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BIENNIAL REPORT 



JOHN A. HOLIWB2RG 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



JOHN A. HOLMBERG 

AUDITOR OF STATE 



COLORADO 



FROM DECEMBER 1, 1902, TO NOVEMBER 30, 1904 
INCLUSIVE 




DENVER, COLORADO 

THE SAMTH-BROOKS PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 

1904 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



COLORADO. 



Denver. Colorado. December 15, 1904. 

To His Excellency. 

JAMES H. PEABODY. 

Governor of Colorado. 

Sir — I respectfully submit herewith my report as Auditor of 
State for the fiscal years of 1903 and 1004/ 

At the time of assuming the duties as Auditor of State I 
found the Auditor's and Insurance departments in excellent con- 
dition, but not so with the Flat Tax Department I found that 
the books did not correspond with the Auditor's report, and upon 
examination I found that the cash turned in to the State Treas- 
urer did not correspond with the books. 

At my request you appointed L. B. Schwanbeek, Expert Ac- 
countant, to examine the accounts of the Flat Tax Department 
in the State Auditor's office, and after a careful examination he 
reported the Flat Tax cash short $ 10,087.30. Of this amount the 
former Auditor gave the State Treasurer a check for $6,993.40, 
leaving a shortage of $3,093.90, which has not up to this time been 
turned over to the Treasurer. Besides this amount there was col- 
lected $34,895.16, which was paid under protest and which has 
never been paid over to the Treasurer, nor any accounting having 
been made to the State. 

As the appropriations made by the Fourteenth General As- 
sembly was in excess of the estimated revenue, all of the appro- 
priations could not be paid. 

After consulting with the Attorney-General, also with the 
Beads of the various institutions of the State, and explaining The 



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condition of the revenue of the State, they realized that the con- 
dition of the State's finances were such that they would have to 
cut their expenses down to the lowest notch, which I am pleased 
to report all heads of the departments did, and very near all the 
departments have a little surplus to turn back into the General 
Revenue. 

The World's Fair Board had an appropriation of $100,000.00; 
of this amount thev have used $68,848.08, leaving a balance of 
$31,151.97. 

The Fourteenth General Assembly passed a bill providing 
that the surplus of 1901 and 1902 be made a fund to pay all de- 
ficiencies of former administrations. From this fund I have 
issued warrants which have been paid to the amount of $158,- 
929.48. There still remains $53,993.62 of this class of claims not 
paid, which, with interest approximately due of $13,500.00, would 
make a total of this class of claims $67*493.62 on file in the State 
Auditor's office. 

The Fourteenth General Assembly gave this administration 
an Incidental fund of not more than about one- fourth of what 
the former administration had for the same purpose, but through 
the economical administration of the heads of the various depart- 
ments we managed to pay all the incidentals and expenses of the 
various departments, and have a surplus to turn into the General 
Revenue of $7,841.60. 

One of the disagreeable things that came up in this office 
was the injunction served upon this office, stopping the issuing of 
warrants on the General Appropriation bill, and the sustaining of 
same to the District Court and the extra session of the Legisla- 
ture, which necessitated a great deal of additional work in the 
Auditor's office. One other thing was that the Auditor's estimate 
of revenues for the years 1903 and 1904 was largely in excess of 
what the amount should have been, consequently had to turn 
down a great many appropriations; in fact, refuse to draw war- 
rants on the Third and Fourth-Class appropriations, but I believe 
at this time that with the amounts turned back into the General 
Revenue from the various appropriations that have been paid, 
there will be some moneys to pay on Third-Class appropriations. 

Finding that the revenues of the State would be far below 
the estimate of the Legislature, the Board of Equalization decided 
to have some of its members visit every county in the State, plac- 
ing before them the necessity of a large valuation of the State to 
provide for the various institutions. For this purpose James 
Cowie, Secretary of State; R. R, Leese, secretary of the Board of 
Equalization, and myself, visited nearly all of the counties in the 
State, and as a resuit we had an increase in the valuation, which 
in 1903 was $333,000,000, to $342,000,000 in 1904. 

I beg to call your attention to the excellent record of the 
Insurance Department. In 1901 and 1902 the receipts for that 
department were $259,315.96; in 1903 and 1904 the receipts were 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 

$318,219.43, showing an increase in 1903 and 1904 over 1901 and 
1902 of 158,989.34. 

The receipts of the Flat Tax Department in 1901 and 1902, 
as shown by the Treasurer's books, and turned over to the Treas- 
urer, were $58,013.82, and the amount turned over to the Treas- 
urer after November 30, 1903, was $12,328.27, making a total of 
$70,342.09. The receipts for 1903 and 1904 and turned over to the 
Treasurer were $76,590.53. Paid under protest and in the West- 
ern Bank is $11,016.77, making a total of $87,607.30. By the ad 
vice of the Attorney-General, the amount under protest has not 
been turned in to the Treasurer, and is in the Western Bank, 
ready to be turned over at any time when the Flat Tax case is 
decided in the Supreme Court. 



FLOATING DEBT OF THE STATE. 

November 30, 1902 $2,442,170.81 

November 30. 1904 3,090,565.82 

Increase $648,395.01 

Increase is accounted for on account of issue of $739,000.00 
certificates of indebtedness and additional interest on $800,000.00 
outstanding warrants of the years 1887, 1888 and 1889. 

1 have registered 784 Refunding Bonds at 10 cents each, mak- 
ing $78.40, and paid the same to the State Treasurer. . 

I would recommend that an appropriation be made to pay 
the Assessor's mileage and per diem. The statute provides for an 
annual meeting to be held in August of each year, and also pro- 
vides for paying mileage and per diem, but the Thirteenth Gen 
eral Assembly failed to make an appropriation for same. I would 
also recommend that an appropriation be made for paying the 
committee which is appointed to examine the books of the State 
Treasurer, as provided for by the statute. 

I think that there should be a Traveling Auditor or a Com- 
missioner appointed to examine public accounts ; at any rate, the 
Auditor's accounts should be checked as often as the Treasurer's. 
I also recommend that a bill be passed by the Legislature to make 
it monitory for all employes of the State Auditor's office and the 
State Treasurer's office to be bonded in some reliable bonding 
company, the same to be paid for by the State. I further recom- 
mend that where the statute provides for salaries and expenses for 
a department of State that the Legislature should follow the same 
in making appropriations or change the statute, as it makes it 
very disagreeable in the Auditor's office when they make demand 
that their salary should be as the statute provides. 

The Attorney-General, during this administration, held that 



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the appropriations provided for by the statute would have prece- 
dent over the appropriation bill. 

For the reason of the increase of the amount of business in 
the State Auditor's office, I would recommend that an assistant 
bookkeeper be provided for. 

Two years ago there was a request made of the Legislature 
that they provide for a new set of filing boxes in the vault of 
the State Auditor, but they at that time saw fit to turn the request 
down, which I have regretted very much since. If there is a 
department in the State that needs a new set of filing boxes it is 
the Auditor's, as the facilities we have at the present time for 
filing vouchers and other documents are very primitive, and we 
are very much crowded for room. I trust that the Legislature 
will take this matter up and see that there will be a new set of 
filing boxes for the vault of the State Auditor. I would also rec- 
ommend that when an appropriation is made by the Legislature 
for the maintenance of a department of state the cash fund of 
such department be turned into the General Revenue. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN A. HOLMBERG, 

Auditor of State. 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING 



Estimated Floating Debt of State, November 30, 1904. 
Estimated Expenditures for the Fiscal Years 1905 and 1906. 
Estimated General Fund Income for the Fiscal Years 1905 and 1906. 



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STATEMENT 

SHOWING ESTIMATED FLOATING DEBT OF STATE NOVEMBER 30. 19)1. 

LIABILITIES. 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1887 and prior... $ 130,770.71 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1888 277.555.65 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1889 418.227.54 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1891 215.20 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants. 1S92 0.153.40 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1893 5.933.53 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants. 1894 32,649.50 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1895 123.91 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1896 192.54 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1897 2,987.72 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1898 1.862.06 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1899 862.99 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1900 210.04 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1901 21.60 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1902 90.10 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1913 12,928.17 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1904 621,186.70 

Outstanding interest bearing Capitol building warrants. 476,606.73 

Outstanding interest bearing certificates of indebtedness 761,514.33 

Outstanding cash warrants 15,311.50 

Estimated interest due on outstanding warrants 970,000.00 

Estimated interest due on certificates of indebtedness... 39,000.00 

Gross floating debt $3,774,409.92 

Bonded indebtedness. Capitol building 600,000.00 

Bonded indebtedness, casual deficiency 100.000.00 

Bonded indebtedness, Cripple Creek insurrection 70,500.00 

Bonded indebtedness, Leadville riots 223.000.00 

Estimated interest due on bonds 18,500.00 



Gross floating and bonded debt of State $4,786,409.92 

Less assets due the State 1.694.844.10 



Total debt of State $3,091, 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ESTIMATED FLOATING DEBT OF STATE NOVEMBER 30. 1904. 

ASSETS. 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1887 

and prior.. $ 136.82 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 188S. . 659.99 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1889.. 1.192.77 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1890. . 229.92 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1891.. 55.03 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1892.. 462.92 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1893.. 115.22 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1894.. 512:50 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1895.. 128.46 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1896. . 1,857.19 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1897.. 305.41 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1898.. 4,865.26 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1899.. 4,614.80 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1900.. 1,390.73 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1901.. 4.177.65 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1902.. 7.320.53 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1903.. 22,088.25 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1904.. 81,686.54 

Cash in Treasury, Capitol building 30.538.23 

Cash in Treasury, Ute war debt 206.75 

Cash in Treasury, cash warrants 15,311.50 

Cash in Treasury, Capitol building bond 

sinking 443,761.00 

Total cash in Treasury for above 
funds $ 621.617.47 



Uncollected Revenue as Follows. 

General revenue, 1902 and prior tax... 

General revenue, 1903 

General revenue, 1904 

Capitol building tax 

Ute war debt tax 

Capitol building bond sinking 

Total gross uncollected taxes 



$ 281,607.23 

69,937.30 

593,095.91 

297,000.34 

6,927.67 

152.313.77 

$1,400,882.22 



Deduct as Follows: 

80 per cent, uncollected tax. 1902 and 

prior '. $ 225,285.78 

10 per cent, uncollected tax, 1903 6.993.73 

5 per cent, uncollected tax, 1904 29, 654.80 

40 per sent, uncollected Capitol build- 
ing tax 118,800.14 

99 per cent, uncollected Ute war debt 

tax 6.858.39 

20 per cent, uncollected Capitol build- 
ing bond sinking tax 30,462.75 



418,055.59 



Total uncollected taxes due the 

State 

Warrants issued in 1889, and estimated 
interest (declared illegal: by Supreme 
Court) 

Total assets due the State 



982,826.63 

90,400.00 
?1. 694.844.10 



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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

Governor's salary $ 10,000.00 

Governor's private secretary 3,000.00 

Governor's stenographers 4,800.00 

Lieutenant Governor's salary 2,000.00 

Secretary of State, salary 6,000.00 

Deputy Secretary of State, salary 5,000.00 

Secretary of State, clerks fund 20,000.00 

License Tax Department 5,400.00 

Secretary of State, chief clerk 3,000.00 

Secretary of State, brand department 5,400.00 

Secretary of State, two stenographers 4.800.00 

Secretary of State, bookkeeper 2.400.00 

Secretary of State, index clerk 2.400.00 

Auditor of State, salary 0,000.00 

Deputy Auditor of State, salary 5,000.00 

Auditor of State, clerks fund 9,800.00 

State Treasurer's salary 12,000.00 

Deputy State Treasurer 5,000.00 

State Treasurer, clerks fund 20,400.00 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, salary 6,000.00 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, clerks fund 5.000.00 

Commissioner of Printing- ."..000.00 

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Assistant State Librarian 2,000.00 

Attorney General's salary 6,000 00 

Attorney General's assistants and stenographers 12.000.00 

Judges Supreme Court (7) TO. 000 00 

Reporter Supreme Court, salary 6,000.00 

Bailiffs Supreme Court (2) 4.800.00 

Clerk Supreme Court 7,000.00 

Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 4,000.00 

Second Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 4.000.00 

Supreme Court Clerk's stenographer 2.000.00 

Stenographers Supreme Court (7) 14,000.00 

Judges District Court (21) 168,000.00 

District Attorneys (13) 20,800.00 

State Engineer's salary 6,000.00 

Deputy State Engineer's salary 4,000.00 

Carried forward $ 479,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1905 AND 1906— Continued. 

Brought forward I 479,000.00 

State Engineer, two professional assistants 10.000.00 

State Engineer, chief clerk 3,000.00 

State Engineer, clerks" fund 18,000.00 

State Engineer, field expenses 30,000.00 

State Engineer, river service 10,000.00 

Stale Engineer, division engineers 20,000.00 

State Inspector of Coal Mines (2), salaries 7,000.00 

State Inspector of Coal Mines, deputies (2) 6,000.00 

State Inspector of Coal Mines, clerk's salary _ 100.00 

State Inspector of Coal Mines, traveling expenses 4,000.00 

Veterinary Surgeon's salary 3,000.00 

Veterinary Sanitary Board, expense 1,500.00 

Board of Arbitration (2) members 2.400.00 

Board of Arbitration, secretary's salary >).00 

Board of Arbitration, traveling expense 500.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, register 4,000.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, deputy register . . 3,600.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, timber warden... 3,000.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, appraisers (3) 9,000.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, attorney 3.000.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, expense 9,600.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, clerks' fund 19,800.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, superintendent 

mineral department 4,000.00 

State Board of Land Commissioners, mineral depart- 
ment expense " 2,400.00 

Deputy Labor Commissioner 3,600.00 

Boiler Inspector, salary 5,000.00 

Deputy Boiler Inspector's salary :]. "00.00 

nth General Assembly — 

Per diem of Senators and Members 63,000.00 

Mileage of Senators and Members 5,000.00 

Per diem of Senate and House employes 38,000.00 

Contingent and incidental expenses Fifteenth Gen- 
eral Assembly 15,000.00 

Legislative printing 30,000.00 

State Board of Charities and Corrections, secretary's 

salary 3,000.00 

Carried forward 






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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1905 AND 1906— Continued. 

Brought forward $ 823,400.00 

State Board of Charities and Corrections, steno- 
grapher 2,000.00 

State Board of Charities and Corrections, clerk 2,000.00 

State Board of Charities and Corrections, incidental 

expenses ] .500.00 

Bureau of Protection, members (3), salaries 100.00 

Board of Health, secretary's salary 3,GO0.0O 

Board of Health, clerks' fund 6,000.00 

Board of Health, sanitary inspector 2,400.00 

Board of Health, me'dical inspector 2.400.00 

Board of Health, bacteriologist 2,400.00 

Board of Health, traveling expenses 1. "00.00 

Board of Health, establishing laboratory 2.500.00 

Board of Health, maintenance of laboratory 1.500.00 

Board of Law Examiners, salary and expenses 1,800.00 

Dairy Commissioner and deputy and expense 5,400.00 

Board of Equalization, secretary's salary 3,000.00 

Board of Equalization, clerical assistance 3,000.00 

Game and Fish Wardens and Commissioner, salaries . 14,400.00 

Game and Fish Warden, clerk 2,400.00 

Fish Hatcheries, superintendent and deputies, salaries 12,000.00 

Fish Hatcheries, maintenance 17,998.20 

Fish and Game Commissioner and deputies and super- 
intendents, expense 4.400.00 

Fish and Game (5) additional helpers 6,000.00 

Horticultural Bureau, secretary and expense 5,000.00 

Historical and Natural History Society, curator and 

expense 4,900.00 

Bureau of Mines Commissioner, salary 5,000.00 

Bureau of Mines, inspectors (3) 9,000.00 

Bureau of Mines, chief clerk 3,000.00 

Bureau of Mines, stenographer 2,000.00 

Bureau of Mines, office and traveling expenses 12,886.00 

Governor's contingent fund 5,000.00 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, expense 1,000.00 

Maintenance of State Library 1,000.00 

Boiler Inspector and deputy, expense 2,000.00 

Assessors' expense 8,000.00 

Dependent Children's Home 40,000.00 

Carried forward 



$1,026,364.20 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 13 



ESTIMATED EXPENDITUKES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1905 AND 1906— Concluded. 

Brought forward $1,026,364.20 

Incidental and contingent expenses of departments. 

estimated 90,000.00 

Ensane Asylum, maintenance 100,000.00 

Industrial School, boys 90,000.00 

Industrial School, girls 10,000.00 

Penitentiary, maintenance 200,000.00 

Reformatory, maintenance 75,000.00 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 35, 000. (T 

Interest on casual deficiency bonds 8,000.00 

Interest on warrants, 1905 and 1906; estimated.... 36,000.00 

Total $1,670,364.20 



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ESTIMATED GENERAL REVENUE FUND INCOME 

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1905-1906. 

Assessment of 1905, estimated $335,000,000.00 

Assessment of 1906, estimated 335,000,000.00 

Total $670,000,00(1. uh 

Tax of 111-15 mills on one dollar 1,161,300.00 

Less 5 per cent, uncollectible 58,065.00 

Total tax collectible $1,103,235.00 

Fees Secretary of State, two years, estimated $330,000.00 

Insurance Department. two years. esti- 
mated 287,000.00 

Fees State Treasurer, two years, estimated.. 119,000.00 

Interest on deposits, estimated 35,000.00 

Receipts from all other sources, estimated 30,000.00 

Total revenue other than tax, estimated. $ 801,000.00 

Total estimated income $1,904,235.00 



EXHIBITS 

Showing Transactions for Two Years Ending November 30, 1904 



TRANSCRIPT OF GENERAL LEDGER 
ACCOUNTS. 



GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS. 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE INVESTMENT FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 66,742.81 

To warrants purchased for investment 290,775.43 

By warrants redeemed $ 271,708.75 

By balance 85,809.49 

$ 357,518.24 $ 357,518.24 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INVESTMENT FUND 
1902. 
Dee. 1 To balance $ 40,965.42 

To warrants purchased for investment 19,679.76 

By warrants redeemed $ 32,019.28 

By balance 28,625.90 

$ 60,645.18 $ 60.645.1S 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INCOME INVESTMENT FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 33,097.46 

To warrants purchased for investment S1.23S.56 

By warrants redeemed $ SO. 464. 72 

By balance 33,871.30 

$ 114,336.02 $ 114,336.02 

PUBLIC SCHOOL INVESTMENT FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $1,158,760.7E 

To warrants purchased for investment 1.440,645.31 

By warrants redeemed $1,278,370.45 

By balance 1,321,035.61 

$2,599,406.06 $2,599,406.06 



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UNIVERSITY INVESTMENT FUND. 
1902. 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 37,500.59 

To warrants purchased for investment 51.847.48 

By warrants redeemed $ 41,134.36 

By balance 48,213.71 

$ 89,348.07 $ 89,348.07 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1890 AND PRIOR FUND. 

1902. 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 826,559.90 

By balance $ 826,559.90 

$ 826,559.90 $ S26.559.90 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1891 FUND. 
1902. 

Dec. 1 To balance % 215.20 

By balance $ 215.20 

$ 215.20 $ 215.20 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1892 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 6,153.40 

By balance $ 6,153.40 

$ 6,153.40 $ 6,153.40 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1893 AND 1894 FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 38,856.03 

By warrants redeemed $ 273.00 

By balance * 3S,583.03 

$ 38,856.03 $ 38,856.03 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1895 AND 1896 FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 985.15 

To appropriations $ 380.00 

By warrants redeemed $ 451.20 

By balance 913.95 

! >• 1,365.15 $ 1,365.15 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 19 



GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1897 AND 1898 FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 6,050.32 

To appropriations 241.93 

By warrants redeemed $ 1,246.67 

By balance 5,045.58 

$ 6.292.25 $ 6.292.25 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1S99 AND 1900 FUND. 
1902. 
Dee. 1 To balance $ 2,160.87 

To appropriations 4.941.00 

By warrants redeemed $ 5,735. SS 

By balance 1,365.99 

S 7,101.87 $ 7,101.87 



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GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1901 AND 1902 FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $751,615.96 

To appropriations 1,025.00 

By warrants redeemed $ 670,521. 90- 

By unexpended balances as follows: 

Bureau of Min es 540.9$ 

Board of Law Examiners 105.65 

Board of Health— Emergency 44.84 

Board of Health 53.52 

Board of Charities and Corrections 211.55 

Board of Pardons 36.85 

Board of Arbitration 350.40 

Dairy Commissioners 1S6.42 

Fish Hatcheries 151.07 

Fish and game 337.50 

Girls' Industrial School building 11.54 

Gunnison Normal .12 

General incidental 49,518.38 

Governor's contingent 1,424.17 

Horticultural Board 18.79 

Historical and Natural History Society .52 

Insane Asylum maintenance 4.59 

Insane Asylum fire escape 150.00 

Insane Asylum heating plant .05 

Insane Asylum repairs .19 

Insane Asylum levee 19.60 

Industrial School, girls ,62 

Industrial School, girls, purchase 1.00 

Inauguration expense 30.35 

Legislative 21.81 

Legislative expense 63.33 

Library Commissioners .35 

Mute and Blind maintenance 1,S34.92 

Normal School appropriation 3,295.89 

Officers' expense 1901 and 1902 362.42 

Officers' salary 1901 and 19u2 7,270.04 

Penitentiary appropriation 47.00 

Routt county hatchery 1.03 

State boundary line survey 128.70 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home .25 

School of Mines buifding 2,700.00 

University support 3,501.03 

By balance 9,394.21 

$ 752,640.96 $ 752,640.96 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 21 



GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1903 AND 1904 FUND. 

To appropriations $1,956,653.91 

By warrants redeemed $1,188,410.91 

By balance 768,243.00 

$1,956,653.91 $1,956,653.91 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance S 624,784.47 

To appropriations 84,570.75 

By warrants redeemed $ 221,687.02 

By unexpended balance 820.52 

By balance 4S6,847.6S 



$ 709,355.22 $ 709,355.22 



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STATE TREASURER OR CASH. 
1902; 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 749,927.55 

To received County Treasurers (taxes) $2,834,427.'.':; 

To received Land Board 565,853.73 

To received investment warrants redeemed 1,703,697.56 

To received investment warrants interest 43,873.23 

To received interest on deposits 42,354.46 

To received Secretary Agricultural College 25,060.95 

To received U. S. government 92,311.19 

To received Adjutant General 1,325.69 

To received Warden of Penitentiary 30,127.57 

To received Sec'y Board of Medical Examiners.. 606.07 

To received Clerk Supreme Court 3,110.00 

To received insurance department 318,305.30 

To received Boiler Inspector 10,405.00 

To received Secretary Girls' Industrial School — 26,605.76 

To received Superintendent Industrial School 10,397.40 

To received Auditor of State 84,274.19 

To received Treasurer of State 119,554.10 

To received Secretary of State 259,719.65 

To received Fish and Game Commissioner 26,724.6." 

To received State Engineer 2,840.70 

To received Superintendent of Public Instruction 4,805.93 

To received County Treasurer (inheritance tax).. 11,921.2 '> 

To received Supt. Schools, Denver county 31.00 

To received Supt. Dependent Children's Home — 224.24 

To received interest on delinquent taxes 23,855.72 

To received brand department 6,401.45 

To received Warden Reformatory 3,216.56 

To received Van E. Rouse, Ex-Treasurer 18,466.63 

To received miscellaneous 745.76 6,271,243.62 



$7,021,171.1; 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATE TREASURER OR CASH. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By disbursements: 

By cash warrants paid $1,820,700.13 

By capitol building warrants redeemed and 

interest 316,011. IS 

By 1893, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 

1903 and 1904, warrants redeemed and interest 1,897, 034. 3S 

By insurance department warrants paid 31,105.72 

By warrants purchased for investment 1.8S4,1S6.54 

By interest on capitol building- bonds paid 39,780.00 

By interest on casual deficiency bonds paid... S.000.00 

By interest on insurrection bonds paid 23,491.15 

By premiums on Assessor's bonds paid 2.716.97 $6,023,026.37 

By cash on hand in treasury 998,144.80 

$7,021,171.17 

UTE WAR DEBT FUND "SUSPENSE" FX T ND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 1,356.20 

By balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

OUTSTANDING UTE WAR DEBT WARRANTS FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 1.356.20 

By balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

UTE WAR DEBT FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,356.20 

To balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

ASSESSOR'S FUND. 

By statutory appropriation $ 7,847.43 

To warrants $ 7,847.43 



,847.43 $ 7,847.43 



24 BIENNIAL REPORT 

HIRAM P. BENNETT FUND. 

By general appropriation $ 4,995.3S 

To warrants $ 4,995.38 

$ 4,995.38 $ 4.995.3S 

BUREAU OF MINES FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 540.96 

By appropriation 25,333.34 

To transfer of balance $ 540.96 

To warrants 25,325.41 

To balance 7.93 

$ 25,874.30 $ 25,874.30 

BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 105.65 

By appropriation 1,900.00 

To transfer balance $ 105.6.1 

To warrants 1,149.05 

To balance 750.95 

$ 2,005.65 $ 2,005.65 

BOARD OF HEALTH EMERGENCY FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 44.S4 

By executive orders 3,500.00 

To transfer balance $ 14. SI 

To warrants 3,500.00 

$ 3,544.84 | 3.544.84 

BOARD OF HEALTH FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 53.52 

By appropriation 6,000.00 

To transfer of balance $ 53.52 

To warrants 6,000.00 

$ 6,053.52 $ 6,053.52 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 20 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS FUND. 

] By balance $ 211. in 

By appropriation 6,000.00 

To transfer balance $ 211.55 

To warrants 5,665.82 

T< i balance 334.17 

$ 6,211.55 $ 0.211.55 

BOARD OF PARDONS FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 36.S5 

By appropriation 16.6» ? . 

To transfer balance % 36.85 

To warrants 2.00 

To balance 14.66 

$ 53.51 $ 53.51 

BOARD OF ARBITRATION FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance 

By appropriation 4,483.33 

To transfer balanqe | 350.40 

To warrants 4,459.35 

To balance 23.98 

s 4.833.73 ? 4,833.73 

BUREAU OF PROTECTION FUND. 
1902. 
Dec. 1 By balance J 2,000.00 

By appropriation . .'. 6,000.00 

To warrants % 6,249.55 

To balance 1,750.45 

$ S.000.00 .$ 8,000.00 

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS NO. 2413 FUND. 

By appropriation $ 

To warrants ? 555.00 

$ 555.00 $ 

CHAS. S. COOPER RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation $ 900.00 

To warrants $ 900.00 

$ 900.00 $ 900.00 



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CAPITAL BUILDING APPROPRIATION. 

1902. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 37,094.48 

To warrants $ 27,980.63 

To balance 9,113.85 • 

$ 37,094.48 $ 37,094.48 

CAPITOL BUILDING FURNISHING FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3.126.64 

To warrants $ 3,041.56 

To balance 85.08 

$ 3,126.64 $ 3,126.64 

CAPITOL BUILDING MAINTENANCE FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 820.52 

By appropriation 77,000.00 

To transfer of balance $ 820.52 

To warrants 75,957.98 

To balance 1,042.02 

$ 77,820.52 $ 77.820.52 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME BUILDING FUND. 

By appropriation . , 5 60,000.00 

To warrants $ 60,000.00 

$ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 

DAIRY COMMISSIONER'S FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 186.42 

By appropriation ■ 5,400.00 

To transfer balance $ 186.42 

To warrants 5,342.33 

To balance 57.67 

$ 5,586.42 $ 5,586.42 

P. P. EGAN RELIEF. » 

By appropriation $ 241.93 

To warrant $ 241.93 

$ 241.93 $ 241.93 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 2< 



EXPOSITION FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 20,000.00 

By appropriation 68,S4S.03 

To warrants $ 88,848.03 

$ 88,848.03 $ 88,848.03 

ELECTION CONTESTS FUND. 

By appropriation $ 3,738.00 

To warrants $ 3,485.50 

To balance 252.50 

$ 3,738.00 $ 3.738.00 

EDWARD E. VON GOHREN RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation $ 2,000.00 

To warrant $ 2,000.00 

$ 2.000.00 $ 2,000.00 

FISH HATCHERIES FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 151.07 

By appropriation 9.000.00 

To transfer of balance $ 151.07 

To warrants 8,998.64 

To balance 1.36 

S 9.151.07 $ 9,151 07 

FISH AND GAME FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 337. ".0 

By appropriation 35,616.66 

To transfer balance $ 337.50 

To warrants 35,616.66 

$ 35,954.16 $ 35.954.16 

W. L. GILBERT RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation , $ 1,386.00 

To warrants $ 1,369.50 

To balance 16.50 

$ 1,386.00 $ 1,38 



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GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY BOARD FUND. 

By appropriation $ 657.60 

To warrants $ 657.60 

$ 657.60 $ 657.60 

GIRLS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL BUILDING 1901 AND 1902 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 11.54 

To balance $ 11.54 

$ 11.54 % 11.54 

GUNNISON NORMAL FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ .12 

To transfer balance $ .12 

$ .12 $ .12 

GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 49,518.38 

By appropriation 90,313.09 

By additional credit, account of amount paid for 
blanks by Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion 8,554.79 

To transfer balance $ 49,518.38 

To warrants 91,016.18 

To balance 7.851.70 

$ 148.386.2^ $ 148.386.26 

GOVERNOR'S CONTINGENT FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,424.17 

By appropriation 5,900.00 

To transfer balance $ 1,424.17 

To warrants 5,895.48 

To balance 4.52 

$ 7,324.17 $ 7,324.17 

HENRY L. ACKER RELIEF FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 684.70 

To warrants 67.20 

To balance 617.50 

$ 684.70 $ 684.70 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. . 29 

LOUIS BERGOXIA RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation $ 2,500.00 

To warrants $ 2,500.00 

? 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 

W. R. OWENS RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation $ 150.00 

To warrants $ 124.69 

To balance 25.31 

$ 150.00 $ 150.00 

HORTICULTURAL BOARD FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 18.79 

By appropriation 5,000.00 

To transfer balance $ 18.79 

To warrants 4,425.79 

To balance 574.21 

$ 5,018.79 $ 5,018.79 

HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ .52 

By appropriation 4,866.66 

To transfer balance $ .52 

To warrants 4.865.95 

To balance .71 

$ 4,S67.18 $ 4,867.18 

INDEXING AND COMPILING HOUSE AND SENATE JOURNALS FUND. 

By appropriation $ 2,500.00 

To warrants $ 2,150.00 

To balance 350.00 

$ 2.500.00 $ 2,500.00 

INSANE ASYLUM REPAIRS FUND. 

By appropriation ' $ 3,500.00 

To warrants $ 3,378.50 

To balance 121.50 

$ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 



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INSANE ASYLUM MAINTENANCE FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4.59 

By appropriation 135,000.00 

To transfer balance ". . . > 4.59 

To warrants 61,749.-82 

To balance 73,250.18 

s 135,004.59 $ 135,004.59 

INSANE ASYLUM REPAIRS FUND. 1901 AND 1902. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ .1J> 

To transfer balance $ .19 

$ .19 $ .19 

INSANE ASYLUM FIRE ESCAPE FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 150.00 

To transfer balance % 150.00 

s 150.00 $ 150.0(7 

INSURANCE ASYLUM HEATING PLANT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ .05 

To transfer balance % .05 

$ .05 

INSANE ASYLUM LEVEE FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 19.00 

.To transfer balance % 19.00 

T 

$ 19.00 $ 19.00 

INSANE ASYLUM BUILDING FUND. 

By appropriation $ 150,000.00 

To warrants $ 147^576.81 

To balance 2,423.19 

$ 150,000.00 $ 150,00 

INSANE ASYLUM ELECTRIC LIGHTING FUND. 

By appropriation $ 13,C .00 

To warrants $ 9,102.50 

To balance 3.S97.44 

$ 13,000.00 $ 13,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 31 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL DEFICIENCY FUND. 
1902 
Dee. 1 By balance I 306.07 

To warrants $ 2-." 

To balance 23.31 

306.07 S 306.07 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND. 

By appropriation $ 107,000.00 

By additional credit account forged vouchers 960.2S 

To warrants S 107,96 - 

$ 107,960.28 $ 107,960.28 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. GIRLS. FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ .62 

By appropriation 15. ~ 

To transfer balance .62 

T<:» warrants 15,000.00 

15,000.62 $ 15,000.62 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. GIRLS. PURCHASE FUND. 

1 By balance > 1.00 

To transfer balance % 1.00 

I 1.00 $ 1.-00 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. GIRLS, BUILDING FUND. 

By appropriation .? 15,000.00 

To warrants $ 14,282.94 

To balance 717.06 

$ 15,000.00 S 15,000.00 

INAUGURATION EXPENSE FUND. 

>ec. 1 By balance S 30.35 

By appropriation 

To transfer balance > 30.35 

To warrants . 

To balance 197.25 

J 530.35 i 



32 BIENNIAL REPORT 

EXAMINER'S FUND. 

By statutory appropriation $ ], 900.00 

To warrants $ 1,900.00 

$ 1.900.00 $ 1.900.00 

LEGISLATIVE FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 21.81 

By appropriation I02j 

To transfer balance $ 21.81 

To warrants 100,584.95 

To balance 1.415.05 

$ 102.021.81 $ 102,021.81 

LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 68.33 

To transfer balance $ 63.33 

$ G3.33 $ 63.33 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S CONTINGENT FUND. 

By appropriation $ 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 1.000.00 

$ 1.000.00 $ 1.000.00 

LEGISLATIVE PRINTING COMMITTEE FUND. 

By appropriation ■ % 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 6 10.00 

To balance 400.00 

$ 1.000.00 $ 1.000.QO 

L. S. JONES RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation r % 3.000.00 

To warrants % 2,854.36 

To balance 143. G4 

$ 3. r '0).00 $ 3.000.0-,) 

LIBRARY COMMISSIONERS' FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance % .35 

To transfer balance $ .35 

$ .35 I .35 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 33 

LEGISLATIVE EXTRA SESSION FUND. 

By appropriation $ 15.000.00 

To warrants $ 9.745.35 

To balance 54.65 

$ 15,000.00 % 15.000.00 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME FUND. 

By appropriation % 40.000.00 

To warrants $ 40,000.00 

$ 40.000.00 $ 40,000.00 

MUTE AND BLIND MAINTENANCE FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,834.92 

To transfer balance $ 1,834.92 

$ 1.834.92 $ 1.834.92 

KANSAS-COLORADO WATER CASE FUND 

By appropriation S 25.000.00 

To warrants % 21,563.81 

To balance 3.43G.19 

$ 25.000.00 $ 25.000.00 

NORMAL SCHOOL APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1902 

)ec. 1 By balance % 3,295.89 

To transfer balance $ 3.295.S9 

$ 3,295.89 S 3.295.89 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL PURCHASE FUND. 

By appropriation { 5.000.00 

To warrants $ 5.000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

MINERAL DEPARTMENT EXPENSE FUND. 

By appropriation 1,200.00 

To warrants $ 1,200.00 

$ 1.200.00 $ 1,200.00 



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OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1887 AND PRIOR FUND 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance ' $ 130,770.71 

To balance $ 130,776.71 

$ 130,776.71 $ 130,770.71 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1888 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance •. . . $ 277,555.05 

To balance $ 277,555.65 

$ 277,555.65 $ 277,555.65 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1889 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 418,227.54 

To balance $ 418,227.54 

$ 418,227.54 $ 418,227.54 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1891 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 315.20 

To warrants redeemed $ 100.00 

To balance 215.20 

$ 315.20 $ 315.20 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1892 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 0,153.40 

To balance $ 6,153.40 

$ 6.153.40 $ 6.153.40 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1893 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 6,206.53 

To warrants redeemed $ 273.00 

To balance 5,933.53 

$ 6,206.53 $ 6.200.r ; 3 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1894 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 33.705.25 

To warrants redeemed $ 1,055.75 

To balance 32.G49.50 

$ 33.7(5.25 $ 33,705.25 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 35 



OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1895 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 126.91 

By warrants issued 447.20 

To warrants redeemed $ 450.20 

To balance 123.91 

$ 574.11 $ 574.11 



OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1896 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 193.54 

To warrants redeemed $ 1.00 

To balance 192.54 

$ 193.54 $ 193.54 



OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1897 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3.707.95 

To warrants redeemed $ 720.23 

To balance 2,987.72 

$ 3,707.95 $ 3,707.95 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1898 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1. 803. 81 

By warrants issued 524.69 

To warrants redeemed $ 526.44 

To balance 1,862.06 

1 

$ 2,388.50 $ 2,388.50 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1899 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.483.03 

By warrants issued 555.00 

To warrants redeemed $ 1,175.04 

To balance 862.99 

$ 2,038.03 $ 2,038.03 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1900 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 547.02 

By warrants issued .\ 4,223.86 

To warrants redeemed ,. . . $ 4,560.84 

To balance 210.04 

$ 4,770.88 $ 4,770.88 



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OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1901 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 109,972.52 

By warrants issued 250.00 

To warrants redeemed $ 110,200.92 

To balance 21.60 

$ 110,222.52 $ UO.222.52 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1902 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $536,812.50 

B}' warrants issued 23,898.52 

To warrants redeemed $ 560,620.98 

To balance 90.10 

$ 560,711.08 $ 560.711.08 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1903 FUND. 

By warrants issued $ 884,987.05 

To warrants redeemed $ 872,058.88 

To balance 12,928.17 

$ 884,987.05 $ 884.987.0,'. 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1904 FUND. 

By warrants issued $ 937.53S.73 

To warrants redeemed $ 316,352.03 

To balance 621^86.70 

$ 937,538.73 $ 937,53S.73 

OUTSTANDING CAPITOL BUILDING WARRANTS FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 583.71$. 28 

By warrants issued 114.550.92 

To warrants redeemed $ 221,662.47 

To balance , 476,606.73 

$ 698.269.20 $ 698,269.20 

OUTSTANDING CASH WARRANTS FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,074.95 

By warrants issued 1;833,936.6S 

To warrants paid $1,820,700.13 

To balance 15,311.50 

$1,836,011.63 $1,836,011.63 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 3 



DUPLICATE OUTSTANDING UTE WAR DEBT WARRANTS FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,356.20 

To balance $ 1.356.20 

$ 1.35G.20 $ I.: - 

OUTSTANDING INSANE ASYLUM TAX LEVY WARRANTS. 1900 AND 

PRIOR. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 24.55 

To warrants redeemed s 24.55 

$ 24.55 $ 24.55 

OFFICERS' EXPENSE 1903 AND 1904 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 362.42 

By appropriation 14.816.66 

To transfer balance $ 362.42 

To warrants 13,784.79 

To balance 1,031.87 

$ 15,179.08 $ 15.179.0S 

OFFICERS' SALARY 1901 AND 1902 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7.520.04 

To warrants $ 250.00 

To transfer balance 7. -70.04 

$ 7.520.04 $ 7,520.04 

OFFICERS' SALARY 1903 AND 1904 FUND. 

By appropriation $ 528,149.97 

To warrants $ 523,735.12 

To balance 4,414.85 

$ 528,149.97 $ 528.149.97 

OFFICERS' SALARY 1S95 FUND. 

By part salary due F. H. Hegwer $ 380-00 

To warrants $ 380.00 

$ 380.00 $ 380.00 

PENITENTIARY IMPROVEMENTS FUND. 
1902 

>ec. 1 By balance $ 1*212.82 

To warrants $ 1,212.82 

$ 1.212.82 $ 1,212.82 



38 BIENNIAL REPORT 



PENITENTIARY APPROPRIATION. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance ? i7.00 

By appropriation $ 200.0fiO.OO 

To transfer balance 47.00 

To warrants 199,731.88 

To balance 268.12 

$ 200.047.00 $ 200,017.00 

PENITENTIARY BUILDING AND IMPROVEMENTS FUND. 

By appropriation % 25 

To warrants $ 25.000.00 

$ 25.000.00 $ 25.000.00 

REFORMATORY FUND. 

By appropriation $ SO. 000.00 

To warrants $ 71 ,473.11 

To balance S.526.89 

$ S0.000.00 $ 80.000.00 

REFORMATORY BUILDING FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 

To balance $ 6,226.52 

$ 6.226.52 $ 6,226.52 

REFORMATORY HEATING PLANT FIND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3.000.00 

REFORMATORY IMPROVEMENT FUND. 

By appropriation $ 10.00000 

To warrants $ 2.392.91 

To balance 7,607.09 

$ 10,000.00 $' 10,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 3^> 



STATE FAIR FUND. 

By appropriation $ 7.500.OC 

To warrants ? 7,323.75 

To balance 17&25 

$ 7.300.00 $ 7,500.00 

SANITARY BOARD CERTIFICATES FUND. 

By appropriation S 2,100.00 

To warrants % 1.381.50 

To balance 71S.50 

$ 2,100.00 $ 2.100.00 

ROUTT COUNTY HATCHERY FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.03 

To transfer balance $ 1.03 

$ 1.03 $ 1.03 

STATE LIBRARY MAINTENANCE FUND. 

By appropriation $ 1,000.00 

To warrants S 1,000.00 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1.000.00 

STATE BOUNDARY LINE SURVEY FUND. 

By appropriation $ 125.00 

To warrants $ 125.00 

$ 125.00 % 125. 00 

STATE BOUNDARY LINE SURVEY FUND (1901 AND 1902). 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 128.70 

To transfer balance $ 12S.70 

$ 128.70 $ 12S.70 

W. J. HAMILTON RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation $ 100.00 

To warrants $ 100.00 

$ 100.00 $ 100.00 



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SENATE SPECIAL FUND. 

By appropriation $ 1,476.00 

To warrants $ 1 ,476.00 

$ 1,476.00 $ 1,476.00 

HOUSE SPECIAL FUND. 

By appropriation $ 997. SO 

To warrants $ 900.00 

To balance . 97.80 

$ 997.80 $ 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance ' $ .25 

By appropriation 50,000.00 

To transfer balance $ .25 

To warrants 43,053.21 

To balance 6,946. 79 

$ 50,000.25 $ 50,000.25 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME IMPROVEMENTS FUND. 

By appropriation $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 6,654.17 

To balance 3,345.83 

$ 10.000.00 ? 10,0 

SCHOOL OF MINES BUILDING FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By Balance $ 2,700.00 

To transfer balance S 2,700.00 

$ 2,700.00 $ 2,700.00 

SPECIAL REPORT FUND. 

By appropriation $ 19,000.00 

To warrants $ 19,000.00 

$ 19,000.00 $ 19,000.00 

TRAVELING LIBRARY FUND. 

By appropriation $ 2,000.00 

To warrants S 779.19 

To balance 1,220.81 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 41 



UNIVERSITY SUPPORT FUND. 

Pec. 1 By balance $ 3,501.03 

To transfer balance $ 3,501.03 

$ 3,501.03 $ 3,501.03 

ARAPAHOE AND MESA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance % S44.69 

To warrants $ 14.00 

To transfer internal improvement fund 830.69 

$ S44.69 $ S44.69 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 10,014.90 

By receipts from levy 136,712.99 

To warrants $ 143,691 .21 

To balance 3,036.68 

$ 146,727.89 $ 146.727.89 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 90,144.85 

By receipts Land Board 22,021.51 

To balance $ 112,166.36 

$ 112,166.36 $ 112,166.36 

AGRICULTURAL. COLLEGE LAND INCOME FUND. 
1902 ■ 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,779.09 

By receipts interest on warrants 5,693.07 

By receipts Land Board 8,793.11 

To warrants . $ 15,794.34 

To balance 470.93 

• 

% 16,265.27 $ 16,265.27 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SPECIAL FUND. 
1902 

1 By balance $ 77.98 

By receipts from Secretai y 23,391.89 

To warrants $ 21,839.14 

To balance 1,630.73 

% 23,469.87 $ 23,469.87 



42 BIENNIAL REPORT 



AGRICULTURAL, COLLEGE LIBRARY FUND. 
1 902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 607.35 

By receipts from Secretary 1,669.06 

To warrants $ 1,101.05 

To balance 1,175.31 

$ 2,276.36 $ 2,276.3o 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND MECHANICS ARTS FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 16,871.17 

By receipts U. S. Government 50,0 

To warrants $ 57,177.32 

To balance 9,693.85 

$ 66,871.17 % 66,871.17 

APPRAISEMENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 385.56 

By receipts from Land Board 1,854.75 

To warrants $ 1,747.39 

To balance 492.92 



$ 2,240.31 $ 2,240.31 

BRAND DEPARTMENT EXPENSE FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By receipts Secretary of State $ 6,401.45 

To warrants $ 6,385.59 

To balance 15.86 

$ 6,401.45 $ 6,401.45 

BOULDER AND GRAND COUNTY ROAD FUND. 

1902 
Dec. 1 By appropriation K. B. No. 405 $ 6,000.00 

To warrants 3 5,995.50 

To balance . . . . , 4.50 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 

■ •APITOL. BUILDING FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By receipts from levy $ 239.13 

To transfer capitol building and interest on 

capitol building bonds $ 239.13 

$ 239.13 $ 239.13 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 43 

CAPITOL BUILDING AND INTEREST ON CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS 

FUND. 
1902 
Dec 1 Bybalance- $ 44,139.51 

By receipts from levy 341,876.77 

By transfer from capitol building- fund and in- 
terest on capitol building bonds fund 313.43 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 316,011.48 

To interest on bonds 39,780.00 

To balance . 30,538.23 

$ 386,329.71 $ 386,329.71 

CAPITOL BUILDING BOND SINKING FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 164,9§3.46 

By receipts from levy 278, 807. "4 

To balance $ 443,761.00 

$ 443,761.00 $ 443,761.00 

CHEYENNE COUNTY ARTESIAN WELD. 

1902 

Dec. 1 Bybalance $ 380.18 

To transfer interest Improvement Fund $ 380.18 

$ 380.18 $ 380.18 

CONEJOS ARTESIAN WELL. 
1903 
July 31 By appropriation S. B. No. 251 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 4,965.48 

To balance 34.52 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

CLEAR CREEK COUNTY BRIDGE. 
1903 
Aug. 31 By appropriation S. B. No. 71 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants . $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

CONEJOS AND RIO GRANDE ROAD FUND. 
1903 

July 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 147 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants . $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 



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CHAFFEE AND EAGLE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
July 31 By appropriation S. B. No. 347 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants , $ 1,145.69 

To balance 1,854.31 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

CUSTER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 

Dec. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 367 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,659.76 

To balance 340.24 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00- 

DEBEQUE BRIDGE FUND. 
1903 

June 22 By appropriation H. B. No. 69 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants S 3,999.67 

To balance .33 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

DOUGLAS COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
Aug. 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 403 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,085.85 

To balance 1,914.15 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

DOLORES COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
Nov. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 27 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 659.52 

To balance 4,340.48 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00- 

DEPENDENT CHILDRENS HOME, CASH. 
1904 
Nov. 30 By receipts, H. W. Cowan, Superintendent $ 224.24 

To warrants $ 165.72 

To balance 58.52 

% 224.24 $ 224.24 



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DOUGLAS COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 272.14 

To transfer to Internal Improvement Fund $ 272.14 

$ 272.14 $ 272.14 

ESCHEATS FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 123.79 

To balance $ 123.79 

$ 123.79 $ 123.79 

EAGLE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
July 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 21 s 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,231.63 

To balance 3.76S.37 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

GAME FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance § 12.62 

By receipts from Game and Fish Commissioner. . 26,724.65 

To warrants . $ 12,487.99 

To transfer to General Revenue Fund 13,000.00 

To balance 1,249.28 

$ 26,737.27 $ 26,737.27 

GAUGING FUND. 
1902 
)ec. 1 By balance $ 55.35 

By receipts from State Engineer 2,840.70 

To warrants $ 2,013.02 

To balance 883.03 

$ 2,896.05 $ 2,896.05 

GUNNISON COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 - 
Tov. 10 By appropriation, H. B. No. 97 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 925.89 

To balance 3,074.11 

$ 4.000.00 $ 4,000.00 



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GARFIELD COUNTY ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 
1902 
Doc. 1 By balance $ 156.48 

To transfer to internal improvement fund $ 156.48 

$ 156.48 $ 156.48 

GARFIELD COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1903 
July 33 By appropriation, H. B. No. 137 * 5.000.00 

To warrants $ 469.80 

To balance 4,530.20 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

GENERAL REVENUE 1887, 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 136.82 

To balance $ 136.82 

$ 136.82 .$ 136.82 

GENERAL REVENUE 1888 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 659.99 

To balance $ ' 659.99 

$ 659.99 $ 659.99 

GENERAL REVENUE 1889 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.192.77 

To balance $ 1.192.77 

$ 1.192.77 $ 1,192.77 

GENERAL REVENUE 1890 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 229.92 

To balance $ 229.92 

$ 229.92 $ 229.92 

GENERAL REVENUE 1891 FUND. 

! By balance $ S3.39 

By receipts from levy 89.94 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 118.30 

To balance 55.03 

$ 173.33 $ 173.33 



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GENERAL REVENUE 1892 FUND. 
1902 
Dee. 1 By balance $ 394.41 

By receipts from levy GS.51 

To balance $ 462.92 

$ 462.92 $ 462.92 

GENERAL REVENUE 1893 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 412.69 

By receipts from levy 141.52 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 438.99 

To balance 115.22 

$ 554.21 $ 554.21 

GENERAL REVENUE 1894 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 338.70 

By receipts from levy 173.80 

To balance $ 512.50 

$ 512.50 $ 512.50 

GENERAL REVENUE 1895 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 289.60 

By receipts from levy 289.30 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 450.44 

To balance 128.46 

$ 578.90 $ 578.90 

GENERAL REVENUE 1896 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,446.38 

By receipts from levy 411 .87 

To warrants redeemed and interest ,. . $ 1.06 

To balance 1,857.19 

$ 1,858.25 $ 1,858.25 

GENERAL REVENUE 1897 FUND 
1902 
Dec. 1 By bala nee $ 272.50 

By receipts from levy 1,005.68 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 972.77 

To balance 305.41 

$ 1,278.18 $ 1.27S.1S 



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GENERAL REVENUE 1898 FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,059.20 

By receipts from levy 1,332.62 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 526.82 

To balance 4,865.26 

$ 5,391.88 $ 5,391.88 

GENERAL REVENUE 1899 FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,946.51 

By receipts from levy 2,289.76 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 1,210.36 

To refund Treas. Denver county by order of court 1,361.11 

To balance 4,614.80 

$ 7,186.27 $ 7,186.27 

GENERAL REVENUE 1900 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 14,444.35 

By receipts from levy 3,611.97 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 4,579.11 

To transfer to surplus fund 12,086.48 

To balance 1,390.73 

$ 18,056.32 $ 18.056.32 

GENERAL REVENUE 1901 FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 29,842.53 

By receipts from levy 144,,057.66 

By receipts Auditor of State (flat tax) 1,988.63 

By receipts inheritance tax 2,477.60 

i. To warrants redeemed and interest $ 110,888.77 

: To paid for Assessor's bonds 40.00 

t\ To transfer to surplus fund 63,260.00 

To balance 4,177.65 

$ 178,366.42 $ 178,366.42 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 49 



GENERAL REVENUE 1902 FUND. 
1902 

1 By balance $ 83,226.31 

By receipts Auditor of State (flat tax) 12,889.84 

By receipts from levy 571,627.20 

By transfer public school income for blanks 1,406.09 

By receipts inheritance tax 2,057.48 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 577,916.29 

To paid for Assessor's bonds 1.387.10 

To paid interest on casual deficiency bonds 1,000.00 

To transfer to surplus fund 83,583.00 

To balance 7.320.53 

$ 671,206.92 $ 671,206.92 

GENERAL REVENUE 1903 FUND. 
1902 

By receipts from levy $ 474.216.18 

By receipts, Secretary of State 147,515.35 

By receipts, Auditor of State, flat tax 36,517.10 

By receipts, Auditor of State, fees 53.60 

By receipts, Boiler Inspector 4,815.00 

By receipts, insurance department 140,500.15 

By receipts, State Treasurer, liquor licenses 47,875.00 

By receipts, State Treasurer, court fees 7.974.50 

By receipts, State Treasurer, license fees 924.7s 

By receipts, interest on deposits 21,299.5S 

By receipts, inheritance tax 7,386.12 

By receipts, game fund 6,500.00 

By receipts, interest on delinquent taxes 17.031.08 

By transfer, public school income (for blanks) 3.80341 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ S88,033.73 

To interest paid on casual deficiency bonds 5,000.00 

To paid for Assessor's bonds 1,289.87 

To balance 22,088.25 

$ 916.411.85 $ 916.411.85 



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GENERAL REVENUE 1904 FUND. 
1903 

By receipts, Secretary of State $ 112,204.30 

By receipts. Auditor of State (flat taxi 32.S25.02 

By receipts, Boiler Inspector 5,590.00 

By receipts, State Treasurer, liquor licenses 53,575.00 

By receipts, State Treasurer, court fees 8,615.00 

By receipts, State Treasurer, license fees 589.82 

By receipts, insurance department 146,574.43 

By receipts, interest on deposits 21,054.88 

By receipts, interest on delinquent taxes 17,031.09 

By receipts, game fund ij.500.0u 

By transfer, public school income, for blanks 3,227.39 

To warrants redeemed and interest % 324,100.39 

To interest paid on casual deficiency bonds 2,000.00 

To balance 81,686.54 

107,786.93 % 407,7* 



GILPIN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 
Aug. 15 By appropriation, H. B. No. 263 

To warrants $ 1,961.80 

To balance 

> 2,000.00 $ 2.000.00 



GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASH FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 182.93 

By receipts from secretary 105.76 

To warrants $ 26,469.61 

To balance 319.08 

$ 26,788.69 % 26,7i 

HINSDALE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
July 31 By appropriation, H. B. No. 125 % 2,500.00 

To warrants $ 2.49G.15 

• To balance 3.85 

$ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00- 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 51 



INTEREST ON INSURRECTION BONDS FIND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 19 

By receipts from levy 7,611.97 

To interest paid on bonds -S 23,491.15 

To balance 33.219.59 

s 56,710.74 $ 56,710.74 

INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES FUND. 
1902 

1 By balance $ 10.334.90 

By interest paid on delinquent taxes 23,855.72 

To transfer to general revenue. 1903 and 1904 % 34,062.17 

To warrants 

$ S4.190.62 % 34,190.62 

INSANE ASYLUM FUND. 

1 By balance S 10.170.25 

By receipts from levy 136.725.33 

By receipts, superintendent of Insane Asylum 10.00 

To warrants % 126,516.97 

To balance 20,38* 

s :U. 905.60 $ 146.905.6n 

INTEREST ON DEPOSITS FIND. 
1903 
Jan. 24 By receipts, interest on deposits .? 42.354. 46 

To transfer, general revenue, 1903 | 21.299.5S 

To transfer, general revenue. 1904 54.88 

% 42.354.46 S 42,354.46 

INTEREST ON CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS FUND 
1902 

Dec. 20 By receipts from levy - 74.30 

To transfer, capitol building and interest on 

bonds | 

J 74.30 S 74.30 



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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,016.30 

By receipts 318.30530' 

To transfer, general revenue, 1903 $ $ 140.500.15 

To transfer, general revenue, 1904 146,574.43 

To warrants 31.105.7i' 

To balance 1,141.50 

i 319.321.80 $ 319,321.80 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT PERMANENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 70,841.27 

By receipts from Land Board 42,043.16 

By receipts, U. S. Treasurer 14. 7 

By transfer of unexpended balances 

To warrants s 42.00 

To appropriations, Thirteenth General Assembly. 72. 000.00 

To balance 57.947.44 

$ 129,989.44 % 129.989.44 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INCOME FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ #,428.78 

By receipts from Land Board 49.321.09 

By receipts from interest on warrants 6,329.66 

To warrants $ 88.44 

To appropriations, Thirteenth General Assembly. 51, 000.00 

To balance 53,991.09 

$ 105,079.53 $ 105.079.53 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASH FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 461.05 

By receipts from superintendent 10,397. W 

To warrants $ 9.CG9.93 

To balance 1,189.02 

% 10.858.95 $ 10.858.95 

INSURRECTION FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.SS1.35 

To balance ? 1,881.35 

.< 1,881.35 $ 1,881.35 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 53 



JEFFERSON AND ADAMS COUNTY ROAD. 
1903 
Oct. 1 By appropriation, S. B. No. 321 $ 2,500.00 

To warrants $ 2,500.00 

$ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 

LAND COMMISSIONERS' CASH 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,943.53 

By receipts from Land Board 15,321.89 

To warrants •. $ 15,544.15 

To balance 1,721.27 

$ 17,265.42 $ 17,265.42 

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 
1903 
June 9 By appropriation, S. B. 330 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 225.21 

To balance 4,774.79 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

LOGAN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
June 22 By appropriation, S. B. No. 67 $ 4,500.00 

To warrants $ 4,496.19 

To balance '. 3.S1 

$ 4,500.00 $ 4,500.00 

LA PLATA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
July 9 By appropriation, H. B. No. 92 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,261.82 

To balance 3.738.1S 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

MILITARY POLL FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance f 5,369.52 

By receipts from levy 81,548.72 

By receipts Capt. L. C. Hall 135. 1 

By receipts Adjutant General 1,325.69 

By receipts Gov. Jas. H. Peabody 24.58 

By receipts F. W. Gross, Paymaster General 155.56 

To warrants $ 91,220.93 

To balance 338.65 

$ 91,559.58 $ 91.559.5S 



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MUTE AND BLIND FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By receipts from levy $ 136.717. S5 

To warrants $ 130,898.33 

To balance 5,819.52 

$ 136,717.85 $ 136.717.85 

MINERAL LAND SURVEY FUND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 805.77 

To balance S 805.77 

S 805.77 $ 805.77 

MESA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
July 31 By appropriation, S. B. No. 202 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3.0O0.O0 $ 3.000.00 

NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 
1903 
Dec. 1 By balance '$ 446.52 

By receipts from levy 136,673.32 

To warrants $ 138,900.00 

By balance $ 1,780.16 

$ 138,900.00 $ 138,900.00 

OURAY AND SAN JUAN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
July 9 By appropriation, S. B. No. 70 -',000.00 

By appropriation, IT. B. No. 23 S. 000. no 

To warrants % 9,966.00 

To balance 34.00 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

OTERO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 
Aug - . 15 By appropriation, S. B. No. 21S $ 4.500.00 

To warrants $ 149.."" 

To balance 4.350.50 

$ 4,500.00 $ 4,500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. o5 

OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES STOCK INDEMNITY FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 249. S3 

To warrants $ 135.25 

To balance 114.58 

$ 249.S3 $ 249.83 

PALMER LAKE CYCLE PATH FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,455.25 

To balance $ 4.455.2.: 

% 4,455.25 $ 4.455.25 

PITKIN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1908 

July 31 By appropriation, H. B. No. 2S5 S 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 999.4G 

To balance 4,000.54 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

PENITENTIARY CONVICT LABOR FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 143.17 

By receipts Warden of Penitentiary 30,127.57 

To warrants $ 29,674.40 

To balance 596.34 

$ 30,270.74 $ 30,270.74 

PENITENTIARY LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance 5 1,027.30 

To balance $ 1 ,027.30 

$ 1,027.30 $ 1,027.30 

PENITENTIARY LAND INCOME FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,696.05 

By receipts from Land Board 614.S0 

To balance $ 2,310.85 

$ 2,310.85 $ 2,31 



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PARTITION OF REALTY FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 134.70 

By receipts 420.41 

To warrants $ 337.75 

To balance " 217.36 

$ 555.11 S 555.11 

PROWERS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 
Oct. 31 By appropriation, H. B. 295 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 6.00 

To balance 1,994.00 

% 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

PUBLIC BUILDING LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,386.45 

By receipts from Land Board 16.00 

To balance $ 1,402.45 

$ 1,402.45 $ 1.402.45 

PUBLIC BUILDING LAND INCOME FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,168.26 

By receipts Land Board 670.00 

To balance $ 2,838.26 

% 2,838.26 $ 2,838.26 

PUBLIC SCHOOL LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $1,254,716.73 

By receipts from Land Board 130,042.93 

To warrants $ 480.09 

To balance 1,384,279.57 

S1,3S4,759.66 $1,384,759.66 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 5< 

PUBLIC SCHOOL LAND INCOME FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 66,266.03 

By receipts from Land Board 291,681.09 

By receipts interest on warrants 30,555.45 

By receipts interest on bonds 15,750.00 

To transfer for blanks S M36.S9 

To semi-annual apportionments 31S,851.71 

To warrants 1,781.85 

To balance 75,182.17 

$ 404,252.62 $ 404,252.62 

PUEBLO AND LEADVILLE ROAD FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,005.71 

To balance $ 1,005.71 

$ 1,005.71 $ 1,005.71 

PUEBLO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1903 
June 22 By appropriation, S. B. No. 291 S 7,500.00 

To warrants i 7,492.59 

To balance 7.41 

$ 7,500.00 $ 7,500.00 

REFORMATORY MACHINERY AND TOOLS FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 59.74 

To warrants $ 59.74 

$ 59.74 $ 59.74 

REFORMATORY CASH FUND 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,500.00 

By receipts from Warden 3.216.56 

To warrants % 3.216.56 

To balance 2,500.00 

$ 5.716.56 $ 5,716.56 

REGISTERED FUNDING BONDS, SERIES 1S97 FUND 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 342.74 

To balance $ 342.74 

$ 342.74 $ 342.74 



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RIO GRANDE AND COSTILLA BRIDGE FUND. 
1903 
June 22 By appropriation. H. B. 147 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3.000.00 

ROUTT COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1903 
Dec. 31 By appropriation, S. B. No. 28 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 357.36 

To balance 3,642.64 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1903 
Nov. 10 By appropriation, S. B. No. 193 $ 4,500.00 

To warrants $ 744.54 

To balance 3,755.46 

% 4,500.00 $ 4,500.00 

SAGUACHE COUNTY ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 721.01 

To transfer Int. Imp. fund $ 721.01 

$ 721.01 $ 721.01 

SCHOOL OF MINES FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 103.08 

By receipts from levy 136,712-82 

To warrants $ 139,554.86 

By balance 2,738.96 

% 139,554.86 $ 139,554.86 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ .30 

To transfer Int. Imp. fund $ .30 

$ .30 $ .30 

PARK COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 
Jan. 31 By appropriation. H. B. No. 101 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 4,967.95 

To balance 32.05 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 59 

RIO BLANCO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 
April 30 By appropriation, H. B. No. 183 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 117.42 

To balance 1,882.58 

$ 2.000.00 $ 2,000.00 

SPANISH- AMERICAN WAR FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance ! $ 1.984.00 

By receipts from levy 66.45 

To balance $ 2,050.51 

$ 2,050.51 $ 2,050.51 

SALINE LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 56.00 

To balance $ 56.00 

$ 56.00 $ 56.00 

SALINE LAND INCOME FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 396.50 

By receipts from Land Board 620.00 

To warrants $ 100.00 

To balance 916.50 

$ 1,016.50 $ 1,016.50 

ST. LOUIS WORLD - S FAIR FUND. 
1904 
Mar. 31 By received Van E. Rouse, ex-Treas $ 18,466.68 

To warrants $ IS, 465. 59 

To balance 1.04 

$ 18,466.63 $ 18,466.63 

STOCK INSPECTION FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 448.84 

By receipts from levy 37.866.S4 

To warrants $ 35,878.72 

To balance 2,436.96 

$ 38,315.68 $ 3S.315.6S 



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SUMMIT COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

July 31 By appropriation. S. B. No. 29 $ 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 97.00 

To balance 903.00 

% 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

STOCK BRAND FUND. 
1902 

Dec. 1 By balance '. : $ 3.252.00 

To transfer scalp boundy fund $ 3,252.00 

$ 3,252.00 $ 3,252.00 

SCALP BOUNTY FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ .18 

By transfer from stock brand fund 3.252.00 

To warrants % 3,252.00 

To balance .18 

$ 3,252.18 $ 3.252.18 

SUPREME COURT LIBRARY FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 582.44 

By receipt clerk Supreme Court 3,110.00 

To warrants % 2,400.13 

To balance 1,292.31 

$ 3,692.44 $ 3.692.44 

INHERITANCE TAX FUND. 
1903 
Mar. 31 By receipts from County Treasurers § 11,921.20 

To transfer to General Revenue 1901, 1902 and 1903 $ 11,921.20 

$ 11,921.20 $ 11,921.20 

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS HOME CASH FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 10,817.18 

By receipts U. S. Government , 27,575.91 

To warrants 5 33,342.44 

To balance 5,050.65 

$ 38,393.09 $ 38,393.09 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 61 

STATE NORMAL INSTITUTE FUND. 

■ 
1 By balance ? 

By receipts Superintendent Public Instruction 4.S05.93 

By receipts Superintendent Denver County 3L00 

To warrants I 1,805.84 

To balance 31.11 

$ 4,836.95 S 4,836.95 

STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS' FUND. 

] By balance . $ 1,643.00 

By receipts from Secretary 606.07 

To balance % 2.249.07 

s 2.249.07 $ 2.249.07 

SURPLUS FUND. 
1903 
June 22 By transfer < »f excess revenues $ 158,929.48 

To warrants . % 158,929.48 

$ 158,929.48 I 158,929.48 

UTB WAR DEBT FUND. 

_ 
Dec. 1 By balance > 

By receipts from levy 13.16 

To balance . § 206.75 

s 206.75 { 206.75 

UNIVERSITY FUND. 

_ 

Dec. 1 By balance | 

By receipts from levy 194. ' 

To warrants 200,88L6S 

To balance 568. 74 

s 201,450.42 $ 201,450.42 

UNIVERSITY LAND PERMANENT FUND. 

_ 

1 By balance S 46,669.15 

By receipts from Laud Board 

To balance s 48,269.15 

§ 48,269.15 * 48,269.15 



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1'XIVERSITY LAND INCOME FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 544.51 

By receipts from Land Board 1,253.40 

By receipts interest on warrants 1,295.05 

To warrants . $ 2,845.63 

To balance 247.33 

$ 3,092.96 $ 3,092.96 

UNIVERSITY SPECIAL FUND. 

1902 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 44.17 

By receipts from levy 5.92; 

To warrants . $ 46.55 

To balance 8.54 

$ 50.09 $ 50.09 

WHITE RIVER BRIDGE FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 8.9a 

To transfer Internal Improvement Fund 8.93 

$ 8.93 $ 8.93 

YUMA, WASHINGTON AND MORGAN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1902 
Dec. 1 By balance . t 3,085.42 

To warrants . $ 2,711.02 

To balance . 374.40 

$ 3,085.42 ? 3,085.42 

WARRANT INTEREST. 

By interest allowed on warrants $ 54,239.19 

To interest paid on warrants $ 54,239.19 



$ 54,239.19 $ 54,239.19 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 63 



SHOWING REGISTRATION OF BONDS FROM DECEMBER 1, 1902, TO 

NOVEMBER 30. 1901. 

Bonds. Amount. 

January S, 1903, San Miguel Co.* 90 $1,000.00 

February 13, 1903, Montrose Co 121 1,000.00 

April 1. 1903, Cheyenne Co 26 1,000.00 

April 1, 1903. Cheyenne Co 2 100.00 

April 21. 1903, Larimer Co 31 1,000.00 

April 25. 1903, Chaffee Co 221 1,000.00 

May 11. 1903, Washington Co ' 25 500.00 

May 2:5. 1903, La Plata Co 70 500.00 

October 1. 1903, Canon City .*. . . 40 1.000.00 

December 29, Delta Co 73 500.00 

January 7. 1904, Montrose Co 26 1,000.00 

June 2-1. 1904, Town of Rico 10 500.00 

September 27, 1904, Hinsdale Co 6 500.00 

November 11, 1904. City of Colorado Springs 1:13 1,000.00 



* Registered prior to the date I took my office. 



STATEMENTS 



SHOWING 



Certificates of Indebtedness ; Redemption and Outstanding Certifi- 
cates of Indebtedness; Recapitulation. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 

ilNG ESSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1904. 

1903 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Mch. 31 Col. W. H. Sweeney 4390-4402 

Mch. 31 General Sherman Bell 4403 

June 19 Shields-Morley Gro. Co 4404 

June 25 Eugene W. D . Merit 4405 

June 25 S. M. Ditts 4406 

25 William Hillis 4407 

June 25 R. R. Hutchins. M. D 4408 

_5 A. B. Nichols 4409 

June 25 W. O'Donnell 4410 

June 25 Colo. Springs Packing Co — 4411 

June 25 Major Geo. M. Lee 4412 

June 25 Spratlin & Anderson 4413 

June 25 Geo. M. Lee, quartermaster. .4414 

June 25 J. J. Abendschon 4415 

June 25 Willis Butcher 441'3 

June 25 Star Bakery 4417 

June 25 Dr. R. W. Reasoner 4418 

June 2: Our West Ptg. and Sta. Co.. 4419 

June 25 Perkins & Holbrook 4420 

June 25 G. S. Barnes 4421 

June 25 Heminway & Co 4422 

June 25 John Hill 4423 

June 25 W. A. Davis 4424 

June 25 Seldomridge. Bros 4425 

July 6 A. M. Wilson 4426 

July 10 Lieut. Tom. E. McClelland.. 4427 

July 10 D. & R. G. Express 4428 

July 10 J. W. Gilluly 44:9 

July 10 W H. Triagle 4430 

July 17 Colo. Telephone Co 4431 

July 17 Remington Typewriter Co 4432 

July 17 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co... 4433 

July 17 H. D. Smith 4434 

July 17 C. S. Jacobs 4435 

July 20 F. W. Gross 

July 20 F. W. Gross 4437 

July 24 C. J. McMillan 



29.03 Military pay rolls 

3,388.76 Blankets and freight 

1.188.87 Groe 

14.60 Meals 

13.15 Horseshoeing 

10.50 Horseshoeing 

3.50 Laundry 

Livery 

375.00 Livery 

177.44 Meat 

15.97 Ex 

"_ 30 Supplies 

'■ Expense, quartermaster 

5.62 Teaming 

176.65 Drugs 

95.33 Provisions 

18.00 Livery 

167.60 Printing supplies 

846.16 Clothing 

99.35 Supplies 

438.03 Supplies 

95.55 Lumber and supplies 

4G.50 Team work 

_"1.35 Feed and supplies 

185.00 Horses 

750.00 Professional service 

41.75 Express 

1,018.07 Transportation 

20.00 Horse hire 

96.65 Telephone service 

7.00 <...Rent of typewriter 

6.75 Teaming 

10.00 Livery 

34.00 Livery 

161.75 Expense 

Military pay roll 

10.00 Livery 



68 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No 



Aug. 5 Denver Ex. & Transfer Co... 4139 

Aug. 6 Troy Laundry Co 4440 

Aug. 6 Knight-Campbell Music Co.. 4441 

Aug. G F. J. White 4442 

Aug. 6 Andy Barber 4443 

Sept. 24 Colo. Spgs. Tent & A. Co... 4444 

Sept. 24 John L. Judd , . . .4445 

Sept. 21 J. Chase 1446 

Sept. 24 Ord & Snope..' 4447 

Sept. 24 The New Alamo 4418 

Sept. 21 J. M. Buster 4449 

Sept. 24 A. H. Whaite 4450 

Sept. 24 Lowell-Meservy Hdw. Co.... 4451 

Sept. 24 Chicago Bakery 4452 

Sept. 24 W. A. Davis 1453 

Sept. 24 Hext Music Co 4454 

Sept. 24 Colo. Spgs. Int. Ry. Co 4455 

Oct. 23 

Nov. 10 F. AY. Gross 4456-4511 

Nov. 12 Simonton-Moore Merc. Co. ..4512 

Nov. 12 Gardner Merc. Co 4513 

Nov. 12 Jim E. Davidson 4514 

Nov. 12 M. D. Greve 4515 

Nov. 12 The Victor Grocery Co 4516 

Nov. 12 Morrell Hdw. Co 4517 

Nov. 12 M. D. Greve 4518 

Nov. 13 F. W. Gross 4519 

Nov. 16 John H. Myers 4520 

Nov. 16 Lieut. Geo. H. Cattermole. .4521 

Nov. 16 Mountain Electric Co 4522 

Nov. 16 Col. J. E. Johnston 4523 

Nov. 16 Capitol Hill Stables 4524 

Nov. 16 Denver Times 4525 

Nov. 16 Flor. & C. C. R. & A. Co.... 4526 

Nov. 16 Remington Typewriter Co.. 4527 

Nov. 16 Capitol Hill Tailoring Co.... 4528 

Nov. 16 Fred Harvey 4529 



Amount For What Purpose 

65.75 Drayage 

13.00 Laundry 

22.00 Musical instruments 

15.25 Expense 

15.50 Carpenter hire 

87.60 Repairing tents 

41.50 Provisions 

68.00 Livery 

80.00 Livery 

16.00 Board 

5.00 Livery 

11.10...: Merchandise 

24.25 Merchandise 

3.00 Provisions 

34.00 Livery 

8.50 Merchandise 

10.00 Transportation 

82,673.46 Military pay rolls 

3,765.2S Supplies, commissary 

2,142.36 Supplies, commissary 

125.92 Supplies, commissary 

10S.00 Livery 

700.44 Commissary supplies 

1,095.15 Commissary supplies 

528.20 Commissary supplies 

2,465.36 Military pay roll 

299.45 Supplies 

3.00 Transportation 

109.74 Quartermaster supplies 

1.00 Lodging 

120.00 Livery 

1.25 Quartermaster supplies 

32.30 Transportation 

189.55 Typewriter and supplies 

49.00 Tailoring 

47.70 Board 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



GO 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



No. 

Nov. 15 Ewart H. & P. Co 4530 

Nov. 16 Colo. Telephone Co 4531 

Nov. 16 Den. Nov. Wks. & E. Co.... 4532 

Nov. 16 Jno. B. Nimetz 4533 

Nov. 16 Ordway, Snow & Addison. .4534 

Nov. 16 Spratlin & Anderson 1535 

Nov. 16 Hardin Restaurant 4536 

Nov. 16 Western Packing Co 4537 

Nov. 16 Geo. Tritch Hdw. Co 453S 

Nov. 16 E. M. Kerney 4539 

Nov. 16 C. B. & W. R. Eaton 4540 

Nov. 16 Wyekoff 4541 

Nov. 16 Brown Palace Hotel 4542 

Nov. 16 J. H. McCracken 4543 

Nov. 16 The Boston 4544 

Nov. 16 Denver Gas & Elec. Co 4545 

Nov. 16 Denver Iron & W T W. Co... 4546 

Nov. 16 J. Durbin Surg-. & D. S. C..4547 

Nov. 16 Union Pacific R. R. Co 4548 

Nov. 16 F. W. Jacquis 4549 

Nov. 17 Western Union Tel. Co 4550 

Nov. 17 D. & R. G. Ry. Co 4551 

Nov. 17 Lieut. Roy McCandles 4552 

Nov. 17 John W T . Williams & Co.... 4553 

Nov. 17 Colo. Midland Ry. Co 4554 

Nov. 17 A. C. Montgomery 4555 

Nov. 17 American House 4556 

Nov. 17 Colo. Spgs. & C. C. D. R. C.4557 

Nov. 17 Postal Tel. Cable Co 4558 

Nov. 17 McPhee & McGinnity 4559 

Nov. 17 Redenour-Raymond G. Co.. 4560 

Nov. 17 Denver City Troop 4561 

Nov. 17 Rio Grande Hotel Co 4562 

Nov. 17 Riverside Ptg. Co 4563 

Nov. 17 Republican Pub. Co 4564 

Nov. 17 Conrad Rehn 4565 

Nov. 17 W T . R. Thompson 4566 



Amount 

160.00 Livery 

30.00 Telephone service 

.50 Rubber stamp 

12.60 Merchandise 

118.67 Merchandise and freight 

688.96 Supplies 

28.55 Board 

634.47 Commissary supplies 

187.70 Commissary supplies 

15.00 Stenographer 

162.00 Stoves 

5.75 Rent typewriter 

73.45 Board and lodging 

360.00 Livery 

37.50 Merchandise 

41.S5 Light 

S.75 Material 

76.75 Medical supplies 

22.66 Transportation 

52.05 Tailoring 

93.25 Telegraph expense 

3.19 Telegraph expense 

8.85 Board and express 

1.35 Merchandise 

389.00 Transportation 

20.00 Typewriting expense 

33.00 Hotel expense 

, 127.46 Freight charges 

39.60 Quartermaster supplies 

53.11 Quartermaster supplies 

1,146.71 Quartermaster supplies 

520.00 Livery 

9.75 Board 

10.00 Merchandise 

1.50 Advertising 

4.50 Repairs 

24.00 Livery 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 190-1— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. 



Nov. 17 John P. Lowers 4567 

Nov. 17 John L. Ankney 4568 

Nov. 17 J. H. Worley 4569 

Nov. 17 Burt B. Bloom 4570 

Nov. 17 David Cairns 4571 

Nov. 17 Fashion Bd., Liv. & S. Sta..4572 

Nov. 17 Western Union Tel. Co 4573 

Nov. 17 May Clothing- Co 4574 

Nov. 17 O. C. Colwell 4575 

Nov. 17 Maj. Cooper Anderson 4576 

Nov. 17 Maj. H. W. Gibbons 4577 

Nov. 17 Western Union Tel. Co 4578 

Nov. 17 C. J. Mullen 4579 

Nov. 17 May Shoe & Clothing Co.... 4580 

Nov. 17 C. R. Brown 4581 

Nov. 17 Wells, Fargo Express Co... 4582 
Nov. 17 Daniels & Fisher Stores Co.. 4583 

Nov. 17 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 4584 

Nov. 17 Colo. Electric Power Co 4585 

Nov. 17 J. W. Lane's Com. Stables.. 4586 

Nov. 17 Lacombe Electric Co 4587 

Nov. 17 Denver Ex. & Transfer Co.. 4588 

Nov. 17 Lamar Sparks 4589 

Nov. 17 Colorado Telephone Co 4590 

Nov. 17 Denver Tent Awning Co 4591 

Nov. 17 Brighton Creamery Co 4592 

Nov. 17 Midland Terminal Ry. Co... 4593 

Nov. 19 W. H. Waters 4594 

Nov. 19 E. S. Smith 4595 

Nov. 19 Geo. E. Ady & Co 4596 

Nov. 19 Geo. Ferrick 4597 

Nov. 19 Sam'l Shirley 4598 

Nov. 19 P. M. Carlson 4599 

Nov. 19 J. P. Wilcox 4600 

Nov. 19 Wheeler & Co 4601 

Nov. 19 J. W. Spielman 4602 

Nov. 19 H. G. Taylor 4603 

Nov. 19 Cooper M. Cattle Co 4604 



Amount 


For What Pin | 


10 65. . . . 




8.00.... 


Transportation 


6.50.... 


Transportation 


80.00.... 


Livery 


3.00.... 




40.00.... 


Livery 


10.42.... 


— Quartermaster supplies 


0. 144.00 


— Quartermaster supplies 



.75 Stenographer 

7.90 Express 

12.85 Board and lodging 

8.25 Messenger 

1.50 Express 

2,33S.35 Quartermaster supplies 

1.90 Transportation 

492.00 Transportation 

505.35 Merchandise 

3.00 Printing 

48.75 Quartermaster supplies 

40.00 Livery 

8.40 Light 

2.50 Livery 

1.30 Advertising 

6.85 Telephone service 

111.30 Merchandise 

15.25 Merchandise 

315.11 Transportation 

5.00 Wood 

21.50 Transportation 

68.70 Merchandise 

2.50 Wood 

11.63 Merchandise 

12.15 Supplies 

40.00 Livery 

165.30 Beef 

73.25 Milk 

2.25 Milk 

90.52 Beef 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Nov. 19 Cooper Mtn. Cattle Co 

19 O. W. Keith 

Nov. 19 O. L. Waters 

Nov. 20 Atlantic Tea Co 

Nov. 20 Tomkins Hdw. Supply Co. 

Nov. 20 Central Drug Co.'. 

Nov. 20 A. H. Hibler 



.4605 
.4606 

,4608 

4609 

, 4610 
.4611 



Nov. 20 Cripple Creek C. & T. Co. ...4812 

Nov. 20 Colo. Trading & Trans. Co.. 4613 

Nov. 20 J. B. Cunning-ham 4614 

Nov. 20 John E. Smith 4615 

Nov. 20 Booth Furniture Co 4616 

Nov. 20 Harder-Mosier Mer. Co 4617 

Nov. 20 Atlantic Tea Co 461S 

Nov. 20 A. J. Wharton 1619 

Nov. 20 National Totel 4620 

Nov. 20 Teller Co. Banner 4621 

Nov. 20 A. G. Bowman 4622 

Nov. 20 Sam'l Davis 1623 

Nov. 20 Victor Novelty Works 4624 

Nov. 20 H. M. Williams 4625 

Nov. 20 Windsor Livery 4626 

Nov. 20 J. H. Hunt 4.;27 

Nov. 20 Chas. E. Palmer 4628 

Nov. 20 Kelly Shoe Store 4629 

Nov. 20 Depot Pharmacy 4630 

Nov. 20 D. J. Nichols 4631 

Nov. 20 City of Victor 4632 

Nov. 20 Teller Co. Mg. & Sup. Co... 4633 

Nov. 20 S. W. Lowe ,4634 

Nov. 20 E. L. Gallinger 4635 

Nov. 20 Thomas Henney 4636 

Nov. 20 Joseph Bruder 4637 

Nov. 20 J. J. Thomson . ...463S 

Nn V . 20 Shilling Dry Goods Co 4639 

X. . 20 G. W. Woodard 4640 

X 20 K. C. Market 4641 



40.35. 

43.92. 

12.00. 

281.50. 

627.67. 

s.oo. 

780.67. 
,063.28. 



Beef 

Beef 

Wood 

Coffee 

.Quartermaster supplies 
.Drugs and merchandise 

Carpenter 

Merchandise 

Merchandise 



1.414.34 Quartermaster supplies 

546.98 Medical supplies 

107.S0 Merchandise 

226.30 Commissary supplies 

45.16 Supplies 

135. 7S Meat 

16.50 Meals 

9.00 Cards 

49.50 Wood 

33.75 Carpenter 

4.50 Repairs 

38.50 Carpenter 

3.00 Livery 

26.00 Chairs 

14.90 Supplies 

546.00 ' Shoes 

72.14 Medical supplies 

149.50 Livery 

266.62 Water 

12.54 Merchandise 

3S.50 Carpenter 

24.70 Medical supplies 

37.75 Carpenter 

60.30 Groceries 

23.75 Carpenter 

34.90 Merchandise 

23.75 Carpenter 



193.28. 



Beef 



72 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904- Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. 



Nov. 21 Albert Godfritzen 4642 

Nov. 21 Eclipse Stables 4643 

Nov. 21 J. A. Burnett 4644 

Nov. 21 C. W. Wolfenberger 4645 

Nov. 21 R. A. Went 4646 

Nov. 21 M. Ola Walden 4647 

Nov. 21 Andy Wiseman 4648 

Nov. 21 J. P. Wilcox 464^ 

Nov. 21 J. M. Watts Merc. Co 4650 

Nov. 21 M. E. Herrick.. 4651 

Nov. 21 H. S. Haup 4652 

Nov. 21 Fred Harvey .' 4653 

Nov. 21 C. C. Coal & Trans. Co 4654 

Nov. 21 American Glove Co 4655 

Nov. 21 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 4656 

Nov. 21 Colo. Electric Power Co 4657 

Nov. 21 Colo. Tent & Awning Co 4658 

Nov. 21 Howard Burtis 4659 

Nov. 21 Maroney Lumber Co... 4660 

Nov. 21 Hardier Mosier Merc. Co — 4661 

Nov. 21 J. W. Lain 4662 

Nov. 21 Hand Nichols Clothing- Co... 4663 

Nov. 21 C. H. Hoback 4664 

Nov. 21 Jim Henry 4665 

Nov. 21 H. F. Guyton 4666 

Nov. 21 Gardner Merc. Co 4667 

Nov. 21 Harris & Tippett 4668 

Nov. 21 Chas. E. Griswold 4669 

Nov. 21 Fairley Bros. & Fairley 4670 

Nov. 21 M. D. Greve 4671 

Nov. 21 M. T. Griffith 4672 

Nov. 21 J. E. Kieduff 4673 

Nov. 21 y. A. Gillispie 4674 

Nov. 21 Henry Hasley 4675 

Nov. 21 Thos. H. lies 4676 

Nov. 21 Geo. L. Greer 4677 

Nov. 21 Jos. Bruder 4678 



Amount For What Purpose 

44.00 Livery 

80.00 Livery 

18.00 Livery 

40.00 Livery 

88.00 Livery 

102.00 Livery 

88.00 Livery 

60.00 Livery 

3.20 Supplies 

39.75 Milk 

102.00 Livery 

24.35 Meals 

17.12 Coal 

164.67 Merchandise 

251.90 Supplies 

111.80 Light 

59.50 Supplies 

25.25 Milk 

17.57 Supplies 

1,083.73 Provisions 

60.00 Livery 

2,164.45 Merchandise 

22.00 Livery 

22.00 Livery 

16.00 Carpenter 

325.00 Provisions 

8.00 Packing 

1.00 Drayage 

250.00 Funeral expense 

987.95 Beef 

5.00 Drayage 

22.00 Livery 

14.26 Supplies 

66.00 Livery 

132.00 Livery 

40.00 Livery 

185.70 Groceries 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



73 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 190-1— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. Amount 



Nov. 21 Model Laundry 4679 

Nov. 21 Cripple Ck. N. W T . & Mfg. Co.4680 

Nov. 21 William Bennett 4681 

Nov. 21 Capitol Hill Tailoring Co.... 4682 

Nov. 21 H. P. Packard, M. D 46S3 

Nov. 21 Morrell Hdw. Co 4684 

Nov. 21 Col. J. Q. MacDonald 4685 

Nov. 21 Ord. Snow & Ad'son Gro. Co.4686 

Nov. 21 Ord. Snow & Ad'son Gro. Co.4687 

Nov. 21 F. J. Nowatney 4688 

Nov. 21 *Victor Groc. Co 4689 

Nov. 21 J. H. McCracken 4690 

Nov. 21 E. S. Pechin 4691 

Nov. 21 Peter Minster 4692 

Nov. 21 Mrs. Ruby E. Merriner 4693 

Nov. 21 Western Union Tel. Co 4694 

Nov. 21 Booth Furniture Co 4695 

Nov. 21 A. G. Bowman 4696 

Nov. 21 G. E. Ady 4697 

Nov. 21 Fay Gorham 4698 

Nov. 21 R. L. Hendron 4699 

Nov. 21 E. Hamlin 4700 

Nov. 21 Western Packing Co 4701 

Nov. 21 F. W. Jo Hantgen 4702 

Nov. 21 Art Fairfax 4703 

Nov. 21 J. M. Jones 4704 

Nov. 21 J. B. Cunningham 4705 

Nov. 21 Irey Laundry 4706 

Nov. 21 H. F. Keel 4707 

Nov. 21 J. S. Cameron 4708 

Nov. 21 Continental Oil Co 4709 

Nov. 23 Marshall Cafe 4710 

Nov. 23 Geo. L. Greer 4711 

Nov. 23 A. C. Montgomery 4712 

Nov. 23 News-Times Pub. Co 4713 

Nov. 23 J. H. Myers 4714 

Nov. 23 Florence Saddlery Co 4715 

::: Cancelled. 



.50.. 

2.50. 
32.80. 

2.00. 
761.64. 

5.65. 
2,306.68. 
3,000.00. 

1.00. 
4,087.07. 



For What Purpose 

Laundry 

Rubber stamp 

Wood 

Tailoring 

Livery 

Supplies 

Transportation 

Provisions 

Provisions 

Drayage 

Merchandise 



468.00 Livery 

1.40 Transportation 

20.00 Rent of house 

11.72 Laundry 

64.30 Telegraphing 

68.50 Furniture 

27.00 Wood 

461.68 Merchandise 

22.00 Livery 

40.00 Livery 

6.00 Livery 

3,455.54 Meats 

80.00 Livery 

66.00. Livery 

50.00 Livery 

2,218.91 Lumber 

139.30 Laundry 

40.00 Livery 

3.30 Milk 

28.28 Oil 

69.80 Meals 

71.00 Transportation 

25.00 Stenographer 

3.35 » Advertising 

470.10 Supplies 

105.00 Horse blankets 



74 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Nov. 23 Flint & Lomax El. & M. Co. .4716 

Nov. 23 Atlantic Tea Co 4717 

Nov. 23 J. J. Grier 4718 

Nov. 23 A. J. Nicholls & Co 4719 

Nov. 23 Geo. E. Aicher 1720 

Nov. 21 National Hotel Co 4721 

Nov. 23 A. H. Adams 4722 

Nov. 23 Geo. E. Aicher 4723 

Nov. 23 Canon City Hotel Co 4724 

Nov. 23 Central Drug- Co 4725 

Nov. 23 Atchison, Topeka & S. F. Co. -1726 

Nov. 23 Cooper Mtn. Cattle Co 4727 

Nov. 23 Midland Terminal Ry. Co.... 4728 

Nov. 23 Union Pacific R. R. Co 4729 

Nov. 23 S. E. Moyle 4730 

Nov. 23 J. L. McHatton 4731 

Nov. 23 S. E. Wolcott 4732 

Nov. 23 Emmett Williams 4733 

Nov. 23 Willie Wear 4734 

Nov. 23 Lige Salmon 473-5 

Nov. 23 C. M. Sheets ..4736 

Nov. 23 H. P. Spurlock 1737 

Nov. 23 S. C. Stumpff 4738 

Nov. 23 Chas. Trew 3739 

Nov. 23 E. J. Parmon 4740 

Nov. 23 Buster Rector 474] 

Nov. 23 Grant Purcell 4742 

Nov. 23 W. H. Pike 4743 

Nov. 23 Ernest Oldland 4744 

Nov. 23 F. A. Nicholls -4745 

Nov. 23 Geo. Nolan 4746 

Nov. 23 B. L. Nicholls 4747 

Nov. 23 Thos. J. Mitchell 4748 

Nov. 23 Martin 4749 

Nov. 23 C. C. Townsend 4750 

Nov. 23 Wells. Fargo & Co. Ex 4751 

Nov. 23 Western Union Tel. Co 4752 



1,130.57 Supplies 

540.92 Merchandise 

39.95 Coffee 

332.55 Merchandise 

22.00 Livery 

77.00 Meals 

40.00 Livery 

18.00 Livery 

3.75 Meals 

111.75 Merchandise 

99. 12 Transportation 

844.81 Beef 

1,310.09 Transportation 

67.S6 Transportation 

110.00 Livery 

142.00 ,. Livery 



22.00. 
40.00. 
22.00. 
44.00. 
22.00. 
222.00. 
60.00. 
80.00. 
40.00. 
44.00. 



Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 
Livery 



22.00 Livery 

240.00 Livery 



40.00. 
80.00. 
66.00. 
40.00. 
60.03. 
22.00. 
14.60. 



Livery 

Livery 

Livery 

Livery 

Livery 

Livery 

Transportation 



127.55 Express 

Telegraphing 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



»•> 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 

YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1004— Continued. 
Dote 
19C4 To Whom Issued No. 



Nov. 23 M. C. Lilly & Co 4753 

Nov. 23 Burt B. Bloom 4754 

23 Swan Dry P. Fire Ex. Co.. 4755 

Nov. 23 J. W. Spielman 4756 

Nov. 23 Phipps & Gillpatrick 4757 

Nov. 23 J. P. Schermerhorn 4758 

Nov. 23 The Schilling Dry Gds. Co. .4759 

Nov. 23 J. H. Wilson 4760 

Nov. 23 St. Luke's Hospital 4761 

Nov. 23 Howard Burtis 4762 

Nov. 23 L. D. Rose 4763 

Nov. 23 W. L. Schokey 4764 

Nov. 23 Ridenour-Raymond G. Co.. 4765 

Nov. 23 Times Job Rooms 4766 

Nov. 23 Teller Co. Mg. Supply Co... 4767 

Nov. 23 Capt. Charles B. Lewis 476S 

Nov. 23 Union Pacific R. R. Co 4769 

Nov. 23 Spratlin & Anderson 4770 

Nov. 23 Fashion Bd., Livery & S. S.4771 

Nov. 23 Denver City Troop 4772 

Nov. 23 Sherman M. Bell 4773 

Nov. 23 C. H. Colwell 4774 

Nov. 23 Capitol Hill Stables 4775 

Nov. 23 Geo. *F. Bloomfield 4776 

Nov. 23 Jos. Baldouf 4777 

Nov. 23 C. B. & W. R. Eaton. 1778 

Nov. 23 Postal Tel. Cabie Co 4779 

Nov. 23 Denver Viscol Agency 4780 

Nov. 23 Davis Bridaham Drug Co..47Sl 

Nov. 23 M. Judd 4782 

Nov. 23 John P. Lowers & Son 4783 

Nov. 23 Frank M. Reardon 47S4 

Nov. 23 The Knight-Locke Piano Co. 4785 

Nov. 23 Dennis Kelly 47-'J 

Nov. 23 F. N. Jo Hantgen 47S7 

Nov. 23 Frank Arnold 47SS 

23 John E. Smith 4789 



Amount 


For What Purpose 


40.00 


Books 


120.00 


Liverv 


75.00 


Supplies 



194.75 Milk 

228.60 Beef 

- 70 Meals 

2S2.93 Supplies 

21.00 Bridles 

14.20 Hospital charges 

7.23 Milk 

15.00 Milk 

122.35 Drugs 

1,185.10 Groceries 

21.75 Printing 

5.50 Supplies 

v .75 Expenses 

91.92.. Freight 

518.72 Groceries 

60.00 Livery 

956.00 Livery 

24.15 Court cost 

86.00 Livery 

172.00 Livery 

106.00 Livery 

44.00 Livery 

. 26.37 Supplies 

24.18 Telegrams 

30.00 Viscol 

34.58 Drugs 

10.25 Meals 

.80 Supplies 

30.60 Supplies 

266.75 Supplies 

563.90 Shoes 

5.05 Repairs 

40.00 Livery 

130.00 Drugs 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OP CERTIFICATES OP INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. 



Nov. 23 Privett Brothers 4790 

Nov. 23 Charles Mulock 4791 

Nov. 23 The Altman Water Co 4792 

Nov. 23 Republican Publishing Co.. 4793 

Nov. 23 S. C. Stumpff 4794 

Nov. 23 Victor Lumber & Tim. Co.. 4795 

Nov. 23 Swinton-Moore Merc. Co... 4796 

Nov. 23 The Depot Pharmacy 4797 

Nov. 23 The Denver Post 4798 

Nov. 23 Colo. Spgs. .& C. C. D. R. C.4799 

Nov, 27 Depot Hotel, Colo. Spgs.... 4800 

Nov. 27 Bloom & Le Roy 4801 

Nov. 27 Flint-Lomax Elec. M. Co.. 4802 

Nov. 27. The May Clothing Co 4803 

Nov. 27 Tomkins Hdw. Supply Co.. 4804 

Nov. 27 Colo. & Southern Ry. Co.... 4805 

Nov. 27 A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co 1806 

Nov. 27 Colo. Trading & Trans. Co.. 4807 

Nov. 27 Manitou Mineral Spgs. Co.. 4808 

Nov. 27 Brown Palace Hotel 4809 

Nov. 27 Denver Photo Material Co.. 4810 

Nov. 27 D. J. Nicholls 4811 

Nov. 27 B. E. Collins 4812 

Nov. 27 Cooper & Powell Furn. Co.. 4813 

Dec. 1 Frederick W. Gross 4814 

Dec. 1 Howard Burtis 4815 

Dec. 1 Col. F. E. Kimball 4816 

Dec. 1 Victor Grocery Co. (issued 

in lieu of Cer. 4689) 4817-4818 



Dec.1-16 F. W. Gross 4819-4850 

Dec. 18 The Glauber Beer Co 4851 

Dec. 18 Ordway, S. & A. Gro. Co.... 4852 

Dec. 18 S. D. Crump 4853 

Dec. 19 John P. Doyle 4854 

Dec. 21 Denver Photo Material Co.. 4855 

Dec. 21 Sylvanus Hynes 4856 

Dec. 21 Howard Burtis 4857 

Dec. 21 Telluride E. L. & P. Co.... 4858 



Amount For What Purpose 

3.50 Drayage 

5.35 Transportation 

16.50.. Water 

1.20 Advertising 

85.00 Wood 

2,533.68 Supplies 

797.43 Provisions 

9.00 Drugs 

3.20 Advertising 

1,441.44 Transportation 

17.20 Quartermaster supplies 

1,264.95 Tobacco 

660.97. . .' Supplies, quartermaster 

9,082.13 Merchandise 

4,289.08 Hardware supplies 

178:77 Freight 

213.60 Freight 

2,969.73 Grain and coal 

42.00 Water 

10.50 Lodging 

4.50 Merchandise 

186.00 Livery 

11.00 Water 

340.50 Furniture 

32.60 Expenses 

8.00 Milk 

9.85 Merchandise 

4,087*07 Merchandise 

34,625.46 Military pay roll 

5,259.63 Merchandise 

2,354.16 Groceries 

1,000.00 Attorney fee 

682.50 Stenographer 

133.00 Merchandise 

19.95 Provisions 

10.50 Milk 

39.87 Supplies 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



i i 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1903 To Whom Issued No. Amount 



Dec. 21 Rio Grande Hotel 4759 

Dec. 21 Tomboy G. M. Co. (Ltd.).. .4860 

Dec. 21 M. A. Wood 4861 

Dec. 21 Colorado Telephone Co 4862 

Dec. 21 Out; West Ptg. Co 4863 

Dec. 21 J. F. McConnell & Co 4864 

Dec. 21 Anderson, Baisch & Co 4865 

Dec. 21 W. M. Randall 4866 

Dec. 21 Barnes & Co 4867 

Dec. 21 Seidomridge Brothers 4868 

Dec. 21 Tomkins-Hunt Hdw. Co 4869 

Dec. 21 A. L. Warren 4870 

Dec. 21 O. Bever 4871 

Dec. 21 Colo. Packing & Prov. Co... 4872 

Dec. 21 P. F. Brockway 4873 

Dec. 21 E. B. Griddle 4874 

Dec. 21 E. N. Lavender 4875 

Dec. 21 Alex. Greig 4876 

Dec. 21 Frank Manmey 4877 

Dec. 21 M. E. Criswell 4878 

Dec. 21 Depot Hotel Co 4879 

Dec. 21 C. E. Kracan 4880 

Dec. 21 Bateman Hardware Co 4881 

Dec. 21 Globe Express Co 4882 

Dec. 21 Telluride Transfer Co 4883 

Dec. 21 Sherman M. Bell 4884 



For What Purpose 

18.00 Meals 

14.10 Board 

455.09 Hay and feed 

18.45 Telephoning 

8.89 Stationery 

15.00 Teams 

26.50 Merchandise 

154.83 Merchandise 

98.04 Lumber 

18.72 e Livery 

389.27 Merchandise 

13.50 Merchandise 

16.50 Wood 

656.65 Provisions 

24.85 Meals 

1.50 Hotel 

71.61 Hay 

2.70 Drugs 

07.33 Meals 

30.00 Livery 

8.00 Coffee 

125.52 Merchandise 

5.25 Knives 

124.60 Express 

220.95 Drayage 

16.719.00 Clothing 



1904 
Jan. 5-6 F. W. Gross 4885-4911 $54,447.15 Military pay roll 



Jan. 8 K. M. Jennings 4912 

Jan. S Leron Henry 4913 

Jan. 8 R. M. Handy 4914 

Jan. S Globe Express Co 4915 

Jan. 8 Alex. Greig 4916 

Jan. 8 Glauber Beer Co 4917 

Jan. 8 Ella Gold Mining Co 4918 

Jan. 8 Ford O. & S. I Co 4919 

Jan. 8 Ev.-art Horse & Pony Co.... 4920 



35.00 Milk 

27.45 House rent 

19.37 Boxes 

36.30 Express 

1,417.07 Commissary supplies 

722.00 Commissary supplies 

104.12 Provisions 

32. 85 Instruments 

* 
4.20 Livery 



78 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Jan. 8 T. H. Dunbar 4921 

Jan. 8 T. C. Dobbins 4922 

Jan. 8 Mike Driver 1923 

Jan. 8 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 4924 

Jan. 8 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co.. 49:," 

Jan. 8 Denver Ex. & Trans. Co.... 4926 

Jan. 9 Colorado Telephone Co 4927 

Jan. 9 Geo. A. Clarke 4928 

Jan. 9 Chapson & Reeves 4929 

Jan. 9 O. Bever 4930 

Jan. 9 Otto Brander 4901 

Jan. 9 Mrs. Fred G. Babcock 4932 

Jan. 9 Barnes & Co 4933 

Jan. 9 American Globe Co 4934 

Jan. 9 Drs. Allen and Hadley 4935 

Jan. 9 Anderson-Baisch & Co 4936 

Jan. 9 M. A. Wood 4937 

Jan. 9 Joe Wilkinson 4938 

Jan. 9 Wells. Fargo Ex ...4909 

Jan. 9 John M. Wagner 4940 

Jan. 9 W.' B. Van Atta 4941 

Jan. 9 Tomkins-Hunt Hdw. Co. ...4942 

Jan. 9 Telluride Power Co 1943 

Jan. 9 Telluride Transfer Co 4944 

Jan. 9 Telluride E. L. & P. Co 4945 

Jan. 9 G. W. Tallman 4946 

Jan. 9 Mrs. E. C. Strouse 4947 

Jan. 9 Fred Shores 4948 

Jan. 9 Segerberg & Co 4949 

Jan. 9 Chas. Roden 4950 

Jan. 9 Rio Grande Hotel Co 4951 

Jan. 9 Rittmaster & Conner 4952 

Jan. 9 W. M. Randall 4953 

Jan. 9 Prowitt Pharmacy Co 4954 

Jan. 9 James Murray 1955 

Jan. 9 Frank Maumey 4956 

Jan. 9 Capt. F. W. Lomax 4957 



Amount For What Purpose 

1,487.36 Groceries 

17.50 House rent 

81.00 Drayage 

1.877.69 Transportation 

6.00 Livery 

3.75 Drayago 

2190 Telephoning 

24.50 Supplies 

L50.93 Meats 

2.75 Wood 

50.00 Rent, store room 

38.00 Apples 

320.30 Lumber 

352.00 Gloves 

25.00 Hospital rent 

117.10 Drugs 

192.G9 Hay and grain 

1.50 Services 

37.39 Express 

4.50 Drayage 

660.58 Merchandise 

428.09 Stoves 

782.79 Lumber 

380.10 Co, 1 1 a nd drayage 

108.58 Supplies 

9. CO Water 

16.50 Supplies 

31.50 Apples 

47.00 Room rent 

136.00 Hay 

15.75 Meals 

111.00 Supplies 

1.181.33 Moats 

4.80 Drugs 

103.20 Tobacco 

389.00 Meals 

Expenses 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING- NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 



1904 


To Whom I.ssui 


ed 




No. 


Amount 


For What Purpose 




9 
9 


E. N. Lavender... 
C. E. Kracan 






.4958 
.4959 


93 


Hav 


Jan. 


716.79 


Commissary supplies 


Jan. 


9 


W. H. Kistler 






.4960 


87.89 


Stationery 


Jan. 


9 


Globe Express Co 






. . 1961 


281.10 


Express 


Jan. 


9 


Ordway, Snow & 


Addison. 


.4962 


90.00 


Commissary supplies 


Jan. 


9 


Sherman M. Bell. 




..4963-4964 


•U74.00 


Diver j' 



Jan. 12 G. E. Ady & Co 4965 

Jan. 12 Wm. Banks 4966 

Jan. 12 John Carter 4967 

Jan. 12 Araer. Dist. Tel. Co 496S 

Jan. 12 Card & Weber Mach. Co.... 4969 

Jan. 12 Flint-Lomax E. & M. Co... 4970 

Jan. 12 Geo. S. Estrum 4971 

Jan. 12 Franktown CreanVy Depot.. 4972 

Jan. 12 Fairley Bros. & Fairley. . . .4973 

Jon. 12 S. F. Eaton 4974 

Jan. 12 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 4975 

Jan. 12 Denver Gas & Elec. Co 4976 

Jan. 12 Denver City Tramway Co.. 4977 

Jan. 12 J. N. Counter 4978 

Jan. 12 Denver Union Water Co.... 4979 

Jan. 12 Den. City and Co. Hosp. ...4980 

Jan. 12 Colo. Midland Ry. Co 10S1 

Jan. 12 Colo. Fuel & Iron Co 4982 

Jan. 12 Colo. Typewriter Exeh 4983 

Jan. 12 Colo. Stage & Trans. Co.... 4984 

Jan. 12 W. C. Cannon 1985 

Jan. 12 Camnbell-Sells Baking- Cn.. 49S6 

Jan. 12 Brown Palace Hotel 1987 

Jan. 12 Canon City Hotel Co 4988 

Jan. 12 Capitol Hill Tailoring Co.... 4989 

Jan. 12 Adams Express Co 4990 

Jan. 12 Bushnell House 1991 

Jan. 12 Gus L. Bing 4992 

Jan. 12 A. J. Beckwith 4993 

Jan. 12 Den. Omnibus & Cab Co... 1994 

Jan. 12 West. Union Tel. Co. . .4995-4996 



29.5S Hay 

3.00 Labor 

4.00 Labor 

1.95 Telephoning 

2.92 Repairs 

1,064.51 Electric supplies 

7.70 Meals 

1.80 Milk 

125.00 Caskets 

10.25 Gasoline 

8,477.40 Freight 

49.45 Light 

100.00 Transportation 

32.38 Boxes 

40.20 "... Water 

5.00 Nurse 

1,208.70 Freight 

16.75 Coal 

75.00 Stenographer 

263.75 Livery 

52.80 Meals 

103.25 Bread 

1,930.60 Hotel expenses 

9.00 Meals 

20.45 Tailoring 

1.109.12 Express 

4.50 Meals 

11.85 Expenses 

12.71 Groceries 

248.50 Livery 

35.33 Telegrams 



so 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHEWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 

1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Jan. 12 Wandell & Lowo 1997 

Jan. 12 Geo. Tritch Hdw. Co 499S 

Jan. 12 H. C. Smith 1999 

Jan. 12 Ma.% E. Smith 5000 

Jan. 12 Rocky Mountain Fuel Co.. 5001 

Jan. 12 Rio Grande So. Ry. Co 5002 

Jan. 12 Spaulding House 5003 

Jan. 12 Silver State Laundry 5004 

Jan. 12 New St. James Hotel 5005 

Jan. 12 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 5006 

Jan. 12 Ft. Collins Coal, I.. & T 5007 

Jan. 12 D. Reed 5008 

Jan. 12 W. F. Ridenour 5009 

Jan. 12 Remington Typewriter Co.. 5010 

Jan. 12 Pacific Express Co 5011 

Jan. 12 MePhee & McGinnity. ..... .5012 

Jan. 12 Pueblo & Sub. T. & L. Co.. 5013 

Jan. 12 Mai. H. M. Randolph 5014 

Jan. 12 Mrs. Hattie Morris 5015 

Jan. 12 Midland Terminal Ry. Co... 5016 

Jan. 12 John P. Lowers Sons 5017 

Jan. 12 Bert Lomax „5018 

Jan. 12 Loveland L. H. & P. Co.... 5019 

Jan. 12 Geo. F. Libby, M. D 5020 

Jan. 12 Lacombe Electric Co 5021 

Jan. 12 Lamar Light & Power Co.. 5022 

Jan. 12 A. C. Lash 5023 

Jan. 12 Knight-Locke Piano Co 5024 

Jan. 12 Southern Hotel 5025 

Jan. 12 Kennicott-Pattison T. Co.. 5026 

Jan. 12 Johnson Bros. Livery 5027 

Jan. 12 Hoyt-Wamoch Furn. Co 5028 

Jan. 12 Earl D. Hogbin 5029 

Jan. 12 Houston Lum. & Hdw. Co.. 5030 

Jan. 12 Fred Harvey 5031 

Jan. 12 Addie Girtdings 5032 

J. m. 12 J. J. Grier 5033 



2.50 Drayage 

58.35 Stoves 

5.45 Services 

18.00 Labor 

12.75 Fuel 

193.91 Freight 

8.05 Meals 

Laundry 

Board 

36.00 Printing 

2.50 Drayage 

4.00 Drayage 

i Glass and glazing 

1.00 Express charges 

1 ,198.83 Expressage 

16.98 Material 

10.25 Light 

44.05 Expenses 

10.00 Board 

577.75 Freight 

.40 Supplies 

5.00 Labor 

35.00 Electrical supplies 

10.00 Professional services 

33.45 Light 

15.21 Light 

1.25 Drayage 

21.00.. .Instrument and expressage 

13.50 Board and lodging 

24.50 Drayage 

10.00 Hearse 

15.50 Funeral director 

6.00 Labor 

4. 52 Lumber 

8.15 Coffee 

12.00 Stove 

14.00.... Coffee 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



81 



STATEMENT 



Amount 
2,391.50 


For What Purpose 


59.60 


Plumbing 



showing issue: of certificates of indebtedness for two 

YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Jan. 12 Glauber Beer Co 5034 

Jan. 12 Fullman Bros 5035 

Jan. 12 Florence & C. C. R. R. Co.. 5036 

Jan. IS Major H. M. Randolph 5037 

Jan. IS Bloom and Le Roy 5038 

Jan. 18 Col. Burt B. Bloom 5039 

Jan. 21 J. C. Anderson and Co 5040 

Jan. 21 Anderson-Baisch and Co — 5041 

Jan. 21 O. Bever 5042 

Jan. 21 Barnes and Company 5043 

Jan. 21 Colo. Telephone Co 5044-5045 

Jan. 21 A. F. Cummings 5046 

Jan. 21 Capers and Helwig 5047 

Jan. 21 Chapson and Reeves 504S 

Jan. 21 Colo. Stage & Transf. Co.... 5049 

Jan. 21 W. W. Cramer 5050 

Jan. 21 Globe Express Co 5051 

Jan. 21 Glauber Beer Co 5052 

Jan. 21 A. D. Downey & Co 5053-5054 

Jan. 21 Den. Omnibus and Cab Co.. 5055 

Jan. 21 Mike Driver 5056 

Jan. 21 Campbell-Sell Baking Co.... 5057 

Jan. 21 Chas. Kresham 5058 

Jan. 21 J. B. Luke 5059 

Jan. 21 John Lauter 5060 

Jan. 21 C. E. Kracan 5061 

Jan. 21 J. F. McConnell and Co 5062 

Jan. 21 Frank Maurney 5063 

Jan. 21 A. J. Nieholls and Co 5064 

Jan. 21 Pueblo and Sub. Trac. Co... 5065 

Jan. 21 W. M. Randall 5066 

Jan. 21 Dr. J. R. Robinson 5067 

Jan. 21 J. A. Stuart and Co 506S 

Jan.. 21 Rittmaster and Conner 5069 

Jan. 21 Tomkins-Hunt Hdwr. Co. ...5070 

Jan. 21 St. Francis Hospital 5071 

Jan. 21 Telluride Transfer Co 5072 



116.35 Transportation 

37.00 Expense 

220.75 ■ Tobacco 

11.7" Expense 

2.00 Merchandise 

64.86 Merchandise 

5.25 Wood 

3.40 Window 

173.15 Service 

95.53 Service 

10.50 Horseshoeing 

146.34 Coal 

1S2.35 Meat 

28. 7S Livery 

19.10 Tobacco 

756.00 Expressage 

10.40 Merchandise 

42.00 Team hire 

58.50 Drayage 

94.50 Bread 

155.65 Board and lodging 

4.00 Services 

13.50 Milk 

132.62 Groceries 

6.00 Teaming 

7.90 Meals 

245.00 Groceries 

20.00 Light 

378.12 Produce 

56.00 Professional services 

140.00 Plumbing 

168.70 Merchandise 

177.48 Hardware 

Board and Lodging 

146. 40 ... : Drayage 



82 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
VI'ARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



Date 

1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Jan. 21 City of Telluride 5073 

Jan. 21 Tomboy Gold Mines Co., Ltd. 5074 

Jan. 21 W. B. Van Attn 5075 

Jan. 21 Journal Pub. Co 507G 

Jan. 21 H. H. Walrod and Co 5077 

Jan. 21 Globe Express Co 5078 

Jan. 21 A. L. Warren 5079 

Jan. 21 Wells, Farg-o and Co., Ex... 5080 

Jan. 21 W. H. Kistler Staty. Co 5081 

Jan. 21 Telluride Power Co 5082 

Jan. 21 Young" Bros, and Co 5083 

Jan. 25 Victor Grocery Co 5084-5086 

Jan. 25 M. C. Lilley and Co 5087 

Jan. 25 May Clothing Co 

Jan. 25 Midland Terminal Ry. Co. 

Jan. 25 Morrell Hardware Co 5090 

Jan. 25 J. H. Myers 5091 

Jan. 25 News-Times Pub. Co 5092 

Jan. 25 Julius Ortman 5093 

Jan. 25 Postal Telegraph Co 5094 

Jan. 25 M. S. Martin 5095 

Jan. 25 Dr. R. T. Ramsey 509G 

Jan. 25 Republican Pub. Co 5097 

Jan. 25 Rio Grande Hotel Co 5098 

Jan. 25 L. D. Rose 5099 

Jan. 25 C. M. Scribner 5100 

Jan. 25 St. Francis Hospital 

Jan. 25 F. C. Thompson ..5102 

Jan. 25 J. P. Schermerhorn 5103 

Jan. 25 Spalding House 5104 

Jan. 25 Simonton-Moore Gro. Co 5105 

Jan. 25 J. E. Smitb's Pharmacy 510G 

Jan. 25 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 5107 

Jan. 25 J. W. Spielman 5108 

Jan. 25 Shilling Dry Goods Co 5109 

Jan. 25 Drs. W. B. Southerl'd and Son 5110 

Jan. 25 A. F. Snyder 5111 



Amount 

136.87. 

108.50. 

28.00. 



For What Purpose 

Drayage 

Horse feed 

Merchandise 

Printing 



134.21 Groceries 

159.00 Expressage 

1.25 Flag pole 

57.15 Expressage 

565.13 Supplies 

63.25 Supplies and meals 

314.89 Horse feed 

852.72 Merchandise 

72.28 Flags 

3,444.00 Clothing 

3,145.69 Transportation 

48.03 Supplies 

343.00 Supplies 

1.40 Publication 

6.50 Board 

1.60 Telegrams 

5.00 Livery 

15.00 Professional services 

90 Publication 

26.25 Board and rooms 

7.50 Milk 

9.00 Stage fare 

119.25 Board and lodging 

18.00 Board and lodging 

Meals 

2.10 Meals 

283.10 Supplies 

1,403.85 Medical supplies 

55.25 Printing 

251.40 Milk 

1.75 Merchandise 

20.00 Professional services 

Repairs 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 






STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No 



lier Co. Min. & Sup. Co.. 5112 
-itch Hardware Co... 5113 

Jar.. 25 Union Pacific R. R. Co 5114 

Jar.. 25 Union Hotal 5115 

Jan. 25 United States Express Co...511G 

Jan. 25 Victor Lumber & Timber Co. 5117 

Jar.. 25 City of Victor 5118 

- James L. Wallace 5119 

Jan. 25 D. W. Walsh 5120 

25 Western Packing Co 5121 

Jan. 25 Western Union Tel. Co 5122 

Jan. 25 James AVise 5123 

Jan. 25 Oscar Williams 5121 

Jan. 25 Dr. H. B. Whitney 51:5 

Jan. 25 W.. S. S. & H. P. Stage Co..5126 

Jan. 25 Western Union Tel. Co 5127 

Jan. 25 D. Kelly 512 

Jan. 26 Smith & Downs 5130 

Jan. 26 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 5131 

Jan. 26 J. E. Smith's Pharmacy 5132 

Jan. 26 Shocky. druggist 5133 

Jan. 26 Simonton-Moore Merc. Co... 5134 

Jan. 26 Frederick W. Lienan 5135 

Jan. 26 Geo. A. Clark 5136 

Jan. 26 Cooper Mountain Cattle Co.. 5137 

Jan. 26 Colorado Telephone Co 513S 

Jan. 26 B. & M. R. R. R. in Neb.... 5139 

Jan. 26 J. M. Watts Merc. Co 5140 

Jan. 26 Western Union Tel. Co 5141 

Jan. 26 J. M. Watts Merc. Co. ....... .5142 

Jan. 26 Martin , & Skinner 5143 

Jan. 26 W. E. Dingman 5144 

Jan. 26 St. Francis Hospital 5145 

Jan. 26 Dr. Charles P. Burns 5146 

Jan. 26 A.. T. & S. F. Ry. Co 5147 

Jan. 26 Edward O. Russell 514S 

Jan. 26 Shockey. druggist 5149 



Amount For What Purpose 

- - Supplies 

75 Merchandise 

Transportation 

:- Board and lodging 

7 ' Expressage 

326.33 Lumber 

649.74 Water 

15.75 Professional services 

25 Q. M. Chests 

157.39 Meat 

10.91 Telegrams 

Livery 

8.00 Livery 

6.00 Professional services 

12.00 Stage fare 

Services 

4G8.00 Shoes 

15. 00 Professional services 

30.00 Printing 

13.40 Drugs 

258.95 Drugs 

51.25 Bread 

230.00 Services 

113.50 Meals 

77.42 Meat 

76.00 Services 

55 Transportation 

1.543.55 Merchandise 

H-32 Services 

1-214.65 Groceries 

197.83 Cigars and tobacco 

16.00 Tobacco 

144>65 Board and lodging 

Professional services 

157.52 Freight 

270.00 Services 

Drugs 



84 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 

YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 



To Whom Issued No. 

Jan. 26 Shilling Dry Goods Co 5150 

Jan. 26 Tomkins H. &<S. Co.... 5151-5152 

Jan. 26 Phipps & Gillpatrick 5153 

Jan. 26 Postal Telegraph Co 5154 

Jan. 26 Prowitt Pharmacy Co 5155 

Jan. 26 Phipps & Gillpatrick Co 5156 

Jan. 26 A. E. Willsher 5157 

Jan. 26 Col. W. C. Newell 5158 

Jan. 26 Jack Crowley 5159 

Jan. 26 A. J. Nicholls & Co 5100 

Jan. 26 Morrell Hardware Co 5161 

Jan. 26 May Clothing Co 5162 

Jan. 26 Midland Terminal Ry. Co... 5163 

Jan. 26 H. G. Moore Merc. Co 5164 

Jan. 26 John H. Myers 5165-5166 

Jan. 26 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 5167 

Jan. 26 Hardier-Mosier M. Co... 5168-5169 

Ian. 26 Florence & C. C. R. Co 5170 

Jan. 26 J. Nieman 5171 

Jan. 26 D. & R. G. R. Co 5172 

Ian. 26 Colo. Trading & T. Co. . .5173-5174 

Jan. 26 C. C. Coal & Trans. Co 5175 

Jan. 26 C. S. & C. C. D. R. Co 5176 

Jan. 26 E. N. Lavender 5177 

Jan. 26 F. W. Lomax 5178 

Jan. 26 Henry C. Teether 5179 

Jan. 26 C. H. Frary 5180 

Jan. 26 Colo. Springs Gazette Co 5181 

Jan. 26 Geo. W. Sheck 5182 

Feb. 5 F. W. Gross 5183-5197 

Feb. 5 Dennis Kelly 5198 

Feb. 6 B. E. Collins 5199 

Feb. 6 M. E. Herrick 5200 

Feb. 6 Ivy Laundry 5201 

Feb. 6 Dr. W. Holmquist 5202 

Feb. 6 C. E. Harlow 5203 

Feb. 6 W. T. Hamilton 5204 



Amount For What Purpose 

4.40 Merchandise 

122.71 Merchandise 

1,884.61 Meats 

31.04 Telegrams 

4.10 Drugs 

638.19 Groceries 

144.50 Board and lodging 

100.00 Horse 

90.00 Meals 

232.50 Groceries 

8.20 Supplies 

1,520.00. Clothing 

280.22 Transportation 

356.08 Groceries 

134.70 Supplies 

26.30 Printing 

684.53 Groceries 

1S1.96 Transportation 

80.00 Horse hire 

1,284.86 Transportation 

1,758.43 Fuel and supplies 

36.00 Services 

823.46 Transportation 

68.50 Team hire 

68.50 Expenses 

15.00 Expenses 

49.25 Labor and material 

75 Publication 

125.04 Horse clothing 

1G,578.49 Military pay roll 

74.50 Shoes 

2.00 Water 

3.75 Milk 

1. 20 Laundry 

25.00 Professional services 

5.00 Musical instrument 

30.00 Nurse 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



85 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No 



Feb. 6 Harder-Mosier M. Co 5205 

Feb. 6 Globe Express Co 5206 



Feb. 
Feb! 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



6 Gold Belt Cons. Elec. Co.... 5207 

6 Golden Cycle Mfg. Co 5208 

6 H. W. Gibbons 5209 



6 Florence & C. C. R. R. Co... 5210 

6 Adam T. Fitzell 5211 

6 Enterprise Pub. Co 5212 

6 C. E. Wood 5213 

6 Altman Water Co 5214 

6 C. & S. R. Co 5215 

Feb. 6 Remington Typewriter Co.. 5216 

Feb. 6 El Paso Cons. Mfg. Co 5217 



Feb 
Feb 



6 A., T. & S. F. R. Co. (can- 
celed June 20, 1904) 521S. 



5219 
5220 

6 A. G. Bowman 5221 

6 H. Bowles 5222 



6 C. S. & C. C. D. R. Co 

Feb. 6 Herman Brass 

Feb 
Feb 



Feb. 6 J. M. Brown 5223 

Feb. 6 Cripple Creek Times 5224 

Feb. 6 C. S. Davisson & Co 5225 

Feb. 6 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 5226 

Feb. 6 Cooper Mt. Cattle Co 5227 

Feb. 6 Colo. Midland Ry. Co 5228 

Feb. 6 L. Dubbs 5229 

Feb. 6 C. B. & W. R. Eaton 5230 

Feb. 6 J. Durbin Surg. & D. S. Co. 5231 

Feb. 6 Bur. & Mo. Riv. R. R. in Neb.5232 

Feb. 6 Campbell-Sell Baking Co.. 5233 

Feb. 6 Capitol Hill Tailoring Co.. 5234 

Feb. 6 Central Drug Co 5235 

Feb. 6 Colo. Telephone Co 5236 

Mar. 7 F. W. Gross 5237-5255 

Mar. 8 M. A. Wood 5256-5257 

Mar. 10 F. G. Babcock 525S 

Mar. 10 Thomas Brown 5259 



Amount For What Purpose 

1,495.51 Supplies 

5.40 Expressage 

7.20 Supplies 

101.60 Supplies 

17.50 Expenses 

2,089.85 Transportation 

48.25 Horse shoeing 

1.50 Printing 

25.00 Printing 

20.00 Water 

1,514.02 Transportation 

89.75 Supplies 

822.52 Supplies 

1.M4.50 Freight 

6.00 Meals 

15.50 Fuel 

5.00 Services 

91.00 Meals 

14.30 Printing 

62.50 Rent 

1,563.94 Transportation 

182.79 Beef 

971.24 Transportation 

20.00 Board and lodging 

6.10 Supplies 

3.00 Merchandise 

6.30 Transportation 

41.58 Supplies 

50.00 Repairing 

1.S0 Supplies 

912.15 Telephoning 

24,064.63. .' Military pay roll 

663.91 Provisions 

431.99 Provisions 

150.00 Teaming 



86 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued 
Date 
1904 



To "Whom Issued No. 

Mar. 10 F. W. Jo. Hautgen 5260 

Mar. 10 A. C. Montgomery 5261 



Mar. 10 II. M. Randolph 5262 

Mar. 10 Burt B. Bloom 5263 

Mar. 10 H. M. Randolph 5264 

Mar. 10 Colo. Gro. & Pro. Co 5265 

Mar. 10 A. J. Nichols & Co 5266 

Mar. 11 Mrs. Albert W r ood 5267 

Mar. 11 John Videen 5268 

Mar. 11 Telluride Transfer 5269 

Mar. 11 Telluride Power Co 5270 

Mar. 11 Tomboy Gold Mines 5271 

Mar. 11 J. St. Clair 5272 

Mar. 11 A. C. Montgomery 5273 

Mar. 11 St. Francis Hospital 5274 

Mar. 11 Geo. F. Schatlinger 5275 

Mar. 11 Gus Robinson 527G 

Mar. 11 D. Reed 5277 

Mar. 11 W. M. Randall 5278 

Mar. 11 R. N. Rogers 5279 

Mar. 11 Rittmaster & Conners 52S0 

Mar. 11 A. Oldland & Co 5281 

Mar. 11 W. C. Martin 5282 

Mar. 11 May Shoe & Clothing Co.. 5283 

Mar. 11 John Lanten 5284 

Mar. 11 W. H. Kistler Staty. Co 5286 

Mar. 11 C. E. Kracan 5286 

Mar. 11 J. Jansen 5287 

Mar. 11 Leron Henry 5288 

Mar. 11 Harry P. Gamble 5289 

Mar. 11 Flint & Lomax E. and M. Co. 5290 

Mar. 11 E. A. Elder 5201 

Mar. 11 Mike Driver 5292 

Mar. 11 E. B. Criddle 5293 

Mar. 11 A. E. Cummings 5291 

Mar. 11 Clark Hotel 5295 

Mar. 11 Colo. Saddlery Co 5296 



Amount 

41.35. 

10.00. 

27.25. 

30.00. 

30.00. 
300.25. 
107.60. 



For What Purpose 

Expenses 

Services 

Expenses 

Horse hire 

Horse hire 

Merchandise 

Merchandise 



72.55 Provisions 

22.00 Repairing 

165.90 — Services and merchandise 

20.44 Meals 

38.00 Meals 

3.00 Milk 

15.00 Services 

98.00 Board and lodging 

71.40 Stenographer 

2.00 Services 

6.00 Teaming 

123.10 Provisions 

216.50 Divery 

82.50 Merchandise 

31.10 Freights 

75 Merchandise 

19.50 Merchandise 

2.40 Milk 

16.20 Supplies 

34.37 Groceries 

75.00 Repairing 

49.35 Rent 

22.19 Expenses 

13.00 Supplies 

19.50 Services 

12.00 Teaming 

2.00 Expenses 

220.95 Horseshoeing 

31.00 Meals 

44.00 Merchandise 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



81 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Mar. 11 Sherman M. Bell 5297 

Mar. 11 City of Telluride 5298 

Mar. 11 S. D. Crump 5299 

Mar. 11 Brown & Crain 5300 

Mar. 11 S. A. Barry 5301 

Mar. 11 J. H. Adams 5302 

Mar. 11 Anderson & Baisch 5303 

Mar. 11 Rittmaster & Connor 5304 

Mar. 11 J. M. Ruggl^s 5305 

Mar. 11 Randel Priest 5306 

Mar. 11 Old Homestead Bakery 5307 

Mar. 11 Lou Nielson 5308 

Mar. 11 Robert McCaughtry 5309 

Mar. 11 A. R. Mahr 5310 

Mar. 11 Frank Maumey 5311 

Mar. 11 E. N. Lavender 5312 

Mar. 11 F. W. Lomax 5313 

Mar. 11 Journal Pub. Co 5314 

Mar. 11 K. M. Jennings 5315 

Mar. 11 Mrs. Anna Hisey 5316 

Mar. 11 Glauber Beer Co 5317 

Mar. 11 John B. Goodman 5318 

Mar. 11 Alex Greig 5319 

Mar. 11 Ray M. Gale 5320 

Mar. 11 Flint, Lomax El. & Mfg Co. 5321 

Mar. 11 First National Bank, of 5322 

Mar. 11 Flor. & Crip. Ck. R. R. Co.. 5323 

Mar. 11 Hamilton & Fish 5324 

Mar. 11 E. E. Elliott & Son 5325 

Mar. 11 C. B. & W. R. Eaton 5326 

Mar. 11 Denver Ex. & Transfer Co.. 5327 

Mar. 11 Cudahy Packing Co 532S 

Mar. 11 Colorado Telephone Co "329 

Mar. 11 E. B. Criddle 5330-5331 

Mar. 11 Burl. & Mis'ri R. R. in Neb. 5332 

Mar. 11 Barnes & Co 5333 

Mar. 11 Atch., Topeka & S. Fe R. R.5334 



309.00. 

69.75. 
1,000.00. 

34.80. 
119.75. 

30.00. 

54.35. 



.... Pay roll 

— Services 

— Services 

— Material 
Hay 

Merchandise 
Merchandise 



1.15 Merchandise 

9.10 Labor 

1.50 Teaming 

208.00 Bread 

36.26 Coal and lumber 

4.50 Teaming 

15.00 Rent 

637.70 Meals 

29.00 Teaming 

30.00 Horse hire 

5.00 Printing 

37.20 Milk 

4.20 Meals 

125.00 Merchandise 

4.25 Expenses 

121.47 Provie 

Horse hire 

9.30 Services 

90.00 Rent 

139.16 Transportation 

30.00 Horse hire 

336.10 Board and lodging 

2.50 Printing 

3.00 Freight 

170.00 Merchandise 

Telephoning 

4.75 Expenses 

Transportation 

Building material 

- Transportation 



S8 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Mar. 11 Anderson, Baisch & Co 5335 

Mar. 11 Drs. Allen & Hadley 5336 

Mar. 11 Union Pacific R. R. Co 5337 



Mar. 11 E. E. White 5338 

Mar. 11 San Miguel Dairy Co 5339 

Mar. 11 Swift & Co 5340 

Mar. 11 H. A. Wenger 5341 

Mar. 11 Otto Brandes, by A. R. Mahr.5342 

Mar. 11 Young Bros. & Co 5343 

Mar. 11 Western Un. Telegraph Co. .5344 

Mar. 11 Tomkins-Hunt Hdw. Co 5345 

Mar. 11 Telluride Transfer Co 5346 

Mar. 11 Telluride Elec. Lgt. & P. Co. 5347 

Mar. 11 Denver & Rio Grande R. R..5348 

Mar. 11 Globe Express Co 5349 

Mar. 11 W. M. Randall 5350 

Mar. 11 C. E. Kracan 5351 

Mar. 12 F. W. Jo Hautgen 5352 

Mar. 12 John Walker 5353 

Mar. 12 Atch., Topeka & S. FeRy...5354 

Mar. 14 The Colorado Telephone Co. 5355 

Mar. 14 Burlington & Missouri R. R.5356 

Mar. 14 A. J. Beckwith, Gro. Co 5357 

Mar. 14 Colo. Midland Ry. Co 535S 

Mar. 14 Dr. B. F. Cunningham 5359 

Mar. 14 Colo. Electric Power Co 5360 

Mar. 14 Colo. Tent & Awning Co 5361 

Mar. 14 Colo. Southern Ry. Co. .5362-5363 

Mar. 14 Edw. C. Baker 5364 

Mar. 14 Bell & Gesell 5365 

Mar. 14 Altman Water Co 5366 

Mar. 14 J. E. Broadhead 5367 

Mar. 14 Adams Express Co 5368 

Mar. 14 May Clothing Co 5369 

Mar. 14 L. C. Moore 5370 

Mar. 14 E. L. Kimball 5371 

Mar. 14 James Kelly 



11.65 Merchandise 

"5.22 Rent 

33.95 Transportation 

37.50 Rent 

5.25 Milk 

26.25 Provisions 

9.40 Glass and glazing 

50.00 Rent 

91.00 Feed 

121.82 Sercvices 

138.15 Merchandise 

139.05 Coal and services 

316.91 Light 

737.28 Transportation 

26.60 Expressage 

1S5.51 Provisions 

68.25 Provisions 

252.90 Expenses 

377.76 Hay 

16.46 Transportation 

209.10 Telephone 

42.34 Transportation 

54.95 Groceries 

5.40 Transportation 

10.00 Professional services 

96.00 Lights 

145.35 Merchandise 

584.20 — Transportation and freight 

19.55 Expenses 

3.00 Ambulance 

12.50 W^ater 

7.00 Expense 

123.49 Expressage 

20.00 Merchandise 

208.50 Merchandise 

15.00 Merchandise 

3.00 Labor 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



89 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. 



Mar. 14 D. Kelly 5373 

Mar. 14 Ivy Laundry Co 5374 

Mar. 14 J. W. Hugus & Co 5375 

Mar. 14 Gold Belt Con. Electric Co.. 5376 

Mar. 14 Globe Express Co 5377 

Mar. 14 Frees & Hill Lumber Co.... 5378 

Mar. 14 Flint & Lomax E. & M. Co.. 5379 

Mar. 14 C. S. Davisson 5380 

Mar. 14 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co.. 5381 

Mar. 14 C. C. Cole 5382 

Mar. 14 Colo. Electric Power Co 5383 

Mar. 14 Colo. Tradg. & Transfer Co. 5384 

Mar. 14 Cooper-Powell Furn. Co — 5385 

Mar. 14 Crip. Ck. C. & Transit. Co. . .5386 

Mar. 14 City of Victor 5387 

Mar. 14 Pueblo & Sub. Trac. & L. Co. 5388 

Mar. 14 Old Homestead Bakery 5389 

Mar. 14 The Tomkins Hardware Co.5390 

Mar. 14 Rugby-Primrose Coal Co... 5391 

Mar. 14 Western Un. Telegraph Co.. 5392 

Mar. 14 W. Den. L. Stk. Auc. & C. Co. 5393 

Mar. 14 Windsor Livery 5394 

Mar. 14 Wandell & Lowe 5395 

Mar. 14 Victor Lum. & Timber Co... 5396 

Mar. 14 Victor Sewer Co 5397 

Mar. 14 Union Pacific Ry. Co 5398 

Mar. 14 Tomkins Hardware Co 5399 

Mar. 14 J. T. Tucker & Co 5400 

Mar. 14 John E. Smith's Pharmacy. 5401 

Mar. 14 Shockey, The Druggist 5402 

Mar. 14 St. Nicholas Hospital 5403 

Mar. 14 J. W. Spielman 5404 

Mar. 14 Al Shore 5405 

Mar. 14 Straub Mountain 5406 

Mar. 14 The Simonton-Moore M. Co. 5407 

Mar. 14 Schille Bros. & Moreland. .. .5408 

Mar. 14 Ridenour-Raymond Gro. Co. 5409 



Amount 


For 


What Purpose 


361.00 




Merchandise 


26.70 




Laundry 


7.20 




Merchandise 


13 75 






43.05 




Expressage 


94.59 




Building- material 



62.50 Supplies 

12.50 Rent 

6.00 Team hire 

2.50 Services 

112.30 Light 

1.116.39 Provisions 

209.30 Merchandise 

14.57 Hay and feed 

457.02 Water 

104.05 Light 

216.31 • Bread 

2,083.16 Hardware supplies 

5.00 Coal 

4. 98 Telegrams 

60.00 Horse feed 

3.00 Horse feed 

2.50 Teaming 

285.84 Building materials 

15.00 Rent 

5.00 Transportation 

4.60 Hardware supplies 

2S.60 Meals 

82.90 Drugs 

177..35 Medical supplies 

5.75 Board 

280.80 Milk 

45.00 Horse feed 

21.00 Milk 

97.40 Groceries 

70.00 Cigars 

21.45 Tobacco 



90 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

[ /ING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



SHOT 

Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Mar. 14 Joe Quinn 5410 

Mar. 14 L. D. Rose 5411 

Mar. 14 Western Un. Telegraph Co.. 5412 

Mar. 14 J. M. Watts Merc. Co* 5413 

Mar. 14 St. Francis Hospital 5414 

Mar. 14 Phipps & Gillpatrick 5415 

Mar. 14 Thos. McHugh 5416 

Mar. 14 Teller Co. Banner 5417 

Mar. 14 Rio Grande South. Ry. Co... 5418 

Mar. 14 Postal Telegraph Cable Co.. 5419 

Mar. 14 Midland Terminal R. R. Co.. 5420 

Mar. 14 McPhee & McGinnity 5421 

Mar. 14 Florence & Cripple Ck. Ry..5422 

Mar. 14 Den. & Rio Grande Ry. Co.. 5423 

Mar. 14 Colo. Midland Ry 5424 

Mar. 14 Colo. S. & C. C. D. R. ..5425-5426 

Mar. 14 John H. Myers 5427 

Mar. 19 J. M. Watts Merc. Co. . .5428-5430 

Mar. 31 F. W. Gross 5431 

Mar. CI F. W. Gross** 5432 

Mar. 31 F. W. Gross 5433-5437 

1 H. F. Keel 5438 

4 Jos. E. Kilduff 5439 

4 W. T. Kirkpatrick 5440 

4 J. W. Lane 5441 

1 Lynes & Cole 5442 

4 J. L. McHatton 5443 

4 Thos. J. Mitchell 5444 

4 S. E. Moyle 5445 

4 W. C. Newell 5446 

4 B. L. Nichols 5447 

4 F. A. Nichols 5448 

4 Ernest Oldland 5449 

4 E. J. Paxman 5450 

1 W. H. Pike 5451 

4 Grant Purcell 5452 



Amount 
40.00. 
13.50. 
4.10. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



For What Purpose 

Publication 

Milk 

. Telegraphic service 



139.85 Board and lodging 

1,131.67 Meats 

20.00 Drayage 

11.00 Printing 

1,508.30. . . . / Transportation 

31.72 Telegraphic service 

280.04 Transportation 

54.24 Lumber 

4,507.52 Freight . charges 

1,115.61 Transportation 

208.84 Transportation 

l,644.96Transportation and freightage 

107.20 Merchandise 

1,235.40 Supplies 

140.11 Military pay roll 

4,291.52 Military pay roll 

57.00 Horse hire 

57.00 '. . . Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

15.00 Horse hire 

37.00 Horse hire 

228.00 Horse hire 

76.00 Horse hire 

249.00 Horse hire 

65.00 Horse hire 

39.00 Horse hire 

114.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

39.00 Horse hire 



Cancels duplicates issued, Nos. 5428-5430. 
Cancels duplicates issued, Nos. 5943-5947. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



:)1 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



Date 

1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Apr. 4 Buster Rector 5453 

Apr. 4 J. W. Rector 5454 

Apr. 4 Lige Salmon 5455 

Apr. 4 C. M. Sheets 5456 

Apr. 4 H. P. Spurlock 5457 

Apr. 4 S. C. Stumpff 5458 

Apr. 4 Charles Thew 5459 

Apr. 4 W. O. Walden 5460 

Apr. 4 R. A. Went 5461 

Apr. 4 Willie Wear 5462 

Apr. 4 J. P. Wilcox 5463 

Apr. 4 Andy Wiseman 5464 

Apr. 4 Emmett Williams 5165 

Apr. 4 S. E. Wolcott 5166 

.\vr. 4 C. W. Wolfenberger 5167 

Apr. 4 Captol Hill Stables 5468 

Apr. 4 A. H. Adams 5469 

Apr. 4 Geo. E. Archer 5470 

Apr. 4 Frank Arnold 5471 

Apr. 4 Ed. Arnold 5472 

Apr. 4 Joseph Bagshaw 5473 

Apr. 4 Burt B. Bloom 5474 

Apr. 4 Jos. Boldauf 5475 

Apr. 4 Geo. F. Bloomfield 5476 

Apr. 4 Crip. Ck. Coal & Trans. Co. 5477 

Apr. 4 Colo. Trad. & Transfer Co.. 5478 

Apr. 4 C. H. Colwell 5479 

Apr. 4 W. A. Davis 54S0 

Apr. 4 Denver City Troop 5481 

Apr. 4 Eclipse Stables 5482 

Apr. 4 Art. Fairfax 5483 

Apr. 4 M. D. Greve 5484 

Apr. 4 Fashion Bdg\ L. & S. Stab.. 5485 

Apr. 4 John Gregory 5486 

Apr. 4 Geo. L. Green 5487 

Apr. 4 Fay Gorham 5488 

Apr. 4 A. Godfritzen 5489 



Amount 
96.00. 

117.00. 



For What Purpose 

Horse hire 

Horse hire 



114.00 Horse hire 

39.00 Horse hire 

345.00 Horse hire 

218.00 Horse hire 

114.00 Horse hire 

156.00 Horse hire 

192.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

192.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

79.00 Horse hire 

344.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

114.00 Horse hire 

174.00 Horse hire 

1 ,544.99 Supplies 

2,180.45 Supplies 

18.00 Horse hire 

134. no Horse hire 

842.35 Horse hire 

228.00 Horse hire 

159.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

134.00 Horse hire 

57.00 :Horse hire 

57.00 .Horse hire 

96.00 Horse hire 



92 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



Amount 


For What Purpose 


135.00 


Horse hire 


117.00 


Horse hire 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Apr. 4 H. S. Hart 5490 

Apr. 4 Henry Hosley., 5491 

Apr. 4 R. L. Hendron 5492 

Apr. 4 Jim Henry 5493 

Apr. 4 Geo. Hicks 5494 

Apr. 4 C. W. Hobock 5495 

Apr. 4 Thos. lies 5496 

Apr. 4 F. N. Jo. Hautgen 5497 

Apr. 4 J. M. Jones 5498 

Apr. 25 F. W. Gross 5499-5521 

Apr. 25 F. W. Gross* 5522 

May F. W. Gross 5523 

May 9 Glauber Beery 5524 

May 9 F. W. Gross 5525-5527 

May 12 Old Homestead 5528 

May 12 E. C. Howe 5529 

May 12 J. W. Rogers 5530 

May 12 W. M. Randall 5531 

May 12 Telluride Transfer Co 5532 

May 12 Leron, Henry : 5533 

May 12 Journal Pub. Co 5534 

May 12 Otto Brandes, by A. H. Mahr.5535 

May 12 Segerberg & Co 5536 

May 12 Anderson, Baisch & Co 5537 

May 12 J. R. Jennings 5538 

May 12 Brown & Crain 5539 

May 12 E. N. Lavender 5540 

May 12 Telluride Elec. & Power Co.5541 

May 12 Rio Grande-South. R. R. Co. 5542 

May 12 L. B. Dawson 5543 

May 12 Denver Rio Grande Ry. Co. 5544 

May 12 W. M. Randall 5545 

May 12 Telluride Elec. Lgt. & P. Co. 5546 

May 12 Geo. Tritch Hardware Co 5547 

May 12 Telluride Power Co 5548 



57.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

146.00 Horse hire 

57.00 Horse hire 

342.00 Horse hire 

129.65 Horse hire 

9.00 Horse hire 

23,829.89 Military pay roll 

574.56 Pay roll 

4,538.65 Military pay roll 

262.30 Bread 

950.00 Services 

1,124.00 Livery 

77.73 Groceries 

38.00 Services 

59.25 Rent 

34.45 Printing 

50.00 Rent 

754. 50 Meals 

27.55 Drugs 

26.40 Milk, 

22.35 Building material 

115.00 Provisions 

190.83 Light 

2,829.50 Transportation 

25.00 Services 

2,541.26 Transportation 

9.91 Groceries 

40.04 Light 

40.00 Merchandise 

35.05 Meals 



* Cancelled. Duplicates issued being Nos. 5948, 5949, 5950, 5951. 
Y Cancelled. Duplicates issued Nos. 5961 to 5984. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



93 



May 12 Oxford Hotel Co 5549 

May 12 Sherman M. Bell 5550-5551 

May 12 John Chase 5552 

May 12 Colo. S. & C. C. D. R. R. Co.5553 

May 12 Bodfish & Atherton 5554 

May 12 Colo. & Southern R. R. Co. 5555 

May 12 A. E. Willsher or H. H. Iland.5556 

May 12 W. R. Karr 5557 

May 12 Colo. Trad. & Transfer Co.. 5558 

May 12 Colo. Spgs. & C. C. D. Ry..5559 

May 12 American Glove Co 5560 

May 12 H. Johnson 5561 

May 12 Colo. Electric Co 5562 

May 12 Wm. A. Carter 5563 

May 12 John H. Myers 5564 

May 12 Spratlin & Anderson 5565 

May 12 Old Homestead 5566 

May 12 H. G. Moore Merc. Co 5567 

May 12 Midland Terminal Ry. Co...556S 

May 12 TV. H. Kistler Sta. Co 5569 

May 12 Florence & Cripple Creek 5570 

May 12 Den. & Rio Grande Ry. Co.. 5571 

May 12 Sherman M. Bell 5572-5573 

May 12 W. H. Kistler & Co 5574 

May 12 Geo. Tritch Hardware Co... 5575 

May 12 Wells Fargo & Co., express. 5576 

May 12 H. M. Randolph 5577 

May 12 Colo. Southern Ry. Co 557S 

May 12 Atch., Topeka & Santa Fe..5579 

May 12 Colo. & Wyoming Ry. Co...55S0 

June 4 F. W. Gross 5581-5595 

June 7 E. F. Mooney 5596 

June 7 H. M. Randolph... 5597 

June 7 Flint & Lomax 5598 

Jure 7 Ordway, Snow & Addison. .5599 

June 7 R. B. Barthel 5600 

June 7 Barnes & Co 5601 

June 7 Brown & Grain 5602-5603 

June 7 P. F. Brockway 5604 

June 7 General Sherman Bell 5605 



48.85 Meals 

2,524.00 Horses 

148.53 Expenses 

4S.13 Freightage 

125.00 .' Wood 

26.62 Transportation 

14.00 Meals 

22.00 Printing 

13.50 Services 

267.77 Transportation 

398.50 Gloves 

16.00 Services 

93.75 Light 

32.00 Services 

58.70 Stationery 

4.07 Merchandise 

77.90 Bread 

221.68 Groceries 

111.42 Transportation 

17.00 Printing 

83.14 Transportation 

63.91 Transportation 

2,872.00 Horses 

85.00 Merchandise 

43.35 Merchandise 

59.52 Express 

11.50 Expenses 

1,061.10 Transportation 

224.51 Transportation 

70.01 Freightage 

11,877.19 Military pay roll 

75.00 Services 

45.80 Expense 

120.50 Merchandise 

1,018.14 Groceries 

141.50 Services 

13.62 Lumber 

28.85 Services and repairs 

49.00 Meals 

627.00 Horse hire 



\u 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1904— Continued. 



No. 
.5606 
.5607 
.5608 



Date 
1904 To Whom Issued 

June 7 Cy Brick 

June 7 R. S. Ball 

June 7 Adams & Hilgenhaus. 

June 7 Dr. E. D. Allen 5609 

June 7 Drs. Allen & Hadley... 5610-5611 

June 7 Flint-Lomax Elec. Mfg. Co. 5612 

June 7 E. D. Allen, M. D 

June 7 American Glove Co 5614 

June 7 Anderson & Baisch 5615 

June 7 Drs. Allen & Hadley 5616 

June 7 Ray M. Gale 5617 

June 7 H. M. Randolph 

June 7 G. W. Suttles 5619 

June 7 Rio Grande Eating House.. 5620 

June 7 J. W. Rogers 5621 

June 7 Gus Robinson 5022 

June 7 Nichols & Fishers 5623 

June 7 Frank Maumey 5624-5G25 

June 7 E. F. Mooney 5626 

June 7 A. R. Mahr 5627 

June 7 E. McLain Merc. Co 5628 

June 7 Robt. McNay 5629 

June 7 R. J. Martin 5630 

June 7 E. Markey 5631 

June 7 Meeker Light H. & P. Co... 5632 

June 7 E. N. Lavender 5633 

June 7 John Lauter 5634 

June 7 La Veta Hotel 5635 

June 7 C. E. Kracan 5636 

June 7 K. M. Jennings 5637 

June 7 John A. Heinebaugh 5638 

June 7 F. B. Hockley 5639 

June 7 S. B. Hall 5640 

June 7 Geo. M. Havard 564] 

June 7 Geo. L. Hutton 5642 

June 7 Alex Gould 5643 

June 7 J. J. Grier, prop 5644 



Amount 

24.00. 

3S.50. 

137.33. 

7.50. 

66. GG. 

98.00. 

13.50. 

281.60. 



22.50. 

60.00. 

8.20. 

40.00. 



For What Purpose 

Rent 

Meals 

Groceries 

Services 

Hospital rent 

Supplies 

Services 

Gloves 

Drugs 

Professional services 

Horse hire 

Expenses 

Teaming 



44.50 Meals 

276.00 Horse hire 

6.00 Signs 

51.25 Horse feed 

808.33 Meals 

25.00 Meals 

15.00 Rent 

26.30 Oats and hay 

19.15 Meals 

67.35 Teaming 

5.00 Services 

162.05 Electrical appliances 

291.75 Rent 

19.65 Milk 

70.50 Board 

231.02 Groceries 

28.20 Milk 

7.00.. Meals 

58.86 Halters 

25.00 Rent 

29.40 Lumber 

236.60 Expressage 

14.10 Hay 

40.00 Meals 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose. 



June 7 I. L. Glenn 5645 

June 7 Alex Greig 5646 

June 7 First National Bank 5647 

June 7 T. B. Finch 564S 

June 7 Mrs. E. E. Elliott 5649 

June 7 W. R. Eaton 5650 

June 7 Rev. W. J. Bougartz 5651 

June 7 J. Durbin Surg. & D. S. Co.. 5652 

June 7 City of Telluride 5653 

June 7 Chippewa Tribe No. 49 5654 

June 7 Colo. Tent & Awning Co 5655 

June 7 W. C. Cannon 5'356 

June 7 Robert Bertie 5657 

June 7 City of Telluride 5658 

June 7 Otto Brandes 5650 

June 7 Gen. A. Clark 5660 

June 7 Colo. Midland Ry. Co 5661 

June 7 H. S- Harp 5662 

June 7 E. E. White 5663 

June 7 M. A. Wood 5664 

June 7 W. H. Walrod & Co 5665 

June 7 A. L. Warner 5666 

June 7 Buckeley Wells 5667 

June 7 R. E. Weant 5668 

June 7 Wandell & Lowe T. & S. Co. 5669 

June 7 Hilda Wolfram 5670 

June 7 M. A. Wood 5671 

June 7 H. A. Wenger 5672 

June 7 W. R. Vandewer 5673 

June 7 W. B. Van Atta 5674 

June 7 Telluride Power Co 5675-5676 

June 7 M. J. Thatcher 5677 

June 7 Segerberg & Co 567S 

June 7 Geo. F. Schottinger 5679 

June 7 J. A. Story 56S0 

. June 7 Stubbs & Jack way 5681 

June 7 J. A. Stuart & Co 5682-5683 



107.00 Services 

246.32 Groceries 

115.C0 Rent 

37.50 Horseshoeing 

495.S3 Meals 

7.00 Expenses 

10.00 Services 

5.00 Merchandise 

55.50 Teaming 

400.70 Rent 

9.75 Merchandise 

31.75 Meals 

6.75 Tobacco 

43.50 Teaming 

75.00 Rent 

108.90 Expenses 

2.02 Transportation 

271.90 Teaming 

35.00 : Rent 

2S8.12 Hay and oats 

36.17 Groceries 

4.70 Supplies 

7.20 Expressage 

62.50 Transportation 

7.50 Teaming 

11.00 Meals 

137.76 Hay and feed 

2.90 Glass 

336.57 Teaming 

195.00 Merchandise 

212.43 Meals and groceries 

22.50 Halters 

306.70 Meals 

165.40 Services 

141.50 Expenses 

13.SS Light 

30.00 Light 



96 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1901— Continued. 
Date 
1804 To Whom Issued No 



June 7 Laura Swinf ord 5684 

June 7 David Smith 5685 

June 7 E. R. R. Sanderson. 5686 

June 8 A. F. Cummings 5687 

June 8 Colo. Telephone Co 5688 

June 8 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 5689 

June 8 Globe Express Co 5690 

June 8 Munro Mercantile Co 5691 

June 8 Rio Grande South. Ry. Co... 5692 

June 8 Gus Robinson 5693 

June 8 J. W. Rogers 5694 

June 8 R. N. Rogers 5695 

June 8 Rittmaster & Connor 5696 

June 8 Rio Grande Hotel 5697 

June 8 W. M. Randall 5698 

June 8 Geo. Tritch Hardware Co... 5699 

June S Telluride Elec. L. & P. Co.. 5700 

June S Telluride Transfer Co 5701 

June 8 Tomkins-Hunt Hdw. Co 5702 

June 8 F. D. Work & Co 5703 

June S Western Union Tel 5704 

June 8 Young Bros. & Co 5705 

June S Colo. Trad. & Transfer Co.. 5706 

June 8 J. B. Cunningham 5707 

June S Cripple Creek Coal & T. Co. 5708 

June S Colo. S. & C. C. D. Ry. Co.. 5709 

June S Colo. Midland Ry. Co 5710 

June 8 Jack Crowley 5711 

June 8 Colo. Electric Power Co 5712 

June 8 Colo. Springs Transf. Co 5713 

June 8 Colo. Telephone Co 5714 

June 8 R. Brown 5715 

June 8 American Glove Co 5716 

June S Colo. & Southern 5717 

June S City of Victor 5718 

June S Colo. Telephone Co 5719 

June 8 W. C. Cannon 5720 



Amount 
30.00. 
86.16. 
30.00. 



For What Purpose 

Services 

Supplies 

Rent 



190.69 Horseshoeing 

394.80 Toll charges 

1,919.68 Transportation 

41S.67 Expressage 

348.68 Merchandise 

3,499.46 Freightage 

4.50 Signs 

524.75 Feeding horses 

72.00 Feeding horses 

172.50 Merchandise 

43.7G Meals 

644.53 Meats 

576.65 Supplies 

467.40 Wiring 

143.30 Teaming 

390.43 Hdw. supplies 

99.10 Hdw. supplies 

44.40 Telegraphic services 

212.40 Hay and feed 

1,931.36 Hay and feed 

133.11 Rent 

12.70 Coal 

252.6S Transportation 

206.42 Transportation 

190.00 Meals 

100.60 Light 

17.25 Teaming 

230.90 Toll charges 

18.00 Services 

111.40 Gloves 

260.30 Transportation 

520.50 Water 

116.00 Telephone service 

5.50 Meals 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30.. 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount 
June S W. J. Donnelley 5721 17.00 



For What Purpose 
Services 



June 8 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co.. 5722 

June S Den. & Rio Grande Ry. Co.. 5723 

June 8 G. R. Lewis & Co... 5724 

June S W. H. Kistler & Co 5725 

June 8 D. Kelley 5726 

June 8 F. N. Jo. Hautgen 5727 

June 8 Capt. Gaul H. Hoag- 5728 

June S M. E. Herrick 5729 

June 8 Florence & C. C. Ry. Co.... 5730 

June 8 W. J. Elliott 5731 

June 8 Dr. J. R. Robinson 5732 

June 8 Phipps & Gillpatrick. .. .5733-5734 

June 8 E. H. Newland 5735 

June 8 H. G. Moore 5736-5738 

June 8 Model Laundry 5739 

June 8 Midland Terminal Ry 5740 

June 8 John H. Myers 5741 

June 8 H.G.Moore 5742 

June 8 Otto H. Liese 5743 

June 8 A. E. Willsher or H.H. Hand. 5744 

June 8 John H. Williams 5745 

June 8 Maggie Wilson 5746 

June 8 M. L. Wesson 5747 

June 8 Western Union Tel. Co 5748 

June 8 Victor Lum. & Timber Co... 5749 

June 8 Edward Verdeckberg 5750 

June 8 Union Pacific Ry. Co 5751 

June 8 Tomkins Hardware Co 5752 

June 8 Teller Co. Furniture Co 5753 

June 8 Teller Co. Mfg. Co 5754 

June 8 J. W. Spielman 5755 

June 8 Shockey, The Druggist 5756 

June 8 St. Francis Hospital.- 5757 

June 9 Zimmerman Bros 5758 

June 9 Wooster Bros 5759 

June 9 Las Animas L. & P. Co 5760 

4 



205.75 Teaming 

501.29 Transportation 

28.00 Medical supplies 

68.70 Supplies 

58.00 Repairing shoes 

150.00 Services rendered 

41.05 Expenses 

21.50 Milk 

106.96 Transportation 

40.00 Boarding horses 

16.00 Professional services 

1.494.03 Provisions 

150.00 Rent 

1.965.30 Groceries and provisions 

2.15 Laundry 

80.84 Transportation 

134.00 Supplies 

420.28 Provisions 

12.00 Services 

67.75 Meals 

142.75 Horseshoeing 

20.00 Rent 

174.00 Horse hire 

2.37 Telegraphic service 

114.21 Supplies 

185.60 Expenses 

11.08 Transportation 

4.35 Stove pipe 

91.10 Kitchen utensils 

5.S6 Supplies 

501.60 Milk 

61.95 Drugs 

12.00 Services 

6.15 Supplies 



72.65. 
19.05. 



Services 

. Lights 



98 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1804— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



June 9 G. W. Underwood— Dupli- 
cate issued; lost in mail, 

Aug. 17, 1904 5761 

June 9 Tarabino & Co 5762 

June 9 Trinidad Lumber Co 5763 

June 9 Troy Steam Laundry 5764 

June 9 Arthur Smith 5765 

June 9 J. E. Romero 5766 

June 9 Radford & Barr 5767 

June 9 H. R. Quilitch & Bros 5768 

June 9 H. C. Cossum 5769 

June 9 J. O. Parker... 5770 

June 9 V. Patrick & Sons 5771 

June 9 F. H. Martin 5772 

June 9 Miner's Trading Co "773 

June 9 Keever Bakery Co 5774 

June 9 J. M. Hunt 5775 

June 9 E. M. Gillespie 5776 

June 9- Glauber Beer Co 5777 

June 9 Faxon Stevens W. P. C 5778 

June 9 Albert Fouret 5779 

June 9 E. A. Radford 5780 

June 9 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 57S1 

June 9 E. O. Blair 5782 

June 9 Columbian Hotel Co 5783 

June 9 Card. McLain Drug Co 5784 

June 9 O. T. Clark 5785 

June 9 Colo. Supply Co 5786 

June 9 Colo. & Southern Ry Co.. -.5787 

June 9 Colo. Telephone Co 57SS 

June 9 Cooper-Powell Furn. Co.. ..5789 

June 9 Sipnano Bressan 5790 

June 9 M. L. Barns 5791 

June 9 A. H. M. Baca 5792 

June 9 H. B. Brown Hardware Co. 5793 

June 9 O. B. Abbott 5794 

June 9 J. J. J. Abercrombie & Co.. 5795 

June 14 O. B. Abbott 5796 



60.00 Horse hire 

3'i2.54 Merchandise 

16.00 Lumber 

4.25 Laundry 

4.31 Merchandise 

14.35 Rent 

4S.20 Teaming 

279.28 Hay and feed 

95.75 Teaming 

75.00 Rent 

66.00 Meals 

50.00 Services 

65.75 Hay and feed 

196.06 Bread 

21.00 Services 

23.60 Milk 

908.35 Bronze ornaments 

3.00 Supplies 

10.50 Milk 

16.35 Laundry 

172.33 Transportation 

12.20 Stationery 

363.95 Meals 

219.30 Medical supplies 

210.00 Provisions 

825.7S Groceries 

433.30 Freightage 

530.20 Toll charges 

6.00 Supplies 

1.00 Teaming 

33.60 Milk 

10 ; 00 Barrels 

77.88 Hardware supplies 

56.00 Services 

15.20 Coal 

SI. 50 Services 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



99 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



June 14 Atch., Topeka & S. Fe Ry..5797 

June 14 J. J. J. Abercrombie. . .5798-5799 

June 14 O. B. Abbott 580O 

June 14 Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. Co. 5801 

June 14 Alex Brighton 5802 

June 14 Brown Hardware Co 5803 

June 14 M. L. Barnes 5804 

June 14 F. Burkhard Saddlery Co.. 5805 

June 14 Burl. & Mo. R. R. in Neb. ..5806 

June 14 E. O. Blair 5S07 

June 14 M. L. Barnes 5808 

June 14 Charles Brown 5809 

June 14 Biel & Smedley 5S10 

June 14 Card, McLain Drug Co 5811 

June 14 Colo. & Southeasfn Ry. Co. 5812 

June 14 H. C. Cossum 5813 

June 14 Campbell-Sell Baking Co 5814 

June 14 Colo. Supply Co 5815-5817 

June 14 Colo. Telephone Co 5818 

June 11 O. F. Clark 5819 

June 14 Columbian Hotel Co 5820 

June 14 W. C. Cannon "...5821 

June 14 Colo. Wyoming Ry. Co 5S22 

June 14 P. R. Dane 5823 

June 14 Thomas H. Dunbar 5824 

June 14 O. L. Davis 5825 

June 14 Denver & Rio Grande 5826 

June 14 Daniels & Fisher Co 5827 

June 14 Flint-Loma:: El. & Mfg. Co. 5828 

June 14 Globe Express Co 5829 

June 14 Geradi Merc. Co 5830 

June 14 J. B. Goodman 

June 14 Ray M. Gale 5832 

June 14 J. J. Grier 5833 

June 14 Glauber Beer Co 5S34 



June 14 Fred Harvey 
June 14 Hey & Patterson. 



.5835 
.5836 



21. SO Freightage 

45.40 Coal 

31.00 Services 

113.92 Transportation 

5.00 Coal 

613.82 Hardware supplies 

11.00 Milk 

45.15 Supplies 

3.15 Transportation 

36.50 Printing 

9.00 Milk 

15.00 Teaming 

9.50 Teaming 

l(i3.75 Drugs 

20.90 ! Freightage 

25.85 Teaming 

53.30 Bread 

3,477.02 Groceries 

38.00 Telephone service 

46.50 Meals 

119.50 Rent 

13.75 Meals 

41.25 Freightage 

20.90 Laundry 

34.05' Drugs 

41.24 Lumber, etc. 

33.34 Transportation 

7.50 Merchandise 

247.43 Electrical supplies 

9.10 Expressage 

78.00 Groceries 

40.00 Horse hire 

7.00 Expenses 

5.50 Meals 

7,290.05 Merchandise 

106.20 Rent 

58.70 Meal 



100 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



June 14 Jamieson, H., Furn. Co 5837 

June 14 Warren Jones 5838 

June 14 Jamison Conger 5839 

June 14 Kuner Bakery & C. Co 5840 

June 14 W. H. Kistler 5841 

June 14 Kuver Bakery Co 5842 

June 15 A. J. Nichols & Co 5843 

June 35 Geo. H. Le Roy 5844 

June 15 F. W. Gross 5845 

June 15 Ordway, Snow & Addison... 5846 

June 15 C. A. Kelly 5847 

June 15 A. I. Lindsey 5848 

June 15 John McEwan 5849 

June 15 Miners' Trading- Co 5850 

June 17 John J. Marty 5851 

June 17 Carl Miller 5852 

June 17 Neat Restaurant 5853 

June 17 August Schupp 5854 

June 17 Fred Petrucci 5855 

June 17 Postal Telegraph Co 5856 

June 17 V. Patrick & Sons 5857 

June 17 H. R. Quilitch & Bros. .5858-5859 

June 17 Rocky Mt. C. & I. Co 5860 

June 17 Radford & Barr 5861 

June 17 Rocky Mt. C. & I. Co. . .5862-5863 

June 17 Radford & Barr 5864 

June 17 Rio Grande Hotel Co 5865 

June 17 B. H. Swan 5866 

June 17 J. S. Stahl & Co 5867 

June 17 O. T. Shaffers 5868 

June 17 Trinidad Lumber Co 5869 

June 17 Tarabino & Co 5870 

June 17 Geo. Tritch Hardware Co... 5871 

June 17 Trinidad Lumber Co 5872 

June 17 Geo. M. Tombling 5873 

June 17 Tarabino & Co 5874 

Juno 17 Victor Fuel Co 5875 



147.80 Merchandise 

3.50 Teaming 

3.80 Straw 

119.85 Bread 

299.70 ' Supplies 

88.43 Bread 

422.00 Groceries 

246.00 Tobacco 

472.52 Military pay roll 

1,103.35 Groceries 

18.00 Rent 

2.95 Grain 

21.70 Supplies 

44.45 Groceries 

374.04 Provisions 

3.00 Teaming 

3.15 Meals 

652.80 Pay roll 

3.50 Tailoring 

4.66 Telegraphic service 

55.00 Meals 

207.38 Provisions 

4.50 Horseshoeing 

27.50 Teaming 

42.50 Provisions 

54.00 Teaming 

15.12 Coffee 

6.00 Livery 

92.25 Typewriter 

22.65 Service 

75.34 Lumber 

69.15 Merchandise 

60.00 Hardware 

221.19 Lumber 

12.00 Boa^d 

399.63 Merchandise 

97. 7S Lumber 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



101 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 

Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No 



June 18 Geo. W. Underwood 

June 18 F. R. Wood 

June 18 Wooster Bros 

June 18 Western Union Tel. Co. 



.5876 
.5877 
.5878 
.5879 



June 18 Zimmermann Bros 5880-5S81 

June 18 F. W. Gross 5882-5895 

June IS Denver Omnibus & Cab Co. 5896 

June 18 Union Pacific Ry. Co 5897 

July 2 F. W. Gross 5898-5906 

July 2 Chapson & Reeves 5907 

July 2 Luke Flynn 5908 

July 2 Samuel Rowley 5909 

July 2 Cooper Mountain Cattle Co. 5910 

July 5 Sherman M. Bell 5911-5914 

July 5 Telluride Elec. L. & P. Co.. 5915 

July 5. E. C. Howe 5916 

July 5 A. Oldland & Co 5917 

July 5 Rio Grande S. R. R. Co 5918 

July 5 Frank Maumey 5919 

July 5 A. R. Mahr 5920 

July 5 R. S. Ball 5921 

July 5 C. E. Kracan 5922 

July 5 F. D. Work & Co 5923 

July 5 Wm. Midwinter 5924 

July 5 Western Union Tel. Co 5925 

July 5 Capt. Bulkeley Wells 5926 

July 5 Tompkins-Hunt Hdw. Co.... 5927 

July 5 Telluride Transfer Co 5928 

July 5 J. A. Stuart & Co 5929 

July 5 Geo. F. Schattlinger 5930 

July 5 Grace Stransen 5931 

July 5 R. N. Rogers 5932 

July 5 J. W. Rogers 5933 

July 5 W. M. Randall 5934 

July 5 J. T. Jennings 5035 

July 5 D. & P. G. R. R. Co 5936 

July 5 T. B. Finch 5937 



Amount For What Purpose 

2.00 Cab hire 

38.25 Merchandise 

3.00 Horseshoeing 

69.75 Telegraphic service 

62.80 Supplies 

10,744.44 Military pay roll 

64.25 Carriage hire 

26.94 Transportation 

8,966.45 Military pay roll 

1,024.00 Horse hire 

2,331.00 Meals 

51.60 Provisions 

59.20 Beef 

3,317.00 Horses 

40.49 Light 

379.50 Expenses 

30.00 Teaming 

18.48 Freightage 

925.65 Meals 

10.00 Rent 

11.00 Meals 

12.24 Groceries 

50.00 Hardware supplies 

16.00 Board 

38.44. Telegrams 

37.00 Expenses 

42.45 Hardware supplies 

67.15 Teaming 

16.00 Services 

297.40 Services 

29.50 Board 

44.00 Coal 

400.75 Livery 

205.51 Provisions 

12.40 Milk 

783.61 Transportation 

19.50 Services 



02 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 

1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



July 5 First Nat. Bk. of Telluride..593S 

July 5 A. F. Cummings 5939 

July 5 Anderson Baisch Co 5940 

July 5 Drs. Allen & Hadley...' 5941 

July 5 Adams & Hilgenhaus 5942 

Mar. 31 ^ 

Apr. 25 VF. W. Gross 5943-5956 

Aug'. 5 J 

Aug. 5 James Owen 5957 

Aug-. 10 Wm. J. Cory 5958 

Aug. 10 Harry Libby 5959-5960 

Aug. 10 Glauber Beer Co 5961-5984 

Aug. 11 Ray M. Gale 5985-5986 

Aug. 11 Capt. F. W. Lomax 5987 

Aug. 11 Geo. H. Le Roy 5988 

Aug. 11 J. B. Goodman 5989 

Aug. 11 Flint and Lomax Elec. Co.. 5990 

A u g. 11 Robert A. Anderson 5991 

Aug. 12 J. J. J. Abercrombie 5992 

Aug. 12 O. B. Abbott 5993 

Aug. 12 Atch., Top. & S. Fe Ry. Co. 5994 
Aug. 12 H. B. Brown Hardware Co. 5995 

Aug. 12 Bettie Brice 5996 

Aug. 12 S. T. Burkhard 5997 

Aug. 12 S. D. Burlingame 5998 

Aug. 12 William Belden 5999 

Aug. 12 Buckwater Drug Co 6000 

Aug. 12 M. L. Barnes 6001 

Aug. 12 F. Burkhard 6002 

Aug. 12 E. O. Blair 6003 

Aug. 12 H. B. Brown 6004 

Aug. 12 Colo. Telephone Co 6005 

Aug. 12 C. S. Card 6003 

Aug. 12 Columbian Livery Co 6007 

Aug. 12 Colo. Supply Co 6008 

Aug. 12 Colo. & Southern Ry. Co... 6009 
Aug. 12 Card, McLain Drug Co 6010 



87.50. 

9.25. 

19.45. 

6S.00. 

322.47. 



Rent 

Services 

Drugs 

Professional services 
Groceries 



13,183.19 Military pay roll 



2,400.00. 

300.00. 

' 89.00. 



Legal services 

Horse hire 

Horse hire 



29,218.75 Merchandise 

72.75 Horse hire and expenses 

39.96 Services 

202.80 Tobacco 

73.00 Horse hire 

434.33 Supplies 

315.40 Provisions 

6.00 Coal 

44.00 Services 

270.90 Transportation 

124.51 Hardware 

40.00 Rent 

3.30 Brushes 

2.75 Meals 

12.00 Professional services 

22.05 Drugs 

55.20 Milk 

38.70 Harness. 

44.75 Printing 

50.85 Hardware 

291.25 Telephoning 

5.50 Expenses 

41.00 Livery 

1,562.06 Groceries 

1,152.00 Transportation 

107.40 Drugs 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



103 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 

To Whom Issued No 



Aug. 12 Colo. & Wyo. Ry 

Aug-. 12 Duling & Tracy.. 

Aug. 12 Edward H. Day. 

Aug. 13 W. Dearden 



Co. 



.6011 
.6012 
.6013 
.6014 



Aug;. 12 Denver Rio Grande Ry. Co.. 6015 

Aug. 12 Egan & Jones 6016 

2 Elite Steam Laundry 6017 

ino & Co 601S-6019 

Aug. 12 Albert Fowret 6020 

Aug. 12 Ernest J. Foreman 6021 

Aug. 12 Globe Express Co 6022 

Aug. 12 F. M. Gooden 6023 

Aug. 12 Globe Express Co 6024 

Aug. 12 Gerardi Merc. Co 6025 

Aug. 12 Fred Harvey 6026 

Aug. 12 J. M. Hunt 6027 

Aug. 12 Dr. Perry Jaffa '. 602S 

Aug. 12 Kuver Bakery Co 6029 

Aug. 12 Mrs. Lloyd 6030 

Aug. 12 Las Animas L. & P. M. Co. 6031 

Aug. 12 May Shoe & Clothing Co... 6032 

Aug. 12 Geo. E. Marshall 6033-6034 

12 Miner's Trading Co 6035 

Aug. 12 J. O. Packer 6036 

Aug. 12 H. C. Cassum 6037 

Aug. 12 A. Patrick & Sons 6038 

Aug. 12 Fred Petrucci 6039 

Aug. 12 Rocky Mtn. C. & Iron Co... 6040 

Aug. 12 H. R. Imlitch & Bros 6041 

12 Rio Grande Hotel Co 6042 

Aug. 12 J. E. Romero 6043 

12 Radford & Barr 6044 

12 St. Francis Hospital 6045 

Aug. 12 Trinidad Electric Ry. Co.... 6046 

Aug. 12 Trinidad Lumber Co 6047 

12 Trinidad Sanitary Co 604? 

12 Troy Steam .Laundry 6049 



Amount For What Purpose 

9.05 Express 

6.00 Teaming 

36.00 Rent 

1.10 Supplies 

318.30 Transportation 

7.25 Milk 

24.50 Laundry 

394.40 Merchandise 

23.50 Milk 

Professional services 

61.46 Express 

Baths 

14.25 Express 

21.75 Groceries 

623.10 Rent 

35.00 Horseshoeing 

Professional services 

: Bread 

75 Meals 

107.95 Lamps 

?46.00 Merchandise 

29.00 Professional services 

:. 122.55 Coal 

150.00 Rent 

10S.50 Teaming 

94.25 Meals 

" - • Labor 

Labor 

Hay and grain 

26.16 Meals 

57.27 Rent 



89.50.. 

53.60.. 
10.00.. 



Teaming 

Board and lodging 
Books 



39.52 Lumber 

135.00 Teaming^ 

2.90 Laundry 



104 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



Date 
1904 To Whom Issued 

Aug. 12 G. W. Underwood — 

Aug. 12 Union Pacific Ry. Co. 

Aug. 12 Wells Fargo & Co.... 



No. 
.6050 
.6051 
.6052 



Aug. 12 Wandell & Lowe T. & S. Co. 6053 

Aug. 12 Western Union Tel. Co 6054 

Aug. 12 Wilson Livery Co 6055 

Aug. 12 Wooster Bros 6056 

Aug. 12 Zimmerman Bros 6057 

Aug. 12 W. H. Pike 605S-6059 

Aug. 13 J. A. Armour 6060 

Aug. 13 Colo. Telephone Co 6061 

Aug. 13 T. F. Callahan 6062 

Aug. 13 Colo. S. & C. C. Ry. Co 6063 

Aug. 13 Colo. Trading & Tr. Co 6064 

Aug. 13 Flor. & C. C. R. Co 6065 

Aug. 13 F. P. Fryherger 6066 

Aug. 13 Globe Express Co 6067 

Aug. 13 E. E. Good 6068 

Aug. 13 Luke Flynn 6069 

Aug. 13 Rossland Hotel 6070 

Aug. 13 R. W. Means 6071 

Aug. 13 Midland Tunnel Ry. Co 6072 

Aug. 13 May Clothing Co 6073 

Aug. 13 National Hotel 6074 

Aug. 13 Pueblo & Sub. T. & L. Co... 6075 

Aug. 13 John H. Williams 6076 

Aug. 13 J. R. Wilson 6077 

Aug. 13 Shilling Dry Goods Co 6078 

Aug. 13 Morrell Hdw. Co 6079 

Aug. 13 James Kelly 6080 

Aug. 13 J. B. Cunningham 6081 

Aug. 13 William Ramsey 6082 

Aug. 13 Denver Rio Grande Ry. Co.. 6083 

Aug. 13 Baltimore Hotel Co 6084 

Aug. 13 Dr. C. E. Elliott 6085 

Aug. 13 W. J. Elliott 6086 

Aug. 13 Tomkins Hardware Co 60S7 



Amount For What Purpose 

61.00 Horse hire 

12.68 Transportation 

28.40 Express 

6.00 Teaming 

6.81 Telegraphing 

50.00 Livery 

38.00 Horseshoeing 

35.80 Stationery 

1,034,00 Horse hire 

4.50 Meals 

108.65 Telephone Service 

224.92 Plumbing 

26.03 Freightage 

13.00 Ice 

8.83 Freightage 

40.00 Services 

63.01 Express 

455.90 Merchandise 

338.50 Meals 

127.00 Board 

200.00 Legal services 

9.00 Transportation 

56.10 Gloves 

737.55 Board and lodging 

86.30.. Light 

43.75 Services 

1L50 Printing 

5.50 Merchandise 

10S.15 Building material 

S9.00 Teaming 

403.65 Services 

12.00 Meals 

559.91 Freight 

163.50 Rent 

79.00 Medical services 

293.00 Horse hire 

12.55 Hardware supplies 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



105 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No 



Aug. 13 Schilling Dry Goods Co 608S 

Aug. 13 E. E. Goold 60S9 

Aug. 13 W. R. Karr 6090 

Aug. 15 Hamilton Fish 6091 

Aug. 15 Denver & Rio Grande 6092 

Aug. 15 Colo. Telephone Co 6093 

Aug. 15 M. E. Criswell 6094 

Aug. 15 J. H. Coltharp 6095 

Aug. 15 Anderson & Baisch 6096 

Aug. 15 Drs. Allen & Hadley 6097 

Aug. 15 Harkte & Shuts 6098 

Aug. 15 K. E. Linderfelt 6099 

Aug. 15 R. W. McLeod 6100 

Aug. 15 J. P. Wilcox 6101 

Aug. 15 E. O. Russell 6102 

Aug. 15 E. C. Jones 6103 

Aug. 15 F. D. Work & Co 6104 

Aug. 15 City of Telluride 6105 

Aug. 15 Tomkins, Hunt. Hdw. Co.... 6106 

Aug. 15 Telluride E. L. & P. Co.... 6107 

Aug. 15 Telluride Transfer Co 610S 

Aug. 15 Geo. F. Schatlinger 6109 

Aug. 15 W. M. Randall 6110 

Aug. 15 J. W. Rogers 6111 

Aug. 15 Rio Grande Eating House... 6112 

Aug. 15 Frank Maumey 6113 

Aug. 15 Gurtruge Mowry 6114 

Aug. 15 R. E. Linderfelt 6115 

Aug. 15 W T alter Kenly 6116 

Aug. 1.") F. N. Jo. Hautgen 6117 

Aug. 15 J. T. Jennings 6118 

Aug. 15 I. L. Glenn 6119 

Aug. 15 First National Bank 6120 

Aug. 15 T. B. Finch 6121 

Aug. 15 Adams & Hilgenhaus 6122 

Aug. 15 Rio Grande So. Ry. Co 6123 

Aug. 15 W. A. Spangler 6124 

Aug. 15 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co. 6125 



Amount For What Purpose 

4.50 Merchandise 

189.80 Merchandise 

25.00 Printing 

40.00.| Horse hire 

16.SS Transportation 

11.55 Telephone service 

14.10 Hay 

120.00 Teaming 

6.00 Drugs 

22.00 Professional service 

153.70 Harness 

120.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

58.00 Horse hire 

18.50 Merchandise 

9.75 Teaming 

4.50 Merchandise 

106.74 Light 

3.75 Teaming 

55.60 t — Stenographer 

18.55 Provisions 

265.00 Horse hire 

16.50 Meals 

14.00 Meals 

64.00 Services 

15.00 Expenses 

26.00 Expenses 

14.25 Horseshoing 

6.00 Milk 

20.00 Rent 

25.00 Rent 

12.00 Services 

132.77 Provisions 

48.78 Transportation 

240.00 Horse hire 

56.00 Horse hire 



106 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



Date 

1904 To Whom Issued No. 

Aug. 15 Geo. H. Lillie 6126 

Aug-. 15 J. W. Lane 6127 

Aug. 15 Denver City Troop 6128 

Aug. 15 R. N. Rogers 6129 

Aug. 15 J. P. Wilcox 6130 

Aug. 15 Geo. H. Lillie 6131 

Aug. 15 J. W. Lane 6132 

Aug. 15 Denver City Troop 6133 

Aug. 15 W. A. Spangler 6134 

Aug. 15 E. C. Jones 6135 

Aug. 15 E. O. Russell 6136 

Aug. 15 K. E. Linderfelt 6137 

Aug. 15 W. J. Elliott 6138 

Aug. 15 Eclipse Stables 6139 

Aug. 15 M. O'Donnell 6140 

Aug. 15 St. Francis Hospital 6141 

Aug. 15 W. H. Morgan 6142 

Aug. 15 Colo. S. & C. C. D. Ry. Co.. 6143 

Aug. 15 Western Union Tel. Co 6144 

Aug. 15 J. R. Wilson & Son 6145 

Aug. 15 City of Victor 6146 

Aug. 15 Colo. Midland Ry. Co .6147 

Aug. 15 Burns & Wolf 6148 

Aug. 15 J. T. Tucker & Co .6149 

Aug. 15 Pueblo & Sub. T. & L. Co... 6150 

Aug. 15 Colo. Trad. & Transfer Co.. 6151 

Aug. 15 F. W. Gross 6152 

Aug. 15 Colo. Midland Ry. Co 6153 

Aug. 15 M. Reed 6154 

Aug. 15 Schedin & Lehman 6155 

Aug. 15 Colo. Telephone Co 6156 

Aug. 15 J. M. Hunt 6157 

Aug. 15 Colo. Electric Power Co 6158 

Aug. 15 Colo. Midland Ry. Co ...6159 

Aug. 15 Colo. Spgs. & Crip. Creek... 6160 

Aug. 15 O'Riley & Barr 6161 

Aug. 15 W. C. Clark 6162 

Aug. 15 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 6163 



Amount For What Purpose 

120.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

1,560.00 Horse hire 

4.00 Coal 

63.00 Horse hire 

88.00 Horse hire 

70.00 Horse hire 

1.76S.00 Horse hire 

228.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

70.00 Horse hire 

88.00 Horse hire 

543.00 Horse hire 

55.00 Horse hire 

2,264.60 Horse hire 

2.85 Board 

15.00 Merchandise 

1,703.79 Transportation 

4.32 : Telegrams 

8.00 Printing 

30.00 Water 

89.45 Transportation 

17.80 Merchandise 

6.05 Lunches 

207.00 Light 

81.23 Grain 

39.50 Expenses 

7.24 Transportation 

44.00 Services 

5.20 Merchandise 

13.50 Telephoning 

48.80 Supplies 

28.85 Light 

136.91 Freightage 

157.35 Freightage 

90.45 Meals 

53.00 Services 

27.56 Transportation 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



107 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No 



Aug-. 15 J. J. Grier 

Aug-. 15 Flor., C. C. Ry. Co. 
Aug. 15 Fred Harvey 



.6164 
.6165 
.6166 



Aug. 15 Whittmore & Kochler 6167 

Aug. 15 John H. Meyers 616S-6169 

Aug. 15 Dennis Kelly 6170 

Aug. 15 Tomkins Hdw. Supply Co... 6171 

Aug. 15 Western Union Tel. Co 6172 

Aug. 15 John H. Myers 6173 

Aug. 15 Ryan Transfer & Ex. Co 6174 

Aug. 15 Atch., Topeka & Santa Fe...6175 

Aug. 15 M. O'Donnell 6176 

Aug. 15 Pueblo & Sub. T. & L. Co... 6177 

Aug. 15 Midland Terminal Ry. Co... 6178 

Aug. 15 H. A. Naylor 6179 

Aug. 15 M. O'Donnell 6180 

Aug. 15 Chronicle News 6181 

Aug. 15 Western Union Tel. Co 61S2 

Aug. 15 Wells, Fargo & Co 6183 

Aug. 15 Lieut. G. W. Underwood. .. .6184 

Aug. 15 B. Stromberg 6185 

Aug. 15 V. Patrick & Son 6186 

Aug. 15 D. E. Mayer 6187 

Aug. 15 A. B. Harbison 6188 

Aug. 15 Globe Express Co 6189 

Aug. 15 Denver Rio Grande 6190 

Aug. 15 Colo. Wyoming Ry. Co 6192 

Aug. 15 Colo. Tel. Co 6192 

Aug. 15 Columbian Hotel Co 6193 

Aug. 15 O. T. Clark 6194 

Aug. 15 D. W. Strickland 6195 

Aug. 15 Sepriano Bressau 6196 

Aug. 15 Colo. Telephone Co 6197 

Aug. 15 Colo. So. Ry. Co 6198 

Aug. 15 M. O'Donnell 6199 

Aug. 15 R. W. McLeod 6200 

Aug. 15 Pratt & Ferguson 6201 



\mount For What Purpose 

4345 Meals 

57.07 Freightage 

37.00 Meals 

117.88 Teaming 

264.15 Supplies 

227.00 Services 

184.03 Supplies 

56.25 Telegrams 

107.75 Supplies 

2.50 Teaming 

169.37 Transportation 

6.00 Horse hire 

218.05 Light 

144.22 Transportation 

10.00 Expenses 

48.00 Horse hire 

5.00 Subscription 

95.35 Telegrams 

9.50 Express 

124.45 Services 

4.50 Merchandise 

9.00 Meals 

21.40 Board 

6.00 Professional services 

15.00 Express 

743.16 ~. . . . Transportation 

■36.70 Transportation 

30.65 Telephone services 

394.65 Board 

313.00 Express 

10.40 Expenses 

2.50 Services 

60.70 Telephone services 

163.38 Freightage 

1,248.00 Horse hire 

33.00 Horse hire 

168.00 Horse hire 



108 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
STEAKS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 



Date 

1904 To Whom Issued 

Aug. 15 E. C. Jones 

Aug. 16 E. O. Russell 

Aug. 16 J. W. Lane 



No. 
.6202 
.6203 
.6204 



Aug. 16 N. Fuliwider 6205 

Aug. 16 Denver City Troop 6206 

Aug. 16 R. W. McLeod 6207 

Aug. 16 E. O. Russell 6208 

Aug. 16 E. C. Jones 6209 

Aug. 16 N. Fulwider 6210 

Aug. 16 J. W. Lane 6211 

Aug. 16 Denver City Troop 6212 

Aug. 16 John D. French 6213 

Aug. 16 J. Gregory 6214 

Aug. 16 W. A. McDaniels 6215 

Aug. 16 S. L. Chase 6216 

Aug. 16 Mrs. Andrews 6217 

Aug. 16 J. T. Brewer 6218 

Aug. 16 J. Bagshaw 6219 

Aug. 16 John Wittrow 6220 

Aug. 16 W. H. Simons 6221 

Aug. 16 F. C. Stemhauer 6222 

Aug. 16 H. M. Randolph... 6223 

Aug. 16 Denver City Troop 6224 

Aug. 16 Colo. So. Ry. Co 6225 

Aug. 16 Star Grocery & Market 6226 

Aug. 16 Harry Adams 6227 

Aug. 16 H. G. Moore 6228 

Aug. 10 Star Grocery & Market 6229 

Aug. 16 F. W. Gross 6230-6231 

Aug. 16 Segerherg & Co 6232 

Aug. 16 M. O'Donnell 6233 

Aug. 16 Edward Verdeckberg 6234 

Aug. 16 Robert A. Anderson 6235 

Sept. 2 Midland Terminal Ry 6236 

Sept. 2 Pueblo & Sub. T. & L. Co.... 6237 

Sept. 2 St. Francis Hospital 6238 

Sept. 2 Al Shore 0239 



Amount For What Purpose 

90.00 Horse hire 

33.00 Horse hire 

66.00 Horse hire 

2.00 Horse hire 

627.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

157.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

80.00 Horse hire 

8*0.00 Horse hire 

42.00 .Horse hire 

154.00 Horse hire 

35.00 Horse hire 

74.00 Horse tiire 

77.00 Horse hire 

70.00 Horse hire 

77.00 Horse hire 

77.00 Horse hire 

77.00 Horse hire 

35.00 Horse hire 

71.35 Expenses 

200.00 Horses 

415.28 Transportation 

34.85 Sundries 

970.25 Meals 

71.01 Hay and grain 

937.50 Groceries 

205.70 Military pay roll 

109.00 Meals 

600.00 Horse hire 

89.00 Horse hire 

156.00 Merchandise 

148.74 Transportation 

86.85 Light 

6.42 Board 

60.00 Horse hire 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



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STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1904— Continued. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No. Amount For W r hat Purpose 






Sept. 2 Dr. R. St. Clair 6240 

Sept. 2 John H. Williams.... 6241 

Sept. 2 Nancy Martin 6242 

Sept. 2 M. A. Robinson 6243 

Sept. 2 Colo. Trad. & Transfer Co... 6244 

Sept. 2 Edw. N. Burdick 6245 

Sept. 2 B. P. Shoen 6246 

Sept. 2 Schockey, The Druggist 6247 

Sept. 2 Globe Express Co 6248 

Sept. 2 Dr. M. A. Latimer 6249 

Sept. 2 Geo. McKinzie 6250 

Sept. 2 Flor. & Crip. Ck. Ry. Co.... 6251 

Sept. 2 Gold Bet Con. E. Co 6252 

Sept. 2 Martini Glan 6253 

Sept. 2 Colo. Telephone Co 6254 

Sept. 2 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 6255 

Sept. 2 Dr. C. E. Elliott 6256 

Sept. 2 Baltimore Hotel 6257 

Sept. 2 M. Catlett 625S 

Sept. 2 H. T. Craig- 6259 

Sept. 2 Colo. T. & T. Co 6260 

Sept. 2 C. C. C. & T. Co 6261 

Sept. 2 Colo. S. & C. C. D. Ry 6262 

Sept. 2 A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co 6263 

Sept. 2 Luke Flynn 6264 

Sept. 2 Colo. & Southern Ry. Co... 6265 

Sept. 2 W r estern Union T. Co 6266 

Sept. 2 Colo. Supply Co 6267 

Sept. 2 Colo. & Southern Ry. Co... 6268 

Sept. 2 O. T. Clark 6269 

Sept. 2 Kuver Bakery & C. Co 6270 

Sept. 2 Tarabino & Co 6271 

Sept. 2 Las Animas L. & P. M. Co.. 6272 

Sept. 2 Rocky Mt. C. & I. Co 6273 

Sept. 2 Victor Fuel Co 6274 

Sept. 2 W. Dearden 6275 

Sept. 2 Victor Fuel Co G276 



273.00 






21.00 




Horseshoeing 


260.50 




Rpnt 


22.00 


Professional servicer 


146.00 




. . Horse hire 


150.50 




Damages 


2S0.20 




Drugs 


204.20 




Drugs 


7.S0 




Express 



115.00 Professional services 

183.00 Professional services 

299. 26.. Freight and Transportation 
101.25 Light 

24.75 Repairing 

103.45 Telephone services 

218.80 Transportation 

836.00 Professional services 

17.00 Room 

143.00 Dental Services 

80.00 Horse hire 

1.00 Teaming 

260.00 Horse hire 

309.52 Transportation 

10.36 Transportation 

1,562.50 Meals 

210.34 Transportation 

2.90 Telegrams 

537.56 Supplies 

57.07 Freight 

24.50 Provisions 

6.81 Bread 

153.00 Merchandise 

27.15 Light 

525.77 Hay and grain 

48.60 Meats 

.85 Drugs 

212.14 Find 



110 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 

YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1304— Concluded. 
Date 
1904 To Whom Issued No 



Sept. 2 Dr. James G. Eshey 6277 

Sept. 3, 28 F. W. Gross 6278-6300 

Sept. 28 Ernest Martin 6301 

Oct. 13 F. W. Gross 6302-6303 

Oct. 13 Andrew Bell 6301 

Oct. 13 E. A. Armstrong- 6305 

Oct. 13 Joseph Bagshaw 6306 

Oct. 13 William E. Carter -...6307 

Oct. 13 J. P. Schermerhorn 6308 

Oct. 13 John Gregory 6309-6310 

Oct. 13 John H. Williams 6311 

Oct. 13 Mrs. John Delanty 6312 

Oct. 13 Dr. E. E. Elliott 6313-6314 

Oct. 15 Colo. Telephone Co 6315 

Oct. 15 Joe Quinn 6316 

Oct. 15 F. N. Jo. Hautgen 6317 

Oct. 15 Wandell & Lowe T. & S. Co. 6318 

Oct. 15 M. A. Walden 6319 

Oct. 15 Victor Lumber Co 6320 

Oct. 15 Colo. & Southern Ry. Co... 6321 

Oct. 15 Campbell-Sell Baking Co.. ..6322 

Oct. 15 W. J. Donnelly 6323 

Oct. 15 Flor. & Crip. Ck. R. R. Co.. 6324 

Oct. 15 Midland Terminal Ry. Co.. 6325 

Oct. 15 F. N. Jo. Hautgen 6326-6327 

Oct. 15 Rio Grande So. Ry. Co 6328 

Oct. 15 T. C. Lomax 6329 

Oct. 15 William Midwinter 6330 

Oct. 15 D. & R. G. R. R. Co 6331 

Oct. 15 C. B. Love 6332 

Oct. 15 J. N. Withrow 6333 

Oct. 15 E. O. Blair ...6334 

Oct. 15 The Famous Tarabino Co.. 6335 

Oct. 15 Radford & Barr 6336 

Oct. 15 Columbian Hotel Co 6337 

/ Oct. 15 Record Ptg. & Pub. Co .6338-6340 

P. L. Weitfle 6341 

Total 



Amount For What Purpose 

26.00 Professional services 

3,124. 11 Military pay roll 

57.00 Horse hire 

897.67 Military pay roll 

14.00 Services 

560.03 Merchandise 

691.00 Horse hire 

34.00 Services 

112.50 Meals 

276.00 Horse hire 

18.50 Blacksmithing 

17.00 Merchandise 

4S7.00 Professional serivces 

27.05 Telephone service 

15.00 Publication 

76.50 Expenses 

3.00 Teaming 

130.00 Horses 

21.25 Building material 

73.28 Transportation 

14.00 Bread 

35.35 Ligh t 

602.66 Transportation 

93.0S Transportation 

430.00 Services 

25.32 Transportation 

20.00 Rent 

10.00 Rent 

14.32 Freightage 

17.00 Expenses 

50.00 Horse 

6.00 Publication 

42.00 Rent 

2.00 Teaming 

53.50 Rent 

4,206.00 Paper plant 

300.00 Services 



$739,703.15 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. Ill 



OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS NOVEMBER 30, 1904. 

Fugitive Apprehension Fund $ 1,108.95 

Band Commissioner's Fund 22.00 

Penitentiary Fund 208.10 

Printing - Fund 1,759.24 

Insane Asylum Cottage 1,627.15 

Ute Indian War expense 10.50 

Beadville Riots Fund 136.69 

Dairy Commissioner's Fund 270.00 

Stock Indemnity Fund 34- 

Railroad Commissioner's Fund 1,720. 

Coal Mine Inspector's Fund S34.1T 

Supreme Court Docket Fund 400.00 

Cripple Creek Riots Fund 277.91 

Judge Criminal Court Salary 1,211. OS 

Court of Inquiry Fund 54.55 

Game and Fish Wardens Deputies Fund 916.65 

Inspector Metalliferous Mines Assistant Mileage 151. 

State Board of Medical Examiner's Fund 1,867.00 

Lake City Riots Fund 8,761.57 

Ute War Claim Fund 133.82 

Cripple Creek District Riots Fund 402.S55.14 

Telluride District Riots Fund 200,292.4" 

Trinidad District Riots Fund 113, 

Colorado City Riots Fund 22, 

Total $761,514. 



766.65/ 



STATEMENT. 

SHOWING REDEMPTION AND OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES OF IN- 
DEBTEDNESS FOR THE TWO FISCAL TEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 
30, 1904. 

Certificates of indebtedness outstanding November 30, 1902 $ 23,446.13 

Certificates of indebtedness issued during two vears ending 

November 30, 1904 739,703.15 

Certificates of indebtedness paid during two years ending 

November 30, 1904 $ 1,68 

Certificates of indebtedness outstanding November 30, 1904 761,514.33 

S763.149.2S $763,149.28 

Interest paid on certificates of indebtedness during the two 

years ending November 30, 1904 $ 1,454.35 



STATEMENTS 



SHOWING 



Delinquent Tax Levy Balances Due the State from the Severa 
Counties, on All Funds, June 30, 1904. 

Additional Assessments and Increases on Tax Levies of All Funds 
for Two Years ending June 30, 1904, as Reported on County 
Clerks' Semi- Annual Statements. 

Rebates, Decreases in Assessment, and Taxes Declared Unavailable 
on Tax Levies of All Funds, for Two Years Ending June 30, 
1904, as Reported on County Clerks' Semi-Annual Statements. 



SHOWING DB . 



.F.YY BALANCE! 



962 i.-. 
566 Si 
190.16 



982 11 


[.738.06 


823.93 


I i 2 87 


666 54 


1,281 7" 


.736 14 




213 28 





STATEMENT 

SI ATIO FROM TUB SF.YFKAI. COINTIBS ON ALL FINDS. .11 NB 30. 1!)04. 



ling SpjtiiN 






- 
= Anlmaii 23 






i July 1 to Nov. 30.. 






■ ■ ■ 



IVM i - .. nni v li 

I mini i- I'minl 

i- ai I. I ■■■■■ 

I-. .: I. I ■■ I 



... V.. i 1>.i. 



: ■"■'.! B8.384 19 



I < ■ ■ 



iin, idale i ' mm ■ i 
i, ii i !an ->i ' louni , 



n i an BTdg, Bonds noi lev led In 

,; ''i^ i: ^ r.-vk-d in und pi 



90 re 




823 17 






7.51 










82 B 




83.81 






7 17 




U,1SO.OJ 






67 28 




821 29 






25.33 










8 




7T". I 1 






31.19 




E.02O.88 




- 


28.76 




671 






1.63 








- 


76.26 




161 , 






i in 








- 


188.&I 




921 29 






■ 














5.495.91 






10.65 








Teller 


140.27 
























631.H 

JIIK.997 11 

8211,648.68 
I9,3t| 




SI 

si 




1 




















-in liri 1 








102.80 




eetlons July 
ro 




HO.363.81 






;■',:;'.::,':;', 






■ ■ ■ 


|| '■■ 1893 J2.01J.19 








1... H ,, I. .., ., 
levied 


>i levied ii 


1 In |v! 

-.1 in . t i.l pri.. 


i ■ ■ ■ 


287 9S 









STATEMENT. 

SHOWING THE ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND INCREASES ON TAX LEVIES OF ALL FUNDS FOR TWO YEARS ENDING JUNE 30. 1904, AS REPORTED ON COUNTY CLERK'S SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENTS. 



:■... , 


■i. ■■ 






Rl Grand. 


•i n 










... 


















Washington 












"~^T 



N..i m;il S. ]..... 



CapltOl Building Unlvei it v <• '■.[ Hull u ln.nr. .,,, i '.,|.it.,l i:ui!,l 



.. Ragle 
Fremont 



Gunnison 24 
Hinsdale 25 



.. Jefferson 27 

Kiowa 28 

Kit Carson 29 

Lake 30 



Mineral 17 

Montezuma :t'i 



Park 13 

Phillips ii 

Pitkin i:. 

.Rio Blanco 48 

Rio Grande 19 

San Miguel 53 

■ 



MIOWl.sv, REBATES, DECREASES IN 

V 



10 L904, VS REPORTED ON COUNTY I'LEIIKS SIC.M I ANNIAI. STATEMENT, 

■' '"' I"'' ' ' "' hilerpst ..i, 
., Li "" ! ", ''' '••■' " ..| : I 



1, 99.2(1 



8 B60 59 J9.490.8 



Boulder »; 
Cheyenne 8 



1 









. Pitkin 



AMOUNT 



Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1903, 
Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1904 



( 



Archulel 
















- 


Gran.] . 


24 








26 


H.1,1 lam 






21 








30 




21 




_ 









! 






Mineral 




Montrose 


19 


Mont, sunn 






41 








55 Summit .. 

56 Teller .... 



ATE TAXES 



.M 828.00 


18,289 k - 


2,110.31 


1 220.78 


126 056 DO 


5.418 iO 


G i . 


1,250 1! 


1,489.69 


2.5S2 13 


297.94 


595.87 


2.694.757.00 


l 670 M 


538 95 


1,077 90 


2 191.123 00 


3,79! 98 


438 22 


876 15 


1, .1 i B! 


2,627.72 


303.20 


606 39 



877.00 






7::; 00 






.1 ,„. 




551.51 


5! 


'.il. 96 


939 92 






152.S2 



',;.; ..!i- 



515.32 
203 36 



266.34 


128.17 




317.68 


220.78 


2.1111.37 



12,856.406.00 




22.571 28 


45,142.56 


151 120.00 




111.34 


222.69 


3.074.89] 00 


5,329 81 


614 9i 


1,2211 96 


l,S27,506.O0 




365.60 


721. II" 


2,338.868.00 




467.77 


936 55 


24 255.201.00 




1.851 "1 


9,7*2.08 


0.492,744 00 




:„ 


2.. 7H7 HI 


.■ i 622 00 


6,208.14 


7ii, :;:■ 


1,432,65 


2,548,440.00 


4,417.30 


509 •■:' 


019 3! 


124,863.00 


■ 




11111.27, 


1.079,947.00 




615.99 


1.231. US 




1,016.36 


117. 27 


22 1 7. 1 


3 430,26 




586.05 


1.2,72.11 


5,067,386.00 


v,7v;;.i7 


1,013 iv 


2.026.96 


198,98 




:im. mi 


722. 72. 


1! 1 




374.7711 


7 IS. 22 




10.381 il" 


U97.SS 


2.222.77, 


511,98 


6,087.45 


7"2 III 


1. 4111. 72 




12.704.68 


1,465.98 


2,981.85 



26.574,422.00 


1 17:22.. .i 


5,114.89 


H..222 77 


1.1.21.7" 00 


1.771.1" 


204.36 


408.7! 






389.10 


77V.21 


3.159.295.00 


.',.4711.11 


631 86 


1 2..:: 71 


2,400.157.00 


2 


180.03 







669 61 


122.12 


,,, . 




5,846.79 


616.94 


288.8! 




1 662 .■" 


121 84 


383 6! 


1 50! 22v 00 


2 .,1:: 2, 


801 .,:. 


608 17 




12,1127.12 


2,264.67 


4.. ,29. 33 


1 122.772.ini 




298.76 


7,:-, .,, 




27..:'! 2i, 


2,542,4a 


5.084.86 


'.7 |,2«2 00 


3,420.32 


194 ... 


789.81 



22.7,71 2X 
111.34 



7. HI. VJ 

204.36 
389.10 



... \ ,lu 
-7, Mill 

1,016.27 



ornial School 
1-7, Mill 

* 1.IH7..27 



317.0.V 

2.11" 27 
112.'.. 21 
227.21 

538.95 
438.22 
303.20 



21. 221 
121. VI 



.,1 .,:: 
12.72 
105.89 

71.2.17, 



..Ml."-, 


(1S6.03 


686.06 


686 "7, 


228 1: 1 


1,013.48 


1. 013.48 


1,013.48 


1.013.4S 


337.82 


299. SO 


299.S0 


299.80 


.299.80 


99.93 


374.50 


374.50 


274 7," 


374.7,0 


121 S3 


1.197.VV 


1,197.88 


1,187.88 


1.127.W 


399.29 


702. 10 


702.40 


702.10 


7"2 1" 


234.13 


1, :.:.",. 22 


1,465.92 


1.1.2,212 


1.2:7.22 


[88.64 


2. 221. 7. v 


2.221.7V 


2,221 ;v 


2,291.78 


.,,". ',.: 


368.16 


368.15 


16 


, 


122.71 


7,7,1.7,1 


77,1.7,1 


651.61 


77,1.7,1 


183.84 


2311.92 


91 2 


939.92 


939.92 


313.30 


172 VJ 


152.82 


17.2.S2 


162.82 




111.".: 


441.03 


441.02 


141.02 


117. "1 


2.11. 7.V 


21 1 


261.88 




V7 12 


516.32 


516 22 


515.32 


515.82 


171 77 


1.2..:;.. 2.; 


1 j,,:: 16 


1,203 ::.: 


1.21.2.2.1; 


101 12 


526.82 


526.82 


526.82 


526 82 


176.60 


159.04 


159.04 


169.04 


17,2 "1 


17,2.01 


196: 05 


195 65 


196.66 


196.65 





22211 2" 

161.46 



2.272.21 

12,i;2.ii2 



1,317.72 

7,0, 12V, 21, 



121.83 


212.77, 


548.25 


17,7,2.2 


1.11,2.12 


701.66 


1,617.01 


12,127.60 


7.276.56 


172 -7, 


721., '7 


1.2I7.V2 


238.7! 


1,790.81 


1 074 l" 


11,92... 


1.271.22 


764.63 


2S 22 


212.43 


127.40 



99.7.x 


746.89 


VI7.1V 


6,366.06 


171 .., 


986.62 






$22,811.27 


1171.085. 32 



306 7i 



-.041.7,.: 
1,691 "2 



. ,„.: 96 

2,2 1 

10,780 1 1 



"29 117 


12,721 ..:: 


520.21 


2".2.:9,72 


r, ,,:. 


5,995 "7 


7,01.77, 


7.159.97 



7,2.72.12 

50,848.64 



15 836 7: 


1 11""" .. 


; 7.2 96 


II 


1,030.21 


7,,,: 00 


v 7: v 27 




3,056.45 


04 ,», 


v 820.62 




.,77:1 SI 





",7111, 22 





\, , l,,ll. i.l 
Bent 



Chaffe. 7 

Conejos 10 

Costilla 11 

Custer 12 

1. ,l... 13 

Denvei : 

Dolores 1.1 

... .. Douglas 10 

1 : , . 

Fremont 20 

Garfield 21 

Gilpin 27 

Grand 23 

Gunnison 24 



-■• 



Jefferson 27 

. Kiowa 28 

I-. [I , ... -.,. 1 .: 

I.:i Plata 31 

Larimer 32 



Logai 27, 

Mesa 30 

. Mineral 37 

Montrose 38 

[ontezuma 39 

Morgan 40 



Park 4:i 

.. Phillips 44 

.. Pitkin 45 



... San Juan 
.. San Miguel 

S,,l-« "'!- 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

V11111.1 

I 01 , 



j 



APPORTIONMENT OF TAX CHARGED AGAINST THE SEVERAL COUNTIES OF THE STATE FOR 1903. 



Agricultural 



S, hi 0] ol Mil 




2 276 it 
i 119.09 
3,«2.M 
2.700.04 
1,368.88 
Si 

■..'i,7 



:■,, . 
5,801.62 



062.89 

948 II 



I 

: , 

S 929 22 

5,847 7.7 



848.02 
154.92 

410.84 



526 27 
162.11 



:, i.ii 63 
219.19 
381 -I 





IG4.85 


3,221.11 


894 12 


, , 


„,i ,., 


1,486 26 


176.86 


2, 191 88 


306.12 




2.445.02 


1.936.27 


286 97 


19,634.27 


2,404 26 




281.79 


B44.163 18 





276.64 


1S8 27 


„.;.' i„ 


816 08 


3,984 11 


i 992 09 


1,256 77, 


628 7.7 


-.7,7 25 


278.68 


1 .HIS HI 


7,iil 16 


836 77 


117 S7 


.,,1 


830 62 


834.00 


167.00 


947.09 


173. SI 


14,072.53 


22,086.27 


208 62 


104.42 


1,190.84 


595.42 


730.89 


368 17. 


913.73 


17,1, N7 


9,708 23 


4,864.11 



924 2 1 
386.28 



199.20 


199 20 


138.27 


138.27 


:: ■' 


310.08 


992.09 


1,992.09 


628 37 


628.87 


878.03 


, :.63 


504 13 


604.46 


117.87 


•117.87 



.272211, 
710.39 



n,7 mi 
173.64 



368 16 

17,1, S7 

1,864.11 



316.08 
,992 mi 



104.42 

696: 12 



7,02111 



1,211.85 


005.93 


606.93 


605.93 


606.93 


271.09 


135.85 


135.S5 


185 S6 


135.85 


1,274.43 


637.21 


037.21 


637.21 


637.21 


2,017.22 


1 008 61 


1,008.61 


1,008.61 


1. 008.01 


585.34 


92.61 


292.67 


92 '.. 


292.67 


681.60 


3*1.80 


340.80 


340.S0 


340.80 


2,431.64 


1.215.82 


1.215.82' 


1,216.82 


1,215.82 


1.432.07 


710.03 


716.03 


71603 


716.03 


2.010.00 


1.306.03 


1.305.03 


1,305.03 


1.305.08 


1.401.32 


2,200.67 


2.200.67 


2,2 ;7 


2.2110.07 


077.28 


338.01 


338.64 


338.64 


338.04 


1,041.86 


520.94 


B20 94 


620.94 


520.94 


1,090.05 


MS. 112 


848.02 


SIS. 112 


848.02 


309.87 


154.92 


154.92 


154.92 


164 92 


833.67 


416.84 


U6.84 


416.84 


410. SI 


482.38 


241.20 


241.20 


241.20 


241.20 


1.007.1S 


503.69 


503.59 


503.59 


503.59 


2,264.27 


1,132.13 


1,132.13 


1,132 IS 


1.132.13 



1.2i in 77 


.39 


000.39 


000.39 


600.39 


930.35 


168 is 


408.18 


46S.18 


40S.1S 


10,003.28 


5,001 S3 


■".. 


5.001.63 


5, i 


43S.99 


219 in 


219.19 


219.19 


219.49 


771 I'l 


2.S7 21 


IIS7.21 


387.24 


387.21 


1,077.86 


538.93 


138.93 


138.93 


638.93 


929 68 


li. l 85 


164.85 


111! S7, 


101 S5 


788 so 


mil 12 


inn 12 


394.49 


894.42 


1.329.35 


mil n7 


001.07 


l.sl ,7, 


001.07 


361.74 




175.80 


175.80 


176 S.I 


010.27 


305.12 


305.12 


305.12 


305.12 


4,890.04 


2,445.02 


2.446.02 


2.446.02 


2. 117, 112 


473.95 


230.97 


230.97 


230.97 


230.97 


4.808.39 


2.404.20 


2,404 20 


2.1114,211 


2.1111 211 


663,58 


281.79 


281.79 


281.79 


281.79 


33 82 17 


ii 06 


1 66,6 5 


* 60,631 "7, 


J 66,63] ii7. 



Stock Inspccl 
1-16 Mill 

J 284.14 



tol 

il.lnm ll.iinls 
1 2 Mill 



l,7,7ii!il 
690 7,7 

1,2111 111 
1.044 08 
826.64 

1,183.87 



1,142.17 
12.136 
3,182 I" 

1.777, lis 
1.200.91 



602.98 


182 3s 


,258 99 


1,007.19 


1.830.33 


2,204.27 


.nil. 59 


1.117,2 27, 



lisil 117 

.mil. us 



,.272 2il 



10,089.09 ... i'l 

8.367 is Conejos 

i, 1,1221. Costilla 
li.ln "I Ouster : 

9,470.84 Delta 1 

i '" 727 in Denver 

2,088.23 Dolores 

11,908.44 ... 

7.368 ml ... ... Eagle 

n 1 17 it Elberl 

97,082 .7 El Paso 

2',. 17,ii 24 Fremont 

14,207.81 Garfic Id 

ln.1117, 56........ Gilpin 

1,623.39 Granil 

12,11s 7,7 , i 1 i 

2,716.99 ...... Hinsdale 

127H _1 Huerfano 

2",172 22 Jefferson 

5,863.37 Kiowa 

6,816.02 Kit .'ii-, ii 

2i.:;iii it Lake 

14,320.01 

2.,. lim .in Larimer 

ii nil 2,i Las Animas 

6,772.84 Lincoln 

10.41S.68 Logan 



Win 



S.330.7H . 
1,823.89 

10.(171 .SO . 



.. Montrose 

Montezuma 

Morgan 



1,2111 77 


1 2.0.17 72 


Pitkin 


'.HI., 7. 


II. 11111121 


Prower 


10.HIII.2S 


100,032.74 


Pueblo 


.. ',2 


I 389 82..... ... 


. Kim III mi- 


774 111 


7.7HS7 


... Kin Grande 




10,778.56 


Ki.ml 


7888 60 


San Km 






s.in Miguel 






Sedgwick 


010.27 


0.102.57 


Summit 


4,890.04 


4S.900.3S 


Teller 






Washington 






Willi 


568 59 


5.035. S3 




$133,262 is 


J1.332.021.0S 


1 hi lis 



ASSESSMENTS 



Statement Showing Apportionment of Public School Income Fund for 
the Years 1903 and 1904. 

Abstracts of Assessment, showing Increase and Decrease. 

Abstract Assessments 1903 and 1904. 

Recapitulation of same. 

Detailed Statements — Acres of Agricultural Land ; Acres of Grazing 
Land ; Acres of Coal Land ; Improvementi on Lands ; Improve- 
ments on Public Lands ; Town and City Lots ; Improvements 
on Town and City Lots; Mining Property and Gross Output; 
Miles of Railroad and Other Property ; Miles of Telegraph and 
Telephone Lines ; Average Value of Merchandise ; Amount of 
Capital Employed in Manufactures ; Horses ; Asses ; Mules ; 
Cattle ; Sheep ; Swine ; Goats ; All other Animals, Musical In- 
struments ; Clocks and Watches ; Diamonds ; Jewelery ; Gold 
and Silver Plate ; Amount of Money and Credits ; Carriages 
and Vehicles ; Household Property ; All other Property ; Bank 
Stocks or Other Stocks, Etc. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 119 



APPORTIONMENT PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME. 

1903. 1904. 

January 19th. July 15th. January 15th. July 22d. 

Adams $ 926.54 $ 569.88 $ 869.28 $ 639.53 

Arapahoe 504.36 505.17 797.66 641.06 

Archuleta 318.71 324.44 427.62 410.62 

Baca 92.93 103.49 148.01 112.21 

Bent 337.91 421.61 569.56 438.63 

Boulder 2,721.61 3,062.23 4,064.30 3,291.22 

Chaffee 737.78 817.57 1,115.15 846.54 

Cheyenne 54.87 56.93 79.50 70.51 

Clear Creek 754.77 840.65 1,120.97 798.75 

Conejos 1,423.96 1,567.54 2,092.09 1,616.21 

Costilla ! 665.51 684.92 923.71 695.22 

Custer 356.02 366.93 499.07 352.53 

Delta 914.24 1,101.83 1,498.33 1,214.13 

Denver 16,834.04 19,625.22 25,302.27 19,726.23 

Dolores 106.45 71.06 99.91 56.70 

Douglas 373.95 344.73 483.77 355.15 

Eagle 275.98 301.46 423.41 312.15 

Elbert 404.68 447.58 641.94 406.96 

El Paso 4,202.38 4,701.24 6,263.08 4,505.97 

Fremont 2,002.48 2,256.00 3.013.33 2,146.82 

Garfield 743.07 . S05.73 1,083.12 881.67 

Gilpin 745.36 811.53 1,084.27 745.64 

Grand 81.46 92.13 124.97 125.39 

Gunnison 479.07 520.41 710.50 568.45 

Hinsdale 129.47 142.70 190.56 112.70 

Huerfano 1.26S.74 1,433.35 1,917.81 1,500.22 

Jefferson 1,258.20 1,399.98 1,926.9S 1,469.56 

Kiowa 61.03 60.79 95.21 68.31 

Kit Carson 223.00 251.94 338.43 243.28 

Lake 1,270.86 1,360.26 1,822.35 1,309.71 

La Plata 1,095.25 1,354.40 1,805.74 1,199.49 

Larimer 1,822.87 2,298.82 3,104.22 2.6S5.S1 

Las Animas 2,S60.26 3,686.51 4,926.45 3,369.92 

Lincoln 100.55 121.74 187.79 122.71 

Logan 374.03 407.68 597.70 442.27 

-Mesa 1,270.93 1,565.03 2.087.75 1,773.66 

Mineral 149.86 128.53 184.77 131.22 

Montrose 615.73 702.49 524.81 399.30 



120 BIENNIAL REPORT 



APPORTIONMENT PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME— Concluded. 

1903. 1904. 

January 19th. July 15th. January 15th. July 22d. 

Montezuma 317.53 393.09 926.59 722.80 

Morgan 465.40 529.46 712.71 585.93 

Otero 1,650.86 2,097.90 2,780.92 1,889.42 

Ouray 381.80 411.46 576.80 423.19 

Park 272.76 267.10 401.29 290.86 

Phillips 22S.47 227.56 320.39 213.07 

Pitkin 684.09 704.41 942.25 701.54 

Prowers 616.90 727.69 983.35 745.37 

Pueblo 5,320.19 6,511.69 8,647.91 6,373.52- 

Rio Blanco 199.26 202.80 304.72 252.70 

Rio Grande 573.28 671.71 891.67 678.44 

Routt 449.34 545.S6 764.85 634.02 

Saguache 489.22 523.50 743.02 550.86 

San Juan 149.20 171.55 224.15 161.82 

San Miguel 363.14 376.06 501.76 368.78 

Sedgwick 159.78 150.83 211.56 161.36 

Summit 201.72 216.93 299.33 191.71 

Teller 2,133.48 2.379.73 3,127.95 2,095.49 

Washington 147.43 231.10 306.91 223.93 

Weld 2,146.17 2,487.86 3,319.99 2,778.28 

Yuma 234.30 459.67 614.57 598.04 

Normal School 187.72 222.62 294.76 

Total $65,930.95 $75,225.08 $101,043.84 $76,651.84 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 121 

ADAMS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904 

1903 1904 





No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


79,891 


$1,228,447.00 


87.740 


$1,848,587.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


475,436 


399,028.00 


437,206 


407,560.00 


Acres of coal land 


2,560 


3,070.00 


2,625 


4,570.00 












Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and 
the kind thereof 


524,500.00 


569,905.00 


Improvements on public lands 




4,735.00 




11,520.00 


Town and city lots 


27,214 


259. 333.00 


27,260 


315,085.00 


\ Improvements on town and 
city lots 




81, 200.00 




101,140.00 


Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining rlaims 


















Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors.. 


87.51 


1,030,424.00 


118.56 


1.100,572.00 


Other railroad property 




16,697.00 




18,434.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


73.41 


8,865.00 


118.56 


11,626.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


SI. 4 


10,679.00 


81 


13,235.00 


Average value of merchandise 




173,675.00 




157,815.00 


Average amount of capital 
employed in manufactures.. 




3/500.00 




4,900.00 


Horses 


3,503 


87,470.00 


3,326 


104,095.00 


Mules 


106 


3,780.00 


10S 


4,460.00 


1 Asses 


4 


225.00 


3 


50.00 


Cattle 


12,150 


233,625.00 


11,626 


201,212.00 


Sheep 


25,605 


53,205.0) 


26,311 


50,295.00 


Swine 


2,953 


14,755.00 


3,753 


23,170.00 


Goats 


1 
1,403 


5.0'J 

2,925.00 








2,240.00 


Musical instruments 


195 


8,035.00 


175 


8,540.00 


Clocks and watches 


149 


1,365.00 


135 


1,410.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




3°5.00 




405.00 


Amount of money, credits.book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 








27,300.00 







122 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ADAMS — Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 36,775.00 16,955.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 3.820.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Stock or. shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 300.00 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 300.00 

Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 1,590 37,140.00 1.533 37,685.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 975.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 5,510.00 5,120.00 

All other property 32,570.00 23,355.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Grand total valuation of 

county $4,262,183.00 $5,076,336.00 



Number of military polls 419 975 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $17,508.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



123 



ARAPAHOE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 6S,333 

Acres of grazing land 260,767 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 61,724 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors. 67.78 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 581 

Miles of telephone lines 703 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 2,973 

Mules 94 

Asses 

Cattle 12,177 

Sheep 23,300 

Swine 669 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 289 

Clocks and watches 231 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
•stones 

Amount' of money, credits. \ 
book accounts and other ae- )• 
counts not evidenced by / 
writing ' 

Cash value promissory notes. ( 
bonds, debentures and all \ 
other written evidence of J 
indebtedness ' 



I 




1904 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


$1,810,721.00 


68,333 


$1,538,660.00 


304,350.00 


260,767 


303,175.00 


190,370.00 




160,695.00 


3,605.00 




2,615.00 


700,505.00 




892,600.00 
191,950.00 


826,261.00 




852,868.00 


14,380.00 




16,710.00 


11,216.00 




14,575.00 


11,345.00 




13,960.00 


29 .".30.00 




26,860.00 


80,655.00 


2,568 


68,875.00 


2,970.00 


107 
9,679 


3,605.00 


240,346.00 


154,195.00 


46.966.00 


20,600 


30,150.00 


4.230.00 


716 


2.935.00 


325.00 


360.00 


18,340.00 


267 


16,815.00 


3.450.00 


169 


2,325.00 


1.080.00 




880.00 



17,040.00 



9.730.00 



121 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ARAPAHOE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Number of military polls 486 680 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits , 'in state 20,695.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 3,180.00 13,880.00 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,612 35,660.00 1,374 26,925.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 12,875.00 10,085.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 9,125.00 8,160.00 

All other property 288,255.00 296,765.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $4,802,334.00 $4,660,393.00 



Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $8, 473.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



125 



AECHULETA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. . 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

■Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors. . 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lies 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

■tales 





Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



190c 






1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


7,238 


1 36,190.00 


6,323 




$ 32,500.00 




158,537.50 


134,784 




168,700.00 


SO 


12,000.00 


40 




600.00 


39,800 


99,67- 5 


23.114 




57,785.00 



09 






550.00 

2,560.00 
58,795.00 

38.201.00 



292,801.00 

61,392.00 

2,400.00 

45,313.00 



Jewelry, srold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
Stones 





20.000.00 


810 


26,707.00 


19 


a 


5.175 


52.126.00 


28.930 


43,395.00 


86 


376.00 


320 


320.00 


19 


1. 204.OO 


37 


227.00 



77.20 



63.05 



869 



0,4Sb 

36.400 



300 
51 



93 



21.400.00 
1,200.00 
58,795.00 

38.201.00 



309.750.00 

35,612.00 

3.266.00 

1.200.00 

34,000.00 

10.000.00 
28,295.00 

660.00 

54.529.00 
54,500.00 

53.00 

SOO.oo 

128.00 

1.820.00 

335.00 



Amount of monev. credits, 
book accounts and other ^c- 
co'mts not evidenced by 
writing 



126 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ARCHULETA— Conceded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1004. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



1903 . 1904 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing- business in the 
state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 244 4,513.00 159 2,711.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 750.00 

Libraries 400.00 275.00 

Furniture and fixtures 1,850.00 2,400.00 

All other property 13,085.00 3,460.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $ 996,025.00 : $ 922.975.00 



Number of military polls 397 200 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $300.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



12' 



BACA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



20,882.00 

6,161.00 
935.00 

2,675.0:> 



1903 
Xo. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing- land 289,907 $ 162,326.00 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 67 

Asses 

Cattle 36,458 

Sheep 28,275 

84 

Goats 

IAll other animals 2 

Musical instruments 24 

Clocks and watches 51 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 

- 10.6:0.0 






1904 



No. of 



:91.310 



Valuation 



$ 163,188.00 



5,4S9.00 
2.705.00 





3.270 


42,616.00 


1,615.00 


45 


1,145.00 


378,180.00 


32,149 


333.0: ". ! "» 


42,413.00 


26,2§0 


39,435.00 


240.00 


103 


276.00 


65.00 


3 




315.00 


28 


360.00 




22 


185.00 






128 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BACA— ^Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in States 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 



Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 2SS 4,58E 3,970.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 5.125.00 4,643.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $ 691,358.00 ■ $ 640,850.00 



Number of military polls 142 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



129 



BENT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



1903 



Xo. of 
Acres of agricultural land 3S,512 



Acres of grazing land. 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims — 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Gnats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced bv writ- 
ing 



99,778 



Valuation 

$ 389,561.00 

113,670.00 



1904 
Xo. of Valuation 



41,318.00 
11.6S5.00 
61.S00.0O 

S7.500.00 



3S.6S4 
102,922 



$ 3SS.S17.00 
113,611.00 



40,227.00 

8,270.00 

61,838.00 

86,895.00 



3-5.92 


528,325.00 


36.92 


."^1.490.00 




13,762.00 




16.621.00 




11,418.00 




15,092.00 




11.717.00 




16.145.00 




21,200.Q0 






2.323 


46.23S.0U 


2.293 


45,283.00 


97 


2.310.00 


79 


1.925.00 


14.-71 


164.298.00 


11,583 


123.670.00 


27.572 


45.649.00 


24.112 


33,841.00 


490 


1,181.00 


561 




931.00 






200 00 


29 


675.00 


12 


610.00 


58 


270.00 


24 


163.00 



130 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BENT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 
330 


Valuation 


No. of 
374 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 






Average cash value bank de- 






Carriages and vehicles of every 


3,570.00 
525.00 


4,053.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Agricultural implements 


330.00 
935.00 


Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 


1,125.00 
3,710.00 

18,905.00 


3,415.00 
21,234.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 










Grand total valuation of 
county 




$1,580,412.00 


$1,588,403.00 


Number of military polls 


346 




330 





Reducation made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $21,084.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



131 



BOULDER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1903 
Xo. of "Valuation 

101,085 $1,890,905.00 

107,170 221,275.00 



14. 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

on town and 



Improvements 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 





780.00 


032. 


720.00 


4.035.00 


1,305.525.00 


2,228, 


755.00 


457 


980.00 


439. 


300.00 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors.. 



Other railroad property. 
Miles of telegraph lines. 
Miles of telephone lines. 



1,121.075.00 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by 
writing 



1904 
No. of Valuation 

92,922 $1,860,305.00 

115,223 285.055.00 

12,902 215.705.00 



854.615.00 
5,485.00 

1,332.635.00 

2,412.640.00 
486,130.00 

481,610.00 



1.232.383.00 



Average value of merchandise. 




442.515.00 




445.145.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 










Horses 


7,015 


17S. 795.00 


7,392 


201,560.00 


Mules 


316 


8.690.00 


341 


9,375.00 


Asses 






159 


1,055.00 


Cattle 


15,516 


206,760.00 


15,346 


204,710.00 


Sheep 


2,033 


3,095.00 


2,464 


3,950.00 


Swine 


653 


2,590.00 


928 


4,120.00 








4,090 


6,215.00 


All other animals 


2,906 


6,950.00 


50 


965.00 


Musical instruments 


1,080 


61.105.00 


1,186 


68.905.00 


Clocks and watches 


830 


7.890.00 


847 


7.7G5.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




3.275.00 




2.795.00 



wri 



132 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BOULDEK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 


No. of 


Valuation 

251,625.00 


No. of 


"Valuation 

205,100.00 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 










Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 










Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 










Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 


3,863 


69,180.00 


3,933 


76.765.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




6,975.00 




6,475.00 












Furniture and fixtures. . ., 




55,495.00 




57,825.00 


All other property 




68,155.00 




79,540.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 




< 




' 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 
















Grand total valuation of 
county 




$9,960,445.00 




$10,551,828.00 


Number of military polls 


3,222 




3,384 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $12, 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



133 



CHAFFEE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1903 


1904 


STo. of Valuation 


No. of Valuation 


14,848.04 $ 158,320.00 


15,215.028 $ 157,140.00 


60,120.34 62,890.00 


57,715.74 62,675.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims.. 10,970.50 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned^ 
by State Board of Assessors , 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital .em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



1,400 
31 



5,353 



219 



13 
292 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



216,740.00 

12,180.00 

216,354.00 

433,103.00 
157,760.00 

45,785.00 



1,482,879.00 



119,255.00 



31,102.00 
625.00 



54,155.00 



921.00 



415.00 

16,915.00 

5,053.00 

7,125.00 



11,864.497 



1,518 
35 

5,016 

223 

IS 
341 
436 



191,255.00 

14,110.00 

228,861.00 

459,045.00 
119,385.00 

40,767.00 



,578.00 



116.751.00 

30,815.00 
735.00 

49,220.00 

925.00 

439.00 

23,645.00 
4,625.00 

1,135.00 






134 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CHAFFEE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



f Xo. of 
Amount of money, credits, \ 
book accounts and other ac- \ 
counts not evidenced in writ- 
ing 1 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Cash value promissory notes, / 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


2 9 700 00 






Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 








Average cash value bank de- I 
posits in State 1 








Average cash value bank de- / 
posits out of State / 






t 


Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 906 


17,108.00 


818 


16,735.00 


Household property (over and 


2,450.00 




3,430.00 


Libraries 


1,180.00 
7,950.00 






Furniture and fixtures 




S, 250. 00 


All other propertv 


37,555.00 




51,020.00 
760.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank, bicycles 


37,050.00 


83 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 














Grand total valuation of 


S3.141.S70.00 


$3,126,056.00 






Number of military noils 665 


# 







Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $6,429.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 135 

CHEYEXNE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 





Xo. of 


Valuation 


Xo. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 










5S9.997 


$ 368,748.00 


585,123 


$ 438,843.00 


















Acres of other mineral land 






Improvements on lands and 
the kind of lands thereof 


3,970.00 


4.280,00 


Improvements on public lands. 




3,970.00 




4,325.00 


Town and city lots 


938 


1,431.00 




3,381.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




6,252.00 




6,703.00 


Metalliferous mining claims... 










Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 


















63.13 


855,222.00 


63.13 


877,510.00 


Other railroad property 




11,366.00 




25,929.0) 




63.13 


10,125.00 






Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 












2,700.00 




3,100.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 


1,241 




997 




12,420.00 


9,970.00 


Mules 


10 


121.00 


12 


120.00 




9,411 




9,448 




Cattle 


92,649.00 


94,536.00 


Sheep 


12,550 


18,825.00 


10,925 


16,387.00 


Swine 


3 


9.00 


24 


72.00 


Goats 


15 




16 










Musical instruments 


425.00 


655.00 


Clocks and watches 


39 


273.00 


32 


224.03 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 











Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 500.00 



136 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CHEYENNE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 93 1,347.00 89 1,330.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 285.00 325.00 

All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 2,500.00 2,000.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $1,393,141.00 $1,489,690.00 



Number of military polls 118 108 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $2,215.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



13: 



CLEAR CREEK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 





Xo. of 


Valuation 
1903 


Xo. of 


Valuation 
1904 


Acres of agricultural land — 
Acres of grazing land, 215 per 










24,300 


$ 58,120.00 


34,750 


$ 53,445.00 


Acres of coal land 




















Acres of other mineral land 










Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 




19,454.00 






Improvements on public lands 




10,000.00 




10,000.00 


Town and city lots 




539,020.00 




592,040.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




464", 631. 00 




432,450.00 


Metalliferous mining claims... 




461,945.11 




688,964.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




294,130.00 




296,850.00 


Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 




157, 148. S9 




99,270.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 


25.- 


7 291,381.00 


25/ 


7 293,778.00 


Other railroad property, Wells 




1,443.00 
2,900.00 




1,804.00 
3,646.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 






Miles of telephone lines 




11,918.00 




16,715.00 


Average value of merchandise 




85,377.00 




78,455.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




9,975.00 




6,250.00 


Horses 


730 


20,145.00 


723 


17,985.00 


Mules 


19 


365.00 


17 


340.00 


Asses 


75 


780.00 


74 


735.00 


Cattle 


745 


13,055.00 


782 


12,225.00 


Sheep 








Swine 










Goats 












Musical instruments 


7,600.00 


7,460.00 


Clocks and watches 




680.00 




710.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




450.00 




430.00 






138 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CLEAR CREEK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 
No. of Valuation No. of "Valuation 
Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 12,045.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 



Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 








Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 








Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 




9,210.00 


8,365.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 





3,000.00 


3,350.00 


Libraries 




1,000.00 


1,500.00 


Furniture and fixtures 




11,725.00 


12,050.00 


All other property 




1,775.00 


1,935.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




35,000.00 


51,400.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 














Grand total valuation of 
county 




$2,522,273.00 


$2,694,757.00 


Number of military polls 


690 




800 



Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $13,604.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



139 



CONEJOS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



1903 



1904 





No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


92,568 


$ 512,555.00 


93,865 


$ 563,911.00 


Acres of grazing land 


169,017 


247,694.00 


160,880 


201,100.00 


Acres of coal land 






11,663 


11,761.00 


Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and 
kind of land thereof 


163,726.00 


156,463.00 


Improvements on public lands 




7,734.00 




7,993.00 


Town and city lots 




96,963.00 




98,247.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots. 




157,126.00 




176,904.00 


Metalliferous mining claims... 




8,415.00 




11,240.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




7,060.00 




6,560.00 


Pullman Car Co. and others... 








3,916.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 


74.25 


513,448.00 


74.25 


517,450.00 


Other railroad property 




6,059.00 




2,560.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


74.25 


8,700.00 


74 


10,566.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


106.9 


6,066.00 


10.65 


24,680.00 


Average value of merchandise 




80,766.00 




96,549.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Globe Express Co 

Horses 








3,712.00 




75.00 






2,867 


49,764.00 


3,080 


53,930.00 


Mules 


59 


1,169.00 


96 


1,676.00 


Asses 


6,706 


7,863 


Cattle 


100,301.00 
47,671.00 


116,423.00 
52,997.00 


Sheep 


37,036 


41,481 


Swine 


352 


925.00 


346 


963.00 




205 




146 




All other animals 


338.00 


305.00 


Musical instruments 


137 


4,251.00 


172 


5,555.00 


Clocks and watches 


253 


1,209.00 


256 


1,451.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




455.00 




570.00 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



14,745.00 



11,300.00 



140 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CONEJOS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Number of military polls 1,463 1,216 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $3,683. 



Carriages and vehicles of 

every description 1,168 18,571.00 1,009 17,844.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 2,375.00 7,080.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 24,535.00 27,009.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 400.00 



Grand total valuation of 
county $2,089,371.00 $2,191,123.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 141 

COSTILLA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land. 
Acres of grazing land 





1903 




1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


184,699 


$ 488,531.00 


125,782 




$ 331,294.00 


776,357 


121.797.00 


67,561 




113,668.00 



Acres of coal land — mountain 
land 767, 713 79,970.00 



Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on public lands. 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 946 3,892.00 1.106.24 4.212.00 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 



74.671.00 




76,773.00 


2,781.00 




2,498.00 


19.175.00 




18,628.00 


45,330.00 




37,900.00 


20,585.00 


1,179 


20,664.00 



75.35 


567,969.00 


75.55 


567,750.00 




229.00 




229.00 


75.35 


7.920.00 




9,326.00 




7.495.00 




9,610.00 




28.050.00 




28,445.00 




31,400.00 




18,400.00 


2,070 


32,253.00 


1.957 


33,984.00 


95 


1.995.00 


96 


1,980.00 






1 


20.00 


9,294 


116.351.00 


8,476 


89,693.00 


17,296 


22,834.00 


17,893 


22,397.00 


229 


707.00 


215 


771.00 


1,291 


1.604.00 


1.201 
39 


1.581.00 


44 


1.750.00 


1.545.00 


32 


228.00 


104 


314.00 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by 
writing 8,725.00 3.775.00 



142 BIENNIAL REPORT 

COSTILLA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



No. of 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 


Valuation 


No. of 
560 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 






Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 524 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


11,543.00 
. 75.00 


11,515.00 
75.00 


Libraries 




Furniture and fixtures 






All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 


35,120.00 


28,973.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 


75.00 








Grand total valuation of 
county 


$1,653,085.00 


$1,515,990.00 






Number of military polls 


592 




642 



Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $7,785.00/ 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



143 



CUSTER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1903 
No. of Valuation 

6,911 $ 42,480.00 

S8.452.5 195,260.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and cit y lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals — 
Musical instruments. 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other, ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



2,685 



28,560.00 



2,825.00 
360.00 



1904 
No. of Valuation 

14,242 $ 131,305.00 

84,644 123,055.00 



30.600.00 





164,015.00 




88,255.00 




6,630.00 




17,445.00 




22,110.00 




21,305.00 




54,565.00 




56,395.00 






2,784 


29,045.00 








32,340.00 
26,430.00 




4,920.00 




12.89 


92,447.00 


12.89 


93,455.00 




24,105.00 




19,979.00 


12.89 


1,289.00 


12.89 


1,895.00 




5,687.00 




7,695.00 




22,140.00 




21,680.00 




2,430.00 




400.00 


1,713 


28,900.00 


1,721 


30,265.00 


16 


270.00 


23 
10,706 


495.00 


9,727 


88,190.00 


110,530.00 


40 


80.00 


331 


505.00 


118 


275.00 


101 


275.00 



3,170.00 
290.00 



32,360.00 



144 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CUSTER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


1903 
No. of Valuation 


1904 
No. of Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 






555 10,330.00 
300.00 


548 10,610.00 
170.00 








All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 


6,243.00 


10,650.00 

25.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 












Grand total valuation of 


835,011.00 


870,004.00 






Number of military polls 


241.00 


276.00 



Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $7,587. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



145 



DELTA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural laud 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 





1903 


19( 


)4 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


64,461 


$ 567,967.00 


52,559 


$ 651,432.00 


55,625 


73,028.00 


69,328 


86,660.00 


2,460 


24,600.00 


3,963.45 


79,260.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims . . . 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from Metallife- 
rous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 



215,985.00 

4,630.00 

140,201.00 

273,633.00 



. by state board of assessors.. 


71.25 


445,779.00 


Other railroad property 




3,519.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


73.60 


7,970.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


64.96 


8,386.00 


Average value of merchandise. 




147,175.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




13,782.00 




4,305 


88,869.00 


Mules 


12S 


3,139.00 




18,528 




Cattle 


181,088.00 


Sheep 


8,503 


11,546.00 


Swine 


897 


3,139.00 


Goats 








2,865 


5,951 00 


Musical instruments 


220 


13.490.00 


Clocks and watches 


115 


S71.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




140.00 









221,070.00 




3,400.00 




150,142.00 




325,585.00 


71.25 


488,700.00 




3,562.00 


73.60 


8,961.00 


134.70 


24,915.00 




145,865.00 




16,530.00 


4,515 


96,135.00 


137 


3,250.00 


19,671 


209,847.00 


7,433 


10,260.00 


1,411 


4,482.00 


2S5 


525.00 


255 


18,785.00 


55 


520.00 



35.00 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by 
writing 



6,575.00 



3,950.00 



146 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DELTA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 










Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 










• 








1,731 


40,249.00 
1,250.00 


1,847 


42,145.00 


Household property, over and 
above exemption 




2,200.00 










6,379.00 
15,710.00 


Furniture and fixtures 




8,025.00 




All other property 




23,022.00 




16,830.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




53,702.00 




57,900.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
















Grand total valuation of 
county 




$2,367,711.00 




$2,695,035.00 


Number of military polls 


465 




811 





Reduction made by state board of equalization for 1904, $4,116. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 117 

DENVER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



19 
No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 10,445.80 

Acres of grazing - land 


)3 
Valuation 

$2,307,775.00 


1904 
No. of "Valuation 

10,307 $2,501,915.00 


A^res of coal land 






Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land 







and kind thereof. 



59.75 


587,310.00 




12,265.00 




7,030.00 




747,045.00 




6,967,405.00 


9,600 


334,430.00 


146 


5,250.00 


4,184 


94,425.00 


400 


800.00 


182 


530.0* 


195 


1,600.00 


11.863 


887,325.00 


11,239 


169,650.00 




296,495.00 




3,000,050.00 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 1,701,815.00 391 1,537,760.00 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots.... 202,564 51,270,330.00 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 34,460 27,406,365.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors, 

leased 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed . in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 195 1,600.00 349 2,960.00 

Musical instruments 11.863 887,325.00 13,641 1,143,775.00 

Clocks and watches 11,239 169,650.00 10,705 207,315.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 3,000,050.00 2,570,500.00 



202,284 


52,173,575.00 


35,929 


28.336,825.00 


10.43 




56.09 


659,824.00 




10,829.00 




19.278.00 




767.810.00 




8,508,390.00 


10,137 


400,580.00 


158 


6,335.00 


4.594 


111.925.00 


420 


4,325.00 


174 


800.00 



148 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DENVER— Conceded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of ■ 
indebtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 46,040.00 64,840.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
out of state ". 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 13,550 386,595.00 8,900 400,455.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 1,387,740.00 1,588,395.00 

Bicycles 4,169 44,165.00 

Furniture and fixtures 1,529,390.00 1,789,095.00 

All other property 8,533,045.00 6,967,470.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 2,500,050.00 2,680,360.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Grand total valuation of 

county $110,181,335.00 $112,856,406.00 



Number of military polls 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904 $S0,200. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



149 



DOLORES. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements. on public lands. 

Town and city lots of Rico 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims . . 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by 
writing 





1903 


19( 


)4 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


560 


$ 3,360.00 


648 


$ 3,888.00 


9,925 


20,584.00 


3,772 


4,715.00 


560 


5,600.00 


560 


5,600.00 






7,021 


17,551.00 


186 


3 7?0 00 








4,275.00 




3,550.00 




10,170.00 




6,290.00 




73,856.00 




71,835.00 




67,125.00 




67,025.00 




50,025.00 




95,550.00 




33,109.00 




36,653.00 




38,000.00 




44,372.00 


22.0' 


7 110,350.00 


22.07 


110,350.00 
885.00 




1,925.00 


2,639.00 


15 


320.00 







353 

18 

47 

1,347 

13 



19,875.00 

33,400.00 

6,415.00 

450.00 

235.00 

20,388.00 

32.00 

10.00 



1,465.00 
592.00 



270 



1,368 
13 



42 



55.00 



3,165.00 



16,350.00 

23,500.00 

6,860.00 

700.00 

325.00 

20,813.00 

32.00 



1,470.00 
472.00 



65.00 



2,700.00 



150 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DOLORES— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



1903 1904 

Xo. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Number of military polls 219 204 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $176.00. 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 82 1,917.00 91 2,060.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 500.00 

Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures ) 

All other property ) 6,140.00 5,470.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 5,000.00 5,000.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 



Grand total valuation of 
county $ 522,058.00 $ 556,720.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



151 



DOUGLAS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 







1903 




1904 




Xo. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


323,818 


$ 671,235.00 


342,527 


$ 652,060.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


















Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land 










Improvements on lands ana tne 
kind of land thereof 


241,985.00 


347,520.00 


Improvements on public lands. 




5,875.00 




240.00 


Town and city lots 




90,090.00 




96,350.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




53,300.00 




51,800.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 










Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors.. 
















1,469,206.00 




1,557,416.00 


Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 




27,184.00 








23,970.00 








18,505.00 






Average value of merchandise. 




19,560.00 




23,565.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




7,910.00 




4,650.00 




2,344 


58,745.00 


2,473 


65,750.00 








32 


1,170.00 












Cattle 


15,596 


202,670.00 


15,657 


207,170.00 
200.00 


Sheep 


29 


60.00 


125 


Swine 


571 


2,535.00 


609 


2,735.00 








3 




All other animals 


240.00 


105.00 


Musical instruments 


87 


3.640.00 


122 


5,625.00 


Clocks and watches 


66 


700.00 


84 


835.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




150.00 




120.00 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by 
writing 



26.925.00 



10,330.00 



152 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DOUGLAS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


No. of 

845 


Valuation 


No. of 
799 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 


■ 




Average cash value bank de- 






Average cash value bank de- 






Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


16,520.00 
500.00 


15,225.00 
450.00 










38,506.00 


18,225.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 


13,350.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 


100.00 






Grand total valuation of 
county 




$2,977,111.00 




$3,074,891.00 


Number of military polls 


317 




320 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $31,562. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



153 



EAGLE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

on town and 



Improvements 
city lots . . 



Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses < 

Mules 



Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animlas ... 
Musical instruments. 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing — 





1903 




1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


13,399 


$ 140,592.00 


14,655 




$ 145,945.00 


40,475 


75,079.00 


40,922 




81,122.00 



53,630.00 
5,530.00 
28,343.00 

66,950.00 
87,721.00 

21,455.00 

9.484.00 



87.54 


983,973.00 




17,730.00 




10,152.00 




9,468.00 




35,668.00 


2.131 


45.363.00 


20 


408.00 


14.971 


160.455.00 


21.129 


31,748:00 


141 


675.00 


40 


103.00 


90 


6.015.00 


90 


655.00 



13 



14.469 

10.774 

171 

50 

89 

157 







56,355.00 


7,510.00 


31,426.00 


69,420.00 


89,796.00 



6.211.00 



22,267.00 

6.348.00 

955,530.00 
25,651.00 
12,290.00 
15,160.00 
39,182.00 

50.363.00 
235.00 

153.045.00 

14.34S.00 

860.00 

142.00 
6.370.00 
1.302.00 



7.350.00 



154 BIENNIAL REPORT 

EAGLE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 


19 

No. of 

506 


03 

Valuation 


No. of 
4S9 


1904 

Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 






Average cash value bank de- 
deposits out of state 






Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 


9,647.00 
1,425.00 


9,515.00 
1,450.00 








All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 


27,760.00 


24,374.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 




150.00 








Grand total valuation of 
county 




$1,842,240.00 




$1,827,506.00 


Number of military noils 


525 




593 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $4,385. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 155 

ELBERT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 

1903 1904 





No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


23,346 


$ 70,038.00 


23,346 


$ 78,634.00 


Acres of grazing land 


700,469 


595,152.00 


690,926 


690,926.00 


















Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 










Improvements on lands and the 




82,485.00 




85,450.00 


Improvements on public lands. 




6.575.00 




4,510.00 


Town and citv lots 




7,200.00 




7,220.00 


Improvements on town and 
citv lots 




23,865.00 




23,260.00 


Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 


















Gross out-put from metallifer- 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by the state board of as- 


8318 


1,032,221.00 

17,387.00 


111 61 


1,070.867.00 
18,489.00 


Other railroad property 






Miles of telegraph lines 


S3.18 


11.157.00 




13,377.00 


Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 












20,650.00 




17.000.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 












2 885 


58,820.00 
2,095.00 


2,330 

65 


81 180 00 


Mules 


88 


2,700.00 


Asses 


17,971 




16,044 
31,030 




Cattle 


272,835.00 

54,400.00 


174,030.00 
46,430.00 


Sheep 


28,300 


Swine 


331 


1,325.00 


367 


1,780.00 


Goats 






All other animals 






Musical instruments 


1,490.00 


2,740.00 


Clocks and watches 




820.00 




770.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones • 











Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced bv 
writing 8,200.00 7,000.00 



156 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ELBERT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 



1903 1904 

Xo. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



debtedness 



Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 11,490.00 10,480.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 6,130.00 2,020.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $2,284,335.00 $2,338,863.00 



Number of military polls 340 390 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $1,831. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



157 



EL PASO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1903 
No. of Valuation 

79,102 $ 637,220.00 

505.498 853.110.00 

850 42,500.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 



Improvements on lands 
the kind of land thereof. 



and 



Improvements on public lands 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims.. 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

•Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1,314,750.00 

16,750.00 

6,482,890.00 

6.857,670.00 
4,330.00 



100.00 





3,420,613.00 




55,884.00 


1.424 


46,669.00 




156,728.00 




1,213,720.00 


6.136 


158,010.00 


254 


6,980.00 


26,613 


368,500.00 


32.240 


48,170.00 


711 


2,600.00 


319 


810.00 


1.306 


87.320.00 


1,239 


22,190.00 




47,130.00 



1904 
No. of Valuation 

79.105.93 $ 608,860.00 

515,195.84 859.320.00 

1,063.44 42,950.00 



55,800.00 



739.24 


4,640.00 




1,338,070.00 




6,518,580.00 




7,001,390.00 


316.80 


3.711,521.00 




1.175,930.00 


5.S84 


145.370.00 


234 


6.280.00 


27,032 


321.510.00 


29.00o 


43,560.00 


593 


2,100.00 


637 


2,530.00 


1.580 


102.400.00 


1,096 


19,380.00 




45,020.00 




46.320.00 



158 BIENNIAL REPORT 

EL PASO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds,, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 


No. of 


Valuation 
111.910.00 


No. of 


Valuation 
96,150.00 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 




317.000.00 




281,500.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 




240,850.00 




188.060.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 










Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 


2.974 


91.460.00 


3.060 


101,010.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




246.940.00 




23S.010.00 


"libraries 




15,500.00 
197,830.00 






Furniture and fixtures 






226,750.00 


All other property 




370,630.00 




406,410.00 


Bank stocks or shares in any 
bank 




778.000.00 




721,580.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 
















Grand total valuation of 
county 




$24,270,564.00 




$24,255,201.00 


Number of military polls 


4,393 




5,150 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $96,921. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 159 

FREMONT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 





1903 
No of Valuation 


No of 


1904 

Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


29,992 


$ 476,113.00 


30,052 


$ 497,537.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


122,970 


213,320.00 


125,420 


205,180.00 


Acres of coal land 


16,760 


348,800.00 


16,500 


346,800.00 


Acres of oil land 


6,450 


129,000.00 


6,760 


129,000.00 


Acres of other mineral land 


3,009 


9,027.00 


3,168 


9,608.00 


Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




554,405.00 




565,700.00 


Improvements on public lands 




7,040.00 




5,825.00 


Town and city lots 




1,018,028.00 




1,015,650.00 


Improvements- on town and 
city lots 




813,185.00 




836,395.00 


Metalliferous mining claims — 


2,113 


31,695.00 


2,257 


31,700.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




1,600.00 




1,600.00 


Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by the state board of as- 
sessors 










143.85 


1,668,697.00 




1,704,173.00 


Other railroad property 




43,901.00 




38.207.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




18,493.00 




24,902.00 


Miles of telephone lines, Pull- 
man Co 




18,771.00 
164,235.00 




8,520.00 

35,150.00 


Average value of merchandise. 


153,750.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




461,700.00 




473,070.00 


Horses 


2,791 


56,155*.00 


2,629 


56,665.00 




147 


5.070.00 


144 


4,185.00 




11,854 




12,072 


Cattle 


115,750.00 


130,790.00 


Sheep 

Swine 










198 


960.00 


156 


560.00 


Goats 


25 




41 




All other animals 


190.00 


330.00 


Musical instruments 


425 


20,880.00 


436 


20,845.00 


Clocks and watches 


207 


2,450.00 


145 


1,985.00 
1,450.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




1,530.00 








160 BIENNIAL REPORT 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 
Xo. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness \ 40,120.00 35,975.00 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of everv 
description 1,311 28,010.00 1,269 26,940.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 6,975.00 7,500.00 

Libraries 2,500.00 2,800.00 

Furniture and fixtures 16,200.00 16,450.00 

All other property 28,010.00 41,102.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank r 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 



Grand total valuation of 
county $6,364,810.00 $6,492,744.00 



6,975.00 


2,500.00 


16,200.00 


28,010.00 


62,000.00 


$6,364,810.00 





Number of military polls... 1,413 1,629 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $55,857 






1903 




1904 




Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


$ 317,350.00 


28,381 




$ 337,400.(X 


142,465.00 


107,491 




144,875.00 


148,210.00 


3,094 




148,160.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 161 

GARFIELD. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 32,654 

Acres of grazing land 106,970 

Acres of coal land 3,080 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 41 150.00 165 275.00 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof > 135,530.00 202,580.00 

.Improvements on public lands 6,750.00 7.170.00 

Town and city lots 238.005.00 244,565.00 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 381.205.00 341.910.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors 1,580,419.00 1,500.777.00 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . . 



Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 3,194 

Mules 81 

Asses 

Cattle 22,417 

Sheep 30 

Swine 454 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 88 

Clocks and watches 



136,040.00 




139.135.00 


74.465.00 


3.724 


96,165.00 


2.430.00 


85 
22.907 


2.315.00 


200.540.00 


229.070.00 


100.00 


250 


460.00 


2.065.00 


578 


2.790.00 






360 00 


3,460.00 


94 


4.215.00 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 310.00 300.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 6.430.00 13.295.00 



« 



162 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GARFIELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 


No. of 
1,085 


Valuation 


No. of 
1,249 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 






Carriages and vehicles of every 


26,385.00 
2,350.00 


26,130.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


6,250.00 


Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or . shares in any 
bank 


19,180.00 
96,51-5.00 

31,600.00 


18,815.00 
79,140.00 

35 470.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 










Grand total valuation of 




$3,551,954.00 




$3,581,622.00 






Number of militarv noils 


330 




616 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $16,573. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



103 



GILPIX. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 





1903 




1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


4,533 


$ 7,650.00 


4,533 




% 7,650.00 


14,327 


26.S65.00 


14,327 




28,455.00 









Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims — 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Wells Fargo & Co. Express 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, . credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



2,040 



11.81 



596 

13 



429 



109 



8,850.00 

8,975.00 

115,005.00 

10,174.00 

S92,965.00 
601,073.00 

326,700.00 



20,875.00 
470.00 



r,955.00 



S.160.00 






549 
13 



451 



100 



42,100.00 

11,295.00 

91,120.00 

9,949.00 

941,280.00 
517,029.00 

343,425.00 



133,535.00 


11. SI 


134,634.00 


662.00 




50,000.00 


1,210.00 




1,911.00 


9.664.00 




15,095.00 


181,705.00 




1 SI. 500. 00 


4,025.00 







19,700.00 

450.00 

827.00 

8,210.00 



,630.00 
220.00 



550.00 



250.00 






164 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GILPIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


No. of 
345 


Valuation 


No. of 
320 


Valuacion 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 










12,128.00 
1,300.00 


11.385.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


2,600.00 




5,515.00 
58,010.00 

88,250.00 


4,750.00 




6,425.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 


110,000.0' 








Grand total valuation of 


$2,533,891.00 




$2,548,410.00 






Number of military polls — 


223 









Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $3,186.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 105 

GRAND. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural laud 12.080 

Acres of grazing land 59. 435 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 



Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


$ 60,400.00 


14,000 


$ 70.000.0U 


71,622.00 


20.342 


• 98. 35 2. On 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 3,600.00 



Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof 31,175.00 33,006.00 

Improvements on public lands 3.630.00 4.934.00 

Town and city lots 12.050.00 13.080.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 15.570.00 19,895.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1.808 

Mules 13 

Asses 

Cattle 11.646 

Sheep 334 

Swine 26 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 26 738.00 11 410.00 

Clocks and watches : 



11,175.00 




14,535.00 


1.675.00 




2.235.00 


33,920.00 


1,494 


36,489.00 


285.00 


57 


1.050.00 


146.152.00 


9,488 


112,452.00 


668.00 


289 


578.00 


78.00 


19 


57.00 






166 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GRAND— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 250 4,950.00 242 

Household property Cover and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 8,160.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $ 405,848. ru $464 



Number of military polls 92 149 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO: 



\i 



GUNNISON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YE 

1903 

No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 26,500 $ 144,190.00 

Acres of grazing- land 48,905 66,07" 

Acres of coal land 15,106 403,770.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land > 

and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof '. 88,855.00 

Improvements on public lands S, 725.00 

Town and city lots 136,210.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 194.185.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 277,890.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 74,340.00 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 

our mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of assessors... 1S7.59 1,213,953.00 

Other railroad property 9,276.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 188 24,140.00 

Average value of merchandise 86,270.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 9,955.00 

Horses 2,267 34,920.00 

Mules 95 2,720.00 

Asses ; ... 238 360.00 

Cattle 18,807 161,755.00 

Shoe;. 9,314 13,690.00 

Swine 94 2S0.00 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 146 6,220.00 

Clocks and watches 1G2 1,535.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 445.00 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 17,430.00 



ARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1904 

No. of Valuation 

25,028 $ 139,710.00. 

56.457 76,695.00 

15,018 3SS.150.O0 

96,865.00 

10,765.00 

124*. 010.00 

195,625.00 

279,985.00 

74,310.00 

185.89 1,240,565.00 
9,920.00 

147.63 23,471.00 

32 2,636.00 

78,510.00 

21,255.00 

2,166 36,240.00 

68 1,965.00 

18,324 183,650.00 

10,493 15,500.00 

52 175.00 

310 705.00 

161 6,400.00 

105 925.00 



41,540.00 



168 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GUNNISON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



13,225.00 
1,400.00 


2,350.00 
11,975.00 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 804 13,225.00 725 12,780.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 1.4u0.00 1,400.00 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 11,975.00 15.S05.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 23.500.00 110.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 



Grand total valuation of 
county ' $3,029,639.00 $3,079,947.00 



Number of military polls 1,045 1,139 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $1,770.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



169 



HINSDALE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

on town and 



Improvements 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments. 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1903 
No. of Valuation 



434 

22 

61 

,800 

,000 

4 



4.723 $ 6,090.00 



7.100.00 
51.175.00 
50,200.00 

108,990.00 
129,957.00 

109.650.00 

62,185.00 

9.45 55,771.00 



990.00 

400.00 

28,335.00 

1,000.00 

6.945.00 

425.* 

295.00 

16,200.00 

12,000.00 

18.00 



3,630.00 
395.00 



50.00 



- 



1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


4,244 


$ 6,020.00 




6.975.00 




16,445.00 




47.G54.U(i 




96,635.00 


5.547.36 


140,980.00 




116.625.00 




14.S03.00 


9.45 


56.700.00 




1,621.00 




300.00 




23.000.00 




1.900.00 


417 


6.890.00 


18 


340.00 


72 


360.00 


1.515 


15,430.00 


8,300 


12.450.00 


16 


46.00 


38 


2,535.00 


30 


485.00 



125.00 



7,750.00 



170 BIENNIAL REPORT 

HINSDALE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Number of military polls 125 140 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 185 3,273.00 152 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 3.410.00 1,170.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 9,06:.."" 

Bank stocks or shares in anv 
bank 472.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
States 



Grand total valuation of 
county S 079,249.00 $ £86,361.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



171 



HUERFANO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 



No of 

Acres of agricultural land 17,025 

Acres of grazing land 200,821 

Acres of coal land 10,872 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineial land 
and kind thereof 



:mprovements on land and the 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 
A.sses . 
Cattle 

Sheep . 



Goats 

All other animals... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



I Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 
Ai 
! 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



Valuation 

$ 167,374.00 

253,961.00 

223,833.00 



479,898.00 
28,569.00 
82,870.00 

188,993.00 



10.00 



29,952.00 



1904 
No of Valuation 

14,556 $ 145,988.00 

231,861 393,014.00 

12,231 220. 500. on 



498,899.00 
27,203.00 
91,820.00 

218,375.00 



119.41 


1,126,738.00 


119.33 


1,106,650.00 




20,222.00 




60,660.00 




17,980.00 




21.S82.00 




9,281.00 




14,385.00 




160.223.00 




132.774.00 




$ 

65,649.00 


3,020 




3,189 


68,080.00 


304 


11,440.00 


245 


11,565.00 


9 


621.00 


11 


930.00 


9,633 


155,766.00 


12,363 


197,511.00 


38,320 


57,480.00 


40,327 


60,490.00 


270 


1,003.00 


277 


1,009.00 


1,028 


1,536.00 


1,728 


2,529.00 


224 


7,165.00 


301 


9,630.00 


129 


6,697.00 


134 


7,313.00 


275 


1,906.00 


289 


2,169.00 



260.00 



48,635.00 



liZ BIENNIAL REPORT 

HUERFANO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,072 23,481.00 " 1.137 25,118.00. 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 650.00 975.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 15,186.00 14,350.00 

All other property 47,569.00 47,452.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $3,186,05,1.00 $3,430,256.00 



Number of military polls 884 853 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $4,941.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



173 



JEFFERSON. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1004. 






Xo. of 
Acres of agricultural land — 67,630 
Acres of grazing land 216,752 



Acres of coal land. 
Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
lots 



Metalliferous mining: claims... 

Improvements on metallifer- 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufacture^ 

Horses 

Mules 



Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

- 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



3.496 



Valuation 
$1,719,445.00 

525,120.00 
46.955.00 



671,160.00 
I 
20,845.00 

292.425."" 





631,519.00 




47,000,00 


69.05 




418.95 


16,946.00 




83,265.00 




49,895.00 


5.253 


119,165.00 


51 


1.055.00 


13,372 


194,740.00 


4,070 


10,220.00 


573 


1,755.00 


7 


155.00 


3S1 


14,460.00 


240 


2,400.00 






7.625.00 



No. of Valuation 

67.740 $1,774,580.00 

233,932 456,855.00 

2,483 31,750.00 









. 305.00 




7,940.00 




405,940.00 




! 1,645.00 


92.49 


687,414.00 


20 


70,000.00 


69.05 


9,822,00 


418.95 


24,015.00 








65,655.00 


4.631 


107,130.00 


39 


670.00 


12,770 


162.485.00 


532 


1,145.00 


592 


1,965.00 


28 


200.00 


345 


13,050.00 


205 


2.055.00 




1,055.00 



1.705.00 



174 BIENNIAL REPORT 

JEFFERSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 

2,154 


Valuation 
2.1.535.00 


No. 


of 


Valuation 
9,555.00 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 






50,000.00 
27,955.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 


26,080.00 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of 








42,960.00 

7,135.00 

2,550.00 

4,125.00 

47,790.00 

' 15,000.00 


2,080 


41,965.00 
5,920.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 






1,640.00 








5,160.00 


All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 






33,610.00 
15,000.00 






Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 


















Grand total valuation of 
county 




$5,043,057.00 






$5,067,386.00 






Number of military polls 


1,211 




1,183 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $10,123. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 175 

KIOWA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


2,460 


$ 5,659.00 


2,400 


$ 3,000.00 


310,417 


194,701.00 


301,404 


198,625.00 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones • 10.00 . 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 8,840.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof _ 24,115.00 

Improvements on public lands 3,180.0<J 2,635.00 

Town and city lots 5,290.00 4,199.00 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 2,608.00 2,509.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors S7.50 987,437.00 87.50 1,050,000.00 

Other railroad property 16,639.00 16,998.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 87.50 11,375.00 13,513.00 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 4,520.00 5,045.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 









1,465 


17,429.00 
630.00 


545 

14 

726 

14,392 

5,110 

3 

18 

33 

64 


8,025.00 








32 


245.00 








.... 17,109 


7,150.00 


Cattle .. 


170,486.00 

7,520.00 

20.00 


142,701.00 


Sheep . . . 
Bicvcles 






5,01a 


8,475.00 

20.00 




ai 
nst 
ad 


limals 


1 

29 




All other 


5.00 
490.00 
391.00 


35.00 
505. 00 


Clocks a 


watches 


64 


390.00 



170 BIENNIAL REPORT 

KIOWA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 8,825.00 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 125 1,410.00 121 1,320.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 110.00 

All other property 100.00 140.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 2,000.00 400.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $1,463,344.00 $1,498,980.00 



Number of military polls 155 141 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $8,750. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



i i 



KIT CAKSON. 

ABSTRACTS OF TF1E ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1003 AND 1004. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1903 
No of Valuation 

156,864 $ 117, 648. U0 

313,728 235,295.00 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 
Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced uy writ- 
ing 



59.96 



59.96 



26,930.00 
13,820.00 
14,837.00 

25,225.00 



f66, 288.00 
13,969.00 
7,814.00 

24,656.00 



1904 
No of Valuation 

94,227 $ 94,377.00 

376,909 376,909.00 



59.96 



59. 



28,395.00 
17,500.00 

14,796.00 

27,985.00 



^95,070.00 

12,976.00 

9,442.00 

26,464.00 



3,807 


62,839.00 


4,108 


89,488.00 


34 


634.00 


43 


926.00 


14 


27.00 
340,148.00 


24,229 




25,593 


321,373.00 


13,173 


19,756.00 


14,193 


21,288.00 


220 


660.00 


296 


1,480.00 


10 


15.00 


12 


18.00 


94 


1.862.00 


87 


2,148.00 


230 


784.00 


237 


1,010.00 




50.00 




165.00 



.00 



7,465.00 



178 BIENNIAL REPORT 

KIT CABSON— Concluded, 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 480 6,597.00 414 6,671.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 50.00 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 12,207.00 11,550.00' 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 5,000.00 5,000.00' 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $1,704,006.00 • $1,872,496.00 



Number of military polls 280 281 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $1,203.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



179 



LAKE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 
No. of Valuation 



1904 
Xo. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land. 

- of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



- of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross out-put from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of ca*pital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

s 

Cattle 



Swine 

Goats 

All other animals — 
Musical instruments. 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



$ 103.315.00 



" 



93.37 



1,209 



190.015. 00 



513,035.00 



289.S 

37.7 
12 



24,800.00 



25.549.50 $ 104 



1.43.J 



179,910.00 



514.665.00 



.008,51" 




963.: 


797.730.00 


B4.466 


■s44.300.00 


575.410.00 




300.00 


733.405.00 




_ 595.00 


Z6.00 


100.91 


797.630.00 


12,806.00 • 




15,799.00 


13,011.00 




15,921.00 


19,07S.0O 






394,460. 




343.: 



277,100.00 

1,261 34.: 

470.00 



24,115.00 



43 






125.00 


513 


37.S: I 


446 


B.905.00 




6.47" 


383 


5,055.00 




:•..:■_" 




4,180.00 




24.1: 










180 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LAKE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 

1903 , 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 


No. of 


Valuation 
< 1.495.00 


No. of 


Valuation 
3,705.00 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 




10,900.00 




1.000.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 




82,870.00 




59,570.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 




3.565.00 




3,220.00 


Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 






] "(i4 


3] : 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 










.Libraries 






Furniture and fixtures 


60.695.0i) 


52.350.00 


All other property 




91.780.00 




88,275.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank , 




171.465.00 




159.925.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 










Grand total valuation of 
county 




$ 6,079.111.00 




$5,989,385.00 


Number of militarv noils 


2.479 




3.307 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. $5,947.00. 



AIDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



181 



LA PLATA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YE 

1903 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land.... 14,403.3 $ 266,447.00 

Acres of grazing- land 85,438.68 109,366.00 

Acres of coal land 4,113.08 82,505.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 

and kind thereof 7,346.10 15,002.00 

Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof 210,352.00 

Improvements on public lands 15,528.00 

Town and city lots 532,630.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 556,280.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 91,393.00 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 27,475.00 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 150,000.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors 101.93 610,002.00 

Other railroad property 4,744.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 101.93 11,798.00 

Miles of telephone lines 12,332.00 

Average value of merchandise 298,110.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 66,200.00 

Horses 2,068 58,536.00 

Mules 165 4,855.00 

Asses 

Cattle 8,325 128,85S.OO 

Sheep 7,300 14.464.00 

Swine 244 867.00 

Goats 

All other animals 1,667 1,601.00 

Musical instruments 217 14,219.00 

Clocks and watches 415 4,742.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 2.791.00 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



ARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1904 

Xo. of Valuation 

14,125.878 $ 269,980.00 

96,983.93 123,726.00 

4.062.83 v ,147.00 

785 1,570.00 

10,539.50 21,079.00 

222,059.00 

12,859.00 

531,323.00 

5S6,970.00 

42,786.00 

22,700.00 

27,577.00 

101.93 627,525.00 

r 8,378.00 

101.93 13,378.00 

21,880.00 

377,520.00 

14,180.00 

2,065 58,432.00 

176 4,982.00 

8,597 122,674.00 

6,997 11,789.00 

1,298 3,349.00 

751 965.00 

219 14,20S.OO 

374 4,385.00 

3,486.00 



182 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LA PLATA— Concluded, 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other "written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 


30,69-3.00 


35,693.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 










Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 










Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 


941 


25,1?9.00 


1,213 


27,098.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




9,094.00 




8,393.00 








82 


427.00 


Furniture and fixtures 










All other property 




111,232.00 




99,484.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




106,846.00 




95,987.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 


1^11 






12,000.00 








Grand total valuation of 
county 


$3,580,154.00 




$3,511,989.00 


Number of military polls 


479 




1,025 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $4,186. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



183 



LARIMER. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE 1 



1903 



No of 

Acres of agricultural land S5.409 

Acres of coal land 33,102 

Acres of grazing land 537,9GS 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Wells Fargo & Co. Exp 

Self Winding Clock Co 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 10,301 

Mules 326 

Asses 

Cattle 54,275 

Sheep 6,860 

Swine 1,443 

<voats 54 

All other animals 704 

Musical instruments 775 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



OR THE YEAR: 


3 1903 


AND 1004. 


3 


1904 


Valuation 


No of 


Valuation 


$1,412,695.00 


S6,5S7 


$1,471,985.00 




34,023 


170,115.00 


10.00 


551,538 


615,705.00 


8,415.00 


1,636 


13,090.00 


76S.3S5.00 




1. 12 S, 810. 00 


22,235.00 




24,125.00 


4S9.055.00 




50S.600.00 


833,790.00 




951,905.00 




2,288.00 




74.69 


140.00 




7,830.00 




1,420.00 






7,186.00 




66.635.00 


231,845.00 




271.275.00 


51,250.00 




79,865.00 


216.310.00 


11,580 


295,295.00 


8,235.00 


347 
51,730 


13,185.00 


609,145. 00 


544.040.00 


10,390.00 


4,135 


6.215.00 


4.510.00 


1,726 


6,735.00 


430.00 


99 




6,325.00 


530.00 


32.S50.00 


807 


36,490.00 




864 


6.065.00 


475.00 




1,360.00 



88,790.00 



■4,665.00 



181 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LARIMER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value hank de- 
out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 2,628 58,920.00 3,088 73,980.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 5,050.00 6,380.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 74,87o.0o 80,415.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 183,315.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 819,165.00 



Grand total valuation of 
county $6,525,150.00 $7,329,624.00 



Number of military polls 1,731 2,058 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $33,197.00. 



AUDITOB OF STATE OF COLORADO. L85 

LAS AtflMAS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 





1908 


1904 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


of agricultural land — 


45,293.26 


$ 336. 


41,144.37 


"55.00 


Acres of grazing land 


285,398.09 


641.795.00 


" 27i - 




Acres of coal land 


59,367.97 


1,195.: 


56.437.52 


1,179,210.00 


Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land 










Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 




1,395 


Improvements on public lands 




_ n 




. 


Town and city lots 








1,102 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




1,465., 






Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 


















Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 












_ ! 


249.57 


3.22:. . 


Other railroad property 




a 




35,179.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




36, 816. 00 






Miles of telephone lines 




41.4":: 














65.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

- 










9 243 


1S3.470.00 
9 6 »v 


8*158 


165.365.00 




731 


727 


" 








45 




Cattle 




- 




36i 




122, 100 


•'"3.:: 


119.620 


17T,i 




1,30 ' 


371 


■ 





9,711 


14.5- 




9. 725. "0 


All othf-r animals 


421 




447 




Musical instruments 


I 


" 


Clocks and watches 


491 




512 


S j 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 

diamonds and other precious 

es 




" 







mount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 






186 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LAS ANIMAS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 
2,660 


1903 

Valuation 


No. of 
2,374 


1904 

Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 




Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 










76,390.00 


64,970.00 
13,040.00 








Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 


51.790.00 
212,411.00 


60,425.00 
142,165.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State.. 












Grand total valuation of 
county 




$11,003,315.00 




$11,458,877.00 


Number of militarv noils 


1,667 




1,410 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $57,783. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



is: 



LINCOLN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 







1903 


1904 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 










Acres of grazing- land 


461,546 


$ 255,270.00 


567,034 


$ 412,190.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land 
the kind of land thereof 






Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 


32,040.00 


34,280.00 


Improvements on public lands. 




50.00 




9,210.00 






4.450 00 




4,100.00 
14,650.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




10,450.00 




Metalliferous mining claims... 










Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 














Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 


7,285 


964,894.00 


74.30 


994,694.00 


Other railroad propertv 




14,974.00 




15,610.00 
10.753.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




10,373.00 




Miles of telephone lines 










Average value of merchandise. 


17,240.00 


' 15,900.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 










Horses 


1,710 


17,100.00 


1,660 

28 

20,188 


17 980.00 


Mules 


19 
14,322 


290.00 
143,220.00 


470.00 


(Cattle 


201,880.00 


Sheep 


71,150 


106,620.00 


80,282 


100,375.00 




15 


60 00 


33 


100 00 


Goats 


27 




45 




All other animals 






Musical instruments 


1,290.00 


1,160.00 
250.00 


Clocks and watches 


16 


140.00 


18 


"->', gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 











Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 



188 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LINCOLN— Concluded, 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 124 1,610.00 187 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 6,340.00 4, 4:7). On 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Stork or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $1,693,211.00 $1,840,737.00 



Number of military polls 134 144 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $1,897. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. L89 

LOGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 VXD 1904. 





1903 


1904 






No of 


Valuation 


No of 


Valuation 


Acres off agricultural land 


S3, 306 


$ 415,835.00 


81,653 


$ 404,420.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


357,592 


268,194.00 


359.272 


27/ 


Acres of coal land 




















Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 










Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




43,080.00 




47. 325. on 


Improvements on public lands. 




4.525.00 




6,890.00 


Town and city lots 




35,465.00 




35.620.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




101,12 




108,235.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 










Improvements on metalliferous 










Gross output from metallifer- 










MSles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 


133.56 


1,276,410.00 


133.56 


1,387,210.00 


Other railroad property 




19,38* 




22,300.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


133.41 


5, 716. 00 


133.41 


6.540.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


57 


10.690.00 




12,680.00 


Average value of merchandise. 




57,530.00 




53,465.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 










Horses 


4,729 


56,263.00 


5,016 




Mules 


51 


2,280.00 


36 


992.00 


Asses 










Cattle 


26,191 


234/ 


24,743 


240,812.00 


Sheep 


14.335 


18,035.00 


13,936 


17.315.0O 




359 


1 021.00 


997 


1.499.00 


Goats 


160 


280.00 


250 


310.00 


All other animals 










Musical instruments 


142 


4,950.00 


130 


5,083.00 


Clocks and watches 


89 


51 5. 00 


90 


430.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds ana other precious 
stones 











Amount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced bv writ- 
ing 24,899.00 37,683.00 



390 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LOGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of "Valuation 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Average cash value Dank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 732 8,534.00 754 9,569.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 500. 00 600.00 

Bicycles 19 105.00 

Furniture and fixtures 1,760.00 2,465.00 

All other property 13,399.00 9,865.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Grand total valuation of 
county $2,604,671.00 $2,757,551.00 



Number of military polls 993 506 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $15,084.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



191 



MESA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

kcres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims... 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property.... — 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Bicycles 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 





1903 




1904 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


98,892 


$ 921,185.00 


98,383 


$1,077,230.00 


51,498 


7G, 911.00 


69,448 


87,810.00 


909 


10,821.00 


949 


11,490.00 






776 


SSO.OO 




193,651."'' 




201,665.00 




1,386.00 




11,540.00 




564,255.00 




578,800.00 




465,343.00 




544,500.00 








150.00 


97.' 


(2 1,062,222.00 
150,930.00 




1,265,510.00 


314 


12,562.00 








19,986.00 








119,053.00 




179,426.00 




72,455.00 




28,745.00 


5,415 


111,318.00 


6,115 


137,110.00 


169 


2,961.00 


336 


6,090.00 






710 


6,305.00 


22,275 


224,151.00 


31,458 


298,454.00 


4,564 


9,210.00 






1,211 


3,964.00 


1,625 


5,990.00 






5,900 


7,493.00 


5,722 


8,322.00 


8,925 


18,655.00 


48S 


18,350.00 


576 


20,860.00 


790 


6,134.00 


1,310 


11,750.00 




760.00 




1,755.00 



2S, 605.00 



35. 075. 00 



192 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MESA — Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 

bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


No. 


of 


Valuation 


No. of 
2,403 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 










Average cash value bank 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles 
every description 

Household property (over 


de- 

de- 

of 

a 1 ! d 

any 
















2,470 


46,871.00 
3,110.00 


50,320.00 

9.-35.00 




















All other property 

Bank stock or shares in 






51,365.00 

54,228."' 


i3.910.00 








Stock or shares in any 
poration doing business 
the State... 


cor- 

in 

of 






58,245.00 












Grand total valuation 
county 






$4,240,109.00 


$4,699,593.00 


Number of military polls. 


1,996 




2,952 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $7,070. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



193 



MINERAL. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE 



rEARS 1903 AND 1904. 





1903 




1904 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres -of agricultural land — 


1,455 $ 


5,532.00 


1,675 


$ 6,700.00 


Acres of grazing land 


13,796.11 


23,974.00 


15.77S.97 


25,709.00 


Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acre? of other mineral land 


























Other mineral land and the 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 












103,606.00 




64,403.00 


Improvements on public lands 




2,026.00 




4.334.00 


Town and city lots 




13.217.00 




14,694.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




64,403.00 




67,734.00 


Metalliferous mining claims... 


2,303.552 


71,597.00 


2,351.891 


77,110.00 


Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 








119,326.00 




270,183.00 




224,149.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned j 
by State Board of Assessors j 


17.40 


145,638.00 


1,740 


153.343.00 



Other railroad property .' 

Miles of telegraph lines J 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments. 
Clocks and watches. 



13 



1,212 



11,368.00 



12.00 



3,259.00 
535.00 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



1.419 



29,272.00 




28,566.00 


3,305.00 




712.00 


8,932.00 


473 


9.534.00 


361.00 


s 


248.00 



160.00 



14.124.00 



10.00 
659.00 



3,031.00 
433.00 



SO. 00 



194 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MINERAL— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT EOK THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Amount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing F47.00 639.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of 

every description 219 4,775.00 246 4,845.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 5,092.(m» 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 6,028.00 

All other property 5,718.00 3,042.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $ 774,648.00 $ 764,114.00 



Number of military polls 226 301 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $200. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



19i 



MONTEZUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1908 



No of 

Acres pf agricultural laud 16,618 

Acres of grazing land 80,491 

Acres of coal land 40 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof. 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metallifer 
ous mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

STieep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals... 
Musical instruments 
(Mocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



3 




1904 


Valuation 


No of 


Valuation 


$ 104,670.00 


16,989 


$ 115,719.00 


12n.3s7.tHi 


86,635 


181.42s.imi 


320.00 


4ii 


400.00 


9,410.00 


316 


10,530.00 


81,523.00 




94,933.00 


11,370.00 




13,760.00 


43,979.00 




44,813.00 


76,105.00 




84,895.00 



14,425.00 



62.60 


313,000.00 


62.60 
61.50 


313,000.00 


61.5 


6,784.00 


7,718.00 








2,710.00 




60,118.00 




67,375.00 




18,140.00 




32.53O.Ci0 


2.449 


61,633.00 


2.43'» 


69,000.00 


38 


1,495.00 


47 
13,032 


l.ooO.iio 


9,S27 


143,045.00 


163,730.00 


3,980 


6,842.00 


4.738 


'.'.476.0(1 


338 


966.00 


297 


1.262.00 






840 


1,260.00 


35 


370.00 


45 


295.00 


107 


5.790.00 


123 


7,785.00 


27 


506.00 


31 


630.00 



8.420.00 



196 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MONTEZUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Number of military polls 432 600 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $970.00. 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 615 15,716.00 614 16,599.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



International Harvester Co. of 
America 360.00 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 23,912.00 24,598.00 

Montezuma Land & Water Co 80,000.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State (Globe Express Co.) 80,430.00 3,130.00 



Grand total valuation of 
county $1,205,972.00 $1,307,906.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



197 



MONTROSE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMF.NT FOR THE Y 

1903 

No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 63,720 $ 406,595.00 

Acres of grazing land 65,794 82,245.00 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 4,109 12,325.00 

Acres of other mineral land 

and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof 209,765.00. 

Improvements on public lands 2,395.00 

Town and city lots 84,151.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 240,400.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 2,500.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors 52.10 404,427.00 

Other railroad property 4,704.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 6,220.00 

Miles of telephone lines 12,251.00 

Average value of merchandise 101,705.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 4,240.00 

Horses 3,980 70,700.00 

Mules 110 2.390. 00 

Asses 

Cattle 21,774 184,940.00 

Sheep 41,988 60,590.00 

Swine 610 2,050.00 

Goats 

All other animals 109 425.00 

Musical instruments 192 5,7S5.0[> 

Clocks and watches 268 2,305 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 310.00 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 13,145.00 



ars 1903 


AND 1901. 




1904 


Xo. of 


Valuation 


73,106 


$ 545,505.00 


60,480 


75,600.00 



160,535.00 


4,130.00 


92,860.00 


256,475.00 



52.1 


411,200.00 




2,705.00 




7,706.00 




18,340.00 




91,785.00 




5,075.00 


4,157 


81,740.00 


167 


2,980.00 


20,800 


2OS.130.00 


39,496 


59,180.00 


727 


2,505.00 


197 


470.00 


220 


7,440.00 


173 


1,635.00 



22,150.00 



198 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MONTROSE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1908 AND 190J 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,315 28,465.00 1,330 • 27 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 1,000.00 1,895.00 

IA bra ries 

Furniture and fixtures 13,225.00 10,655.00 

All other property 71,225.00 50,770.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 53,705.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the State 






Grand total valuation of 
county $2,084,183.00 $2,205,156.00 



Number of military polls 405 659 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $2,72G. 






AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



191) 



MORGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 38,922 

Acres of grazing - land 102,931 

Acres of coal land 

Acre- of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

on town and 



Improvements 
city lots .. 



-Metalliferous mining claims... 
interstate cor- 



Miscellaneous 
porations ... 



rross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital 
employed in manufactures... 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All ether animals. . . 
Musical instruments 
cks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



129 



Valuation 

$ 383,600.00 
1G9.800.00 



90,115.00 

64,310.00 
122,555.00 

4,231.00 



6,350.00 
760.00 



28,430.00 



1904 
No. of Valuation 

39,197 $ 386,000.00 

108.081 ITU. 980.00 



94. 535. no 



64, 755. OH 
138,000.00 



90.84 


1.177,769.00 


90.84 


1.271,048.00 




15,069.00 




21,292.00 


90.84 


4,242.00 


90.84 


4.959.00 


134.40 


13.118.00 
62,645.00 




15,255.00 




54,240.00 


4,216 


78,025.00 


4,294 


71,070.00 


100 


2,345.00 


77 
17,013 


1,625.00 


18,248 


180,050.00 


156,090.00 


52,980 


73,685.00 


39,575 


49,475.00 


3,816 


11.685.00 


2.S95 


S, 800. 00 



6,740.00 



29,170.00 



200 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MORGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OE THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 11)04. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


19 
No. of 

756 


03 

Valuation 


1904 
No. of Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not inchided 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 










10,600.00 
200.00 


773 9,940.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 








» 






17,465.00 




Bank stock or shares in any 





Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 


6,830.00 








Grand total valuation of 




$2,517,966.00 


$2,576,579.00 






Number of militarv polls 


627 




630 



Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $1,556.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 201 

OTERO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 

1903 





No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


83,704 


$1,291,525.00 


Acres of grazing land 


105,798 


166,650.00 


Acres of coal land 






Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land 






Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 




211." 


Improvements on public lands. 




60,555.00 


Town and city lots 




354.150.00 


Improvements on town and' city 
lots 




661,670.00 








Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 










Miles of railroads as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 


106. as 


1.422.288.00 


Other railroad property 




33,700.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




25,655.00 


Miles of telephone lines 




34,537.00 


Average value of merchandise. 




211,360.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




389,550.00 


Horses 


9.688 


178.145.00 


Mules 


586 


17,205.00 


Asses 


31.454 
21,127 




Cattle 


308.740.00 


Sheep 


25,765.00 


Swine 


2,670 


8,405.00 





548 




All other animals 

Musical instruments 




23,770.00 


Clocks and watches 


S21 


6,430.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




625.00 



1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


83,356 


$1,354,845.00 


109.661 


180,145.00 




244,960.00 




61,515.00 




368,620.00 




692,975.00 


106.05 


1.512,135.00 




39,537.00 




32,870.00 




56,730.00 




199,650.00 




481,675.00 


9,432 


175.980.00 


483 


15,400.00 




:S2. 765.00 


23.709 


30.795.00 


3,836 


10,175.00 


604 


28,715.00 


710 


6,315.00 




740.00 



imount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 36,960.00 23,525.00 



202 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OTERO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


No. of 
2,715 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 






Average cash value bank de- 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of every 






48,135.00 
4,105.00 


47 135 00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


3,750.00 


Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 


_ 120.00 
29,525.00 

i io.OO 


20,830.00 
32,260.00 

112." 


Stock or shares in any corpo- 
ration doing business in the 
State 










Grand total valuation of 


$5, 660,060.0.-) 


§6,01 








Number of militarv noils 


2.418 




2.34S 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $36,351.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



OURAY. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE 5TEARJ 



1903 



Acres of agricultural laud 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims.. 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

output from metallifer- 
- mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
^tate Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

of telegraph lines 

- of telephone lines 

ge value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ed in manufactures 

s 

- 

Cattle 





s 

All other animals 

al instruments 

. s and watches 

ry, gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

int of money, credits. 

book accounts and other 

ounts not evidenced by 

ting 



No. of 


Valuation 


S,S52 


§ 94.679.00 


29,610 


30. 950.00 


58 


537. co 




39.830.00 




850.00 




197.981.00 




333,985.00 




202.657.00 




205,755.00 




1,013,725.0 • 


38.35 


243,819,00 




4,423.00 




9.826.00 




98,291.00 




3,025.00 




26,455.00 


1,222 


3,455.00 


95 


570.00 


6,266 


57,760.00 


20 




49 


168\00 


92 


4.990.00 


113 


1,250.00 



475.00 



16.985.00 



1903 and 1904. 

1904 

Xo. of Valuation 

9,097 $ 94,417.00 

28,890 36,112.00 

98 

37,795.00 

• 1.460.00 

194,403.00 

330,780.00 

199,1 

198,145.00 

1,041 I 

242,52e 

38.35 

130 14.145.00 
92,045.00 



1,185 130.00 

131 5. 195.00 
30 15o.no 

6,292 55,355.00 

2.67" 4.015.0. i 

119 440.00 



87 4,105.00 

965.00 






10. no. 00 



204 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OURAY— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 


No. of 
351 


Valuation 


No. of 
345 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description ! 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 










7,320.00 
3,700.00 


6, 905.00 
2,890.00 








All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 


21,705.00 


21,292.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 


150.00 








Grand total valuation of 
county 




$2,631,366.00 




$2,634,101.00 


Number of military polls 


183 




212 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $2,550. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



205 



PAEK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 11)04. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on agricultural, 
grazing lands and the kind 
of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims — 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches . 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



1903 




No. of 


Valuation 


22.199 $ 


155,396.00 


149,613 


149,613.00 


2,689 


10,756.00 


1,939 


7,756.00 




113.614.00 




20,315.00 




15.094.00 




&8.15/.O0 




195,207.00 




122,374.00 




25,209.00 


1d3.86 


1,066,027.00 




14,248.00 


175.70 


21,011.00 


63.00 


6,962.00 




23,175.00 




7,145.00 




23,675.00 


i.sn 


230.00 


21 


264.00 


15,932 


159,320.00 


20,370 


32,592.00 


40 


132.00 


2 


10.00 


89 


4.751.00 


319 


2,053.00 




1,030.00 



28,482.00 



1904 
No. of Valuation 

22,063 $ 154,444.00 

150.270 150,270.00 

2,689 10,756.00 

3,808 7,616.00 



108,920.00 
16,920.00 
25.919.00 

63,719.00 





am,vs6.vv 




123,501.00 




25,139.00 


153.86 


1.016,160.00 




16,040.00 


175.70 


24,230.00 


11 2.00 


12,935.00 




22,995.00 




7,660.00 


1,965 


25,425.00 


17 


260.00 


SS 


264.00 


17,331 


173,310.00 


19,142 


30,628.00 


41 


107.00 


2 


10.00 


87 


5,020.00 


351 


2,282.00 




955.00 



26,957.00 



21 m; biennial report 

PARK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes. 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 


No. of 
882 


1903 

Valuation 


1904 
No. of Valuation 


Casti value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 






A.verage cash value bank de- 
posits in State 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of every 






9,698.00 

4.72o. 00 


598 9 965 00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


4,550.110 


Furniture and fixtures 






All other property 

Bank stock • or shares in any 
bank * 


21.498.00 


22,194.00 


Stock or shares in anv cor- 
poration doing business in the 
state 












Grand total valuation of 




$2,310,519.00 


$2,295,183.00 






Number of military noils 


348 




367 



Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $3,844.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 201 

PHILLIPS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1004. 

1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 325,241 407,961.00 326,301 409,711.00 



Acres of coal land 
Acres of oil land . . 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 50.00 

Amount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by 
writing 2,630.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof 20,090.00 22.5SO.00 

Improvements on public lands 4,700.00 4,450.00 

Town and city lots 1.5S4 12,097.00 1.5S4 12,397.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 28,895.00 30,795.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors. . 36.30 237,039.00 36.30 254,100.00 

Other railroad property 2,033.00 36.30 2,541.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 10,1" .. 13,250.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses . 






1,944 


51,600.00 


2,022 


53,550.00 


Mules 






59 


1,575.00 


114 


2,850.00 








1 


100.00 
155.652.00 


11,692 




Cattle .. 






11,974 


140,304.00 


Sheep . . 






12,090 


18,129.00 


8.720 


13,080.00 








423 • 


1,269.00 


552 


1 656.00 


k Goats . . . 


animals 


31 

2 


310.00 
200.00 


2 




All other 


200.00 






19 


370 00 


23 


690 00 


("locks and 


watches 


24 


220.00 


27 


270.00 



208 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PHILLIPS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 1904 

No. of "Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 7,000.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 337 3,617.00 479 5,748.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 10,050.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $ 965,687.00 $ 978,232.00 



Number of military polls 258 267 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $9,075. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



209 






PITKIN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE 1 



1903 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 14,628 

Acres of grazing - land 25,423 

Acres of coal land 10,062 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1,638 

Mules 85 

Asses 

Cattle 6,348 

Sheep 52,027 

Swine 153 

Goats 

All other animals 43 

Musical instruments 337 

Clocks and watches 176 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 



"Valuation 

$ 90,210.00 

37,805.00 

142,960.00 



267,960.00 

6,035.00 

142,575.00 

161,430.00 
176,195.00 

58.970.00 

371.395.00 

845,670.00 



84,250.00 



ARS 1903 AND 1904 . 

1904 
No. of Valuation 

14.334 $ 90,405.00 

26,374 37,140.00 

30.032 142,550.00. 



251,375.00 

6,2(25.00 

108,235.00 

158,625.00 
181,055.00 

£8,640.00 

325,155.00 

776,430.00 



65.405.00 



36,765.00 


1.4S3 


29.720.00 


2,255.00 


72 


1,830.00 




39 


185.00 


66,070.00 


4.722 


43,555.00 


78,090.00 


26 


55.00 


455.00 


150 


445.00 




126 


955 00 


195.00 


281 




16,095.00 


13,470.00 


2,605.00 


131 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 




2.205.00 



185,160.00 



89,365.00 



210 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PITKIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS llMKJ AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



1903 1004 

No. of Valuation No. Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Carriages and vehicles of 

every description 879 17,425.00 14,0 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 7,970.00 11,060.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 13.575.00 12,1! 

All other property 315.00 149.: 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 18,000.00 1C.000.00 



Grand total valuation of 
county $3,001,930.00 37, 495.00 



Number of military polls 805 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. $92,071. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



211 



PKOWEBS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1 i M H . 



1903 



No. of 

- lit" agricultural land 7G,590 

Acres of grazing land 215,730 

Acres of coal land # . 

of oil land 

land 



Valuation 
$ 612,720.00 

223.930.00 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining- claims... 

Improvements on metal uferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of assessors.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

|Goats 

All other animals 

Mtisical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



120,965.00 

1 II.D35. 00 

100,090.00 

175.43n.iiu 



38.49 


550,792.00 




14,262.00 




11,954.00 




4,549.100 




70,320.00 




7.000. w) 


4,065 


90,845.00 


400 


10.005.00 


28,865 


25:'.. 


8,620 


12,930.00 


618 


1,830.00 


12 


1,500.00 


55 


4.S00.00 



1904 
No. of Valuation 

77,230 $ 685,070.00 

200,930 20i 1.' 



IVlil 



4,110 
401 

20,205 
8,440 

805 

10 
57 



121.7N5.nu 

7,385.00 

109,890.00 

176,140.00 



00(1,217.00 
17,425.00 
15,719.00 
18,245.00 
72,230.00 

6,740.00 

94.045.00 

9,650.00 

202,005.00 

12,660.00 

1,710.00 

1,300.00 
1,930.00 



2)'2 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PROWERS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures ana all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State - — 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description S30 12,36u.00 82d 12,1 

Household propertv (over and 
above exemption) 1,400.00 .. 1,400.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 18,635.00 19,720.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 24.5ri0.0O 32,24 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $2,340,887.00 $2,4> 



Number of military polls 480 560 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $22,365.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



213 



PUEBLO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YE 



EARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 





1903 




1904 




Xo of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


39,820 


$ 860.105.00 


45,810 




% 861,228.00 


507,8cS0 


1,653,750.00 


511,982 




1.654,110.00 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals... 
Musical instruments. 



Clocks and watches 2,013 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



1,901.160.00 

25,980.00 

7,562,582.00 

5,315,290.00 



277.79 


2,780,422.00 




56,505.00 




41.393.00 




102,818.00 




2,148,409.00 


7.173 


205,790.00 


367 


15,690.00 


27,703 


406,954.00 


16,698 


27,255.00 


1,502 


4,216.00 


196 


2,437.00 


1,297 


67.516.00 


2,013 


19.518.00 



277.91 



336 


27,795 


4,177 


1,487 


S5 


1,521 


2,592 



2,099.665.00 

7.574,530.00 
5,745,305.00 



9,485.00 



2,826,927.00 
65,798.00 
51.232.00 
163.935.00 

2,136,714.00 

210,175.00 
12.850.00 

394.382.00 
S. 750. 00 
4,102.00 

2,445.00 
81,300.00 
26,011.00 

9.4O0.00 



214 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PUEBLO— Concluded. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT EOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 11)04. 



Amount of money. credits. 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence or" 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and fra - tot in- 
c 1 u ded i n ot her items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
it of State 



Carriages and vehicles of 
scription 

Household property (over and 
above exemption I 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 

Grand total valuation of 
county 



1903 



No. of 



3,220 



Valuation 



342,037.00 



175,000.00 



86,711.00 

86,900.00 

148.710.00 



525,008,186.00 



1904 



No. of 



.425 



Valuation 



[02,889.00 



92, ; 
87,915.00 

153,-750.00 
331,512.00 

501,649.00 
175,000.00 



Number of military polls. 



4,460 



0.500 



iction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. 






AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



213 



KIO BLANCO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 16,076 

Acres of grazing land 53,246 

.Veres of coal land 4,388 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 69.2' 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

T->\vn and city lots 1,384 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles o,f telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 35 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 3,863 

Mules 40 

Asses 

Cattle 29,980 

Sheep 25 

Swine 158 

Goats CO 

All other animals 10 

Musical instruments 51 

Clocks and watches 94 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
bonk accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced bv writ- 
ing 



Valuation 

91,066.00 
43,7i 



2,475.00 



2.000.00 



25. mi i 



1904 

No. of Valuation 

1,123.00 

56,512 
4,268.38 I 10.00 



119.70 






83.010.00 






5.525.00 


70 


7,255.00 




1,384 


38,604.00 


73,278.00 


170 


74,535.00 



51. 193.nO 



56,256.00 


3.759 


56,968.00 


1,025.00 


5! 


3 


451.541.00 




? 1,279.00 


63.00 


37 


93.00 


447.00 


21G 


649.00 


150.00 


2" 


50.00 


200.00 


12 


240.00 


2.940.00 


54 


3,510.00 


758.00 


102 


771.00 






210 BIENNIAL REPORT 

RIO BLANCO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 3,242.00 



Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 150.00 150.00 

Average cash value bank de- . 
posits in State 1.177.00 390.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 520 9,707.00 506 9,879.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 225.00 200.00 

"Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 4,190.00 3,625.00 

All other property 27,124.00 18,378.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 7,500.00 7,200.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 180.00 



Grand total valuation of 
county $1,097,457.00 $1.Q21. 788.00 



Number of military polls. . 354 341 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $2,140.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



21' 



KIO GRANDE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1901. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots, improvements on 
leased lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Rattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

A)\ other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 






Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 





1903 




1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


58,249 


$ 421,490.00 


58,34S 




$ 411,430.0i) 


86", 820 


155.805.00 


87,132 




157,005.00 









1.858 



10,620.00 

159,375.00 

59,370.00 

133,255.00 

1S8.930.00 



40.8 


341,495.00 




3,839.00 




4,400.00 




100.00 




84,970.00 




3,200.00 


2,842 


74,850.00 


75 


2,530.00 


9,160 


82, 950.00 


15,245 


15,865.00 


2.723 


8,405.00 


10 


1.175.00 


124 


8,690.00 


64 


760.00 




290.00 



1,928 



40. 



40. 



2,764 
80 

8,470 
17,168 



15 

125 

59 



14,460.00 

149.175.00 

32,115.00 

131,990.00 

199.495.00 



37,1 



.00 



346.800.00 

5,440.00 

5,245.03 

11,415.00 

78,270.00 

3,550.00 
83,025.00 
2,585.00 

93,000.00 

21.700.')) 
8.135.00 

1.865.00 

9,365.00 

580.00 

850.00 



39.200.00 



218 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BIO GRANDE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1908 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 3S. 000.00 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Cash value of special privi- 
- and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 36,1 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State ' 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1.052 24,930.00 1,012 24,815.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption i 5,430 6,640.00 

Libraries 37.^ 

Furniture and fixtures 

ither property 89,555.00 32,880.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 2,000.00 



Grand total valuation of 

county $1,936,219.00 $1,945,515.00 



Number of military polls 492 488 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. $1,835. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



219 



ROUTT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS L903 AND 1904. 



1903 






No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 

s of grazing- land 133 

- of coal land 24,390 

il land 

Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 

output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

| Average amount of capital em- 
red in manufactures 

Horses 10,030 

Mules To 

Asses 

G3.722 

Sheep 8,780 

Swine 296 

s 

All other animals 9S 

Musical instruments 136 

Clocks and watches 227 

Jewelry gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



Valuation 


No. 


Valuation 


$ 381.910.00 


" 


% 434 


312,700.00 


131.: 


291,! 


243.9iW.00 








i 


52 • 


3 120 ' Hl 




171,8 I 




181, 


44,401 






- 




n 


" i 




121.- 



S, 050. 00 



110,650.00 



2H -.125.00 


10/324 


23! - 


1,815.00 


i 




836,410.00 


71.734 


87< 


17,560.00 


_ 




1.3S0.00 


411 


2 


1,315.00 


91 




6.265.00 


. 


7.730.01 


1,955.00 


162 


1.345.00 






134,740.00 



220 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ROUTT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 
1,263 


1903 

Valuation 


No. of 

1,446 


1904 

Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in Stale 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 






Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


29,545.00 
2,750.00 


35,215.00 
2,850.00 










43, 925. 00 


56,380.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 




Stock or shares in any corpo- 
ration doing business in the 
State 




11,400.00 








Grand total valuation of 
county 




$2,694,040.00 




$3,159,295.00 


Number of military polls 


749 




814 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $4,560. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 221 

SAGUACHE. 

BSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1904 







1903 




No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


70,820 


$ 663.873.00 


Acres of grazing land 


272 711 








Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




184,437.00 


Improvements on public lands 




26,450.00 


Town and city lots 




23,264.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




80,315.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 




36,740.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 




13,100.00 




22,311.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors 


109.6 


J 726,562.00 


Other railroad property 




35,730.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




10.320.00 


Miles of telephone lines 




2,405.00 


Average value of merchandise 




60.155.00 


1- Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 






t Horses 


4,211 
11G 


59,634.00 


1 

1 Mules 


2 381 00 


L Asses 

f Cattle 

Sheep 

' Swine 


21,488 




186.084.00 


36,532 


36,532.00 


738 


2,170.00 


Goats 


819 


636.00 


1 All other animals 

Musical instruments 


134 




6.501.00 


Clocks and watches 


147 


2.012.00 



No. of 


Valuation 


72,820 


S 672,289.00 




179,330.00 




22,530.00 




23,055.00 




84.170.00 




54.087.00 




14,220.00 




13,140.00 


109.65 


687,525.00 




21,198.00 




12,099.00 




23,920.00 




55.200.00 


3.874 


9.282.00 


88 


2,235.00 


23,663 


251,363.00 


37,467 


46,838.00 


956 


3.125.00 


504 


520.00 


144 


6,883.00 


271 


2. 315. On 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 100.00 



Z2rl BIENNIAL REPORT 

SAGUACHE— Concluded. . 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT EOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 53.500.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State Gl,< 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 992 20,553.00 21,131.00 

Household propertv (over and 
above exemption) 780.00 1,090.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 67,777.00 71,417.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 
county $2,324,222.00 $2,400,157.00 



Number of military polls 523 605 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. $18,970. 



AUDITOR OF STATU OF COLORADO. 



SAN JUAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT LOR THE YEARS 11*03 AM) 1904. 







1903 




1904 




No; of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 












Acres of grazing land 




$ 400.00 




$ 












Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land 




474,414.00 






Improvements on lands and the 




242,67( 






Improvements on public lands 




3,200.00 




2,850.00 






95,489.00 




96,486.00 


Improvements on town and 




253,815.00 




257,090.00 


Metalliferous mining' claims — 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 








599,810.00 












470,877 00 




532,475.00 


^.liles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 


36.7 


5 232,425.00 


36.7 


5 244,250.00 


Other railroad property 








650.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 

ALiles of telephone lines 








2,326.00 








18,460.00 


Average value of merchandise 




93,575.00 




86,225.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




1,50 




1,500.00 


Horses 


36tj 


". 50.00 




6,125.00 


Mules 


61 


1,190.00 
765 00 


59 


1.050 00 




153 


153 


765. 00 




Cattle 




3,82? 




3,910.00 


S'heep 


4 302 


6 453 00 


6,592 

750 

56 


•i 987 00 


Swine 


1 200 






Goats 




750.00 


All other animals 


82 




Musical instruments 


6,420 




Clocks and watches 


n; 


1,004.0 I 


4.". 





Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money. credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ins 



1,690.00 



10,650.00 



- 



11,625:00 



224 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SAX J\J AN. —Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 
103 


Valuation 


No. of 

120 


Valuation? 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 






Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 


2,375.00 

8.920.00 


3 115 00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 


7,500.00 


Furniture and fixtures 






All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank '. 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 


21.915.00 
30,000.00 


11.590.00 

30.OiW.00 








Grand total valuation of 
county 




$1, 972, 127. 00 




$2,li7,081.00 


Number of military polls 


134 




577 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. $3,033.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



225 






SAN MIGUEL. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of cil land 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Metalliferous mining claims.. 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals.... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches... 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 





1903 




1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


6,216 


$ 55,020.00 


6,806 




% 57.315.iJ0 


33,518 


41.890.00 


37.877 




47,345.00 









59 



5.125.00 
1.765.00 



1.050.00 



12.180.00 





46,830.00 




51.220.00 




141.455.00 




66.190.00 




334,995.00 




293.425.00 




432,520.00 




425,560.00 


12.178.93 


207.065.00 


12,713 


253.105.00 




599.360.00 




615,055.00 




687.870.00 




504,530.00 


48.76 


243,800.00 


48.75 


243.800.00 
2.325.00 


49 


5.530.00 


49 


6, 591.00 




5.774.00 




8,815.00 




169.825.00 




141.500.00 


1.469 


36,450.00 


1,790 


42.595.00 


199 


4.265.00 


265 


4,925.00 


68 


335.00 


85 


470.00 


6.038 


07.425.00 


8,769 


89.595.00 


925 


940.00 


460 


690.00 


155 


685.00 


160 


600.00 



4.530.00 
1 395.00 



1.025.00 



70.205.00 



226 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SAN MlGUELr-Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



1903 



1904 



No. of 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 












Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 398 


12,010.00 


432 


12.JS5.0U 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 


6,045.00 




4,770.00 










Furniture and fixtures 


30,640.00 


29,985.00 


All other property 


23,955.00 




21,580.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 


145,555.00 




83,290.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State . 














Grand total valuation of 
county 


$3,323,359.00 




$3,084,686.00 


Number of military polls 694 




1,293 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $3,144. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



22' 



SEDGWICK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 





1903 


1904 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


A'aluation 


Acres of agricultural land 


10,718 


$ 53,690.00 


10,000 


$ 50,000.00 


Acres of grazing land 


223,282 


210,013.00 


_-:.332 


249:00 


Acres of coal land 
















Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 


11,680.00 


11,145.00 


Improvements on public lands 




2,340.00 




2,035.00 


Town and city lots 




11.440.00 




7,592.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




27,925.00 




26,150.00 


Metalliferous mining claims .. 
Improvements on metalliferous 


















Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors.. 










32.07 


405,946.00 


32.07 


451,840.00 


Other railroad property 




5,568.00 




16,662.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




4,179.00 




5,347.00 


Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures — 

Horses 






15 


360.00 








10,650.00 




9,500.00 






1,194 


18,314.00 


876 


19,630.00 


Mules 


10 


3,250.00 


6 


240.00 












Cattle 


8,586 


95,209.00 


6,795 


72,726.00 
7,125.00 


Sheep 


3,845 


5,767.00 


5,700 




131 
32 


414.00 


157 
19 


557.00 


Goat s 




All other animals 






Musical instruments 


1,125.00 


1,200.00 
80.00 


Clocks and watches 


19 


95.00 


16 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 











Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 



1,900.00 



228 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SEDGWICK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1908 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 
1.092.00 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 










Average cash value bank de- 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 










198 


3,380.00 


170 


4,954.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




350.00 




385.00 












Furniture and fixtures 




505.00 




1.125.00 






2,745.00 




3,050.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




4,000.00 




4,000.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 

State 


11111: 














Grand total valuation of 
county 


$ 879,335.00 




$ 959,194.00 


Number of militarv poll? 


95 




101 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904. $908. On. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



22 ( J 



SUMMIT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE Y 

1903 

No. of Valuation 

ACres of agricultural land 1.079 $ 8,395.00 

Acres of grazing land 11,800 14,750.00 

Acres of cual land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land 

and kind thereof 4U0 3,200.00 

Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof 12,525.00 

Improvements on public lands 5,ti40.0t' 

Town and city lots 37,692 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 150,095. uu 

Metalliferous mining- claims 320,634.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 317,706.00 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 69,3 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors.. 68.75 400,*;. 

Other railroad property 2,162.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 7,625*00 

Miles of telephone lines 11.449.00 

Average value of merchandise 59,742 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 1,000.00 

Horses 850 17.320.00 

Mules 7 

Asses 53 265.00 

Cattie 2,319 20.021.00 

Sheep 2.075 2,130.00 

Swine 11 55.00 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 75 5,80a 

Clocks and watches 63 825.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 20.00 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced bv writ- 
ing 14.450.00 



GABS 1903 


AND 11)04. 


1904 


No. of 


Valuation 


1,744 


$ 8.720.00 


14,459 


18,073.00 


440 


3,520.00 




11,365.00 




4,825.00 




36,882.00 




163,127.00 




341.290.00 




296,049.00 




52 




.300.00 




4,052.00 




9,049.00 




14,450.00 




51.211.00 




1,000.00 


76S 


16.357.00 




90.00. 


31 


220.00 


2,321 


30,978.00 


140 


185.00 


8 


4n.nu 


69 


4,890.00 


42 


550.00 



9.900.00 



230 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SUMMIT— Qoncluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 435 8,915.00 556 S. 445.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 1,000.00 500.00 

Bicycles 145.00 

Furniture and fixtures 4,875.00 15 4,325.00 

All other property 13,965.00 7.335.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Stock or shares in any corpo- 
ration doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 
county : $1,525,643.00 $1,507,938.00 



Number of military polls 391 354 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $3,717. 



AT TUTOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



231 





TELLER. 






ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 


FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 






1903 


1904 






No. of 


Valuation 


Xo. of 


Valuation 


of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 






1.667 


s 3,440 00 




•? 129,895.00 


77.089 


" - 


Acres of coal land 






3,263 














Acres of other mineral land 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


51.730.00 


36.110.00 


Improvements on public lands 




85,570.00 




68,440.00 


Town and city lots 




1,282,5! ■ 


29.136 


. 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




1,248,080.00 




1.213.;. 


Metalliferous mining claims.. 


36.241 


2.435.660.00 




2. 012.130.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




1.253.360.00 




1,628,680.00 


Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 




" 140.00 




2.9S1. 590.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 










by State Board of Assessors 


110.97 


1.023,361.00 


109.350 


430.00 


Other railroad property 




10,392 




4.550.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




13,036.00 




16,81 


Miles of telephone lines 




46,221 


2.176.21 


320.00 


Average value of merchandise 




345,515.00 




328,? 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 








10 ■ 






30 £4" 00 


1 US 






117 
5.616 


1.4S0.00 


64 
5 628 








Cattle 


62 540 00 


66 - 


Sheep 


4 


iooo 


16 




Swine 


20 


j 


4::: 


230.00 


Goats 






■■ 


60.00 


All other animals 


435 




16 


160.00 




18 11 


°1 ] - 


Clocks and watches 


o- 


500.00 


27 


470.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




470.00 




660.00 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 



7.800.00 



6.300.00 



232 BIENNIAL REPORT 

TELLER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1*03 1904 



No. of 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 


Valuation 
6,500.00 


No. of 


"Valuation 
0.000.00 


Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 


113,500.00 




110,000.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 


8,550.00 




8.000.00 


Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description !»14 








17,370.00 


823 


14.310.00 


Household property (over and 


7.940.00 




5.441) 00 


Libraries 


5.290.00 




5,020.00 


Furniture and fixtures 


76,480.00 




65,340.00 




161,370.00 




8,670.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 


75.000.00 




70.000.00 


Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 














Grand total valuation of 

county 


$12,225,097.00 




$11,323,337.00 


Number of military polls 2,493 




2,331 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $82,141. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



233 



WASHINGTON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS L903 AND 1904. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral 
and kind thereof 



land 



Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

on town and 



Improvements 
city lots ... 



Metalliferous mining claims — 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assesors.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals . . 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accotints 
not evidenced by writing 



1 


903 




1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 




Valuation 


5,018 


$ 50,180.00 


6,075 




$ 60,750.00 


302,300 


205.066.00 


514.942 




325.970.ufi 



845 



31.020.00 
6,230.00 
6.541.00 

21,980.00 











40.33 


578,417.00 




11.290.00 




313.00 




1,045.00 




11,398.00 




600.00 


1,961 


35,255.00 


20 


480.00 


14.324 


198,845.00 


6,225 


9,442.00 


357 


1.122. 0't 


hi 


2,150.00 


49 


365.00 

















44,730.00 




9,505,00 


^54 


5,927.00 




12.935.00 


40.33 


613,160.00 




10.785.00 




907.00 




1,185.00 




11,806.00 




550.00 


3,174 


69,754.00 


25 


605.00 


24,554 


263,570.00 


34,817 


43.487.00 


446 


1,526.00 


61 


2,290.00 


38 


280.00 



6.444.00 



2,190.00 



234 BIENNIAL REPORT 

WASHINGTON— Concluded, 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 


No. of 
258 


1903 

Valuation 


No. of 
358 


1904 

Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 

Carriages and vehicles of every 










3,640.00 
200.00 


5,520,00 
250.00 


Household property (over and 






Furniture and fixtures 






All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




6,090 00 


2,840.00 




Stock or shares in anv cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 










Grand total valuation of 
county 




$1,184,863.00 


$1,493,772.00 


Number of militarv noils 


138 




256 





Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $131.00. 






AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



235 



WELD. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 







190c 






1904 




No. of 


Valuation 


Xo. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


217 


365 


$3,795,835.00 


211.515 


13.84" 


Acres of grazing- land 


920,712 


1,298,485.00 


957,830 


1.264.740.00 


Acres of coal land 


5 


.307 


152.230.00 


7,977 


176,370.00 














Acres of other mineral land 










Improvements on lands and the 






867,375.00 


970 740 00 


Improvements on public lands 
Town and citv lots 






11,020.00 




12 770 00 






516.285.00 




537,530.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Metalliferous mining claims... 






S81, 920.00 




911,860.00 










Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 










Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 













Miles of railroads, as returned 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Assessors. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches -\ 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate. - 
diamonds and other precious \ 
stones } 



247.61 


2.743,165.00 




34.129.00 


58.66 


19.610.00 


910.06 


54,294.00 




349.090.00 


14.194 


310,000.00 


416 


14,095.00 


40,269 


429,045.00 


60,317 


97,230.00 


2.313 


9,365.00 


662 


21,240.00 



247.61 


2,918,117.00 




39,691.00 


5S.66 


24,086.00 


910.06 


111,2 




444,630.00 


15,541 


436,540.00 


572 


25,940.00 


38,804 


420.S15.00 


60,685 


97.770.00 


2,769 


10,805.00 


% 




757 


29,270.00 



3,125.00 



2,910.00 



236 BIENNIAL REPORT 

WELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOB THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing — 

( 'ash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privi- 
leges and franchises not in- 
cluded in other items 142,840.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 100,070.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 3,565 74.660.00 4,563 05.035.00 

Household property (over and^ 
above exemption) 



Libraries 94,945.00 

Furniture and fixtures I 131.395.00 



All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 101,000.00 102,000.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 

county $12,020,983.00 $12,712,129.00 



Number of military polls 2,328 2,938 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904 $51,147.00. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 237 

YUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 281,684 $ 254.545.00 568,342 $ 50:: 



Acres of coal land. 
Acres of oil land... 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 



by State Board of Assessors.. 


#0.51 


8S2.00 


Other railroad property 




10.201.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 






Miles of telephone lines 




-' 


Average value of merchandise. 




24.775.ri0 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 






Horses 


2.411 
90 


46.765.00 


Mules 






24,834 




Cattle 


334.336.00 


Sheep 


2,966 


5.935.00 


Swine 


590 


2.140.00 


Goats 


1 




All other animals 


3.00 


Musical instruments 


2S 


700.00 


Clocks and watches 


11 


110.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 







Acres of other mineral land 

and kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and 

the kind of land thereof 26,295.00 49,440.00 

Improvements on public lands 3,315.00 6.670.00 

Town and city lots 34,295.00 38, 487.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 50,590.00 57,755.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 



40.51 635.470.00 



30,375.00 



6.026 117,740.00 

194 5,545.00 



41.S54 ' 463.578.00 

7,005 10.510.00 

1,616 6,255.00 



.... 25.00 
62 1.555.00 

8 95.00 



35.00 



Amount of money, credits. 
book accounts and other ac- 
counts not evidenced by writ- 
ing 16.S50.00 20.170.00 



238 BIENNIAL REPORT 

YUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 



Cash value promissory . notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 



1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 355 3,876.00 714 12,075.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 5,015.00 13,797.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Stock or shares in any corpo- 
ration doing business in the 
State 



Grand total valuation of 

county $1,408,958.00 $1,973,262.00 



Number of military polls 164 587 

Reduction made by State Board of Equalization for 1904, $4,000. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 239 

# 

EECAPITULATION OP ALL COUNTIES. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

1903 1904 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 2,257,183.13 $26,225,099.00 3,992,039.18 $28,108,070.00 

Acres of grazing land 11,967,133.40 14,564,753.50 11,410,977.91 14,563,328.00 

Acres of coal land 167,208.43 3,142,652.00 1,033,195.62 3,821,590.00 

Acres of oil land 53,910 514,452.50 36,985 264,002.00 

Acres of other mineral land 

and kind thereof 25,446.37 1,914,480.00 21,402.68 225,129.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 14,123,351.00 16,054,057.00 

Improvements on public lands 960,580.00 809,141.00 

Town and city lots 77,794,372.00 78,677,318.00 

Improvements on town and 

city lots 56,568,138.00 58,862,327.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 6,546,364.11 7,844,333.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 4,526,739.00 5,291,273.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 8,072,549.89 6,801,223.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Assessors. *3,940.58 47,906,889.00 **4,179.70 50,296,044.00 

Other railroad property 901,387.00 1,122,879.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 540,979.00 679,033.00 

Miles of telephone lines 1,479,611.00 1,964,663.00 

Average value of merchandise 14,401,883.00 15,548,663.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 3,487,122.00 3,699,896.00 

Horses 200,456 4,296,975.00 206 ,179 4,847,330.00 

Mules 6,929 205,574.00 7,4)9 223,504.00 

Asses 886 4,842.00 652 4,474.00 

Cattle 931,732 11,096,040.00 952,778 10,880,434.00 

Sheep 2,017,086 1,488,167.00 2,936,535 1,333,056.00 

Swine 31,802 113,005.00 38,341 134,632.00 

Goats 14,632 20,646.00 12,268 17,053.00 

All other animals 16,214 45,530.00 12,548 50,424.00 

Musical instruments 24,732 1,562,943.00 27,485 1,888,601.00 

Clocks and watches 23,979 307,029.00 24,402 346,559.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 393,836.00 447,786.00 



*No mileage reported in Boulder, Chaffee, Douglas, El Paso, Garfield, Lari- 
mer and Pitkin counties. 

**No mileage reported in Arapahoe, Boulder, Chaffee, Douglas, Garfield, Lari- 
mer, Mesa and Pitkin counties. 



240 BIENNIAL REPORT 

RECAPITULATION OF ALL COUNTIES— Concl uded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1904. 

' 1903 1904 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 4.746,003.00 4,500,776.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of 
indebtedness 239,272.00 144,887.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 959,815.00 722,310.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in State 386,322.00 283,975.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of State 6,745.00 22,170.00 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 71,401 1,650,751.00 68,306 1,713,158.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 1,857,694.00 2,075,215.00 

Libraries 28,420.00 11,235.00 

Furniture and fixtures 2,322,234.00 2,603,320.00 

All other property 11,673,069.00 9,877,297.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 5,167,720.00 5,235,465.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
State 911,287.00 169,073.00 



Grand total valuation of 
county $333,155,321.00 $342,170,703.00 



Number of military polls 49,494 53,458 







J NN1> 
| 1904 

, i„ 
I 



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80.062 . 497.6! 

n.m 387.41 



94.JST7 91.377.0 

14.129 ws 269.990.0 

86.6K7 1.471,085.0 

ll.lli ', 125 «6.0 












I 

... go 81! ■ '""" 
BOO >' 



i 38] 110.(1 



1.744 
0.07B 



!.oa.U 888.108.0 



353.91s oo 



. . I : I. . 13.00 

B.445.00 

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9.50 1016 



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150,270 


150.270 


126 Ml 


109 Til 






20O.980 


200,090 


H1.9S2 


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668,842 BS.O 

.,410,977.91 814.568,828.1] 



2.5HG t 3.070.0 



767.713 79,970.* 

3.903 45 79 260.01 



I .« 82,605 "0 

7 97 1,195.586.00 



4,391) 243.990 1)0 



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842,675 oJ 
16,980.00 

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Costilla 








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Denver 




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Morgan 

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8.88 

8.247 00 

1,885.00 

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1,102,060.00 

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1,684 18,897.00 

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181,1 

90,488.00 

7.692.00 
38,882.00 

B54 5,927.00 

88,481 hi. 
(78 077 118.00 



11.SB1.497 119.3 



5.547.36 14(1.980.0 



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2,803.552 71,597.00 2.351.S91 



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ISO 1,704 I, ;..i 

184.084.00 



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3,6 

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mi 93 


13,878,00 




7,180.00 




17.07t.0a 




10.753.00 


133 41 


0,640.00 




2S.745.ilu 




7.TO.00 


01.50 


7,711 90 


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32.870.00 


38.85 


5,686 00 


175.70 


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5.317.00 




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' 



STATEMENT 



Showing the Rate of Tax Levy for General and Special Purposes, for 
the Years 1876 to 1904, Inclusive, 



AND 



ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENTS 

Of State, by Counties, from 1877 to 1904, Inclusive. 






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.STATEMENT. 

SHOWING IHH RATE Oh TAX LEVY FOR GENERAL AND SPECIAL PURPOSES, FOR THE YEARS 1876 TO 1904, BOTH INCLUSIVE. 

iv7* UTS 1880 1881 i\-2 !'■:: 1^1 1886 1S86 1SS7 1888 18S9 IS90 1891 1892 1S93 1894 1S95 

11-30 2 8-30 2 9-30 2 11-3 



1-30 2 13-30 2 13-30 2 13-30 2 13-30 



1-5 



-5 




7 6 6 17-30 5 17-30 5 4-16 6 4-15 5 17-3 

I 60 S 50 $ 1 00 I 1 00 » 1 IW JIM J 1 I! 



S l oo s l «i * 1 oo J 1 00 J 1 00 si 



UIM'Kl ' iSSHMiHTc* ST 111 111 MILS FIJUI 1-77 111 I M II S|l I 








: 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

Drawn Against the General Incident Fund. 



Date 

1903 

Mar. 14 


Mar. 


14 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


17 


Mar. 


17 


Mar. 


18 


Mar. 


19 


Mar. 


19 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


24 


Mar. 


25 


Mar. 


26 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


■->- 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


;_7 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 


Mar. 


27 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 245 
LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 
REVENUE. 1903. 
No. NAME Amount 

712 Louis B. Sehwanbeck $ 460.25 

746 John A. Holmberg 100.00 

778 J. L. Moorhead, P. M 716.94 

780 R. R. Leese 62.50 

7S6 T. J. O'Donnell and S. W. Belford l.OOO.Op 

801 W. H. Kistler 1,040-4 

803 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 856.01 

804 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 5,.:;n2.77 

815 A. S. Carter 9.60 

835 D. C. Bailey 7.00 

839 United States Express Co 54. n6 

842 James H. Peabody 19.20 

848 The Denver Post 56.84 

849 The Denver Post 75.87 

850 The Colo, telephone Co 1.35 

851 C. H. Libby 60.00 

S52 H. G. Clark 10.00 

853 The Denver & Rio Grande Ex 4.88 

S54 The Denver & Rio Grande Ex 16.65 

855 Pacific Express Co 34.05 

856 The United States Express Co 2.77 

S57 J. L. Beaman 1.90 

858 The Crystal Co 1.20 

859 The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 62.00 

860 The Colo. Telephone Co 6.20 

861 Postal Telegraph Cable Co 2.20 

S62 The Kennicott Patterson Trans, uo 2.00 

863 Western Union Telegraph Co 3.96 

S64 The Pacific Express Co 22.53 

865 Denver & Rio Grande Express 3.10 

866 J. S. Stahl & Co 7.00 

867 Otis B. Spencer 12.20 

86S The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 22.75 

869 American District Telegraph Co 20.40 

870 David D. Seerie 2.00 

S71 Robt. Bailey 4.90 



240 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE, 1903. 

Date No. , NAME Amount 
1903 

Mar. 27 872 Otis B. Spencer 28.00 

Mar. 27 873 The Haswell Drug Co 4.60 

Mar. 27 874 J. L. Hilton 141.00 

Apr. 1 1035 American District Telegraph Co $ 11.95 

Apr. 1 1036 Remington Typewriter Co 103.20 

Apr. 1 1037 Helen L. Grenfell 25.50 

Apr. 1 1038 Whitney Newton 36.75 

Apr. 1 1039 Pierce & Zahn 10.0(1 

Apr. 1 1040 Timothy O'Connor 95 

Apr. 1 1041 J. S. Stahl & Co 50.00 

Apr. 1 1042 Harry A. Lee 105.00 

Apr. 1 1043 Adams Express Co 0.45 

Apr. 1 1044 "Wells Fargo & Co. 's Express 24.78 

Apr. 1 1045 Western Union Telegraph Co 

Apr. 1 1046 Western Union Telegraph Co 7.01 

Apr. 1 1047 Wells Fargo & Co. 's Express 51.50 

Apr. 1 1048 C. L. Stonaker 5.00 

Apr. 1 1049 The Pacific Express Co 19.85 

Apr. 1 1050 Hadley-Peck Delivery & Storage Co 2.00 

Apr. 1 1051 The Denver & Rio Grande Express 40.94 

Apr. 1 1052 C. E. Cooper, M. D 10.00 

Apr. 1 1053 Banks Law Publishing Co . 492.00 

Apr. 1 1054 L. G. Carpenter 500.00 

Apr. 4 1074 J. S. Stahl & Co 102.75 

Apr. 7 1085 J. L. Moorhead, P. M 408.30 

Apr. 9 1089 The Clarke Quick Printing Co 173.00 

Apr. 9 1090 L. B. Schwanbeck 160.00 

Apr. 9 1091 L. B. Schwanbeck TO. 25 

Apr. 9 1092 Fritz- Jaenigen 104.00 

Apr. 9 1093 The Denver Post 27.86 

Apr. 9 1094 J. S. Stahl 7.80 

Apr. 9 1095 A. S. Carter 4.4d 

Apr. 15 1110 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 5.506.05 

Apr. 15 1113 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 10,000.00 

Apr. 15 1114 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 4,183.70 

Apr. 15 1115 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1. 428.20 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 247 

LIST OF WARRANTS. 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. ' 

REVENUE, 1903. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1903 

Apr. 15 1117 N. C. Miller 50.00 

Apr. 16 1129 Nat Nathan 33.00 

July 30 2224 Fritz-Jaenigen 16.00 

July 30 2225 Louis Schwanbeck 134.50 

July 30 2249 Anna B. Brandt 1S9.63 

July 31 2264 Nat Nathan 100.00 

July 31 2276 Whitney Newton $ 60.00 

July 31 2277 J. L. Moorlead 80.00 

July 31 2286 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 405.23 

Aug. 1 2321 Otis B. Spencer 10.00 

Aug. 1 2322 Dr. C. E. Cooper 15.00 

Aug. 1 2323 Hannah L. Maddock 70.50 

Aug. 1 2324 Knights of Pythias 20.00 

Aug. 1 2325 The Alamo ' 117.90 

Aug. 1 2326 John M. Maxwell 169.90 

Aug. 1 2327 Hendrie & Bolthoff 9.15 

Aug. 1 2328 The Railway Equipment Publishing Co 5.00 

Aug. 1 2329 Chieftain Printing Co 15.05 

Aug. 1 2330 Montrose Press 2.38 

Aug. 1 2331 The Denver Post 17.20 

Aug. 1 2332 Helen L. Grenfell 42.50 

Aug. 1 2333 Independent Journal 2.59 

Aug. 1 2334 N. C. Miller 24.80 

Aug. 1 2335 Vernon McKelvey 200.90 

Aug. 1 2336 Baker Vawter Co 15.75 

Aug. 1 2337 Dr. F. N. Carrier 51.00 

Aug. 1 2338 Denver Photo Material Co 72.25 

Aug. 1 2339 H. Aarons 3.50 

Aug. 1 2340 R. R. Leese 5.80 

Aug. 1 2341 Lallie Surveying Supply Co 704.30 

Aug. 1 2342 A. S. Carter 6.60 

Aug. 1 2343 J. L. Beaman, Sheriff 1.00 

Aug. 1 2344 Republican Publishing Co 68.12 

Aug. 1 2345 Press Clipping Bureau — 9.00 

Aug. 1 2346 H. M. Mason 3.50 

Aug. 1 2347 Duncan W. Muller 43.50 

Aug. 1 2348 W. H. Montgomery 17.75 



248 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

" DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE, 1903. 

Date No. NAME Amount 

1903 

Aug. 1 2369 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 420.46 

Aug. 5 2472 E. L. White 63.00 

Aug. 6 2473 Pacific Express Co 8.75 

Aug. 6 2474 The Gazettier Pub. Co 35.00 

Aug. 6 2475 Western Union Telegraph Co 45.42 

Aug. 6 2487 P. T. Gross 80.00 

Aug. 6 2488 A. C. Montgomery 30.00 

Aug. 7 2495 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 5,039.52 

Aug. 8 2503 Wells Fargo & Co 53.83 

Aug. 11 2527 James Cowie 198.00 

Aug. 12 2532 United States Express Co 1.06 

Aug. 12 2533 City Transfer Co 1.50 

Aug. 12 2534 E. L. White 9.75 

Aug. 12 2535 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 115.37 

Aug. 12 2536 Ballinger & Richards 36.00 

Aug. 12 2537 N. C. Miller 4.20 

Aug. 12 2538 Hamilton Armstrong 3.00 

Aug. 12 2539 James H. Peabody 6.22 

Aug. 12 2540 Denver & Rio Grande Express 5.31 

Aug. 12 2541 Colorado Telephone Co 3.35 

Aug. 12 2542 American District Telegraph Co 4.75 

Aug. 12 2543 Baker Vawter Co 7.45 

Aug. 12 2544 Postal Telegraph & Cable Co 2.91 

Aug. 12 2545 J. M. Woodard 34.00 

Aug. 12 2546 A. S. Carter 1.75 

Aug. 12 2547 C. A. Starr 30.00 

Aug. 12 2548 James Perchard 34.50 

Aug. 12 2549 Wells Fargo & Co. Express .70 

Aug. 12 2550 Western Union Telegraph Co .40 

Aug. 12 2551 Otis B. Spencer 6.50 

Aug. 14 2562 Chas. Taylor 5.00 

Aug. 15 2567 The Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

Aug. 15 2571 Chas. A. Pike, Co. Judge 18.90 

Aug. 17 2580 J. L. Miller 25.00 

Aug. 17 2581 Banks Law Publishing Co 1 79.00 

Aug. 17 2582 Dr. F. N. Carrier 51.88 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 249 
LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE. 1903. 

Date No. NAME Amount 

1903 

Aug. IT 2584 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 5S2.45 

Aug. 17 2591 James Cowie 69.00 

Aug. 20 2652 James Cowie 150.00 

Aug. 20 2751 James Cowie 80.00 

Sept. 2 2848 J. L. Moorhead 60.00 

Sept. 3 2S62 W. C. Ferrill 9.05 

Sept. 4 28S0 Whitney Newton 4.00 

Sept. 15 2964 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 2,033.18 

Sept. 16 2973 J. 1.. Moorhead 120.50 

Sept. 16 2974 City Transfer Co 1.00 

Sept. 16 2975 Charles D. Hayt 125.00 

Sept. 16 2976 Thomas A. Uzzell 125.00 

Sept. 16 2977 Joseph P. Corrigan 125.00 

Sept. 16 2978 Frank Frewen 25.00 

Sept. 16 2979 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 175.69 

Sept. 16 2989 Otis B. Spencer 1.50 

Sept. 16 2981 The Denver Post 41.09 

Sept. 16 2982 Colorado Telephone Co 1.05 

Sept. 16 2983 Wells Fargo Express Co 30.89 

Sept. 16 2984 Pacfic Express Co 1.83 

Sept. 16 2985 Denver Rio Grande Express Co 10.88 

Sept. 16 2986 W. H. Kistler 2.11 

Sept. 20 3030 J. L. Moorhead 86.00 

Oct. 6 3202 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 6,398.30 

Oct. 7 3239 J. L. Moorhead 161.00 

Oct. 9 3290 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 330.64 

Oct. 10 3292 J. L. Moorhead 94.00 

Oct. 10 3296 Remington Typewriter Co 263.90 

Oct. 10 3297 The Consolidated Publishing Co 18.25 

Oct. 10 3298 Wells Fargo Express Co 4.15 

Oct. 10 3299 H. G. Smith 11.90 

Oct. 10 3300 Colorado Telephone Co 4.45 

Oct. 10 3301 Denver Rio Grande Express Co 96.08 

Oct. 10 3302 Pacific Express Co 38.77 

Oct. 10 3303 Western Union Telegraph Co 2.28 

Oct. 10 3304 Mary Wright 2.00 



250 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN- AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE, 1903. 

Date ' No. . NAME Amount 
1903 

Oct. 10 3305 C. F. Hoeckel Blank Book Co 35.00 

Oct. 10 3306 Rand, McNally Co 3.62 

Oct. 10 3307 R. R. Leese .80 

Oct. 10 3308 Ballinger & Richards 12.00 

Oct. 10 3309 American District Telegraph Co 7.50 

Oct. 10 3310 A. S. Carter 2.00 

Oct. 10 3311 J. S. Stahl & Co 19.85 

Oct. 10 3314 Duncan W. Miller 6.75 

Oct. 10 3315 Denver Post 1.12 

Oct. 10 3316 N. C. Miller 2.30 

Oct. 10 3317 United States Express Co 2.20 

Oct. 10 3318 Press Clipping Bureau 5.00 

Oct. 16 3380 J. L. Moorhead, P. M 26.00 

Oct. 28 3490 J. L. Moorhead 22.00 

Oct. 31 3600 J. L. Moorhead 98.00 

Nov. 5 3626 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 10.00 

Nov. 5 3634 J. L. Moorhead 20.00 

Nov. 6 3654 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 401.65 

Nov. 6 3655 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 2.50 

Nov. 9 3670 M. A. Shute 15.05 

Nov. 9 3C72 The Colo. Telephone Co 27.95 

Nov. 9 3673 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 108.87 

Nov. 9 3674 Helen L. Grenfell 4.50 

Nov. 9 3675 Wells Fargo & Co. Express 19.18 

Nov. 9 3676 D. R. G. Express Co 39.02 

Nov. 9 3679 Western Union Tel. Co 24.72 

Nov. 9 3680 Pacific Express Co 60 

"Nov. 9 3681 Smith-Premier Type W. Co 104.00 

Nov. 9 3682 James Cowie 9.00 

"Nov. 9 3683 • Press Clipping Bureau 14.35 

Nov. 9 3684 The Crystal Co 1.80 

Nov. 9 3685 Haswell Drug Co 9.63 

Nov. 9 3686 The Gazettier Pub. Co 10.00 

Nov. 9 3687 City Transfer Co 21.20 

Nov. 9 3688 The Post Printing & Pub. Co 1.12 

Nov. 9 3689 A. S. Carter 1.50 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 251 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE. 1903. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1903 

Nov. 10 3712 J. L. Moorhead 25.00 

Nov. 16 3770 Hadley-Pcck Del. & Stor. Co... 15.00 

Nov. 1G 3774 J. L. Moorhead 1S5.00 

Nov. 20 3804 J. L. Moorhead * 91.50 

Nov. 25 J. L. Moorhead, P. M 169.00 

Oct. 26 4084 J. E. Buell 68.00 

Oct. 29 40SS Chas. L. Spencer 50.00 

Nov. 4 4129 A. L. Babcock 100.00 

Nov. 12 4174 J. L. Moorhead 70.00 

Nov. 14 4177 Miss M. L. De Lange 24.50 

Nov. 15 4182 J. E. Buell 57.00 

Nov. 17 4191 R. R. Leese 5.04 

Nov. 17 4192 James Cowie 148.00 

Nov. 17 4193 Preston Holbrook 63.00 

Nov. 18 4195 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1,079.04 

Nov. 18 4196 W. H. Sunblaw 1.40 

Nov. 21 121S J. L. Moorhead 79.00 

Nov. 23 4228 Chieftain Printing Co 13.33 

Nov. 23 4229 Consolidated Publishing Co 12.S0 

Nov. 23 4230 Western Union Telegraph Co 30.88 

Nov. 23 4231 Western Union Telegraph Co 4.61 

Nov. 23 4232 Western Union Telegraph Co 40.10 

Nov. 23 4233 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 17.50 

Nov. 23 4234 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 139.76 

Nov. 23 4235 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co • 128.34 

Nov. 23 4236 H. G. Smith ,.... 10.20 

Nov. 23 4237 Will Heustis 6.00 

Nov. 23 4238 James F. C. Boyd 2.20 

Nov. 23 4239 Will C. Ferrill 11.05 

Nov. 23 4240 Dr. F. N. Carrier 18.55 

Nov. 23 4241 John D. Jones 4.85 

Nov. 23 4242 Whitney Newton 1.40 

Nov. 23 4243 James Cowie 9.00 

Nov. 23 4244 Republican Publishing Co 16.84 

Nov. 23 4245 American District Telegraph Co 15.35 

Nov. 23 4246 Colorado Telephone Co 27.50 



252 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE, 1903. 

Date No. NAME Amount 

1903 

Nov. 23 4247 Pacific Express Co 27.43 

Nov. 23 4248 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 160.70 

Nov. 23 4249 Beck Duplicator Co 6.00 

Nov. 23 4250 H. M. Mason 15.50 

Nov. 23 4251 National Railway Publishing Co 2.25 

Nov. 23 4252 Colorado Typewriter Exchange Co .75 

Nov. 23 4253 Hall Blue Print Paper Co 6.60 

Nov. 23 4254 Crystal Co 4.40 

Nov. 23 4255 Haswell Drug Co 5.90 

Nov. 23 4256 Otis B. Spencer 15.50 

Nov. 23 4257 H. S. Carter ' 1.25 

Nov. 23 4258 City Transfer Co 1.50 

Nov. 23 4259 Hadley-Peck Delivery and Storage Co 1.50 

Nov. 23 4260 Press Clipping Bureau 27.37 

Nov. 25 4261 , Remington Typewriter Co 11.60 

Nov. 25 4262 Postal Telegraph 7.23 

Nov. 25 4263 Wells Fargo & Co 2.15 

Nov. 25 4264 Adams Express Co $ 6.35 

Nov. 25 4265 Globe Express Co 24.5c 

Nov. 28 4284 J. L. Moorhead 102.00 

Nov. 28 4285 Axel Swanson ' 125.00 

Nov. 28 4286 A. L. Babcock 100.00 

Nov. 30 4330 Cora L. Ellis 66.72 

Nov. 30 4331 Edwin Fetter 65.19 

Nov. 30 4332 Ada Van Why 100.00 

Nov. 30 4333 Emma Hughes 100.00 

Nov. 30 4334 Jennie I. Penfield 100.0Q 

Nov. 30 4345 W. H. Kistler Stationary Co 20.00 

Nov. 30 4355 Gazeteer Publishing Co 50.00 

Nov. 30 4356 J. L. Moorhead 683.50 

Nov. 30 4374 Globe Express Co 11.85 

Nov. 30 4375 Press Clipping Bureau 18.29 

Nov. 30 4376 J. L. Moorhead 60.00 

Nov. 30 4377 Jas. H. Peabody 82.62 

Nov. 30 4378 Chas. L. Spencer 15.00 

Nov. 30 4379 J. E. Buel 125.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 
REVENUE. 1903. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1903 

Nov. 30 4380 Denver Lithographing Co 140.00 

Nov. 30 4381 James Cowie 9.70 

Nov. 30 4382 Helen L. Grenfell 200.00 

Nov. 30 4383 Helen L. Grenfell 7.55 

Nov. 30 4384 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 17.50 

Nov. 30 4385 J. L. Moorhead 54.00 

Nov. 30 4386 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 48.00 

Nov. 30 4389 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 612.11 

Nov. 30 4398 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 1.75 

Nov. 30 4399 Colorado Telephone Co 6.10 

Nov. 30 4400 Daniels & Fisher Stores Co 88.83 

Nov. 30 4402 W A. Daniels 100.00 

Nov. 30 4403 L. R. Scott 100.00 

Nov. 30 4404 Daisy Broadwell 100.00 

Nov. 30 4405 Julius Clark 100.00 

Nov. 30 4406 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co .\ 432.72 

Nov. 30 4407 H. G. Smith 1.73 

Nov. 30 4408 Helen L. Grenfell 1.2fl 

Nov. 30 4409 Pacific Express Co 17.16 

Nov. 30 4410 Postal Telegraph Co 5-86 

Nov. 30 4411 American District Telegraph Co 6.80 

Nov. 30 4412 Western Union Telegraph Co 14.86 

Nov. 30 4413 A. S. Carter 3.90 

Nov. 30 4414 Remington Typewriter Co 5.50 

Nov. 30 4415 Hadley Package Delivery & S. Co .25 

Nov. 30 4416 G. H. Lent 10.00 

Nov. 30 4417 Colorado Telephone Co 7.20 

Nov. 30 4418 J. L. Moorhead 61.00 

Totals S 63,211.48 



254 



BIENNIAL REPORT 







DRAWN 


Date 

1904 
Dec. 2 


No. 

735 


Dec. 


12 


837 


Dec. 


12 


S3S 


Dec. 


17 


860 


Dec. 


IT 


861 


Dec. 


17 


862 


Dec. 


17 


864 


Dec. 


17 


-05 


Dec. 


17 


866 


Dec. 


17 


867 


Dec. 


17 


868 


Dec. 


17 


869 


Dec. 


17 


870 


Dec. 


17 


871 


Dec. 


17 


872 


Dec. 


17 


873 


Dec. 


17 


S74 


Dec. 


17 


875 


Dec. 


17 


876 


Dec. 


17 


877 


Dec. 


17 


878 


Dec. 


17 


879 


Dec. 


17 


880 


Dec. 


17 


881 


Dec. 


17 


882 


Dec. 


17 


883 


Dec. 


17 


884 


Dec. 


17 


885 


Dec. 


17 


886 


Dec. 


17 


887 


Dec. 


17 


888 


Dec. 


17 


889 


Dec. 


17 


914 


Dec. 


17 


915 


Dec. 


IS 


924 


Dec. 


31 


1051 


Dec. 


23 


1064 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL, FUND 

REVENUE— 1904. 

NAME Amount 

J. Li. Moorhead 61.00 

J. L. Moorhead 5.00 

Am. Dist. Tel 4.60 

Remington Typewriter Co. 5.00 

James Cowie 3.80 

Miles and Taylor 12.00 

A. G. Spaulding & Bros 75 

Warren M. Cox 2.45 

Horace G. Smith 10.80 

Will C. Ferrill 9.95 

Cardwell Blue Print & S. Co 7.00 

City Transfer Co 50 

Baker Vawter Co 1.60 

Helen L. Grenfell 

James H. Peabody 7>J 

Press Clipping Bureau 20.66 

Hadley Package Delivery & Storage Co.' 4. So 

A. S. Carter 3.10 

Post Ptg. & Pub. Co 1.05 

Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 476.11 

W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 16.00 

W. H Kistler Sta. Co 31.00 

Out West Ptg. & Sta. Co 16.25 

W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 217.16 

Western Union Telegraph Co 69.37 

Globe Express Co 6.42 

Pacific Express Co 90 

Wells Fargo Express Co 3.90 

Colo. Telephone Co 

Am. Dist. Telegraph Co 2.85 

Smith-Premier Typewriter Co > 99.00 

Remington Typewriter Co 10.75 

Out West Ptg. & Sta. Co 

Western Union Tel. Co 16.32 

J. L. Moorhead 30.00 

Geo. W. Allen, Jr 100.0} 

James Cowie 317.50 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 255 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE, 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1904 

Dec. 1099 Calvin E. Reed 25.00 

Jan. S 1237 J. L. Moorhead 135.00 

Jan. 11 1262 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 757.42 

Jan. 13 1276 Colorado Telephone Co 13.55 

Jan. 13 1277 R. R. Leese 1.65 

Jan. 13 1278 N. C. Miller 25.00 

Jan. 13 1279 James Cowie 7.94 

Jan. 13 1280 A. S. Carter ' 2.50 

Jan. 13 12S1 Press Clipping Bureau 2.00 

Jan. 13 1282 Post Printing Co 22.96 

Jan. 13 1283 Remington Typewriter Co 5.00 

Jan. 13 12S4 Baker Vawter Co 70.50 

Jan. 13 1285 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 4.85 

Jan. 13 1286 American Dist. Tel. Co 4.90 

Jan. 13 12S7 Globe Express Co 55 

Jan. 13 1288 Western Union Telegraph Co 23.24 

Jan. 13 1289 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 332.18 

Jan. 13 1290 W. H. Montgomery Co 45.45 

Jan. 13 1291 P. F. Gross 100.00 

Jan. 18 1297 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

Jan. 22 1343 J. L. Moorhead 99.00 

Jan. 22 1344 O. B. Spencer 5.00 

Jan. 22 1356 P. F. Gross 5.00 

Jan. "22 1363 J. L. Moorhead 59.00 

Jan. 22 1377 Geo. W. Allen, Jr 100.00 

Jan. 22 1464 Margaret Lawson 100.00 

Jan. 31 14^5 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 456.70 

Jan. 31 1508 J. L. Moorhead, P. M 42.00 

Jan. 2 1542 Dr. F. W. Carrier, Treas 9.95 

Jan. 2 1543 Adams Express Co 22.12 

Jan. 2 1544 Wells Fargo Express Co 4.29 

Jan. 2 1545 Pacific Express Co 3.52 

Jan. 2 1546 Globe Express Co 10.13 

Jan. 2 1547 Smithsonian Institute 28.75 

Jan. 2 1548 Grace P. Lindsley 9.00 



250 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE. 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1904 

Jan. 2 1549 Geo. Anderson 2.85 

Jan. 2 1550 Oscar Sorenson 1.00 

Feb. 13 1651 N. C. Miller 8.85 

Jan. 2 1552 ' City Transfer Co 50 

Jan. 2 1553 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 3.60 

Jan. 2 1554 Hadley-Peek Delivery & Storage Co 2.00 

Jan. 2 1556 John A. Holmberg 41.80 

Feb. 10 1622 John A. Holmberg - 147.85 

Feb. 11 1643 J. L. Moorhen. I. P. M 55.00 

Feb. 13 1651 W. C. Miller 8.85 

Feb. 13 1652 Globe Express Co SO 

Feb. 13 1653 Railway World 4.00 

Feb. 13 16,71 Postal Telegraph Co 62 

Feb. 13 1655 Press Clipping Bureau 4.00 

Feb. 13 1658 ■ Timothy O'Connor 4.00 

Feb. 13 1667 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 1,283.69 

Feb. 15 1670 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 311.79 

Feb. 15 1671 Out West Ptg. Co 48.00 

Feb. 17 1683 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 129.92 

Feb. 17 1684 Western Union Telegraph Co 4.13 

Feb. 17 1685 Wells Fargo & Co. Express 23.04 

Feb. 17 1686 United States Express Co 7.99 

Feb. 17 1687 Colo. Telephone Co 6.20 

Feb. 17 1688 Remington Typewriter Co 6.00 

Feb. 17 1689 Am. Dist. Tel. Co 3.50 

Feb. 17 1690 A. S. Carter 35 

Feb. 17 1691 Wm. B. Dana Co 10.00 

Feb. 17 1692 J. L. Moorheacl, P. M 95.00 

Feb. 18 1694 L. F. Frost 4.00 

Feb. 18 1696 H. E. Mulnix 100.00 

Feb. 19 1702 Western Union Tel. Co 5.62 

Feb. 19 1704 B. L. Sherman 90.00 

Feb. 23 1709 Geo. W. Allen, Jr 100.00 

Feb. 29 1847 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 144.76 

Feb. 29 1848 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 18.00 

Feb. 29 1849 John A. Holmberg .109.50 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 257 
LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE. 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1904 

Feb. 29 1850 Adams Express Co 3.74 

Feb. 29 1851 J. Gibson Smith 4.75 

Feb. 29 1852 Pierce & Zahn 1.50 

Feb. 29 1853 Colo. News Co 4.00 

Feb. 29 1854 W. A. Platte 1.10 

Feb. 29 1855 H. G. Smith 8.55 

Feb. 29 1856 A. S. Carter 46.27 

Feb. 29 1857 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 35 

Feb. 29 1858 Wm. D. Dana Co 2.00 

Feb. 29 1859 Wells Fargo Co. Express 1.29 

Feb. 29 1869 J. L. Moorhead 126.00 

Mar. 2 1953 J. L. Moorhead 71.00 

Mar. 3 1957 James Cowie 1.75 

Mar. 5 1976 J. L. Miller 25.00 

Mar. 8 2044 Out West Ptg. Co 100.75 

Mar. 8 2045 Smith-Brooks Ptg. Co 171.80 

Mar. 8 2046 Clark Quick Ptg. Co 15.75 

Mar. 10 2061 J. L. Moorhead 55.00 

Mar. 10 2064 W. H. Kistler Sta. Co 359.09 

Mar. 10 2065 The Crystal Co 1.80 

Mar. 10 2066 Haswell Drug Co 2.35 

Mar. 10 2067 Press Clipping Bureau 5.87 

Mar. 10 2068 O. B. Spencer 5.25 

Mar. 10 2069 Am. Dist. Telegraph Co 4.00 

Mar. 10 2070 Colo. Telephone Co 2.00 

Mar. 10 2071 Wells Fargo Co. Express 74 

Mar. 10 2072 Pacific Express Co 28.25 

Mar. 10 2073 Globe Express Co 33.63 

Mar. 10 2074 Western Union Telegraph Co 18.97 

Mar. 16 2122 Sam H. Wood 57.10 

Mar. 19 2134 Geo. W. Allen 100.00 

Mar. 25 2181 J. L. Moorhead 18.00 

Mar. 31 2264 J. L. Moorhead 609.00 

Mar. 31 2321 James H. Peabody 684.75 

April 7 2424 Axel Swanson 125.00 

April 11 2425 James Cowie 191.00 

9 



258 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 



Date 

1904 

April 14 


No. 
2466 


April 17 


2477 


April 18 


2482 


April 18 


2483 


April 20 


2489 


April 20 


2490 


April 20 


2491 


April 20 


2492 


April 20 


2493 


April 20 


2494 


April 20 


2495 


April 20 


2496 


April 20 


2497 


April 20 


2498 


April 20 


2499 


April 20 


2500 


April 20 


2501 


April 20 


2502 


April 20 


2503 


April 20 


2504 


April 20 


2505 


April 20 


2506 


April 20 


2507 


April 20 


2508 


April 20 


2509 


April 20 


2510 


April 20 


2511 


April 20 


2512 


April 20 


2513 


April 25 


2541 


April 30 


2592 


April 30 


2616 


May 4 


2763 


May 6 


2765 


May 6 


2770 


May 6 


2785 



REVENUE, 1904. 

NAME Amount 

Smith-Brooks Printing Co 2,305.40 

E. L. White 71.50 

Edna B. Warner 57.00 

J. L. Moorhead 63.00 

Press Clipping Bureau 6.68 

Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 148.25 

Hadley-Peck Delivery & Storage Co 4.00 

Helen L. Grenfell 1.40 

James H. Peabody .60 

Out West Printing & Stationery Co 48.00 

Railway Equipment & Publishing Co 5.00 

Wm. D. Dana Co .68 

A. R. Tibbitts 2.00 

Dr. F. N. Carrier, Treasurer 16.12 

Mrs. J. L. Miller 25.00 

Robt. Bailey. Clerk 0.50 

John A. Holmberg 15.60 

Haswell Drug Co 2.50 

Baker Vawter Co 25.85 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 185.63 

Post Printing & Publishing Co 22.75 

Lallie Surveying Instrument Co 25.00 

Remington Typewriter Co 11.70 

American District Telegraph Co .40 

Colorado Telephone Co 19.05 

Adams Express Co .35 

Wells Fargo & Co. Express 3.30 

Globe Express Co 6.25 

Western Union Telegraph Co 31.25 

J. L. Moorhead 16.00 

J. C. Roberts 125.00 

Geo. W. Allen 100.00 

Axel Swanson 125.00 

J. L. Moorhead 46.00 

J. L. Moorhead 93.00 

R. R. Leese 13.60 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



259 



DRAWN AG 



Date 

1904 

May 11 


No. 
2794 


May 


11 


2795 


May 


11 


279.: 


May 


11 


2797 


May 


11 


279S 


May 


11 


2799 


May 


11 


2800 


May 


11 


2801 


May 


11 




May 


11 


2803 


May 


11 


2804 


May 


11 


2805 


May 


11 


2806 


May 


11 


2807 


May 


11 


2808 


May 


11 


2809 


May 


11 


2810 


May 


11 


2S12 


May 


11 


2813 


May 


13 


2846 


May 


24 


2920 


May 


24 


2921 


May 


2-3 


2931 


May 


31 


3004 


May 


31 


3043 


May 


31 


3044 


May 


31 


3045 


June 


1 


30S4 


June 


o 


3120 


June 


2 


3121 


June 


2 


3122 


June 


2 


3123 


June 


2 


3124 


June 


9 


3125 


June 


2 


312.1 


June 


2 


3127 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

AINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 

REVENUE. 1904. 

NAME Amount 

N. C. Miller 28.85 

Globe Express Co 44.30 

Pacific Express Co 37.99 

Republican Publishing- Co 61.50 

Hadley-Peck Delivery Co 3.50 

Nat Walthar 14.00 

Horace G. Smith 2.65 

W. C. Ferrill 5.50 

J. F. Boyd 1.80 

Kendrick Book & Stationery Co 3.00 

American Bonding- Co 5.00 

F. D. Wallacker Co 61.90 

Press Clipping Bureau 6.85 

Western Union Telegraph Co 1.35 

Colorado Telephone Co 7-05 

American District Telegraph Co 3.35 

James H. Peabody 339-00 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 

Smith-Brooks Priming Co 110.05 

J. B. Melville 1.50 

J. L. Moorhead 81.00 

Wm. C. Sloan 200.00 

W. H. Sunblaw 2.80 

Geo. W. Allen » 100.00 

Axel Swanson 125.00 

T. A. Curry 125.00 

J. L. Moorhead 116.00 

J. L. Moorhead 16.00 

Smith-Brooks Printing Co 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 5.01 

Edna B. Warner 91.50 

Chas. L. Spencer 30.00 

Press Clipping Bureau 5.00 

Mrs. J. L. Miller 25.00 

Remington Typewriter Co 5.00 

Colorado Telephone Co ,85 



260 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 
REVENUE, 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 

1904 

June 2 3128 Wells Fargo & Co 1.15 

June 2 3129 Globe Express Co 19.94 

June 2 3130 Western Union Telegraph Co 21.70 

June 2 3131 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

June 2 3136 Mills Publishing Co 220.00 

June 2 3137 Jas. H. Peabody 142.90 

June 2 3138 Jas. H. Peabody 234.15 

June 3 3146 J. L. Moorhead 97.00 

June 4 3150 J. L. Moorhead 38.00 

June 7 3158 Mills Publishing Co 50.00 

June 7 3181 J. L. Moorhead 22.00 

June 13 3242 J. L. Moorhead 96.00 

June 14 3248 R. R. Leese 9.12 

June 17 3260 James H. Peabody 16.15 

June 16 3249 J. L. Moorhead 10.U0 

June 17 3262 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1,422.50 

June 17 3263 American Bonding Co 5.00 

June 17 3264 Horace G. Smith 14.30 

June 17 3265 Will C. Ferrill 5.55 

June 17 3266 Smith-Premier Typtwriter Co 3.00 

June 17 3267 Remington Typewriter Co 5.00 

June 17 3268 Chas. L. Spencer 64.00 

June 17 3269 Wells Fargo & Co. Express 3.85 

June 17 3270 U. S. Express Co 2.10 

June 17 3271 Pacific Express Co 11.81 

June 17 3272 Adams Express Co 3.43 

June 17 3273 Colo. Typewriter Exchange Co 3.00 

June 17 3274 A. S. Carter 35 

June 17 3275 Globe Express Co 80 

June 17 3276 Colorado Telephone Co 3.70 

June 17 3277 Western Union Telegraph Co 55.73 

June 17 3278 American District Telegraph Co 2.90 

June 17 3279 W. H. Kistler 152.23 

June 17 3280 J. L. Moorhead 70.00 

June 20 3284 Edna B. Warner 69.30 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



261 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 
REVENUE, 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 

1904 

June 24 3323 American District Telegraph Co 3.20 

June 30 3415 Geo. W. Allen 100.00 

June 30 3416 Geo. W. Allen 100.00 

July 2 3513 Axel Swanson 125.00 

July 6 3544 J. L. Moorhead 40.00 

July 7 3547 J. L. Moorhead 112.00 

July 11 3564 Jas. H. Peabody 91.00 

July 14 3616 J. L. Moorhead , 12.00 

July 14 3620 Press Clipping- Bureau 7.25 

July 14 3622 Record-Stockman 88.99 

July 14 3623 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 234.30 

July 14 3624 Out West Printing Co 22.50 

July 14 3625 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 121.15 

July 14 3626 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 610.00 

July 14 3627 James Cowie 8.45 

July 14 3628 Globe Express Co 6-60 

July 14 3629 Postal Telegraph Co 8.62 

July 14 3630 American District Telegraph Co 4.35 

July 14 3631 T\ estern Union Telegraph Co 64.94 

July 14 3632 Pacific Express Co 36.75 

July 14 3633 Wells Fargo Express Co 2.20 

July 14 3634 Adams Express Co 3.00 

July 14 3635 Colorado Telephone Co 12.00 

July 14 3636 Hadley-Peck Delivery Co-. 1.00 

July 14 3637 Remington Typewriter Co 5.90 

July 14 3638 W. A. Piatt 90 

July 14 3639 Ballenger & Richards 41.00 

July 14 3640 Kendrick Book & Stationery Co 3.50 

July 14 3641 Newall G. Smith 14.55 

July 14 3642 Will Hustis 15.00 

July 15 3648 James Cowie 46.00 

July 22 3674 J. L. Moorhead 34.00 

July 31 3790 J. L. Moorhead 105.00 

July 31 3815 J. L. Moorhead 20.00 

Aug. 4 3896 Axel Swanson 125.00 

Aug. 9 3948 J. L. Moorhead 111.00 



2<>2 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 
REVENUE, 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1904 

Aug. 12 3956 J. L. Moorhead 120.00 

Aug. 13 3959 J. L. Moorhead •. 40.00 

Aug. 16 3969 James H. Peabody 327.15 

Aug. 16 3970 James H. Peabody 19.17 

Aug. 16 3971 J. L. Moorhead 25.00 

Aug. IS 3979 \V. H. Kistler Stationery Co 27.43 

Aug. 18 3980 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 93.50 

Aug. 18 3981 AVestern Union Telegraph Co 9.30 

Aug. 18 3982 Postal Telegraph Co 50 

Aug. 18 3983 Colorado Telephone Co 8.50 

Aug. 18 3984 American District Telegraph Co 0.40 

Aug. 18 3985 Wells Fargo & Co. Express 40 

Aug. 18 3986 Rollandet Drafting and B. B. Co 15.00 

Aug. 18 3987 A. J. Carter 1.85 

Aug. 18 3988 Press Clipping Bureau 180.00 

Aug. 18 3989 Hadley-Peck Delivery and Storage Co 17.00 

Aug. 18 3990 Will Houstis 9.65 

Aug. 18 3991 Globe Express Co 12.85 

Aug. 18 3992 Pacific Express Co • 20.38 

Aug. 18 3993 Republican Publishing Co 54.00 

Aug. 18 3994 George Mayer Hardware Co 35.20 

Aug. 18 3995 Denver Lithographing Co 60.00 

Aug. 18 3996 Ballenger & Richards 18.00 

Aug. 18 3997 Smith-Brooks Printing Co *.... 407.15 

Aug. 19 4006 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 151.58 

Aug. 19 4007 W. H. Sunblaw 1.05 

Aug. 20 4009 A. B. Gray 80.60 

Aug. 25 4060 J. L. Moorhead 27.00 

Aug. 27 4065 J. L. Moorhead 40.00 

Aug. 27 4069 Dan B. Carey 250.00 

Aug. 31 4159 George W. Allen 100.00 

Aug. 31 4231 Axel Swanson 125. 00 

Aug. 31 4235 J. L. Moorhead 16.00 

Sept. 8 4313 J. L. Moorhead 23.00 

Sept. 13 4378 James H. Peabody 154.15 

Sept. 14 4382 J. L. Moorhead 308.50 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



263 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Continued. 



Date 

1904 
Sept. 17 


No. 
4404 


Sept. 


20 


4409 


Sept. 


21 


4413 


Sept. 


21 


4414 


Sept. 


21 


4415 


Sept. 


21 


4416 


Sept. 


21 


4417 


Sept. 


22 


4425 


Sept. 


23 


4428 


Sept. 


28 


4465 


Sept. 


30 


4484 


Sept. 


30 


4485 


Sept. 


30 


4495 


Sept. 


30 


4498 


Sept. 


30 


4569 


Sept. 


30 


4615 


Oct. 




4621 


Oct. 




4631 


Oct. 




4643 


Oct. 




4645 


Oct. 




4647 


Oct. 




4648 


Oct. 




4649 


Oct. 




4650 


Oct. 




4651 


Oct. 




4652 


Oct. 




4653 


Oct. 




4654 


Oct. 




4655 


Oct. 




4656 


Oct. 




4657 


Oct. 




4658 


Oct. 




4659 


Oct. 




4660 


Oct. 




4682 


Oct. 


8 


4703 



REVENUE, 1904. 
NAME 

R. R. Leese 

Margaret Lawson 

Post Printing and Publishing Co. 

Will Huestes 

H. G. Smith 

C. O. Petersen. 

Smith-Premier 

J. L. Moorhead 

W. C. Sloan 

J. L. Moorhead 

Georgetown Courier 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 

Smith-Brooks Stationery Co 

Axel Swanson 

State Treasurer 

Mills Publishing Co 

Smith-Brooks Printing Co 

Smith-Brooks Printing Co 

J. L. Moorhead 

J. C. Mills 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

United States Express Co 

Globe Express Co 

Pacific Express Co 

Colorado Telephone Co 

American District Telegraph Co. 

Remington Typewriter Co 

City Transfer Co 

Press Clipping Bureau 

Republican Publishing Co 

Denver Novelty and E. Co 

Will Houstes 

Record-Stockman 

Preston Holbrook 

James H. Peabody 



Amount 

6.64 

100.00 

22.05 

12.75 

17.30 

50 

1.50 

20.00 

231.00 

53.00 

76.00 

3.50 

195.30 

125.00 

100.00 

417.00 

2.75 

32.90 

63.00 

6.80 

94.67 

14.81 

19.60 

17.20 

19.37 

3.65 

6.00 

99.65 

50 

11.97 

10.67 

3.50 

21.65 

48.01 

60.00 

470.90 



2(>4 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND— Concluded. 

REVENUE, 1904. 

Date No. NAME Amount 
1904 

Oct. 8 4709 J. L. Moorhead 220.00 

Oct. 11 4737 J. L. Moorhead 20.00 

Oct. 11 4746 W. H Montgomery 93.00 

Oct. 11 4754 J. L. Moorhead 20.00 

Oct. 17 4788 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 59 53 

Oct. 25 4830 J. L. Moorhead 28.00 

Nov. 3 4995 Axel Swanson 125.00 

Nov. 3 4996 J. L. Moorhead 16.00 

Total $27,804.70 



ANNUAL CORPORATION 
LICENSE TAX. 






ANNUAL CORPORATION LICENSE TAX. 

On the following pages will be found a synopsis of the 
amount collected by the Corporation License Tax Department 
(commonly known as the flat tax), also disbursements by way of 
refunds and other data in relation thereto. 

At this time it would be pertinent and opportune to state 
that the law governing this tax is sadly deficient and lame, with 
reference to the method of enforcing collection; in fact, the pres- 
ent law almost leaves it optional as to whether the tax is paid 
or not. 

Approximately computed, not one-third of the corporations 
authorized to transact business in the State of Colorado pay the 
annual tax, and while the rate of taxation is comparatively insig- 
nificant, yet if payment was enforced and made compulsory this 
department would be a source of revenue from which a hand- 
some sum could be realized. 

As the present law stands on our statute books payment 
can simply be demanded by annually notifying, previous to Feb- 
ruary 1st, each company as to the amount due, and when pay- 
able. The large majority of corporations not only refuse to com- 
ply with the demands and terms of said notification, but abso- 
lutely ignore them; we are powerless to enforce collection, and 
they continue throughout their entire corporate existence with- 
out paying the tax, and in view of this lax condition. I desire 
to recommend that the next Legislature amend the law govern- 
ing this tax by adopting some method of procedure to enforce 
collection. 

Under the original act creating this department, all corpora- 
tions, irrespective as to the amount of capital stock, were to 
pay the annual tax at the rate of ten cents upon each one thou- 
sand dollars of its capital stock for foreign corporations, and 
five cents per thousand for domestic corporations. 

During the extra session of the Legislature in 1902 the rate 
of taxation was reduced three-fifths, or making the tax four 
cents and two cents on foreign and domestic corporations respec- 
tively, and, furthermore, all domestic corporations capitalized for 
less than f 25, 000 were exempt from taxation. 

By way of comparison the amount collected for the fiscal 
years of 1903 and 1004 is greatly in excess of that collected by 
the previous administration. 



268 BIENNIAL REPORT 

It had been the intention of the department to make a most 
minute report of the business transacted, and to publish in book 
form every corporation having paid a license tax, the date, name 
and amount so paid, but after the work was completed it was 
found that the report would consist of about 150 pages, set in 
very small type, and that the possible benefits which might ac- 
crue would not be commensurate with the expense; therefore, a 
synopsis of the exact amounts of receipts and disbursements lias 
been substituted. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 269 

STATEMENT 

OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF THE FLAT TAX DEPARTMENT. 

Receipts 
From January 14. 1903. to November 30, 1903. 
1901 Tax S 523.00 

1901 Tax penalty 70.00 

1902 Tax 6,455.18 

1902 Tax penalty 555.57 

1903 Tax 38,487.21 

i903 Tax penalty 312.95 

Total S46.403.91 

From December 1. 1903. to November 30. 1904. 
1902 Tax 5 916.92 

1902 Tax penalty 170.S5 

1903 Tax 4,163.88 

1903 Tax penalty 275.4S 

1904 Tax 36,497.52 

1904 Tax penalty 299.38 

Total $42,324.03 

$88,727.94 
Overdraft account rebates 2.90 

Grand total $SS,730.84 

Disbursements 

Paid State Treasurer, from January 14. 1903. to No- 
vember 30. 1903. 

February 4. 1903 $ 567.11 

March 16, 1903 4.621.50 

April 4. 1903 2.407.76 

May 7. 1903 10,545.70 

June 5. 1903 10,160.73 

July S, 1903 5,207.40 

August 1, 1903 1,768.53 

September 9, 1903 642.02 

October 5. 1903 1,141.85 

November 4. 1903 S24.26 

November 30. 1903 1 .234.50 

Total $39,121.36 



i 



270 BIENNIAL REPORT AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 

Disbursemens— Continued 

Paid to State Treasurer, from December 1, 1903, to 
November 30, 1904. 

January 7, 1904 $ 678.23 

February 4, 1904 1 ,982.23 

March 2, 1904 4.494.56 

April 12, 1904 2,490.64 

June 7, 1904 23 ,617.17 

July 6, 1904 2.63S.31 

August 9, 1904 868.78 

September 9, 1904 1,053.55 

October 11, 1904 594.95 

November 12, 1904 526.25 

November 30. 1904 524.50 

Total $37,469.17 

Grand total $76,590.53 

Rebates and Refunds 

1903 $ 721.01 

1904 402.53 

Total $ 1,123 54 

Protest Fund 

Cash in bank December 1, 1903 $ 6,568.94 

Cash in bank December 1, 1904 4,447.83 

Total $11 .016.77 

Grand total $88,730.84 

RECAPITULATION. 

Receipts 

Taxes $SS,727.94 

Bank overdraft 2.90 

Total $88,730.84 

Disbursements 

State Treasurer $76,590.53 

Rebates and refunds 1,123.54 

Cash in bank account protests 11,016.77 

Total $88,730.84 



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