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THE LIBRARIES 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO 

GREELEY, COLORADO 80631 



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UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO 
GREELEY, CO 80631 






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Biennial Report 



OF 



M. A. LEDDY 

AUDITOR OF STATE 

OF 

COLORADO 



From December 1, 1910, to November 30, 1912 
Inclusive 




DENVER. COLORADO 

THE SMITH-BROOKS PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 

1912 



Biennial Report 

OF 

MICHAEL A. LEDDY 

AUDITOR OF STATE 

OF 

COLORADO 



Denver, Colorado, December 20, 1912. 
To His Excellency, 
John F. Shafroth, 

Governor of Colorado. 

Dear Sir: I submit herewith my biennial report covering the period 
from December 1, 1910, to November 30, 1912, inclusive. In this report 
complete financial statements appear relative to revenue matters, pertinent 
to the state government, etc., as follows: 

Receipts and disbursements from the General Revenue Funds, 1911-1912. 
Receipts and distribution of the interest on delinquent taxes. 
Ledgei' balances, debits and credits at the beginning and end of the 
biennial period. 
. y Appropriations 1911-1912, together with the revenue collected or col- 

"\ lectible to satisfy same. 

0\ Estimated General Revenue Fund income for the fiscal years 1913-1914. 

^ Estimated necessarv expenditures from the General Revenue for the 

fVs> ' fiscal years 1913-1914. 

Estimated net floating debt of the state on November 30, 1912. 

Inheritance Tax collected and application of same. 

Uncancelled warrants and certificates of indebtedness. 

Disbursements by departments from the General Incidental Fund. 

State Treasurer's receipts and disbursements and cash balances. 

State taxes charged each county, years 1911 and 1912. 

Delinquent taxes due State November 30, 1912. 

Additional assessments and increases on tax levies, 1911-1912. 

Rebate decreases and amounts declared unavailable-tax levies, 1911-1912. 

Abstract of assessment by counties. 



4 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Financial reports of Building & Loan Saving Associations. 

Appropriations, either statutory, or those made by the Eighteenth Gen- 
eral Assembly from the General Revenue Fund, aggregated $3,850,583.34. 

Warrants have been issued in satisfying the above to the extent of 
$2,822,151.60. 

As regards the Revenue of 1911, will state that warrants have been 
drawn against this fund to an amount of $1,345,844.25, of which $1,292,492.41 
have been paid, leaving as outstanding $52,343.33. There was standing to 
the credit of this fund on November 30, $35,306.33, which, together with the 
1911 revenue still to be collected, will more than cover the outstanding war- 
rants drawn against the same. 

Up to the 30th of November warrants have been issued against the 
Revenue of 1912, amounting to $1,476,307.35, which, after the taxes and mis- 
cellaneous items due for this year are collected and the surplus of $35,306.33 
of 1911 is transferred to 1912, will be well within the limit of the revenue 
which I have estimated closely at $1,483,000.00. 

This does not include the appropriations made for the maintenance of 
the Capitol Building, Internal Improvement Fund, etc. 

There follows a statement of court cases, decided and pending, in which 
M. A. Leddy, as State Auditor for the years 1911 and 1912, was defendant. 

Respectfullv submitted, 

M. A. LEDDY, 
Auditor of State of Colorado. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



Case Relative to 
Refusal to issue warrants 
or vouchers of the 
Immigration Board 
Refusal to issue warrants 
or vouchers of the 
Immigration Board 
Water Right 
Defense Bill 

Appropriation 
State Fair 

Appropriation 
State Fair 

Purchase of land and 
Spring for Denver 
Fish Hatchery 
Refusal to draw warrant 
for salary of Secretary 
of Civil Service Com- 
mission 

House Bill 200, 
Good Roads 
Legality of the Funding 
Bonds, issue of 1910, 
to take up State 
warrants 

Transferring balance of 
funds on hand to general 
revenue at the end of the 
biennial period, Board of 
Medical Examiners 



COURT CASES DECIDED AND TENDING 
M. A. Leddy, as State Auditor, Defendant 

YEARS 1911-1912 
Plaintiff Defendant 

People ex rel. M. A. Leddy 

Western Newspaper 
Union 

People ex rel. The 
Prompt Ptg. Co. 



Louis R. Stockman 



State of Colorado 
ex rel. State Board 
of Horticulture 
State of Colorado 
ex rel. State Board 
of Agriculture 
Geo. A. Starbird 



Herbert W. Cornell 



H. B. Manville et al. 



Post Pub. & Ptg. Co. 



Jane V. Barber et al. 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy et al. 



M. A. Leddy et al. 



Decided in favor cf 
M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 

M. A. Leddy 
Decided in the State 
Supreme Court. 
Still pending, 
change of venue 

Still pending in 

State Supreme 

Court 

M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 



M. A. Leddy 

M. A. Leddy et al. 
in District State 
Supreme, and 
United States 
Supreme Court 
Still pending and 
under consideration 
State Supreme 
Court 



RECOMMENDATIONS 



OF 



THE STATE AUDITOR 

M. A. LEDDY 



TO 



His Excellency, Governor John F. Shafroth and the 
Members of the Nineteenth General Assembly 



The following matters have come under niy observation within the last 
year on which some action should be taken, and recommendations for the 
improvement of these unsatisfactory conditions are made, as follows: 

GENERAL— STATE DEPARTMENTS. 

APPROPRIATIONS IN EXCESS OF PROBABLE REVENUE. 

The present state officers and legislature have been severely criticised 
during the past two years for the great volume of moneys appropriated by 
the Eighteenth General Assembly in excess of any possible income or revenue, 
and many severe disappointments have been suffered by individuals, as well 
as by the state departments and state institutions. This is not only true of 
the last two years, but is the usual custom, and has been so for many years 
past. 

It would seem that this embarrassing condition might be remedied if the 
committees on finance and appropriations from the Senate and House of 
Representatives were to confer more with the Governor, State Auditor and 
Treasurer, and less with the lobbyists, many of whom are only interested to 
the extent of the salary or compensation they are personally to receive for 
their services in securing the passage of their bills. 

The interest, in many cases, in so far as the lobbyists are concerned, ceases 
with the passage of the bill carrying the desired appropriation, and they do 
not know, nor care, what embarrassing situations may later arise. Owing to 
the laws governing the classification as to what bills shall take precedence 
over others in the matter of payment, many worthy measures, and such as 
the legislature as a whole would endorse, are killed by being thrown into the 
fourth or fifth class, where frequently no funds are available to satisfy such 
appropriations. 

On the other hand, the Governor of the state, with the information at his 
command from such sources as the Treasurer's department and the Auditor's 
office, can estimate the incoming revenue for the biennial period at a very 
close figure. An estimate of this revenue for a period of ten years will not 



8 BIENNIAL REPORT 

vary over $100,000, as an average, from the actual revenue collected annually, 
and such variation is due largely to the indefiniteness of the inheritance tax 
ro be collected. 

The legislature should adopt some sane method of limiting appropriations, 
that all may be treated with fairness, thereby saving the state administration 
and the public at large the trouble and annoyance that these excessive appro- 
priations have caused. If no other plan seems feasible, I would suggest that 
the Governor of the state inform the House and Senate committees on appro- 
priations that all bills carrying appropriations will be gone over, and a suffi- 
cient number of the less meritorious ones vetoed, in order that the total 
appropriations to be satisfied may be within the limit of the revenue of the 
slate. 

THE PUBLISHED REPORT OF THE PUBLIC EXAMINER. 

It is recommended that the legislature amend section 4, on page 457 of 
the Session Laws of 1909, Public Accounting Act, relating to the Published 
Annual Report, striking out the word "annual" in the ninth and tenth lines, 
and inserting the word "biennial" in lieu thereof. 

I would also recommend that such report be limited to 400 pages instead 
of 300. 

This report is intended to cover in detail the financial statements of all 
state boards, state institutions, penal, educational and charitable, as well as 
reports from the different departments of county government ; and unless 
sufficient space is allowed, the reports to the legislature and to the Governor 
are submitted only in part, which is unsatisfactory, and sometimes misleading. 

The saving in dollars and cents effected by publishing the report biennially 
instead of yearly would far exceed the additional cost of an increase of 100 
pages in the biennial report. 

FINANCING. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME WORKSHOP FOR THE BLIND MUTE AND BLIND 

SCHOOL. 

The present system as regards the order of payment of appropriations 
operates in such a way that a great hardship is worked on certain institu- 
tions, namely, the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, the Workshop for the Blind, 
and the Mute and Blind School, owing to the fact of their being placed in 
the third class. 

All general expense of the State, including the maintenance of the penal 
institutions, has precedence in the matter of payment of appropriations over 
the educational institutions of which these are a part, and while the Mute 
and Blind School has a one-fifth of a mill tax levy specifically set aside for 
its support, as have also the other educational institutions, the Workshop 
for the Blind and the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home have no such levy to fall 
back on. In cases where the Legislature appropriates in excess of the 
revenue, the third class appropriations are very likely to be paid only in 
part, and possibly not at all, in which case these schools would be badly 
crippled, more especially the Workshop for the Blind, which would be forced 
to close. 

Some legislative provision should be made taking these three institu- 
tions from the third class, and putting them on the same basis as the penal 
institutions in the second class. 

CONTINGENT FUNDS FOR AUDITOR AND TREASURER OF STATE. 

The duties of the State Auditor and State Treasurer frequently require 
trips to the State institutions and points in the State outside of Denver. No 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 9 

provision for the expense of such trips has heretofore been made. This ex- 
pense should properly be stood by the State, and it is recommended that the 
Legislature provide contingent funds for these two officers out of which 
their traveling expense may be drawn. Such an appropriation should not 
exceed 1500.00 yearly for each officer. 

DAIRY COMMISSION. 

Section 8, on page 288, of the Session Laws of 1911, and relating to an 
act creating the State Dairy Commission, includes the following paragraph : 

"All persons, companies, and corporations, selling, or offering for sale, 
milk, cream or dairy products, shall each year, and on or before January 
10th, or thereafter, before making any such sale or sales, pay to the State 
Treasurer, a fee of one dollar for a permit, which shall be issued by the 
Dairy Commissioner. Such permit shall not be granted, without inspection 
as herein provided." 

It was anticipated that from this department there would be an increase 
to the General State Kevenueof from $30,000.00 to $50,000.00 derived from 
the $1.00 fee. The actual collections for the two years 1911 and 1912 will 
not exceed $2,500.00, and this falling off from the anticipated amount is due 
largely to the fact of placing the collection of this fee in the hands of the 
State Treasurer instead of the Dairy Commission. 

The Commissioner or his deputies should be empowered to collect this 
fee at the time investigations are made, and to accomplish this the act in 
question should be amended. 

For the State Treasurer to collect these fees, a great deal of extra work 
is entailed for the expense of which no provision has been made. 

SCALP BOUNTY CERTIFICATES. 

The amount of scalp bounty certificates on file in this office now aggre- 
gates $50,000.00. As has been repeatedly urged, provision should be made 
to pay these claims; and as the certificates continue to be filed with the 
Auditor of State, the Legislature should either repeal the present law or 
make provision for their payment. 

THE SHORT APPROPRIATION BILL. 

The General Assembly passes a short appropriation bill, covering the 
months of December, January, February and March, providing for the pay- 
ment of the salaries of the several departments. 

As this short bill is not usually passed until the last of February, all of 
the clerks and employes of the departments, whose employment is not pro- 
vided for by law except by appropriation in the general appropriation bills, 
are left without their salaries during a period of from two to three months 
in each biennial period. 

The absolute necessity for continuing the employment of clerks and em- 
ployes during this period is generally recognized, and it has been the prac- 
tice to continue the employment of such clerks without any authority of law. 
trusting to the Legislature to make provision in the short appropriation bill 

I would recommend, therefore, that such legislation be enacted as will 
provide for the employment of necessary clerks and employes in the several 
departments of State, and fix their salaries in such manner as to make them 
continuing appropriations. This would do away with the short appropria- 
tion bill. 



10 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OIL INSPECTOR. 

It was supposed that in the passage of House Bill 351 on page 533 of 
the Session Laws of 1911, that this act would effect a change in this depart- 
ment, through which the Inspector and Deputies would be paid a straight 
salary and the fee system abolished. 

Due to the fact that the Legislature did not confirm Mr. Street's ap- 
pointment by the Governor, the Inspector held over until his successor 
should qualify, and retained as his compensation the fees collected. 

The Legislature should not fail to confirm the appointment to this office 
at the next session, thereby saving in the neighborhood of $5,000.00 a year 
to the State. The Attorney General's opinion regarding this matter will be 
found on page 140 of the Public Examiner's Report of 1911. 

REVISED STATUTES. 

Immediately after the session of the Nineteenth General Assembly. 
there should be compiled a volume entitled "The Revised Statutes of 1913" 
and legislation should be enacted naming the proper board to supervise this 
work, and providing for the expense attached thereto. In this connection 
will state that the utmost precaution should be taken in eliminating laws 
that have been repealed. In printing "The Session Laws of 1908" many acts 
were included, which long before the compilation of that volume, had been 
killed. As far as possible this should be avoided. 

RECOMMENDATIONS. 

BOND OF STATE OFFICERS AND APPOINTEES. 

It is required by law that many of the state officers and their appointees 
furnish indemnity bonds to the state, as a guarantee for the faithful perform- 
ance of their duties, or, in the case of those handling state moneys, against 
defalcations, etc. In most cases surety company bonds are required, and with 
few exceptions the premiums on such bonds are paid from the pockets of the 
individuals, no provision of law having been made whereby the state may 
bear this expense. 

A few of these bonds required run over the hundred-thousand mark and 
necessitate the payment of large premiums. 

The bond of State Treasurer is $1,000,000, and, if furnished by a surety 
company, would require the payment of a premium of $2,500 yearly — approxi- 
mately 40 per cent of that officer's salary. 

I regard the giving of personal bonds in many instances as inimical and 
detrimental to the public service, in' that many officers are frequently com- 
pelled to place themselves under obligations to the persons becoming sureties 
upon the bonds, and sometimes the obligations are of such a character as to 
give to third parties undue influence and control over the disposition and 
custody of the moneys indemnified. 

Another advantage derived from the bonds of surety companies is that, 
in case of defalcations, indemnity is generally made with promptness; whereas 
individual sureties sometimes resist payment as long as possible, hoping 
thereby to escape it altogether or to force some beneficial compromise. 

In view of the foregoing, I recommend that an act be passed by the 
General Assembly providing that surety bonds be given by all persons from 
whom bonds are required under the law, and that a sufficient appropriation 
be made in each instance to pay the premium upon such bonds. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



11 



Such a law, when enacted, would enable the state and its officers to 
exercise full control and direction over the deposit and custody of public 
moneys — which, under present conditions, is sometimes impossible — and would, 
I believe, result in the securing of higher rates of interest on deposits. 

In my opinion, such an increase on interest earnings would more than 
cover the entire cost of the premiums, which in the aggregate is estimated 
closely at $5,561.50 per annum, or $11,123.00 for the biennial period. 

There follows a statement showing the state officers and their appointees 
from whom bonds are required by law, the amount of such bonds, and the 
cost of premiums thereon. 

To carry out this provision, there should be included in the long appro- 
priation bill an amount of $12,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to 
provide for the premiums for the years 1913 and 1914 on the bonds required 
by law, of such state officers, their deputies and employes, as shall give bond 
with corporate surety. 

AMOUNT AND PREMIUMS OF BONDS REQUIRED BY LAW OF STATE OFFICIALS. 



Amount 
of 
Officer of Bond 

State Treasurer $1,000,000.00 

Secretary of State 10,000.00 

Auditor of State 30,000.00 

Deputy Inspector B. & L. Association... 10,000.00 

Commissioner of Insurance 30,000.00 

Deputy Commissioner of Insurance 20,000.00 

Actuary of Insurance 15,000.00 

Public Examiner 10,000.00 

Deputy Public Examiner, 6fo$5,000 30,000.00 

State Bank Commissioner 10,000.00 

Deputy Bank Commissioner 10,000.00 

State Printing Commissioner 20,000.00 

"Warden State Reformatory 5,000.00 

Warden State Penitentiary 10,000.00 

Inspector Steam Boilers 5,000.00 

Secretary State Board Stock Insp. Com. 5,000.00 

Treasurer State Board Stock Insp. Com. 10,000.00 

State Veterinary Surgeon 10,000.00 

Treasurer State Board of Agriculture — 100,000.00 

Secretary State Board of Agriculture 5,000.00 

Secretary Board of Capitol Managers... 10,000.00 

Inspector of Coal Mines 5,000.00 

Commissioner of Game and Fish 5,000.00 

Members Board of Horseshoe Exam- 
iners, 5@$500 2,500.00 

State Engineer 10,000.00 

Engineers Irrigation Districts, 5@$5,000. 25,000.00 



Premium 


Rate 
per M. 




per 

Annum 


per 

Annum 


Remarks 


$2,500.00 


$2.50 


• 


50.00 


5.00 




75.00 


2.50 




25.00 


2.50 




75.00 


2.50 




50.00 


2.50 




37.50 


2.50 




20.00 


2.00 




60.00 


2.00 


Optional with State 
Auditor. 


25.00 


2.50 




25.00 


2.50 




50.00 


2.50 




20.00 


4.00 




40.00 


4.00 




12.50 


2.50 




12.50 


2.50 




40.00 


4.00 




25.00 


2.50 




400.00 


4.00 




20.00 


4.00 




25.00 


2.50 




12.50 


2.50 




12.50 


2.50 




12.50 


2.50 


Minimum charge, $2.50 
each. 



25.00 
62.50 



2.50 
2.50 



Tilt 

STATE TEACHERS 

COLLEGE Of COLORADO 

Greetey, Cc'<>. 



12 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



'remium 
per 

Annum 


Rate 

per M. 

per 

Annum 


Remarks 


20.00 


4.00 




50.00 


2.50 




50.00 


2.50 





40.00 

20.00 
12.50 

SO. 00 



4.00 

4.00 
2.50 

4.00 



AMOUNT AND PREMIUMS OF BONDS REQUIRED BY LAW OF STATE OFFICIALS- 

Continued. 



Amount 
of 

Officer of Bond 

Superintendent State Insane Asylum 5,000.00 

Commissioner of Mines 20,000.00 

Inspectors of Mines, 4@$5,000 20,000.00 

Superintendent State Industrial School 

for Boys 10,000.00 

Superintendent State Industrial School 

for Girls 5,000.00 

Clerk, Commission of Mines 5.000.00 

Treasurer of Board, School for Mute 

and Blind 20,000.00 

Treasurer of Board of Control, Industrial 

Workshop for the Blind 10,000.00 

Treasurer Orphans' Home 20,000.00 

Inspector of Oil 10,000.00 

Deputy Inspector of Oil 5,000.00 

Members Board of Commissioners, State 

Penitentiary, 3@$5,000 15,000.00 

Secretary State Board of Pharmacy 1,000.00 

Treasurer State Board of Pharmacy 1,000.00 

Register State Board of Land Com 50,000.00 

Deputy State Board of Land Com 30,000.00 

Superintendent Mineral Department of 

Land Com 10,000.00 

Treasurer Board of Trustees, School of 

Mines 100,000.00 

Commissioners of Soldiers' and Sailors' 

Home, 3@$5,000 15,000.00 

Treasurer of Soldiers' Home 5,000.00 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 5,000.00 

Treasurer Board of Trustees, State 

Normal School 25,000.00 

Secretary Board of Trustees, State 

Normal School 5,000.00 

Treasurer State University 25,000.00 

Deputy of Statistics, Bureau of Labor.. 5,000.00 

Adjutant General 5,000.00 

Inspector General 5,000.00 

Members Board of Barber Examiners, 

3@$2,500 7,500.00 

Treasurer State Board of Examining 

Architects 2,000.00 

District Attorneys of State, 13@$5,000.... 65,000.00 

Demit v District Attorneys of State, 

13r??$5,000 65,000.00 

State License Inspectors, 5(f)$5,000 25,000.00 



40.00 


4.00 


SO. 00 


4.00 


25.00 


2.50 


12.50 


2.50 


37.50 


2.50 


2.50 


2.50 


4.00 


4.00 


125.00 


2.50 


75.00 


2.50 


25.00 


2.50 


400.00 


4.00 


30.00 


2.00 


20.00. 


4.00 


12.50 


2.50 


100.00 


4.00 


12.r.0 


2.50 


100.00 


4.00 


12.50 


2.50 


20.00 


4.00 


20.00 


4.00 


30.00 


4.00 


5.00 


2.50 


162.50 


2.50 


162.50 




02.50 


2.50 


$5,661.50 





Optional with Board. 
Optional with Board. 

Optional with Board. 
Optional with Board. 



Not less than $25,000. 



Fixed by Superintendent 
Public Instruction. 

Not less than $5,000. 



Optional with Com- 
mander in Chief. 



Estimate only as to the 
number of Deputies. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 13 

REPORT OF STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE. 



Examination from December 1, 1910, to November 30, 1012. 

APPLICATION OF CASH RECEIPTS 

Receipts— 

1911 1912 

Bond registration fees $ 137.90 $ 128.80 $ 260.70 

Refunds freight 50.75 50.75 

Disbursements- 
Raid State Treasurer 188.65 128.80 $ 317.45 



$ 317.45 $ 317.45 

STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS, AND REVENUE COLLECTED OR COLLECTIBLE 

TO SATISFY SAME, 1911 AND 1912 

Appropriations of the first class (Schedule "A") SI. 790,550.57 

Appropriations of the second class (Schedule "B") 969,200.00 

Appropriations of the third class (Schedule "C") 729,017.50 

Appropriations of the fourth class (Schedule "D") 175,250.00 

Appropriations of all other classes (Schedule "E") 186,565.27 



Total appropriations, etc., 1911 and 1912 $3,800,5S3.34 

(Not including appropriations from the Internal Improvement, 
Capitol Building, and Capitol Building Maintenance Funds.) 

LESS SAVINGS, APPROPRIATIONS UNPAID AND APPROPRIA- 
TIONS CANCELED, ETC. 

Savings— Unused balances, officers' salary and expense, first class $ 162,709.13 

First class appropriations canceled 127,256.42 

Savings — Unused balances on appropriations for penal institutions, 

second class 1,762.47 

Second class appropriations canceled 15,000.00 

Amount of appropriations canceled or unpaid, account lack of funds, 

third class 346,628.70 

Amount of appropriations unpaid, account lack of funds, fourth class... 175,250.00 
Amount of appropriations unpaid, account lack of funds, all other 

classes 186, 565.27 



Total 1,015, 171.99 



Total amount of appropriations satisfied or to be satisfied $2,835,411.35 



14 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REVENUE COLLECTED OR COLLECTIBLE 

Balance, surplus fund, Dec. 1, 1910 $ 51,021.85 

Receipts, 1911 taxes collected 674,769.17 

Receipts, all other sources, 1911 Schedule F 632,520.59 

Receipts, all other sources, 1912 Schedule F 634,117.37 

$1,992,428.98 

Taxes collectible 1909 12.S06.19 

Taxes collectible 1910 33,546.69 

Taxes collectible 1911 74,375.23 

Taxes collectible 1912 726,193.66 

Inheritance tax 38,454.S7 

885,376.64 
Surplus 42, 394 . 27 



$2,877,805.62 $2,877,805.62 

SCHEDULE A. 

APPROPRIATIONS OF FIRST CLASS, STATUTORY, ETC. 
FIRST CLASS 

Long Bill No. 561 and items in Short Bill not included in Long $1,569,887.85 

H. B. 211 Tax Commission $ 40,000.00 

H. B. 452 Factory Inspection 20,200.00 

H. B. 192 Geological Survey 20,570.00 

H. B. 532 State Entomologist, Apiary 3,500.00 

H. B. 50 State Entomologist, Pest 4,000.00 

H. B. 116 Examination School Children 1,000.00 

H. B. 305 Legislative Committee 50,000.00 

S. B. 528 Adult Blind 3,000.00 142,270.00 



$1,712,157.85 



STATUTORY APPROPRIATIONS 

Interest on warrants, 1911, estimated $ 30,000.00 

Interest on warrants, 1912, estimated 30,000.00 

Assessors' bonds, 1911 and 1912, estimated 4,614.36 

Assessors' fund, 1911 and 1912 7,862.68 

Land Board Registers' Salary 330.64 

Coal Mine Examiners 438.20 

Coal Mine Inspectors' Mileage 535.59 

State Entomologist 3,211.25 76,992.72 



$1,7S9,150.57 



SPECIAL INCREASE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

Boiler Inspector $ 400.00 

Board of Horticulture 1,000.00 1,400.00 



Total first class and statutory appropriations $1,790,550.57 



AUDITOR OF STATIC OF COLORADO. 15 

SCHEDULE B. 

APPROPRIATIONS 
SECOND CLASS 

COLORADO STATE PENITENTIARY 

Page S. L. 

H. B. 51 Maintenance and Incidental Expense $ 35,000.00 

Penitentiary Parole Officer 1,000.00 

H. B. 262 Support and Maintenace 190,000.00 

Improvements and Repairs 6,000.00 

Parole Officer 5,000.00 

S. B. 561 Denver and Fort Collins Road (Convict Labor) 15,000.00 

Total Penitentiary Appropriation ? 252,000.00 

COLORADO STATE REFORMATORY 

H. B. 109 Maintenance and Incidental Expense $ 16,000.00 

H. B. 271 Maintenance 79,000.00 

Stable 5, 000.00 

Total Reformatory Appropriation $ 100,000.00 

COLORADO STATE INSANE ASYLUM 

H. B. 328 Maintenance and Incidental Expense $ 40,000.00 

S. B. 152 Maintenance 120,000.00 

Purchase of Lots, etc 35,000.00 

Library, etc 1,500.00 

Improvements and Repairs 5,000.00 

Total Insane Asylum Appropriation $ 201,500.00 

STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS 

S. B. 12 Maintenance and Support $ 20,000.00 

S. B. 13 Maintenace and Support 155,000.00 

Total Boys' Industrial School Appropriation $ 175,000.00 

STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 

S. B. 60 Maintenance $ 35,000.00 

Root Cellar 1,000.00 

Total Girls' Industrial School Appropriation $ 36,000.00 

STATE HOME FOR DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

S. B. 96 Maintenance and Improvements $ 14,000.00 

S. B. 97 Maintenance 71,000.00 

Improvements 2,700.00 

Total Dependent Children's Home Appropriation $ 87,700.00 



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STATE HOME AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR MENTAL DEFECTIVES 

S. B. 115 Maintenance $ 30,000.00 

Improvements and Water 60,000.00 

Heating Plant 25,000.00 

Completing Third Floor of Building 2,000.00 

Total Mental Defectives Appropriation $ 117,000.00 



Grand Total of the Above Appropriations $ 969,200.00 

SCHEDULE C. 

APPROPRIATIONS 
THIRD CLASS. 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 
Page 

S. L. 

S. B. 129 Heating Plant, Improvements, Purchase of Land, Experi- 
mental Work, Deficiency of 1909, Farmers' Institute, etc $ 140,000.00 

S. B. 261 Creating office of State Forester 10,000.00 

S. B. 1 Purchase and Equipment of School of Agriculture at Ft. 

Lewis, La Plata County 30,000.00 

Maintenance of same, 1911 and 1912 30,000.00 

H. B. 365 Establishing School of Horticulture and Forestry at Grand 
Junction Indian School in Mesa County; equipping, organiz- 
ing and maintenance (one-half each) 10,010.00 

Total Agricultural Colleges' appropriations $ 220,000.00 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

H. B. 32 Maintenance $ 35,000.00 

Heating Plant 25,000.00 

Equipping Guggenheim Building 7,500.00 

Equipping Domestic Science Building 15,000.00 

Total State Normal School appropriation $ 82,500.00 

GUNNISON NORMAL SCHOOL. 

H. B. 33 Maintenance $ 25,000.00 

Furnishing 5,000.00 

Total Gunnison Normal School appropriation $ 30,000.00 

H. B. 85 Teachers' Normal School Districts 5,000.00 

Total appropriation for Normal Schools $ 117,500.00 

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO. 

S. B. 248 Additional support $ 60,000.00 

S. B. 227 Completion of building (loan) 90,000.00 

Total University of Colorado appropriation $ 150,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 17 

SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND. 

S. B. 3 Boys' Building $ 60,000.00 

Improvements 1, 400.00 

Total Deaf and Blind School appropriation $ 61,400.00 

INDUSTRIAL WORKSHOP FOR THE BLIND. 

H. B. 465 Maintenance $ 15,000.00 

Land and buildings 15,000.00 

Purchase of machinery 2,000.00 

Total Workshop for Blind appropriation $ 32,000.00 

SCHOOL OF MINES. 
S. B. 81 Ore Dressing and Metallurgical Plant $ 50,000.00 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME. 
H. B. 92 Maintenance $ 75,000.00 

Cement Root Cellar 2,500.00 

H. B. 291 Construction and furnishing building for dependent wives of 

Soldiers and Sailors 15,000.00 

Total Soldiers' and Sailors' appropriation $ 92,500.00 

FREE TRAVELING LIBRARY. 

S. B. 195 Maintenance $ 600.00 

S. B. 215 Maintenance 3,400.00 

Total Free Traveling Library appropriation $ 4,000.00 



Grand total of above appropriations $ 727,400.00 

SCHEDULE D. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

FOURTH CLASS. 
Page 

S. L. 

H. B. 203 For State Fair at Pueblo: 

State Board of Agriculture $12,000.00 

State Board of Horticulture 8,000.00 

$ 20,000.00 
H. B. 124 Promote Agriculture and Horticulture Industry and Live 

Stock Industry 50, OC0. 00 

H. B. 297 Display, Dry Farming Congress 10,000.00 

S. B. 473 Completion of Residence — Glenwood Hatchery 250.00 

S. B. 310 Expenses Employers' and Workmens' Liability Commission.. 1,000.00 

H. B. 143 State Board of Immigration 24,000.60 

H. B. 270 Veterinary Surgeon and Inspector 10,000.00 

S. B. 394 Live Stock Breeding ($5,000.00 annually) 10,000.00 

H. B. 200 State Road Fund ($25,000.00 annually) 50,000.00 

Total Fourth Class appropriations $ 175,250.00 



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SCHEDULE E. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

FIFTH CLASS AND UNCLASSIFIED APPROPRIATIONS. 
Page 
S. L. 

H. B. 136 To pay Outstanding Indebtedness for Incidental Expenses 
Executive and Judicial Departments for the years 1907 and 

190S $ 2, 537.15 

S. B. 427 Aid in Construction West Colfax Avenue Viaduct 50,000.00 

H. B. 190 Relief of Swedish Printing Company 82.40 

H. B. 152 Relief of E. J. Wittelshoper 320.40 

H. B. 392 Wagon Road— Gunnison County 1,150.00 

II. B. 425 "Circle Highway" 25,000.00 

H. B. 301 History of "West, Southwest and Alaska 132.00 

II. B. 326 Relief of James S. Rush 525.65 

II. B. 343 Wagon Road— Hotchkiss, Delta County 1,400.00 

H. B. 365 Relief of Peter Jennings 2,200.00 

S. B. 496 San Juan— La Plata County Road 12,000.00 

S. B. 332 Change and straighten channel Animas River 20,000.00 

S. B. 197 San Miguel County Road 2,500.00 

S. B. 54 Delta-Gunnison County Road 5,000.00 

S. B. 353 Relief of E. A. Strange 447.20 

S. B. 450 Relief of Sayre-Newton Lumber Co 1,279.47 

S. B. 139 Relief of Tony Mangini 600.00 

S. B. 429 Redemption of School Lands 21,256.30 

S. B. 152 Purchase of Farm— Insane Asylum 40,000.00 

S. B. 521 Relief of Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet and Irrigation Land 

Company 134.70 

Total Fifth Class appropriations $ 186,565.21 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 10 

SCHEDULE F. 

REVENUE RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES OTHER THAN TAX LEVY 

AND ESTIMATED TAX COLLECTIBLE FOR THE BIENNIAL PERIOD 

AVAILABLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS PAID FROM THE GENERAL REVENUE YEARS 

1911 AND 1912. 



Source of Revenue 

Secretary of State $ 172,182.54 

Insurance Department 201,750.00 

State Treasurer, licenses 

State Treasurer, interest on deposits 

Inheritance Tax 

State Engineer 

Boiler Inspector 

Bank Examiner 

Board of Health 

State Auditor (Bond Registration, etc. ) 

State Auditor (Building and Loan Inspector) 

Dairy Commissioner 

Labor Commissioner 

Refund Court Fees 

Transfer from Surplus Fund 

Transfer from Casual Deficiency, Bonds, Sinking Funds 

Transfer from Capitol Building Sinking Fund 

Transfer from Insurrection Fund 

Transfer from Insurrection Bonds, Sinking Fund 

Transfer from Outstanding Stock Certificates 

Miscellaneous collections 

Interest on Delinquent Taxes 

Tax Levy 113/15 mill on $422,449,851.00 $788,573.05 

Less H uncollectible 39,428. Go 



Receipts 


Receipts 




1911 


1912 


Total 


172,182.54 


$ 148,075.28 


% 320,257.82 


201,750.00 


205,540.05 


407,290.05 


61,051.00 


58,225.50 


119,276.50 


24,473.59 


35,584.06 


60,057.65 


150,753.07 


42,985.65 


193,738.72 


11,583.78 


13,457.91 


25,041.69 


7,050.00 


7,960.00 


15,610.00 


6,796.50 


7,060.00 


13,856.50 


206.00 


130.00 


336.00 


144.90 


128.80 


273.70 


1,586.50 


1,580.75 


3,167.25 


570.00 


893.00 


1,463.00 


211.52 


14.47 


225.99 


157.40 




157.40 


42,068.66 


99,363.82 


141,432.48 


161.17 




161.17 


83.61 




83.61 


1,881.35 




1,881.35 


116.27 




116.27 


114.58 




114.58 




51.46 


51.46 




13,066.62 


13,066.62 



749,144.40 749,144.40 



Tax Levy 117/21 mill on $422,439,525.00 $764,414.38 

Less 54 uncollectible 38,220.72 



726,193.66 726,193.66 



Totals $1, 432, 6S6.S4 $1. 360, 311.03 $2, 792, 997. ST 



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STATEMENT SHOWING ESTIMATED FLOATING DEBT OF STATE, 
NOVEMBER 30, 1912. 

Outstanding Interest-Bearing Warrants — 

Warrant issue 1S87 to 1910, inclusive $ 872,979.02 

Warrant issue of 1911 52, 343.33 

Warrant issue of 1912 1, 024, 957.64 

Outstanding Capito! Building Warrants 59,669.19 

Outstanding interest-bearing certificates of indebtedness and interest 

on same 19,600.00 

Estimated interest on outstanding warrants 1,115,000.00 

Unpaid appropriation Colfax Viaduct 50,000.00 

Interest on Funding Bonds, Series 1910 126,000.00 

Gross floating debt $3, 320, 549.18 

Bonded indebtedness, Leadville riots 223,000.00 

Insurrection bonded indebtedness, series 1909 921,400.00 

Gross floating and bonded indebtedness of State $4,464,949.18 

Less assets of State 1,574,404.67 



Net floating and bonded indebtedness of State $2,890,544.51 

ASSETS. 

NOVEMBER 30, 1912. 

Cash in Treasury — 

General revenue, 1910 $ 114,208.00 

General revenue, 1911 35,306.33 

General revenue, 1912 173,659.54 

General revenue, 1913 1,075.53 

Capitol Building . 14,942.48 

Interest on Funding Bonds, Series 1910 124,497.34 

Cash in treasury for above funds $ 463, 689. 23 

Uncollected revenue as follows— 

General Revenue 1911 and prior $ 378,219.45 

General Revenue 1912 764, 414. 3S 

Capitol Building Tax 1911 and prior 22,833.83 

Capitol Building Tax 1912 210,837.55 

Capitol Building building sinking fund 15,873.93 

Casual Deficiency bond sinking fund, 1911 and prior 3,052.83 

Insurrection bond sinking fund, 1911 and prior 2,195.02 

Total gross uncollected tax $1,397,420.99 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 21 

Deduct as follows — 

Less 80 per cent revenue 1911 and prior uncollectible $ 302,570.56 

Less 5 per cent revenue 1912 uncollectible 38, 220.72 

Less 50 per cent Capitol Building Tax 1911 and prior uncollectible 11,416.91 

Less 5 per cent Capitol Building Tax 1912 uncollectible 10,541.88 

Less 90 per cent Capitol Building bonds sinking fund uncollectible... 14,286.54 
Less 50 per cent Casual Deficiency Bonds, sinking fund 1911 and 

prior uncollectible 1,576.42 

Less 50 per cent Insurrection bonds, sinking fund 1911 and prior 

uncollectible 1, 097.51 



Less total uncollectible $ 379,715.54 

1,017,711.45 
Miscellaneous items due State 93,003.99 



Total assets of State $1,.j74,404.67 

ESTIMATED GENERAL REVENUE FUND INCOME. 
FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1913 AND 1914. 

Assessed valuation for tax purposes, year 1613 $425,000,000.00 

Assessed valuation for tax purposes, year 1914 425,000,000.00 



Tax of 117-21 mills on one dollar on $850,000,000.00 $1,538,095.00 

Less 5 per cent uncollectible 7ii.904.75 



$850,000,000.00 



1,401,190.25 



Fees and taxes, Secretary of State (two years) $ 325,000.00 

Fees and taxes, Insurance Department (two years) 405,000.00 

Fees and licenses, State Treasurer (two years) 120,000.00 

Interest on deposits (two years) 50,000.00 

Inheritable tax (two years) 200,000.00 

Fees, State Engineer (two years) 20,000.00 

Fees, Boiler Inspector (two years) 15,000.00 

Fees, Bank Examiner (two years) 14,000.00 

Fees, Building and Loan Inspector (two years) 3,500.00 

Fees, Dairy Commissioner (two years) 1,500.00 

Fees, Oil Inspector (two years) 23,000.00 

Interest on delinquent taxes (two years) 12,000.00 

Receipts from all other sources (two years) 500.00 



1,195,500.00 



Total $ 2,656,690.25 

EXPLANITORY NOTE— This income includes only such part of the 4 mill state tax levy 
as may properly apply in defraying the salary and expense of the Executive, Judicial and 
Legislative Departments, penal institutions, miscellaneous appropriations, etc. It does not 
include that part of the tax levy specifically set aside for the maintenance of the Educational 
Institutions, Insane Asylum, Capitol Building, Stock Inspection, Interest on Funding Bonds, 
etc. 

The income of this General Fund is the revenue from all sources which can be appro- 
priated by the Legislature. 

The attention of members of the Legislature is called to the total estimated income in 
the fund, as appropriations in excess of this figure will in all probability not be satisfied. 
This is mentioned, to avoid, if possible, the dissatisfaction arising through overappropriating. 



22 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ESTIMATED NECESSARY EXPENDITURES 
MAINTENANCE ONLY 

FROM THE GENERAL REVENUE FOR THE YEARS 1913 AND 1914. 
Long Appropriation Bill, salaries and expenses, etc., 1911 and 1912— 

Estimated 
i Amounts 

Necessary 

Governors office $ 26,400.00 

Lieutenant Governor 3,000.00 

Secretary of State 70,300.00 

Deputy Labor Commissioner 11,400.00 

Free Employment Bureau 16,200.00 

Printing Commissioner 5, 000. 00 

Auditor of State 31,600.00 

State Treasurer 54,750.00 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 20, 400. 00 

Superintendent of Public Instruction (maintenance State Library) 1,000.00 

Engineer of State 74,325.00 

Coal Mine Inspector 23,400.00 

Land Board, State 54,200.00 

Bureau of Mines 32,400.00 

Boiler Inspector 11,000.00 

Board of Equalization 6,600.00 

Board of Charities and Corrections 17,600.00 

Bank Commissioner 20,850.00 

Game and Fish Commission 65,200.00 

Health Board 52,900.00 

Public Examiner 62, 200.00 

Historical and Natural History Society 8,200.00 

Horticulture, Board of 6,000.00 

Entomologist, apiary inspection (see statutory appropriation below). 1,000.00 

Bureau of Child and Animal Protection 15,600.00 

Dairy Commissioner 8,500.00 

Meat Inspector 6,000.00 

Civil Service Commission 11,600.00 

Railroad Commission 28,400.00 

Attorney General's Department 45,200.00 

Highway Commission 17,200.00 

Board of Immigration 17,800.00 

Geological Survey 2,500.00 

Oil Inspector 12,800.00 

Supreme Court 117,600.00 

Court of Appeals 78,000.00 

District Judges 168,000.00 

District Attorneys 20,800.00 

Law Examiners, Board of 1,500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 23 

Tax Commission (if continued, see Tax Commission report) 40,000.00 

Factory Inspection 20,200.00 

Adult Blind, teacher of 3,000.00 

Examination of school children 1,000.00 

Constitutional amendments, bills initiated and referred 120,000.00 

Printing annual and biennial reports 30,000.00 

Railroad fare, all departments, if passes discontinued 30,000.00 

Incidental expense, executive and judicial departments 70,000.00 



$1,541,625.00 



Legislative Department- 
Salaries and expense, members, clerks, etc $ 150,000.00 

Printing and printing supplies 27,500.00 

Printing House and Senate Journals 6,000.00 

Printing Session Laws 3,000.00 

Speaker of House, official or semi-official purposes 500.00 

Compiling House and Senate Journals 3,000.00 

Supplies and incidental expense, General Assembly 12,500.00 



202,500.00 



Total Long Bill $1,744,126.00 

Less estimated savings, all departments 150,000.00 



Estimate, net to satisfy Long Bill $1,594,125.00 

Statutory Appropriations: 

Interest on warrants $ 60,000.00 

State Entomologist S,000.00 

Assessor's bonds 6,200.00 

74,200.00 



Total estimated expense, legislative, judicial and executive 

departments $1, 668, 325.00 



24 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Penal Institutions — 

Estimated Amount 

Received Estimated 
Estimated Total from Levy, Amount 
Cost Main- Cash and Necessary to 
tenance Earnings, etc. Appropriate 
Penal Institutions- 
Industrial School for Boys $ 190,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 175,000.00 

♦Industrial School for Girls 70,000.00 40,000.00 15,000.00 

Penitentiary 270,000.00 35,000.00 235,000.00 

Reformatory 115,000.00 5,000.00 110,000.00 

Dependent Children's Home 87,500.00 2,500.00 85,000.00 

Mental Defectives' Home 90,000.00 90,000.00 

Insane Asylum 340,000.00 160,000.00 180,000.30 



Educational and Charitable Institutions- 
Agricultural College $ 340,000.00 $ 340,000.00 

Normal School, State 260,000.00 200,000.00 60,000.00 

Normal School, Gunnison 25,000.00 2,500.00 22,500.00 

University of Colorado 545,000.00 445,000.00 100,000.00 

School of Mines 250,000.00 250,000.00 

School for Mute and Blind 170,000.00 170,000.00 

Industrial Workshop for the Blind 30,000.00 20,000.00 10,000.00 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 130,000.00 60,000.00 70,000.00 

Free Traveling Library 2,500.00 2,500.00 



$ 890,000.09 



265,000.00 



Grand total $2, 823, 325. 00 



* Girls School had on November 30, 1912, $20,870.48 in their Cash Fund. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. -O 



OFFICE OF STATE TREASURER 



ExaminatioD From December 1, 1910, to November 30, 1012' 

CONDENSED STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE BIENNIAL 
PERIOD BEGINNING DECEMBER 1, 1910, ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1912. 

RECEIPTS. 
As per Schedule "A" (detailed statement). 

General revenue $2, 995, 506. 35 

State institutions of the second class 253,629.08 

State educational and charitable institutions 992,405.05 

State Boards and Bureaus 102,995.17 

Military Board 157,873.99 

Stock Inspection Board 52,256.10 

State Land Board 1,636,490.24 

Miscellaneous . ... 793,674.75 

Gross receipts , $ 6, 984, 830.73 

Cash and investment securities on hand December 1, 1910 3,309,320.04 



Total $10, 294,151.27 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

As per Schedule "B" (detailed statement.) 

General revenue $3, 117, 675.01 

State institutions of the second class 269,852.36 

State Educational and Charitable Institutions 1,014,452.66 

State Boards and Bureaus 86,267.59 

Military Board 159,370.84 

Stock Inspection Board 52,651.45 

State Land Board 920,852.04 

Miscellaneous 648, 704.43 

Total expenditures $6,269,826.38 

Plus outstanding warrants December 1, 1910 1,892,428.85 



$8,162,255.23 
Deduct outstanding warrants November 30, 1912 2,032,299.05 



Cash disbursements $6,129,956.18 

Cash and investment securities on hand November 30, 1912 4,164,195.09 



Total $10, 294, 151. 27 



26 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SCHEDULE "A." 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF STATE TREASURER'S RECEIPTS FOR THE BIENNIAL 
PERIOD BEGINNING DECEMBER 1, 1910, ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1912. 

RECEIPTS. 

General Revenue- 
Tax levy, County Treasurers (portion of 4 mill levy for General 

Revenue Income Fund) ?1,517,856.18 

Auditor'of State, fees of office 273.70 

Auditor of State, refunds 105.75 

Building and loan inspection 3,167.25 

Inheritance Tax 413, 147. 91 

Secretary of State, fees of office 244.72S.34 

Secretary of State, fiat tax 102,049.76 

Liquor licenses 116,037.50 

Liquor licenses, transfers 572.50 

License fees received from county clerks 1,566.50 

Detective licenses 1,100.00 

Interest on deposits 88,069.88 

Insurance Commissioner 457,023.86 

Bank Commissioner 13,856.50 

Boiler Inspection 15,695.00 

Board of Health 336.00 

Board of Accountancy 3.56 

Commissioner of Mines, sale of reports 9.50 

Dairy Commissioner, fees of office 1,463.00 

Deputy Labor Commissioner 14.47 

Engineer of State 14,943.11 

Governor, refund for stationery, personal use 30.00 

Attorney General, flat tax, Cowie 2,821.21 

Attorney General, court costs and fees refund 591.40 

Free Employment Bureau 43.47 

$2,995,506.35 
State Institutions of the Second Class- 
Dependent Children's Home, interest on bond $ 50.00 

Dependent Children's Home, sale of product 2,638.76 

2,688.76 

Girls' Industrial School, tuition, etc 39,135.10 

Industrial School for Boys, sale of product 14,567.40 

Penitentiary convict labor 34, 57S.25 

Reformatory sale of product, etc 4,727.31 

Insane Asylum, 1-5 mill levy $157,027.13 

Insane Asylum, sale of product 905.13 

157,932.26 

253,629.08 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 27 

State Educational and Charitable Institutions — 

Agricultural College, 1-5 mill levy $ 156,769.29 

Mute and Blind School, 1-5 mill levy 156,769.53 

Normal School, 1-5 mill levy 156,768.62 

School of Mines, 1-5 mill levy 156,769.32 

University, 2-5 mill levy 313,490.30 

State Normal Institute, County Superintendent's examination fees... 7,017.95 

School for Mental Defectives 237.90 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, per capita, apportionment United States 

government 44, 5S2.11 



State Boards and Bureaus — 

Board of Architects $ 3,750.00 

Board of Immigration 364.12 

Board of Medical Examiners, examination fees 7,625.00 

Board of Nurse Examiners, examination fees 3,464.00 

Civil Service Commissioner, examination fees 292.00 

Clerk of Supreme Court, court costs and fees 18,229.75 

Factory Inspection 6,377.00 

Game and Fish Commissioner, license, etc 53,729.84 

State Engineer 9,163.46 

Military Board, military polls, received from Adjutant General 157, S73.99 

Stock Inspection Board, 1-15 mill levy 52,-56.10 



State Land Board — 

Agricultural College land. Permanent $ 19.S00.S0 

Agricultural College land, Income 19,971.38 

Internal Improvement land, Permanent 187,951.39 

Internal Improvement land, Income 106,746.89 

Public School land, Permanent 577,571.07 

Public School land, Income 682,189.61 

Public Building land, Permanent 1,031.60 

Public Building land, Income 1,142.18 

Penitentiary land, Permanent 814.74 

Penitentiary land, Income 1,721.36 

University land, Permanent 4,415.77 

University land, Income 3,493.20 

University land, Income Refund 701.86 

Desert land 415.88 

Saline Land Income , 73.90 

Mineral land survey 130.00 

Land Commissioners' cash 28,318.61 



1192,405.05 



102,995.17 



210,130.09 



1,636,490.24 



28 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Miscellaneous — 

Interest on Public Land Investments — 

Agricultural College Land Income 4,517.21 

Public School Land Income 78.543.1U 

U. S. Government Forest Reserve apportionment 177,054.73 

Capitol Building and Interest on Capitol Building Bonds, V2 mill levy. 391,558.90 

Capitol Building and Interest, incidental receipts 386.97 

Partition of realty ». 95.53 

Brand Department, surplus fees 215.17 

Capitol Building Bond, sinking 171.67 

Insurrection Bonds, sinking 1,142.89 

Casual Deficiency Bonds, sinking 1,534.93 

Interest on Insurrection Bonds ' 78,090.93 

Interest on Funding Bonds, 1910 60,330.72 

Spanish-American War 1.41 

Ute War Debt .53 



$ 793,674.75 



Gross receipts $6,984,830.73 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 29 

SCHEDULE "B." 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF STATE TREASURER'S DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE 
BIENNIAL PERIOD BEGINNING DECEMBER 1, 1910, ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1912. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
General Revenue — 

Auditor of State Department $ 27,674.33 

Attorney General Department 43,174. 83 

Agricultural College 75, 001). 00 

Agricultural School, Grand Junction 5,000.00 

Building and Loan Inspection 4,413.30 

Bank Commissioner 18,038.30 

Bureau of Mines 28,060.04 

Board of Law Examiners 1,339.15 

Board of Health 46,569.19 

Board of Charities and Corrections 14,611.15 

Board of Immigration 16,717.14 

Board of Child and Animal Protection 15,447.40 

Board of Land Commissioners 54,860.79 

Board of Examiners of Coal Mine Inspectors 438.20 

Bee Inspection 1,986.08 

Boiler Inspection 10.S07.74 

Civil Service Commission 1,000.00 

County Assessors, Mileage $7,862.68 

County Assessors, Premium on Bonds 4,679.11 12,541.79 

Court of Appeals 47,235.54 

Coal Mine Inspection 22,417.80 

Coal Mine Inspectors, mileage 535.59 

Twenty-one District Judges 168,000.00 

Thirteen District Attorneys 20,779.99 

Deputy Labor Commissioner 10,687.81 

Dairy Commissioner 12,003.87 

Dependent Children's Home 87,666.26 

Denver Fish Hatchery 9,379.79 

Executive Department 26,448.22 

Equalization Board 5,125.00 

Engineer of State 71,144.65 

Factory Inspection 11,890.99 

Free Employment Bureau 13,200.00 

Fish and Game Commissioner 47,320.73 

Fish Hatcheries ._ 15,771.82 

Fort Lewis School 30,000.00 

General Incidental Expense 64,787.13 

Geological Survey 29,988.15 

Glenwood Springs Hatchery Improvements 1,999.98 

Horticultural Board 6,643.46 

Historical and Natural History Society 8,073.29 



30 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Highway Commissioners 28,705.68 

Insurance Department 50,043.95 

Inheritance Tax, Appraisers, etc 14,095.74 

Insane Asylum 202, 955.83 

Industrial School for Boys 174,960.00 

Industrial School for Girls 35,805.48 

Interest on Warrants, Rev $58,926.35 

Interest on "Warrants. Rev 8,930.21 67,856.56 

Legislative 185, 647. 34 

Meat Inspection 5,074.80 

Mute and Blind School 32,317.50 

Normal School, Greeley 41,250.00 

Normal School, Gunnison 15,000.00 

Normal School Building, Gunnison 14,236.25 

Public Examiner's Department 55,722.86 

Printing Commissioner 5,000.00 

Penitentiary 231, 631.03 

Parole Officer 5,625.81 

Pest Inspection 2,784.88 

Physical Examination of Children 914.00 

Printing 26, 399.06 

Reformatory 101,507.86 

Railroad Commission 25,257.10 

Secretary of State's Department 70,258.92 

Superintendent of Public Instruction Department 19,709.67 

Supreme Court Department 118,370.55 

State Library 919.09 

School of Mines 25,000.00 

State Entomologist 4,481.73 

School for Mental Defectives 165,921.33 

State Fair Boards '. 3,671.25 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 64,818.48 

State Treasurer's Department 44,512.74 

Special Appropriations 61.575.33 

Teacher of Adult Blind 1,633.44 

Traveling Library 1,997.19 

Tax Commission 9,341.42 

I'niversity of Colorado 75,000.00 

Workshop for Blind 8,372.04 

Western Federation of Miners 30,520.00 

State Institutions of Second Class- 
Dependent Children's Home 2,390.37 

Girls' Industrial School 35,136.84 

Industrial School for Boys 9,352.41 

Insane Asylum 173,487.91 

Penitentiary Convict Labor 41,361.79 

Reformatory 8,123.04 



3,117,675.01 



269,852.38 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 31 
State Educational and Charitable Institutions- 
Agricultural College 160, 073.31 

Mute and Blind School 158,004.71 

Normal School, Greeley 101,071.34 

School of Mines 157,281.03 

State Normal Institute 7,017.79 

University of Colorado 318,087.78 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 52.S56.10 



State Boards and Bureaus — 

Board of Immigration 924.44 

Board of Medical Examiners 7, 447. 16 

Board of Nurse Examiners 2,747.29 

Civil Service Commission 352.65 

Engineer of State 7,081.26 

Factory Inspector 7,193.9S 

Game and Fish Commissioner 57,778.66 

Supreme Court Library 2,752.15 



Military Board 159, 370.84 

Stock Inspection Board 52,651.45 



State Land Board — 

Agricultural College Land Income 24,735.60 

Public School Land, Permanent 28.00 

Public School Land Income 753,111.46 

Public School Land Emergency 3,675.90 

Internal Improvement Income 765.50 

Desert Land 6,553.34 

University Land Permanent 1,060.52 

University Land Income 3.31S.77 

Land Commissioner's Cash 37,602.95 

Land Commissioner's Unapplied Cash 90,000.00 



1,014,452.66 



86,267.59 



212,022.29 



920,852.04 



32 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Miscellaneous — 

County Treasurer's Forest Reserve Apportionment 102, 

County Roads and Bridges 10G, 

Capitol Building and Grounds 141, 

Museum Building 168, 

Tunnel and Machinery, Museum Building 16, 

Casual Deficiency Bonds 50, 

Casual Deficiency Certificates 1, 

Insurrection Bonds 

Interest on Insurrection Bonds 61 

Spanish-American War 

Total Expenditures 



684.40 
267.97 
962.96 
238.88 
243.00 
000.00 
092.72 
100.00 
922.50 
192.00 



648,704.43 



$6,269,826.38 



CUSTODY OF FUNDS 

AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER 30, 1912. 

American National Bank, Alamosa $ 20,000.00 

Alamosa National Bank, Alamosa 10,000.00 

Aspen State Bank, Aspen 10,000.00 

Broadway Bank, Denver 10,000.00 

Burns National Bank, Durango ' 10,000.00 

Bent County Bank, Las Animas 10,000.00 

Bank of Georgetown, Georgetown 15,000.00 

Bank of Victor, Victor 15,000.00 

City National Bank, Greeley 20,000.00 

Cripple Creek State Bank, Cripple Creek 30,000.00 

Citizens' National Bank, Glenwood Springs 10,000.00 

City Bank and Trust Co., Denver 30,000.00 

City Bank of Victor, Victor 25,000.00 

Commercial Bank & Trust Co., Ft. Collins 5,000.00 

Commercial National Bank, Salida 10,000.00 

Durango Trust Co., Durango '. . 10,000.00 

Denver Stock Yards Bank, Denver 100,000.00 

First National Bank, Sterling 10,000.00 

Ft. Collins National Bank, Ft. Collins 10,000.00 

Farmers' Bank, Timnath 5,000.00 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Rocky Ford 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Fruita 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Ft. Collins 20,000.00 

First National Bank, Cripple Creek 50, 000.00 

First National Bank, Canon City 50,000.00 

First National Bank, Berthoud 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Eagle 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Denver 886,763.60 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 33 

First National Bank, Arvada 1U,000. (X) 

First National Bank, Monte Vista 10,000.00 

First National Bank, Fort Morgan 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Idaho Springs 10, 000.00 

First National Bank, New Windsor 5, 000.00 

First National Bank, Holyoke 10,000.00 

First National Bank, Loveland 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Greeley 16,000.00 

First National Bank, Lamar 10,000.00 

First National Bank, Rocky Ford 10,000.00 

First National Bank, Delta 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Eaton 10,000.00 

First National Bank, Montrose 10,000.00 

First National Bank, Glenwood Springs 10,000.00 

First National Bank, La Jara 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Meeker 15,000.00 

First National Bank, Rifle 5,000.00 

First National Bank, Mancos 5,000.00 

Federal National Bank, Denver 10,000.00 

Fleming Brothers, Bankers, Denver 5,000.00 

Gunnison Bank & Trust Co., Gunnison 5,000.00 

Greeley National Bank, Greeley 10,000.00 

Guaranty State Bank, Walsenburg 10,000.00 

German-American Trust Co., Denver 40,000.00 

Home Savings & Trust Co., Denver 35,000.00 

Hamilton National Bank, Denver 25,000.00 

Home State Bank, Montrose '. 5,000.00 

Hibernia Bank & Trust Co., Denver 45,000.00 

Logan County National Bank, Sterling 5,000.00 

Longmont National Bank, Longmont 10,000.00 

Loveland National Bank, Loveland 20,000.00 

La Jara State Bank, La Jara 10,000.00 

Montezuma Valley National Bank, Cortez 5,000.00 

Mercantile National Bank, Pueblo 10,000.00 

Mesa County National Bank, Grand Junction 10,000.00 

Mercantile Bank & Trust Co., Boulder 5,000.00 

Milner Bank & Trust Co., Steamboat Springs 5,000.00 

Merchants' & Miners' Bank, Idaho Springs 5,000.00 

Morgan County National Bank, Fort Morgan 5,000.00 

Merchants' Bank, Denver 5,000.00 

National Bank of Wray, Wray 10,000.00 

Peoples' Home Bank, Rocky Ford 10,000.00 

Pueblo Savings & Trust Co., Pueblo 25,000.00 

Poudre Valley National Bank, Fort Collins 30,000.00 

Routt County Bank, Oak Creek 5,000.00 

Rocky Mountain National Bank, Central City 10,000.00 

Rocky Ford National Bank, Rocky Ford 10,000.00 



34 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Romeo State Bank, Romeo 5,000.00 

Silver State Bank, Denver 5,000.00 

State Bank of Austin, Austin 5,000.00 

Severance State Bank, Severance 5,000.00 

Silverton National Bank, Silverton 5,000.00 

Saguache County Bank, Saguache 10,000.00 

Union National Bank, Greeley 10,000.00 

Union Trust & Banking Co., Grand Junction 20,000.00 

Western National Bank, Pueblo 10,000.00 

Total deposited in banks 

Cash and cash items in office 

Checks for deposit 

Total cash in banks and treasury 

Investment Securities- 
Agricultural College $ 2,547.03 

Internal Improvement Permanent 28,625.90 

Internal Improvement Income 286.47 

Public School Income 2,061,095.37 

University 27,763.87 

Total cash and investments 



$2,006,763.60 

7,461.95 
29,650.90 



$2,043,876, 15 



2,120.318.64 



$1,161,195.09 



INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES FUND. 

COLLECTIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Distributed 

By Receipts from County Treasurers $ 

Transferred to General Revenue, 1912 13,066.62 

Transferred to Mute and Blind 1,400.00 

Transferred to Agricultural College Fund 1,400.00 

Transferred to School of Mines Fund 1,400.00 

Transferred to Normal School Fund 1,400.00 

Transferred to University of Colorado Fund 2,800.00 

Transferred to Insane Asylum Fund 1,400.00 

Transferred to Stock Inspection Fund 466.62 

Transferred to Capitol Building and Interest on Bonds Fund 3,500.00 

Transferred to Interest on Funding Bonds, Series 1910, Fund 1,166.62 

Transferred to Interest on Insurrection Bonds Fund 700.00 

Transferred to Interest on Insurrection Bonds, Sinking Fund 



Collected 
28,699.86 



$ 28,699. 86 $ 28,699. 



AUDITOR OK STATE OF COLORADO. 35 

GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 
1911. 

Disbursements Receipts 

By Balance, December 1, 1910 $ $ 2,149.01' 

By Receipts, Tax Levy (174,769.17 

By Receipts, Auditor of State Fees 144.90 

By Receipts, Auditor of State B. & L. Fees * 1,586.50 

By Receipts, State Treasurer Liquor License Fees 59,425.00 

By Receipts, State Treasurer License Fees 938.50 

By Receipts, State Treasurer License Transfers 387.50 

By Receipts, State Treasurer Detective License 300.00 

By Receipts, State Treasurer Interest on Deposits 24,473.59 

By Receipts, Secretary of State, fees 122,589.97 

By Receipts, Secretary of State, Flat Tax 47,443.55 

By Receipts, Insurance Department 201,750.00 

By Keceipts, Bank Commissioner 0, 796.50 

Ey Receipts, Boiler Inspector 7,650.00 

By Receipts, Dairy Commissioner 570.00 

By Receipts, Board of Health 206.00 

By Receipts, State Employment Bureau 43.47 

By Receipts, Inheritance Tax 150,753.07 

By Receipts, Refund Court Fees 157.40 

By Receipts, Transfer from Surplus 42,068.66 

By Receipts, Transfer from Gauging Fund 11,583.78 

By Receipts, Transfer Casual Deficiency Bonds S. F 161.17 

By Receipts, Transfer Capitol Building Sinking Fund 83.61 

By Receipts, Transfer Factory Inspection Fund 168.05 

By Receipts, Transfer Insurrection Fund 1,881.35 

By Receipt's, Transfer Insurrection Bonds Sinking Fund 116.27 

By Receipts, Transfer Outstanding Stock Certificates 114.58 

To Warrants Paid $1, 292, 492. 41 

To Warrants Interest Paid 28, 660.99 

To Assessors Bonds Paid 1,659.88 

To Transfer to Spanish-American War 192.00 

To Balance November 30, 1912 35,306.33 






$1,358,311.61 $1,358,311.61 



36 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 
1912. 

Disbursements Receipts 

By Balance, December 1, 1911 $ $ .70 

By Receipts, Secretary of State Fees 119,642.67 

By Receipts, Secretary of State Flat Tax 28,433.91' 

By Receipts, Auditor, Fees 128.80 

By Receipts, Auditor Building and Loan Fees 1,580.75 

By Receipts, Treasurer Liquor License 56,225.00 

By Receipts, Treasurer Liquor License Fees 613.00 

By Receipts, Treasurer License Transfers 587.60 

By Receipts, Treasurer Detective License 800.00 

By Receipts, Treasurer Interest on Deposits 35,584. 0C 

By Receipts, Insurance Department 205,540.05 

By Receipts, Bank Commissioner 7,060.00 

By Receipts, Boiler Inspector 7,960.00 

By Receipts, Dairy Commissioner 893.00 

By Receipts, Board of Health 130.00 

By Receipts, State Engineer 13,457.91 

By Receipts, Employment Agency 14.47 

By Receipts, Board of Accountancy 3.56 

By Receipts, Commissioner of Mines 9.50 

By Receipts, Attorney General 8.40 

By Receipts, Governor 30.00 

By Receipts. Inheritance Tax 42, 985.65 

By Receipts, Interest on Delinquent Tax 13,066.62 

By Receipts, Transfer from Surplus 99,363.82 

To Warrants Paid $ 451, 369.37 

To Warrants Interest Paid 6,133.98 

To Assessors Bonds Paid 2,954.48 

To Balance November 30, 1912 173,659.54 



$ 634,117.37 $ 634,117.;;: 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 37 

SURPLUS CASH FUND. 

FISCAL YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Dr. Cr. 

By Balance December 1, 1910 $ 51,021.85 

By Transfer from General Revenue 1887-1910 135,310.66 

By Transfer from J. Cowie, Ex-Secretary of State, Flat Tax 2,821.21 

By Transfer from Casualty Deficiency Bonds Sinking Fund 165.07 

By Transfer from Capitol Building Bonds Sinking Fund 89.49 

By Transfer from Insurrection Bonds Sinking Fund 124.71 

By Transfer from Spanish-American War Fund 1.40 

By Transfer from Ute War Debt .46 

To Warrants Paid $ 48,108.37 

To Transfer to General Revenue 1911 42,068.66 

To Transfer to General Revenue 1912 99,363.82 



$ 189.540.85 $ 189,540.85 



38 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Appropriation Receipts 

Balances and 

Dec. 1, 1910 Transfers 



Expended 



Bent County Road No. 2 ? 33.56 

Costilla-Conejos County Bridge -1, 378.49 
Colorado Springs-Canon City 

Road 190.64 

Clear Creek County Bridge 62.61 

Clear Creek County Road 608.95 

Costilla County Bridge 1,990.90 

Conejos County Bridge 2,492.50 

Douglas County Bridge 422.47 

Dolores County Road 1,012.92 

Dolores County Road No. 2.... 18.50 

Delta County Bridge 3,719.55 

Denver-Colo. Springs Blvd.... 7,626.09 

Denver-Ft. Collins Road 3,480.00 

Eagle County Bridge No. 1.... 5,464.47 

Eagle County Bridge No. 2.... 988.21 

Eagle County Road 7,487.22 

Gunnison County Road No. 1.. 86.65 

Gunnison County Road No. 2.. 2,171.67 

Garfield County Bridge No. 1.. 5,938.70 

Garfield County Bridge No. 2.. 3,859.99 

Hinsdale-Mineral County Road 5.65 

Kiowa County Artesian Well.. 4,950.94 

Las Animas County Bridge ... 2,173.76 

Lake County Road 3,582.12 

Lincoln County Bridge 209.11 

Larimer County Road 3,097.40 

Montrose County Road No. 1.. 6.46 

Montrose County Road No. 3.. 473.90 

Mesa County Bridge 6,153.89 

Mineral County Road and 

Flume No. 2 3,436.74 

Montezuma County Road 1,848.94 

Montezuma County Artesian 

Well 3,803.89 

Otero County Road No. 1 2,310.48 

Ouray County Bridge 3,423.04 

Prowers-Bent County Road... 3,737.97 

Pitkin County Bridge 9,693.19 

Pitkin County Road No. 3 192.72 

Pueblo County Bridge 4,989.75 

Pueblo-Custer County Road... 885.28 

Rio Blanco County Bridge .... 3,697.27 



18.50 



? 4,378.49 



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550.00 

1,990.90 

2,492.50 

8.00 



3,715.55 
7,625.20 
3,462.73 
5,464.47 
988.21 
6,959.76 

2,000.00 
5,938.70 
3,859.99 

4,950.76 

3,312.00 
150.00 

3,097.40 

2.34 

473.90 



3.360.69 
1,700.00 

3,803.89 
2,310.48 
3,423.04 
3,644.85 
9,693.19 

4,989.75 

885.28 

3,697.27 



Turned Back 

To Internal 

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$ 33.56 



Balance 

Nov. 30, 

1912 



62.61 
58.95 



414.47 

1.031.42 

18.50 

4.00 



527.46 
86.65 

171.67 



5.65 

.18 

2,173.76 

270.12 

59.11 

4.12 



76.05 
148.94 



93.12 



192.72 



17.27 



6,153.89 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 39 



Rollinsville-Uilpin County Road 3,410.58 

Reformatory Road 46.44 

Summit County Bridge 3,486.79 

San Miguel County Road No. 1 19.48 

San Miguel County Road No. 2 104.62 

Teller County Bridge 1,923.18 

Yuma County Road 446.98 



1,410.58 




46.44 




3,486.79 






19.48 




104.62 


1,923.18 




262.00 


184.98 



$ 118,144.66 $ 18.50 $ 106,248.97 $ 5,743.03 $ 6,171.16 

SUMMARY OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS 

Balance in Internal Improvement Permanent Fund, Dec. 1, 1910 $ 100,994.42 

Receipts Internal Improvement Permanent Fund 212,129.91 

Balance in Internal Improvement Income Fund, Dec. 1, 1910 35,384.31 

Receipts, Internal Improvement Income Fund 108,910.44 

Appropriation, S. B. 437 $ 3,480.00 

Warrants issued 765.50 

Balance upappropriated Internal Improvement Permanent 309,644.33 

Balance unappropriated Internal Improvement Income 113,529.25 

$ 457,419.08 f 457,419.08 

SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS 

Balance prior appropriations carried forward to Dec. 1, 1910 $ 118,163.16 

Expenditures $ 106, 248.97 

Balance available carried forward to Dec. 1, 1912 6,171.16 

Unused balance turned back to fund 5,743.03 



$ 118,163.16 ? 118,163.16 



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Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1912. 

Table Showing Percentage of State Taxes Uncollected June 30, 
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SHOWING 

Delinquent Tax Levy Balances Due the State from the Several Counties, 
on All Funds, June 30, 1912. 

Additional Assessments and Increases on Tax Levies of All Funds for Two 
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Rebates, Decreases in Assessment, and Taxes Declared Unavailable on Tax 
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ABSTRACT OP ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 

1912, INCLUSIVE. 

Total 
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Year Colorado Adams Arapahoe Archuleta Baca Bent 

1877 $ 43,453,946.36 £10,686,991.00 $ 1,950,741.96 

1878 43,072,648.26 11,993,990.00 2,279,376.00 

1879 58,3 15,389. 30 16,517,693.00 2,732,154.00 

1880 73,698,746.29 18,830,603.00 2,736,110.00 

1881 96,135,305.48 28,970,573.00 2,828,531.00 

1882 104,440,683.57 34,557,730.00 3,282,011.00 

1883 110,759,756.21 34,912,030.00 3,663,284.00 

1884 115,675,014.51 36,201,720.00 4,035,110.00 

1885 115,420,193.90 36,422,085.00 $253,726.00 4,149,303.00 

1886 124,269,710.06 38,202,415.00 281,395.01 4,322,994 00 

l^ST 141,323,634.37 47,037,574.00 354,528.21 4,908,231.00 

18S8 168,812,246.93 55,516,175.00 402,302.00 7,824,469.00 

1889 193,254,127.38 68,102,975.00 351,979.00 $956,868.00 1,285,821.00 

1890 220,544,064.62 86,445,020.00 348,334.70 945,161.00 1,467,617.00 

1S91 231,405,296.04 92,887,040.00 41S.681.00 S23.12S.00 1,241,097.00 

1892 236,884,449.48 101,672,657.00 412.722.50 658,033.00 1,267,219.00 

1893 238,722,417.05 103,708,585.00 412,020.00 688,167.00 1,096,168.00 

1894 208,905,279.15 85,860,910.00 40S.3S4.36 519,639.00 1,030,331.00 

1895 202,584,334.00 82,131,705.00 360,485.00 296,482.00 969,153.00 

1896 206,598,561.00 80,378,901.00 396,815.00 312,226.00 1,039,311.00 

1897 199,324,941.00 79,271,985.00 428,829.00 254,382.00 929,580.00 

1898 192,243,080.00 69,299,542.00 426,591.00 252,410.00 899,819.00 

1899 203,486,692.00 70,1S7,209.00 509,121.00 203,134.00 1,061,879.00 

1900 216,776,356.00 77,766,491.00 600,135.00 276,730.00 1,072,931.00 

1901 465,874,288.00 157,149,062.00 1,522.041.00 771,335.00 2,513,812.00 

1902 354,002,501.00 120,072,485.00 1,160,806.00 978,755.00 1,934,272.00 

1903 333,156,320.00 $ 4,263,163.00 4,802,334.00 996,025.00 691,358.00 1,580,412.00 

1904 342,170,703.00 5,076,336.00 4,660,393.00 922,975.00 640,850.00 1,588,403.00 

1905 349,242,363.29 5,134,109.00 4,829,770.00 1,150,200.19 562,397.00 1,491,673.00 

1906 356,244,547.35 5,017,093.00 4,657,590.00 982,353.35 5S2.438.00 1,710,105.00 

1907 367,343,319.70 5,469,429.00 4,785*754.00 1,089,682.70 629,225.00 2,249,886.00 

1908 375,284,970.00 5,36S,492.00 4,706,217.00 1,073,360.00 5S7.519.00 2,514,169.00 

1909 400,803,888.64 5,838,173.00 4,827,746.00 1,3S3,310.00 752,931.00 2,546,472.00 

1910 414,885,770.00 6,435,330.00 5,040,690.00 1,467,214.00 908,556.00 2,708,621.00 

1911 413,835,450.00 6,444,095.00 5,188,310.00 1,335,0S0.00 970,012.00 2,750,724.00 

1912 422,722,713.00 6,635,937.00 5,213,275.00 1,415,935.00 872,129.00 2,797,053.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 77 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
11)12, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Boulder Chaffee Cheyenne Clear Creek Conejos Costilla 

1S77 $3,155,260.00 $2,120,041.00$ 123,227.25$ 229,870.00 

1878 3,097,320.00 1,932,991.31 244,346.00 319,571.92 

1879 3,269,255.00$ 399,944.00 1,819,006.00 472,751.00 579,896.60 

1880 3,400,985.00 1,002,491.00 1,958,925.00 647,984.40 716,833.26 

1881 3,513,525.00 1,649,990.35 1,981,947.50 1,416,621.55 789,673.22 

1882 4,477,050.00 2,651,563.00 2,128,209.29 1,486,293.00 958,981.43 

1883 4,608,735.00 2,303,864.00 2,006,808.91 1,547,013.00 936,399.51 

1884 4,532,155.00 2,567,044.41 2,205,057.83 1,573,086.00 780,872.90 

1885 4,530,690.00 2,409,458.00 1,789,018.66 1,318,853.00 743,513.61 

1S86 4,943,923.28 2,500,660.00 1,910,296.44 1,500,527.00 724,407.78 

1887 4,918,667.50 2,437,469.00 1,899,852.04 1,437,147.00 824,647.27 

1888 4,952,926.00 2,650,467.00 . . .7 1,968,728.89 1,718,510.00 912,318.00 

1889 4,967,448.00 2,639,774 .09 $ 1,518,700 . 14 1,912,206.21 1,889,142.00 1,129,135.00 

1890 4,964,062.50 3,679,359.40 1,590,218.85 2,013,429.40 1,844,469.00 1,135,063.00 

1891 4,912,448.00 2,793,641.00 1,619,433.00 1,999,296.00 1,700,470.00 1,165,005.00 

1892 4,984,667.00 2,839,020.00 1,393,023.00 1,907,903.00 1,795,624.00 1,247,658.00 

L893 4,927,187.00 2,515,649.00 1,427,012. Ou 1,933,357.00 1,754,862.00 1.231,475.00 

1894 4,816,982.68 2,344,799.00 1,221,781.00 1,959,006.22 1,652,419.00 1,259,375.00 

1895 4,745,563.00 2,333,294.00 1,223,723.00 2,040,332.00 1,791,281.00 1, ISO. 751. 00 

1896 5,213,655.00 2,320,182.00 1,249,290.00 2,098,390.00 1,813,826.00 1,256,139.00 

1897 4,994,934.00 2,214,942 00 1,133,075.00 2,156,068.00 1,S33,474.00 1,248,401.00 

1898 5,384,312.00 2,200,920.00 1,046,771.00 2,122,922.00 1,751,819.00 1,230,545.00 

1899 5,841,041.00 2,279,341.00 968,590.00 2,105,432.00 1,785,989.00 1,2S9,405.00 

1900 6,298,854.00 2,361,986.00 978,975.00 2,179,445.00 1,843,835.00 1,293,904.00 

1901 10,615,936.00 5,811,718.00 2,964,418.00 3,043,310.00 3,589,705.00 2,602,148.00 

1902 10,128,146.00 3,218,547.00 1,649,985.00 2,566,785.00 2,282,622.00 1,766,304.00 

1903 9,960,445.00 3,141,870.00 1,393,141.00 2,522,273.00 2,089,371.00 1,653,085.00 

1904 10,551,S28.00 3,126,056.00 1,489,690.00 2,694,757.00 2,191,123.00 1,515,990.00 

1905 11,359,986.00 3,057,606.00 1,477,690.00 2,728,633.00 2,046,614.00 1,428,548.00 

1906 11,980,381.00 3,061,891.00 1,585,919.00 2,623,464.00 2,321,247.00 1,432,734.00 

1907 12,200,522.00 3,182,974.00 2,151,680.00 2,746,604.00 2,409,541.00 1,433,804.00 

1908 12,355,809.00 3,277,470.00 2,240,S35.00 2,628,225.00 2,435,922.00 1,511,535.00 

1909 12,966,249.00 3,366,498.00 2,429,823.00 2,647,390.00 3,100,321.00 1,997,432.00 

1910 13,238,655.00 3,554,595.00 2,560,634.00 2,620,325.00 3,288,355.00 2,136,186.00 

1911 13,019,930.00 3,559,648.00 2,569,097.00 2,606,855.00 3,288,151.00 2,381,900.00 

1912 12,816,079.00 3,526,790.00 2,567,968.00 2,617,421.00 3,285,672.00 2,480,937.00 



7S BIENNIAL REPORT 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1ST! TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Crowley Custer Delta Denver Dolores Douglas 

1877 $ 549,845.00 $ 868,354 .61 

1878 500,654.00 951,713.00 

1879 716,527.00 1,086,245.00 

1880 1,550,386.00 1,130,887.00 

1881 1,418,030.00 $ 345,066.00 1,034,963.00 

1882 1,478,528.51 434,550.00 1,242,144.00 

1883 1,245,290.13$ 450,964.82 532,310.00 1,200,931.00 

1884 1,019,027.00 473,721.96 366,338.00 1,328,371.00 

1885 1,056,029.00 586,228.94 313,689.00 1,339,479.00 

1886 871,728.00 761,441.50 340,915.00 1,589,730.00 

1887 936,653.00 900,046.87 353,713 00 1,565,777.00 

1888 597,878.00 929,604.00 400,020.00 1,937,590.00 

1889 831,827.00 923,024.00 352,978.00 1,991,211.60 

1890 742,376.00 991,538.00 4S1.4SO.00 2,003,424.00 

1891 741,676.00 1,065,202.00 707,236.00 2,054,266.00 

1892 752,121.00 1,055,234.00 945,539.00 1,969,978.00 

1893 694,128.00 982,598.00 1,179,100.00 2,043,442.00 

1894 645,715.00 933,495.00 1,041,343.00 1,717,564.92 

1895 623.578.00 990,057.00 608,374.00 1,752,506.00 

1896 ' 651,698.00 1,003,396.00 681,611.00 2,025,112.00 

1897 633,135.00 1,005,534.00 542,223.00 1,811,608.00 

1898 625,474.00 1,109,055.00 466,284.00 1,853,256.00 

1899 628,557.00 1,090,494.00 478,190.00 1,938,270.00 

1900 623,070.00 1,158,581.00 514,563.00 1,987,504.00 

1901 818,710.00 2,831,933.00 776,866.00 4,117,990.00 

1902 947,634.00 2,416,197.00 567,732.00 3,357,725.00 

1903 835,011.00 2,367,711 .008110, 181,335. 00 522,058.00 2,977,111.00 

1904 870,004.00 2,695,035.00 112,856,406.00 556,720.00 3,070,891.00 

1905 810,809.00 2,702,000.00 116,212,943.00 508,599.00 2,962,178.00 

1906 773,729.00 2,713,800.00 115,757,073.00 483,883.00 2,882,880.00 

1907 740,214.00 2,921,912.00 117,381,985.00 445,995.00 3,011,122.00 

1908 745,667.00 3,093,825.00 121,799,315.00 474,711.00 2,966,708.00 

1909 737,755.00 3,530,484.00 132,075,339.00 3S9\658.00 2,784,707.00 

1910 876,849.00 5,062,475.00 134,344,810.00 377,888.00 2,868,150.00 

1911 $2,102,551.00 762,520.00 5,169,000.00 128,185,500.00 405,182.00 2,917,890.00 

1912 2,511.493.00 750,900.00 5,395,700.00 133,S35,040. 00 421,593.00 2,955,730.00 



AUDITOR OF STATIC OF COLORADO. 7!> 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1*77 TO 

1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Eagle Elbert El Paso Fremont Garfield Gilpin 

1877 $ 1,149,795.00 $ 3,150,850.00 $ 935,556.00 $ 2,053,318.00 

1878 1,202,052.52 3,076,395.00 1)46,363.00 1,827,997.00 

1879 1,558,S97.00 3,750,330.00 1,262,070.00 1,981,932.00 

1880 1,595,164.00 4,320,320.00 1,697,005.00 1,958,070.00 

1881 1,447,187.00 4,212,435.00 2,129,253.00 1,961,960.00 

1882 1,610,553.00 4,879,375.00 2,004,155.00 1,943.116.00 

1883 S 338,454.00 1,766,535.00 .4,866,995.00 2,188,650.00$ 136,781.00 1,871,244.00 

1884 370,226.00 1,987,325.00 4,864,565.00 2,405,865.00 302,313.50 1,820,143.00 

1885 333,326.54 1,941,747.00 4,900,935.00 2,223,704.00 752,585.00 1,777,035.00 

1886 500,026.00 2,023,031.04 5,262,270.00 2,469,005.00 1,719,073.00 1,790,157.98 

1887 608,617.93 2,095,840.00 6,551,870.00 2,835,073.00 2,118,155.00 1,750,812.00 

1888 1,340,458.09 3,496,768.00 8,624,845.00 3,031,261.00 2,600,680.65 1,713,885.00 

1889 1,192,025.39 2,135,340.00 9,908,500.00 2,967,720.27 2,308,059.62 1,863,324.00 

1890 1,253,634.60 2,232,200.88 10,910,195.00 3,140,286.00 2,235,547.00 1,719,450.20 

1891 1,319,604.00 2,141,421.00 11,557,880.00 3,370,261.00 2,717,563.00 2,131,458.00 

1892 1,293,280.00 1,989,909.00 11,837,271.00 3,453,436.00 2,358,768.00 1,774,219.43 

1S93 1,291,064.00 1,860,028.00 11,980,005.00 3,504,092.00 2,567,843.00 1,727,231.00 

1894 1,260.954.00 1,800,790.00 11,344,605.00 3.210,556.00 2,126,937.00 1,481,018.00 

1895 1,188,852.00 1,882,191.00 11,524,700 00 3,542,089.00 2,167,798.00 1,573,120.00 

1896 1,330,594.00 1,951,633.00 14,204,100.00 3,775,494 00 2,223,004.00 1,634,979.00 

1897 1,105,692 00 1,776,871.00 14,097,120.00 3,957,746.00 2,176,S77.00 1,805,209.00 

1898 1,173,331.00 1,857,856.00 15,564,130.00 4,143,108.00 2,082,539.00 1,910,479.00 

1899 1,218,254.00 1,678,431 00 17,055,477.00 4,129,102.00 2,178,129.00 1,933,973.00 

1900 1,273,249.00 1,680,300.00 12,845,252.00 4,304,531.00 2,252,310.00 1,944,562.00 

1901 3,020,916.00 3,234,542.00 35,679,348.00 9,768,235.00 S, 106,276. 00 3,052,243.00 

1902 2,103,889.00 2,586,743.00 24,375,600.00 7,038,923.00 3,864,255.00 2,487,242.00 

1903 ' 1,842,240.00 2,842,335.00 24,270,564.00 6,364,810.00 3,551,954.00 2,533,891.00 

1904 1,827,506.00 2,338,863.00 24,255,201.00 6,492,744.00 3,581,622.00 2,548,440.00 

1905 1,772,827.00 2,184,250.00 24,005,124.00 6,243,118.00 3,415,730.00 2,646,330.00 

1906 1.845.S05.00 2,389,223.00 23,684,034.00 6,626,311.00 3,507,710.00 2,566,216.00 

1907 1,852,6S7.00 2,551,055.00 23,749,858.00 6,625,197.00 3,614,046.00 2,549,816.00 

1908 1,889,623.00 2,478,569.00 22,008,650.00 6,636,881.00 3,673,541.00 2,200,965.00 

1909 1,879,273.00 2,704,951.00 22,232,590.00 6,594,297.00 4,130,998.00 2,125,199.00 

1910 1,907,610.00 2,688,245.00 21,928,130.00 6,831,946.00 4,415,940 00 2,043,032.00 

1911 1,046,955.00 2,S2S,358.00 22,209,220.00 6,997,031.00 4,647,500.00 1 ,985,829. 00' 

1912 2,193,479.00 2,704,736.00 22,409,152 00 7,126,240 00 4,879,810 00 2,026,646.00) 



80 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Grand Gunnison Hinsdale Huerfano Jackson Jefferson 

1877 $ 56,692.25$ 29,000.00$ 518,943 .00 S 734,178.69 $1,181,109.00 

1878 63,866.75 62,014.00 564.396.50 796,018.39 1,988,529.00 

1879 60,050 75 136,46100 647,813 00 998,012.30 2,502,346.00 

1880 154,493 00 596,553.00 570,468 00 949,450 63 2,774,6S6.9S 

1881 205,436.00 1,266,962.00 757,226.00 1,053,789.96 2,606,054.34 

1882 425,079.00 2.340,956 00 830,460 00 1,305.586.04 2,747,810.33 

1883 353,998.00 3,236,490 00 698,406 00 1,321,825.94 2,746,498.30 

1884 705,000.00 2.931,945 00 611,324.00 1,330,028.40 2,846,517 .17 

1885 776,827.00 2,338,380 00 454,986.00 1,496,288.64 2,893,274.50' 

1886 355,080.00 2,434.073 78 445,753.00 1.343,580.11 3,232,399.45 

1887 317.973 00 2,434,055 00 408,281.00 1,637,765.29 3,775,649 75 

1888 358,482.00 2,791,683 50 465,650.00 1.754.298.00 3,945,285 92 

1889 342,305.00 2,465,543 10 504,457.00 1,862,088.40 3,878,531.57 

1890 432,707.00 2,383,702.00 518,761.00 2,094,535 00 4,384,38473 

1891 374,572 00 2,367,932 00 524,023 00 1,532,349.00 4,369,027.00 

1892 391,537.00 2,335,409.00 684,513.00 1,740,498 00 4,214,602.00 

1893 298,964.00 2,364,456.00 1,518,852.00 1,657,994 00 4,651,306.00 

1894 309,729.00 2,212,160.00 489,008.37 1,571,326.00 4,449,297.00 

1895 296.686.00 2,011,994 00 521,132 00 1,590,880.00 4,328,036.00 

1896 352,237.00 2,028,316.00 553,717.00 1,785,713.00 4,035,917.00 

1897 315,425.00 1,849,078.00 520,011.00 1,605,144 00 4,008,504.00 

1898 307,747.00 1,919,072 00 430,635.00 1,696,870.00 3,996,205.00 

1899 265,662.00 1,978.705.00 455,018 00 2,053.475 00 3,427,533.00 

1900 288,488.00 2,119,138.00 546,767.00 1,877,344.00 3,339,194.00 

1901 492,756.00 7,267,861.00 913,015.00 5,263,338.00 5,436,461.00 

1902 455,760.00 3,649,774 00 660,057.00 3,424,455.00 4,492,760.00 

1903 405,848.00 3,029,639.00 679,248.00 3,186,053.00 5,043,057.00 

1904 424,863.00 3,079,947 00 586,361.00 3,430,256.00 5,067,386.00 

1905 519,021.00 2.863,396 00 625,086.00 3,585,351.00 5,133,373.00 

1906 752.S48.00 2,888,442.00 621,107.00 3,547.910 00 5,155,784.00 

1907 937,742.00 2,890,312.00 611.762.00 3,446.562.00 5,139,674.00 

1908 1,071,990.00 3,168,712 00 624,54100 3,483,17100 ". 5,250,176.00 

1909 1,219,875.00 3,970,537.00 596,569.00 3,116,151.64$ 867,245.00 5.433,670.00 

1910 1.279,364.00 4,307,594.00 581,983.00 3,742,655.00 911.875.00 5,574,270.00 

1911 1,377,397.00 4,440,010.00 631,522.00 3,836,939.00 9S4,39S.OO 5,867,515.00 

1912 1,369,060.00 4,505.734.00 560,315.00 3,878,148.00 1,206.240.00 6,041,995.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 81 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM L877 TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Kiowa Kit Carson Lake La Plata Larimer Las Animas 

1877 $ 364,511.40$ 151,259.25$ 997,835.00 S 1.271 ,20*. 00 

1878 603,858.92 254,447.00 1.502,330.00 1,455,230.00 

1879 3,478,857.00 303,075.38 1,724,820.00 2,553,632.83 

1880 11,126,174.00 414,619.70 2,079,805.00 2,060,623.82 

1881 16,434,073.00 1,089,033.00 2,306,055.00 2,454,966.00 

1882 4,586,075.00 2,162,668.00 3,005,260.00 3,001,743.00 

1883 3,906,599.00 2,243,480.50 3,012,040.00 3,654,987.00 

1884 2,896,175.00 2,091,841.00 3,206,525.00 4,790,917.00 

1885 2,454,703.00 2,073,484.00 3,879,875.00 4,223,980.00 

1886 2,581,251.00 2,251,244.00 4,056,595.00 4,889,913.00 

1887 2,903,320.00 2,351,902.00 4,627,625.00 5,026,381.00 

1888 •. 4,569,370.00 2,576,840.00 4,532,550.00 6,308,927.00 

1889 $ 1,362,028.46 $ 1,517,200.00 4,521,855.00 1,967,106.00 4,394,670.00 7,236,511.00 

1890 1,383,879.26 1,646,664.03 4,492,989.60 2,008,717.00 4,424,420.00 6,990,910.21 

1891 1,381,492.48 1,379,843.00 4,485,280.00 2,201,140.00 4,352,225.00 6,741,039.00 

1892 1,326,738.00 1,359,616.00 4,483,860.00 2,301,798.00 5,136,480.00 6,123,725.00 

1893 1,396,760.00 1,393,668.00 -4,411,204.00 2,524,432.00 4,512,155.00 5,299,285.00 

1894 1,270,117.00 1,143,913.00 4,325,434.00 2,078,888.00 4,274,435.00 5,088,959.00 

1895 1,130,217.00 1,003,569.00 4,174,446.00 2,335,093.00 4,154,639.00 5,178,446.00 

1896 1,141,017.00 1,055,597.00 4,135,863.00 2,381,158.00 3,938,499.00 6,261,826.00 

1897 . 1,063,406.00 898,479.00 3,874,738.00 2,334,877.00 4,211,449.00 5,870,515.00 

1898 1,092,204.00 993,990.00 3,914,679.00 2,245,480.00 4,374,026.00 5,259,824.00 

1899 1,027,314.00 900,942.00 4,242,426.00 2,257,380.00 4,428,227.00 6,338,669.00 

1900 1,024,354. U0 950,107.00 4,462,593.00 2,345,594.00 4,377,755.00 6,630,786.00 

1901 2,773,369.00 1,522,123.00 14,269,381.00 5,244,799.00 6,621,932.00 14,750,119.00 

1902 1,730,949.00 1,907,549.00 6,567,131.00 3,442,853.00 5,991,046.00 11,191,361.00 

1903 1,463,344.00 1,704,006.00 6,079,111.00 3,580,154.00 6,525,155.00 11,003,315.00 

1904 1,498,980.00 1,872,496.00 5,589,385.00 3,511,989.00 7,329,624.00 11,458,877.00 

1905 1,466,058.00 1,901,926.00 5,985,414.00 4,337,107.00 7,556,632.00 11,927,002.00 

1906 1,490,249.00 1,917,420.00 6,107,058.00 5,037,589.00 8,028,983.00 12,587,832.00 

1907 1,484,521.00 2,138,986.00 6,473,158.00 5,257,537.00 8,481,511.00 13,259,965.00 

1908 1,654,551.00 2,261,164.00 5,942,321.00 5,443,072.00 9,775,446.00 12,838,498.00 

1909 1,753,898.00 2,557,449.00 5,814,581.00 5,638,745.00 9,156,456.00 13,125,577.00 

1910 1,804,925.00 2,679,952.00 5,775.680.00 5,432,181.00 9,565,565.00 13,235,902.00 

1911 1,943,172.00 2,783,481.00 5,883,126.00 5,542,972.00 9,216,272.00 14,077,326.00 

1912 1,909,485.00 2,828,637.00 5,946,263.00 5,302,953.00 9,524,118.00 13,477,192.00 



82 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Lincoln Logan Mesa Mineral Moffat Montezuma 

1S77 

1878 

1879 

1880 • 

1881 

1882 

1883 $ 965,143.60 

1884 1,327,554.00 

1885 1,242,384.00 

1886 1,387,777.00 

1887 $1,420,085.00 1,428,964.00 

1888 3,326,313.10 1,594,031.00 ... 

1889 $1,670,448.47 1,845,297.18 1,546,092.00 $ 589,858.00 

1890 1,763,856.62 1,763,613.14 2,106,673.00 595,603.00 

1891 1,794,135.00 1,701,951.00 2,413,438.00 652,086.00 

1892 1,675,266.00 1,706,093.00 2,604,944.00 805,507.00 

1893 1,420,492.00 1,742,448.00 2,309,233.00 $ 878,665.00 791,634.00 

1894 1,497,629.00 1,705,380.00 1,918,067.00 734,205.00 791,102.00 

1895 1,533,666.00 1,547,085.00 2.131,070.00 568,531.00 725,908.00 

1896 1,391,656.00 1,624,864.00 2,234,296.00 439,292.00 736,966.00 

1897 1,353,331.00 1,499,209.00 2,304,523.00 305,129.00 1,255,478.00 

1898 1,260,572.00 1,518,774.00 2,291,093.00 494,561.00 1,153,867.00 

1899 1,203,925.00 1,517,730.00 2,457,841.00 578,597.00 1,274,906.00 

1900 1,172,775.00 1,516,976.00 2,764,537.00 611,103.00 1,394,883.00 

1901 2,851,815.00 5,661,592.00 7,566,064.00 1,165,074.00 3,062,646.00 

1902 2,083,920.00 3,047,516.00 4,806,692.00 888,542.00 2,340,730.00 

1903 1,693,211.00 2,604,671.00 4,240,109.00 774,648.00 2,084,183.00 

1904 1.S40.737.00 2,757,551.00 4,699,593.00 764,114.00 2,205,156.00 

190.5 1,989,380.00 2,830,669.58 4,693,001.00 815,644.00 2.274,663.00 

1906 1,939,152.00 3,067,495.00 4,919,975.00 817,978.00 2,398,339.00 

1907 2,103,763.00 3,360,420.00 5,186,997.00 879,021.00 2,611,867.00 

1908 2,399,149.00 3,446,292.02 5,821,218.00 756,978.00 2,744,947 00 

1909 2,642,562.00 5,433,017.00 7,572,720.00 762,954.00 1,894,523.00 

1910 2,649,620.00 5,701,804.00 7,762,045.00 761,668.00 1,937,392.00 

1911 2,707,950.00 5,937,231.00 8,073,050.00 746,286.00 $1,220,125.00 2,288,269.00 

1912 2,721,530.00 5,964,299.00 8,298,291.00 743,111.00 1,331,420.00 2,543,850.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 83 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Montrose Morgan Otero Ouray Park Phillips 

1877 $ 165,319.25 $ 788,103.00 

1878 220,622.95 796,239.00 

1879 249,507.00 955,453.54 

1880 334,425.00 1,349,986.50 

1881 441,898.00 1,779,684.06 



1882 657,533.00 657,533.00 

1883 $575,448.00 482,993.00 482,993.00 

1884 757,878.00 540,191.40 2,093,319.36 

1885 1.112,710.00 387,905.00 2,041,829.09 

1886 1,305,381.00 512,536.00 2,076,902.69 

1887 1,445,033.00 589,098.00 2,026,217.51 

1888 1,713,200.00 928,647.00 2,483,117.00 

1889 1,910,114.00 $1,229,869.64 $2,301,422 00 923,946.00 2,412,405.26 $854,246.26 

1890 1,885,187.50 1,289,246.22 2,222,429.21 1,255,399.00 2,212,455.20 844,161.00 

1891 2,153,693.00 1,300,096.41 2,454,283.00 1,603,358.00 2,036,237.00 847,272.00 

1892 1,980,921.00 1,245,809.00 2,620,294.00 1,399,298.00 2,075,292.00 804,359.00 

1893 1,594,859.00 1,330,385.00 2,479,621.00 1,323,807.00 1,929,050.00 835,369.00 

1894 1,372,568.00 1,218,640.00 2,067,414.00 901,655.00 1,851,682.00 820,383.00 

1895 1.335,957.00 1,157,293.00 2,085,515.00 965,712.00 1,676,360.00 746,324.00 

1896 1,287,834.00 1,199,206.00 2,686,310.00 1,071,201.00 1,718,055.00 682,944.00 

1897 729,374.00 1,073,369.00 2,421,475.00 1,085,685.00 1,619,035 00 651,883.00 

1898 714,041.00 1,302,353.00 2,475,676.00 1,162,265.00 1,544,153.00 659,561.00 

1899 761,025 00 1,277,633.00 2,620,729 00 1,258,139.00 1,672,063 00 686,333.00 

1900 758,288.00 1,426,803.00 2,829,718.00 1,259,048.00 1,541,150.00 744,093.00 

1901 1,609,942.00 4,328,054.00 7,915,122.00 2,815,957.00 3,480,408.00 1,822,049.00 

1902 1,191,929.00 3,005,952.00 5,738,066.00 2,224,398.00 2,462,673 00 973,048.00 

1903 1,205,972.00 2,517,966.00 5,660,660.00 2,631,366.00 2,310,519.00 965,687.00 

1904 1,307,906.00 2,576,579.00 6,016,782.00 2.634,101.00 2,295,183.00 978,232.00 

1905 1,302,927.00 2,639,845.52 6,103,204.00 2,891,946.00 2,173,360.00 857,987.00 

1906 1,432,570.00 2,981,837.00 7,080,448.00 3,181,387.00 2,132,405.00 862,895.00 

1907 1,787,644.00 3,548,846.00 8,272,192.00 2,269,487.00 2,208,822.00 1,072,647.00 

1908 2,001,266.00 4,018,909.00 8,456,806.00 3,398,562.00 2,241.046.00 1,098,779.00 

1909 2,962,152.00 4,120,972.00 9,385,576.00 2,821,259.00 2,711,425.00 1,401,200.00 

1910 3,403,895.00 4,653,240.00 9,538,935.00 3,792,140.00 2,725,938 00 1,818,S72.00 

1911 3,579,907.00 4,739,900.00 7,837,459.00 2,991,089.00 2,670,272.00 1,845,539.00 

1912 3.707,543.00 4,774,630.00 8,175,339.00 2,742,834.00 2,685,571.00 1,852,087.00 



SI BIENNIAL REPORT 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Pitkin Prowers Pueblo Rio Blanco Rio Grande Routt 

1877 $5,405,310.00 $673,952.00 $ 84,698.00 

1S7S 3,069,639.00 501,874.00 74.661.00 

1879 3,389,400.00 478,036.00 59,655.00 

1880 3,679,100.00 441,109.00 85,864.00 

1881 $227,341.00 4,429,400.00 467,434.00 119,934.00 

1882 309,940.00 7,066,720.00 1,081,716.00 169,950.00 

1883 319,107.00 7,286,422.00 1,093,417.00 241,564.00 

1884 637,678.00 7,671,040.00 1,332,169.00 550,509.00 

1885 1,176,805.00 7,684,505.00 1,354,351.00 576,448.00 

1886 1,179,058.00 8,093,050.00 1,315,651.00 1,050,029.00 

1887 1,345,738.00 , 8,518,985.00 1,308,289.00 857,699.00 

1888 2,383,787.90 11,022,855.00 1,482,320.00 S85.393.00 

1889 3,286,215.00 $1,320,434.00 15,997,215.00 $803,138.25 1,451,009.00 1,248,620.00 

1890 3,524,305.00 1,338,950.00 19,524,965.00 888,528.00 1,4S4,618.00 1,094,037.00 

1891 3,532,675.00 1,371,522.00 21,807,696.00 S91,448.00 1,576,503 00 1,316,S49.00 

1S92 4,021,791.00 1,291,365.00 1S,907,636 .00 807,050.55 1,748,443.00 1,148,797.00 

1893 4,441,899.00 1,291,077.00 17,987,904.00 S03,346.00 1,727,858.00 1,136,446.00 

1894 3,684,830.00 1,260,638.00 15,661,154.00 753,332.00 1,519,S97.00 9S8.430.00 

1895 3,707,295.00 1,301,032.00 14,546,073.00 68S.693.00 1,557,894.00 909,993.00 

1896 2,338,075.00 1,716,451.00 14,669,549.00 700,313.00 1,708,230.00 1,103,S66 00 

1897 2,532,940.00 1,351,023.00 12,372,538.00 67.3,668.00 1,598,545.00 1,105,023.00 

1898 2,387,015.00 1,348,235.00 13,055,150.00 771,044.00 1,578,464.00 1,240,578.00 

1899 2,215,605.00 1,453,427.00 13,087,852.00 790.412.00 1,536,477.00 1,248,762.00 

1900 2,128,375.00 1,608,868.00 13,763,454.00 877,141.00 1,582,012.00 1,461,723.00 

1901 3,879,685.00 3,479,064.00 27,112,682.00 1,161,932.00 2,883,600.00 2,462,655.00 

1902 3,192,415.00 2,479,616.00 24,645,035.00 1,192,968.00 1,900,740.00 2,949,155.00 

1903 3,001,930.00 2,340,887.00 25,008,186.00 1,097,457.00 1,936,219.00 2,694,640.00 

1904 2,587,495.00 2,428,701.00 25,574,422.00 1,021,7SS00 1,945,515.00 3,159,295.00 

1905 2,251,800.00 2,543,389.00 25,625,964.00 1,179,135.00 1,946,322.00 3,165,582.00 

1906 2,117,215.00 2,995,123.00 25,943,203.00 1,082,371.00' 1,9S6,319.00 3,2S3,700.00 

1907 2,227,605.00 3,728,439.00 25,976,146.00 1,137,435.00 2,017,812.00 3,421,053.00 

1908 2,098,295.00 4,136,291.00 26,645,422.00 1,122,685.00 2,100,215.00 3,577,472.00 

1909 2,379,685.00 4,552,824.00 26,740,979.00 1,114,405.00 2,311,282.00 3,941,5S0.00 

1910 2,202,025.00 4,332,850.00 26,823,580.00 1,130,510.00 2,523,130.00 4,264,710.00 

1911 2,145,785.00 4,59S,815.00 27,313,959.00 1,163,840.00 2,556,550.00 3,460,360.00 

1912 1,952,705.00 4,996,366.00 28,004,551.00 1,184,456.00 2,737,310.00 3,409.590.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 80 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
1912, INCLUSIVE.— Continued. 

Year Saguache San Juan San Miguel Sedgwick Summit Teller 

1877 $ 722,671.00 $ 155,722.00 $ 184,004.70 

1S78 637,607.00 255,358.00 1611,360.00 

1879 724,034.00 320,167.00 257,277.50 

1880 910,335.00 401,979.00 536,395.00 

1881 1,318,653.00 420,061.00 " 838,430.50 

1882 1,593,612.97 624,675.00 1,331,209.00 

1883 1,696,931.00 1,045,597.08 $ 449,856.85 1,026.352.06 

1884 1,624,667.00 1,070,938.00 .502,305.00 959,787.00 

1885 1,600,509.00 861,430.00 563.725.00 909,853.00 

1S86 1,783,565.00 727,759.00 641,755.00 921,225.00 

1887 1,791,251.00 789,187.00 775,240.00 938,243.00 

1888 1,906,115.00 999,400.00 834,765.00 1.065,290.00 

1889 1,907,951.00 872,114.00 837,135.00 $ 715,714.75 1,047,357.00 

1890 2,029,011.00 872,304.00 918,748.00 721,416.22 1,067,020.00 

1891 2,137,588.00 965,378.00 1,274,282.00 806,204.15 1,070,800.00 

1892 2,093,043.00 982.7S3.00 1,398,221.00 759,945.00 997.518.00 

1893 2,049,854.00 1,121,057.00 1,261,734.00 868,484.00 1,394,921.00 

1894 1,934,585.00 1,164,017.00 1,222,344.00 855,242.00 1,032,644.00 .... 

1895 1,929,286.00 1,246,020.00 1,170,984.00 857,104.00 900,482.00 

1896 1,950,831.00 1,308,295.00 1,294,327.00 818,346.00 1,002,664 00 

1897 1,930,062.00 1,381,653.00 1,314,042.00 689,423.00 967,614 00 

1898 1,996,977.00 1,365,387.00 1,312,586.00 664,971.00 953,372.00 

1899 2,034,913.00 1,344,535.00 1,369,201.00 571,856.00 1,071,880.00 $5,917,512.00 

1900 2,094,700.00 1,345,790.00 1,488,772.00 602,308.00 1,153,072 00 10,858,248 00 

1901 4,629,568.00 1,974,727.00 4,071,940.00 1,865,000.00 2,246,665.00 17,726,807.02 

1902 3,019,230.00 1,851,946.00 3,401,343.00 920,122.00 1,615,481.00 20,300,753 00 

1903 2,324,222.00 1,972,127.00 3,323,357.00 879,335.00 1,525,643.00 12,225,097 00 

1904 2,400,157.00 2,117,081.00 3,084,686.00 959,194.00 1,507,938.00 13,233,370.00 

1905 2,336,645.00 2,120,601.00 3,183,829.00 979,737.00 1,375,653.00 13,184,771.00 

1906 2,357,673.00 1,943,740.00 3,252,907.00 1,021,747.00 1,424,178.00 13,950,489.00 

1907 2,426,696.00 2,101,944.00 3,735,101.00 1,216,473.00 1,457,889.00 12.340,780.00 

1908 2,374,379.00 2,319,158.00 4,003,111.00 1,364,210.00 1,588,744.00 10,034,500.00 

1909 2,848,552.00 2,269,230.00 3,730,070.00 1,582,192.00 1,806,963.00 10,605,610.00 

1910 3,064,795.00 2,247,904 00 3,549,960.00 1,681,637.00 1,845,745.00 10,034,700.00 

1911 3,293,964.00 2,194,532.00 3,786,314.00 1,692,317.00 1,860,923.00 9,691,770.00 

1912 3,133,434.00 2,036,096.00 3,834,520.00 1,734,055.00 1,847,707.00 8,135,338.00 



80 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF STATE BY COUNTIES, FROM 1877 TO 
1912. INCLUSIVE.— Concluded. 

Weld Yuma 
82,205,520.00 



Year 


Washington 


1877 




1878 


1879 


1880 




1881 




1882 




1883 




1884 




1885 




1886 








1888 


1,777,500.88 


1889 


999,004.10 


1890 


1,172,091.14 


1891 


914,961.00 


1892 


915,048 00 


1S93 


998,071.00 


1894 


1,043,792.00 


1895 


936,143.00 


1896 


...... S90.739.00 


1897 


749,848.00 


1898 


741. 77S 00 


1899 


768,100.00 


1900 


.. . 831,830.00 


1901 


1,996,570.00 




1,594,484.00 


1903 


1,184,863.00 


1904 


1,493,772.00 


1905 


1,479,927 .00 


1906 


1,644,489.00 


1907 


1,596,741.00 


1908 


1,921,540.00 


1909 


2,004,053.00 


1910 


2,528,074 00 


1911 


2,699,996.00 


1912 


2,719,770.00 



2,583,827.00 

3,330,190.00 

3,694,115.00 

4,219,025 00 

6,113,395.00 

7,907,145.00 

8,563,765.00 

8,488,475.00 

9,971,136.00 

9,339,905.00 

8,087,540.00 

7,208,771.00 $ 995,396.62 

7,906,993.00 1,165,008.00 

8,712,415.00 992,637.00 

8,214,195.00 973,763.00 

8,399,145.00 1,051,969.00 

8,027,984.60 1,027,783.00 

7,804,710.00 904,042.00 

7,878,610.00 925,425.00 

7,489,540.00 881,229.00 

7,771,638.00 907,074.00 

7,878,156.00 953,714 00 

8,696,330.00 991,031.00 

19,586,181.00 1.972,791.00 

14,840,270.00 1,667,135.00 

12,020,983.00 1,408,958.00 

12,712,129.00 1,973,262.00 

12,841,476.00 1,859,399.00 

13,233,357.00 1,868,454.00 

14,769,518.00 1,973,263.00 

15,505,275.00 1,928,064.00 

16,606,877.00 2,380,877.00 

18,934,590.00 2,780,829.00 

19,857,590.00 2,926,190.00 

20,43S,710.00 2,927,745.00 



Assessments 

Statement Showing Forest Reserve Fund Apportionment, Years 1911 and 
1912. 

Statement Showing Apportionment of Public School Income Fund for the 
Years 1911 and 1912. 

Abstract Assessments 1911 and 1912. 

Recapitulation of same. 

Detailed Statements — Acres of Agricultural Land; Acres of Grazing Land; 
Acres of Coal Land; Improvements on Lands; Improvements on Public 
Lands; Town and City Lots; Improvements on Town and City Lots; 
Mining Property and Gross Output; Miles of Railroad and Other Prop- 
erty; Miles of Telegraph and Telephone Lines; Average Value of Mer- 
chandise; Amount of Capital Employed in Manufactures; Horses; 
Asses; Mules; Cattle; Sheep; Swine; Goats; All other Animals; Mu- 
sical Instruments; Clocks and Watches; Diamonds; Jewelry; Gold and 
Silver Plate; Amount of Money and Credits; Carriages and Vehicles; 
Household Property; All other Property; Bank Stocks or Other 
Stocks, Etc. 



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REPORT ON FOREST RESERVE FUND APPORTIONMENT. 

Counties. 1911. 1912. 

Archuleta $ 1 , 674 . 26 $1,762.49 

Boulder 394 . 93 427. 86 

Custer 575.17 638.60 

Costilla 92. 45 100. 58 

Conejos 1 , 046. 14 1 . 064 . 3 1 

Chaffee 1 , 576.02 1 , 650. 79 

Clear Creek 523.08 567.65 

Douglas 567.00 603. 13 

Dolores 1,214.78 1 , 223.99 

Delta 805.31 879.14 

El Paso 438.91 475.40 

Eagle 2, 134.16 2, 349. 7S 

Fremont 238.84 234.15 

Gunnison 3, 841. 92 1, 466. 11 

Grand 2, 2S9.31 2, 306.07 

Garfield 1,844.55 1 , 943.91 

Gilpin 139. 70 149. 00 

Huerfano 546.90 596.03 

Hinsdale '. 1, 669.36 2, 008.75 

Jefferson ' 398.94 354. 7S 

Jackson 1 , 440.19 1 , 526. 05 

Larimer 1 , 749.03 1, 969. 60 

La Plata 1.4S7.91 1,718.60 

Lake : 51S.62 532.17 

Las Animas 80.75 86.92 

Mineral 1 , 822.15 1 , 935. 27 

Mesa 1 , 856. 85 2, 024.02 

Moffat 344. 49 

Montrose 1, 131.25 1 , 213.35 

Montezuma 1, 356.86 986.29 

Ouray 507.46 549.90 

Pueblo 94. 02 1 41 . 91 

Pitkin 1 , S35. 19 1,816.33 

Park 2, 61S. 49 2, 643. 11 

Rio Blanco 1,320.70 1,426.22 

Rio Grande S44.3S 892.48 

Routt 3, 001.85 2, 575. 70 

San Juan 715.09 622.01 

San Miguel 1,355.12 741.4!) 

Summit 1 , 266. 31 1, 273. 66 

Saguache 2, 871 . 47 3, 088. 96 

Teller 420. 69 461 . 21 



$50,312.11 $52,372.20 



flO BIENNIAL REPORT 

STATEMENT SHOWING APPORTIONMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL 
INCOME FUND FOR THE YEARS 1011 AND 1912. 

1911 
January 

Adams $ 1,847.59 

Arapahoe 1,837.21 

Archuleta 820.90 

Baca 405.97 

Bent 843.59 

Boulder 6,690. S2 

Chaffee 1.512.81 

Cheyenne 551 .23 

Clear Creek 1,121 .29 

Conejos 2,675.48 

Costilla 1,260.26 

Crowley 

Custer 426.01 

Delta 2,932 97 

Denver 39,724.11 

Dolores 107.39 

Douglas 651.91 

Eagle 515.07 

Elbert 1,207.20 

El Paso 9,087.1* 

Fremont 3,611 85 

Garfield 1,810.33 

Gilpin _ 852. 45 

Grand 299. Si 

Gunnison 1,034.33 

Hinsdale 86.5] 

Huerfano 3,013 .76 

.Jackson 168.32 

Jefferson 2,881.29 

Kiowa 495.83 

Kit Carson 1,495.02 

Lake 1,695.11 

La Plata 2,116.67 

Larimer 5,533 . 57 

Las Animas 7,157.37 

Lincoln 969.43 

Logan 1,862.67 

Mesa 4,308.12 

.Mineral 223.74 

Moffat 

Montezuma 911 .92 

Montrose 2,013 .00 

Morgan 2,159.21 





1912 




July 


January 


Jub 


$ 2,420.59 


$ 2,143.82 


S 2,403.44 


2,521.84 


2,232.88 


2,665.08 


1,001.82 


888.70 


1,094.15 


694.30 


617.17 


716 01 


1,225.64 


1,084.75 


1,307.73 


7.553.65 


6,662.09 


7,619.05 


1 'U7.91 


1,696 53 


1.932.86 


969.75 


845.32 


902.92 


1 . 1 95 . 30 


1,054.14 


1,226.62 


3.517.66 


3,095 7S 


3,652.43 


1,673.96 


1,471.90 


1,721.69 
1,357.66 


50S.62 


451.74 


498.14 


3,749 55 


3,306.01 


4.070.29 


46,527 si 


41,036 23 


50,708 32 


143.77 


126.67 


122 83 


860 . 35 


761.54 


826 90 


627.31 


562 . 60 


633 . 69 


1,550 *i 


1,367.11 


1,534.41 


11,368.07 


10,004.05 


11,171.66 


4,41s 08 


3,947.58 


4,483 07 


2.2s4 .40 


1.974 50 


2,432.33 


930.00 


820 . 75 


896. 6S 


463.77 


412.41 


451.62 


1,320 !8 


1,174.03 


1,279.26 


131.13 


119.66 


12S.23 


3,444.66 


3,040.05 


3,832.39 


204 . 04 


ISO. 44 


257 18 


3,613.26 


3,188.78 


3,605 


967.17 


852.17 


907.65 


2,111.08 


1,874.74 


2,085.57 


2.(122.18 


1.794.36 


2,108.78 


2,579.35 


2,380.98 


2,741 97 


0,412.24 


5,662. 6S 


6,145.63 


9,254.24 


S, 158. 65 


9,141 .64 


1,634.49 


1,428 42 


1.612.34 


2,545.61 


2,240.93 


2.4611 x) 


5,428 , 24 


4,792.21 


5,601 83 


264. 83 


233.32 


280.49 


481.83 


432 . 26 


520 53 


1,267.14 


1,121.48 


1,403.37 


2,810.15 


2,482.83 


3,181.04 


3.156.49 


2.77S.89 


2,856 7 7 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



91 



STATEMENT SHOWING APPORTIONMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL 
INCOME FUND FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912.— Concluded. 



1911 



January 

Otero 4,159.25 

Ouray 551.15 

Park 326.66 

Phillips 722.29 

Pitkin 988.90 

Prowers 1,973 19 

Pueblo 10,585.65 

Rio Blanco 4S4.96 

Rio Grande 1,417.12 

Routt 1,438.23 

Saguache 951 .01 

San Juan 301.88 

San Miguel 642.02 

Sedgwick 600 . 68 

Summit 305.87 

Teller 2,731.93 

Washington 1,032.04 

Weld 7,638.43 

Yuma 1,773 .44 

State N ormal School 562 . 83 

State Normal School, Gunnison 

Totals $198,106.83 



1912 



July 


January 


July 


5,539.54 


4,843.00 


4,540.40 


713.59 


642 . 94 


771.51 


247.22 


232.46 


357.46 


880.95 


781.28 


839.73 


1,141.09 


1,018.84 


1,185.82 


2,466.18 


2,172.38 


2,541.19 


13,398.24 


11,861.58 


14,314.21 


659 . 57 


582.96 


726.69 


1,906.41 


1,681.51 


1,885.49 


1,517.65 


1,364.47 


1,645.03 


1,451.47 


1,279.93 


1,488.52 


390.30 


342.60 


402 . 89 


870.40 


776.65 


866.98 


728.56 


657.39 


739 82 


370.19 


333.09 


352 . 18 


3,176.64 


2,808.50 


3,470.96 


1,688.28 


1,489.16 


1,708.52 


9,833.44 


6,665.00 


9,682.58 


2,550.04 


2,231.77 


2,681.51 


488.51 


430.30 


650.42 

102 10 








$197,801 34 


§174,696.96 


$205,843.79 



■ I- 



BIENNIAL RKI'OUT 



ADAMS'. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY No. of 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 164,546.92 

Acres dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 344,0S9.63 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land '. 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 4,031 

Mules 211 

Asses 

Range cattle 6,482 

Dairy cattle 1,441 

Sheep 10,332 

Swine 5.05S 

Goats 

All other animals 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



No. of 



1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. Valuation. 



$ 15.60 $ 2,567,S7O.00 

164,543.48 $ 13.47 $ 

:.:;7, 545.00 

1.64 .-,66,445.00 350.2S0.65 1.62 

31,430.00 

548,110.00 

208,035.00 



2,546,475.00 
558,070.00 
566,550.00 



37,750.00 
610,295.00 
222,795.00 



Average 
aer Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




$ 33.00 $ 


133,315.00 


4,232 




29.50 $ 


122, fiS0.no 


41.65 


S, 790. 00 


1S5 
6,489 




40.46 
10.00 


7,485.00 


10.41 


67,510.00 


75,110.00 


17.60 


25,470.00 


1,593 




20.66 


32,930.00 


1.50 


1.-). 455.00 


7,887 




1.50 


11,930.00 


4.37 


22,110.00 


5,501 




3.61 


19,885.00 




495.00 


700.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 93 

ADAMS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles.. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


32 


$ 


12.50 


$ 400.00 


31 




$ 540.00 


26 




223.27 


6,805.00 


55 




10,750.00 


1,551 




20.22 


31,375.00 


1,862 


16.00 


30,445.00 


275 




40.05 


11,145.00 


321 




13,360.00 


110 




7.60 


835.00 
6,885.00 


12S 




965.00 
5,975.00 



Household property ... 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing- 2,350.00 1,600.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 3,210.00 2,845.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 107,910.00 106,850.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



485.00 780.00 

37,500.00 39,630.00 



7,175.00 6,535.00 

All other property 47.615.00 175,105.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested ,„ „„ „. 
in real estate) 16,305.00 14,170.00 

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



$ 5,012,575.00 $ 5,222,405.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 i7,3o0.00 75,600.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 4. 935. 22.". OH $ 5,146,805.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 157.47 1,403,230.00 159.33 1,383,420.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,039.58 32,250.00 1,054.35 32,590.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 1,668.71 31,650.00 1,670.98 29,450.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 41,740.00 2,048.95 43,672.00 



Grand total $ 6,444,095.00 $ 6,635,937.00 

Number of military polls.... 991 991. 00 ' 1,012 1,012.00 



94 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ARAPAHOE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 



Improvements on oil land.... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 



T.i\p Stock- 



No. of 


1911 

Average 

Vaiue per 

Acre. 

$ 35.00 
5.25 


Vi 


i luation. 


No. of 

23, 360 
23,706 


3912 

Average 
Value pet- 
Acre. 


23,500 


822,940.00 


$ 36.00 


23, 745 


124,670.00 


M.00 



309,664 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., % ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Railroad Property (a S- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



60,506 



5.65 



Horses 3,830 

Mules 69 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep •. 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



Valuation. 



299,505.00 

1.50 464,495.00 315,856 1.50 
58,605.00 



107.00 

Average 
per Head. 

$ 35.00 
50.00 



r.l.Voo 



135,370.00 

3,460.00 



23,780.00 

1,227,440.00 60.0GS 
597. 195.00 



5.65 



107.00 



Average 
per Head. 



$ 845,590.00 



140,320.00 
299,310.00 

47::, 690.00 
59,185.00 



22,990.00 
1,254,620.00 

672,930.00 

645.00 



3,620 

7S 



34.00 $ 123.100.00 
45.00 3,525.00 



4,504 


10.40 


47,010.00 


3,764 


4, 275 


23.25 


99,450.00 


3,797 


14,360 


1.50 


21,615.00 


9,557 


1,092 


6.50 
34.00 


7,150.00 


796 


31 


1,065.00 





10.00 
22.00 
1.50 
6.00 



38,685.00 
S5, 075.00 

14.375.00 
5,125.00 

1,490.00 



Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


1,565.00 


58 


$ 32.00 


$ 1,885.00 


14,935.00 


66 


264.00 


17,440.00 


30,290.00 


1,625 


19.00 


31,490.00 


40,040.00 


638 


65.00 


41,445.00 


2,890.00 


462 


7.00 


3,255.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 95 

ARAPAHOE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 
Average 
Vehicles, Etc.— No. of per Item. 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 41 $ 3S.00 

Automobiles 43 350.00 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,641 18.00 

Musical instruments 629 63.50 

Clocks and watches 413 7.00 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 20,345.00 26,255.00 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 2,200.00 13,745.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 12,200.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of monev 
invested in merchandise 42,375.00 40.140.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 36,500.00 36,500.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 1,380.00 3,170.00 

Household property 195,040.00 227,465.00 

Libraries 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 42,520.00 43,210.00 

All other property 273,525.00 285,445.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 28,725.00 30,275.00 

Stink nr shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 



Total assessment bv the 
assessor $ 4,(580,925.00 $ 4,844,375.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 334,065.00 37s. 290.00 



Total net assessment bv 
the assessor $ 4,346,860.00 $ 4,466,0S5.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 89.05 762.770.00 89.03 743,820.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 635.70 19,520.00 642.91 19,550.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,324.92 28,710.00 3,226.53 54,440.00 

AH other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 30,450.00 1,280.82 29,380.00 



Grand total $ 5,1S8,310.00 $ 5,313,275.00 

Number of military polls.... 1,686 1,686.00 1,923 1,923.00 



96 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ARCHULETA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY No. of 
Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 8,330 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land.. 2,075 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 129,966 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land -10 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land SO 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Chama Valley Land and Ir- 
rigation Company 

Timber Land — 

Acres of timber land 22,270 

Timber without the land 13,634 

Other Mineral Land- 
Property of Pagosa Springs 

Hot springs improvements 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Wm. E. Hughs' land grant 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 1,676 

Mules 32 

Asses 

Range cattle 7,000 

Dairy cattle 130 

Sheep 60,000 

Swine 244 

Goats 2, 154 

Farm implements 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. V; 


iluation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value per 
Acre. 


Valuation. 


$ 7.00 $ 


58,310.00 


8,260 
2,140 


$ 8.00 
2.50 


$ 66,080.00 


2.50 


5.1S7.0O 


5,350.00 




37,330.00 






36,600.00 


1.00 


129,966.00 


142, 460 


1.00 


142,460.00 


10.00 


400.00 
200.00 
100.00 








2.50 










26.000.00 


2.50 


55,675.00 


22. ISO 


2.50 


5,550.00 


1.50 


20,481.00 

14,000.00 
1.000.00 


9,800 




14,700.00 
15,000.00 










24,000.00 




3,125.00 






6,000.00 




50,676.00 






43,600.00 




53,426.00 






53,860.00 


Average 
per Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




$ 23.50 $ 


40,032.00 


1,690 




$ 38.S70.00 


32.00 


1,028.00 


35 
8,960 


8.50 


1,280.00 


7.52 


52,500.00 


76.160.00 


10 00 


1 300 00 








1.4S 


88,880.00 


58,990 


1 . 25 


73,840.00 


2.50 


650.00 


27.i 


3.30 


900.00 


.80 


1 , N4-J . CMI 


J.1SS 


.70 


1,530.00 
6.500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 97 

ARCHULETA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1912 
Average 

Vehicles, Etc. — No. of per Item. Valuation. No. of per Item. Valuation. 
Bicycles and motorcycles... 
Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 406 $ 23.25 $ 9,318.00 425 8,350.00 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


V; 


iluation. 


406 


$ 23.25 


$ 


9,318.00 


52 


32.45 




1,686.00 


135 


4.00 




543.00 

6,071.00 



Musical instruments 52 32.45 1,686.00 1.S00.O0 

Clocks and watches 135 4.00 543.00 135 575.00 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 6,071.00 6,700.00 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 

invested in merchandise 55,570.00 43,600.00 

• 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 27,200.00 56,840.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 6,334.00 7.400.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 4,342.00 5,000.00 

All other property 9.S60.00 3,680.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank (less amount invested 

in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 79.10 $9,470.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 158.29 31.08 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 63.10 94.19 

All other property returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization 8, 570. 00 



$ 737,040.00 $ 813,125.00 

43.069.00 42,600.00 

$ 693,971.00 $ 770.525.00 

630,250.00 79.10 630,400.00 

4,920.00 158.29 4.960.00 

5,940.00 89.20 1,480.00 



Grand total * 1,335,080.00 $ 1,415,935.00 

Number of military polls.... 352 352.00 348 348.00 

f4) 



98 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



BACA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 3911 AND 1912. 



FROrERTY No. of 

Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 335,285.32 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 4,108 

Mules 583 

Asses 

Range cattle 15,050 

Dairy cattle 125 

Sheep 56,950 

Swine 605 

Goats 

All other animals 45 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



1.56 $ 



523,882.00 343,588 

38,788.00 

65,964.00 

4,890.00 

13,588.00 



1.56 $ 



536.S56.00 
34,519.00 



4,890.00 
14, OSS. 00 



Average 
oer Head. 

$ 18.00 % 


74,311.00 


4,292 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 15.56 $ 


67.90S.00 


26.32 


15,345.00 


692 
15,902 




•TO g£ 

8.90 


15,791.00 


8.84 


133,060.00 


141,576.00 


12.27 


1,534.00 


94 




S.57 


806.00 


1.50 


85,366.00 


40, 591 




1.00 


40,591.00 


2.31 


1,399.00 


327 




1.77 


592.00 



37.00 



1,665.00 



63 



37.46 



2,360.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 91) 

BACA — Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE VIOARS 1011 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc. — No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles -1 

Automobiles 12 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 937 

Musical instruments 107 

Clocks and watches 304 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Farm implements 1,033 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 110 

All other property returned 
hv tbp State Board of 
Equalization , 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 784 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 




Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 




Valuation. 


$ 12.86 


$ 


270.00 


30 


$ 


12.00 


$ 


375.00 


109.67 




1,316.00 


10 




145.00 




1,450.00 


6.95 




6,526.00 


901 




6.37 




5,746.00 


10.84 




1,160.00 


103 




7.58 




781.00 


2.33 




711.00 

2,500.00 

380.00 

1,566.00 
1,897.00 


154 




2.41 




372.00 

2,260.00 

216.00 

633.00 

2,070.00 






11,956.00 










15,233.00 






5,057.00 


1,025 








4.152.00 
58.00 






6,204.00 










5,086.00 






23.00 










70.00 






598.00 










603.00 






3,930.00 










6,057.00 




$ 


1,003,8S6.00 
38,334.00 








.* 


905,139.00 
37,000.00 




$ 


965,552.00 








$ 


868,139.00 






4,460.00 


129 




30.94 




3,990.00 




$ 


970,012.00 
784.00 


845 






$ 


872.129.00 
845.00 



100 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



BENT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE' YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Valuation. 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 



lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

Agricultural implements 



3,339 
345 

7,014 

607 

101,854 

1,426 

20 



Average 

per Head. 

$ 29.05 

33.53 



8.20 

14.90 

.93 

2.10 

1.00 



9,501.00 
lie, 260. 00 
197,116.00 



96,990, 
11,567, 



57,492, 
9,040. 

95,588. 
3,002. 

[20, 

6,825. 



39,047.19 $ 20.44 $ 798,095.. 00 39,075 



285,797.00 

129,528.08 1.78 230,102.00 132.122 



3,769 
406 
30 
7,148 
1,359 
91,112 
1,884 



$ 801,645.00 



292,214.00 
238,901.00 



14,648.00 
13S, 766.00 
193,193.00 



Average 
per Item. 



113,815.00 
15,061.00 
50.00 
58,547.00 
16,313.00 
73,019.00 
4, SOS. 00 

9,3r>0.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 101 

BENT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 


No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Bicycles and motorcycles 


14 


$ 20.65 


$ 2S9.00 


16 




$ 437.00 




29 


176.00 


5,100.00 


3S 




6,290.00 


Carriages > and vehicles of 
every description 


739 


14.05 


10.3SO.00 


847 




11,757.00 




111 


53.00 


5,870.00 


166 




8,882.00 


Clocks and watches 


197 


4.93 


972.00 


231 




1,148.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 














Cash value bank deposits in 














Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 







Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 2,420.00 5,956.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 43,135.00 75.S0s.(in 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 640.00 798.00 

Household property 17,550.00 31,446.00 

Libraries 975.00 900.00 

Furniture and fixtures 4,270.00 5,437.00 

All other property 4,610.00 2,966.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) ....... 51,487.00 50.2S8.00 

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



Total assessment bv the 
assessor " $ 2,095,094.00 $ 2,172,143.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 71,000.00 96,400.00 



Total net assessment bv 
the assessor $ 2,024,094.00 $ 2,075,713.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 77.62 667,940.00 77.61 659,640.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 442.32 13,960.00 479.15 13,630.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 992.84 21,790.00 1,313.81 27,580.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 22,940.00 20,460.00 

Grand total $ 2,750,724.00 $ 2,797,053.00 

Number of military polls 592 592.00 613 613.00 



102 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



BOULDER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 
Average Average 
Value per Value per 
PROPERTY No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. Valuation. 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 95,310 

Acres of natural hay land... 6,637 
Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 130,664 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 5,083 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 420 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 3,752 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining' claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 5,823 

Mules 535 

Asses 

Range cattle 6,218 

Dairy cattle 3,761 

Sheep 3,407 

Swine 1,068 

Goats 

All other animals 



22.46 $ 


2,140,780.00 


96,403 


$ 2,034,163.00 


12.00 


79,67.3.00 


6,842 


78,262.00 




1,308,590.00 


1,369,815.00 


3.10 


405,160.00 


131,143 


460,750.00 




26,430.00 




31,340.00 


34.52 


175,485.00 


4,217 


147,660.00 




116,610.00 




104,360.00 


28.21 


11,850.00 


420 


11,859.00 


15.81 


59,340.00 


4,497 


62,490.00 




51,750.00 




43,610.00 




601,905.00 




591,095.00 




365,525.00 




336,885.00 




2,026,S85.0O 




2,035,695.00 




2,900,535.00 




2,971,320.00 



Average 
per Head. 
% 32.57 $ 


189,640.00 


5,786 


Average 
per Head. 

% 


181,330.00 


32.51 


17,395.00 


476 
4,555 






16,185.00 


10.14 


63,060.00 


45,130.00 


15.52 


58,495.00 


3,602 






59.6S5.00 


1.01 


3,455.00 


594 






620.00 


3.96 


4,230.00 


980 






3,620.00 









AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 103 

BOULDER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 85 

Automobiles 248 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


$ 14.24 


$ 1,210.00 


66 




$ 1,170.00 


277.86 


68,910.00 


282 




69,580.00 


16.65 


45,145.00 


2,496 




39,350.00 


64.65 


86,055.00 


1,308 




87,695.00 


8.82 


7,4SO.0O 
77,650.00 


769 




6,560.00 
63,750.00 




26,420.00 






27,920.00 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 2,718 

Musical instruments 1,331 

Clocks and watches 848 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 61,073.00 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 604,445.00 461,175.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 3,180.00 3,465.00 

Household property 334,725.00 336,650.00 

Libraries 5,333.00 6,020.00 

Furniture and fixtures 73,850.00 74,855.00 

All other property 180,240.00 44,745.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 219,640.00 239,435.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $12,241,080.00 $ 12,109,30S.OO 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 604,630.00 597,885.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $11,636,450.00 ....... $11,511,423.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 179.57 1,178,670.00 179.57 1,128,670.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 370.76 11,520.00 370.76 : 11,630.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 8,609.26 -. 148,160.00 8,180.76 136,110.00 

All other propertv returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 45,130.00 28,246.00 



Grand total $13,019,930.00 $12,816,079.00 

Number of military polls 3,147 3,147.00 



104 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CHAFFEE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value pei- 
Acre. 


Valuation. 


150 $ 20.00 


$ 3,000.00 


150 


$ 20.00 


$ 3.UO0.00 


1S.12S.66 12.26 


222,420.00 


23, 76S 


9.00 


234,325.00 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land, 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



5S, 986 



1.22 



14,921.06 



9.12 



1,720 

13 

5 

3,690 

920 

50 

548 

250 

60 



Average 

per Head. 

$ 18.00 

23.00 
5.00 
7.50 

14.50 

1.40 

4.14 

.52 

40.00 



19,100.00 



191,240.00 
348,100.00 
611,930.00 

2,995.00 

30,960.00 

300.00 

25.00 

27,675.00 

13,340.00 

70.00 

2,270.00 

130.00 

2. irio.oo 



72,360.00 

71,963.00 53,655 
13,435.00 



1.00 



136.0S0.00 15,037 
IS, 945. 00 



9.12 



1,402 



3.S16 
747 

49 
550 
210 

82 



Average 
per Head. 

$ 22.00 



82,510.00 

53,215.00 

4,130.00 



137,044.00 
24,985.00 

23,010.00 



183,090.00 
336,085.00 
630,764.00 

2,995.00 
31,930.00 



7.40 


28,245.00 


15.00 


11,455.00 


1.50 


70.00 


4.00 


2,270.00 


.50 


105.00 


20.00 


1,650.00 



1 



I 

K 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



105 



\ 

(X 



•V 



CHAFFEE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



"Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles... 6 

Automobiles 48 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 757 

Musical instruments 260 

Clocks and watches 270 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries , 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
ofl Equalization 136.91 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 631.54 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,632. OS 

All other property returned 
by the State 'Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 1,091 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 30.00 


$ 


Valuation. 

180.00 

11,900.00 


No. of 

76 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 252.00 


$ 


Valuation. 


248.00 


19,110.00 


21.81 




16,510.00 


748 


20.00 




15,120.00 


64.00 




16,640.00 


251 


62.00 




15,555.00 


11.00 




2,975.00 
1.S20.00 


249 


10.00 




2,655.00 
1,820.00 






1,430.00 








510.00 






133,100.00 








126,000.00 






400.00 














950.00 








865.00 






120,110.00 








131,920.00 






1,120.00 








910.00 






18,890.00 














5S, 100.00 








58,000.00 






63,120.00 








70,600.00 




$ 


2,235,9S3.00 
150.S15.00 






$ 


2,233,943.00 
169,900.00 




$ 


2,085,168.00 




$ 


2,064,043.00 






1,3S4, 340.00 


156.91 






1,371,380.00 






19,340.00 


623.38 






18,940.00 






28,090.00 


1,693.05 






28,160.00 






42,710.00 








44,267.00 




$ 


3,559,648.00 
1,091.00 


1,061 




$ 


3,526,790.00 
1,061.00 



JOG 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CHEYENNE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



on grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land.... 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 



Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally") — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



Valuation. 



No. of 



1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. Valuation. 



Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val.,$ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val.,$ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 



631,656 $ 1.90 $ 1,215,954.00 657,699 
29,771.00 



3,510 



3,022 

260 

50 

14,138 

17,350 
600 



26 



165.00 



111,630.00 

10,462.00 3,410 
41,930.00 



i 1,268,900.00 

38,926.00 



4,125.00 



210.00 



101,957.00 
13,615.00 

43,490.00 



Average 
per Head. 

$ 28.72 $ 


84,775.00 


3,010 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 26.50 $ 


79.SS0.00 


33.25 


7,985.00 


260 




30.00 


7,800.00 


10.00 


500.00 


21 






70.00 


10.53 


148,880.00 


13,141 
10,951 




10.60 
1.50 


139.405.00 


1.50 


25,825.00 


16,425.00 


8.88 


5,330.00 


338 




8.00 


2,745.00 



4,200.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



101 



CHEYENNE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 


No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Well drills and threshing- 
outfits 


15 




$ 6,245.00 


27 






$ 9,735.00 




15 


$ 300.00 


4,500.00 


20 


•$ 


263.00 


4,470.00 


Carriages and vehicles of 


832 


16.50 


13,728.00 


890 




15.00 


13,350.00 




95 


49.00 


4,650.00 


93 




57.00 


5,315.00 




87 


10.17 


8S5.00 


75 




11.00 


840.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
















Cash value bank deposits out 

















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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Telephone line in Cheyenne 
county 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
' of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



6,000.00 



25,240.00 



1,155.00 
24,790.00 
1,000.00 

4,245.00 
7,545.00 



$ 1,787,150.00 



132,093.00 



$ 1,655,057.00 

63.13 869,630.00 

569.70 17,710.00 



26,700.00 



Grand total 

Number of military polls 



$ 2,569,097.00 

900 900.00 



27,705.00 


2,500.00 


440.00 


23,975.00 



4,100.00 



7,580.00 



$ 1,817,-123.00 
129,565.00 



$ 1,6S7,S5S.0D 

832,230.00 

17,870.00 



30,010.00 



8S1 



$ 2, 567, 90S. 00 
SSI. 00 



10S 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CLEAR CREEK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average 
Value per 



PROPERTY No. of 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land and 
agricultural 29,472 



Average 

Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



No. of 



Acre. 



Valuation. 



$ 2.46 $ 



Improvements 
land 



on 



grazing 



Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on 
lands 



public 



Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization — 
Colorado & Southern road 
bed 

Montezuma Western Ry. Co. 

Live Stork- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



453 

12 

37 

504 



Average 
per Head. 
$ 25.00 

26.67 
10.00 
14.31 



72,565.00 



21,000.00 



2H.632 



657,760.00 
261,000.00 

115,810.00 



18,025.00 



5OS,450.00 



459,935.00 



6.1S5.00 
1,000.00 

11,310.00 
320.00 

370.00 
7,210.00 



22,200 $ 30.00 



Average 
ner Head. 



402 
10 
33 

509 



74,445.00 
21,025.00 



667,270.00 
259,000.00 

108,435.00 



67,500.00 
470,340.00 
467,905.00 



7,185.00 



11,100.00 

250.00 

330.00 

6,745.00 



AUDITOR OF STATIC OF COLORADO. 109 

r CLEAR CREEK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles — 


No. of 

6 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 50.00 


Valuation. 

$ 300.00 


No. of 

8 


Av 
pe 


1912 
erage 
r Item. 


Valuation. 

$ 400.00 




3 


500.00 


1,500.00 


8 






2,800.00 


Carriages and vehicles of 


353 


25.75 


9,090.00 


320 






7,500.00 


Musical instruments 


152 


53.12 


S, 075. 00 


150 






7,475.00 


Clocks and watches 


236 


2.50 


590.00 








915.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 






1,000.00 








6,750.00 


Cash value bank deposits out 

















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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 82,685.00 68,505.00 

Amount of capital employed 

in manufactures 1,000.00 2,100.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 675.00 925.00' 

Household property 155,800.00 150,130.00' 

Libraries 800.00 1,100.00 

Furniture and fixtures 14,390.00 18,680.00' 

All other property 2,450.00 2,500.00' 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 52,240.00 4S, 715.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 2,471,485.00 $ 2,480,865.00' 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 155,800.00 150,130.00' 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 2,315,685.00 $ 2,330,735.00' 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board , o a ion nn i 

of Equalization 41.77 205,330.00 ) l^OO $ 2,73S.'00 ( 260,800.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 

of Equalization 33.40 1,040.00 33.40 31.37 1,050.00' 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 1,296.93 22,320.00 1,325.49 1,664.00 22,040.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization (Adams Ex- 
press Co.) 25.77 2,480.00 2,796.00 



Grand total .$ 2,606,855.00 $ 2,617,421.00 

Number of military polls 516 516.00 457 457. K\ 



110 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CONEJOS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land.. 

Equity state land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 



No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 

$ 8.64 


Valuation. 


No. of 

143,889 
8,596 


1912 
Average 
Value per 
Acre. 


Valuation. 


139,362 


$ 1,201,913.00 


$ 1,199,386.00 


10,625 


15,002.00 


17,333.00 






108,468.00 






132,235.00 


145,620 


1.50 


218,530.00 
36,182.00 


147,020 




183,775.00 
36.9S5.00 



Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



oil Land- 
State land (equity ex.) 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands, exempt 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Lire Stock— 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sl.eep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



16,040.00 



4,500 



7,545.00 
17S, 627.00 
306,941.00 



16,655.00 



7,262.00 
182,816.03 
317,601.00 

2,597.00 





Average 
per Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




4,041 


$ 23.45 $ 


94,798.00 


3,490 




$ 


94,506.00 


121 


32.00 
9.64 


3,862.00 


73 
9,552 






2,410.00 


9,448 


91,089.00 


84,298.00 








265 






6,625.00 


118, 277 


1.02 


121, 089.00 


89,139 






93,089.00 


1,627 


4.75 


6,736.00 


1, 171 

127 






.6,117.00 


164 


Mil. Oft 


583.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. Ill 

CONEJOS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles.. 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash \alue bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state. : 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of Indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per [tern. 


Valuation. 


16 


$ 31.56 


$ 505.00 


24 






$ 725.00 


46 


159. U0 


7,350.00 


56 







7,040.0:) 


1,103 


22.20 


15,728.00 


1,052 






25,431.00 


236 


38.00 


9,013.00 


217 






8,170.00 


169 




1,031.00 


129 






807.00 






51,736.00 








44,950.00 



Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 93,080.00 105,310.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 32,840.00 13,300.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 1,090.00 1,915.00 

Household property 99,828.00 55,857.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 23,965.00 

All other property 35,576.00 35,060.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 4,100.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 4,850.00 



Total assessment bv the 
assessor $ 2,774,615.00 $ 2,711,235.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 216,424.00 169,833.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 2,558,221.00 $ 2,541,402.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 73.85 $9,470.00 699,360.00 73.85 699,530.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 231.61 31.08 7,200.00 231.61 7,260.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 1,309.92 17.21 22,540.00 1,602.48 26,650.00 

All other propertv returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization 8,730.00 10,830.00 



Grand total $ 3,288,151.00 $ 3,285,672.00 

Number of military polls.... 1,569 1,569.00 1,420 1,420.00 



112 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



COSTILLA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
.land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



No 


, of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 

$ 5.74 
4.00 

1.20 


Valuation. 


No. of 

ins, 152 
11,800 

161,240 


1912 
Average 
Value per 
Acre. 

$ 5.80 
4.00 

1.20 


Valuation. 


10S, 
11, 


452 
800 


$ 622,390.00 
47,200.00 


$ 629,310.00 
47,200.00 




53,053.00 
187,759.00 
23.780.00 


50,376.00 


156, 


722 


193,488.00 
28.640.00 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Acres of desert land 

Improvements on desert land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lancls— 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



665, 135 



1,581 



1,621 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



109 



.14 



2.00 



10.00 



3.00 



93.11S.00 662,135 

5,650.00 

3,162.00 1,581 

1.500.00 

li;. 210.00 1,792 



.20 



10.00 



10.00 



16,037.00 
119,487.00 
84,041.00 

307.00 



109 



2. SI 



132,427.00 
103,354.00 

15,810.00 

1,500.00 
17,920.00 



16,220.00 

116,977.00 

85,016.00 

307.00 



2,399 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 29.00 $ 


69,604.00 


2,665 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 24.34 $ 


64,872.00 


253 




40.00 


10,350.00 


250 




38.00 


9,665.00 


20 




5.00 


100.00 


15 




5.00 


75.00 


6.149 




10.00 


65,100.00 


7,359 




10.00 


73,590.00 


366 




20.00 


7,325.00 


1SS 




34.00 


6,507.00 


23,513 




1.50 


35,266.00 


15.995 




1.55 


24,848.00 


902 




3.00 


2,721.00 


947 




3.24 


3,666.00 


630 




2.00 


1,260.00 


500 




2.00 


1,000.00 


46 




36.00 


1.65S.00 


41 




22.4.1 


921.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 113 



3TILLA- 


-C 


Concluded. 








ESSMENT 


FOR THE' YEARS 1911 


AND 1912. 




1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 15.00 $ 


Vi 


iluation. 

183.00 


No. of 

14 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 22.11 $ 


Valuation. 

310.00 


300.00 




4, 512. 00 


33 


254.00 


. 8,090.00 


25.00 




25,478.00 


1,659 


13.34 


22,145.00 


45.00 




6,239.00 


120 


17.64 


5,717.00 


4.88 




1,446.00 
2,020.00 


211 


4.90 


1,039.00 







Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 12 

Automobiles 15 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1, 000 

Musical instruments 139 

Clocks and watches 300 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
C.'ish value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 18,061.00 5,870.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 7,090.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 61,325.00 51,444.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 1,550.00 1,600.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 41,522.00 31.98S.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 2,640.00 3,054.00 

All other property 109,697.00 79,431.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 1,741,751.00 $ 1.S40.S67.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 116,041.00 112,660.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 1,625,710.00 $ 1,728,207.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 95.25 75.90 722.9S0.00 95.25 74.84 712,920.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 189.84 31.08 5,900.00 189.84 31.37 5,960.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 466.41 17.21 8,020.00 732.29 16.64 12,170.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 19,290.00 21,680.00 



Grand total $ 2.3S1. 900.00 $ 2,480,937.00 

Number of military polls.... 894 894.00 863 863.00 



114 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CROWLEY. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of natural hay land.... 


No. of 

34,007.71 

59,974.04 


1911 
Average 
Value pei- 
Acre. 

$ 25.50 
l.SO 


Valuation. 


No. of 

214 

39,007 

55,710 


1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 

$ 30.00 
25.50 

2.00 


Valuation. 

$ 6,620.00 
1,008,285.00 


$ 869,471.00 


Acres of dry farming land... 






Improvements on all lands.. 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 


239,875.00 
108,119.00 


217,689.00 
115,737.00 


Coal Land- 


3,225.00 




Acres of non-productive coal 




Improvements on productive 






Improvements on non-pro- 






Oil Land- 
Equities in state land 

Improvements on oil land — 

Other Mineral Land— 
Acres of other mineral land 




12,440.00 








t 


Improvements on other min- 






Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 














Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 






37,615.00 

60,953.00 

134,325.00 


13,475.00 


Town and City Lots — 
Improvements on town and 


79,469.00 
127,778.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Bees 

All other animals. 



Average 

per Head. 

2,614 $ 33.00 



141 



5,491 

21,650 
1,562 



40.00 



8.00 



1.20 
3.00 



86,565.00 


2,730 


Av 

per 

$ 


erage 
Head. 

32.00 $ 


89,778.00 


5,665.00 


132 
4,716 


- 


41.00 

14.00 


5,435.00 


50.54S.00 


67,695.00 




759 




18.00 


14,130.00 


28,950.00 


21,841 




1.25 


28,882.00 


4,845.00 


2, 577 




2.60 


6,755.00 


1,823.00 








427.00 




127 




P.1.00 


3.978.00 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 

48 


1912 
A\ i:rage 
per Item. 

$ 108.00 


Valuation. 


$ 173.40 


$ 4,435.00 


$ 5,235.00 


14.00 


14,065.00 


944 


12.00 


11,947.00 


42.00 


7,320.00 


21G 


47.00 


10,252.00 


5.00 


1,373.00 


440 


3. SO 


L, 689.0M 









AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 1 1 5 

CROWLEY— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 25 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 975 

Musical instruments 171 

Clocks and watches 255 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 14,270.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 8,335.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

Farm implements 

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 31.50 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 239. fi4 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 5S3.71 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 693 















27,785.00 






54,759.00 




925.00 






2,880.00 




35,845.00 






37,889.00 






10,835.00 




18,483.00 






119,821.00 




25,736.00 






17,838.00 




12,811.00 






15,342.00 




$ 1,795,029.00 




$ 


2,511,493.00 




111,008.00 






107,711.00 




$ 1,684,021.00 




$ 


2,413,782.00 




386,840.00 


31.32 $12,281.00 




384,640.00 




7.860.00 


62 31.37 




1,940.00 




10.040.00 


754.86 16.64 




12,550.00 




13,790.00 






13,330.00 




.... $ 2,102,551.00 




% 


2.511.493.00 




693.00 


1,638 




1,638.00 



116 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OUSTER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land — 
Acres of dry farming land.. 
Improvements on all lands.. 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
Value per 
Acre. A 

$ 10.02 $ 
S.02 

1.29 


Valuation. 


No. of 

6,645 
9.25S 

91,289 


1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 

$ ' S.OO 
10.00 

1.25 


Valuation. 






$ 53,905.00 
92,780.00 


8,978 
6,548 


89,980.00 
52,530.00 
92,580.00 

12:!, 080. 00 


94, 785 


107,335.00 
124.300.00 



3,432 



10.00 



1,350 



7,931 

913 

274 



34,320.00 3.417 10.00 
12,510.00 



9,125.00 
18,331.00 
47,989.00 



34,470.00 
2S,630.00 



6,095.00 
17,300.00 
38,155.00 



Average 

Der Head. 

$ 25.87 $ 


34,925.00 


1,311 


Average 

per Head. 

$ 25.00 $ 


34,315.00 




21.87 
8.04 


175.00 


7 
7,532 




25.00 
8.00 


175.00 




63.7S0.0O 


60,910.00 




2.49 




240 
54 




10.00 
2.40 


2,655.00 




2,280.00 


130.00 




4.19 


1,150.00 


349 




4.00 


1,365.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 117 

CUSTER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 


No 


. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Val 


uation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Val 


uation. 


Bicycles and motorcycles — 






















2 

448 


$ 75.00 
19.08 


$ 


150.00 
8,550.00 


10 
497 


$ 210.00 
15.50 


$ 


2,100.00 


Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 


7,705.00 


Musical instruments 




71 


31.47 




2,235.00 


59 


37.00 




2,200.00 


Clocks and watches 




8 


8.75 




70.00 


14 


. 9.00 




130.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 










9,360.00- 








2,065.00 


Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 





















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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 












Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 


16,965.00 
430.00 

100.00 
IS, 480.00 


L'2.335.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 






19,935.00 


Furniture and fixtures 




170.00 


All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 


9,490.00 


10,260.00 


Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 












Total assessment by the 




$ 


67S.585.00 
4S, 525.00 




. $ 669,420.00 


Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. . 


51,350.00 


Total net assessment by 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 


13.05 

50.60 
225.84 


$ 

$ 9,470.00 
31.08 
17.21 


630,060.00 

123,580.00 

1,570.00 

3.S90.00 

3,420.00 


13.05 
50.60 
226.84 


$ 618,070.00 

123,640.00 

1,590.00 

3 760 00 


Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 


All other property returned 
by the State Board of 


3,840.00 






Number of military polls 


256 


$ 


762,520.00 
256.00 


201 


$ 750,900.00 
201.00 



118 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



DELTA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Hives of bees 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


6,500 


$ 75.00 


$ 487,500.00 


7,018 


$ 75.00 


$ 52,635.00 


46,985 


32.79 
10.00 


1,540,790.00 


49,607 
47, 955 


40.20 
10.00 


1,993,500.00 


43, 447 


434,470.00 


479,550.00 






366,035.00 






397,780.00 


70,037 


1.25 


87,545.00 


71,906 


1.25 


S9,SS0.00 


400 


50.00 


20,000.00 


400 


50.00 


20,000.00 


3,853.14 


20.00 


77,000.00 
6,000.00 


4,019 


20.00 


80.3SO.00 
6,000.00 



3,SO0.00 
354,420.00 
485,150.00 



6,905.00 
355,970.00 
504,470.00 



4,036 


Average 
per Head. 

J 31.81 $ 


128,440.00 


4,347 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 30.59 $ 


132,965.00 


125 


37.00 


4,660.00 


131 




35. SS 


4,700.00 


2,850 




2,850.00 


3,495 






3,495.00 


10,000 


10.00 


101,395.00 


13,104 




9.90 


129,100.00 


1,264 


20.00 


25,555.00 


1,452 




20.00 


29,015.00 


17,536 


2.00 


35,085.00 


21,933 




2.00 


43.SS0.00 


554 


3.00 


1,695.00 


958 




3.00 


2,990.00 


140 


2.00 


280.00 


ISO 




2.00 


360.00 


5 




170.00 


7 




40.00 


285.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



119 



DELTA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 



Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

amount of n.oney, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



rank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



>Jo. of 

12 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 
$ 165.00 


No. of 

7 


1912 
Average 

per Item. 
$ 47.00 


Valuation. 
$ 330.00 


81 


$ 


280.00 


22,500.00 


109 




240.00 


26,225.00 


1,269 




20.55 


26,635.00 


1, 449 




18.72 


27,125.00 


298 




97.00 


2S.S45.00 


337 




86.73 


29,230.00 


83 




8.67 


720.00 


120 






945.00 



41,300.00 



169,440.00 
7,775.00 

723.00 
18,995.00 
2,100.00 
33,060.00 
41,975.00 

58,660.00 

1,575.00 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



$ 4,617,370.00 



175, 400.00 



44.S10.00 



163,590.00 
9,800.00 

1,375.00 

30,805.00 

3,100.00 

35,185.00 

44,220.00 

65,700.00 

1,940.00 

$ 4,818,300.00 

163,200.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Mili=s of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 69.75 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 182.68 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 2,050.44 

All other propertv returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization 



Grand total 

Number of military polls. 



$ 4,441,970.00 



660,530.00 



1,722 



5,680.00 



44,730.00 



16,090.00 



$ 5,169,000.00 
1,722.00 



$ 4,655,100.00 

69.75 $9,472.00 660,690.00 
1S2.6S 31.37 5,730.00 
54,730.00 



2,629.65 



19,450.00 



1,758 



$ 5,395,700.00 
1,758.00 



120 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



DENVER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY No. of 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming- land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing- claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 2,768 

Mules 268 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 2,489 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 623 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



$ 51,643,672.00 
14.162,095.00 



Average 
per Head. 



32S.030.00 
15,080.00 



50.S50.00 



3,760.00 



3,445 

312 



1,815 



508 



55.281.S21.00 
45,476,890.00 



Average 
per Head. 



294,520.00 
12,310.00 



53,955.00 



5,370.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 121 

DENVER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


1,181 






$ 31,400.00 


1,377 




$ 24,770.00 


2,700 






871,820.00 


3,073 




1,004,715.00 


6,308 






212,490.00 


G, 574 




199,820.00 


17,851 






1,168,280.00 


19,522 




1,321,853.00 


5,975 






140,S02.00 


7,046 




135,105.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 2,518,660.00 2,555,280.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items, as fixed by 
the Colorado Tax Commis- 
sion 11,017,975.00 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise S,369,060.00 6,911,230.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 292,205.00 348,015.00 

Household property 5,901,955.00 5,140,540.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 1,765,745.00 2,565,105.00 

All other property 726,315.00 706,405.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) -3,503,328.00 3,807,380.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 9,266,590.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $130,972,137.00 $136,863,059.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 5,372,237.00 5,645,481.00 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor $125,599,900.00 $131,217,578.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 72.33 856,820.00 72.13 883,510.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 663.43 20,720.00 632.83 26,662.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 97,808.07 1,6.83,280.00 101,448.80 1,689,290.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 24,780.00 870.94 18,080.00 



Grand total $128,185,500.00 $133,835,040.00 

Number of military polls.... 21,957 21,957.00 34,280 34,280.00 



122 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



DOLORES. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of timber land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of Grazing land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, placer 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



785 $ 6.00 
4,542 3.14 



5,726 



681 



1.25 



10.00 



4,710.00 

14,245.00 
3,200.00 
7,157.00 



6,810.00 



185.43 10.00 1,854.00 



3,203.15 25.00 80,079.00 
24,222.00 



6,700.00 



4,260.00 
41,822.00 
44,113.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



852 



$ 6.00 $ 



5,816 



1.25 



6S1 



HI. (HI 



185 



3,097 



in., m 



25.00 



5,112.00 

3,780.00 
7,270.00 
1.261.00 

6,814.00 



1,851.00 

77,425.00 
25,497.00 

7, 70S. 00 

8,010.00 
42,974.00 
43,643.00 



386 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 26.40 $ 


10,190.00 


461 


Average 

per Head. 

$ 30.27 $ 


13,955. CO 


25 




30.40 


760.00 


2S 




32. S6 


920.00 


12 




5.41 


65.00 


10 




9.00 


90.00 


4,110 




8.36 


34,379.00 


4,955 




10.64 


52,753.00 


28 




15.35 


430.00 


22 




15.00 


330.00 


1,200 




1.50 


1,800.00 


4,199 




2.00 


8,402.00 


22 




4.10 


90.00 


25 




4.40 


110.00 









AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



123 



DOLORES— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 




No 


. of 
1 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 60.00 

20.16 
45.95 

10.60 


$ 


Valuation. 

60.00 


No 


. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 22.50 
48.41 
11.25 


Valuation. 










Carriages and vehicles 
every description 


of 




64 
21 
42 


1,290.00 
965.00 
445.00 




56 
22 
24 


$ 1,260.00 

1,065.00 

270.00 






Clocks and watches 

Moneys, Credits, Etc- 
Cash value bank deposits 


in 


Cash value bank deposits 
of state 


out 















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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise... 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization, Globe Ex- 
press Co 



Grand total 

Number of military polls 



130.00 







17.70 










12,780.00 


11,380.00 




405.00 
2,985.00 


145.00 
2,550.00 




2,250.00 


2,350.00 
5,360.00 




4.S95.00 












$ 


314,216.00 
3,754.00 


$ 


338,663.00 
2,692.00 


$ 

$ 5,196.00 


310,462.00 
91,960.00 


4,500.00 


$ 


335,971.00 

79,650.00 



35.00 


31.08 
94.19 


1,090.00 


35 

17.70 


31.37 
123.38 


1,100.00 


17.70 


1,670.00 


2,180.00 




$ 


405,182.00 
123.00 


130 


$ 


421,593.00 


123 


130.00 






124 



15IEXXIAL REPORT 



DOUGLAS. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



12.85 $ 
5.90 
3.00 



1.75 



57,240.00 6,752 

18,460.00 3,551 

65,140.00 21,339 



597,255.00 331,154 
288,535.00 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
PROPERTY No. of Acre. Valuation. 

Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 4,526.36 

Acres of natural hay land... 3,120.65 
Acres of dry farming land... 21,581.60 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 340,233.86 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 2,515 

Mules 85 

Asses 

Range cattle 9,150 

Dairy cattle 4,679 

Sheep 1,015 

Swine 732 

Goats 

All other animals 532 2.00 1,045.00 



4,380.00 
30,360.00 
77,480.00 



1912 
Average 
"Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



12.70 
S.00 
3.00 



1.80 



86,255.00 
27,685.00 
64,095.00 



609,115.00 
268,240.00 



4,715.00 
27,830.00 
78,930.00 



Average 
oer Head. 

$ 35.00 $ 


87,495.00 


2,727 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 31.50 $ 


83,310.00 


32.00 


2,730.00 


97 
7,950 




40.00 
10.50 


3,725.00 


10.90 


100,270.00 


S4,610.00 


16.55 


76,865.00 


4,602 




16.00 


73. 640. 00 


1.50 


1,525.00 


100 




1.50 


150.00 


5.10 


3,720.00 


510 




0.00 


2,530.00 



42 



1.65 



csit.on 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. Of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


$ 20.00 


$ 105.00 


10 


$ 


17.00 


$ 170.00 


240.00 


3,825.00 


21 




200.00 


4,800.00 


11.27 


11, !C0. 00 








11,955.00 


43.40 


5,600.00 


125 




45.00 


5,075.00 




S15.00 


93 




S.50 


735.00 




10,500.00 








6,320.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 125 

DOUGLAS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 5 

Automobiles 16 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 836 

Musical instruments 129 

Clocks and watches 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 1,030.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 89.69 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 1,761.49 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 1,899.50 

All other property returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 476 









21,140.00 


21,355.00 


215,505.00 




224,085.00 


465.00 




415.00 


28,470.00 




26,S20.00 


355.00 




450.00 


4,160.00 




5,440.00 


81,950.00 




79,155.00 


7,880.00 




10.6S5.00 


2,110.00 




2,110.00 


$ 1,808,340.00 


$ 1,839,100.00 


82,180.00 




83,190.00 


$ 1,726,160.00 




$ 1,755,910.00 


1,062,510.00 


102.45 


1,070,950.00 


54,250.00 


1,797.84 


54,300.00 


32,690.00 


1,904.23 


31.670.00 


42,280.00 




43,040.00 


$ 2,917,890.00 




$ 2,955,730.00 


476.00 


463 


463.00 



12G 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



EAGLE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land.. 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



on grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind therof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., .$ ) 

Machinery on mines 



Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 



Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



29,051 



3.60 



5.33S 



12,670.00 
35, ISO. 00 
75,560.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



20,735 $ 11.55 $ 239,551.00 20,011 



73,765.00 

105,024.00 60,429 



88, 577.00 5,338 
34,550.00 

31,012.00 



$ 44(5.012.00 



76,940.00 
129,844.00 



S8.932.00 
11,830.00 

60,234.00 

29,895.00 

12,560.00 
36,715.00 
79,730.00 



2,100 

12 
18 


Average 

per Head. 

$ 28.72 $ 

25.00 

2.28 

10.20 

1.20 
5.53 
1.50 


60,325.00 

300.00 

41.00 

118,920.00 


2,165 
17 

14,010 

9,459 

207 

288 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 


59,457.00 
395.00 


11,659 


143,516.00 


6,331 

177 
200 


7,557.00 
979.00 
300.00 
150.00 


9,778.00 
1,035.00 


1 


838.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 1-7 

EAGLE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1012. 

1912 
Average 
No. of per Item. Valuation. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 


No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Bicycles and motorcycles 














Carriages and vehicles of 


521 


$ 21.90 


$ 11,410.00 




125 


79.00 


9,945.00 




122 


8.70 


1,060.00 



614 $ 11,150.00 

Ml. 015.00 

si 735.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits In 
state . '. 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 20,338.00 23,190.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 


« 








Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 


30,135.00 


30,695.00 
17,385.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 


520.00 
22,987.00 


195.00 




22,225.00 








All other property 


28,046.00 


14,799.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 




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












Total assessment by the 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 




$ 1,018,902.00 
59,245.00 


$ 1,319,000.00 
66,221.00 


Total net assessment by 


102.64 
403.15 
778.20 


$ 959,657.00 

22,718.00 
12,530.00 
14,340.00 
37,710.00 


102. 64 
403.15 
768.45 


$ 1 252,779.00 


Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 


874,060.00 
12,650.00 


Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 


13,240.00 


All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 


39,750.00 






Number of miiltary polls 


58S 


$ 1,046,955.00 
588.00 


515 


$ 2,193,479.00 
515.00 



12S 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ELBERT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1S12. 



PROPERTY" No. of 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land.. 40,000 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 734,415 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 3,460 

Mules 177 

Asses 

Range cattle 9,595 

Dairy cattle 2,000 

Sheep 34,678 

Swine 277 

Goats 

All other animals 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



No. of 



1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



$ 5.00 * 



1.37% 



200,000.00 48,770 

60,000.00 

1,007,403.00 761,162 

65,315.00 

16,595.00 

8,515.00 

46,090.00 



5.00 



1.16 



243,850.00 
65,670.00 

985,354.00 
67,385.00 



12,550.00 
11,558.00 
48,932.00 



Average 
per Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




$ 28.65 $ 


99,130.00 


3,041 


$ 


24.23 $ 


73,690.00 


34.25 


6,065.00 


182 

8,661 




25.19 
8.88 


4,585.00 


8.83 


84,720.00 


76,912.00 


15.00 


30,000.00 


1,892 




15.00 


2S,3S0.00 


1.4S 


51,580.00 


34,205 




.744 


25,450.00 


6.53 


1,870.00 


104 




4.42 


460.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 129 

ELBERT— -Concluded. 

ABSTRACT'S OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles... 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 150.00 


Val 


uation. 


No. of 

10 


1912 
Average 
per Ilem. 

$ 153.50 


Val 

$ 


uation. 


5 


750.00 


1,535.00 


1,000 




8.00 




8,000.00 
3,000.00 


900 


7.00 




6,300.00 
2,500.00 


110 




5.00 




550.00 


120 


4.00 




480.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 10.000.00 m, 000.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 35,000.00 34,400.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 8,000.00 7, 950. CO 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 5,000.00 4.S00.09 

All other property 2,120.00 2,200.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 15,000. 00 14,915.00 

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



% 1,764,703.00 $ 1,73,850.00 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 34.3iiO.00 75,000.0.) 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 1,730,403.00 $ 1,654,856.09 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 111.61 1,013,190.00 111.01 991,630.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 563. OS 17,500.00 563.08 17,000.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 320.06 5. "10. 00 320.06 5,310.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 61,755.00 35,280.00 

Grand total $ 2,828,358.00 $ 2,704,736.00 

Number of military polls.... 044 044.00 520 520. or, 



(5) 



130 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



EL PASO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



173,247 



PROPERTY No. Of 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 16,802 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land.. 160,605 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land... 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. Valuation. 

$ 20.00 $ 336,120.00 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on p u b 1 i c 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



1,305 



512 



4.00 



1.50 



50.00 



,460.00 



4,420.00 



48,740.00 
5,160,220.00 
6,344,470.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



17,190 



642,420.00 165,060 

1,518,710.00 

709,870.00 487,654 

136,160.00 

67,250.00 1,180 



512 



343,800.00 

660,240.00 

1.371,770.00 

731,480.00 

132,400.00 

59,020.00 



7,600.00 



4,520.00 



52,200.00 
5. 224. 250.00 
6,575,S50.00 



6,668 


Average 
per Head. 
% 27.00 $ 


1S0,S60.00 


6,752 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 26.00 $ 


167,420.00 


450 




30.90 
9.00 


13,930.00 


4S0 
11,711 




30.00 
9.00 


14,S70.00 


14, 300 


127,020.00 


105,390.00 


5,540 




14.15 


78,910.00 


o, 553 




15.00 


86,540.00 


28,068 




1.35 


37,910.00 


26,428 




1.50 


39.UHU.0U 


1,693 




4.00 


• 6.7S0.00 


1,434 




3.50 


5,210.00 



535 



10.37 



5,500.00 



523 



7.50 



4,020.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. L3J 

EL PASO — Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE' YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 633 

Automobiles 4SS 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 3,358 

Musical instruments 2,091 

Clocks and watches 883 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 303.16 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 2,801.41 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 11,893.72 

All other propertv returned 
by the State "Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 4.S82 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 25.00 


Valuation. 
$ 16,100.00 


No. of 
539 


U12 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 25. 00 


Valuation. 
$ 13,810.00 


325.25 


158,590.00 


617 


320.00 


1m;, 670.00 


21.00 


71,800.00 


3.30S 


20.00 


66,6X0.00 


56.00 


116,530.00 


2, 207 


53.00 


118,760.00 


IS. 00 


16,150.00 
303,460.00 


734 


20.00 


15,430.00 
290,120.00 




29, 170.00 






42,190.00 




81,570.00 






61,770.00 




196,300.00 






211, 300.00 




979,520.00 






982,150.00 




40,140.00 






39,810.00 




855,630.00 






891,020.00 




210,000.00 


200,030.00 




634,770.00 






631,560.00 




683,100.00 






693,850.00 




$ 19,819,SS0.00 






$ 20,040,120.00 




902,800.00 






923,620.00 




$ 18,917,080.00 






$ 19,116,500.00 




2. 889, 000. 00 


303.16 




2,889,230.00 




86,530.00 


15,489.61 




297,020.00 




210,810.00 


125 




6.S80.00 




105,800.00 






99,522.00 




$ 22,209,220.00 






$ 22.409,152.00 




4,882 


5,136 




5,136.00 



132 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



FREMONT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land.. 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land. 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



1911 
Average 
Valua per 
No. of Acre. 


Valuation, 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value per 
Acre. 


Valuation. 


2,737.98 


$ 131.67 


$ 361,410.00 


2,745 


$ 136.32 


$ 374,405.00 


18,583.66 


15.97 


296,825.00 


18,358 


19.58 


358,145.00 


5,580.40 


8.77 


18,955.00 


2,580 


6.77 


17,370.00 






695,630.00 






778, 190.00 


130,509.15 


2.61 


350,735.00 


141,539 


2.48 


351,905.00 


23,992.7 


23.77, 


569,860.00 


29, 660 


20.23 


600.240.00 



12, 799 



6.62 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-produeing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



7.94S 



5.05 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live StOCk— 

1 [orses 

Mules 

s 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

ah other animals. 



3.G40 

178 

11,484 
1,170 

372 



84,740.00 in,004 



40,210.00 



10,652 



12,065.00 
986,246.00 
919,445.00 



7.43 



1.68 



74,330.00 



49.S6O.O0 



4,845.00 
903,920.00 
859.015.00 



Average 
per Head. 
$ 23.92 $ 


88,100.00 


3.fflS 


Average 

per Head. 

$ 21.80 $ 


78,870.00 


33.60 


5,990.00 


206 
9,013 




29.49 
8.00 


0,075.0(1 


8.25 


94,940.00 


72,040.00 


17.88 


20,925.00 


1,045 




16.35 


18.in.-i.on 


6.65 


2.475.00 


1,450 




1.24 


1.S10.00 






753 




3.55 


2.615.00 



AUDITOR 


OF STATE 


OF COLORADO. 




133 


FREMONT— 


Concluded. 








THE ASSESSMENT 


FOR THE YE 


IARS 1911 


AND 1912. 




No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


215 


$ 13.39 $ 


2,880.00 


213 


$ 12.06 $ 


2,570.00 


135 


112.96 


25,250.00 


192 


163.43 


31,380.00 


1,889 


20.37 


38,490.00 


2,159 


16.21 


35,005.00 


973 


48.97 


47,655.00 


948 


42.33 


40,135.00 


599 


12.86 


7,705.00 


497 


10.07 


5,010.00 









Vehicles, Etc. — 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 16,770.00 9,200.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 100,955.00 155,200.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 460,940.00 394,935.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 6,185.00 2,480.00 

Household property 322,205.00 293,012.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 47,485.00 41,945.00 

All other property 75,540.00 22,922.00 

Eank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 79,945.00 91,640.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 5,870,556.00 $ 5,677,474.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 463,986.00 439,095.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 5,406,571.00 $ 5,238,379.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 144.09 1,461,540.00 144.10 10,133.31 1,460,210.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 867 25,050.00 862.80 29.61 25,550.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 3,506.02 60,340.00 4,331.75 16.63 72,070.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 43,530.00 46,846.00 



Grand total $ 6,997,031.00 $ 6,843,055.00 

Increase assessment bv Tax 
Commission 283,185.00 



Total $ 7,126, 240. 00 

Number of military polls.... 2,774 2,774.00 2,667 2,667.00 



134 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



GARFIELD. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS mil AND 1912. 



28.76 $ 

IS. 03 

6.06 



1.25 



38,995.00 2,158 

770.2U5.00 44,272 

73,450.00 21,236 

420,080.00 

140,655.00 112,080 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
PROPERTY No. of Acre. Valuation 

Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land. 1,356 

Acres of irrigated land 42, 929 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land.. 14,516 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 112,133 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 2,000 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 1,406 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 2,338 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on p u b 1 i c 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 5, 168 

Mules 159 

Range cattle 17,521 

Dairy cattle 1,231 

Sheep 9, 801 

Swine 2,115 

Goats 6 

All other animals, including 

bees 2,035 3.36 6,820.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. ot Acre. 



50.00 


100,000.00 


1,950 


23.30 


28,585.00 
20,200.00 


1,447 


5.20 


12,180.00 


2,528 




27,950.00 






266,215.00 






453,670.00 




Average 
per Head. 
$ 25.36 $ 


131,080.00 


5,254 


26.23 


4,170.00 


175 


8.38 


146,990.00 


23, 279 


15. Ou 


18,465.00 


1,540 


1.50 


14,700.00 


4,664 


3.36 


7,105.00 


2,013 


2.50 


15.00 





Valuation. 

( 56,755.00 
799,635.00 



Average 
per Head. 



2. ins 



97,705.00 

497.160.0J 
143,085.00 
25,000.00 
97,500.00 
30,735.00 
25, 000. 0^ 



18,035.00 



2G, 515.00 
275,490.0) 
448,735.00 



143,260.00 
4,855.00 

189,670.00 

22,100.03 

6,850.(0 

7,140.00 



7,410.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



L3o 



GARFIELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash \alue bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 217.00 


Valuation. 


No. of 
43 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


31 


$ 6,725.00 


$ 8,475.00 


1,776 


16. IS 


29,275.00. 


1,753 




31,975.00 


2S0 


47.2S 


13,240.00 


277 




17,065.00 


162 


12.48 


2,185.00 


115 




1,380.00 









Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Rank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 162.91 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 658.90 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 2,295.58 

All other property returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization 



1,. -..-ii. in i 



Grand total 

Number nf military polls. 



1,240 



139, 4S5.H0 



1,545.00 

103,435.00 

1,000.00 

33,005.00 

72,330.00 

114,920.00 



$ 3,206,485.00 

215,655.00 

$ 2,990,830.00 

1 . r.19,560.00 

19,720.00 

55,510.00 

61,880.00 

$ 4,647,500.00 
1, 240.no 



2.446.40 



2, Mil 1. 1 10 



135,465.00 



1.793.00 

107,130.00 

1,000.00 

33,310.00 

83,705.00 

123,925.00 



$ 3,465,650.00 



220,465.00 



$ 3,245.185.00 

162.91 1,505,880.00 

635.91 19,620.00 



47,100.00 



62,025.00 



1 . 296 



$ 4,879,S10.00 
1.296.00 



136 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GILPIN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

PROPERTY No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. Valuation. 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 23,420 $ 1.25 $ 29,276.00 17,948 $ 1.25 $ 22,430.00 

Improvements on grazing 
land 2,270.00 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land '. 



Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, gold 
and silver 8,039 5.00 40,195.00 11,211 5.00 56,055.00 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 476,809.00 477,068.00 

Improvements on metallifer- „„„ .„„ „„ 
ous mining claims 393,132.00 390,322.00 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining „„„„.„ 
claims (gross val., $ ) 51,898.00 7H.OS2.00 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 13,829.00 12,000.00 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 492,121.00 199,334.00 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Average Average 

Livestock— per Head. per Head. 

Horses 319 $ 28.00 $ 8,810.00 322 $ 25.00 $ S, 050.00 

Mules 4 25.00 100.00 6 25.00 150.00 

Asses 

Range cattle 327 14.42 1.715.00 267 15.00 4,020.00 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 35 1.00 35.00 

All other animals 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 137 

GILPIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles 


No. of 

1 

249 
97 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 300.00 

29.24 
76.00 


Valuation. 


No. of 

1 

266 
98 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 50.00 

25.00 
75.00 


Valuation. 
$ 50.00 




$ 300.00 

7, 280. 00 

7,350.00 

50.00 




Carriages and vehicles of 


6 665 00 


Musical instruments 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 


7,600.00 
250.00 


Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 







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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise .'. 90,775.00 89,080.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 1,250.00 

Furniture and fixtures 7,592.00 10,922.00 

All other property 465.00 8,530.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 65,558.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 63,823.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 1,692,525.00 $ 1,736,716.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- „.„ .. nnn ,. 

stitutional amendment 1904 4,000.00 5,000.00 



Total net assessment by „ . _„ 

the assessor $ 1,688,525.00 $ 1,731,716.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 55.62 278,388.00 55.62 276,420.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 44.28 1,376.00 44.28 1,390.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 81.20 13,974.00 796.65 13,240.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization. Adams Ex- 
press 3,566.00 37 3,880.00 



Grand total $ 1,985,829.00 $ 2,026,646.00 

Number of military polls 400 400.00 



138 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



GRAND. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of timber land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of Grazing land 



1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. Valuation. 

43,816 $ 5.00 $ 219,080.00 43,446 $ 5.00 $ 217.L30.00 

21,496 5.00 107,480.00 21,561 5.00 107,805.00 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land.. 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



:<:;.m;i; 



1.00 



93,866.00 96,035 

83,356.00 



1.00 



11,855.00 
1,250.00 



11,890.00 
50,955.00 

76,170.00 

8,000.00 



83,035.00 
96,035.00 



11,855.00 
1,250.00 



12,425.00 
44,400.00 
78,500.00 

8,000.00 



2,548 
8 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 21.50 $ 
27.50 

9.00 

1.50 
5.00 


54,570.00 
220.00 


2,619 
28 

10, 428 

830 
! 144 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 21.50 $ 
24.00 

8.75 

1.50 
5.00 


56,710.00 
675.00 


10, 299 


02.595.00 


91,575.00 


1,509 
116 


2.270.00 
580.00 


1,245.00 

720. m 









AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 139 

GRAND— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles. Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item . 

$ 21.00 
50.00 


$ 


Va 


luation. 


No. of 

407 
50 


1912 
Average 
per Item. Valuation. 


1 


500.00 

7,815.00 
2,550.00 




3G9 
51 


$ 20.00 .$ 8,£ .00 

50.00 2,500.00 















Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state '. 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 2,750.00 1,300.00 

Cash value promissory- 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 20,230.00 25,650.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 14,125.00 10,350.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 150.00 150.00 

Household property 10,165.00 10,370.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 21,730.00 21,350.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 6,900.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 12,865.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 907,317.00 $ 898,590.00 

Deduct amount . of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 34,645.00 33,995.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 872,672.00 $ 864,595.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 90.28 454,650.00 90.28 454,650.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 436.53 S, 040.00 452.06 7.7S0.OO 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 76.60 7,390.00 76. GS 8,040.00 



Grand total $ 1,377,397.00 $ 1,369,060.00 

Number of military polls.... 291 291.00 301 301.00 



ho 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



GUNNISON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land.. 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. Valuation. 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization, Electric 
R. R 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



3.5 





Average 
per Head. 


2,668 


% 


22.00 $ 


133 




32.00 


S 




6.00 


22,135 




S.50 


40,991 




2.00 


136 




5.00 



;.;. mm. nu 



28,016 $ 13.35 $ 22X.310.00 27,826 



145, 970.00 

75,619 1.60 119,505.00 78,000 



17,255 42.20 652,280.00 15,873 



349,335.00 
139,200.00 

169,870.00 



11.735.00 
12S.240.00 
201, 295'. 00 

28,000.00 



57,510.00 2.6S1 

4,325.00 123 

50.00 

1S6.2S5.00 23,721 



Average 
per Head. 



S1.S20.00 36,710 
635.00 162 



$ 251,545.00 



153,165.00 
122,365.00 

670,175.00 

70,000.00 



347,335.00 
142,830.00 

145,620.00 



12,935.00 
127,285.00 
206,495.00 

28,000.00 

62,700.00 
4,230.00 

227,385.00 

69,500.00 
805.00 

50.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 141 

GUNNISON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuai ion. 


3 


$ 


15.00 


$ 50.00 


2 




$ 35.00 


11 




210.00 


2,355.00 


26 




4,565.00 


65S 




20.00 


11,810.00 


664 




11,795.00 


134 




50.00 


6,700.00 


143 




7,170.00 


40 




10.00 


410.00 


37 




380.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 



Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 12,220.00 12,365.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 73,005.00 T\ 135.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 7,610.00 8,260.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 84,200.00 79,600.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 9,930.00 13,920.00 

All other property 17,495.00 15,150.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 26,840.00 27,840.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 2,S33,0SO.O0 $ 2,901,635.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 84,200.00 79,600.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 2,748,880.00 $ 2,822,035.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 184.54 1,644,550.00 184.54 1,636,905.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 535.34 15,510.00 543.90 15,850.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 755.58 16,130.00 660.61 12,250.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 14,940.00 18,694.00 



Grand total 9 4,440,010.00 $ 4,505,734.00 

Number of military polls.... 1,016 1,016.00 1,020 1,020.00 



142 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



HINSDALE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valr.atior. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of A ere. 



Valuation. 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
, land 

'Improvements on productive, 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



10,420 



Oil Land — 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



5, 9H1 



980 



$ 3.00 



1.63 $ 17,020.00 10,614 1.30 
9,060.00 



156,925.00 
110,125.00 

13,215.00 



7,595.00 
42,794.00 
74,435.00 



5,070 



2S.00 



5. no 



2,940.00 

14,060.00 
5,830.00 



157,750.00 
113.490.00 



10,160.00 
43,485.00 
72,970.00 



362 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 23.00 $ 


8,331.00 


351 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 24.00 $ 


8,355.00 


99 




39.50 


3,920.00 


S9 




30.00 


2,640.00 


13 




5.00 


65.00 


11 




5.00 


53.00 


1,778 




8.00 


14,224.00 


821 




10.00 


8,210.00 


78 




18.00 


1,410.00 


59 




21.00 


1,250.00 


31 . 285 




1.50 


46.927.00 











3(1. mi 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 14i! 

HINSDALE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 

per Item. 




Va: 


[nation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 




Va 


luation. 


4 


$ 


16.25 


$ 




65.00 


12 


$ 


8.00 


$ 




!»5.U0 


1 










200.00 


1 










200.00 


125 




18.00 






2, 260.00 


148 




18.00 






2,755.00 


46 




59.00 






2,725.00 
490.00 


52 
59 




58.00 
8.40 






3,040.00 
490.00 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stoak or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

i^tock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 



9.675.00 


5,200.00 


125.00 


7,910.00 


3,000.00 


15,305.00 



Total assessment bv the 
assessor $ 556,152.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 17,240.00 



Moneys. Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

('ash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 2,650.00 2,800.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



9,150.00 
4,925.00 

100.00 

7,285.00 


2,710.00 
7,240.00 






$ 482,015.00 
14,580.09 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 538,912.00 $ 467,435.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 9.45 $9,470.00 S9, 490.00 9.45 $9,472.00 89,540.00 

AMIps of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 37.81 31.08 1.170.00 37.81 31.37 1.180.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 60.08 17.20 1.030.00 60. OS 16.64 990.00 

All other property returned 
bv the State 'Board of 
Equalization 920.00 9.45 123.38 1.170.00 



Grand total $ 631.522.00 $ 560,315.00 

Number of military polls. ,.. 110 110.00 115 115.00 



144 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



HUERFANO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 


No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


Agricultural Land — 














Acres of improved fruit land 














17, S92 


$ 9.83 


$ 17.3,981.00 


15, 295 




$ 165,024.00 


Acres of natural hay land.. 
Acres of dry farming land.. 
Improvements on above 






















105,124.00 






135.16S.00 


Grazing Land- 


263, 720 


1.25 


331,163.00 


258, 639 




311,487.00 


improvements on grazing 
land 






70,132.00 






37,406.00 


Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 


1,641 


95.06 


155,995.00 


1,638 




101,640.00 


Acres of non-productive coal 


4,852 


19.00 


92,040.00 






279,450.00 


Improvements on productive 
coal land 






4S2.9S4.00 






466,715.00 


Improvements on non-pro- 






1,141.00 








Grazing land in coal belt.... 


22, 970 


10.41 


239,270.00 








Oil Land- 














improvements on oil land — 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 






































Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 






















































34,943.00 

US, 571. 00 






13,195.00 


Town and City Lots- 


122,497.00 


Improvements on town and 






349,110.00 






390.3S0.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Bulls 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats '. 

All other animals 



2,793 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 34.00 $ 


94,987.00 


2,260 


297 




40.00 


11,880.00 


36S 


27 




5.00 


135.00 


3 


8,867 






114,123.00 


8,419 


219 






8,541.00 


225 


40,741 




1.50 


61,111.00 


32,097 


203 




4.00 


812.00 


.90 


S23 




1.50 


1,234.00 


60S 


457 






467.00 





Average 
per Head. 



91,956.00 


14,756.00 


25.00 


100,895.00 


8,557.00 


48,593.00 


432.00 


1,170.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 145 

HUERFANO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Money?, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



No. of 

17 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 10.24 


Valuation. 

$ 174.00 


No. of 

5 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 
$ 85.00 


19 


338.42 


6,430.00 


29 






8,003.00 


1,092 


25.73 


28,097.00 


989 






27,183.00 


172 


65.48 


11,262.00 


151 






10,772.00 


296 


9.00 


2,623.00 
6,397.00 


217 






2,124.00 
27,643.00 



Amount of money Ci-edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 3,671.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 9,785.00 6,153.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of monev 
invested in merchandise 165,974.00 153,058.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 1,170.00 1,160.00 

Household property i 64,987.00 58,213.00 

Libraries 1,751.00 1,723.00 

Furniture and fixtures 15.1S1.00 28,201.00 

All other property 83,573.00 79,415.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 35,432.00 30,000.00 

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



Total assessment by the „ „ „„„ „_, „. „„.„-„„ 

assessor * 2,886,251.00 $ 2,723,079.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 4..4S2.00 48,161.00 



Total net assessment by „ „„ _._.„„„„ 

the assessor $ 2,838,769.00 $ 2,674,918.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 215.3S 935,730.00 166.95 l,112,SS0.0O 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 767.47 21.970.00 1,843.12 40,610.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 1,021.24 17,570.00 



All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 22,900.00 49,740.00 



Grand total $ 3,836,939.00 $ 3,878,148.00 

Number of military polls 1,218 1,218.00 1,055 1.055.00 



146 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



JACKSON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on 
land 



1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre 



grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Timber land 



109, 828 

160 
3,437 



1.25 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



1,944 



5S.696 $ 5.09 $ 293,480.00 



4,130.00 
10,105.00 
19,850.00 



58,445.00 

138,172.00 115,244 



15. 1.0 2,400.00 40 

5.00 17,185.00 3,400 

700.00 



5,034.86 3.00 15,104.00 5,034 



296 5.00 1. 480.00 590 



Lcre. 


Valuation. 


5.00 


$ 296,525.00 




'11,230.00 


1.25 


144,540.00 


7.".. Oil 


3,000.00 


7.S2 


26,600.00 




5,050.00 


3.00 


15,105.00 



5.00 



2,950.00 



4,950.00 
30,105.00 

28,295.00 





Average 
per Head. 






Average 

per Hen,]. 




3,381 


$ 


27.03 $ 


91,410.00 


3,673 


$ 


26.59 $ 


97,670.00 


13 




28.46 
S.25 


370.00 


11 
28, 303 




21.54 
8.40 


270.00 


31,029 


256,299.00 


237,830.00 


413 




15.00 


6,195.00 


447 




15.00 


6,705.00 


2,415 




1.96 


1,655.00 


1.421 




1.34 


1,910.00 


42 




3.09 


130.00 


80 




5.00 


400.00 



9S.26 



4,815.00 



111.18 



4,225.00 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


Av 
pe: 


1912 
erage 
r Item. 


Valuation. 




$ 75.00 


2 


$ 


30.00 


$ CJ.00 


$ 311.11 


2,800.00 


10 




215.00 


2,150.00 


L6.68 


6,590.00 


349 




17.19 


6,000.0^ 


69.92 


1,748.00 


32 




71.87 


2,300.00 


5.32 


245.00 


49 




5.00 


245.00 









AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 147 

JACKSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 1 

Automobiles 9 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 395 

Musical instruments 25 

Clocks and watches 46 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries :... 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 207.68 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 315 















13,675.00 


19,840.00 










17,730.00 

150.00 

1,480.00 

9,1150.00 

10,500.00 


15,790.00 

200.00 

2,235.00 

13,855.00 

10,000.00 








$ 


989^568.00 

10,400.00 

979,168.00 


43.88 
393 


$ 3,927.00 


$ 1,040,035.00 
9,555.00 


$ 


$ 1,030,480.00 
17'' 320 00 










5,230.00 


3,440.00 








$ 


9S4.39S.00 
315.00 




$ 1,206,240.00 
393.00 



148 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



JEFFERSON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Valuation. 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Bees 

All other animals. 



50 



21, 8:8 



1,104,840.00 

249,530 2.70 1173,425.00 218,595 1.97 



2, 402 



10.. 66 



1,245 8.40 10,465.00 



,500.00 



6.00 



-mum 



90 



21.87 



11,030.00 
477,495.00 
40S, 535.00 



20, 889 



25.35 



60,234 $ 25.00 $ 1,505,850.00 35,S37 $ 34.66 $ 1,244,135.00 
52.7SS 9.62 



508,105.00 
1,139,800.00 
430,700.00 



25,620.00 



S, 200.0') 



630. oil 
50.00 



21,880.00 

529,665.00 
457,365.00 



4,612 


Average 
per Head. 
.$ 32.03 % 


147.775.00 


3,736 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 32.65 $ 


13i>,7U0.UJ 

122,015.00 


112 




34.68 
10.94 


3,885.00 


m 
5,663 




42.00 

9.72 


5,085.00 


5,467 


55,185.00 


55,075.00 


3,923 




17.22 


67,565.00 


3,079 




18.43 


56,820.00 


762 




1.30 


990.00 


119 




1.51 


180.00 


1,317 




4.65 


6,125.00 


1,300 




1.77 


6,210.00 


2,370 




1.00 


2,370.00 


1,085 




1.00 


1,085.00 


237 




10.81 


2,565.00 


404 




5.00 . 


2,015.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 

JEFFERSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



149 



Vehicles, Etc. — 


No. of 


1911 
Average 

per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Bicycles and motorcycles 








31 


$ 43.22 $ 


1,340.00 


65 


.$ 222.46 $ 


14,400.00 


75 


245.93 


18,445.00 


Carriages and vehicles of 


2,073 


20.93 


43,390.00 


1,712 


21.09 


36,120.00 




599 


54.80 


32,825.00 


532 


56.12 


29,860.00 


Clocks and watches 


597 


11.49 


6,860.00 


397 


11.25 


4,470.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 












24,190.00 


Cash value bank deposits out 














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






45,450.00 






22,370.00 


Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 


3,780.00 


Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 






171,965.00 






154,320.00 


^liscellaneous — 














Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 






100,090.00 






101,965.00 


Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 






46,230.00 






53,750.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 






3,690.00 






4.175.00 








220,660.00 






226,830.00 


Libraries 






870. 00 






1,410.00 


Furniture and fixtures 






12,580.00 






15,170.00 








73,900.00 






68,665.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 






25,700.00 






26,750.00 


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




















Total assessment by the 




$ 


5,395,365.00 
386,070.00 




% 


5,541,005.00 
360,760.00 


Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 








Total net assessment by 




$ 


5,009,295.00 




$ 


5,183,245.00 


Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 


106.24 


7,444.37 


790. 990.00 
7 250 00 


106 45 


7 356 22 


783,070.00 

7,310.00 

56,690.00 

11,680.00 


Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 


232.81 


31.14 


233 81 


31 26 


Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 


2,831.42 


17.21 


4v 720 00 


3 407 S3 


16 64 


All other property returned 
by the State Board of 


866.51 


12.99 


11,260.00 


236.68 


49.35 


Grand total 




$ 


5,867,515.00 
1,965.00 




$ 


6,041,995.00 
1,989.00 




1,965 


1,989 



-SJ&S. 



150 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



KIOWA. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



2, SSI 



379, 39S 



2.00 



1.25 



grazing 



Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements en public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not! re- 
turned by the State Board 



40,375.00 

3,485.00 

21,590.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



2,095 



5,768.00 

1,240.00 

174. -1.". 00 411,094 

10,630.00 



2.00 



1.25 



4,190.00 

513,865.00 
14,120.00 



32,170.00 

6,075.00 

26.960.00 



Live Stock- 




Average 
per Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




Horses 


3,033 


$ 


20.94 $ 


63,538.00 


2,576 


$ 


19.87 $ 


51.1S5.00 




268 




32.45 


8,695.00 


190 




30.00 


5,740.00 








Range cattle 


9, 663 




10.06 


97,245.00 


7,843 




10.00 


78,530.00 






















26,217 




1.25 


32,770.00 


22,137 




1.25 


27,675.00 




323 




2.93 


95S.00 


40 




3.50 


i4n. on 


Goats 








19 




66.55 


1,265.00 


11 




61.78 


S65.00 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Ni 


:>. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Va 


Illation. 


$ 6.00 


$ 113.00 




4 


$ 10.00 


$ 


40.00 


7.37 


7,440.00 




683 


8.42 




5,755.00 


10.95 


1,697.00 




96 


12.60 




1,210.00 


3.96 


1,178.00 




58 


4.39 




255.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 151 

KIOWA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

"Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 19 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,010 

Musical instruments 155 

Clocks and watches 297 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 14,930.00 3,715.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 87.50 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 350 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 17 

All other propertv returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total • 

Number of military polls 838 









28, 775.00 


24,245.00 


115.00 




160.00 


9,405.00 




6,940.00 


2,235.00 


1,470.00 


1,395.00 




935.00 


27.S30.00 




21,655.00 


$ 859,917.00 


$ 


827,895.00 


41,415.00 




36,245.00 


$ 818,502.00 


$ 


791,650.00 


$12,281.00 1,074,570.00 




1,074,570.00 


31.08 10,880.00 




5,490.00 


17.21 290.00 




290.00 


38,930.00 




37,485.00 


$ 1,943,172.00 


$ 


1,909,485.00 


838.00 632 




632. GO 



152 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



KIT CARSON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land. 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



1911 

Average 

Value 

per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. 



1912 

Average 

Value 

per 

No. of Acre. 



Ivprovements on grazing and 
dry farming land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 



602,961 1.7S 1,073,126.00 661,363 1.79 
91,755.00 



Improvements on productive 
coal land 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 

Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof.... — 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 



improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 

Railroad property not re- 
turned by the s'tate board 
of equalization 

Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

1 lairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



155,327.00 

19,294.00 

94,703.00 



Valuation. 



30,000 $ 1.7S $ 53,400.00 30,000 % 1.79 $ 



53,700.00 

1,186,776.00 
111,415.00 



134,930.00 

49,465.00 
94.3S9.00 





per 


•erage 
Head. 






Av 
per 


erage 
Head. 




8,931 


$ 


26. S5 $ 


239,960.00 


9,329 


$ 


25.00 % 


228,458.00 


790 




34.97 


26,627.00 


81S 




32.00 


26,057.00 


28 




158.03 


1. 125.00 


26 




131.00 


3,415.00 


13,901 




8.22 


114,381.00 


11,369 




7.00 


84,410.00 


4,977 




12.25 


61,098.00 


4,403 




13.00 


54,293.00 


4,583 




1.51 


6,926.00 


3, 554 




1.50 


5,335.00 


2,350 




3.S6 


9. OSS. 00 


1,312 




3.45 


4,306.00 


41 




1.63 


67.00 


49 




1.35 


66.00 


16 




12.18 


195.00 


21 




11.90 


250.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. L53 

KIT CARSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcylces 56 

Automobiles 22 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,905 

Musical instruments 405 

Clocks and watches 1,081 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 

Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other preci- 
ous stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the state board 
of equalization 59.96 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the state board 
of equalization 486.40 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the state board 
of equalization 59 

All other property returned 
by the state board of 
equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 21.22 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 




Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


$ 8.87 


$ 


497.00 


56 


$ 9.21 


$ 516.00 


207.50 




4,565.00 


27 


162.00 


4,490.00 


16.06 




30,607.00 


1,742 


16.00 


27,811.00 


21.32 




S, 537. 00 


368 


22.00 


8,185.00 


4.39 




4,754.00 

8,305.00 
80.00 

1:1,602.00 

6,802.00 


97S 


4.00 


4,104.00 

6,125.00 

220.00 

12,655.00 
5,280.00 






73,298.00 






63,020.00 






S15.00 






730.00 






56,650.00 






54.516.00 




2.4SO.0O 


2,480.00 






.".2,778.00 






47,914.00 






39,925.00 






27,925.00 




$ 


2,284,067.00 
291,866.00 






$ 2,303,436.00 
261,359.00 




$ 


1,992,201.00 






$ 2,042,077.00 


12,480.00 




74\ 300.00 


59.96 


12.4S0.00 


748,300.00 


31. OS 




15,120.00 


486.40 


31.37 


15,260.00 


41.04 




1,900.00 

25,960.00 


59 




1,890.00 
21,110.00 




$ 


2,783,481.00 






$ 2, S2S, 637.00 






2,122.00 


19.71 




1,971.00 



154 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LAKE. 
ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY No. of 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 26,604 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 37,472 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 854 

Mules 26 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 1 . 153 

Sheep 

Swine 18,957 

Goats 

All other animals 



1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 



Valuation. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



3.44 $ 



91,312.00 
173,145.00 



26,572 $ 3.43 $ 



910,005.00 
554,725.00 



637,754.00 



519,045.00 



946,155.00 



37, 596 



91,142.00 
146,640.00 



900,772.00 
626,250.00 



698,211.00 



519,893.00 
947,035.00 



Average 
per Head. 

$ 31.40 $ 
8.85 



18.21 



Average 

per Head. 

26,815.00 874 $ 31.63 

230.00 

22 



14. 



21,(175.00 1,676 

26,920.00 17,642 



9.00 


15.24 


l . 51 



27.645.00 

200. 00 

25,545.00 

26,698.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 155 

LAKE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 


No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 








$ 36. 8fl 
51.10 




819 
















Carriages and vehicles of 




803 


$ 2'.), 605.00 
23,250.00 


$ 32,425.00 






155 


486 


50.00 


24,575.00 


Clocks and watches 




74 


21.35 


1,580.00 


69 




1,495.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 








33 576 00 






38,039.00 


Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 















Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 7,018.00 6,420.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 2,350.00 l,S0O.O0 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 16,000.00 16,000.00 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 281,295.00 264,120.00 

Amount of capital employed «. 
in manufactures 487,395.00 457,890.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 1,660.00 1,510.00 

Household property and fur- 
niture and fixtures 50,320.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 50,260.00 

All other property 22,185.00 27,905.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 120,911.00 121,707.00 

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



Total assessment bv the 
assessor : $ 4,984,326.00 $ 5,054,179.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 4,984,326.00 $ 5,054,179.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 93.04 S19, 570.00 93.04 813,130.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 411.23 12.S20.00 411.23 12,720.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 2,185.54 37,600.00 2,188.84 36,410.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 28,810.00 29,824.00 



Grand total $ 5,883,126.00 $ 5,946,263.00 

Number of military polls.... 1,250 1,250.00 1,223 1,223.00 



156 



BIENNIAL REPOKT 



LA PLATA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 


No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. ol 


1912 
Average 
Value per 
Acre. 


Valuation. 


Agricultural Land- 














Acres of improved fruit land 


67 


$ 50.00 


$ 3,350.00 


93 


$ 47.00 


$ 4,280.00 


Acres of irrigated land 


33,347 


16.02 


534,070.00 


36,082 


16.00 


571,705.00 


Acres of natural hay land 








420 


10.00 


4,200.00 


Acres of dry farming land.. 


4,004 


5.40 


21,520.00 


3,306 


5.00 


16,515.00 


Improvements on above 
lands 






456,390 00 






363,950.00 


Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 


160, 298 


1.77 


284,345.00 


170, 265 


1.71 


296,245.00 


Improvements on grazing 














Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 


43 


20.00 


860.00 


116 


20.00 


2,320.00 


Acres of non-productive coal 


12,425 


19.00 


230.4S0.O0 


8,023 


20.00 


16,975.00 


Improvements on productive 
coal land 












18,314.00 


Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 


15, 309 


2.52 




14,307 


2.48 


5,500.00 


Oil Land- 
Timber and stone 


38,690.00 


35,400.00 


Suburban land 


1,003 


200.00 


202,500.00 


510 




si. 040.00 


Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 














Improvements on other min- 














Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 


165,135.00 


83, 960. CO 


Improvements on metaTlifer- 






46,150.00 






64,920.00 


Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 












16,570.00 


Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 






22,715.00 


16,900.00 


Town and City Lots- 
Town and citv lots 






753,965.00 






748,848.00 


Improvements on town and 






653,845.00 






658,120.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

Bees 



4,008 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 31.00 $ 


123,330.00 


4,203 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 31.60 $ 


132,795.00 


226 


27.20 


6,165.00 


1S6 




29.10 


5,420.00 


69 


5.00 


365.00 


144 




5.79 


820.00 


9,744 


8.43 


82,100.00 


11.347 




8.20 


92,360.00 


1,797 


15.09 


27,060.00 


1,803 




15.00 


27.120.00 


50,549 


1.89 


96,080.00 


61,531 




1.96 


121.060.00 


1,693 


3.20 


6.423.00 


1,828 




3.34 


6, 160. CO 


1,288 


1.10 


1,415.00 


1,625 




1.00 


1,625. no 


270 


1.00 


270.00 


290 




1.00 


290.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



157 



LA PLATA 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 

1911 
Average 
Vehicles, Etc.— No. of per Item. 

Bicycles and motorcycles 23 $ 8.26 

Automobiles 23 355.00 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,446 22.00 

Musical instruments 404 58.00 

Clocks and watches 493 12.20 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 35 225.00 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 120.60 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 278.82 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,682.98 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 1,414 



—Concluded. 








T FOR THE YEARS 1911 


AND 1912. 




Valuation. 
$ 190.00 


No. of 
19 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 7.63 $ 


Valuation. 
145.00 


8,170.00 


33 


290.00 


9,540.00 


32,030.00 


1,429 


22.00 


32,070.00 


23,580.00 


407 


55.00 


22,275.00 


6,017.00 


434 


13.00 


5,580.00 


24,960.00 






31,015.00 


665.00 






3,257.00 


16,315.00 






10,990.00 


7,055.00 






6,816.00 


325,875.00 






344,454.00 


155,603.00 






100,390.00 


5,680.00 






5,340.00 


103,960.00 






99,250.00 


7,860.00 


2S 


250.00 


7,015.00 


50,279.00 






50,017.00 


86,895.00 






104,527.00 


80,030.00 






103,160.00 


$ 4,692,387.00 




$ 


4,476,252.00 


214,725.00 






223,995.00 


$ 4,477,662.00 


$ 


4,252,257.00 


1,016,830.00 


120.60 




996,650.00 


S, 670. Of) 


278.82 




8,750.00 


28,400.00 


1,808.45 




30,380.00 


11,410.00 






14,916.00 


$ 5,542,972.00 




$ 


5,302,953.00 


1.414.00 


1,423 




1,423.00 



L58 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LARIMER, 

ABSTRA< "1'S (IF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PPOPERTY 


No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1!H2 

A \ erage 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


Agricultural Land — 














Acres of improved fruit land 


1,017 


$ 60.00 


$ 61,020.00 


2,150 




$ 129,000.00 


Acres of irrigated land 


115,224 


19.76 


2,277,290.00 


109, 809 




2,220,865.00 


Acres of natural hay land.. 


8,936 


5.00 


44,680.00 


14,186 




83,070.00 


Acres of dry farming land... 


1,424 


7.00 


9,968.00 


30,160 




90,480.00 


Improvements on above 






1,271,135.00 






1,229,220.00 


Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 


46S.461 


1.20 


565,974.00 


469,420 




510,365.00 


Improvements on grazing 
land, with improvements on 
agricultural land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 












Average 


























Improvements on productive 














Improvements on non-pro- 














Oil Land- 














Other Mineral Land— 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, stone 


183 


10.00 


1,880.00 


975 




7,800.00 


Improvements on other min- 












2,200.00 


Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 


















































Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands .: 


21,820.00 


22,610.00 


Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 






1,148,485.00 






1,148,490.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 






1,585,825.00 






1,525,825.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — * 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other Animals. 



9,674 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 30.50 $ 


295,365.00 


9,674 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 


295,365.00 


590 




40.00 
9.30 


23,805.00 


590 
18,558 






23,805.00 


18,558 


173,020.00 


173,020.00 


600 




15.00 


9,000.00 


600 






9,000.00 


24,301 




1.07 


26,160.00 


24,301 






26,160.00 


2,375 




3.45 


8,190.00 


2,375 






8,190.00 



231 



5.00 



1,155.00 



231 



1,155.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



1.1! I 



LARIMER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912 



Vehicles, Etc. — 
Bicycles and motorcycles.. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Money?, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing: 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 



Total net assessment 
the assessor 



by 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other nropertv returned 
by the "State Board of 
Equalization 



/ Grand total ■ 

Number of military polls 



No. of 

50 


A- 
pe 


1911 
v'erage 
r Item. 


Valuation. 

$ 1,500.00 

68,240.00 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


V 


aluation. 


454 


$ 


150.00 


470 




$ 


70,500.00 


5,900 




10.00 


59,020.00 


5,900 






59,020.00 


1,244 




51.79 


64,430.00 


1,244 






64,430.00 


1,048 




7.23 


7,640.00 


1,048 






7,640.00 
51,045.00 









125.17 



130.76 



7,232.65 



3,644 



51,045.00 



354,595.00 
92,440.00 

3,780.00 

424,390.00 

6,120.00 

10,720.00 

93, 265.00 

246,830.00 



$ 9,036,287.00 
623,695.00 

$ 8,412,592.00 

663,150.00 

4,060.00 

124,890.00 

11,580.00 

$ 9,216,272.00 
3,644.00 



170.46 



147.76 



7,288.42 



3,261 



334,590.00 
92,440.00 

3,770.00 
424,390.00 

6,120.00 
10,720.00 
93,265.00 

235,360.00 



$ S,9S7,410.00 

620,690.00 

$ 8,366,720.00 

1,014,620.00 

4,630.00 

121,690.00 

16,458.00 

$ 9, 524, US. 00 
3,261.00 



ICO 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LAS AX I MAS. 

-TRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROFERTY 
Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 

? of irrigated land 

s of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



1911 
Av- - 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



20, Ell 
3,709 

- 



: 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



i 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land— 
Improvements on leased land 

Improvements on oil land — 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
1 land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-produeing> 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val.. $.. 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous re- 
claims (gross val., $ > 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and citv lots 



Improvements on town and 
citv lots 



Railroad Property (a s- 
-ed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

- - 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine : 

Goats 

■>ther animals. 



- 

- i 

12 

- i 

1,737 

259,644 



Average 
per Head. 

36.17 

50.00 
11.03 
-_ 

1.57 
4.53 
2.00 



100.00 



43. 9 

I a 

i i 



lt-12 
•age 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



9.52 ? 195.379.00 

7.35 -" 2fi.00 2,251 

4.62 111, 413.00 19,380 





I 275 




1.55 


- ■ 


- 





74 






- 1 


- 


16.66 


- 
•0.00 

. 75 

-• 


i i 



■ 

1,201 

12 

1.355 



i ; 



Average 
per Head. 



? 294,236.00 

26, S55.00 

ML 585.00 

1ST. S65. 00 

1,00- 

126,020.00 

.. : 
1,167, " 
i 
i JS 
7,625.00 



146.617.00 
1.421,729.00 

. 5 



211,97 

44.015.00 

2i 

. . -37.00 

I ' 

.7.00 

7,331.00 

745.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. L61 

LAS ANIMAS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 









1911 






1912 




Vehicles, Etc. — 


Xo. of 


Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Xo. of 


Average 

per Item. 


Valu 


Bicycles and motorcycles 


20 


S 


12.00 


S 


22 




J 600.00 




103 




30S.00 


730 00 


] v 




36, 915.00 
76 245 00 


Carriages and vehicles of 


3,207 




27.83 


7--..00 
45,160.00 


- 




Musical instruments 


554 




SI. 52 


460 




225.00 




474 




129.90 


50.00 






i 


Moneys, Credits. Etc. — 
Casa \&lue bank deposits in 








21.495.00 






; 


Cash value bank deposits out 








'.00 









Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced bv 
writing "0.00 1,10 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness ' 550.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items J0.00 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 40.00 '>32, 632.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures >. 3.5.00 541. 'DO 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 5,925.00 4,900.00 

Household property 331,912.00 2 -:75.00 

Libraries 3. S10.00 6,575.00 

Furniture and fixtures 113,636.00 114, 235. 00 

All other property ' 225,306.00 731.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) ".02.00 . 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 1,550.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $11,488 . ■•■ J 10,772,259.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 i . 3,363.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $11,087,286.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 22 55 2,791,540.00 22 .8e 2 75 87 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
Of Equalization 1,415.85 41,610.00 211.57 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 4,732.17 81,440.00 



All other propertv returned 
by the State 'Board of 
Equalization 75,450.00 72,3 



Grand total $14,077,326.00 ..*..... $13,477,192.00 

Number of military polls.... 4.2. r ." 129 



f6) 



162 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LINCOLN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE' YEARS 1911 AND 1912. • 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

PROPERTY No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. Valuation. 
Agricultural Land— " 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 059,505 $ 1.50 $ 993,495.00 703,765 $ 1,059,355.00 

Improvements on grazing 
land 68,745.00 S4.010.00 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 



Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements nn metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 97,340.00 89,280.00 

Town and Citv Lots- 
Town and city lots 41,795.00 50,880. 00 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 97,695.00 111,635.00 

R.-iilroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)—' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Average . Average 

Live Stock — per Head. per Head. 

Horses 4,610 $ 27.46 $ 126,615.00 4,730 $ 123,470.00 

Mules 288 33.90 9,705.00 291 8,805.00 

Asses 

Range cattle 17,445 8.30 145,055.00 17.S94 14S.175.O0 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep G6.910 1.50 100,385.00 44,510 55,915.00 

Swine 002 2.93 1,765.00 349 1.025.00 

Goats 

All other animals 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 163 

LINCOLN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 30 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,362 

Musical instruments 156 

Clocks and watches 89 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash \ alue special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 68,390.00 56,825.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. Of 

32 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


$ 260.00 


$ 7,800.00 


$ 7,950.00 


12.34 


16.S15.00 


1,560 




16,845.00 


36.95 


5,765.00 


150 




4,355.00 


9.49 


845.00 


44 




380.00 









Household property 31,690.00 22,155.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 



All other property 33,870.00 28,565.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 24,100.00 23,810.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 1,871,930.00 $ 1,893,435.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 184,960.00 167, 415. 00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 1,686,970.00 $ 1,726,0.0.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 72.85 966,700.00 72.85 941,350.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 627.70 19,510.00 627.70 19,690.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 177.68 3,050.00 189.25 3,130.00 

All other propertv returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 31,720.00 31,340.00 



Grand total $ 2,707,950.00 $ 2,721,530.00 

Number of military polls.... 1,230 1,230.00 1.201 1,201.00 



104 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LOGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land— 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



186, 993 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 



83,885.00 
343,370.00 
325,266.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



74,003 $ 16.33 $ 1,208,585.00 75,005 

237,544 2.53 601,250.00 2S9.2S7 

111,030.00 

1.63 305.3S5.00 153,769 
15,325.00 



8,662 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 21.29 $ 


254,555.00 


7. 570 


480 




32.67 
10.00 


15,680.00 


509 


15,890 


158.S60.00 


16,850 


1,734 




15.00 


25,940.00 


1,146 


S46 




1.17 


1,090.00 


742 


1,355 




5.00 


6,735.00 


1,140 



Average 
ner Head. 



$ 1,227,720.00 



72s.s95.00 

115,125.00 

245, 735.00 

14, 21n.n0 



73,310.00 
316,098.00 
371,335.00 

5,530.00 

231,365.00 
16,100.00 

171,230.00 

17,075.00 

970.00 

5,425.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORAlio. 



1 1 l.- 



LOGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles.. 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



of 



Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash \alue bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 
Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



No. of 
33 

59 

1,559 
229 
228 



1911 

Average 

per Item. 

$ 16.67 

282.62 

14.38 

57.34 
S.05 



Valuation. 

! 550.00 

16,675.00 

22,410.00 

13,130.00 

1,835.00 



133.56 



557.28 



1,923.10 



Grand total 

Number of military polls. 



1,906 



144,950.00 
215,400.00 



61,085.00 
1,960.00 
2,520.00 
5,000.00 

68, 185.00 



$ 4,010,961.00 
93,195.00 

$ 3,917,766.00 

1,821,450.00 

17,590.00 

37,550.00 

49,680.00 

$ 5,937,231.00 
1,906.00 



No. of 
26 

78 



1912 
Average 
per Item. 



592 
219 
212 



133.56 



557.2S 



1,960.48 



1,850 



Valuation. 

475.00 

18,750.00 

21,105.00 

14,270.00 

2,015.00 



20,570.00 



116,685.00 
240,695.00 

62,078.00 

20,210.00 
34,765.00 

80,358.00 



$ 4,172,099.00 

105,355.00 

$ 4,066,744.00 

1,789,770.00 

15,910.00 

37,810.00 

54,065.00 

$ 5,964,299.00 
1,850.00 



16G 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MESA. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Non-bearing orchards 

Agricultural lands 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



7,886 $ 122.50 $ 966,670.00 7,611 
11,301 62.68 70S, 380. 00 16,892 
71,031 21.00 1,499,440.00 70,232.00 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land... 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on all above 

lands .' 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



134,612 



2,649 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle . 
Dairy cattle . 

Sheep 

Swine 

Bees 

Goats 



2.60 



359,430.00 155,547 



19.85 



52,580.00 



365,370.00 



3,195 



8,450.00 

S09, 465.00 

1,074, S95. 00 



Valuation. 

I 967,640.00 

769,590.00 

1,690,380.0!) 



318,320.00 



57,800.00 



385,460.00 



855,000.00 
1,093,555.00 





Average 
per Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




7,344 


$ 


26.62 $ 


195,540.00 


6,SS8 




$ 


171,345.00 


403 




27.55 
8.75 


11,105.00 


329 
17, 381 






9,950.00 


17,684 


156,600.00 


145,660.00 


1,670 




15.00 


25,050.00 


1,834 






28,900.00 


18,078 




1.50 


27,110.00 


17,223 






25,845.00 


1,378 




3.28 


4,530.00 


1,499 






6,045.00 


3,685 




1.00 


3,695.00 


4,293 

1,807 






4,360.00 

1,870.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLOKAHo. 



1G7 



MESA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles — 
Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



1911 
Average 
No. of per Item. Valuation. 
115 $ 7.50 $ 870.00 



1912 
Average 
No. of per Item. 

98 



75 

3,285 
1,034 
1,351 



202.00 

16.00 

45.00 

6.32 



Moneys, Credits, Etc- 
Cash value bank deposits 
state 



Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



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

Cash value nromissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise... 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 



15,120.00 



123 



of Equalization 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



Grand total 

Number of military polls... 



112.14 



575.77 



5,784.87 



52,715.00 2,849 

46,620.00 983 

8,545.00 1,350 



3, 175 



16,460.00 



5,000.00 

293,290.00 
89,510.00 

2,005.00 
154,525.00 

16,385.00 
55,735.00 

103,240.00 



$ 7,167,250.00 

431,520.00 

$ G, 735, 730.00 

1,057,860.00 

17,890.00 

99,650.00 

161,920.00 

$ 8,073,050.00 
3,175.00 



112.14 



575.77 



6,475.26 



Valuation. 

805.00 

19,070.00 

43,015.00 

43,800.00 

8,820.00 



2,934 



30,695.00 



5,000.00 

261,040.00 
89,570.00 

1,525.00 
140,485.00 

16,385.00 
45,905.00 

103,240.00 



$ 7,369.015.00 

413.2S0.00 

$ 6,955,735.00 

1,055,390.00 

18,060.00 

107,766.00 

161,340.00 

8,298,291.00 
2,934.00 



16S 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



1911 






1912 




Average 






Average 




r alue per 






Value per 




Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


-Acre. 


Valuation. 



$ 4.00 $ 



1.60 



7,921.00 2,129 

33,578.00 21,436 
50,867.00 



4.00 $ 



1.60 



MINERAL. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY No. of 

Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land — 1,981 
Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 20,989 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land — 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 2,763 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims and 
machinery 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 291 

Mules , 5 

Asses 

Range cattle 545 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 4,100 

Swine 

Harness 76 

All other animals 



29.72 



82,113.00 



2,657 



8,916.00 

34.326.09 
52,247.00 



81,759.00 





97,164.00 








72,385.00 




153, SOS. 00 


















170,809.00 




1 060 00 












16,803.00 








16,885.00 




69,185.00 








68, 470.00 




100 00 










Average 
per Head. 
$ 18.82 $ 


5.47S.0O 


255 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 


5,380.00 


37.60 


18S.00 


4 

904 

4,600 

83 


$ 


20.00 


80.00 


8.93 


4,866.00 


8,890.00 


1.30 


5,350.00 


6,100.00 


9.46 


739.00 


934.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 169 

MINERAL — Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc- 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 
1 


1 
Avi 
per 

$ 


911 

srage 

Item. 


$ 


Valuation. 
200.00 

1,966.00 

1,170.00 

60.00 


No 


i. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. Valuation. 


91 

22 

6 


21.60 
53.81 

10.00 




103 
21 
10 


% 1,797.00 

990.00 

12.00 120.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash \alue bank deposits in 
state 3,365.00 3,200.00 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 23,400.00 21,470.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 2,125.00 1,800.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones S15.00 20.00 

Household property 6,770.00 7,650.00 

Personal property, exempt 24,163.00 23,330.00 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 1,693.00 2,103.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor " 594,949.00 $ 590,061.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 24,163.00 23,330.00 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor S 570,786.00 $ 566,731.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 17.40 169,050.00 17.40 $9,472.00 164,850.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 37 $ 31. OS 1,150.00 37 31.37 1,160.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 308.01 17.21 5,300.00 324.09 16.64 5,380.00 

All other propertv returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 4,990.00 



Grand total $ 746.2S6.00 $ 743,111.00 

Number of military polls.... 1S7 1S7.00 161 161.00 



170 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MOFFAT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land. . . 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 



1911 
Average 
"Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land. 



Improvements 
land 



grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Timber and stone land 



Equity in state land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



13,740 
3,857 



81,383 



5,094 



2,211 
9,552 



2.01 



10.49 



3.41 



1S,870.00 
62,380.00 
36,265.00 



5.79 



10.01) 



750.00 



95 



12.00 



10.00 $ 137,200.00 14,110 $ 12.30 $ 173,646.00 
4.53 



17,430.00 
52,710.00 


3.6S7 
88,103 

7,291 

440 
9,732 


5.67 

2.00 

8.79 
2.95 


20,879.00 


163,855.00 
30,000.00 


176,768.00 
31, 000. 00 


53,460.00 


64,110.00 
300.0!) 






7,600.00 
5,500.00 


1,300.00 
5,660.00 



4,700.00 



17,080.00 
39,435.00 
43,175.00 



5,228 
15 


Average 
per Head . 
$ 29.79 $ 
39.66 

10.72 

2.00 
5.01 


155,750.00 
595.00 


4,439 
13 

34,817 

14,615 

158 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 26.76 $ 
23.07 

13.68 

2.00 
4.59 


118,801.00 
300.00 


36,679 


393,355.00 


476,392.00 


10,800 
258 


21,600.00 
1,245.00 


29,230.00 
725.00 



1,140.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 171 

MOFFAT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE' YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 


No 


. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


Bicycles and motorcycles — 


















3 


$ 250.00 


$ 750.00 


6 


$ 183.33 


$ • 1,100.00 


Carriages and vehicles of 




346 


45.96 


15,905.00 


362 


33.41 


12,095.00 






38 


65.13 


2,475.00 


48 


47.18 


2,265.00 


Clocks and watches 




17 


13.23 


225.00 


33 


9.54 


315.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

















Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 22,410.00 8,540.00 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 13,655.00 24,210.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 13,705.00 9,834.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 16,565.00 16,465.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 6,760.00 

Stock or shares In any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 6,670.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 1,251,035.00 $ 1,361,320.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 38,000.00 38,200.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 1,213,035.00 $ 1,323,120.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 121.16 7,090.00 188.62 8,300.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



Grand total $ 1,220,125.00 $ 1,331,420.00 

Number of military polls.... 265 265.00 199 199.00 



•#«* 



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172 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MONTEZUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, tim- 
ber and stone 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



1911 

Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



21,600 



67,360 



200 



10,160 



450 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



1,500 $ 25.00 $ 37,500.00 693. S $ 25.00 

29,626 16.00 471,028.00 35,566 15.61 



10.00 



J. 25 



4.2S3 



216,000.00 27,415 

180, 833. 00 

84,200.00 02,610 1.27 



1,550.00 



40.00 



13.025.00 



36,190.00 
106,611.00 
192,465.00 



160 



11.08 



9,200 



13,525.00 520 1-3 
900.00 



5.36 



30.00 



Valuation. 

( 17.345.00 

558,375.00 



9.51 



260,955.00 
220,751.00 
79,773.00 

1,900.00 



49,390 00 



15,610.00 



51,164.00 
125,825.00 
213,905.00 



3,130 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 43.30 $ 


135,650.00 


3,650 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 42.58 $ 


153,420.00 


93 




63.16 


6,000.00 


161 




65.00 


10,483 00 


91 




5.00 


455.00 


5 




220.00 


1,100.00 


11,440 




11.10 


127.S20.00 


14,710 




13.00 


191,230.00 


300 




20 no 


6,000.00 


ISO 




20.00 


3,600.00 


31,370 




1.S7 


58, 440.00 


28,116 




1.94 


54,543.00 


838 




5.00 


1,190.00 


1,205 




5.00 


0,025.00 


110 




?.oo 


220.00 


25 




2.00 


50.00 


2 




275.00 


350.00 


115 




7.00 


803.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 173 

MONTEZUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,000 

Musical instruments 185 

Clocks and watches 40 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 3,710.00 2,300.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 

10 


1912 
Average 

per Item. 

$ 295.00 


Valuation. 


$ 20S.33 


$ 1,250.00 


$ 2,950.00 


32.12 


32,120.00 


1,148 


31.90 


36,640.00 


32.33 


15,220.00 


215 


85.58 


18, 4li0.00 


10.75 


670.00 


110 


14.00 


1,645.00 









Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 109,930.00 81,835.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 40,630.00 43,073.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 32,635.00 54,245.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 12,535.00 6,000.00 

All other property 37,489.00 49,500.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 54,013.00 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration doing business in 
the state 6,000.00 61,415.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 2,072,894.00 $ 2,381,760.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 127,025.00 144 050 0k 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor .$ 1,945,869.00 $ 2,237,710.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 62.80 $5,196.00 326,300.00 62.80 $4,500.00 282,600.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 123 31. OS 3,820.00 123.00 31.37 3,860.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 263.67 6,360.00 386.51 30.17 11,930.00 

All other property returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization 62.80 94.19 5,920.00 62.80 123. 3S 7,750.00 



Grand total $ 2,288,269.00 $ 2,543,850.00 

Number of military polls 929 929.00 981 981.06 



174 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MONTROSE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land.. 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



106,238 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 



Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



i^ive Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other Animals. 



2.2S 



Improvements on grazing 
land included above 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
uuctive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



23,330.00 
315,294.00 
420,630.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



1,335 $ 65.00 $ 86,785.00 1,345 
76,344 15.40 1,185,758.00 78,644 



$ 65.00 $ 87,425.00 
1,234,280.00 



195,670.00 

232,968 ' 115,766 



192,230.00 

1.75 1S3, 650.00 



24,955.00 
368,385.00 
421,070.00 



6,602 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 25.18 $ 


166,230.00 


6,066 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 30.00 $ 


183,980.00 


138 




28.83 
8.50 


3,980.00 


202 
16,186 




31.38 
9.00 


6,340.00 


16,540- 


140,597.00 


145,665.00 


54,050 




1.80 


96,850.00 


41,377 






72,395.00 


1,637 




3.21 


5,255.00 


1,556 




3.30 


5,145.00 



30 



20.00 



605.00 



25 



775.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



175 



MONTROSE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 



Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 



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



Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property 
Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



No. of 
104 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 95.80 


Valuation. 

$ 10,075.00 


No. of 

25 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 5.00 


Valuation. 
$ 125.00 








95 


90.00 


8,550.00 


2,208 


17.00 


37,270.00 


2,488 


15.00 


36,420.00 


508 


40.53 


20,590.00 


538 


40.00 


21,520.00 


329 


6.62 


2,170.00 


322 


6.00 


l,930.Oj 



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



1,800 



120,750.00 



1,605.00 

149,705.00 

1,800.00 

23,355.00 

75,405.00 

95,465.00 



31,765.00 



126,630.00 



1,655.00 
184,140.00 

2,500.00 
21,345.00 
79,580.00' 

84,000.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 52.40 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 212.40 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,382.28 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



Grand total 

Number of military polls. 



987 



$ 3,327,157.00 

281,440.00 

$ 3,045,717.00 

496,220.00 

6,590.00 

24,200.00 

7,180.00 

$ 3,579,907.00 
987.00 



52.40 



212.04 



,467.91 



1,045 



$ 3,443,400.00 

292,315.00' 

$ 3,151,085.00 

496,360.00' 

6,650.00' 

40,960.00 

12,488.00 

$ 3,707,543.00 
1,045.00. 



176 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MORGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 


No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


Agricultural Land- 














Acres of improved fruit land 


05, 094 


$ 16. OS 




66,377 








$ 1,046,890.00 


$ 1,073,110.00 


Acres of natural hay land — 


2,549 


12.00 


30,590.00 


2,903 




34.S35.00 


Acres of dry farming land.. 


35, 258 


5.00 


176,490.00 


36,332 




190.S90.00 


Improvements on above 






210,095.00 
230.0S5.00 






206,125.00 
252,190.00 


Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 


119,535 


1.92 


137.77:1 




Improvements on grazing 
land 






9,565.00 






10,920.00 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Li\ e Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range 
Dairy- 
Sheep 

Swine 

Goata 

.All other animals. 



cattle, 
cattle. . 



34,710.00 
329,335.00 

3S7.S35.00 



6.2S7 



5,193 


A\ 
per 


'era U'' 
Head. 
31.02 $ 


161,095 


5,267 


423 




34.21 


14.470.00 


325 


4 




125.00 


500.00 


3 


8,372 




10.00 


S3, 720.00 


9,331 


1,847 




15.32 


28,305.00 


1,704 


23,026 




1.10 


25,410.00 


16,460 


3, 047 




2.76 


S, 410. 00 


2,359 



Average 
per Head. 



1,500.00 



33,050.00 
322,545.00 
3S1.7S0.00 



i:,0,430.00 
10,620.00 
550.00 
91', 115.00 
25. 740. 00 
18,370.00 
6.110.00 

1,670.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



177 



MORGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 11)11 AND 1912. 



"Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 

Cash value hank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of Money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise — 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property — 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



No. of 

07 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 16.10 


Valuation. 
$ 1,080.00 


No. of 
74 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 
$ 1,530.00 


SO 




208.90 


17,905. 00 


102 




19,345.00 


1,383 




11.73 


10,235.00 


1,437 




15,095.00 


234 




50.43 


11,800.00 


245 




12,250.00 


531 




5.13 


2,725.00 

15,520.00 
1,200.00 


541 




2,805.00 

17,715.00 
2. 12.-.. 00 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 90.84 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 971.88 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,581.03 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



15,300.00 



Grand total 

Number of military polls. 



1.419 



125,370.00 
361,950.00 

800.00 

33,395.00 

2,240.00 

16,865.00 

15,280.00 

80,100.00 



$ 3,496,830.00 
93,920.00 

$ 3,402,910.00 

1,240,080.00 

31,410.00 

27,200.00 

38,300.00 

$ 4,739,900.00 
1,419.00 



16,875.00 



12S, 795.00 
361,000.00 

950.00 

34,220.00 

3,005.00 

14,430.00 

22,350.00 

86,150.00 



$ 3,549,690.00 
90,765.00 



$ 3,458,925.00 

90.84 1,215,340.00 

9S0.16 31,200.00 

1,663.22 27.6G0.O0 

41,505.00 



1.4S7 



$ 4,774,630.00 
1.4S7.00 



178 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OTEEO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 



No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


4,628 


$ 36.56 


$ 169,200.00 


2,873 


$ 49.52 


$ 142,265.00 


133,159 


23.57 


3,139,755.00 


91,741 


25.39 


2,329,240.00 



Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land... 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Equity in state land 



156,793 



Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Bees 

All other animals. 



Average 

per Head. 

11,367 $ 34.45 



767 



23,956 



46.45 



9.70 



28,175.00 



102,540.00 

653, 970. 00 

1,281,575.00 



391,645.00 
35,625.00 



6,266 
6,223 



517,765.00 

1.82 285,645.00 98,930 



8,431 
838 



Average 

per Head. 

$ 29.97 

34.86 



232,485.00 13,761 



1.28 


114,545.00 


49, 823 


3.23 


20,275.00 


5,419 


1.00 


6,225.00 


3,430 



11.05 

.66 
2.66 
1.00 



456,595.00 

1.86 183,920.00 



27,930.00 



80,490.00 

598,260.00 

1,212,125.00 



252,685.00 
29,210.00 

152,008.00 

33,130.00 

14,428.00 

3,430.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



179 



OTERO— Concluded. 



Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 132 

Automobiles 124 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 3,737 

Musical instruments 1,019 

Clocks and watches 1.3S8 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Farm implements 

Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 129.82 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,108.09 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 3,498.04 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 3,730 



ESSMEN' 


r FOR THE' Y 


EARS 191 


1 AND 1912. 




1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 17.71 


Valuation. 
$ 2,335.00 


No. of 
151 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 13.38 $ 


Valuation. 
2,020.00 


211.45 


26,220.00 


151 


164.47 


24,835.00 


14.95 


55,890.00 


2,789 


14.86 


41,439.00 


52.10 


53,095.00 


938 


54.76 


51,368.00 


6.41 


8,905.00 


1,251 


S.64 


10,812.00 




46,940.00 






33,830.00 



54,035.00 
300,985.00 
760,675.00 

7,220.00 
244,135.00 

1,745.00 
51,620.00 
27,425.00 

189,720.00 

9,800.00 

$ 8,821,170.00 

551,560.00 

$ 8,269,610.00 

1,521,690.00 

35.SS0.OO 

60,200.00 

52,630.00 

$ 9,940,010.00 
3,730.00 



98.51 



795.95 



4,481.84 



13,700.00 

41,760.00 

221,395.00 

865,860.00 

7,770.00 
246,360.00 

2,750.00 
62,220.00 
61,240.00 

159,835.00 



2,712 



$ 7,362,910.00 

456,810.00 

$ 6,906,100.00 

1,132,250.00 

22,004.00 

79,870.00 

35,115.00 

.$ 8,175,339.00 
2,712.00 



LSO 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OURAY. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 


No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Va luation. 


No. of 


l fill- 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


Agricultural Land- 














Acres of improved fruit land 


10,012 


$ 12.93 




9,481 






Acres of irrigated land 


* 129,500.00 


$ 132,344.00 


Acres of natural hav land... 


1,159 


5.70 




1,597 






Acres of dry farming land.. 


6,535.00 


9,436.00 


Improvements on above 
lands 






39,612.00 






42,581.00 


Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 


54,444 


1.30 


71,127.00 


57, 936 




75,077.00 


Improvements on grazing 
land 














Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 


260 


8.00 


2.0S0.00 


420 




3,440.00 


Acres of non-productive coal 
land 














Improvements on productive 














Improvements on non-pro- 














Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 






Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 


















Improvements on other min- 






Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 


17, 276 




278,820.00 


17,399 




278,777.00 


Improvements on metallifer- 






196,900.00 






189,365.00 


Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 






1. Kfl.fi51.00 






53,256.00 


Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 












1,099,419.00 
10,007.00 






13,821.00 






Town and City Lots- 






116, 349.00 






108,708.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 






215,518.00 






210,891.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



1,475 


Average 

per Head. 
$ 22.49 $ 


33,165.00 


47 




24.57 
8.04 


1,155.00 


4,999 


40,195.00 


482 




12.00 


5,784.00 


4,526 




2.00 


9,052.00 


173 




4.02 


095.00 



69 



197.00 



1.412 



5, 963 
501 

7,804 
155 

116 



Average 
per Head. 



37,745.00 
1,485.00 

48,161.00 

7,515.00 

13,950.00 

775.00 

228.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 181 

OURAY— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

.$ 180.25 


V 
$ 


aluation. 


No. of 

8 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


4 


725.00 


% 1,500.00 


394 


20.33 




S, 00.1. 00 


35S 




8,838.00 


113 


49.34 




5,575.00 


114 




5,665.00 


34 


11.03 




375 00 


37 




367.00 








13,933.00 






12,933.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise iJJ.sii2.no 63,103.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- ,,„-„„ ,,,- „„ 

cious stones 1, loo. 00 lis. 00 



Household property 



43,635.00 48,870.00 



Libraries 1,450.00 1,600.00 

Furniture and fixtures 12,685.00 12,625.00 

All other property 19.3S5.00 11,896.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



$ 2,735,865.00 $ 2,498,672.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 71,936.00 77,100.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 2,663,929.00 $ 2,421,372.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 42.50 306,410.00 43.50 29S.010.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 31.80 4,450.00 143.21 4,490.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 73S.66 12,710.00 S45.74 14,060.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 3,590.00 43.50 4,702.00 



Grand total .$ 2,991,089.00 $ 2,742,834.00 

Number of military polls.... 301 301.00 340 340.00 



182 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PARK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per "Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Valuation. 



22,561 



Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 164,969 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 3, 269 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $336,340) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



6.00 



1,910 

44 

75 

12,841 

156 

18,579 

20 

27 



Average 

per Head. 

$ 19.10 

28.52 

4.22 

8.00 

13.00 

1.50 

5.00 

1.50 



105,424.00 

1.07 177.644.00 166,614 
48, 675.00 



216,686.00 
118,493.00 

84.0S5.00 



17,644.00 
34,720.00 
66,972.00 

6,745.00 

36,483.00 

1,255.00 

317.00 

102,728.00 

2,020.00 

27,868.00 

100.00 

41.00 



1.07 



19,614.00 3,269 



6.00 



1,977 

40 

72 

12,522 

195 

23,715 

24 

271 



Average 

per Head. 

$ 19.64 

31.37 

4.30 

8.00 

13.51 

1.30 

4.45 

1.30 



7.00 $ 157,927.00 22.75S $ 7.00 $ 159.306.00 



107,582.00 
179,402.00 
129,631.00 

19,614.00 



218,737.00 
IIS, 593. 00 

2S.40o.00 



19,535.00 
36.37S.00 
69,559.00 

6,720.00 



38,824.00 

1,255.00 

310.00 

100,176.00 

2,635.00 

30,833.00 

107.00 

333.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 183 

PARK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 
Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 20 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 549 

Musical instruments 85 

Clocks and watches 199 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 154.16 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization ..' 664.57 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1, 058.72 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 325 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 

2S 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 315.00 


$ 


Valuation. 


$ 318.25 $ 


6,365.00 


8,840.00 


13.66 


7,504.00 


552 


13.41 




7,405.00 


76.17 


6,475.00 


SO 


73.18 




5,855.00 


6.20 


1,233.00 
' 9,775.00 


1S5 


6.25 




1,158.00 
9,860.00 




725.00 








730.00 




1,000.00 








1,945.00 




19,007.00 








18,376.00 




1,025.00 








715.00 




555.00 








510.00 




9,435.00 








8,985.00 




8,250.00 


8,130.00 




20,565.00 








21,298.00 




14.167.00 








14,102.00 


$ 


1,332,422.00 
14,170.00 






$ 


1,376,064.00 
14,755.00 


$ 


1,318,252.00 






% 


1,361,309.00 




1,282,000.00 


154.16 






1,256,120.00 




20,710.00 


664.57 






20,520.00 




18,220.00 


1,061.71 






17,650.00 




31,090.00 








29,972.00 


$ 


2,670,272.00 






$ 


2,685,571.00 




325.00 


317 






317.00 



184 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PHILLIP&. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



18,441.00 
27,035.00 
68,499.00 



: .no 



35S,741 $ 2.58 $ 928,036.00 362,696 $ 2.59 $ 938,707.00 
82,541.00 86.S99.00 



15,410.00 
26,847.00 
67,209.00 

3,900.00 



3,844 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 19.76 $ 


75,960.00 


3,660 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 19.95 $ 


73,000.00 


169 




20.00 
8.00 


3,380.00 


202 
3,941 




20.00 
10.00 


4,040.00 


4,367 


34,936.00 


39,410.00 


1,845 




10.00 


18,450.00 


1,765 




12.00 


21,180.00 


32 




1.00 


32.00 


24 




1.00 


24.00 


1,454 




3.00 


4,362.00 


1,072 




3.00 


3,216.00 



35 



76. S6 



2,690.00 



28 



7.00 



2,150.00 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 

60 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 198.00 


Valuation. 


$ 204.44 


$ 11,018.00 


$ 11,915.00 


10.00 


9,981.00 


S52 


10.00 


S, 650. 00 


21.63 


5,300.00 


149 


32.00 


4,805.00 


3.34 


755.00 


113 


5.00 


505.00 









AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 185 

PHILLIPS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 54 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 998 

Musical instruments 245 

Clocks and watches 226 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 9,446.00 7,677.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cat h value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 36.30 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 52 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 375 









27,230.00 


2:,, 045.00 


470.00 




380.00 


12,091.00 




9,961.00 


2.9SS.00 


3,095.00 


16,021.00 




14,290.00 


16,219.00 




13,440.00 


$ 1,375,SS1.00 




$ 1,382,355.00 


36,992.00 




33.67S.00 


$ 1,338, SS9.00 




$ 1,348,677.00 


491,700.00 


30.30 


481,700.00 


1,000.00 




850.00 


890.00 




10,760.00 


9,160.00 










$ 1,841,639.00 




$ 1,852,087.00 


375.00 


320 


326.00 



186 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PITKIN. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1S11 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Valuation. 



Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land. 

Improvements 
land 



on grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 



Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $.. 



Assessment on net 
from metalliferous 
claims (gross val., J 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on 
lands 



) 

output 
mining 
) 



public 



Town and City Lots — 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



(as- 



Railroad Property 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



12.S52 



86,275.00 

35,052 2.05 71,755.00 35,946.44 2.02 



10,227 13.99 143,055.00 



34,250.00 



10,227 13.99 



16.91 217,125.00 12,852 
43,510.00 



15.75 



71,965.00 



10,455.00 

81,175.00 

102,650.00 



1,712 
27 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 25.18 $ 
32.96 

9.0G 

1.11 
3.62 


44,130.00 
890.00 


1,625 

15 

5,005 

4,338 

4C6 


Av 
per 

$ 


erase 
Head. 

24.72 

29.67 


5,401 


48,915.00 


10.63 


19,815 
441 


22,020.00 
1,595.00 


1.13 
2.95 



14,460% $ 15.23 $ 220,140.00 14,564.49 $ 14.53 $ 211,590.00 



96,655.00 
72,480. 0D 



143.055.00 



202,425.00 
63,995.00 

29,845.00 



13,370.00 
SI, 155. 00 
98,215.00 



15 



6.00 



IlO.lliI 



12.50 



40, 170. Of) 
445.00 

53,220.00 

4,885.00 

1,375.00 

50.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 187 

PITKIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


"Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


46 


} 


12.61 


$ 5S0.00 








5 




126.00 


630.00 


39 


$ 29.49 


$ 1,150.00 


548 




17.39 


9,530.00 


501 


16.84 


8,435.00 


292 




62.72 


18,315.00 


268 


60.97 


16,340.00 


230 




10.02 


2,305.00 


185 


9.65 


1,785.00 









Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Casii value tank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 7.S00.00 3,645.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 






5,000.00 
45.3S0.00 








Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise... 

Amount of capital employed 


42,255.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 

Household property 

Libraries 


9S5.00 
61,400.00 


845.00 

53,905.00 


Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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


9,840.00 
124,645.00 

14,335.00 


7,135.00 
84,660.00 

8,335.00 








Total assessment by the 


$ 


1,500,740.00 
72,465.00 






$ 1,341,420.00 


Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 




97,415.00 


Total net assessment by 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 


86.58 

312.58 

648.48 

1,700.96 


$ 

$ 7,777.43 
30.33 
18.10 
13.45 


1.42S. 275.00 

673,370.00 

9.4S0.00 

11,770.00 

22,890.00 


86.58 $ 

932.79 
1,014 


7,703.05 

21.32 
21.58 


$ 1,244,005.00 
666,930.00 


Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 




Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 


19,890.00 
21,SS0.00 






Grand total 

Number of military polls 




$ 


2,145.785.00 


633 




$ 1,952,705.00 
633.00 



188 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PROWERS, 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land. . 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



Valuation. 



228,046 



1.89 



on grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land — 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $.. 



Assessment on net 
from metalliferous 
claims (gross val., i 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on 
lands 



) 

output 

mining 

? ) 

public 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



45,995.00 
288,200.00 
460,420.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



102,306 

101,565 $ 15.03 $ 1,527,210.00 4,484 
1,963 7.53 14,780.00 



156,205.00 

432,660.00 240,026 
9,070.00 



18.40 
9.49 



1.70 



Valuation. 

i 1,887,580.00 
42,535.00 



244,360.00 
414,595.00 
85,430.00 



40,960.00 
302,765.00 
437,465.00 



7,988 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 21.10 % 


168,710.00 


8,163 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 20.50 $ 


16S, 195.00 


1,053 


27.00 
6.80 


28,995.00 


949 

10, 457 




27.40 

7.16 


26,045.00 


12,589 


86,545.00 


74, 880.00 


2,013 


11.70 


23,730.00 


1,598 




11.50 


18,435.00 


215, 275 


. 0.75 


157,800.00 


118,626 




.57 


67,190.00 


3,365 


2.35 

30.00 


7,915.00 


3,650 

216 




1.60 
44.00 


5,750.00 


360 


10,735.00 


9,520.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



189 



PROWERS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc. — 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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



No. of 

41 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 
$ 455.00 


No. of 

55 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 17.60 


Valuai ion ■ 
$ 970.00 


96 


$ 153.00 


14,705.00 


94 


114.00 


10,710.00 


1,916 


8.00 


15,345.00 


1,769 


7.76 


13,735.00 


293 


41.00 


12,055.00 


313 


33.60 


10,530.00 


162 


3.26 


545.00 
1,490.00 


1.72 


3.14 


540.00 

1,180.00 



Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — ' 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned b5 r the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



).42 



724.59 



2,610.00 



115,645.00 
145,680.00 

385.00 
35,935.00 
1,600.00 
12,225.00 
31,655.00 

96,150.00 



$ 3,905,450.00 
78,385.00 

$ 3,827,065.00 
G94, 730.00 
24,340.00 



165.33 28,320.00 

24,360.00 



Grand total 

Number of military polls.. 



1,358 



$ 4,598,815.00 
1,358.00 



750.00 



1,075.00 



114,270.00 
145,405.00 

600.00 

30,390.00 

3,020.00 

11,905.00 

27,405.00 

103,195.00 



$ 4,301,385.00 
74,125.00 



$ 4,227,2(30.00 

80.41 686,180.00 

763.02 24,880.00 

2,166.58 36,160.00 



21,886.00 



1,280 



$ 4,996,366.00 
1,280.00 



J 90 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PUEBLO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 
Average Average 
Value per Value per 
PROPERTY No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. Valuation. 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 81,817 $ 20.25 $ 1,056,767.00 81,855 $ 20.42 $ 1,671,536.00 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of suburban land 20,835 45.84 955,060.00 20,604 44.10 909,357.00 

Improvements on a b o v e 
lands 2,912,419.00 2,902,637.00 

Grazing Land — „ 

Acres of grazing land 572,683 1.50 S63.151.00 587,741 1.60 939,039.00 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land .• 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 



Public Lands — 

Improvements on p u b 1 i c _. „,_ „. 

lands 44,775.00 54,31n.00 

Town and City Lots— _ ,„_ ... .. 

Town and city lots 7,425,237.00 t, 405,689.00 

Improvements on town and „ _„. .„ .. 

city lots 6.750,410.00 6,ifiS,453.00 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board .. ... .. 

of Equalization 45.790.00 46,430.00 

Average Average 

Live Stock— per Head. per Head. 

Horses 9,075 $ 38.44 $ 34S.S30.00 8,484 $ 34.85 $ 295.710.00 

Mules 524 64.40 33,770.00 400 42.90 17.170.00 

Asses 

Range cattle 21,225 12.20 259,015.00 14,385 14.15 203,550.00 

Dairy cattle 3,460 26.10 90,365.00 2,916 25.96 75,715.00 

Sheep 17,441 1.54 26,970.00 13,951 1.62 22,680.00 

Swine 2,610 5.00 13,535.00 2.50S 1-77 11,965.00 



Goats 

All other animals 399 34.00 13,550.00 171 65.70 11,235.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



191 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 21.20 


Valuation. 

$ 7,865.00 


No. of 

271 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 
$ 26.53 


Valuation. 
$ 7,190.00 


409.22 


121,130.00 


413 


370.92 


153,195.00 


27.43 


111,320.00 


3,544 


25.93 


91,920.00 


61.24 


127,690.00 


1,938 


63.14 


122,370.00 


9.49 


20,770.00 


1,487 


10.51 


15,640.00 









PUEBLO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 371 

Automobiles 296 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 4,058 

Musical instruments 2,085 

Clocks and watches 2,188 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash vaiue bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 269.78 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 1,836.31 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 10,668.24 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls S, 495 



77,660.00 



139,200.00 



2,093,715.00 

9,350.00 
992,030.00 

7,730.00 
222,310.00 
234,615.00 

226,695.00 



* 25,831,724.00 



1,374,995.00 



24,456,729.00 



2,516,520.00 



54,940.00 



313.27 



2,000.25 



188,820.00 10,646.42 



96,950.00 



$ 27,313,959.00 
8,495.00 



7,470 



69,370.00 

154,505.00 

2,083,065.00 

7,515.00 
916,455.00 

5,915.00 
217,595.00 
800,295.00 

226,425.00 

$ 26,246,936.00 

1,215,310.00 

$ 25,031,626.00 

2,641,960.00 

60,860.00 

177,140.00 

92,965.00 

$ 28,004,551.00 
7,470.00 



192 



RIEXNIAL ItEPORT 



RIO BLANCO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 



Valuation. 



19,500 
4,000 



Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



78, S55 



4,520 



Improvements on oil land... 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, 
asphaltum 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and cit5' lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals, 



139.60 



30.00 



4.1SS.0O 



7.S00.00 
38,122.00 
S5, 215.00 



9.00 $ 


175,500.00 


19.S60 


4.00 


16,000.00 
94,055.00 


4,500 


1.27 


100,827.00 
10,300.00 


85,711 


10.00 


45,200.00 


4,600 



1.27 



10.00 



139 



30.00 



9.00 $ 178,740.00 

4.00 18,000.00 

97,630.00 

10S,427>00 
10,220.00 



16,000.00 



4,188.00 



8,625.00 



4,145 
35 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 23.00 $ 
30.60 

11.25 

2.00 
3.00 


95,580.00 
1,070.00 


4,200 
39 

31,141 

277 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 22.20 $ 
29.10 

lO.Sf, 
3.00 


93,525.00 
1,140.00 


30, 285 


341,477.00 


33S, 045 . 00 


18 


36.00 
730.00 




242 


843.00 









Grand total 

Number of military polls 410 



(7i 



19. GO $ 


11,610.00 


676 


I 


17.30 $ 


11, 713. Of) 


60.75 


3,645.00 


65 




59.50 


3,865.00 


6.40 


185.00 


70 




s.oo 


565.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. l*-t:> 

R I O BLANCO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACT'S OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE' YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Averag ! Average 

Vehicles, Etc. — No. of per Item. Valuation. No. of per Item. Valuation. 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 594 

Musical instruments U0 

Clocks and watches. 73 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 4,850.00 1,050.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total not assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 7.80 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 383.32 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization, express 7.80 











39,425.00 


43,630.00 

5,850.00 


25.00 

22,325.00 


325.00 

22,185.U0 


3,625.00 

28,815.00 

17,700.00 


4, 47:,. 00 

24,4^0.00 

17, 700.00 


' 




$ 1,148,605.00 

55,805.00 


3S4. 




$ 1,174,786.00 

58,260.00 


$ 1,09 9 ,SOO.OO 

$ 7.S46.00 61,430.00 


SO $ 7, 
32 


$ 1,116,526.00 

670.00 59, 840.00 


8,430.00 

150.85 1,180.00 


7,210.00 
880.00 


$ 1,163,840.00 

410.00 


420 




$ 1,184,456.00 
420.00 



194 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



RIO GRANDE. 

A BSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land . . 
Acres of dry farming land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



Valuation. 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements 'on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



2,239.62 



IT.SIHI.IKI 



39,765.00 
151,520.00 
353,930.00 

S35.00 



69,586 $ 9.85 $ 685,415.00 70,377 



195,650.00 

91,737 1.92 175,460.00 93,882 



1,708 



3,290 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 36.52 $ 


120,585.00 


3,345 


340 




51.60 
7.84 


17,540.00 


469 


5,210 


40,870.00 


5,734 


1,117 




15.31 


17,100.00 


1,189 


40,756 




1.51 


61,340.00 


37,619 


3,706 




2.80 


10,325.00 


3,219 



Average 
per Head. 



$ 693,290.00 



326,090.00 
175,845.00 



17,490.00 



40,605.00 
153,635.00 
375,690.00 



$ 107,600.00 
20,785.00 



23 



2,920.00 



25 



48,635.00 

17,555.00 

56,440.00 

9,895.00 

2,680.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



1!).-, 



RIO GEANDE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles. 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



of 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise... 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property ... 
Tools and machinery.. 
Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or- shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 



Total net assessment 
the assessor 



No. of 

99 

1,195 
260 
53 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 
136 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


1S9.34 


$ 18,745.00 


$ 23,795.00 


17.74 


21,200.00 


1,130 




16,750.00 


83.31 


21,060.00 


323 




19,500.00 


7.45 


335.00 


34 




215.00 



by 



43,745.00 



96,275.00 



285.00 
45,585.00 
42,360.00 

43,135.00 

31,500.00 



$ 2,256,060.00 



109,600.00 



$ 2,146,460.00 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other propertv returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



40.80 9,470.06 



178 



652.38 



31.08 



17.21 



Grand total 

Number of military polls. 



924 



386,370.00 
2,540.00 
11,220.00 

9.S60.00 

$ 2,556,550.00 
924.00 



40. SO 



81.78 



720.01 



40,575.00 



963 



104,985.00 



250.00 
40,940.00 
50,645.00 

44,210.00 



31,500.00 

$ 2,419,600.00 

94,600.00 

$ 2,325,000.00 

386,480.00 

2,560.00 

11,970.00 

11,300.00 

$ 2,737,310.00 
963.00 



190 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ROUTT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Equity in state land 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on 
land 



1,777 

25,497 $ 10.40 $ 369,115.00 36,530 



16, 679 



150,179 



grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productivii 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land — 
Timber and stone 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — ' 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swino 

Goats 

All other animals 



1,280 
73,899 



29,906 



2,396 6.06 16.0SO.00 
2,600.00 



34,365.00 
227,935.00 
240,375.00 



6.00 


100,625.00 
150,640.00 


20, 349 


2.00 


316,870.00 
26,300.00 


162,615 


20.00 


25, 600.00 


8,980 


10. Gl 


784,680.00 
13,200.00 


64, 967 



2.53 135.00 24,171 



2,791 



Valuation. 

5 51,050.00 
362,140.00 



100,720.00 

187,380.00 

17,150.00 

343,775.00 



179,600.00 
649,670.00 

19,200.00 



62,600.00 
1,000.00 



14,060.00 
3,300.00 



■: I. 51 in. Oil 
211,435.00 
251,215.00 



2 2/; 


i 5,000.00 


7,000.00 








7, S9O.O0 


6,085 


Average 
per Head. 
$ 33.84 $ 


205,945.00 


6,152 


Average 
per Head, 

$ 


196,030.00 


I'll 


37.01 
10.32 


!i, i -in. oo 


219 
29, H6 






7,785.00 


25.62S 


264,640.00 


293,423.00 


1,068 


15.54 


16,595.00 


771 






12,447.00 


131 


2.06 


270.00 


162 






260.00 


1,043 


5.13 
11.80 


5,360.00 


1,167 

Til 






5,394.00 


77 


915.00 


860.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



197 



ROUTT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE STEAKS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc- 
Farm implements 
Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



of 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 

Cash value bank deposits in 

state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

AH other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



Nc 


1. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 162.50 

21.39 
53.90 

8.03 


Valuation. 

$ 30,320.00 
1,300.00 

29,585.00 

11,485.00 

755.00 


No. of 

12 
1,211 

91 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 

$ 32,385.00 
2,100.00 

26,550.00 


1 


8 

,383 

213 

94 




935.00 











59.17 



992.61 



Grand total 

Number of military polls. 



,050.00 



101,5-15.00 



41,790.00 

1,050.00 

28,855.00 

44,695.00 

45,005.00 



$ 3,257,620.00 



154,000.00 



$ 3,103,620.00 



327,880.00 



5,540.00 



711 



$ 3,460,360.00 
711.00 



59.17 



23,320.00 969.37 



57.47 



20,630.00 



90,155.00 
50,055.00 

63,560.00 

16,380.00 
25,306.00 

44,240.00 



$ 3,193,120.00 



142,800,00 



$ 3,050,320.00 



329,050.00 



24,190.00 



6,030.00 



817 



$ 3,409,590.00 
817.00 



198 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SAGUACHE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 





1911 

Average 

Value per 




1912 
Average 
Value per 




PROPERTY No. of 


Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of Acre. 


Valuation. 


Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 


$ 3.07 




373,621 










Acres of natural hay land 






Acres of dry farming land... 378,884 


$ 1,164,858.00 


$ 960,083.00 


Improvements on above 




103,870. 00 




147,555.00 


Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 










Improvements on grazing 
land 










Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 






Acres of non-productive coal 
land 










Improvements on productive 
coal land 






Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 






Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 












Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 






Improvements on other min- 
eral land 






Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 


63,050.00 


72.216.00 


Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 




S, 733. 00 




8,964.00 


Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val.. $ } 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 








2,994 00 












31,470.00 




24,111.00 


Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 




63,907.00 




42,078.00 


Improvements on town and 
citv lots 




128,765.00 




124,748.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



3,710 


Average 
per Head 

$ 28.83 


143 




40.07 


20,611 




8.52 


60, 286 




1.4S 


2,096 




3.80 


395 




1.0S 



Average 
per Head. 



106,983.00 3,640 

5,730.00 14S 



175,521.00 21,982 



89,501.00 66,441 

7,968.00 1,504 

425.00 4S5 

4 



588.00 

101,522.00 
6,025.00 

1S5.707.00. 

101,243.00 

5,242.00 

504.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 191) 

SAGUACHE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 240.22 


Valuation. 


No. of 

69 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


46 


$ 11,050.00 


$ 10,595.00 


911 


22.07 


20,100.00 


840 






17,040.00 


16S 


74.00 


12,410.00 


170 






13,245.00 


418 


5.48 


2,290.00 


366 






1,900.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state .*. 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 101,270.00 38,775.08 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 59,825.00 57,025.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 320.00 

Household property 40,320.00 38,735.00 

Tools and machinery 51,511.00 

Furniture and fixtures .■ 

All other property 70,791.00 9,640.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) • 67.09S.O0 

Stock or shares in any cor- 
poration .doing business in 
the state 17,936.00 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 2,349,093.00 $ 2,089,144.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 94,019.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 2,255,074.00 $ 2,089,144.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 106.60 1,009,500.00 106.60 1,009,740.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 336.03 10,080.00 344.19 10,340.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 538.69 9,270.00 683.75 11,360.00 

All other property returned 
bv the State Board of 
Equalization .• 10,040.00 106.60 13,150.00 



Grand total $ 3,293,964.00 $ 3,133,434.00 

Number of military polls 653 653. U0 



200 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SAX JUAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements on 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



grazing 



Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land — 

Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land. 

Other Mineral Land — 
Timber and stone 



Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



200 



2.80 $ 



195 



5.00 



22,365 



31.01 



136 


Average 
per Head 

$ 28.56 


61 


36.59 


10 


5.00 


85 


15.00 


1,425 


1.50 


1 





r^u. in, 



975.00 



278.2S0.00 

23,502.00 

20,100.00 

99,496.00 

327,130.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



200 



J 80 I 



195 



5.00 



693,561.00 22,495 
380,555.00 



582 



31.23 



275.79 



3.S85.00 


103 


Average 

per Head 

$ 29.17 


1,232.00 


7S 




21.82 


50.00 


45 
84 




5.00 


1,275.00 


13.00 


2.13S.O0 


1,550 




1.50 


5.00 









560.00 



975.00 

702,601.00 
::74. 215.00 

00,697.00 

69,816.00 

18,678.00 

99,249.00 

323,445.00 



3,045.00 


1,702.00 


225.00 


1,260.00 


2,325.00 







1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 
* 75.00 


No 


. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 28.23 
70.55 
14.82 


$ 


Val 


uation. 






1 

71 
45 
17 


175.00 


$ 28.77 
72.50 
17.60 


2,475.00 

3,625.00 

317.00 


2,005.00 

3,175.00 

252.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 201 

SAN JUAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE' YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc. — No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 1 

Automobiles 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description S6 

Musical instruments 50 

Clocks and watches 18 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, credits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 11,904.00 J2.576.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 42.10 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 26.20 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 739.59 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 290 









S3.260.00 


71,695.00 


3,000.00 






275.00 




225.00 


36,570.00 




36,120.00 


1,475.00 




1,200.00 


16,363.00 




15,322.00 


3,500.00 




3,825.00 


24,999.00 




21,999.00 


$ 2,020,582.00 




$ 1,863,392.00 


37,800.00 




37,000.00 


% 1,982,782.00 




$ 1,826,392.00 


196,980.00 


42.10 


194,950.00 


S20.00 


26.20 


820.00 


12,590.00 


732.36 


12,170.00 


1,360.00 




1,764.00 


$ 2,194,532.00 




$ 2,036,096.00 


290.00 


268 


268.00 



202 



BIENNIAL KEPOKT 



SAN MIGUEL. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land.. 
Acres of dry farming land. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 

Improvements 
land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. Valuation. 



4,816 



62,515 



7.25 



1.56 



grazing 



Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land — 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-praducing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (a s- 
sessed locally) — " 
Railroad property not re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



40 



10. 00 



6,408 



,504.09 



5.81 



30.10 



6,299 $ 8,55 $ 53,909.00 



400.00 



30.00 



342,490.00 

732,900.00 

31,330.00 
239,491.00 

357,305.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



5,938 



34,919.00 4,985 

45,390.00 

97,512.00 65,023 

17,665.00 



37,230.00 6,412 

279,665.00 

225,925.00 7,502 

494,670.00 





Average 
per Head. 






1,847 


$ 


45.46 $ 


83,980.00 


2,103 


106 




52.26 


6,600.00 


237 


75 




5.13 


385.00 


109 


10,962 




8.51 


93,210.00 


11,500 


488 




19.16 


9,335.00 




3,313 




2.35 


S, 785.00 


2,358 


173 




4.02 


695.00 


161 
18 









Valuation. 



Average 
per Head. 



$ 55,190.00 



37,600.00 
40,570.00 
96,120.00 
25,830.00 

400.00 

30.00 



33,930.00 
398,000.00 

228,810.00 
375,000.00 

226,870.00 

1,038,270.00 

15,620.00 
230,030.00 
315,400.00 



83,750.00 

7,790.00 

770.00 

98,560.00 

4,730.00 

760.00 

25.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



l'ii:; 



SAN MIGUEL— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and motorcycles — 


No. of 

605 
124 
135 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 

27.45 
83.10 
15.93 


Valuation. 


No. of 
3 
3 

608 
167 
145 


li 
Ave 
per 


•12 

rage 

Item. 


Valuation. 
$ 150.00 






640.00 


Carriages and vehicles of 


$ 17,606.00 

10,310.00 

2,148.00 

3,662.00 
2,450.00 




17,665.00 






13,330.00 






2,040.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 




13,470.00 


Cash value bank deposits out 





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



Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise — 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 



Household property ... 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 



Grand total 

Number of military polls 



47.70 



111.20 



584.40 



656 



2,100.00 



9,300.00 



144,400.00 



2,500.00 
55,164.00 

1,310.00 
41,170.00 
24,287.00 

65,230.00 



$ 3,575,458.00 

71,900.00 

$ 3,503,558.00 

247,840.00 

3,460.00 

10,810.00 

4,590.00 

$ 3,770,258.00 
656.00 



47.70 



111.20 



720.70 



630 



6,390.00 



114,430.00 



3,520.00 
58,310.00 

1,020.00 
38,650.00 

41,740.00 

49,940.00 



$ 3,675,350.00 

77,030.00 

$ 3,598,320.00 

214,650.00 

3,490.00 

12,060.00 

6,000.00 

$ 3,834,520.00 
630.00 



THE 
STATE TEACHERS 
COUEGE Of COLORADO 
Greeley, Colo. 



-o- 



204 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SEDGWICK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PFOPEF.TY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land 

Acres of dry farming- land.. 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land — 
Acres of grazing land 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



No. of 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


22,167 


$ 12.10 


$ 208,160.00 


22, 325 


$ 12.75 


$ 284,680.00- 


1,894 


6.00 


11,370.00 


192, 193 


2.92 


561,135.00 


7,520 


3.36 


24,830.00 
58,055.00 


1,894 


0.00 


11,370.00 
4T,3::0.00 


220, 202 


2.17 


479,007.00 
10,040.00 


43,500 


1.25 


54,375.00 
5,640.00 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land. 



Improvements on oil land.... 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



1,958 



22.82 



8,015.00 

45,680.00 1,970 20.90 
77,090.00 



11,780.00 
41,300.00 
91,520.00 



2,762 


Average 
per Head. 

$ 26.58 $ 


73,430.00 


' 2,207 


a verage 
per Head. 
$ 23.00 $ 


52,160.00 


134 




31.30 

8.00 


4.175.00 


182 
3,151 




26.00 
8.20 


4,73X00 


3,941 


33,535.00 


25,860.00 


806 




12.57 


10,130.00 


1,100 




11.70 


12,800.00 


281 




1.37 


385.00 


48 




1.30 


35.00 


1,214 




3.89 


4,725.00 


1,066 




3.50 


3,730.00 



72.00 



1,080.00 



15 



I /.Mill 



1,035.00 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. Of 


1912 

Average 

per Item. 


Valuation. 




$ 


I i 








$ 130.00 


3,420.00 


29 


$ 120.00 


$ 3.4S0.OO 


1G.47 




8,410.00 


729 


11.00 


8,020.00 


34.29 




3,395.00 


126 


32.40 


3,810.00 


5.00 




135.00 

2, or,' i, mi 


56 


5.00 


280.0U 

4:0. 00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 205 

SEDGWICK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc. — No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 2 

Automobiles 27 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 511 

Musical instruments 99 

Clocks and watches 27 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 2,500(00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash vaiue special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor 



Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904. 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 32.07 $13,775.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 374.91 SI. 40 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 858.47 21.55 

All other property returned 
by the State "Board of 
Equalization : 



Grand total 

Number of military polls 354 



20,325.00 










IS, 780.00 


300.00 










300.00 


140.00 












45,130.00 










41,320.00 


250.00 










350.00 


1.910.00 










1,215.00 


28,020.00 










23,5:0.00 


25,980.00 










29,710.nn 


8,335.00 












$ 1,265,657.00 








$ 


1,343,265.00 


49.SOO.00 










69,200.00 


$ 1,215,857.00 








$ 


1.274,065.00 


441,560.00 


32, 


,07 


$13,200.00 




423,060.00 


11,770.00 


074. 


11 


29.00 




11,060.00 


9,880.00 


479 


,32 


22.00 




10,670.00 


13,250.00 










15,200.00 


$ 1,692,317.00 






$ 


1,734,055.00 


354.00 


341 








341.00 



206 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



2,972 $ 5.00 $ 14.S6O.00 



$ 5.00 14,000.00 



13,745.00 

1.25 21,459.00 17,739 



1.25 



8.00 



520 



8.00 



SUMMIT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912 

1911 1912 
Average Average 
^,^^^„, „,,. Value per Value per 
PFOFEKT^ No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 2,812 
Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 16,743 

Improvements on grazing 
land 

< !oal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, tim- 
ber and stone 520 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims Cnon-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Live Stock — 

Horses 648 

Mules 4 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 2,061 

Sheep 1,400 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 



Valuation. 



4,100.00 

376,729.00 
338,946.00 

151,816.00 

44,066.00 

36,718.00 

120,640.00 



Average 

per Head. 

$ 22.82 

20.00 



13.01 
1.50 



14,790.00 
80.00 



26,819.00 
2,100.00 



665 

4 

10 
2,221 

1,600 
33 



Average 

per Head. 



13,620.00 
22,174.00 



4,160.00 

3S4, 900.00 
326,243.00 

155,104.00 

43,626.00 

36,058.00 
114, 385. OH 

200.00 

14,528.00 
80.00 
50.00 

29,699.00 



2,400.00 
165.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 207 

SUMMIT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 
Bicycles and motorcycles 


1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 

2 

263 
45 
G 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 

$ 85.00 








Carriages and vehicles of 




7,640.00 






3,375.00 


Clocks and watches 




85.00 


Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 


7,200.00 


7,200.00 



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



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



Total net assessment by 
the assessor 



Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 28,295.00 28,350.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 



Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 550.00 550.00 

Household property 600.00 600.0) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 5,450.00 5,490.00 

All other property 5,405.00 3,730.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 1,223,403.00 $ 1,219,357.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 



Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 68.81 611,830.00 68.81 603,880.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 138.40 4,300.00 915.92 17,260.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 764.99 13,160.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 6,230.00 7,210.00 



Grand total $ 1,S60,923.00 .$ 1,847,707.00 

Number of military polls.... 280 280.00 291 291.00 



208 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



TELLER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 

1911 1912 

Average Average 

Value per Value per 

No. of Acre. Valuation. No. of Acre. 



PROPERTY 

Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 
Acres of dry farming land... 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land 



Valuation. 



1,503 
4,438 



89, 314 



Improvements on grazing 
land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 



Improvements on productive 
coal land 

Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land — 

her Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof, placer 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Improvements on lcasnl 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Improvements on leased 
lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



9,878.19 



30, 353 



1 , 173, 040. 00 

1,784,940.00 

44,070.00 



1,605 
22 



Average 
per Head. 

$ 24.00 $ 
24.00 



5,027 

616 

11 

179 



42 



8.35 

20.00 

3.00 

5.00 

40.00 



369,530.00 
966,710.00 



1,150.00 

38,470.00 
530.00 

43,240.00 

12,300.00 

30.00 

920.00 



7.00 
5.00 


$ 


10,970.00 
22,350.00 


1,585 
5,259 


1.50 


130,730.00 
03,690.00 


87, 260 



7.00 $ 
5.00 


11,110.00 
27,240.00 


1.50 


130,870.00 
44,720.00 



7.75 ,77.010.00 9,878.19 



57.50 1,743,080.00 30.3.",:; 
1,235,700.00 



Average 

per Head. 

1,566 $ 21.12 

6 15.00 



3,968 
588 



l.l, Ml. mi 



S8 
11 



8.70 
18.60 

3.20 

40.00 



77,010.00 

S11,3C0.00 
1,041,420.00 

711,210.00 

1,904,310.00 

04.150.00 

870.00 

354,940.00 

814,490.00 
10,860.00 

1,150.09 

33,160.00 
90.00 



34,550.00 
10,930.00 

2S0.00 

[20.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



201) 



TELLER— Concluded. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 



Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles — 5 

Automobiles 12 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 607 

Musical instruments 598 

Clocks and watches SO 

Moneys, Credits, Etc. — 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital, water 
rights for commercial pur- 
poses 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

Farm implements 

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 109 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 465.9S 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 5,079.60 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 2,301 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 



$ 204.50 

20.00 
50.00 

n.oj 



Valuation. 

I 120.00 

2,450.00 

11,130.00 

32,500.00 

880.00 

3,250.00 



200.00 



2,250.00 



1ARS 1911 AND 1912. 




No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 197.00 $ 


Valuation. 


32 


6,310.00 


665 


19.00 


12,990.00 


649 


52.00 


33,590.00 


13 


26.00 


340.00 



43,940.00 




269,590.00 


189,130.00 




159,100.00 


95,000.00 




95,000.00 


1,840.00 




840.00 






218,100.00 


4,150.00 




2,010.00 


63,620.00 




56,300.00 


46,640.00 




26,460.00 


76,3:0.00 


143 


21.00 80,490.00 


4,410.00 




3,010.00 


$ 8,591,950.00 




$ 7,061,270.00 


260,780.00 




274,240.00 


$ 8,331,170.00 




$ 6,787,030.00 


1,237,800.00 


109 


1,230,840.00 


13,440.00 


428.98 


12,778.00 


....... 87,990.00 


5,049 


84,590.00 


21,370.00 




20,100.00 


$ 9,691,770.00 




$ 8,135,338.00 


2,301.00 


2,000 


2,000.00 



I'll) 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



WASHINGTON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY 
Agricultural Land — 

Acres of improved fruit land 

Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land... 

Acres of dry farming land 

Improvements on above 
lands 

Grazing Land- 
Acres of grazing land and 
dry farming land 

Improvements on grazing 
land and dry farming land 

Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 
land 

Improvements on productive 
coal land 



1911 
Average 
Value per 
Xo. of Acre. 



572,597 



2.40 



Improvements on non-pro- 
ductive coal land 

Oil Land — 
Acres of oil land 



Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land — 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 



Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ .) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., % ) 

Public Lands- 
Improvements on public 
lands 



Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 
Horses 



Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 



1,206 



34.73 



Average 

per Head. 

8,132 $ 27.95 



426 



20,431 

13,297 

2,780 

13 



36.62 



8.77 



Valuation. 



6,899 $ 15.00 $ 
1,420 5.00 



7,930.00 



90,405.00 
41,885.00 
60,665.00 



227,351.00 
15,603.00 



1912 
Average 
Value per 
No. of Acre. 



103,085.00 7,077 

7,100.00 1,165 



1,170,735.00 602,141 
58,560.00 



15.00 
5.00 



2.04 



913 



42.46 



9,031 
419 



Average 
per Head. 

• $ 24.00 

28.60 



179,209.00 20,189 



S.70 



1.50 


19,945.00 


9,014 


3.13 


S, 721.00 


1,361 


1.50 


20.00 


12 



Valuation. 



106 
5 



1,231 
66 



218,550.00 
11,990.00 

175,930.00 



1.50 


13,520.00 


2.75 


3,770.00 


1.50 


20.00 



1911 
Average 
per Item. 


Valuation. 


No. ot 

37 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 140.54 


Valuation. 


$ 172.40 


$ 4,310.00 


$ 5,200.00 


9.75 


17,946.00 


1,712 




9.00 


15,180.00 


27.60 


5,741.00 


195 




31.20 


6,090.00 


4.1.6 


1,138.00 


95 




4.42 


420.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. -11 

WASH I NGTON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YKABS 1911 AND 1912. 

Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 25 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,840 

Musical instruments 208 

Clocks and watches 273 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bunk deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

Amount of money, ci edits, 
book accounts and other 
accounts not evidenced by 
writing 30,026.00 21,435.00 

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of monev 
invested in merchandise 28,796.00 29,070.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 900.00 95,090.00 

Libraries • 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 39,725.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 34,600.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $ 2,119,796.00 $ 2,231,705.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 93,405.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $ 2,138,300.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 40.33 $ 546,920.00 40.33 515,250.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 418.79 13,120.00 402.79 12,550.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned bv the State Board 
of Equalization 188.26 3,240.00 317.72 5,540.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 16,920.00 18,130.00 



Grand total $ 2,699,996.00 $ 2,719,770.00 

Number of military polls.... 1,201 1,201.00 1,076 1.076.00 



212 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



WELD. 
ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPERTY. 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 


No. of 
255,109 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 

$ 20.93 


Valuation. 


No. of 
266, 871 


1912 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 


Valuation. 


Acres of irrigated land 


$ 5, 34i, 760.00 


1 5,572,310.00 


Acres of natural hay land 


12, 099 


15.81 


191,320.00 


13,024 




19S, 120.00 


Acres of dry farming land... 


19,841 


4.97 


9S, 620.00 


21, 4ii7 




102.4S0.00 


Improvements on above 






1,094,690.00 
2,192,160.00 






1,103,160.00 
2,188,230.00 


Grazing Land — 


950, 551 


2.30 


964, 302 




Improvements on grazing 
land 






188,020.00 






200,120.00 


Coal Land- 
Acres of productive coal land 


9,112 


27.10 


255,980.00 


8,904 




267,550.00 


Acres of non-productive coal 
land 


7,320 


9.39 


68,740.00 


7,122 




72,140.00 


Improvements on productive 
coal land 


8; 480 




36,800.00 

ill, 120.00 








Improvements on coal re- 
serve 


48.720.00 



Oil Land- 
Acres of oil land 

Improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 
and the kind thereof 

Improvements on other min- 
eral land 

Mining Claims — 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing) 

Improvements on metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 

from metalliferous mining- 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 
lands 

Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and 
city lots 

Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally)— 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock — 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Bees 

All other animals. 



Average 

per Head 

t5,664 ? 

1,476 

11,746 

7,418 
31,441 
2,302 
1,277 



34.43 
43.69 

10.82 

1.56 
5.67 



50,200.00 
1,449,830.00 
1,833,290 00 

21,110.00 



539,370.00 15,S90 
64,400.00 1,498 



Average 
per Head. 



127,080.00 

132,420.00 

49,450.00 

13,050.00 

1,720.00 

11,. -.211.110 



10, 542 
8,116 

29, 2G0 
2, 5S4 
1,670 



60,110.00 
1,430,030.00 
1,872, GOO. 00 

■"9,060.00 

515,260.00 
80,340.00 



120,680.00 

17S.2G0.00 

45,600.00 

15,210.00 

1,700.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 213 

WELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOE THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— 
Bicycles and automobiles. 

Automobiles 



Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



No. of 


1911 
Average 
per Rem. 


Valuation. 


No. of 


1912 
Average 
per Rem. 


Valuation. 


37 


$ 16.75 


$ 620.00 


50 




.$ 2,050.00 


249 


208.35 


51,880.00 


294 




60,140.00 


5,343 


16.56 


88,5.10.00 


5,094 




75,090.00 


731 


63.90 


46,710.00 


762 




49,670.00 


125 


9.00 


1,100.00 


147 




1,320.00 



Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 17.750.00 18,940.00 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 



Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items ■ 1,400.00 1,400.00 

Miscellaneous — 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 798,920.00 792,680.00 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones S40.00 S40.00 

Household property 

Libraries ' 139,S60.00 204,170.00 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 14S.140.00 243,430.00 

Eank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 293,240.00 370,400.00 

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



Total assessment by the 
assessor $15,102,650.00 $15,941,810.00 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 512.SOO.00 520,600.00 



Total net assessment by 
the assessor $14,889,850.00 $15,421,210.00 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 399.47 4,57S,S40.00 4,610,700.00 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 2,795.48 n7.2S0.O0 81,540.00 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 11,576.17 199,360.00 205,890.00 

All other property returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 102,260.00 119,370.00 



Grand total $19,857,590.00 $ 20,43S,710.00 

Number of military polls.... 4,396 4,396.00 3,271 3,271.00 



■2U 



BIENNIAL ItEPORT 



YUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



PROPET.TY 
Agricultural Land- 
Acres of improved fruit land 


No. of 
3,097 


1911 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 

$ s.oo 

1.92 
1.20 


Valuation, 


No. of 

1,404 
519, ISO 

165,062 


1912 

Average 

Value per 

Acre. 

$ 8.00 
2.25 

1.20 


Valuation. 


Acres of irrigated land 

Acres of natural hay land — 
Acres of dry farming land... 
Improvements on above 


$ 24,775.00 


$ 11,235.00 


602, 


714 


1,159,810.00 
81,815.00 
165,320.00 


1,177,990.00 

82,685.00 

198,175.00 


Grazing Land — 
Improvements on grazing 


137, 


750 


Coal Land — 
Acres of productive coal land 

Acres of non-productive coal 


















Improvements on productive 










Improvements on non-pro- 






Oil Land- 










improvements on oil land 

Other Mineral Land- 
Acres of other mineral land 


















Improvements on other min- 






Mining Claims- 
Acres of metalliferous min- 
ing claims (non-producing). 

Improvements on metallifer- 


















Assessment on gross output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Assessment on net output 
from metalliferous mining 
claims (gross val., $ ) 

Public Lands — 
Improvements on public 














54,760.00 
67,555.00 
111,610.00 


51,405.00 


Town and City Lots- 
Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and 
citv lots 






71,745.00 
114,320.00 



Railroad Property (as- 
sessed locally) — 
Railroad property not re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 



Live Stock- 
Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Range cattle 

Dairy cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals. 





Average 
per Head. 






Average 
per Head. 




11,773 


$ 


24.93 $ 


293,590.00 


12, 981 


$ 


20.11 $ 


262,085.00 


1,437 




24.02 


34,530.00 


1,204 




29.15 


35,115.00 


21 




116.66 


2,450.00 


23 




75.87 


1,745.00 


27,360 




8.00 
1.01 


219,105.00 


28, 002 
1,633 




7.34 
1.01 


205,760.00 


2,064 


2,085.00 


1,050.00 


7,862 




3.02 


23,S10.00 


5,670 




3.00 


17,135.00 



92.". Oi I 



17.50 



105.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



215 



1911 
Average 
pei' Item. 


Valuation. 


No. of 

48 


1912 
Average 
per Item. 

$ 190.10 


Valuation. 


$ 1G3.79 


$ 8,845.00 


$ 9,125.00 


11.25 


22,945.00 


2,179 




11.22 


24,470.00 


31.90 


8,550.00 


216 




38.05 


8,220.00 


7.70 


285.00 


21 




6.66 


140.00 









6,425.00 



YUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1911 AND 1912. 



Vehicles, Etc.— No. of 

Bicycles and motorcycles 

Automobiles 54 

Carriages and vehicles of 
every description 1,950 

Musical instruments 268 

Clocks and watches 37 

Moneys, Credits, Etc.— 
Cash value bank deposits in 
state 

Cash value bank deposits out 
of state 

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

Cash value promissory 
notes, bonds, debentures, 
and all other written evi- 
dence of indebtedness 

Cash value special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Miscellaneous- 
Average amount of money 
invested in merchandise 

Amount of capital employed 
in manufactures 

Jewelry, gold and silver, 
diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank (less amount invested 
in real estate) 

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

Total assessment by the 
assessor 

Deduct amount of personal 
property exempt per con- 
stitutional amendment 1904 

Total net assessment by 
the assessor 

Miles of railroads as re- 
turned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telegraph lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

Miles of telephone lines as 
returned by the State Board 
of Equalization 

All other propertv returned 
by the State Board of 
Equalization 

Grand total 

Number of military polls 



2,980.00 

















61,895.00 


59,745.00 






2 


50.00 




100.00 




30,650.00 


35,500.00 




36,255.00 








36,380.00 




33,470.00 








48,730.00 


$ 


2,451,460.00 

110,990.00 

2,340,470.00 






$ 


2,456,540.00 
115,210.00 


$ 






% 


2,341,330.00 




548,720.00 


40.51 


$13,545.00 




548,720.00 




12,590.00 


405.10 


31.37 




12,710.00 




7,580.00 


136.50 


74.69 




7,570.00 




16,830.00 








17,415.00 


$ 


2,926,190.00 


1,442 




% 


2,927,745.00 
1,442.00 



21G 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



RECAPITULATION OF ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF 
ALL COUNTIES. 



Improved Fruit Land 

Irrigated Land 

Natural Hay Land 

Agricultural Land, Improvements 

Dry Farming Land 

Grazing Land 

Improvements on Grazing Land 

Productive Coal Land 

Non-Productive Coal Land 

Improvements on Productive Coal Land 

Improvements on Non-Productive Coal Land 

Oil Land 

Improvements on Oil Land 

Other Mineral Land 

Improvements on Other Mineral Land 

Metalliferous Mining Claims, Non-Producing 

Improvements on Metalliferous Mining Claims 

Assessment on Gross Output from Metalliferous Mining Claims. . 
Assessment on Net Output from Metalliferous Mining Claims 

Improvements on Public Land 

Town and City Lots 

Improvements on Town and City Lots 

Railroad Property not returned by State Board of Equalization . 

Miscellaneous 

Horses ! 

Mules 



Range Cattle 

Dairy Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All Other Animals 

Bicycles and Motorcycles 

Automobiles 

Carriages and Vehicles of every description. 

Musical Instruments 

Clocks and Watches 

Cash Value of Bank Deposits, in State 

Cash Value of Hank Deposits, out of State, 



1911 



No. Of 



43,978.98 

1,953,967.33 

352.S93.97 



2,103,460.60 
12,576,299.08 



89,843.07 
195,627.14 



692,008 



48.087 22 



176,290.92 



90.952 



259,990 

16,741 

575 

715,315 

70,996 

1,757,771 

75,954 

24,277 

16,437 

3,426 

6,056 

88,232 

39,055 

24,065 



\ aluation 



S 2.551.550 00 

33,318.052.00 

4,977.023.00 

16,438,731.00 

7.337,768.00 

21,455.423.00 

1.953,511.00 

2,669,663.00 

2,689,821.00 

1,775,694 00 

84,806.00 

393,517.00 

223.150.00 

309.8S4.00 

341.015.00 

7,676,469,00 

4,906,965.00 

3,863,026 00 

3,382.810.00 

2.062,549.00 

81,981,310.00 

81,804,548.00 

317,119 00 

374,282.00 

7,751,855.00 

601,292.00 

10,898.00 

6,756,943.00 

1,190,266.00 

2,400,404 00 

281,762 00 

43,816.00 

101,546.00 

83.151.00 

1,703,176.00 

1,707,710.00 

2,331,30S00 

347,324.00 

600,406.00 

6,175.00 



1912 



No. Of 



190,438.08 
1.812.16s 49 
378,418 



2,333,887.48 
12,692.835.09 



87,638 
234,407 



682,359 



48,949.19 



203,708.25 



93.537 



255,511 

16,821 

572 

701,542 

66,273 

1,352.900 

70.261 

24,383 

13.5S1 

3,308 

7,472 

86,025 

40,184 

22.643 



Valuation 

8 4.079.525.00 

32,355.224.00 

3,157,794.00 

16,802,637.00 

10.524.095.00 

20.989.230.00 

1,950,885.00 

2,489,420.00 

2,603,258.00 

1,794,474.00 

76.985.00 

353,372.00 

203,394 00 

358,672 00 

481,735.00 

6,693,306.00 

4,599,649 01) 

1,497,146.00 

5.222,729 00 

2,016,770.00 

85,633,260.00 

83,329,608.00 

342,207.00 

532,904.00 

7,254,340.00 

600,442 00 

9,950.00 

6,798,990.00 

1,178,183.00 

1,788,897.00 

245,102.00 

43,45s 0(1 

84,227.00 

65,858.00 

1,985,283.00 

1,591,444 00 

2,468,940.00 

269,627 on 

692,872.00 

5,818 00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



217 



RECAPITULATION OF ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT OF ALL 
COUNTIES— Concluded 



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 Special Privileges and Franchises not included in other 

items 

Average Amount of Money Invested in Merchandise 

Amount of Capital Employed in Manufactures 

Jewelry, Gold and Silver, Diamonds and other Precious Stones 

Household Property 

Libraries 

Furniture and Fixtures 

All Other Property 

Bank Stock or Shares in any Bank (Less Amount Invested in Real 

Estate) 

Stock or Shares in any Corporation doing business in State 

Miles of Railroad returned by State Board of Equalization 

Miles of Telegraph returned by State Board of Equalization 

Miles of Telephone returned by State Board of Equalization 

All Other Property returned by State Board of Equalization 

Timber 



Total 

Deduct Amount of Personal Property Exempt, per Constitutional 
Amendment 1904 



Grand Total 

Number of Military Polls 



1911 



No. Of Valuation 



5,805.18 

29,847. S5 

218,895.93 



121,072.86 



3,265,020.00 

302,439 00 

586,805 00 
18,531.203.00 
3,344,498.00 
407,980.00 
12,375,104.00 
62,029.00 
3.075,227.00 
4,362,765.00 

7,405,477.00 
9,334,471.00 
54,594,418.00 

934,456.00 
3,756,214.00 
1,650,911.00 

419,704.00 



t433.215.445 00 



16.497,403.00 



J416.718.042 00 

102,515.00 



1912 



No. of Valuation 



5,363.95 
45,308.11 
195.622.04 



109,343 



3,188,710 00 

192.959.00 

11.904,S63.00 
16,691,083.00 

3.507,675.00 
460,056 00 
11,535,445.00 
63,213.00 
3,949,186.00 
4,887,856.00 

7,793,696.00 

172,018.00 

54,567,795.00 

1.224,850 00 

3.555.406 00 

1,665,128 00 

336,860.00 



$438,868,509.00 



16.426,439.00 



8422.442,070.00 
110,794.00 



218 



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Report of the 

Bureau of Building and Loan 
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Bureau of Building and Loan 
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of the State of Colorado 



To His Excellency 

JOHN F. SHAFROTH, 

Governor of the State of Colorado. 

Sir : It is particularly important that legislation be enacted at the session 
of the Nineteenth General Assembly to better protect the interest of the in- 
vesting public with respect to building and loan associations, and other con- 
cerns doing business along this line. 

While legitimate building and loan associations are a good thing, and 
offer relief to many home-seekers of small means, there have operated in this 
state contract loan companies, contract investment companies, home com- 
panies, etc. — largely foreign corporations, which impose an unfair competition 
on the legitimate building and loan concerns, and injure the general tone of 
business. 

Such concerns as the Standard Home Company, the Standard Home 
Realty Company, the Equitable Loan and Investment Company, the National 
Loan and Realty Company, and the United States Guaranty Contract Com- 
pany at the beginning of this administration were all doing business in this 
state as building and loan associations, but took the position with this depart- 
ment that they did not come under the laws governing, in this state, building 
and loan associations. The laws should be reconstructed so as either to ex- 
clude concerns operating in this way from doing business in the state, or else 
to compel them to comply with the building and loan laws. 

Certain of these companies take advantage of the popularity of building 
and loan associations, and draw their contracts, applications, and agreements 
in such form as to mislead the public into the belief that they are in reality 
building and loan associations, at the same time claiming to the various state 
departments throughout the United States that they are not building and loan 
associations. As a consequence, we find that in a great many states of the 
Union they are operating in the same unsatisfactory manner as in Colorado. 
Many of the more conservative states have passed very stringent, and in many 
cases prohibitory, laws to govern these institutions. 

While, as heretofore indicated, the building and loan associations proper 
have quite generally come within the law governing such institutions, we rec- 
ognize many defects in the law itself, especially in respect to withdrawals, 
management, and expenses permitted to associations generally. We would 
recommend that all laws on this subject receive the careful attention of the 
incoming administration, and that the same be modernized and brought down 
1o present-day requirements in every detail. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 255 

We would recommend that in such law greater authority he given to the 
inspector, prescribing rules governing the management of associations gen- 
erally, as well as directing the manner and mode of keeping books, etc., and 
lltat the cumbersome method at present provided for reaching insolvent or 
other associations violating the law should be amended in such way as to 
place the authority directly into the hands of the Bureau of Building and 
Loan Associations. 

This department made certain recommendations along these lines at the 
last session of the legislature, and a bill was also introduced covering to a 
considerable extent these questions. However, the bill did not pass, and we 
would suggest that the matter be taken up thoroughly at the next session of 
the General Assembly. There are many defects in the present law. the correc- 
tion of which would not only benefit the legitimate building and loan asso- 
ciations themselves, but also protect the members from absolute hardships. 

Immediately following this letter will be found a list of suggestions for 
changes in the present laws governing building and loan associations, which, 
in the interest of the public, should be made a basis for legislative action at 
the next session of the legislature. 

Upon the recommendation of this department, the Attorney General caused 
one concern, the Continental Building and Loan Savings Association, to be 
placed in the hands of a receiver, on the grounds of insolvency and misconduct 
in the administration of the company's affairs. There follow in the succeed- 
ing pages, in respect to this concern, the financial statement of the building 
and loan inspector, the report of the receiver, T. J. Lyons, to the court, and 
a transcript of the court order making a final disposition of the case. The 
following concerns within the last two years were forced to discontinue busi- 
ness in this state : 

Equitable Loan Investment Company ; 

National Loan and Realty Company; 

Standard Home and Realty Company; 
and litigation is now pending against the Standard Home Company. 

There are now forty-two building and loan associations coming within 
the jurisdiction of this department. An extract from the reports of these 
associations to this department, covering the six-months' period immediately 
preceding June 30, 1912, is embraced in this report. > 

This department has collected and turned into the state treasury $3,167.25 
in fees during the biennial period ending November 30, 1912. 

The specal laws governing building and loan associations are embraced 
in sections 950-974, inclusive, of the Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908. 

Respectful lv submitted, 

M. A. LEDDY, 
Auditor of State; 
Ex-officio Inspector of Building and Loan Associations. 
E. G. CORAY. 
Deputy. 



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COLLEGE Of COLORA 09 
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256 BIENNIAL REPORT 



SUGGESTIONS FOR CHANGES IN THE LAW RELATIVE TO 
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

First — Section 963 of the Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908. relative to 
the appointment of a receiver for building and loan associations upon the 
application of the Attorney General, should be amended to authorize the 
Attorney General to act upon information furnished by the inspector of build- 
ing and loan associations, as well as upon complaints by stockholders or con- 
tract-holders. 

This section also should be amended to authorize the Attorney General 
to secure the appointment of a receiver, without notice to the defendant com- 
pany, upon the affidavit of anyone acquainted with the facts, and when it is 
shown that an emergency exists necessitating such action. 

Second — Section 973 of the Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908, should be 
amended to eliminate the thirty (30) day notice to the directors of the asso- 
ciation before the building and loan inspector can apply to the Attorney Gen- 
eral for investigation and action against any association acting in an illegal 
manner. 

The section should further be amended to give the inspector greater and 
more definite powers of investigation, and to make the section in harmony 
with section 963 as amended, according to the foregoing suggestion No. 1. 

Third — Section 965 of the Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908, should be 
amended to require foreign building and loan associations to deposit with the 
State Auditor a certain amount of securities, in order to protect Colorado 
investors in case of the mismanagement or wrongdoing on the part of the 
officers of these companies. 

Fourth — The laws relative to building and loan associations should be so 
amended, or additional laws passed, to the effect that all companies selling 
bonds and contracts, and doing a business similar to that of building and loan 
associations, shall be placed under the supervision and control of the building 
and loan inspector, the same as is provided for regular building and loan 
associations. 

A law which would be of much greater benefit to the people of Colorado 
would be one absolutely prohibiting foreign corporations from selling bonds 
and contracts in this state of the character of those sold by the Standard Real 
Estate and Loan Company, which company went into bankruptcy in the sum- 
mer of 1912. 

This company carried on a business practically identical with that done 
by building and loan associations. 

As the law now stands, there is very little or no protection for investors 
against the mismanagement of the officials, or their wilful wrecking of the 
company. 

Fifth— Section 971 of the Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908, should be 
amended, particularly as to the sixth (6th) paragraph of that section, to the 
effect that the words "net dues" should be stricken out, and the report be 
required to show the total payments received by the company or its agents on 
outstanding stock ; and, further, that the report be required to show all insur- 
ance premiums, membership fees, and withdrawal fees paid. 

Sixth — The law relative to building and loan associations should be so 
amended as to require that every agent of such association must first obtain 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 25 • 

a license from the building and loan inspector before soliciting any business, 
and authorizing the cancellation of such license by the building and lean in- 
spector upon information showing that any agent is making misrepresenta- 
tions to prospective investors relative to the character of the business of the 
company, the character of its contracts, or its methods of doing business. 
The law should also provide a penalty, making it a criminal offense for any 
agent to make any such misrepresentations. 

Seventh— Section 952 of the Revised Statutes of Colorado. 1!)()S, should 
be amended to specifically authorize the right of withdrawal to members of 
building and loan associations after a certain number of monthly payments 
and upon a certain number of days' notice, to be specified in the statute. 

Eighth — Officers and directors of building and loan associations should 
be prohibited from being compensated for their services through commissions 
on the sale of shares of stock, or contracts of the association. Their compen- 
sation should come only by way of a definite, fixed salary. 

Ninth — The law should be amended so as to prohibit the same person 
from acting both as an officer and a director of any one association during 
the same period of time. 

Tenth — As the law now stands, building and loan associations doing a 
state-wide business require all applicants for shares of stock to authorize 
one or more of the officers of the association to vote their proxies at all stock- 
holders' meetings at which the stockholder himself is absent. As most stock- 
holders are persons of small means and live considerable distances from the 
home office of the association, they very seldom, if ever, attend a stockholders' 
meeting, and the officers of certain companies have used this condition to their 
own financial benefit and to the disadvantage of the interest of the stock- 
holders. 

The law should be amended in some way to prevent the abuse of the use 
of proxies by the officers of these companies. 

Several methods for this purpose might be devised, any one of which 
would be satisfactory to stockholders and greatly to their benefit. 

Eleventh — The laws should be so amended as to prohibit building and 
loan associations from deducting more than six (6) monthly payments on 
each certificate or contract, for the purpose of paying commissions to agents, 
and the number of monthly payments to be deducted for this purpose should 
appear plainly upon every certificate of stock, or contract issued, in order 
that the investor may understand perfectly the situation. 

Heretofore some companies have deducted ten (10), twelve (12), and 
even fifteen (15) monthly payments before any money from the investor went 
into the funds of the company for the purpose of making any earnings for 
the investor, and generally these payments are deducted without any knowl- 
edge thereof on the part of the investor, and apparently in contradiction of 
the cleverly worded advertisements, by-laws, and general literature of the 
company. 



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258 BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF EXAMINATION MADE BY THE INSPECTOR OF BUILD 
ING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. 
OF THE CONTINENTAL BUILDING AND LOAN SAVINGS ASSO 
OIATION, FOR THE PERIOD FROM JULY, L904, To DECEMBER 
31, 1911. 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements, 
receipts. 

Total amount received from members on all classes of stock $301,087.44 

Total amount received for life insurance premiums on Class "A" stock.. 18,050.02 

Interest and premium on all classes of loans 20,720.76 

Fines 243.17 

Transfer fees 143.35 

Membership fees, rents, commissions, and exchanges, etc 106.59 

Money repaid on mortgage and stock loans 21,222 

Total receipts from all sources 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
Paid members on Class "A," "IV "P.," "E," and "H" stock on with- 
drawals $ 10, 430. S6 

Interest on paid-up, prepaid, and Class "E" and "F" stock 2,302.63 

Money loaned on mortgage security 14G, 402.70 

Money loaned on stock security 838.80 

Life insurance premiums paid for members on Class "A" stock 14,567.45 

T;ixes and insurance advanced for borrowers 300.89 

Furniture and fixtures S00.00 

Office expanse, clerk hire, rent, printing and stationery, etc 22,015.49 

Commissions paid Westrope and Crabbe (president and secretary) and 

their agents 96,636.63 

Total disbursements from July, 1904, to December 31, 1911 $294,395.49 

Cash on hand as shown by cas.h-book '. 24,577.19 

(Cash on hand as shown by bank-book, $25,338.35.) 

Total disbursements and cash on hand $318,9 

Total receipts from all sources $362,475.91 

Total disbursements and cash on hand 318, 972. 68 

Commissions collected and retained by agents, not accounted for 

on cash-book $43,503.23 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 2."")!) 

To the Stockholders of the Continental Building and Loan Savings Association. 

Gentlemen: The receiver's report, filed in this case under date of May 31, 
1912, shows the following assets and liabilities of the association: 

Statement. 

ASSETS. 

Cash in bank $30,290.03 

Loans on mortgage securities 124,893.04 

Loans on stock or pass-book securities 6.31.05 

Real estate 1, 529.50 

Furniture ami fixtures 949.50 

Due from borrowers 346.68 

Gross assets $158,639.80 

Net deficit 104,226.79 

Total $2(52. 866 59 

LIABILITIES ON STOCK TN GOOD STANDING JUNE 1, 1912. 

Running stock. "A," "E," and "P" $218,498.24 

Paid-up and prepaid stork. "D" and "H" 10,730.00 

Life insurance fund 3, 891 . 35 

General fund 5, 805. 83 

Gross earning receipts (interest and premium, forfeitures from lapses of 

members, transfers from general fund, transfer fees, fines, etc.).... 23,941.17 

Total $262, S66.59 

By direction of the court, in which I was appointed receiver of the above- 
named company, I send yon this statement, and request that you will carefully 
examine the same and write me whether you prefer that the said corporation 
be closed and its assets distributed to its stockholders, or that the company 
be reorganized and continue in business. The question to be determined is 
whether it is better for the stockholders to take each his portion of the assets, 
or to go on and endeavor to make good the deficit, which, by the above report, 
appears to be $104,226.79, and such profits as might thereafter be made. It 
will be understood, of course, that as the funds of the company are to a con- 
siderable extent loaned on mortgages, the liquidation of the stock will lake 
considerable time. 

It is desired that the stockholders answer this question personally, and 
not by proxy. The fact that a proxy has been given need not be considered 
in determining this question. Please answer on inclosed card. All answers, 
to be considered, must be received by July 22, 1912. 

Yours truly, 

T. M. LYONS, 

Receiver. 



260 BIENNIAL REPORT 

District Court, City and County of Denver. 
second judicial district. 
State of Colorado. City and County of Denver, ss. 

Pleas in the District Court of the City and County of Denver, State of 
Colorado, in the Fourth Division thereof , before the Hon. James H. Teller, 
one of the Judges of the Second Judicial District of the said State, at a term 
thereof begun and held at the Court House in Denver, in said County, on the 
second Tuesday (it being the 9th day) of April. A. I). One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Twelve. 
Present : 

Hon. James H. Teller, one of the Judges of the District Court. 

Willis V. Elliott. Esq., District Attorney of said District. 

D. M. Sullivan, Esq., Sheriff of said County. 

Perry A. Clay, Esq., Clerk of said Court. 

Be it remembered, that heretofore and on to-wit the 4th day of September, 
A. D. 1912, the same being one of the regular juridicaldays of the April Term, 
1912, of said court, the following proceedings, inter alia, were had and entered 
of record in said court, to-wit : 

No. .-)::i)!)4. 

The People of the State of Colorado, 
ex rel. Benjamin Griffith, Attorney 
General, 

vs. 

The Continental Building & Loan 
Savings Association, a Corporation, 
and M. Crabbe, P. A. Westrope and 
Henry Howard, Jr., as Directors of 
the Said Corporation. 

FOR RECEIVER. 

Now on this day comes the plaintiff herein, by Benjamin Griffith, Attorney 
General, their attorney, and the defendant Company, and the defendants M. 
Crabbe and P. A. Westrope, by their attorneys, N. Walter Dixon and C. F. 
Clay, and, it appearing to the Court that no relief is asked for in the com- 
plaint herein against the individuals M. Crabbe and P. A. Westrope, upon 
motion of their attorneys, the cause is dsmissed as to each of them, and the 
cause coming on further to be heard upon a report of the Receiver heretofore 
appointed herein, and the Court having examined and considered the affairs 
of the defendant Company, the manner of conducting its business, and its 
financial condition, and being fully advised in the premises, and the attorneys 
for the defendant Company consenting thereto, the Court finds that the de- 
fendant, the Continental Building & Loan Savings Association, during the 
time of its operations from its incorporation to and until the appointment of 
the Receiver herein, and did conduct its business in an unsafe and unauthor- 
ized manner, and was jeopardizing, and did jeopardize, its members, and that 
it was, and is, unsafe for such Association to transact business. 

Therefore, it is ordered and decreed that the appointment of the Receiver, 
Thomas M. Lyons, be, and the same is hereby confirmed and made permanent, 
and he is hereby ordered and directed to at once proceed with all reasonable 
dispatch, to collect all the assets of the said Association, of whatever kind 
and nature, and, after paying all costs of this proceeding, distribute the pro- 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 261 

ceeds thereof to the Stockholders entitled thereto, in such proportion, and upon 
such basis as may be ordered by this Court, upon report of the Receiver thai 
he has collected the assets of said Association, and is ready to make distribu- 
tion thereof, and, it is further Ordered and Decreed that upon the distribution 
of the assets of said Association, that the franchise thereof be forfeited and 
the Company dissolved. 

JAMES H. TELLER, 

Judge. 

Slate of Colorado, City and County of Denver, ss. 

I, Perry A. Clay, Clerk of the District Court of the City and County of 
Denver, State aforesaid, do hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a true, 
complete and perfect transcript and copy of Order of Court had and entered 
of record in a certain cause in said Court lately depending, wherein The People 
of the State of Colorado, ex rel. Benjamin Griffith, Attorney General, was 
Plaintiff, and The Continental Building Loan Savings Association, et ah, 
were Defendants, as the same now remains on file and of record in this office. 

Witness my hand and seal of said Court, at the Court House in Denver, 
County and State aforesaid, this 6th day of September, A. D. 1912. 

PERRY A. CLAY, 

[Seal] Clerk. 

H. W. PROUTY, 

Deputy Clerk. 



262 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OFFICERS— W. C. McGregor, 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— W. 

H. F 



REPORT OF THE 

AXTONITO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Antonito, Conejos County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
President; J. D. Frazey, Treasurer; W. D. Carroll, Secretary. 
C. McGregor, W. D. Carroll, J. D. Frazey, P. F. Schenfeld, 
Jordon, H. N. Russell, F. Warshouer. 
Incorporated January 1, 1910. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $250,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $24,643.17; par value 

of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 59. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 35. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,334. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 2, 837.77 

Dues on running stock 4,805.40 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 1,400.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 175.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 300.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 1,224.25 

Premium 

Fines 10.00 

Transfer fees 2.1.00 

Membership fees L9.50 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Pass books 1.50 

Assessment dues 400.45 



DISBURSEMENTS. 
Loans on mortgage security $10,000.00 



Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-upstock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrow- 
ers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 



175.00 



555.24 



57.73 
249.54 



171.36 



Total $ 11, 20S.S7 



Total $11, 208.77 



SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets 'and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 
borrowers 

Investments- 
Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

171.36 Running stock and dividends 

,000.00 Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued in- 

interest $ 300.00 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Balance 26,871.36 



Total $ 27, 171 .36 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 1,224.25 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Assessment dues 



10.00 
25.00 
31.00 


400.45 



Total $ 1,690.70 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 

Total $ 



Total $ 27,171.36 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money $ 57.73 

Salaries and office expense 249.54 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Other items, in detail 

Balance 1,383.43 



Total $ 1.690.70 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period $ 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total $ 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



263 



REl'i )RT OF THE 

ASSURANCE SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION". 

Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the Stale of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— E. T. Ensign, President: E. T. Ensign. Treasurer; II. W. Loomis, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— E. T. Ensign, L. B. Ensign, C. E. Lynde, M. C. Gile, Ira Harris. 

Incorporated February 4, 1895. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $50o,C00.0O; amount of paid-up capital, $179,381.16; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 1,40%. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn dining said period, 305. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 2,668%. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 29, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid — 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance abstracts and taxes re- 
funded by borrowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Attorney and appraisal fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Treasurer checks 



30,802.90 

" 175.' 00 

75,'24s!47 
38,656.25 

le.'iiiilie 



571.05 
6,426.45 



317.00 

3.00 

16,218.17 

80,131.02 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage securitv ! 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance abstract fees and taxes 

paid for borrowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salary and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, 

$21.37; sundry expenses on same, 

$19.35 

Reserve fund, profit and loss 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Treasurer checks 

Cash on hand 



35,261.82 
10,' 233! is 




Total $264,680. 77 Total $264,680.77 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 29, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $21,369.51 

Loans on mortgage security 157,976.75 

Loans on stock or pass-hook security 

Loans on all other security 9,991.29 

Furniture and fixtures 1,337.47 

Real estate 1,014.35 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from bor 

rowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, accrued inter 

est 

Profit and loss 



565.24 



3.0S5.08 
1,066.88 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends $ 3.952.50 

Deposits and accrued interest 175,506.16 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 10,500.00 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 5,785.28 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail, Treasurer 

checks 609.63 

Received for abstract fee 53.00 



Total $196, 406.57 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 6,426.45 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Attorney and appraisal fee 317.00 

Rents from company's real estate 3.00 

Other earnings, in detail, 131.71 

Expense fund 2,699.30 

Balance December 30. 1911 3,526.80 



Total $196, 406.57 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock $ 9S.00 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 2,699.30 

Interest on deposits 3,579.10 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 3,270.38 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $2.15; 

sundry expenses on same, $10.35 12.50 

Other items, in detail 1,734. 



Balance 



1,710.82 



Total $ 13, 104. 32 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $10,992.33 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 0.533.41 



Total $ 17. 525. 74 



Total $ 13,104.32 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period $ 8,092.62 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 9,433.12 

Total $ 17. 525.74 



264 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

BENT LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Las Animas, Bent Countv, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Frank Kreybill, President; J. W. Moore, Treasurer; S. B. Faulkner, Secretary. 
LUARD OF DIRECTORS— F. Kreybill, C. A. Hielscher, J. W. Moore, A. W. Johnston C. \V 

Beach, P. G. Scott, S. B. Faulkner. 

Incorporated January 1, 1907. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $200,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $13,900.00; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 78. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 15. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 758, 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 



RECEIPTS, 
hand at close of last 



S0.3G 

stock 2,349.50 

500.00 



Cash on 
months 

Dues on running 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



1,375.00 



2,510.00 



74.35 
SCO. 75 
517.10 



18.25 



1912. 
DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 5,150.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 2,510.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 51.21 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 10.64 

Salary and office expense 7.95 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Secretary's salary 75.00 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Interest on paid-up stock 436.00 

Inspector of Building and Loan 11.00 

Cash on hand 33.51 



Total 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Ass 
tion at the close of the six month 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security. 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



8,285.31 Total 

ets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
ending June 30, 1912. • 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends I 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 
Other liabilities, in detail 



33.51 
35,900.00 



222.03 



I 8,285.31 
Assoeia- 



13,150.04 
8,955.50 



13,900.00 



150.00 



Total $ 36, 155.54 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 5,130.25 

Premium 3,080.50 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 

Membership 170.35 



Total $36, 155.54 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 4,336.01 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 400.49 

Salary and office expense 462.90 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $....; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, state inspector 
of Building and Loan 11.00 

Interest on prepaid stock 3,170.70 



Total $ 8,381.10 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 

Total $ 



Total $ 8,381.10 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period $ 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total $ 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



265 



REPORT OF THE 

BESSEMER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— P. Byrnes, President; C. E. Saxton, Treasurer; F. P. Hawke, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— P. Byrnes, F. P. Hawke, C. E. Saxton, M. G. Saunders, M. 
Marble, O. B. Kinkel, L. Ragel, H. W. Angle, J. W. Kolbe. C. M. Trawtha, F. H. Land, 
T. W. Lynch. 

Incorporated July 10, 1888. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $300,000.00; amount of paid-up capita] ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 48%. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 218%. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,465. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30. 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months 

Dues on running stock $ 10,550.79 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 420.45 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 1,115.72 

Interest 3,666.66 

Premium 

Fines 394.96 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 8.51 

Rents from company's real estate 1,052.90 

Other receipts, in detail i 

Reserve fund ' 

Loan expense 62.95 

Overdraft 1,731.65 



DISBURSEMENTS. 
Loans on mortgage security .$ 5,522.77 



Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrow- 
ers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, 
$290.88; insurance on same, $78.08; 
sundry expenses on same, $123.20 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Commission and interest. 



Overdraft December 31, 
Cash on hand. 



150.00 



443.65 
3,318.07 



1,262,32 



662.35 
114.85 



492.16 



311.41 



1912 3,727.01 



Total $ 19,004.59 

SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets and 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand 

Loans on mortgage security $123,900.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,000.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 148.50 

Real estate 13,906.44 

Real estate sold on contract 5,397.84 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 2, 209. SO 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, loan expense. 60.88 

Dues unpaid 2,535.00 



Total 

Liabilities, showing 
June 30, 1912. 



$ 19,004.59 

the condition of the Associa- 



Total $149, 158. 40 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Interest $ 3,287.76 



Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Forfeited earnings 



1,912.00 
407.52 



S.51 



71.23 



Total $ 5,687.02 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 323.54 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 354.75 

Total $ 67S.29 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $ 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Dues paid in advance 

Overdraft 



92,014.50 
2i,'490]25 

33,'73L84 

"'ii.'eo 

' 'i72.'<52 
1,731.65 

$149,158.46 

$ 3,654.66 
1,300.50 



Total 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office' expense 662.35 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ 

Other items, in detail 

Commission 69.51 



Total $ 5,687.02 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



$ 678.29 



Total $ 67S.29. 



266 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

BOULDER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Boulder, Boulder County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912, 

OFFICERS— James Cowie, President; Ira M. DeLong, Treasurer; Ira M. DeLong, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— F. White, S. Greenwood, R. B. True, H. E. Rowland, Chas. C. 

Bromley, A. A. Reed, J. Berghein, J. Cowie, Ira M. DeLong. 

Incorporated January 30, 1910. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $750. 000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $119,158.00: par 

value of each share of stock, $200.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 217. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 84. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 2, -57-i. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including' an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Assi ciation during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 15, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ ^72. 41 

Dues on running stock 14,898.00 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 9,700.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 800.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 21,825.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Taxes refunded by borrowers 116.55 

Interest 7.6SS.40 

Premium 

Fines 63.25 

Transfer fees 8.25 

Membership fees 441.00 

Rents from company's real estate.... (11.00 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Initiations 217.00 

Accumulations 7.50 

Pass books 8.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

X,oans on mortgage security $ 11,250.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,425.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrow- 
ers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. 
$326. 37; insurance on same, $7.20; 
sundry expenses on same, $169.00; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 1, 



,673.15 



35,000.00 



971.65 
824.84 



502.57 



.17 



Total 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the As 

tion at the close of the six months ending June 15 



56,706.36 Total $ 56,706.36 

ets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 



.-2".. 00 
24,860.58 



367.79 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,998.17 

Loans on mortgage security 182,525.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 4.670.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for taxes from borrowers — 
Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Total $214. 946. 54 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Gains. 

Interest $ 7.688.40 

Premium 

Fines 63.25 

Transfer fees 8.25 

Pass books 8.00 

Rents from company's real estate SI 00 

Other earnings, in detail 

Initiations - 217.00 

Accumulations 7.50 

Memberships 141.00 



1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $164,184.69 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 4,800.00 
Borrowed money and accrued inter- 
est 45,961.85 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $214,946.54 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Losses, 
on running stock, to bal- 



Dividends 
ance 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest ori borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate.... 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex 

penses on same, $....; 

Other items, in detail 



$ 6.697.91 



971.65 
824.84 



Total $ s. 494.40 

RESEBVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning of six- 
months period $ 4.SOO.00 

Amount placed in fund during six 
months period 



Total $ S.494.40 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 4, SOO.OO 



Total 



4,800.00 



Total $ 4,800.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



267 



REPORT OF THE 

CENTURY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Trinidad, Las Animas County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— E. Von Budden Brock, President; E. H. Day, Treasurer; E. H. Dav, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. C. Huddelson, G. Stracy, F. E. Griswold, D. P. Jones, J. 

Sanders, E. Jeffryes, J. Aiello, C. F. Tipton. 

Incorporated February 12, 1903. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $500,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $118,001.50; par value 

of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 304. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 72. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 3,701. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JULY 1, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 54.01 

Dues on running stock 10,020.00 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 10, 97n.x:i 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 30.31 

Interest 5, 6.7. ol 

Premium 

Fines 21.05 

Transfer fees 2.25 

Membership fees and books 67.25 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $16,084.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 500.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 9,310.00 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Ron-owed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 45. SO 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 157.40 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense. 496.50 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail, over- 
draft 73.17 

Inspector of building and loan asso- 
ciations 11.00 

Secretary of state 15.00 

Cash on' hand 704.40 



$ 27. -157.27 



Total 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the As 
tion at the close of the six month 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Total $152, 117. 90 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 5,077.51 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



Total $27, 457.27 

sets pimI Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
s ending July 1, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $118,001.50 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed monev and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 33,516.40 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



; 701.40 

140,140.04 

4,430.00 

"99.07 



377.19 



21.05 

2.25 

07.25 



Total $152, 117.90 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 5, OSS. 10 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Secretary of state 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, building and 
loan inspection 



157.40 



490. 51) 
15.00 



11.00 



Total $ 5.76S.06 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total 



Total $ 5,768.00 

RESERVE FUND. . 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



268 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



E. Stubbs, Secretary. 
H. Spurgeon. 



REPORT OF THE 

CITY SAVINGS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Lawson Sumner, President; Lawson Sumner, Treasurer; M. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Lawson Sumner, M. E. Stubbs, W. 
Incorporated June 9, 1911/ 
FIRST — Amount of authorized capital, $250,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 3. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during" said period, 1. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 135^2. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 29, 1912. 



$1,457.01; par 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid — 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold" 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance, and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate ' 

Other receipts, in detail.. 

Reserve fund 



807.56 
135.50 



703.75 
43.34 



289.58 



35.57 



1.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 477.00 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 709. S9 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrow- 
ers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 20.83 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; • 1.00 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 507. .58 



Total $ 2,016.30 



Total $ 2,016.30 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 29, 1912. 



507.58 
486.66 



509.16 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand 3 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security. 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers ... 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Total $ 1,503.40 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest •.$ 35.57 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate • 

Other earnings, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-un stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 
Other liabilities, in detail 



% 519.8] 



937.20 

"ii.'oo 



35.39 



Total $ 1,503.40 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses. $ 1.00 

Interest on deposits 20.83 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Undivided profits 13.74 



Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total $ 



35.57 

10.00 
1.00 
11.00 



Total $ 35.57 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 11.00 



Total 



11.00 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF ('<>!.< ikADO. 



269 



REPORT OF THE 

COLUMBIA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Jabel Norman, President; City Bank and Trust Co., Treasurer; Orrin McNull, 

Secretary. 

EOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. Norman, P. Lawrence. J. L. Brush, Orrin McNutt. 

Incorporated January 10, 1890. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $2,500,000.00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during- the preceding six months, 159%. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 590. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end Of said period, 7,336%. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 
RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six Loans on mortgage security $ 1,580.00 

months $ 8,156.24 Loans on stock or -pass-book security 17,009.90 

Dues on running stock 13,115.74 Loans on all other security. 



Paid-up stock 2,150. fiO 

Prepaid stock 400.00 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 19,270.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 2,904.70 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Insurance fund 378.32 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 4, 047. s ■ 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 

147.9:1 



rowers 



Interest 5,880.40 



102.58 

10.97 

1.00 

10.25 

2,972.00 

"~M.2\ 

310.00 

Dividend, class "F" 8,889.54 



Fire and life insurance commission. 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Unclaimed dividends 

Rents from company's real estate.. 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Furniture and fixtures. 



"Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 28,256.18 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 2,850.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 1,245.64 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrow- 
ers 534.06 

Real estate (purchase price) 1,871.70 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on paid-up stock 1,728.50 

Interest on withdrawals 1,610.90 

Salaries and office expense 3,517.28 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; ' 2,834.95 

Reserve fund 95.14 

Other disbursements, in detail, insur- 
ance fund 455.02 

Furniture and fixtures 330.00 

Accounts receivable 60.30 

Cash on hand 5,362.21 



Total $ 69, 341.78 Total $ 69, 341 .78 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 5,362.21 

Loans on mortgage security 138,605.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 37,234.53 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 1,020.00 

Real estate 50,459.20 

Real estate sold on contract 28,040.00 

Real estate— office building 58,000.00 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 5,437.29 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bills and accounts receivable 702.71 

Other assets, in detail 

Insurance fund 496.95 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $122,935.24 

Credits on mortgage loans 55,315.16 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-un stock and dividends Mi, 975. 00 

Prepaid stock 33,645.53 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 4,933.30 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 11,536.70 
Interest paid in advance, Januarv 1, 

1912 :.... 3S.40 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Mortgages payable 5,800.00 

Dividends unclaimed 57.00 

Undivided profit, June 30, 1912 4,121.56 



Total $325, 357. 89 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 5,S80.40 

Premium 

Fines 10.97 

Transfer fees 1.00 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 2,972.00 

Other earnings, in detail, life and fire 

insurance commission 102.58 

Undivided profit Januarv 1. 1912 4,846.24 

Profit from class "D" adjustment.... 8,88:i.:,l 



Total $325, 357. 89 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 8, 

Dividends on paid-up stock 1, 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on withdrawals 1,610.90 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 3, 

Repairs on company's real estate 2, 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, undivided 
profit June 30, 1912 4,121.56 



.8SH.5-I 

.72S.50 



.517.28 
,834.95 



22,702. 



Total 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 4,464.20 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 564.24 

Total $ 5,028.44 



Total $ 22,702.73 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period $ 95.14 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 4,933.30 



Total $ 5,028.44 



270 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION; 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— J. D. Hale, President: Wm. Beynon, Treasurer; Robert Collier, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. D. Hale, T. H. L. Fribourg, J. W. Cobbev, Wm. Bevnon', D. 

Hartford, Wm. Hutchison, C. F. Strony, F. J. Boot, H. N. Bennett, Jr., H. W. Thompson, 

R. Collier. 

Incorporated May 6, 1891. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $6'.0, 000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $SO,1G0.50; par 

value of each share of stock, $200.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 314. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 170. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,300. 
FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 

the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR 
RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 3,970.59 

Dues on running stock 8,183.00 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 3,089.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 2,816.34 

Premium 4.50 

Fines 18.00 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 78.50 

Rents from company's real estate — 688.50 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Bonds sold and interest on bond 1,183.44 

Attorney's fees 10.00 



THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 
DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass- 
book security $ 

Loans on all other security 

"Withdrawals of running ' stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money returned 

Insurance and ' taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. 

$66.69; insurance on same, $ ; 

sundry expenses on same, $ 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

•Cash on hand 



1912. 

6,250.00 

G.777.S6 

4, '666 .'66 



414.52 
625.44 



Total $20,041 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and I 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,627.26 

Loans on mortgage and pass-book 

security S2.626.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 12,500.00 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 3,100.00 

Other assets, in detail, interest due.. 9S9.41 
Dues in arrears (net) > 44. 00 



Total 

.liabilities, showing the condition of the 
June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Interest on No. 8 



346.79 
i.' 627! 26 

! 20.041.S7 
Associa- 

$ SO, 160.50 



2<i.::iiiui:i 
701.17 



425.00 



Total $101,586.67 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest collected $ 2, 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate — 
Other earnings, in detail, interest on 

bonds, etc 

Attorney's fees 



2.S16.34 

4.50 

18.00 


7S.50 
68S.50 


183.44 

10.00 



Total $101 , 586.67 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate, 

$ ; taxes on company's real 

estate, $ — ; insurance on same, 
$ ; sundry expenses on same, 



414.52 
025.44 



346.79 
2,412.53 



Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



,799.28 



Other items, in detail, net earnings.. 

Total $ 3.799.2S 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period ' 



Total 



Total 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



271 



REPORT OF THE 

DELTA SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Delta, Delta County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six .Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— J. E. Hillman, President: G. F. White, Treasurer; Leonard Baird, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. E. Hillman, C. H. Burgin, R. L. Emsy, P. R. Johnson, A. B. 

Weir, G. F. White, H. J. Baird. 
Incorporated December 17, 1910. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $300,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 222. 

THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 

FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, S70. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Ass< ciation during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JT T NE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 440.65 

Dues on running- stock 2,495.00 

Paid-up stock 500.00 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 1,025.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold'. 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 271.20 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 111.00 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail, loan fee 41.00 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 3,850.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 135.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 7.90 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 117.75 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ : 

insurance on same, $ : sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

M. A. Leddv, Auditor, for December 
report, 1911 11. 00 

Cash on hand 771 . 20 



Total $ 4,892.85 Total $ 4, 892. So 

SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 



Cash on hand $ 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security. 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



771.20 
,000.00 
135.00 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $ 6,351.85 

Credits on mortgage loans 1,025.00 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 500.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses.... 29.35 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate.. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 



,906.20 
271.20 



111.00 
41.00 



Total $ 7,90(1.20 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stork $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ : 

insurance on same, $....; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, M. A. Leddy. 
December, 1911, report 



27(5.40 
7.90 

"io.'is 

' 117. '75 



11.00 



Total 



423.20 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 19.20 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 10.15 



Total $ 423.20 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



29.33 



Total $ 



29.35 
29. 35 



272 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

DURANGO SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Durango, La Plata County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending 'June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— Chas. E. Herr, President; Frank Goodman, Treasurer: J. D. Adams, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. E. Herr, F. Goodman, J. I,. Parsons, S. M. Biggs, H. L. 

Pierson, A. \V. A .vers, D. R. McKinney, J. D. Adams, C. E. Stillwell. 

Incorporated 1905. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $300,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $31,561.95; par value 

of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, to. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 91. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end oi said period, 1,082. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months 3 

Dues on running- stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid.... 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 

Loan fees 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Withdrawal fees 

Attorney's fees 

Total $10, 96S.40 Total $ 10,968.40 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



1,211.39 
2, 970.00 

500.00 



i 900.00 



3,000.00 



1,2*9.01 

60.00 

6.50 



1.50 
10.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate, 
auditor fee 

Taxes on company's real estate, 
$15.44; insurance on same, $....; 
sundry expenses on same, $ : ... 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 



2,009.00 
700.00 



2.950.90 

LOO.OO 



3,000.00 

'65."25 

"128*33 

1S4.3S 

11.00 
15.44 

i'iiiii'io 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,813.10 

Loans on mortgage security 33.850.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,000.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract .' 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



Total $36, 663.10 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 



Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees : 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Loan fees 

Withdrawal fees 

Attorney fees 

Undivided profits 



1,289.01 
""g'M 

"26.66 



60.00 

1.50 

10.00 

152.74 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $29,861.95 

Credits on mortgage loans 1,753.00 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 5,000.00 

Undivided profits 48.15 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total , $36, 663.10 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 1,089.75 

Dividends on paid-up stock 62.70 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 12S.33 

Salaries and office expense 184.38 

Repairs on company's real estate, 

auditor's fee 11.00 

Taxes on company's real estate, 

$15.44; insurance on same, $ : 

sundry expenses on same, $ : 15.44 

Other items, in detail, undivided 

profits 48.15 



Total $ 1.539. 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during' the 

six months period 



Total $ 1,539.7 

RESERVE FLTND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



273 



REPORT OF THE 

FINANCIAL CONTRACT SECURITY COMPANY, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Wm. Ferris, Jr., President; United States Natl. Bank, Depository; P. A. Richard- 
son, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Wm. Ferris, Jr., J. ('. Kimsey, F. A. Richardson. 
Incorporated January 22, 1895. 

First — Amount of authorized capital. $2,01X1,000. 00; amount of paid-up capital : par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 

SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 

THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, ll'J. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, l,318y 2 . 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 
RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six Loans on mortgage security $ 150.00 

months $ 3,606.00 Loans on stock or pass-book security '423.00 

Dues on running stock 2,269.30 Loans on all other security 



Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock ■■ 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 1,078.62 

Loans on all other security repaid... 1,809.40 

Borrowed money 300.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 2, 125. 19 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 

Insurance commissions 

Fines 

Sundry rebates 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate.... 

Insurance fund 1,366.26 

Denver lots sold 678.00 

Accounts receivable 94.77 



50.17 
2,646.68 



328. S9 
S05.41 
39.66 
18.48 
297.29 

1217' 



Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 11,210.80 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 101.45 

Sundries 662.48 

Withdrawals of deposits 1,200.83 

Borrowed money 300.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 497.66 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Commission on Denver lots 212. 50 

Interest on deposits and borrowed 

money 92.92 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 691.32 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, % ; 224.01 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail, taxes, 

fees, etc 62.96 

Life insurance premiums 948.64 

Insurance fund 451.89 

Cash on hand 404.41 



Total $17, 636.87 Total 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 404.41 

Loans on mortgage security 10,500.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 5,290.89 

Loans on all other security 1,218.44 

Furniture and fixtures 445.64 

Real estate 13,006.37 

Real estate sold on contract 33,176.00 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 479.77 

Investments- 
Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, accounts re- 
ceivable 128.25 

Denver lots sold on contract 6,400.00 

Savings banks 833.64 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured bv collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent lflsses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans.. 
Other liabilities, in detail, commis- 
sion due Denver lots 

Insurance and survivorship funds 

Accounts payable 



I 17,636.87 
Associa- 

$ 15,832.67 



1,118.37 
2,096.29 
1,634.79 
1,059.96 
:;,0on. no 
39.81 
11,916.01 



722.70 
3,605.72 

S57.00 



Total $ 71,883.41 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



Total $ 71, S83. 41 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same. $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 1,059.96 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total 



Total 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 
period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 
six months period $ 1,059.96 

Total 



274 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



i'.EPORT OF THE 

FORT COLLINS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1312. 
OFFICERS— L. G. Carpenter, President; W. J. Ralph, Treasurer; W. J. Ralph, Pro Tem. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS-J. F. Campbell, L. W. Welch. William Rist, C. R. Evans, E. R. 

Barkley, L. G. Carpenter, F. C. Avery. 

Incorporated February 21, 1900. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $200,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $64,79S.76; par 

value of each shave of stock, $200.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 68. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 40. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, S30. 
FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 

the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 29, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 3.892.25 

Dues on running stock 4,970.50 

Paid-up stock ; 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 6,100.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 1,291. S3 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 40.37 

Interest 2,845.61 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Pass book 

Cancellation 



in 56 

1.25 

68.00 



7.00 

41.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 6,900.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,635.14 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 317.50 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 3,533.07 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and 'taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price") 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 299.93 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same, $ ; 

ire fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 6,612.73 



Total $ 19,298.37 Total $ 19 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 29, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 6,612.73 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass- 
book security 60,043.31 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 
borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $47,610.20 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends....' 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 1.S23.26 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 17.1S8.56 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

A. E. Miller— account dues 27.60 

Surplus 6.42 



Total $66. 656.04 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 2,838.11 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate.. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Cancellation 41.00 



40.56 


1.25 


75.00 



Total $66, 656.04 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 299.93 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry ex- 
penses on same. $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Profits 2,695.99 



Total 



,995.92 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 1,823.26 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total $ 2,995.92 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 1.S23.26 



Total $ 1,823.26 



Total $ 1,823.26 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



275 



REPORT OF THE 

FREMONT BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Canon City, Fremont County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Guv U. Hardy, President; Guv U. Hardy, Treasurer; ('lias. E .Waldo, Secretary 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— G. U. Hardy, G. H. Kellenberger, Chas. E. Waldo, H. Palmer, 

T. M. Harding, Jr. 

Incorporated March 11, 1896. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $200,000.00; amount of paid-up capital. $45,190.00; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— NumBer of shares issued during- the preceding six months, 226. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 54. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,311. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said. Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JULY 1, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 2,738.70 

Dues on running stock 8,035.00 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 3,050.00 

Loans on stock security repaid 990.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 1,773.98 

Premium 

Fines 19.75 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund deducted from other 

profits. No special payment to this 

fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 2,100.00 

Loans on stock security 1,110.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
profits 5,162.89 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 232.05 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, .$ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $....; 

Reserve fund, see profit and loss 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 8,002.49 



Total $ 16,607.43 



Total $ 16,607.43 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending July 1, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 8,002.49 

Loans on mortgage security 39,800.00 



Loans on stock security. 

Loans on mortgage security only 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund included in loans 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, due from 

stockholders 



1,560.00 

;. 1. 13 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and profits thereon. ..$ 52,316.22 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 425.00 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total 



279.30 

$ 52,741.22 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 1,773.98 

Premium 

Fines 19. i5 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 

Paid-up profits January 1, 1912 6.2S0.13 



Total $ 52. 741 .22 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends or. paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 25.00 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 232.05 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Profits to withdrawing stockholders.. 97S.89 

Balance profits on hand 6.S37.92 



Total $ 8,073. S6 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 400.00 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 25.00 



Total $ 8,073. m; 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 425.00 



Total $ 425.00 



Total 



125. n. i 



276 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

FKUITA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— C. S. Kukendall, President; I. H. Whittemore, Treasurer; O. O. Fellows, 

Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. S. Kukendall, I. H. Whittemore, Geo. D. Campbell, O. O. 

Fellows, W. A. Lockett, H. Groyes, B. T. Tupper, S. H. Horning. 

Incorporated October 21, 1908. 

FIRST— Amount of auinorized capital, $100,OCO.OO; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 

SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 

THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 

FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING i9... 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 1,700.96 

Dues on runing stock 823.25 

Paid-up stock 1,550.00 

Prepaid stock 650.04 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 805.75 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 772.02 

Real estate sold 

Rial estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 1 . 264 . 00 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 52.95 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Sundries 4.34 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

AYithdrawals of running stock and 
dividends $ 

Withdrawals of paid-un stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 4,772.00 

Insurance and "taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on comnany's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 1,004.23 



403.13 
150.00 
805.75 



131.20 



192.95 



Total $ 7,623.31 



Total $ 7,623.31 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,004.23 

Loans on mortgage security 20,750.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 36.52 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail , 

Expense 164.05 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $10,137.09 

Credits on mortgage loans 2,827.76 

Credit;; on other loans 

Paid-up st6ck and dividends 7.173.00 

Deposits and accrued interest ' 

Deposits secured bv collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 600.02 

Undivided profits 1,214.94 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $ 21,954.81 



Total $ 21 , 954.81 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-bocks and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate... 
Other earnings, in detail 



$ 1,157.65 



52.95 



4.34 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same. $ ; sundry 

expenses on same. $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



584.94 

140.83 
241.77 



164.05 



Total $ 1,214.94 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 

Total 



Total $ 1,214.94 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period. 

Total 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



277 



REPORT OF THE 

GOLDEN BUILDING AND LOAN' ASSOCIATION, 

Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— John F. Vivian, President; Chas. F. Quaintance, Treasurer; C. F. Quaintance, 

Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. F. Vivian. H. M. Rubey, L. Hurtel, W. G. Duvall, J. W. 

Arrasmith, C. F. Quaintance. 
Incorporated June 17, 1910. 
i .itST— Amount of authorized capital, $200,000.00; amoun1 of paid-up capital, ; pat- 
value of each share of stoCK, $200.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during tin- preceding six months, 87. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 82. 
FOi RTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, -III. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting: the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 20, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 2.87 

Due on running stock 2,909.00 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits ■. 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 4,800.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 145.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 950.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded bv 

borrowers .- 

Interest 482.35 

Accumulations 2.50 

Fines 1.50 

Transfer fees 1.25 

Membership fees 22. 1 5 

Pass books 1.25 

Other receipts, in detail, withdrawal 

fees S2.00 

Reserve fund, S. A. E 208.12 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 5,000.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 160.00 

Loans on all other security 

"Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 1,703.91 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 1,010.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 19. OS 

Salaries and office expense 100.40 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 34.62 



Total $ 9,557.99 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 34.62 

Loans on mortgage security 10,600.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 100.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Back dues 8.00 



Total $ 9,557.99 

Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
.lune 20, 1912. 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 

Other liabilities, in detail 

S. A. E. reserve fund 



$ !i,N24.18 



10S.65 
60i."67 



208.12 



Total $10. 742.62 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 4S2.35 

Premium 

Fines 37.25 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 23.40 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



Total $ 10,742.62 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on withdrawals 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate... 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same. $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



360.54 
"67.'9i 

3.66 

11.15 

100.40 



Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 



543.00 



Total $ 543.00 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



278 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

GRAND JUNCTION BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— Edwin Price, President; Horace T. DeLong, Treasurer; H. T. DeLong, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— A. E. Borschell, E. Price, W. S. Wallace, H. T. DeLong, C. B. 

Rich, A. C. Newton, O. P. M. Steele, F. S. Smith, R. A. Orr. 

Incorporated May 2, 1887. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $300,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $40,061.25; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, ITS. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 359. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,342. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 892.86 

Dues on running stock 3,624.50 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock, series "A" 4,900.00 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 11,100.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 3,500.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borx-owed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 4.03 

Interest 5,069.50 

Premium discount 48.45 

Fines 138.78 

Transfer fees .30 

Membership fees 22.25 

Rents from company's rial estate 

Other receipts, in detail, surplus 2.80 

Reserve fund 

Examination fees 9.00 

Loan fees 9.00 

Overdrawn 803.36 

Total $ 30,121.83 Total $ 30,124.83 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending 19... 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 1,875.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 2,700.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 4,067.86 

"Withdrawals of paid-up stock, ma- 
tured 10,700.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock, series 
"A" 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and ' taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

I (ividends on paid-up stock, series 
"A" 

1 it i rest on matured stock 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 



9,000.00 



874.56 
97.68 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand 

Loans on mortgage security $.76,175.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 1.145.87 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 35. 10 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $40,061.25 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Prepaid stock, series "A" 27,100.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 4.::" 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Withdrawals, matured stock 5,016.00 

Overdrawn S03.36 



Total 



I 77 355.97 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate... 
Other earnings, in detail, loan fees. 

Examination fees 

Discounts 

Apportioned various series 



Total $ 77 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

$ 5,069.50 Dividends on running stock $ 2,907.15 

97.68 



138.78 

.30 

22.25 



9.00 

9.00 

18.45 

238.44 



Dividends on paid-up stock, matured. 

Dividends on prepaid stock, series 
"A" 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



ST 1 . 56 
846.60 



809.73 



Total $ 5. 7,37,. 72 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 3,528.76 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period S46.60 

Total % 4,375.36 



Total $ 5,535.72 

RE^"'"-"' P, 'ND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 4,375.36 



Total $ 4,375.36 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



279 



REPORT OF THE 

GREELEY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Greeley, "Welti County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Buiiumg and Loan Associations of tin- Slate of Colorado for tin- Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Geo. D. STATLER, President; James H. Hays, Treasurer; James H. Hays, 

Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Geo. D. Statler, J. H. Hays, J. B. Phillips, P. W. Allen, A. A. 

Woodberry, W. R. Patterson, Win. Boomer. 

Incorporated May, 1895. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $1,0'. 0,000. 00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, .f-llO.OO. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, including paid-up stock, 
487. 

THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 

FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 3,2i;0.20 

Dues on running stock 17,568.91 

Paid-up stock 2,300.00 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass- 
book security repaid 15.91S.55 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 1,000.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest S.S59.85 

Premium 

Fines 6.52 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 91.73 

Rents from company's real estate... 130.00 
Other receipts, in detail, overpay-: 

ment returned 3.00 

Reserve fund 

Pass book 9.00 

Taxes repaid -11.02 

Insurance premium 32.50 



bor- 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass- 
book security $26,857.98 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 11,688.50 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 897.54 

"Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and "taxes paid fol- 
lowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate.... 

Taxes on company's real estate, $....; 

insurance on same, .$ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $....; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail, ad- 
vances 

Dividend on matured stock 4,394.00 

Insurance premium advanced 588.85 

Cash on hand 1.S98.76 



700.00 



207.65 

Ml: 03 

s2i;.r>2 



265.97 



Total $ 49, 221 .30 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,898.76 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass- 
book security 202,070.48 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 63.20 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 1,009.70 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, pass books... 2.15 

Overpayments 31 (.74 



Total $ 49,221.30 

Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $127,633.43 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock 7,400.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits, Bartlett account 271.35 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 725.00 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 25, 220. SO 

Undivided profits 43,811.45 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 300.00 
Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $205, 302. 03 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 8,859.85 

Fees 91.75 

Fines 6.52 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



Total 

PROFIT AND LOSS 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 

Amount placed in fund during- the 

six months period 



.$ 8, 95s. 12 



RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

.00 period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 
six months period $ 



8 

£ °« 

K« uj w 

i 



$205,362.03 
$ 7,236.07 



896.03 
S26.02 



Total $ 8,958.12 



725.00 



Total 



725.00 



Total 



280 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OP THE 

GUNNISON BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, 

Gunnison, Gunnison County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending- June 30, 191 
OFFICERS— E. M. Collins, President; W. W. McKee, Treasurer; W. W. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— E. M. Collins, C. W. AVinslow, S. J. .Miller, W 
Hurley. E. G. Palmer, H. W. Endner. 
Incorporated April 4, 1911. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $50,000.00; amount of paid-up stock, 

of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 240. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 30. 
FOLTRTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 443. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursemi nts, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



McKee, Secretarv. 
\Y. McKee, P. J. 



$5,600.00; par value 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 3:,l.:m 

Dues on running stock 988.00 

Paid-up stock 5,000.00 

Prepa id stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold'. 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and. taxes refunded bj 

borrowers 

Interest 28.80 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 40.00 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund -■ 

Loan fee 13.75 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

uis on mortgage security $ 4,000.00 

his on stock or pass-book security 

i .nans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 50.00 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

I Sorrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 33.30 

Real estate (purchase price) 

I >ividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 23.25 

airs on company's real estate 

faxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Commission 17.50 

Cash on hand 2,301.34 



Total $ 6,13.45 



Total $ 6,425.45 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 2,301.34 

Loans on mortgage security 5,200.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 33.36 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $ 1,911.45 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends a, 600.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 23.25 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees, loan 

fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



,534.70 

28.80 



53.75 



Total 



,534.70 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, Comm 



23.25 



17.50 



Total 



82.55 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the six 

months period 

Total 



Total $ 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



23.25 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



281 



REPORT OF THE 

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending- June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— A. J. Bromfield, President; Federal Natl. Bank, Treasurer; Albert T. Gates, 

Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— A. J. Bromfield, L. B. Bromfield, Albert T. Gates. 

Incorporated April 1, 1S91. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $5,000,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $2,501,550.00; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding- six months, 2,180 5/10. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or wilthdrawn during said period, 2,708 5/10. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 25,015 5/10. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1012. 
RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $28, 902.74 

Dues on running stock 60,305.25 

Paid-up stock 10,950.00 

Prepaid stock 21,220.20 



Deposits 82,184.74 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 87,432.75 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 17,589.62 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed monev 17,500.00 

Real estate sold 3,116.61 

Real estate sold on contract 2,407.01 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 1,729.86 

Interest 30,960.14 

Profit on withdrawals 7,905.46 

Fines 127.00 

Loss and gain 1,679.45 

Bonds 4,493.69 

Rents from company's real estate 314.75 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 433.39 

Expense 335.58 

Sundry accounts 2,700.14 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $33,225.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 19,639.77 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running "stock and 

' dividends 109, 129.74 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 13,050.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 10,570.99 

Withdrawals of deposits 84,244.32 

Borrowed money 37,500.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 1.017.13 

Real estate (purchase price) 2,930.13 

Dividends on paid-up stock 750.50 

Interest on deposits 2,194.95 

Interest on borrowed money 642.19 

Salaries and office expense 12,352.49 

Repairs on company's real estate 152.71 

Taxes on company's real estate, 

$516.07; insurance on same. $ ; 

sundry expenses on same, $201.78... 717.85 

Reserve fund 500.00 

Other disbursements, in detail, loss 

and gain 162.35 

Interest paid on withdrawals 5,033.65 

Sundry accounts 8,952.63 

Cash on hand 39,521.98 



Total $382, 288. 38 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $39,521.98 

Loans on mortgage security 766,121.16 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 55,971.27 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 1,941.23 

Real estate 27,616.31 

Real estate sold on contract 27,218.22 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes for bor- 
rowers 4,717.88 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 15,786.77 

Other assets, in detail 

Accrued interest 18,623.93 

Sundrv accounts 1,062.35 



Total $382, 288.38 

Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
Jur.e 30, 1912. 



LIABILITIES 
Running- stock and dividends. 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Prepaid stock 93, 

Paid-up stock and dividends 25, 

Deposits and accrued interest 113, 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses.. 50, 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 23, 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 14, 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 5, 
Other liabilities, in detail 

Assumed loans 

Special reserve 



$607,827.65 



8S5.59 
050.00 
843.11 

257 .SS 

114.99 
959.59 
103.88 



1,600.00 

18,623.93 

Suspension account 4,014.78 



Total $958, 581 . 1 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 30,960.14 

Premium 

Fines 127.00 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 314.75 

Other earnings in detail 

Profit on withdrawals 7,905.46 

Loss and gain 1,679.45 

Expense fund 335.58 

Previous balance 2,711.56 

Advertising, interest and premium 217.18 



•50.50 



Total $958, 581 . 10 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock $ 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

Loss and gain 

Interest on deposits 2, 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 12, 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ : 

Other items, in detail, interest paid 

on withdrawals 5, 

Undivided balance 23, 



162. 35 
104.05 
1142.19 

352. Ill 



033.65 
114.99 



Total $ 44, 251.12 

RRS^FVP FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $50,324.19 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 433.39 



Total $44, 251.12 

RESERVE FUND. 
Looses paid during the six months 

period $ 500.00 

Rp'anoe in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 50,257.58 



Total $ 50,757.58 



Total $50, 757.58 



2S2 



BIENNIAL REPOKT 



REPORT OP THE 

LA JARA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

La Jara, Conejos County, Colorado. 
To tile Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— Leroy Wilson, President; L. A. Nooland, Treasurer: H. C. Hall, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— L. Wilson, B. L. Van Vechten, L. A. X. inland, L. D. Eskridge. 

T. McCunniff, L. D. Price, E. J. Murphy. 

Incorporated August 1, 1902. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $.00, 000.00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, 

SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 

THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 

FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 2,767.99 

Dues on running stock 5,678.39 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 500. U0 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 1,435.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 7,800.00 

Real estate sold' 

Real i-state sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 3,290.85 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Assessment dues 



28.00 

2.50 

53.50 



472.35 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 3,300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 600.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 12,414.25 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

"Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 4,800.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other disbursements!!, in detail 

Discount on prepaid dues 

Cash on hand 



96.00 

221.00 



106.25 
491.08 



Total $ 22, 028. 58 Total $ 22, 02S. 5S 

SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa-. 
tion at the close of the six months ending 19 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 491. OS 

Loans on mortgage security §8,949.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 2,875.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $36,491.13 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 22,400.00 

Undivided profits 3,423.95 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $ 62,315.08 

PROFIT AXD LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



Total $ 62,315. 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total 



Total 



RESERVE FUND 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



i>s;: 



REPORT OF THE 

LAMAR BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Lamar, Prowers County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— C. C. Huddleston, President; Lamar Natl. Bank, Treasurer; R. F. Flint, 

Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. C. Huddleston, D. L. Silver, G. J. Garvin, C. Maxwell, 

W. J. Johnston, M. M. McLain, J. H. Myers. 

Incorporated 1901. 

FIRST — Amount of authorized capital, $300,000.00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 205. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 145. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,656. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



2.S09.9S 
9,042.50 

"moo 

6,'906.'66 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid.... 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold". 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 

Premium 1,399.50 

Pines 143.93 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees and transfers 52.20 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



1,540.65 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 6,750.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,750.00 

I .nans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 1,670.37 

Withdrawals of matured stock 4,200.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 2,900.00 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on prepaid stock 169.33 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 133.50 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 4,715.56 



Total $ 22, 288. 76 



Total $22, 2SS.76 



SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the. condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 4,715.56 

Loans on mortgage security 57,650.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 2,250.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Delinquent payments 3,768.00 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $65,209.98 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Prepaid stock and dividends 1,400.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 1,773.58 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $ 68,383.56 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Interest, net $ 1,655.32 



Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate.. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Forfeited dividends 

Balance January 1, 1912 



1,696.00 
143.93 
52.20 



168.05 
1,644.14 



Total $ 6S.383.56 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 3,372.39 

Dividends on withdrawals 80.17 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 133.50 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Balance June 30, 1912 1,773.58 



Total $ 5,359.64 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during- the 

six months period 



Total $ 5,359.64 

RESERVE FUND 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at eloi-e of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



284 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

LONGMONT BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— J. N. McLellan, President; C. \V. Boynton, Treasurer; W. C. Coulehan, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— D. C. Donovan, J. Andrew, R. G. Sutphen, J. B. Thompson, J. N. 

McLellan, H. J. Marcus, \Y. L. McCasIin. 

Incorporated February 23, 1888. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $200,000.00; amount of accumulative capital, $51,004.69; 

par value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 160 5/10. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 108 5/10. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,041. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 9,044. 18 

Dues on running stork 7,196.00 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. T.uOO.OO 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 3,055.50 

Premium 

Fines 100.60 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 39.00 

Rents from company's real estate — 

Other receipts, in detail, account real 
estate foreclosures 1,981. .19 

Reserve fund 

Bonus 3.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 3,300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 14,971.39 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

"Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and ' taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits, advance pay- 
ments 74.14 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 206.68 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $....; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Real estate foreclosures 6,682.19 

Cash on hand 3,189.37 



Total $28, 423. 



Total $ 28, 423. 77 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1911'. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 3,189.37 

Loans on mortgage security 15.350.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 4,798.84 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 17.01 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $ 5,885 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 864.55 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 1,485.98 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail .' 

Accumulative capital 45,119.69 



Total $53,355.22 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

I i.t.rest $ 2,959.85 

Premium, bonus 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate... 
Other earnings, in detail 



3.00 
94.90 



37.50 



Total $53,355.22 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits $ 74.14 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 179.6S 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, balance profit 

and loss February 1, 1912 1.355.15 

Undivided profits 1,485.98 



Total 



,095. 



RESERVE FUN P. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 711.59 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 152.96 



Total $ S64.55 



Total $ 3,095.25 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 864.55 

Total $ 864.55 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



28.3 



REPORT OF THE 

MANZANOLA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Manzanola, Otero County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— J. M. Beaty, President; J. M. Beaty & Co., Treasurer; W. C. Beaty, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. M. Beaty, J. C. Keeton, T. .1. Stanley, E. Lindecranty, 

E. Brewer, Ed McClain, A. R. Stover. 

Incorporated ly 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $100,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $30,300.00; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, ITS. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 37. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,147. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, VJ... 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash . on hand at close of last six 

months $ 978.02 

Dues on running stock 5,585.11 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 3,900.00 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 3, 700. no 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 4,000.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 1, 20ii.lv 

Premium 805.25 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 35.50 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $12,000.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stork and 

dividends 551.92 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 3,700.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 2,000.00 

Insurance and "taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on prepaid stock :i7~>J«i 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 47.77 

Salaries and office expense 4N.ui' 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand >s7.67 



Total $20, 210.30 



Total $20, 210.36 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 887.67 

Loans on mortgage security 56,125.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $22,114.31 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 31,420.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... I92.i;,s 

Borrowed monev and accrued interest 2,000.00 

Undivided profits 1.285.6S 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



:.7,012. 67 



1,206.48 

so:.. 25 



35.50 



Total $57, 012. 67 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 772.00 

Dividends on paid-up stock 1,120. On 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses .... 

Interest on deposits, surplus 107.23 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 48.00 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total 



2. "47.2:; 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total 



Total $ 2,047.2;; 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



286 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

MERCHANTS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the Sta:e of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Geo. L. Rice, President; C. J. Houston, Treasurer; C. J. Houston, Secretarv. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— G. L. Rice, C. J. Houston, J. F. Bennett, C. O. Rice, A. C. Tucker. 

Incorporated January 10, 1907. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $500, MM). 00; amount of paid-up capital, none; par value 

of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, none. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 2W. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 279. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 

Dues on running stock 

Dues on running stock used for ex- 
penses 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 
borrowers 

Interest and premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Loan inspection 



50.24 
411.35 



232.65 



262. SO 



92.35 



10.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 400.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

"Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 349.37 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses, $197.85 197.85 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 112.17 



Total $ 1,059.39 



Total $ 1,059.39 



SIXT'H— Detailed statement of the Ass 
tion at the close of the six month 
ASSETS. 

Pash on hand 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Error 



ets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
s ending June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 



112.17 

1,781.28 

30.00 

'"Ji'M 



.22 



Running stock and dividends $ 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on stock loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 
Undivided profits, interest for divi- 
dends 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans.. 

Other liabilities, in detail 

General fund, furniture and fixtures. 



l 177 70 
112.50 
is.no 
228.11 



173.03 



92.33 



Total $ 1,998.67 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Interest and premium 



Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate... 

Other earnings, in detail 

Payments used for expense 

Cancelled stock 

In spection property fee 

General fund on hand January 1, 1912 



.$ 173.03 



232.65 


79.04 


10.00 


265 . 67 



Total * 1,998.67 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock and pre- 
paid stock not prorated $ 173.03 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 349.37 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate. $....; 

insurance on same. $ ; sundry 

expenses, $197.85 197.85 

Other items, in detail, general fund 
on hand 17.33 

Transferer! from general fund to loan 22.81 



Total 



760.39 



Total 



7110.39 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period • 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at 'lose of 

six months period 

Total ' 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



287 



REPORT OF THE 

MESA COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa Count; y, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— Geo. R. Warner, President; A. T. Gormley, Treasurer; A. T. Gormlcy, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— G. R. Warner, J. W. Bucklin, J. F. Moore, J. M. Sampliner, 

E. A. Wadsworth. 

Incorporated September 21. 1909. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, J60O.000.0O; amount of paid-up capital, $119,673.00; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 813 63/100. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 962 8/100. 

FOURTH— Number- of shares in force at the end of said period 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 2.702.43 

Dues on running stock 26,742.36 

Paid-UD stock GS.5fi3.00 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 25,700.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 7,150.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed monev 10.000.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borowers 125.56 

Interest 13,762.50 

Premium 

Fines 156.26 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 112.00 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Total $155,014.11 Total $155,014.11 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending , 19 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $20,777.20 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 17.270.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 43,779.05 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 52,108.00 

"Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 13,500.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 3.551.31 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 320.33 

Salaries and office expense 874.23 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same. $....; sundry 

expenses on same. $....: 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 2,833.06 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 2,833.06 

Loans on mortgage security 250,037.78 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 17,620.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 100.00 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $144,483.45 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 119,673.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed monev and accrued interest 6,500.00 

Undivided profits 834.39 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $271, 490.84 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $13, 762.50 

Premium 

Fines 156.26 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 112.00 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



Total $271, 490.S4 



9,284.86 
3,551.34 



320.33 
874.23 



Total $14, 030. 76 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total $ 14, 030. 76 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



288 



BIEXXIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

MIDLAND SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY, 



To the Inspector of Building 



Denver, Denver County, Colorado, 
and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 
Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— F. E. Carringer, President; F. W. Carringer, Treasurer: F. W. Carringer, 

Secretarv. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. P. Willard, F. E. ' Carringer. C. C. St. Clair, A. J. Bryant, 

F. W. Carringer. 
Incorporated August 24. 1891. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $7,000,000.00; amount of paid-up capital : par 

value of each share of stock in force, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 8,124. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, (1,042 7/12. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 61, 2S1 1/6. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
Loans on mortgage security... 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash due from deDositories at close 

of last six months $ 19,343.11 

Running stock (installment stock) 103,315.34 

Fully paid stock 15,930.00 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 110,224.69 

Loans on stock security repaid S, 510. 58 

Loans or. all other security repaid 

Expense fund accounts 395.28 

Real estate sold 6,065.57 

Real estate sold on contract 1,900.00 

Insurance and taxes, advanced ac- 
counts 3,294.62 

Interest and premium 49,278.65 

Admission fees accounts 14,748.85 

Fines 1.276.70 

Transfer fees 113.00 

Membership fees and attorney fees.. 2,203.25 

Rents from company's real estate 609.70 

Other receipts, in detail, withdrawal 

profits 3,536.73 

Loss and gain accounts 515.28 

Title certificates 809.11 

Sundry accounts 10,140.90 

Sinking fund 550.52 



Total $352, 761.81 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and 

tion at the close of the six months ending 

ASSETS 

Cash due from depositories $ 23.594.35 



$12.3,050.00 

Loans on stock security ,.702.50 

Bills receivable, secured 3,034.25 

Withdrawals of installment stock and 

dividends 112,722.12 

Withdrawals of fully paid stock 8,129.96 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 60.00 

Sundry accounts 13,563.00 

Real estate sold on contract 3,700.00 

Insurance and taxes, advanced ac- 
counts 4,316.06 

Real estate 12,556.55 

Dividends on stock paid in cash 5.120.66 

Title certificates 376.20 

Attorney and membership fees re- 
turned 103.00 

Salaries and office expense 18,493.15 

Repairs, taxes and expenses 815.62 

Reserve fund and loss and gain ac- 
counts 2,548.72 

Admission fees accounts ,.,!!."' I 

Sinking fund 2-.278.20 

Furniture and fixtures 553.00 

Cash due from depositories 23,594.35 

Total 



Loans on mortgage security. 

Loans on stock security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Due for insurance and taxes— ad- 
vanced accounts from borrowers. 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Title certificates 

Bills receivable, secured 



920,957.32 
47.169.0S 



17,278.66 
9,315.00 



3,949.74 



3.322.50 
3,034.25 



Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends (in- 
stallment stock) $ 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Fully paid stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

I >eposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses. 

Borrowed money and accrued inter- 
est 

Undivided profits and expense fund. 

Credits on real estate sold on con- 
tract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans.. 

Prepaid stock 

Sinking fund 

Sundry accounts 



$352,761.88 

Assncia- 



766,444.78 

12: ; ,.N3S.'66 

Si,'573.'i4 

60,'i66.'i9 



13,556.56 

2,779.74 

261. S3 



Total $1, 02S, 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Balance of net profits and expense 
fund, January 1, 1912 $20, 

Interest and premium 49, 

Fines 1, 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate... 

Withdrawal profits 3, 

Loss and gain accounts 

Expense fund account 

Attorney fees 

Membership and admission fees ac- 
counts 15, 



620.90 



816.38 
278.65 
270.70 
113.00 

609 .'70 
536.73 
515.28 
395.28 
953.00 

999.10 



Total $1 , 028, 620. 90 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends paid in cash $ 5,120.66 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Attorney and membership fees re- 
turned 403.00 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Loss and gain accounts 197.66 

Furniture and fixtures 553.00 

Salaries and office expense 18,493.15 

Repairs, taxes and expenses 815.62 

Other items, in detail, admission fees 

accounts 7,744.54 

Balance undivided profits and ex- 
pense fund June 30, 1912 60,166.19 



Total $ 93, 493. 82 

RES p UVK FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $63,924.20 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total $ 93, 493.82 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period $ 2,351.06 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 61,573.14 



Total 



.$ 63,924.20 



Total $63. 924. 20 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



28!) 



REPORT OF THE 

MODERN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— C. P. McCary, President; C. R. Lough, Treasurer; C. R. Lough, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. P. McCary, A. B. Hoyt, F. Mantey, D. B. Bailey, W. E. 

Dudley, C. R. Lough. 

Incorporated May, 1904. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital. $300,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $53,790.35; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 2,054. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 1,808. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,780. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 29, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid.. 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by boi 

rowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate.. 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Total $ 2(5, 354.52 



$ 4.47::.:;s 

5,900.00 
9,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,900.00 


400.00 


1,699.42 

1,080.00 
47.. 20 


254.52 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $12,358.59 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 2,618.71 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 6,800.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate.... 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

''ash on hand 3,460.67 



100.00 



472.06 



1.69 
242.80 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of tin 1 Assets and Liabilities, showin 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 29, 1912. 



Total $26, 354.52 

the condition of the Associa- 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 3,460.67 

Loans on mortgage security 54,500.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 238.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers .• 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $37,090.35 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 16,700.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 4.40S.32 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

l T n divided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total 



58,198.67 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 1,699.42 

Premium 1,080.00 

Fines 47.20 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 254.52 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



Total -. $ 3,081.14 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 3,694.67 

Amount placed in fund during six 

months period 713.95 



Total $ 5S.198.67 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 1,650.64 

Dividends on paid-up stock 472.06 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 713.95 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 1.69 

Salaries and office expense 242.80 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses or. same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Total $ 3,081.14 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 4,408.62 



Total $ 4,408.62 



Total $ 4,408.62 



(10) 



290 



BIENNIAL ItEPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

MONTE VISTA BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Monte Vista, Rio Grande County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— O. A. Cramer, President; J. C. Bushinger, Treasurer; H. E. R. Rutherford, 

Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— O. A. Cramer, W. H. Fassett, M. Brady, W. J. Clark, R. L. Stitt. 

Incorporated August 25, 1905. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital. $200,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $40,128.60; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 230. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 166, 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,623. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 239.45 

Dues on running stock 5,268.60 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 4,100.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 2,515.05 

Premium 

Fines 122. 4S 

Transfer fees 7.25 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Pass books 1. 75 

Application fees 45.00 



1912. 
DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 5,500.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,000.00 

Loans on all other security 

"Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 3,802.14 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and "taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on withdrawal and advanced 
payments 214.52 

Interest on borrowed money 100.00 

Salaries and office expense 124.00 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes, $21.15; insurance on same, 
$ ; sundry expenses on same 



21.15 



Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 1,537.77 



Total $ 12,299.58 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,537.77 

Loans on mortgage security 48,045.40 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 4,150.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Total $ 53, 733 . 1 7 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 2,524.63 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass books 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail, dividends 

forfeited 



Total 

Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on. contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Applications 



5 12,299.58 
Associa- 



$ 48,654.41 



2,500.00 
2,533.76 



45.00 



155.81 
17.25 
5.25 



507.53 



Total $ 53, 733.17 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on withdrawal and advanced 

payments $ 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes, $21.15; insurance on same, 

$ ; sundry expenses on same, 

$....; 21.15 

Other items, in detail, undivided 

profits 2,533.76 

Expense "D" series, first year iui.20 



229.36 
100.00 
124.00 



Total $ 3,210.47 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total 



Total $ 3,210.47 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



291 



REPORT OP THE 

MONTROSE SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 



R. Halley, Secretary. 
C. Skinner, R. L. Town- 
Adams. 



To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending- June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— F. D. Catlin, President; F. H. Reinhold, Treasurer 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— F. D. Catlin, J. C. Bell, E. L. Osborn, <> 
send, W. Laeher, R. Halley, T. W. Monell, C. E. 
Incorporated June 13, 1906. 
FIRST — Amount of authorized capital, $500,000.00: amount of paid-up capital stock issued, 

$257,100.00; par value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 190. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 382. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 2,571. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENT" - FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 29, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 2,450.23 

Dues on running stock 7,508.50 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits paid in advance 467.40 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 13,105.36 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 5, 0s2.00 

Premium 

Fines 85.33 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 32.25 

Rents from company's real estate... 34.50 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 10,698.27 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 220.00 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 13,800.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 1,408.58 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 406.40 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Taxes, legal expenses, against real 
estate 465.67 

Cash on hand 3,772.65 



Total $ 30, 771.57 



Total $ 30, 771 . 57 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 29, 1912. 

ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 3,772.65 

77,600.00 
1,100.00 



LIABILITIES. 



Loans on mortgage security. 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, delinquents.. 



.$ 75,318.07 



289.00 

,159.85 



198.55 



Running stock and dividends... 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 4,790.33 

Deposits and accrued interest 1,181.20 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Rorrow id money and accrued interest 

Cndivided profits 8,830.45 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $ 90, 120. 05 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 5,081.03 

Premium 

Fines 86.98 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 32.25 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 

Balance from last account 8,271.96 



Total $90, 120.05 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 3,414.46 

Dividends on paid-up stock 820.91 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 406.40 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same. $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Balance forward 8,830.45 



Total $ 13,472.22 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total 



Total $ 13, 472. 22 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



292 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OP THE 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND BUILD IXC ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— J. J. Lumsden, President; Wm. A. Marsh, Treasurer; Wm. A. Marsh, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. J. Lumsden, W. S. Sullivan, W. A. Marsh, A. E. Bavlis, H. R. 

Bull, S. G. McMullin, A. R. Sampliner. 

Incorporated March 18, 1904. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $1,500,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $101,647.27; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 746. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period. 713. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 10,430. 

FIFTH — Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR 
RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 464.50 

Dues on running stock 27,224.00 

Paid-up stock 26,100.00 

Prepaid stock 

Certificate of indebtedness 1,013.85 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 34,60 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 6.413.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 1,660.05 

Borrowed money 4,800.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 115.47 

Interest 18,571.92 

Premium 

Fines 172.91 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 242.50 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail, loan fees... 352.00 

Reserve fund 

Dollar banks 18.00 



THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 
DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage .security $ 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of certificate of in- 
debtedness 

Borrowed money 

insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on certificate of indebted- 
ness 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate.... 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same. $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Dollar banks returned 

Cash on hand 



1912. 



43,210.41 
8,115.00 

5,100.00 

22.315.48 
24.900.00 



634.58 

9,500.00 

296.58 

3,' 569! 33 

Ifl 32 

107.61 

I, 156.24 



Total $121 . 748. 20 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and 
tion at the close of the six months ending 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 2,519.65 

Loans on mortgage security 384.682.31 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 10,309.00 

Loans on all other security 12,939.95 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insuranc? and taxes from 

borrowers 566.83 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



4.00 
.. 2. 51 9. 05 

Total $121,718.20 

Liabilities, showing the condition of the .\ssocia- 
June 30, 1912. 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock anil dividends... 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 123,289.75 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses,. 
Borrowed money and accrued interesl 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Hollar banks 61.00 

Certificate of indebtedness and inter- 
est 1,676.72 



.$281,747.27 



1,765.09 

2.300.00 
177.91 



Total $411, 017.7 1 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $18,571.92 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 

Loan fees 

Undivided profits 



172.91 
242 30 



352.011 
286.87 



Total $411,017.74 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 13 

Dividends on paid-up stock 3 

Dividends on prenaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 
Interest on certificate of indebtedness 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 1 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $....: 

insurance cm same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, undivided 

profits 



851.12 

715.72 

2s6.°44 

37.16 

107.61 

456.24 



177.91 



Total $ 19,626.20 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 1,484.65 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 280.44 



Total $ 19,626 20 

RESERVE FUND, 
mosses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 1,765.09 



Total $ 1,765.09 



Total % 1.765.09 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



293 



REPORT OF THE 

NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— S. L. Roland, President; Treasurer; Wm. D. Latshaw, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— S. L. Roland, J. R. Handy, W. D. Latshaw. 
Incorporated February 23, 1S99. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $100,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $13,321.47; par 
value of each share of stock, $100.00. 

SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 

THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 69%. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 306. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 
borrowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate — 

Other receipts, in detail, bond re- 
deemed 

Reserve fund 

Insurance fund 

Bills receivable 

Accrued interest 



946. si; 
613.41 



14.55 
1,450.00 

277. 95 

"450.00 

"126.' 66 



9.00 

27S.66 
278.66 



15.00 
200.00 

"74.84 

I'd. mi 
20. SO 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, 

$9.91; insurance on same, $ ; 

sundry expenses on same, $ ; . 

Six per cent coupon bond 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Bills receivable 

Hartford Life Insurance Company 

Cash on hand 



$ 3,247.16 



11.04 
450.00 



10.25 
5.80 
4.75 

49.66 
3.75 



9.91 
200.00 

'i50.'66 

86.22 

671.19 



Total $ 4,899.73 



Total $ 4,i 



3.73 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 

ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 



Cash on hand $ 671.19 

Loans on mortgage security 10,000.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 275.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 957.68 

Real estate sold on contract 420.00 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments- 
Reserve fund 

Bonds, 6 per cent coupon bonds 2,350.00 

Other assets, in detail 

Accrued interest 19.50 



Running stock and dividends $12,774.43 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 
Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Insurance fund 



300.00 
247.04 



869.12 
480.62 



22.16 



Total $ 14,693.37 



Total $ 14,693.37 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



27S.66 
27S.66 



15.00 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $9.91; 

Insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Undivided profits 



7.58 
10.25 



5.80 

4.75 

49.66 

3.75 



9.91 



4S0.62 



Total 



.$ 572.32 



Total 



.$ 572.32 



S69.12 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total $ 869.12 



RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ S69.12 



Total $ 869.12 



294 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

NORTHERN COLORADO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Greeley, Weld County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— C. Rugh, President; M. J. Neill, Treasurer; Elmer S. Rover, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. Rugh, M. J. Neill, S. F. Martin, J. C. Ewing, C. I. Moore, 

C. E. Carter, J. G. Harris. 
Incorporated December 7, 1908. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $250,000.00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, $200.00. 
SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 46%. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 33. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 423%. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid — 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



612.25 

i.oU.ivi 



2,0HH.li(J 



989.51 



547.29 

"Too 

"ii'25 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 3,000.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 175.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running "stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ : 

Greeley Abstract Company 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Premium on treasurer's bond...". 

State tax, $5.00; state inspector, $11.00 



70.02 



21.00 



10.00 
16.00 



Cash on hand 1,213.46 



Total 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Ass 
tion at the close of the six months 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Interest due 



the condition of the 



494.99 Total 

ets and Liabilities, showing 
ending June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends.. 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses.. 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans.. 

Other liabilities, in detail 



1,213.46 

12,950.00 

328.00 

'75.' 66 



1 5,494.99 

Associa- 



$ 12,348.27 



2,354.39 



136.20 



Total $ 14,702.66 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



.$ 547.^1' 



$ 450.52 



1.00 



19.25 



Total $ 14, 702. 66 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail, Greeley Ab- 
stract Companv 

State tax, $5.00; state inspector, $11.00 

Premium on bond 



70.02 



21.00 
16.00 
10.00 



Total $ 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



567.54 



Total $ 567.54 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COI.OKADO. 



295 



OFFICERS— Frank Finney, 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— F. 

Bomgardner, C. R. 



REPORT OF THE 

OTERO LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

La Junta, Otero County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
President; W. A. Hart, Treasurer; R. Phillips, Secretary. 
Finney, J. McNeen, C. A. Beerbohm, E. W. Pierce, C. W. 
Buckley, C. Jameyson, J. B. Sherman, R. Phillips. 

Incorporated , 1898. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $2,000,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 1,417. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 1,322. 
FOURTH — Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 13,274. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 
RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 6,939.82 

Dues on running stock 47,960.00 

Paid-up stock 28,400.00 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. ^;,:i75.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 1,690.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded bv bor- 
rowers 626.30 

Interest 18,659.74 

Premium 11,054.32 

Fines 842.69 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 341 . 75 

Rents from company's real estate.... 889.11 

Other receipts, in detail, R. E 3.40 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, 
$75.25; insurance on same, $1.00; 
sundry expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail, profit 
and loss 

Interest 

Cash on hand 



44,778.63 
1,895.00 



58,646.63 
27,300.00 



946.92 
7,852.50 
9,673.96 



1,265.35 



76.25 
5,274.18 

4.48 
21.28 
16,646.95 



Total 



74,382.13 



Total $174,382.13 



• SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $16,646.95 

Loans on mortgage security 567,925.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 3,964.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 20,756.39 

Real estate sold on contract 4,656.67 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 8,079.55 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 



.$308,897.26 



Running stock and dividends... 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock 275,400.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund '. 6,610.48 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 30,342.45 

Credits on real estate sold on conti-act 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans.. 778.37 
Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $622, 028.56 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Balance from last statement $ 25,642.88 

Interest 18,638.46 

Premium 11,054.32 



Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



842.69 
341.75 



3.40 



Total 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock , 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on companv's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, 

$75.25; insurance on same, $1.00; 

sundry expenses on same, $ ; ... 

Other items, in detail 

Balance. See No. 9 in liabilities 



$622,028.56 



$ 10,161.01 
9,673.96 



5,000.00 
i,'265!35 



Total $ 56,523.50 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 6,884.66 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 5,000.00 



76.25 

4.48 

30,342.45 

Total $ 56,523.50 

RESERVE FUND. 
Paid on matured stock during the six 

months period $ 5,274.18 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 6,610.48 



Total $ 11, 884 .66 



Total $ 11 , 884. 66 



290 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

PLATTEVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Platteville, Weld County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— S. F. Hunt, President; G. E. Snider, Treasurer; G. E. Snider, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— S. F. Hunt. J. D. Glaze, G. E'. Snider, R. Johnston, S. Salamon, 

M. Bushell, H. M. Gwyn. 
Incorporated January 30, 1912. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital. $100,000.00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 19. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 20. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 252. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 1,297.78 

Dues on running stock 1,316.13 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest .34 

Book account interest collected 11.43 

Profit on withdrawals 5.00 

Withdrawal fees 1.00 

Membership fees 2.85 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Interest earned, stock loans not paid. 26.73 

Due on unfinished loan 380.37 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 1,850.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 122.10 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money r.n.nn 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Didivends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits .36 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 177.1s 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Interest earned not vet paid 26.73 

Cash on hand 815.26 



Total $ 3,041.63 



Total $ 3,041.63 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the .Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending , 19 — 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 815.26 

Loans on mortgage security 9.430.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 85.00 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due on stock loans interest &4.l."> 

Investments- 
Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Due from fifth series 2S.42 

Total $ 10, 452. S3 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $10,022.46 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans.. 380.37 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Due on matured stock 50.00 



Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



Total 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 

Total 



Total $ 10, 452. S 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Total 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



Al'MTOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



297 



REPORT OP THE 

PROWERS COUNTY SAVINGS, LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Lamar, Prowers County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the Stale of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— G. A. Everett, President; J. M. Williams. Treasurer; L. J. Boring, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. M. Williams, G. Protzman, G. A. Everett, E. R. Jones, R. L. 

Christy, W. D. O'Neil, J. Kirkpatrick, L. J. Boring, H. P. Syp. 

Incorporated March 11, 1909. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $350,000.00; amount of paid-up capital ; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 14. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 81. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 495. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association dviring said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 
Loans on mortgage security $ 1,200.00 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 1,444.33 



Dues on running stock. 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid — 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate ... . 

Other receipts in detail 

Reserve fund 



2,080.50 

l: 1 Vim 



550.00 



428.50 

128.50 

3.37 

"6.00 



Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and "taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 



LOGO. 00 



1,010.00 
574.00 



189.94 



4.15 
38.34 



389.77 



Total $ 5,066.20 Total $ 5,0156.20 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the eix months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 3S9.77 

Loans on mortgage security 16,900.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 1,230.00 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $11,311.00 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 4,700.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 2,328.77 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Suspense account 180.00 



Total $ IS, 519. 77 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



42S.50 

128.50 

3.37 

"6.00 



$ 189.94 



Total -.$18, 519.77 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry- 
expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Net gain 



4.15 
38.34 



633.94 



Total $ 866.37 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total 



S.37 



Total 



RESERVE FLTND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 

Total 



29S 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

RAILWAY SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 
To th.e Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— C. H. Bristol, President; Geo. McLagan, Treasurer; Thos. L. Lewis, Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. H. Bristol, Geo. McLagan, R. T. McCraw, H. E. Clucas, 

T. L. Lewis. 

Incorporated November, 1902. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $1,500,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $40,542.45; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 746. 
THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 458. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 8,902. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS EISD1NG JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand at close of last six 

months $ 723.39 

Dues on running stock 21,869.47 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 13,629.80 

Loans on mortgage security repaid.. 19,296.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 6,840.85 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 883.15 

Interest 4,645.96 

Premium 4,645.97 

Fines 

Transfer fees 11.00 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 377.40 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 

Unfinished loans 1,127.75 



Total $ 74,030.74 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $11,841.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security )s, ut>9.00 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock, ma- 
tured 30,782.59 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 15,974.47 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 839.66 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 1,393.20 

Interest on borrowed money 400.00 

Salaries and office expense 1,812.91 

Repairs on company's real estate 316.50 

Taxes on company's real estate, 
$128.88; insurance on same, $26.40; 

sundry expenses on same, $52.10 207.38 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Unfinished loans 1,120.00 

Agents' commission 906.30 

Cash on hand 5,387.73 

Total $ 74, 050.74 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 5,387.73 

Loans on mortgage security 199, 3S6.50 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 9,875.60 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 962.74 

Real estate soid on contract 8,377.72 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 964.20 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 1,715.46 

Total $226, 669. 95 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $136, S02.69 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-U" stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 40,542.45 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 39,289.96 
Borrowed money and accrued interest 10,000.00 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

Personal accounts 34.85 



Total $226, 669.95 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same. $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total 



Total 



RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $43,133.25 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period, matured stock $ 3,843.29 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 39.2S9.96 



Total $ 43,133.25 



Total $ 43, 133. 25 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



299 



REPORT OF THE 

SALIDA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Salida, Chaffee County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— Thos. Ryan, President; H. Preston, Treasurer; J. \V. DeWeese, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— T. Ryan, F. C. Woody, W. S. Buchanan, G. W. McGovern, V. C. 

Davenport, G. McLean, B. Disman, H. Wise, J. D. Whitehurst. 

Incorporated November 11, 1886. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $-110,000.00; amount of subscription capital, .$153, 500 . 00 ; 

par value of each share of stock, $100.00. 

SECOND — Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 

THIRD — Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 5. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,535. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 
RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six Loans on mortgage security 

months $ 1,924.62 Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Dues on running stock 10,397.60 Loans on all other security 



Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 5,170.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book security 

repaid 2.073.20 

Loans on all other security repaid — 2,700.00 

Borrowed money 5.S00.00 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by 

borrowers 

Interest 3,897.95 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund, contingent 89.56 

Expense fund 713.87 



3,200.00 

-•,M)9.Ss 

5,800.00 

50.00 

980.00 



Withdrawals of running stock 

Withdrawals of matured stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money repaid 15,600.00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 313.00 

Salaries and office expense 716.20 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company, $27.58; insurance 

on same, $ ; sundry expenses on 

same, .$....: 27.58 

Reserve fund, contingent 89.56 

Other disbursements, in detail, bond 
premiums 40.00 

To expense fund 713.87 

Cash on hand 2,426.71 



Total 

SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Ass 
tion at the close of the six months 
ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures (safe) 

Loans on mortgage and stock 

Loans on stocn. and other securities. 
Loans on mortgage, stock and other 

securities 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Arrears (secured) 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



32,766.80 Total ! 

ets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
ending June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends : 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock ana dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses... 

Borrowed money and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans... 

Other liabilities, in detail, safe 

Expense fund 



2. 126.71 
12,895.67 
10,141.38 
11, 368.75 

20n.no 
24,779.50 
9,150.00 

11,700.00 



1,810.16 



I 32,766.80 
Associa- 

& 76,070.10 



514.74 



200.00 
86.33 



Total $ S4.472.17 

Owed to bank $l,nO0.OO 

Series own each other 6,601.00 



Total 
Total 



7,601.00 
$ 76,871.17 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 
Other earnings, in detail 



Total $ 76.S71.17 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total 

CONTINGENT RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period $ 425.18 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 89.56 



Total 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 514.74 



Total 



514.74 



Total $ 514.74 



300 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

SAX LUIS VALLEY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Alamosa, Conejos County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— John Spriestersbach, President; American Natl. Bank, Treasurer; James Roper, 

Secretary. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. Spriestersbach, F. W. Swanson, H. C. Mullins, Geo. H. Shone, 

H. H. Russell, Max Buchman. 
Incorporated April 1, 1899. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $500,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $431,200.00; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 365. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 515. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 1,312. 
FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 

the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $15, 853.20 

Dues on running stock 16,663.20 

Paid-up stock 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 32,100.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 3,960.00 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 305.43 

Interest 9,106.60 

Premium 

Fines 243.10 

Transfer fees 46.75 

Membership fees 182.50 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $39,800.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 6,096.50 

Loans on all other security 

"Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 22, 306. SI 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 583.93 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 781.70 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 8,891. S4 



Total $ 78,460.78 



Total $78, 460. 7S 



SIXTH — Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 

LIABILITIES. 

Runing stock and dividends $122,944.60 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed monev and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 42,304.43 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



125.00 



424.54 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 8,891.84 

Loans on mortgage security 140,300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 14,461.50 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate— office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund : 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail, delinquent 

dues, interest and fines 1,046.15 

Total $165, 249. 03 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 9,106.60 

Premium 

Fines 243.10 

Transfer fees 46.75 

Pass-books and initiation fees 182.50 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other earnings, in detail 



$ 8,797.25 



Total $165, 249.03 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 



781.70 



Total $ 9.57S.95 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total $ 9.57S.95 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



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REPORT OF THE 

VALLEY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 

OFFICERS— Wm. Campbell, President; W. J. Moyer, Treasurer; E. E. Udlock, Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Wm. Campbell, C. S. Newton, B. E. Udlock. F. W. Halboner, 

A. N. Bucklin, H. S. Henderson, M. W. Blakslee, W. H. Lee, J. W. Bucklin. 

Incorporated August 31, 1906. 

FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $800,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $317,499.72; par 

value of each share of stock, $100.00. 
SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months, 688.97. 
THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period, 529.46. 
FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period, 5.72S.74. 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 7,632.37 

Dues on running stock 11,849.35 

Paid-up stock 37,140.20 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid... 16,762.25 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 15,135.85 

Premium 

Fines 254.90 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 2in.:,0 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



.$ 31,757.40 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 36,183.06 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 3,842.57 

Interest on paid-up stock withdrawn. 1,056.15 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 641.02 

liepairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ : 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 10,497.52 



,002.20 



6.50 



Total $ 88.9S5.42 



Total $ 88,985.42 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the Associa- 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $10,497.52 

Loans on mortgage security 307,697.47 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $154,332.21 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 163,177.51 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed monev and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 695.27 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 



Total $318,194.99 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 15.135.S5 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Fees 

Rents from company's real estate.. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Surplus January 1, 1912 



254.90 
ziO.'SO 



1,487.11 



Total $31S, 194. 99 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock $10,854.35 

Dividends on paid-up stock paid June 

18, 1912 3,842.57 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To surplus fund for contingent losses 695.27 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on paid-up stock withdrawn. 1,055.15 

Salaries and office expense 641.02 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ — ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ — ; 

Other items, in detail 



Total $ 17,088.36 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period $ 695.27 

Total $ 695.27 Total $ 695.27 



Total $17, OSS. 36 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months per-iod $ 1,487.11 

Amount withdrawn from fund during 

the six months period 791.84 



302 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

WESTMINSTER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado for the Six Months 

Ending June 30, 1912. 
OFFICERS— S. G. Pattison, President; J. S. Temple, Treasurer; C. M. Scarborough, Secretarv 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— S. G. Pattison, J. C. Murray, J. N. Husled. J. S. Temple, C. M. 

Scarborough. 
Incorporated April 12, 1911. 
FIRST— Amount of authorized capital, $200,000.00; amount of paid-up capital, $2,534 50; par 
value of each share of stock, $100.00. 

SECOND— Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 

THIRD— Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 

FOURTH— Number of shares in force at the end of said period 

FIFTH— Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized statement of 
the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last six 
months $ 91.31 

Dues on running stock 5S8.70 

Paid-up stock 1,000.00 

Prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 
repaid 

Loans on all other security repaid 

Borrowed money 

Real estate sold' 

Real estate sold on contract 

Insurance and taxes refunded by bor- 
rowers 

Interest 33.63 

Premium 15.00 

Fines 11.45 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 9.25 

Rents from company's real estate 

Other receipts, in detail 

Reserve fund 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security $ 1,400.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and 
dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Real estate (purchase price) 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 84.75 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in detail 

Cash on hand 264.59 



Total $ 1,749.34 Total $ 1,749.34 



SIXTH— Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing 
tion at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1912. 



the condition of the Associa- 



ASbETS. 

Cash on hand $ 264.59 

Loans on mortgage security 2,145.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on all other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Real estate sold on contract 

Real estate — office building 

Due for insurance and taxes from 

borrowers 

Investments — 

Reserve fund 

Bonds 

Other assets, in detail 

Profit and loss 149.28 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends $ 1,334.50 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans 

Paid-up stock and dividends 1,200.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 

Deposits secured by collateral 

Reserve fund for contingent losses 

Borrowed monev and accrued interest 

Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on contract 

Due borrowers on unfinished loans 

Other liabilities, in detail 

C. M. Scarborough 24.37 



Total $ 2,558.87 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real estate. 

Other earnings, in detail 

Loss June 30, 1912 



33.63 
15.00 
11.45 



9.25 



149.28 



Total $ 2,558.87 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Dividends on prepaid stock 

To reserve fund for contingent losses 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money 

Salaries and office expense 36.75 

Repairs on company's real estate 

Taxes on company's real estate, $ ; 

insurance on same, $ ; sundry 

expenses on same, $ ; 

Other items, in detail 

Profit and loss account December 

31, 1911 181.86 



Total $ 21S.61 

RESERVE FUND. 
Amount of fund at beginning of six 

months period 

Amount placed in fund during the 

six months period 



Total $ 218.61 

RESERVE FUND. 
Losses paid during the six months 

period 

Balance in reserve fund at close of 

six months period 



Total 



Total 



INDEX 

Page 



A 

Appropriations and Revenue collected or collectible to satisfy same 1911 and 1912 13 

Appropriations in excess of revenue recommendation relative to 7 

Appropriations of first class 1911 and 1912 14 

Appropriations of second class 1911 and 1912 15 to 16 

Appropriations of third class 1911 and 1912 16 to 17 

Appropriations of fourth class 1911 and 1912 17 

Appropriations of fifth class 1911 and 1912 IS 

Apportionment Public School Income 90 to 91 

Abstract of assessments by counties 1877 to 1912, inclusive 76 to 86 

Abstract of assessments years 1911 and 1912 92 to 215 

Abstract of assessments, recapitulation showing value of different commodities, kinds 

of lands, etc 216 to 247 

B 

Bonds of State Officers and appointees recommended 10 to 12 

Balances debit 40 

Balances credit 41 to 56 

Bureau of Building and Loan Association report 253 to 257 

Building and Loan Associations report, examinations , 25S to 261 

Building and Loan Associations reports 262 to 302 

C 

Contingent Fund for Auditor and Treasurer of State recommended S to 9 

Credit balances 41 to 56 

Cash transactions State Treasurer 32 to 34 

Court cases decided and pending 5 

D 

Dairy Commissioners recommendation relative to 9 

Debit balances 40 

Disbursements all funds 25 

E 
Estimated expenditures years 1913 and 1914 22 to 24 

F 

Floating debt of State November 30, 1912 20 

Financial statement — State Treasurer 25 to 56 

Forest Reserve apportionment 89 

G 

General Revenue Fund Income estimated years 1913-1914 21 

General Revenue Fund Income 1911 35 

General Revenue Fund Income 1912 36 

General Incidental Fund disbursement 249 to 251 

I 

Inheritance Tax 26-30-51 

Internal Improvement Funds, statement of 38 

Internal Improvement Funds, summary 39 

Interest on delinquent taxes 34 

M 
Mute and Blind School recommendations as to finance S 

O 
Oil Inspector recommendations relative to 10 



304 INDEX 

Page 
P 

Public Examiner's Report recommendations relative to S 

Public School Income apportionment 90 to 91 

R 
Recommendations Relative to — 

Appropriations in excess of revenue 7 

The Published Report of the Public Examiner S 

Financing Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 8 

Financing Workshop for the Blind 8 

Financing Mute and Blind School 8 

Contingent Fund for Auditor and Treasurer of State 8 

Dairy Commissioner 9 

Scalp Bounty Certificates :) 

Short appropriation bill ' 9 

Oil Inspector 10 

Revised Statute 10 

Bonds of State Officers and appointees 10 to 12 

Receipts to General Revenue Fund 1911 and 1912 13 

Receipts to General Revenue, including estimate of tax collection for the period 19 

Receipts and disbursements all funds 25 

S 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home recommendations as to finances 

Scalp Bounty Certificate recommendations relative to 8 

Short appropriation bill recommendations relative to 8 

Surplus Cash Fund 37 

T 

Tax Levy by counties year 1911, State Tax only 58 to 59 

Tax Levy by counties year 1912, State Tax only 60 to 61 

Tax Levy balances delinquent and due State from counties June 30, 1912 63 to 67 

Tax Levy increases and additional assessments for the two years ending June 30, 1912 68 to 69 

Tax Levy decreases and abatements for the two years ending June 30, 1912 70 to 71 

Tax Levy Rate covering all purposes 1876 to 1912, inclusive 73 to 86 

Tax Assessments— see assessments 76 to 96 

Taxes— Per cent uncollectible 

Transmittal Letter 3 

W 
Workshop for the Blind recommendations as to finances s 



THE LIBRARIES 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTHERN COLORADO 

GREELEY, COLORADO 80631 

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