND THE VALUATION ASSESSED THEREON BY THE STATE RAILROAD ASSESSMENT BOARD FOR 1931.
-(Continued.)


WI]


COUNTIES

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Postal Tel-Cable Co.-(Cont'd)
Baker County-
Pole line ............................... ......... 15.00 ................
Extra wire ........................ ................ 60.00
Bradford County-
Leased poles ...................... ....... ......... 19.56
Extra wire ............................ ..... ............... 3.94
Plant and office equipment-. --........... ......... ......
Brevard County-
Pole line ................... .............. 72.00 ..................
Extra wire .................... ..... ........ 3 .00
Broward County-
Pole line .......................................... 2 .00 ..................
Extra wire ........................................ ................ 104.00
Charlotte County-
Pole line .................................... 21.79 ................
Extra wire .................................... ................ 41.29
Clay County-
Pole line leased ................ ......... ...... ..........................
M iles w ire ....................................................... 7.50


TELEGRAPH LINES
RES CABLE WIRES


0 0 0 0
0 0 z:
d ca P4 a e as
0 0 o
>d a)^ c cu e1 o cd


100
20

20
20


100
20

100
20

100
20


1,500 ................
1,200 ................


2,700


3911......... ........... ..... ........ ..........
79 ................ ....................... ........................... ......................
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2,600J -
2,000 ................ I ......................
2,080 --- ---- ................

2,179 ............... ......................
826 ...................................


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279 14,679


370 5,050


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7,200 .............. ....................
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Dade County-
Pole line ......................................... 20.50 ..................
Extra wire ......................................... ..... 73.50
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DeSoto County-
Pole line ...................................... 27.21 ..................
Extra wire ...................................... .............. 37.79
Duval County-
Pole line jointly owned ................ 17.50 ............
Pole line exclusively owned ......... 14.50 ..................
Extra wire ...................................... ..... 526.50

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Plant equipment and furniture I
and fixtures .................................... ...............
Escambia County-
Pole line ..................................... 23.50 .................
Excess wire .....................................-............ 20.50
Flagler County-
Pole line .......................................... 30.00 .................
Excess wire .................................... ................ 210.00
Hardee County-
Pole line ............................ ....... 21.63 ..................
Excess wire .............. ....................................... 56.00
Hernando County-
Pole line .......................................... 7.50 .................
Excess wire .............................................. 7.50
Hillsborough County-
Pole line jointly owned ............. 26.00 ............
Pole line exclusively owned ......... 19.00 ............
Excess wire ................................ ............... 265.00


100
20


100
20

50
100
20


I
2,050 ............... .. ..
1,4701 58,925 Cable
............ 26,400 Conduit

2,721 ................ ....................
756 ................

875 ................
1,450 ................
10,530 ................
........... 6,471 Cable
.......... 10,330 Conduit

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2,350 ............... ......................
410 ................ ..................

3,000 ................ ......................
4,200 ................ ............. ......


.08 4,714
.54 14,2561






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.08 518
.54 5,578


2,163 .... ............ .........
1,120 ................ .................... ...............

750 ............ ..........
150 ......... ........... .............

1,300 .......... ...... ............ .... .......................
1,900 ................ ............ .. ..... .....
5,300 3,519 Cable .08 282


9,604 32,094


532 4,0---09
532 4,009


21,504


2,325
* 10,530

6,096

21,594


................ 480 3,240


.. .... 7,200


82 3,365


Plant
28,540
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900

28,540
3,200
5,582


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