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iMENT 
DOCUMENTS D IVISION i 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF 



ALFRED E. BENT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



OF 



COLORADO 



INCLUSIVE 




DENVER, COLORADO 

THE SMJTH-BROOKS PRINTING ■ . ' E PRINTERS 

1906 



COLORADO STATE PUBLICATIONS LIBRARY 

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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO 
Historical Collections 



SAMUEL W. DEBUSK 
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HONORA DEBUSK SMITH 

JULY 1933 



Compliments of the 

State of Colorado, 

Alfred E. Bent, 

Auditor of State. 






BIENNIAL REPORT 



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ALFRED E. BENT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



COLORADO 



Denver. Colo., Dec. 5, 1906. 
To His Excellency, 

jesse f. Mcdonald, 

Governor of Colorado. 

Sir — I herewith, submit you a review of the work of this De- 
partment during the past two years. 

It has been my constant aim to exert every effort to improve 
the efficiency of the Department. 

Upon assuming jurisdiction, more or less laxness was found 
to exist with reference to the specific contents of vouchers, and 
an evident lack of application of thorough business principles to 
the details of the office. Regulations calling for complete speci- 
fic vouchers in all cases have been introduced, which have proven 
very beneficial to this and all other Executive Departments and 
State institutions. 

A practice of requiring all institutions to disburse mainten- 
ance appropriations comparatively equally throughout the en- 
tire biennial period has been put into effect with most gratify- 
ing results. 

Bills aggregating approximately $2,300,000.00 passed by the 
Fifteenth General Assembly appropriating money from the Gen- 
eral Revenue, Capitol Building and Internal Improvement Funds 
have been placed on the books. All of these appropriations have 
been paid in full. 

Warrants issued against the revenue of 1905 amounting to 
1960,000.00 have all been redeemed, and now there is a surplus 
in this fund of $51,465.14 which will be transferred, as provided 
by law. for the payment of deficiency indebtedness. A conserva- 



4 BIENNIAL BEPOBT 

five estimate is. thai the surplus in the 1905 revenue will even- 
tually be $65,000.00. 

Deficiency indebtedness and interest thereon aggregating 
|25,502.18 has been paid during the past two years from the sur- 
plus revenues of l!Hii and 1902. There still remains unpaid de- 
ficiency indebtedness to the amount of $74,695.36. 

I estimate that the surplus revenues of 190o and 1906 will 
liquidate all of this indebtedness. 

Ninety-eight claims aggregating $547,020.00 have been filed 
by various persons as a result of the insurrection in Teller county. 

Outstanding warrants against the revenues of 1887, 1888 and 
1889 aggregating, with accrued interest, f 1,821, 244. 69, regarding 
which much has been said, still remain unprovided for. The var- 
ious Investment Funds of the State hold five-eighths of these war- 
rants. Our Constitution forbids the impairment of the School 
Fund. These warrants draw interest at the rate of six per cent, 
per annum, while a State bond should sell at par, drawing in- 
terest at the rate of three or three and a half per cent., therefore, 
it would seem to be a business proposition for the Legislature to 
authorize the submitting to a vote of the people at the next gen- 
eral election a constitutional amendment authorizing a bond issue 
to pay these warrants, which action would at the same time elimi- 
nate this stain of long standing upon Colorado's credit. 

Scalp bounty certificates to the amount of thousands of dol- 
lars continue to be filed in this office, with no money to pay them. 
The Legislature should either repeal the present law or make 
some provision for the payment of these claims. 

I would recommend the establishment of a permanent sur- 
plus fund to be used for the redemption of the outstanding war- 
rants for the year 1891 and subsequent years wherein the war- 
rant issue has been in excess of the revenue. 

The Fifteenth General Assembly appropriated for the Gen- 
eral Incidental Fund the sum of $65,000.00. This is an amount 
considerably less than has heretofore been appropriated for this 
purpose, nevertheless the Auditing Board has economized to such 
a degree as to keep its expenditures within the sum mentioned, 
and you are well aware the Auditing Board has denied requisi- 
tions for actual necessities by the Departments, in order to pre- 
vent a shortage in this fund, therefore, I am sure you will agree 
with me that the Sixteenth General Assembly should be urged 
to appropriate the sum of 875.000.00 for this fund. 

I desire to call your attention to over $700,000.00 of out- 
standing certificates of indebtedness, and would suggest that 
this fact be presented to the Legislature with a view to procur- 
ing suitable provision for the payment of the same. 

Permit me to also remind you that there is no insurance 
whatever carried upon the Capitol building. I am informed that 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. •> 

the Board of Capitol Managers some years ago seriously considered 
the desirability of insuring the building, but, owing to the fact 
that the proposed rates for insurance seemed excessive, no action 
was taken. 

I would recommend and urge that, providing satisfactory 
rates can be procured, steps should be taken to obtain a suitable 
amount of fire insurance on the building. 

The office of the Auditor of State is a very responsible one. 
and the duties are excessive, and cover a broad scope, therefore, 
it would seem that the present salary of $3,000.00 per annum is 
inadequate, and I would recommend a suitable increase. 

The following fees have been collected by this office during 
the years 1905 and 1906 : 

Registering bonds $66.10 

Certified copies 2.60 

Total $68.70 

INHERITANCE TAX. 

Diligence has been exercised in the collection of the Inheri- 
tance Tax, with the result that during the past two years the sum 
of $98,000.00 has been derived from this sourse as compared with 
$11,921.20 during the previous biennial period. This is an equit- 
able and popular tax, and the process of its collection should be 
thoroughly systematized. 

Inheritance Tax laws are in effect in twenty-nine states in 
the Union, and as Colorado grows in age, the revenues from this 
source will rapidly increase. A recent decision of our Supreme 
Court modifies the terms of section 21 of the Revenue Act of 1902 
in such a manner that the sum of $10,000.00 is now exempt from 
each portion of an estate. This decision has resulted in the pre- 
sentation of claims for refund by various persons who had paid 
the tax under the interpretation of the statute exempting $10,- 
000.00 from the entire estate. 

The importance of this tax and the necessity of a thorough 
knowledge on the part of the person representing the State in its 
collection, prompts me to recommend and urge the creation of the 
position of Inheritance Tax Clerk to be attached to the office of 
Auditor of State, who should be thoroughly versed in Inheritance 
Tax laws, and whose duties should be confined exclusively to the 
supervision and collection of this tax. 

I would also recommend the following amendments, viz : 

First : Amending section 21 of the Revenue Act of 1902 so 
as to clearly exempt the sum of f 10,000.00 from the entire estate, 
instead of exempting $10,000.00 from each portion of an estate. 

Second : I would also recommend that section 30 of the Rev- 
enue Act of 1902 be so amended as to authorize the Auditor of 



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State to draw warrants upon the State Treasurer for the payment 
of any refund of erroneously paid inheritance tax in accordance 
with the provisions of said section. 

Third : I would also recommend that section 39 of the Rev- 
enue Act of 1902 be so amended as to require county treasurers 
to turn in their collections of Inheritance Tax under the law with 
their regular monthly remittances, instead of being permitted to 
hold the same until the first day of May and October in each year. 

COUNTY CLERKS AND ASSESSORS. 

Section 87 of the Revenue Act of 1902 provides that at the 
hour of ten a. m., on the first Tuesday of August in each year, all 
the county assessors shall meet at the Capitol, etc. Owing to 
the fact that the date of this meeting is after all the assessors 
have completed their schedules and fixed their valuations, but 
little benefit is derived, therefore, I would recommend that sec- 
tion 87 of the Revenue Act of 1902 be amended, fixing the date of 
this meeting at the hour of ten a. m., on the first Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary in each year for the purpose of enabling the assessors of 
the State to arrive at uniform values on all classes of property as 
sessed by them. 

The provisions of section 63 of the Revenue Act of 1902 re- 
lative to the filing of annual statements with the Auditor of State 
by corporations doing business and owning property in two or 
more counties are not being generally complied with or enforced, 
due to the fact that the enforcement of the penalty for failure 
or refusal is vested in the Board of County Commissioners and 
should be amended to be made efficient. 

I would also recommend that a penalty be exacted by law from 
county clerks who fail to file their semi-annual revenue state- 
ments with the office of Auditor of State within the time pre- 
scribed by law. 

PUBLIC EXAMINER. 

Very soon after assuming charge of this office, the urgent 
necessity of a State Bureau of Examination was on every hand ap- 
parent. The head of this bureau might be designated as State 
Examiner or Public Examiner, and should be a high-class ac- 
countant, and thoroughly competent and equipped to supervise 
this kind of work, and this position should be as far as possible, 
removed from politics. 

There is expended by this State for all purposes, State, city, 
county and schools, thirteen million dollars per annum, which is 
nearly four per cent, of the entire State valuation for taxation 
purposes, therefore, the tax payers are entitled to the establish- 
ment of a Department which will result in raising the standard 
of public service in every capacity throughout the entire State, 
and. also, in developing a uniform system of accounting and a 
uniform annual system of public reports, that will, by compari- 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 7 

son, quickly demonstrate the economies or the extravagances 
of public officials in similar positions throughout the State, and 
public expenditures of a similar nature throughout the State, then 
the weak official who might be tempted, would hesitate to misuse 
public funds, knowing that exposure is practically certain. 

It seems almost incredible that the vast business of the State 
has been carried on so long without the establishment of a De- 
partment of this character. 

Colorado has fifty-nine counties, four first-class cities, twenty 
second-class cities, two hundred and sixty-four incorporated towns 
and fifteen hundred and fifty-eight school boards. Laws bearing 
on this subject are now in effect in Ohio, New Mexico, Wyoming, 
Idaho and Maryland, and perhaps several other states. Some 
confine the work to examination of county treasurers and com- 
missioners in addition to all State Executive Departments and 
all monied institutions, except national banks, but Ohio and Wyo- 
ming virtually include all offices in these States, and in Wyoming, 
the Public Examiner is also Bank Examiner. Ohio in three 
years saved |600,000.00 directly in fees and taxes, and the Audi- 
tor of that State says that easily $2,000,000.00 have been saved 
directly and indirectly by improved service and by enforcement 
of the revenue laws. Wyoming has enjoyed similar satisfactory 
results. 

Governor Hagermann of New Mexico advises that the opera- 
tion of the traveling Auditor law is very satisfactory to the tax 
payers. 

An infinite amount of data and arguments could be presented 
in behalf of the establishment of this Department, but in view of 
the fact that the matter has been during the past year brought to 
the attention of a great number of the leading citizens of the State 
and the consensus of opinion seems unanimous in favor of a Pub 
lie Examiner law, further elaboration would seem unnecessary, 
therefore, I would recommend that the next Legislature be urged 
to pass an efficient State Examiner law, the said Examiner to be 
appointed by the Governor, and to be a thorough and efficient 
accountant, and providing that uniform accounting be established 
not later than January 1, 1908, and providing for sufficient deputy 
examiners to put the law into effect and in perfect working order. 

I would recomment that the proposed department have juris- 
diction over all State Executive Departments and State institu- 
tions and such municipal and county officers as the wisdom of the 
Legislature may direct, and, also, all private and State banks, 
building and loan associations and bonding companies, and, in 
fact, all concerns of a similar character. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

In view of the fact that over eighty thousand people in Colo- 
rado hold policies in life insurance companies, and as many more 



8 BIENNIAL REPORT 

are insured in fraternal orders, and to the further fact that nearly 
every house-owner in Colorado carries fire insurance, thereby 
causing the work of the Insurance Department to be of interest 
to approximately ninety per cent, of the entire population of the 
Siatc it is of the utmost importance that laws relative to insur- 
ance ami regulating the Department should embody every p 
ble clcnicnt tending toward protecting the policyholders and fur- 
nishing efficient service. 

Diligence and efficiency characterize the present management 
n? this Department. Unusual effort has been exerted in the in- 

i of the insured with a view to encourage legitimate insur- 
ance in all lines, and with a view to discouraging illegitimate 
and questionable methods. 

Our present laws relative to insurance are very weak and in- 
efficient, and in some cases ambiguous, in other cases contradic- 
tory, and in others lacking in suitable provisions for enforcement. 

Our present laws designate the Auditor of State as ex-officio 
Superintendent of Insurance, and the Constitution prevents the 
Auditor of State from serving more than two years consec- 
utively, therefore, the frequent changing in the head of this De- 
partment has not been conducive to efficiency. The head of this 
Department should have a broad and thorough knowledge of in- 
surance. 

As a result of the disclosures by the Armstrong Legislative 
Committee in New York State, and the subsequent enactments 
passed by the Xew York Legislature, a general re-adjustment of 
insurance conditions is now taking place throughout the country. 

With a view of meeting these conditions, the National Asso- 
ciation of Insurance Commissioners has for more than a year 
devoted much time and persistent work in formulating proposed 
uniform laws for the regulation of life insurance companies and 
in the interest of the public. It is of the utmost importance that 
the insurance laws of Colorado, which are decidedly ineffective, 
should be brought up to date and in accord with the uniform legis- 
lation recommended by the National Association of Insurance 
Commissioners and by the Colorado Insurance Department. 

I would recommend that the Insurance Department of Colo- 
rado continue as a separate and distinct department, and be in 
charge of an Insurance Commissioner, who should have a broad 
and thorough knowledge of insurance and who should be ap- 
pointed by the Governor; and the duties of the Insurance Commis 
sioner should be clearly and specifically defined. He should be 
given sufficient latitude in the administration of the affairs of 
the Department to secure on behalf of the insuring public "in- 
surance that insures." 

The statutes should prohibit any salaried official or employe 
of the Department from charging a personal fee for any service 
rendered any individual or company not specified in the laws. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 

Laws should be passed preventing the practice of disrepu- 
table methods in procuring insurance and the Commissioner 
should be armed with full authority to enforce them, even to the 
extent of withdrawing a certificate of authority to do business. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

ALFRED E. BENT, 

Auditor of State. 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING 



Estimated Floating Debt of State, November 30, 1906. 
Estimated Expenditures for the Fiscal Years 1907 and 1908. 
Estimated General Fund Income for the Fiscal Years 1907 and 1908, 



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STATEMENT 

SHOWING ESTIMATED FLOATING DEBT OP STATE NOVEMBER 30, 1906. 

LIABILITIES. 

tanding interest bearing warrants, 1887 and prior $ 130.776.71 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 18^8 277,555.65 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants. 1SS9 418.227.54 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1891 115.20 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1892 6,153.40 

Hiding interest bearing warrants, 1893 5,932.53 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants. 1894 32,316.13 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1895 . 97.91 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1896 183.54 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1S97 2,495.98 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1S98 12.00 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1899 26.69 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1901 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1903 45.64 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1904 108.83 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1905 93,586.97 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants. 1906 676.612.17 

Outstanding interest bearing Capitol building warrants.. 378.581.08 

Outstanding interest bearing certificates of indebtedness. 770.787.41 

Outstanding cash warrants 10,247.41 

Estimated interest due on outstanding warrants 1.005,000.00 

Estimated interest due on certificates of indebtedness 97,661.17 

Gross floating debt $3,906,545.56 

Bonded indebtedness, Capitol building 300,000.00 

Bonded indebtedness, casual deficiency 100,000.00 

Bonded indebtedness, Cripple Creek insurrection 70,500.00 

Bonded indebtedness, Leadvillc riots 223,000.00 



Gross floating and bonded debt of State $4,600,045.56 

Less assets due the State 1,796,007.04 



Total debt of State $2,804,038.52 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 

STATEMENT 



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ASSETS. 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1887 and 
prior 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1S8S 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1889 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1890 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1S91 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1892 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1893 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1891 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1895 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1896 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1897 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1S98 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1899 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1900 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1901 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1902 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1903 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1904 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1905 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1906 

Cash in Treasury, Capitol building 

Cash in Treasury, Ute war debt.. 

Cash in Treasury, cash warrants 

Cash in Treasury. Capitol building bond sink- 
ing fund 

Cash in Treasury, casual deficiency bond sink- 
ing fund 

Cash in Treasury, insurrection bond sinking 
fund 

Cash in Treasury, Spanish-American war 
fund 

Total cash in Treasury for above funds... 

Uncollected revenue as follows: 

General revenue, 1904 and prior 

General revenue, 1905 

General revenue, 1906 

Capitol building tax, 1905 and prior 

Capitol building tax, 1906 

Capitol building bond sinking 

Casual deficiency bond sinking fund, 1905 

Casual deficiency bond sinking fund, 1906 

Insurrection bond sinking fund, 1905 

Insurrection bond sinking fund, 1906 , 

Total gross uncollected taxes 

Deduct as follows: 

80 per cent, revenue, 1904 and prior, uncollect- 
ible $ 

* 5 per cent, revenue, 1905, uncollectible. 

* 5 per cent, revenue, 1906. uncollectible 

50 per cent. Capitol building, 1905 and prior, 

uncollectible 

* 5 per cent. Capitol building, 1906, uncollect- 

ible 

50 per cent. Capitol building bond sinking 
tax. uncollectible 

* 5 per cent, casual deficiency bond sinking 

tax, 1905, uncollectible 

* 5 per cent, casual deficiency bond sinking 

tax, 1906, uncollectible 

* 5 per cent, insurrection bonds sinking tax, 

1905, uncollectible 

* 5 per cent, insurrection bonds sinking tax, 

1906, uncollectible 



$ 136.82 

659.99 

1,192.77 

229.92 

79.07 

523.77 

220.98 

182.18 

609.57 

1.994.42 

136.12 

3.818.09 

4,862.51 

2,672.11 

619.66 

3.800.08 

40.802.57 

32,543.14 

145,051.11 

158,334.59 

38,368.06 

229.61 

10.247.41 

300,064.31 

21,583.33 

16,279.20 

2,145.08 

$ 787,386.47 



$ 229,380.08 

55,954.17 

682,802.16 

116,377.48 

178,122.24 

40,494.76 

2,101.50 

23,749.63 

1,486.82 

17,812.19 

$1,348,281.03 



183.504.06 
30.558.73 
34,140.11 

58,188.74 

8,906.11 

20,247.38 

1,164.14 

1,187.48 

873.10 

890.61 



339,660.46 



Total uncollected taxes due the State — 
Total assets due State 



* Per cent, based on total amount levied. 



$1,008,620.57 
$1,796,007.04 



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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

Governor's salary $ 10,000.00 

Governor's private secretary 3,000.00 

Clerk and stenographer 3,000.00 

Contingent fund 5,000.00 

Lieutenant Governor 2,000.00 

Lieutenant Governor's contingent 1,000.00 

Secretary of State 6,000.00 

Deputy 5,000.00 

Chief clerk 3,000.00 

Bookkeeper 2,400.00 

Index clerk 2,400.00 

Chief brand clerk 3,000.00 

Chief clerk, flat tax 3,000.00 

Clerk, flat tax 2,400.00 

Stenographers (2) 4,800.00 

Clerical assistants 2,400.00 

Commissioner of Printing 5,000.00 

Deputy Labor Commissioner 3,600.00 

Traveling expenses 1,000.00 

Auditor of State 6,000.00 

Deputy 5,000.00 

Bookkeeper 3,600.00 

Assistant bookkeeper 2,400.00 

Voucher clerk 2,400.00 

Stenographer and clerk 2,400.00 

State Treasurer 12,000.00 

Deputy 5,000.00 

Bookkeeper 3,600.00 

Registry clerk and stenographer 2,400.00 

Liquor license clerk 3,000.00 

Liquor License Inspectors (3) 7,200.00 

Traveling expenses 3,600.00 

Superintendent Public Instruction 6,000.00 

Assistant 3,000.00 

Traveling expenses 1,000.00 • 

Clerical assistance 1,500.00 

Maintenance State Library 1,000.00 

Carried forward ? 139.100.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 15 

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908— Continued. 

Brought forward $ 139,100.00 

Stenographer 2,400.00 

Assistant State Librarian 2,000.00 

Attorney General 10,000.00 

Deputy Attorney General 5,000.00 

Assistant Attorney General 4,800.00 

Stenographers (2) 4,800.00 

Justices of Supreme Court (7) 70,000.00 

Clerk Supreme Court 7,000.00 

First deputy clerk 6,000.00 

Second deputy clerk 4,000.00 

Librarian 3,000.00 

Supreme Court reporter 6,000.00 

Bailiffs (2) 4,800.00 

Stenographers (7) 16,800.00 

Board of Law Examiners 1,000.00 

District judges (21) 168,000.00 

District attorneys (13) 20,800.00 

State Engineer 6,000.00 

Deputies and assistants (2) 9,000.00 

Division engineers (5) 15,000.00 

Expenses 5,000.00 

Draughtsman 2,400.00 

Stenographer 2,400.00 

Stream gauging, etc 4,000.00 

Inspector of Coal Mines 4,000.00 

Deputy 3,000.00 

Clerk 2,400.00 

Traveling expense 2,000.00 

Register Land Board 6,000.00 

Deputy Register 3,600.00 

Superintendent of Mines 4,000.00 

Appraisers (3) 9,000.00 

Timber Warden 3,000.00 

Chief clerk 3,000.00 

Collection clerk 2,400.00 

Lease clerk 2,400.00 

Carried forward $ 564,100.00 



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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908— Continued. 

Brought foi % 5G4, 100.00 

Record clerk 2,400.00 

Indemnity clerk 2,400.00 

Plat clerk 2,400.00 

Stenographers (2) 4,800.00 

Commissioner of Mines .' 5,000.00 

Traveling expense 2.000.00 

Stenographer 2,400.00 

Mine Inspectors (3) 9,000.00 

Traveling expense 6,000.00 

Clerk and Assistant Curator 3,000.00 

Boiler Inspector 5,000.00 

Assistant Inspector 3,000.00 

Traveling expense 2,000.00 

Dairy Commissioner 2,400.00 

Traveling expense 1,000.00 

Deputy Dairy Commissioner 2,000.00 

Secretary Board of Equalization 3,600.00 

Secretary Board Charities and Corrections 3,000.00 

Expense 1,000.00 

Stenographer 2,400.00 

Board of Health 10.000.00 

Curator Historical and Natural History Society 3,000.00 

Museum assistant 1,600.00 

Expense 800.00 

Secretary Board of Horticulture 2,000.00 

Clerical assistants and members of board (5) 3,000.00 

Game and Fish Commissioner 3,600.00 

Traveling expense 1,200.00 

Stenographer 2,400.00 

Game Wardens (5) 9,000.00 

Traveling expense 3,000.00 

Special Game Warden 2,400.00 

Traveling expense 600.00 

General Superintendent Fish Hatcheries 2,400.00 

Traveling expense 800.00 

Superintendents of Hatcheries (7) 13,200.00 

Carried forward $ 0S7.9'X).OO 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 17 

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908— Concluded. 

Brought forward $ 687.900.00 

Maintenance of Hatcheries (7) 12,600.00 

Gathering - spawn and distribution of fry 2,600.00 

Incidental and contingent expense for State government... 75,000.00 

Sixteenth General Assembly, per diem and mileage. Sena- 
tors and members 

Per diem of employes, printing and contingent expense 150,000.00 

Dependent Children's Home 50,000.00 

Industrial School for Boys 100,000.00 

Industrial School for Girls 30,000.00 

Insane Asylum 110,000.00 

Penitentiary ". 200,000.00 

Reformatory 90,000.00 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 40,000.00 

Traveling library 3,000.00 

Bureau Child and Animal Protection 6,000.00 

State Fair 12,000.00 

Estimated interest on casual deficiency and insurrection 

bonds 15,800.00 

Estimated interest on warrants to be issued in 1907 and 190S 40,000.00 

Total $1,624,900.00 



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ESTIMATED GENERAL REVENUE FUND INCOME 

FOR THE FISCAL TEARS 1907-190S. 

Assessment of 1907 $355,000,000.00 

Assessment of 1908 355,000,000.00 

Total $710,000,000.00 

Tax of 1 11-12 mills on one dollar 1,360,833.26 

Less 5 per cent, uncollectible 68,041.66 

Total tax collectible $1,292,791.60 

Fees and taxes Secretary of State, two years, 
estimated $340,000.00 

Fees and taxes Insurance Department, two 
years, estimated 320,000.00 

Fees and taxes State Treasurer, two years, 
estimated 120,000.00 

Interest on deposit, two j-ears, estimated... 40,000.00 

Inheritance tax, two years, estimated — 30,000.00 

Interest on delinquent taxes 10,000.00 

Receipts from all other sources, two years, 
estimated 20,000.00 

Total revenue other than tax, estimated $ 880,000.00 

Total estimated income :.791.60 



EXHIBITS 

Showing Transactions for Two Years Ending November 30, 1906. 



TRANSCRIPT OF GENERAL LEDGER 
ACCOUNTS. 



GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS. 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE INVESTMENT FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 To balance $ S5,809.49 

To warrants purchased for investment 210,925.79 

By warrants redeemed $ 197,406.24 

By balance 99,329.04 

$ 296,735.28 $ 296,735.2S 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INVESTMENT FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 28,625.90 

By balance $ 28,625.90 

$ 2S,625.90 $ 28,625.90 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INCOME INVESTMENT FUND. 

1904 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 33,871.30 

By warrant redeemed $ 33.584.S3 

By balance 286.47 

$ 33,871.30 $ 33,871.30 

PUBLIC SCHOOL INVESTMENT FUND. 

1904 
Dec. 1 To balance $1,321,035.61 

To warrants purchased for investment 1,679,378.13 

By Capitol building- bonds redeemed $ 300,000.00 

By warrants redeemed 1,423,497.95 

By balance 1,276,915.79 

$3,000,413.74 $3,000,413.74 

UNIVERSITY INVESTMENT FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 To balance $ 48,213.71 

To warrants purchased for investment 19,725.92 

By warrants redeemed $ 20,449.84 

t By balance 47,489.79 

$ 67,939.63 $ 67,939.6°, 



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GENERAL APPROPRIATE >N 1890 AND PRIOR FUND. 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 826,559.90 

By balance % 826,559.90 

% S26.559.90 $ 826,559.90 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1891 FUND. 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 215.20 

By warrants redeemed • % 100.00 

By balance 115.20 

S 215.20 $ 215.20 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1S92 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 6,153.40 

By balance $ 6,153.40 

% 6,153.40 % 6,153.40 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1S93 AND 1S94 FUND. 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 38,583.03 

By warrants redeemed $ 334.37 

By balance 38,248.88 

$ 38,583.03 % 3S.5S3.03 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 189a AND 1896 FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 913.95 

To additional appropriation 224.74 

By transfer of unexpended balance 3 617.50 

By warrants redeemed 859.74 

By balance 261.45 

$ 1,138.69 $ 1,138.69 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1S97 AND I 

Dec. 1 To balance S 5,045.5$ 

By transfer unexpended balance § 23.31 

By warrants redeemed 2,341. SO 

By balance 2,680.47 

$ 5,045.5S $ 5.045.5S 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 23 



GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1S99 AND 1900. 
1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 1,365.99 

By transfer unexpended balance $ 162.14 

By warrants redeemed 1,046.34 

By balance — 157.51 

$ 1,365.99 $ 1,365.99 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1901 AND 1902 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 9,394.21 

By warrants redeemed $ 9,372.61 

By balance 21.60 

$ 9,394.21 $ 9,394.21 



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iNERAL APPROPRIATION 1003 AND 1904 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 768,243.00 

To re-credits 9,606.83 

To appropriations 43,151.97 

By warrants redeemed $ 670,631.08 

By transfer of unexpended balances as follows: 

Bureau of Mines 7.93 

Board of Law Examiners 

Board of Charities and Corrections 334.17 

Board of Pardons 14.66 

Board of Arbitration 23.98 

Dairy Commissioner 57.67 

Election Contest 252.50 

Fish Hatcheries 1.36 

General incidental 7,851.70 

Governor's contingent 4.52 

W. R. Owens' relief 25.31 

Horticultural Board 574.21 

Historical and Natural History Society .71 

Indexing House and Senate journals 350.00 

Insane Asylum repairs 121.50 

Insane Asylum maintenance 73,250.18 

Insane Asylum building 2,423.19 

Insane Asylum electric lighting 3,897.44 

Inauguration expense 197.25 

Legislative 1,415.05 

Legislative Printing Committee 400.00 

Legislative extra session 5,254:65 

Officers' expense 1,031.87 

Officers' salary 4,414.85 

Penitentiary appropriation 268.12 

House special 97.80 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 6,946.79 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home improvement — 3,345.83 

Traveling library 1,220.81 

Industrial School 960.24 

Exposition Fund 28,551.97 

Insane Asylum amusement hall 511.90 

Reformatory 5,366.43 

Bureau of Protection .45 

State Fair 39.50 

Kansas-Colorado water case 1.32 

By balance 403.91 



$ 821,001.80 $ 821,001. J 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 25 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1905 AND 190G FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 To appropriations $2,010,723.12 

By warrants redeemed $1,178,457.09 

By balance 832,266.03 

$2,010,723.12 $2,010,723.12 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 4S6,S47.6S 

To appropriations 132,678.14 

By transfer unexp. balance Capitol maintenance $ 1,042.02 

By warrants redeemed 234,901.27 

By balance 383,582.53 

$ 619.525.S2 % 619.525.S2 



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STATE TREASURER OR CASH. 
1904 

Dee. 1 To balance $ 998,144.80 

To receipts County Treasurers (taxes) 2,860.085.32 

To receipts Land Board ! 684,664.12 

To receipts investments warrants redeemed 1,674,938.86 

To receipts investment warrants interest 51,058.66 

To receipts interest on deposits 51,980.06 

To receipts Secretary Agricultural College 20,179.40 

To receipts United States Government 96,919.70 

To receipts Adjutant General ' 4,035.30 

To receipts Warden of Pennitentiary 59,953.25 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Medical Examiners.. 9,675.00 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Nurse Examiners 6,070.00 

To receipts Clerk of Supreme Court 3,033.00 

To receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 96,357.07 

To receipts refunds 79.00 

To receipts Sec'y of State (brand department)... 6,310.34 

To receipts Sec'y of Board of Capitol Managers.. 54.50 

To receipts Auditor of State (registering bonds) 131.30 

To receipts Secretary Board of Equalization 14.00 

To receipts Governor 100.00 

To receipts Clerk of District Court Prowers Co.. 288.00 

To receipts Steward of Insane Asylum 1,132.91 

To receipts Warden of Reformatory 6,672.57 

To receipts bonds redeemed 300,000.00 

To receipts miscellaneous 33.40 

To receipts Insurance Department 366,637.22 

To receipts Boiler Inspector 11,055.00 

To receipts Secretary Girls Industrial School 27,479.16 

To receipts Supt. Industrial School 13,708.93 

To receipts Auditor of State (flat tax) 413.40 

To receipts State Treasurer 151,408.81 

To receipts Secretary of State 249,436.78 

To receipts Fish and Game Commissioner 32,160.00 

To receipts State Engineer 4,884.89 

To receipts Supt. Public Instruction 6,341.06 

To receipts inheritance tax 97,292.80 

To receipts interest on delinquent taxes 29,149.29 

By cash warrants paid $2,039,114.80 

By capitol building warrants redeemed and 

interest 304,680.96 

By interest on Capitol building bonds paid 34,500.00 

By insurance department warrants paid 33,573.11 

By warrants purchased for investment 1,910,029.84 

By interest on casual deficiency bonds paid... 8,000.00 

By interest on insurrection bonds paid 23,480.00 

By premiums on assessors' bonds paid 2,781.50 

By 1S91, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898. 1899, 1900, 

warrants redeemed and interest 2,204,934.16 

By cash on hand in treasury 1,361.423.53 

$7,922,517.90 $7,922,517.90 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 27 



UTE WAR DEBT FUND SUSPENSE. 
190-1 

Dec. 1 To balance % 1,356.20 

By balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

OUTSTANDING UTE WAR DEBT WARRANTS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 1,356.20 

By balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

UTE WAR DEBT FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,356.20 

To balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTION FUND. 
1905 
Sept. 30 By appropriation $ 8,000.00 

To warrants $ 8,000.00 

$ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY. 
1905 
Sept. 30 By appropriation $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 10,000.00 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

ASSESSORS' FUND. 
1906 

Nov. 30 By statutory appropriation $ 7,583.80 

To warrants $ 7,583.80 

$ 7,583.80 $ 7,583.80 

HIRAM P. BENNET FUND. 
1905 

Apr. 14 By appropriation $ 4,153.88 

To warrants $ 4,153.88 

$ 4,153.88 $ 4,153.88 

BUREAU OF MINES. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 7.93 

By appropriation $ 27,400.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 7.93 

To warrants 26,848.86 

To balance 551.14 



$ 27,407-93 $ 27.407.93 



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BEECHER ISLAND MONUMENT FUND. 
1905 

Oct. 20 By appropriation 

To warrants 2,9 -'J.OO 

I 500.00 

BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS' FUND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 750.95 

By appropriation 1,200.00 

To transfer unexpended balance I 750.95 

To warrants 1,200.00 

$ 1,950.95 $ 1,98 

BOARD OF HEALTH EMERGENCY FUND. 
1905 

Sept. 20 By executive orders 2.500.00 

To warrants •> 1,48 

To balance 

.$ 1.500.00 $ 1,500.00 

BOARD OF HEALTH FUND 
1905 

Apr. 14 By appropriation S 10,000.00 

To warrants 5 9.96S.95 

To balance 31.05 

? 10,000.00 $ 10.000.00 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance S 334.17 

By appropriation 6,400.00 

By balance 29.30 

To transfer unexpended balance % 334.17 

To warrants :?.30 

| 6,763.47 5 6.7G3.47 

BOARD OF PARDONS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance \ 14.65 

To transfer unexpended balance 14.66 

S 14.66 $ 14.66 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 29 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 23.98 

By appropriations 4,400.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 23.98 

To warrants 4,274.29 

To balance 125.71 

S 4,423.98 $ 4,423.98 

BUREAU OF PROTECTION FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance ' $ 1,750.45 

By appropriation 6,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance S .45 

To warrants 6,000.00 

To balance 1,750.00 

$ 7,750.45 $ 7,750.45 

JAMES S. BUSH RELIEF FUND. 
1905 

May 20 By appropriation $ 113.00 

To warrants $ 113.00 

$ 113.00 $ 113.00 

W. N. BURDETT RELIEF FUND. 
1905 

June 20 By appropriation $ 1,319.00 

To warrants *. $ 1,319.00 

$ 1,319.00 $ 1,319.00 

CAPITOL BUILDING APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 9,113.85 

By appropriation 50,678.14 

To warrants $ 50,250.17 

To transfer from maintenance fund 4,540.37 

To balance 5,001.45 

$ 59,791.99 $ 59,791.99 

CAPITOL BUILDING FURNISHING FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance. $ 85.08 

By appropriation 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,085.08 

$ 5,085.08 $ 5,085.08 



30 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CAPITOL BUILDING MAINTENANCE FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,042.02 

By appropriation 77,000.00 

By transfer from appropriation fund 4,540.37 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 1,042.02 

To warrants 81,540.37 

$ 82,582.39 $ 82,582.39 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation J S.096.16 

To warrants $ 8,09 

$ 8,096.16 $ 8,096.16 

CORXFORTH SPECIAL FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation % 750.09 

To warrants $ 750.00 

$ 750.00 S 350.00 

DAIRY COMMISSIONERS' EXPENSE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 57.67 

By appropriation " 4,566.66 

To transfer unexpected balance $ 57.67 

To warrants 4,566.60 

To balance .06 

I 4.624.33 ? 4.624.33 

DAIRY COMMISSIONERS - EXPENSE FUND. 
1906 

Nov. 30 By statutory appropriation $ 759.95 

To warrants I 759.95 

759.95 $ 759.95 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME BUILDING FUND. 
1905 

Apr. 14 By appropriation $ 40,000.00 

To warrants $ 40.0C 

$ 40,000.00 $ 40.000.00 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME BUILDING FUND. 
1905 

May 20 By appropriation •? 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 10,000.00 

.? 10,000.00 ? 10.000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 31 



DURANGO HATCHERY BUILDING FUND. 
1906 

June 20 By appropriation $ 1,500.00 

To warrants $ 1,213.33 

To balance 286.67 

$ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 

ELECTION CONTEST FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 252.50 

To transfer unexpended balance $■ 252.50 

$ 252.50 $ 252.50 

EXPOSITION FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 19 By appropriation $ 31,151.97 

By re-credit 1,293.24 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 28,551.97 

To warrants 3,893.24 

$ 32,445.21 $ 32,445.21 

EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1906 

Nov. 30 By statutory appropriation $ 1,575.00 

To warrants $ 1,575.00 

J 1,575.00 $ 1,575.00 

FISH HATCHERIES FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance % 1.36 

By appropriation 10,800.00 

To warrants $ 7,155.83 

To transfer unexpended balance 1.36 

To balance 3,644.17 

$ 10,801.36 $ 10,801.36 

FISH AND GAME FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation $ 39,400.00 

To warrants $ 36,431.85 

To balance 2,968.15 

$ 39,400.00 $ 39,400.00 



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GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT FUND 
L905 

May ::i By appropriation $ 25,000.00 

To warrants $ 25,000.00 



% 25,000.00 $ 25,000.00 

FARMERS' INSTITUTE FUND. 

1905 

Sept. 30 By appropriation | 8,000.00 

To warrants % 8,000.00 



$ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 

W. L. GILBERT RELIEF FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 16.50 



% 16.50 S 16.50 

GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7,851.70 

By appropriation 65,000.00 

By transfer of Public School Income Fund 876.55 

By transfer of Officers' Expense Fund 1,000.00 

By transfer of Officers' Salary Fund 200.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 7,851.70 

To warrants 67.065.92 

To balance 10.63 



$ 74.928.25 $ 74.928.25 

GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND 1903 AND 1904. 
1905 

Jan. 31 Byre-credit i $ 7,851.70 

To warrants $ 7.851.70 



$ 7.851.70 $ 7.851.70 

GRAND COUNTY HATCHERY FUND. 

1906 

Feb. 28 By appropriation $ 4,800.00 

To warrants $ 2,842.05 

To balance 1,957.95 



$ 4,800.00 $ 4.800.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 33 

GOVERNOR'S CONTINGENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4.52 

By appropriation 5,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance > 4.52 

To warrants 5,000.00 

$ 5,004.52 $ 5,004.55 

GLENWOOD HATCHERY APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1906 

Jan. 20 By appropriation $ 4,800.00 

To warrants $ 2,969.63 

To balance 1,830.37 

$ 4,S00.00 $ 4.S00.00 

HENRY L. ACKER RELIEF FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 617.50 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 617.50 

$ 617.50 $ 617.50 

HORTICULTURAL BOARD FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 574.21 

By appropriation 5,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 574.21 

To warrants 4,996.97 

To balance 3.03 

$ 5,574.21 ■$ 5,574.21 

HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ .71 

By appropriation 5,400.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ .71 

To warrants 5,391.89 

To balance S.ll 

$ 5,400.71 $ 5,400.71 

HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SPECIAL FUND. 
1905 

Oct. 20 By appropriation $ 6,000.00 

To warrants $ 6,000.00 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 



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HOUSE SPECIAL FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 97.S0 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 97.80 

$ 97.80 $ 97.80 

INDEXING AND COMPILING HOUSE AND SENATE JOURALS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 350.00 

By appropriation 2,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 350.00 

To warrants 2,000.00 

$ 2,350.00 $ 2,350.00 

INSANE ASYLUM REPAIRS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 121.50 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 121.50 

$ 121.50 $ 121.50 

INSANE ASYLUM MAINTENANCE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 73,250.18 

By appropriations 110,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 73,250.18 

To warrants 109,977.03 

To balance 22.97 

$ 183,250.18 $ 183,250.18 

INSANE ASYLUM AMUSEMENT HALL FUND. 
1905 

Mar. 10 By appropriation $ 12,000.00 

To transfer to Insane Asylum Building- Fund.... $ 11,488.10 

To transfer unexpended balance 511.90 

$ 12,000.00 $ 12,000.00 

INSANE ASYLUM BUILDING FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,423.19 

By transfer from Amusement Hall Fund 11,4SS.10 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 2,423.19 

To warrants 11,488.10 

$ 13,911.29 $ 13,911.29 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 35 

INSANE ASYLUM ELECTRIC LIGHTING FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,897.44 

By re-credit 332.91 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 3,897.44 

To warrants 332.91 

$ 3,230.35 $ 3,230.35 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND. 

1905 

Jan. 10 By refund $ 960.24 

By appropriation 112,000.00 

To transfer $ 960.24 

To warrants 112,000.00 

$ 112,960.24 $ 112,960.24 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS' IMPROVEMENT FUND. 
1906 

July 21 By appropriation $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 10,000.00 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL DEFICIENCY FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 23.31 

To transfer unexpended balance : $ 23.31 

$ 23.31 $ 23.31 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS' ELECTRIC LIGHTING FUND. ' 
1906 

Aug. 10 By appropriation $ 6,500.00 

To warrants $ 6,406.87 

To balance 93.13 

$ 6,500.00 $ 6,500.00 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS' FUND. 

1905 

Apr. 30 By appropriation $ 7,500.00 

To warrants $ 7,197.87 

» 
To balance 2.13 

$ 7,500.00 $ 7,500.00 



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[INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS' BUILDING FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance % 717.06 

To warrants $ 685.81 

To balance 31.25 

$ 717.06 $ 717.06 

KANSAS-COLORADO WATER CASE FUND 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,436.19 

To warrants $ 3,434.87 

To transfer unexpended balance 1.32 

$ 3,436.19 $ 3,436.19 

INAUGURATION EXPENSE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 197.25 

By appropriation 300.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 197.25 

To warrants \ 229.50 

To balance 70.50 

$ 497.25 $ 497.25 

LEGISLATIVE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,415.05 

By appropriation 110,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 1,415.05 

To warrants 109,555.38 

To balance 444.62 

$ 111,415.05 $ 111,415.05 

LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE. 
1905 

Apr. 14 By appropriation $ 13,000.0") 

To warrants $ 12,573.60 

To balance 426.40 

$ 13.000.00 $ 13,000.00 

LEGISLATIVE PRINTING COMMITTEE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 400.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 400.00 

$ 400.00 $ 400.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 37 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR" S CONTINGENT FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation $ 1,000.00 

To warrants ? 1,000.00 

$ 1.000.00 $ 1,000.00 



LEGISLATIVE EXTRA SESSION FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5,254.65 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 5,254.65 

$ 5,254.65 $ 5,254.65 

L. S. JONES RELIEF FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 145.64 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 145.64 

$ 145.64 $ 145.64 

KANSAS-COLORADO WATER CASE, 1905-1906. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation $ 37,000.00 

To warrants $ 33,337.04 

To balance 3,662.96 

$ 37,000.00 $ 37,000.00 

NORMAL SCHOOL APPROPRIATION. 
1905 

Dec. 11 By appropriation $ 20,000.00 

To warrants $ 20,000.00 

$ 20,000,00 $ 20,000.00 

LEGISLATIVE CONTEST. 
1905 

Apr. 14 By appropriation $ 90,525.44 

To warrants $ 90,525.44 

$ 90.525.44 $ 90,525.44 

LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION. 
1905 • 

May 10 By appropriation $ 15,000.00 

To warrants $ 15,000.00 

$ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 



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LIBRARY <<>.\l.\HSSIONERS' FUND. 

Nov. 10 By appropriation $ 500.00 

To warrants $ ST! 

To balance 122.75 

$ 500.00 $ 500.00 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1887 AND PRIOR. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 130.776.71 

To balance $ 130,776.71 

$ 130.776.71 $ 130.770.71 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS, 1888. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance 

To balance | 277,555.05 

$ 277,555.65 $ 277,555.65 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. 1SS9. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 41S.227.54 

To balance $ 418,227.54 

$ 41S.227.54 $ 41S.227.54 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. 1891. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 215.20 

To warrants redeemed $ ] |j 

To balance 115.20 

$ 215.20 $ 215.20 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. 1S92. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance 5 6,153.40 

To balance $ 6,153.40 

% 6,153.40 $ 6,153.40 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS, 1S93. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5.933.53 

To warrants redeemed $ 1.00 

To balance 5,982.53 

$ 5.933.53 $ 5.933.53 



AIDITOR OP' STATE OP COLORADO. 39 



OUTSTANDING WARRANTS, 1S94. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 33,649.50 

To warrants redeemed $ 333.37 

To balance 32,316.13 

$ 33,649.50 $ 33,649.50 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS, 1895. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 123.91 

To warrants redeemed $ 26.00 

To balance 97.91 

$ 123.91 $ 123.91 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS, 1S96. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 192.54 

By warrants issued 224.74 

To warrants redeemed $ 233.74 

To balance 183.54 

$ 417.28 $ 417.2S 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1897. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,987.72 

To warrants redeemed $ 491.74 

To balance 2,495.98 

$ 2,987.72 $ 2,987.72 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 189S. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,862.06 

To warrants redeemed $ 1.850.06 

To balance 12.00 

$ 1,862.06 $ 1,862.06 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1899. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 862.99 

To warrants redeemed $ 836.30 

To balance 26.69 

$ 862.99 $ 862.99 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1900. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 210.04 

To warrants redeemed $ 210.04 

$ 210.04 $ 210.04 



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OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1901. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 21.60 

To balance $ 21.60 

S 21.60 $ 21.60 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1902. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 90.10 

By warrants issued 6.226.52 

To warrants redeemed % 0,310.62 

$ 6.31G.G2 $ 6,316.62 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1903. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 12.92S.17 

By warrants issued 38,939.53 

To warrants redeemed $ 51,822.06 

To balance 45.64 

$ 51,867.70 $ 51,867.70 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1904. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 621,186.70 

By warrants issued 1.87S.9S 

To warrants redeemed $ 622,956.85 

To balance 108.83 

1,066.68 $ 623,065.68 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1905. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By warrants issued $ 955.125.57 

To warrants redeemed $ S01.53S.00 

To balance 93.5S6.97 

$ 955,125.57 $ 953,125.57 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 190G. 
1905 

Feb. 11 By warrants issued $ 993,605.06 

To warrants redeemed $ 316,992.89 

To balance 676,612.17 

$ 993.605.06 $ 993.605.0*5 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 41 



OUTSTANDING CAPITOL BUILDING WARRANTS. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 470,606.73 

By warrants issued 136,875.62 

To warrants redeemed $ 234,901.27 

To balance 378,581.08 

$ 613,482.35 $ 613,482.35 

OUTSTANDING CASH WARRANTS. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 15,311.50 

By warrants issued $2,034,048.76 

To warrants paid $2,039,112.85 

To balance 10,247.41 

$2,049,360.26 $2,049,360.26 

MEMORIAL MONUMENT. 
1905 

Dec. 31 By appropriation $ 15,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,900.15 

To balance 13,099.85 

$ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 

MUTE AND BLIND APPROPRIATION. 

1905 

Dec. 20 By appropriation $ 40,000.60 

To warrants $ 40,000.00 

$ 40,000.00 $ 40,000.00 

DUPLICATE OUTSTANDING UTE WAR DEPARTMENT WARRANTS. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,356.20 

To balance 1,356.20 

To balance $ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 

OVELMAN, McHUGH RELIEF FUND. 
1905 

May 31 By appropriation $ 126.50 

To warrants $ 126.50 

$ 126.50 $ 126.50 

OFFICERS' SALARY, 1906. 
1905 

Jan. 10 By recredit % 224.74 

To warrants $ 224. 74 

$ 224.74 $ 224.74 



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officers' expense. 

1904 

l By balance 5 1.031.81 

By appropriations 27,300.01 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 1,081.87 

To transfer account general incidental 1,000.00 

To warrants 23,894.01 

To balance 2,406.00 

$ 2 28.33L88 

OFFICERS' SALARY, 1903 AND 1904. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balarce S 4.414.S3 

Byre-credit 128.98 

To transfer unexpended balance % 4,414.85 

To warrants 128.98 

% 4,543.83 % 4,543.83 

OFFICERS' SALARY, 1905 AND 1906. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriations % 584,084.57 

To transfer account general incidental $ 200.00 

To warrants 574,336.56 

To balance 9,548.01 

$ 584.084.57 $ 584,084.57 

HENRY V. PALMER RELIEF. 

1905 

June 10 By appropriation $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

PENITENTIARY APPROPRIATION. . 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 268.12 

By appropriation 200,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 26S.12 

To warrants 200,000.00 

$ 200,268.12 $ 200.26S.12 

PENITENTIARY IMPROVEMENT FUND. 
1905 

May 20 By appropriation % 30,000.00 

To warrants $ 30.000.00 

$ 30.000.00 $ 30,000.00 



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PLANT INDUSTRY FUND. 
1905 

Sept. 30 By appropriation $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

REFORMATORY FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 8,526.89 

By appropriation 85,000.00 

By refund 131.60 

To warrants $ 88,283.56 

To transfer unexpended balance 5,366.43 

To balance 8.50 

$ 93,658.49 $ 93,658.49 

REFORMATORY BUILDING FUND, 1905 AND 1906. 
1906 

Sept. 21 By appropriation $ 20,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,008.70 

To balance 18,991.30 

$ 20,000.00 $ 20',000.00 

REFORMATORY BUILDING FUND, 1901 AND 1902. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 6,226.52 

To warrants $ 6,226.52 . 

$ 6,226.52 $ 6,226.52 

REFORMATORY IMPROVEMENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7,607.09 

To warrants $ 7,607.09 

$ 7,607.09 $ 7,607.09 

ROOT CROPS. 
1905 

Sept. 30 By appropriation $ 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,000.00 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

SENATE CONTEST EXPENSE. 
1905 

Apr. 14 By appropriation $ 617.60 

To warrants $ 617.60 

$ 617.60 $ 617.60 



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SANITARY BOARD CERTIFICATES. 
1904 

Dec. i By balance % 718.50 

To warrants $ 217.00 

To balance 501.50 

$ 718.50 $ 71S.50 

STATE FAIR FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 176.25 

By appropriation 12,025.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 39.50 

To warrants 12,154.35 

To balance 7.40 

$ 12.201.25 $ 12,201.25 

STATE LIBRARY MAINTENANCE. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation 5 1.000.00 

To warrants $ 1.000.00 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME IMPROVEMENT. 
1905 

Sept. 20 By appropriation $ 20,000.00 

To warrants $ 20,000.00 

$ 20,000.00 $ 20.CO0.00 

SCHOOL OF MINES APPROPRIATION. 
1905 

Sept. 20 By appropriation $ 30.000.00 

To warrants % 30,000.00 

$ 30,000.00 $ 30.000.00 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 6.94(3.79 

By appropriation 60,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 6.946.79 

To warrants 59.994.24 

To balance 5.76 

$ 66.946.79 $ 66.946.79 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME IMPROVEMENT. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,345.83 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 3,345.83 

$ 3.345.S3 ? 3,345.83 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 45 

SPECIAL COUNSEL. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation $ 250.00 

To warrants $ 250.00 

$ 250.00 $ 250.00 

L. R. SCOTT FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation $ 50.00 

To warrants $ 50.00 

$ 50.00 $ 50.00 

C. S. SPRAGUE FUND. 
1905 

Jan. 31 By appropriation $ 50.00 

To warrants $ 50.00 

$ 50.00 $ 50.00 

TRAVELING LIBRARY FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,220.81 

By appropriation 3,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 1,220.81 

To warrants 2,999.83 

To balance .17 

$ 4,220.81 $ 4,220.81 

W. R. OWEN RELIEF. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 25.31 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 25.31 

$ 25.31 $ 25.31 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,036.68 

By receipts from levy 138,822.22 

To warrants $ 130,351.73 

To balance 11,507.17 

$ 141,858.90 $ 141,858.90 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 112,166.36 

By receipts Land Board 33,764.26 

To transfer to income fund $ 15,075.00 

To balance 130,855.62 

$ 145,930.62 $ 145,930.62 



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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE LAND [NCOME FUND. 

L904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 470.93 

By transfer from permanent fund 15,071 

By receipts Land Board 26,307.58 

By receipts Interest on warrants 8.104.73 

To warrants $ 49,600.19 

To balance 358.05 

$ 49,958.24 $ 49,958.24 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SPECIAL FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance % 1.630.73 

By receipts secretary 20,179.40 

To warrants $ 14,518.23 

To balance 7,291.90 

$ 21.810.13 $ 21,810.13 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE LIBRARY FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance % 1,175.31 

To warrants $ 1,175.31 

$ 1,175.31 $ 1,175.31 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND MECHANICS ARTS FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 9.693.85 

By receipts U. S. government 50.000.00 

To warrants $ 47.S53.75 

To balance .« 11,840.10 

$ 59,693.85 $ 59.693. So 

ARCHULETA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 

1905 

Sept. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 229 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 29.20 

To balance 2,970.80 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3.000.00 

APPRAISEMENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 492.92 

By refund 10.00 

By receipts Land Board 3. 437.00 

To warrants $ 3.270.15 

To balance 669.77 

$ 3.939.92 $ 3,939.92 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 47 

BENT COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1905 

Oct. 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 132 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants '..... $ 2,970.56 

To balance 29.44 

$ 3,000 $ 3,000.00 

BOULDER-GRAND COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Sept. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 163 .* $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 72.26 

To balance 4,927.74 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

BRAND DEPARTMENT EXPENSE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 15.86 

By receipts Secretary of State 6,310.34 

To warrants $ 6,326.20 

$ 6,326.20 $ 6,326.20 

BOULDER AND GRAND COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4.50 

To warrants $ 3.39 

To transfer internal improvement income 1.11 

$ 4.50 $ 4.50 

CASUAL DEFICIENCY BONDS SINKING FUND. 

1906 • 

Feb. 10 By receipts from levy $ 21,583.33 

To balance $ 21,583.33 

$ 21,583.33 $ 21,583.33 

CAPITOL BUILDING FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By receipts from levy $ 308.33 

To balance % 308.33 

$ 308.33 $ 308.33 

CAPITOL BUILDING AND INTEREST ON CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS 

FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance % 30,538.23 

By receipts from levy 346,647.96 

By receipts Sec'y Board of Capitol Managers 54.50 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 304,680.96 

To interest on bonds 34,500.00 

To balance 38,059.73 

$ 377,240.69 $ 377,240.69 



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CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS SINKING FUND. 
1904 

i By balance | 443,761.00 

l ;>■ receipts from fevy 167,103.31 

To bonds redeemed $ 300.000.00 

To transfer general revenue, 1906 10,800.00 

To balance 300.064.31 

$ 610,864.31 $ 6L0.8MJI 

AR CREEK COUNTY ROAD FUND. 

May 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 156 $ 2,500. 00 

To warrants S 2.496.99 

To transfer internal imp. income 3.01 

% 2,500.00 $ 2.500.00 

CLEAR CREEK COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1905 

June 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 134 $ 500.00 

To warrants $ 4: _ 

To balance 80.80 

? 500.00 S 500.00 

CONEJOS ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 34.52 

To warrants $ 17.20 

To transfer internal imp. income 17.32 

S 34.52 $ 34.52 

CHAFFEE AND EAGLE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance 5 1.854.31 

To warrants § 416.26 

To balance 1.438.05 

$ 1,854.31 S 1.S54.31 

CUSTER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 34024 

To warrants $ 330.24 

To transfer internal imp. income 10.00 

$ 340.24 5 340.24 

CONEJOS AND COSTILLA COUNTY i BRIDGE FUND. 
1905 

July 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 340 I 

To warrants ? 1.137.53 

To balance 5.S62.47 

S 7,000.00 $ 7. - 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 41) 



DENVER-GRAND JUNCTION ROAD FUND. 
1905 

May 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 2 $ 6,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,977.02 

To balance 3.022.9S 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 

CONEJOS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Feb. 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 1S1 $ 3,500.00 

To warrants $ 3,325.98 

To balance 174.02 

$ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 

DE BEQUE BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ .33 

To warrants $ .33 

$ .33 $ .33 

DOUGLAS COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,914.15 

To warrants $ 19.10 

To balance 1,895.05 

$ 1,914.15 $ 1,914.15 

DOLORES COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,340.48 

To warrants $ 3,294.41 

To balance 1,046.07 

$ 4.340.4S $ 4,340.48 

DOLORES COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Oct. 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 28 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 3.52 

To balance 1,996.48 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME CASH FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 58.52 

To warrants $ 58.52 

$ 58.52 $ 58.52 



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DENVER-GRAND JUNCTION ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 

June 11 By appropriation S. B. No. JGi $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,901.65 

To balance 2,698.35 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

DOUGLAS COUNT V ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1906 

Nov. 13 By appropriation H. B. No. 3S2 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants J 

To balance 2 994.11 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

EL PASO-TELLER COUNTY FUND 

July 21 By appropriation H. B. No. 249 $ 3,500.00 

To warrants $ 255.29 

To balance :j,244.71 

$ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 

ESCHEATS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance , $ 123.79 

To balance $ 123.79 

$ 123.79 $ 123.79 

EAGLE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,768.37 

To warrants $ 1,038.00 

To balance 2,730.37 

$ 3,76S.37 $ 3,768.37 

PRYING-PAN CREEK ROAD FUND. 
1905 

May 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 88 $ 5,500.00 

To warrants $ 4.966.36 

To balance 533.64 

| 5.500.00 $ 5,500.00 

GAME FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,249.2s 

By receipts Game and Fish Commissioner 32,160.00 

To warrants $ 20,998.86 

To transfer general revenue 1906 12,000.00 

To balance 410.42 

$ 33,409.28 $•< 33,409.28 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 51 

GAUGING FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 883.03 

By receipts State Engineer 4,884.89 

To warrants $ 4,019.25 

To balance 1,748.67 

$ 5,767.92 $ 5,767.92 

GARFIELD COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,530.20 

To warrants $ 4,530.20 

$ 4,530.20 $ 4,530.20 

GUNNISON COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,074.11 

To balance $ 3,074.11 

$ 3,074.11 $ 3,074.11 

GRAND COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1905 

July 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 295 % 6,500.00 

To warrants $ 6,500.00 

$ 6,500.00 $ 6,500.00 

GRAND COUNTY ROAD FUND NO. 2 

1905 

Aug-. 10 By appropriation S". B. No. 227 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

GENERAL REVENUE 1887 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 136.82 

To balance $ 136.82 

$ 136.82 $ 136.82 

GENERAL REVENUE 1888 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 659.99 

To balance $ 659.99 

$ 659.99 $ 659.99 

GENERAL REVENUE 1S89 FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,192.77 

To balance ■ $ 1,192.77 

$ 1,192.77 $1,192.77 



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GENERAL REVENUE 1890 FUND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 

To bal&ni $ 229.92 

.? 229.92 % 229.92 

GENERAL REVENUE 18M FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ '55.03 

By receipts from levy 124.04 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 100.00 

To balance 79.07 

$ 179.07 $ 179.07 

GENERAL REVENUE 1892 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 462.92 

By receipts from levy 60.85 

To balance $ 523.77 

$ 523.77 $ 523.77 

GENERAL REVENUE 1893 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance 3 115.22 

By receipts from levy 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 1.09 

To balance 

$ 222.07 $ 222. 07 

GENERAL REVENUE 1894 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 512.50 

By receipts from levy 221.90 

To warrants redeemed and interest % 522.22 

To balance 182.18 

3 734.40 $ 731.40 

GENERAL REVENUE 1S95 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 

By receipts from levy 509.05 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 27.94 

To balance 609.57 

s 637.M 5 637.51 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 53 



GENERAL REVENUE 1896 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,857.19 

By receipts from levy 371. 53 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 234.30 

To balance 1,994.42 

• $ 2,228.72 $ 2.228.72 

GENERAL REVENUE 1897 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 305.41 

By receipts from levy 424.09 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 593.38 

To balance 136.12 

$ 729.50 $ 729.50 

GENERAL REVENUE 1898 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,865.26 

By receipts from levy 922.06 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 1,969.23 

To balance 3,818.09 

$ 5,787.32 $ 5,787.32 

GENERAL REVENUE 1899 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,614.80 

By receipts from levy 1,127.28 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 879.57 

To balance 4,862.51 

$ 5,742.08 $ 5,742.08 

GENERAL REVENUE 1900 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,390.73 

By receipts from levy 1,502.06 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 220.68 

To balance 2,672.11 

$ 2,892.79 $ 2,892.79 

GENERAL REVENUE 1901 FUND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,177.65 

By receipts from levy 8,070.56 

To transfer to surplus f unrl $ 11,628.55 

To balance t 619.66 

$ 12,248.21 $ 12,248.61 



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GENERAL REVENUE 1902 FUND 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7,320.53 

By receipts State Auditor (Flat tax) 37.80 

By receipts Secretary o f State (Flat tax) 2,362.46 

By receipts from Inheritance Tax fund 4,308.98 

By receipts from levy 9,976.26 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 6,319.06 

To transfer to surplus fund 13^884.56 

To balance 3,800 08 

$ 24,003.70 $ 24,003.70 

GENERAL REVENUE 1903 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 22,008.25 

By receipts State Auditor (Flat tax) 163.00 

By receipts Secretary of State (Flat tax) 2,597.52 

• By transfer from Inheritance tax fund .. 20,228.40 

By receipts from levy 47,973.97 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 52,153.37 

To paid for assessors 'bonds 95.20 

To balance 40,802.57 

$ 93,051.14 $ 93,051.14 

GENERAL REVENUE 1904 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 81,686.54 

By receipts State Auditor, flat tax 272.60 

By receipts State Auditor, registry bonds 27.25 

By receipts Secretary of State, flat tax ,. 5,240.30 

By transfer from inheritance tax 24,585.95 

By transfer from public school income 381.21 

By receipts from levy 569,400.49 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 646,363.96 

To paid for assessors' bonds 1,447.25 

To interest on casual deficiency bonds 1,000.00 

To refund 239.99 

To balance 32,543.14 

$ 6S1.594.34 $ 681,594.34 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 55 

GENERAL REVENUE' 1905 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By receipts from levy $ 555,220.50 

By receipts State Auditor, registering bonds 62.80 

By receipts Secretary of State, flat tax 42,126.69 

By receipts Secretary of State, fees 116,884.00 

By receipts State Treas., licenses and court fees 81,784.05 

By receipts State Boiler Inspector 5,495.00 

By receipts Secretary Board of Equalization 10.00 

By receipts Governor 100.00 

By receipts refund 8.00 

By transfer from inheritance tax 28,086.25 

By transfer from insurance department 161,167.13 

By transfer from State Board of Medical Ex- 
aminers 2,249.07 

By transfer from public school income 876.55 

By transfer from interest on deposits 20,386.77 

By transfer from interest on delinquent taxes — 13,869.66 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 880,275.36 

To interest on casual deficiency bonds 3,000.00 

To balance 145,051.11 

$1,028,326.47 $1,028,326.47 

GENERAL REVENUE 1906. FUND. 
1905 

Dec. 20 By receipts Secretary of State, flat tax $ 44,030.10 

By receipts Secretary of state, fees 132,552.78 

By receipts State Treasurer, licenses and court 

fees 69,624.76 

By receipts State Boiler Inspector 5.560.00 

By receipts Secretary Board of Equalization... • 4.00 

By receipts Clerk of Dist. Court, Prowers Co. . . 288.00 

By receipts Auditor of State 41.25 

By receipts refund 32.40 

By transfer from inheritance tax 20,085.54 

By transfer from game fund 12,000.00 

By transfer from insurance department 171,000.00 

By transfer from interest on deposit 23,300.70 

By transfer from Capitol building bonds sinking 10,800.00 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 325,745.89 

To paid for assessors' bonds 1,239.05 

To interest on casual deficiency bonds 4,000.00 

To balance 158,334.59 

$ 489,319.53 $ 489,319.53 



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GILPIN COUNTY l!OAI) I'TNI). 
L904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 38.20 

To warrants $ 18.00 

To transfer internal imp. income 20.20 

$ 38.20 $ 38.20 

GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASH FUND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 319.08 

By receipts from secretary 27,479.16 

By transfer from insane asylum fund 108.00 

To warrants § 27.S7S.S6 

To balance 27.38 

$ 27,906.24 $ 27,906.24 

HINSDALE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3.85 

To warrants $ 3.S5 

% 3.S5 5 3.S5 

D. F. HOW, RELIEF FUND. 
1905. 

May 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 396 $ 58.81 

To warrants 58.81 

$ 5S.81 % 58.81 

HINSDALE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Sept. 11 By appropriation S. B. No. 73 $ 3,500.00 

To warrants $ 2,414.09 

To balance 1,085.91 

$ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 

INTEREST ON INSURRECTION BONDS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 33,219.59 

By receipts from levy 574.44 

To interest paid $ 23.4S0.0O 

To balance 10,314.03 

$ 33,794.03 $ 33,794.03 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 57 

INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By interest paid $ 28,149.29 

By Clerk of District Court, Prowers county 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 203.96 

To transfer 2S.945.33 

$ 29,149.29 $ 29,149.29 

INSANE ASYLUM FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 20,388.62 

By receipts from levy 138,833.48 

By receipts from Steward 1,132.91 

To warrants $ 111,803.85 

To balance 48,551.17 

$ 160,355.02 $ 160,355.02 

INTEREST ON DEPOSITS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 31 By receipts, interest on deposits $ 51,980.06 

To transfer General Revenue 1905 $ 22,679.36 

To transfer General Revenue 1906 29,300.70 

$ 51,980.06 5 51,980.06 

INTEREST ON CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By receipts from levy $ 73.56 

To balance $ 73.56 

$ .73.56 $ 73.56 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,141.50 

By receipts 366,637.22 

To transfer General Revenue 1905 3 161,167.13 

To transfer General Revenue 1906 171,000.00 

To warrants 33,573.11 

To balance 2,038.48 

$ 367,778.72 $ 367,778.72 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT PERMANENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 57,947.44 

By receipts Land Board 42,562.42 

By receipts U. S. government 13,635.51 

To appropriations Fourteenth General Assembly $ 45,000.00 

To balance 69,145.37 

$ 114,145.37 $ 114,145.37 



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INTERNAL. IMPROVEMENT INCOME FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance :. 991.09 

By receipts Land Board :»0.99 

By receipts interest on warrant-- 1,401.16 

By transfer unexpended balances 

To appropriations Fourteenth General Assembly § 

Tore-credits 909.54 

To warrants 115.16 

To balance 12,175.79 

% 114,759.30 $ 114,759.30 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASH FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.1S9.02 

By receipts from Superintendent 13,708.93 

To warrants * S 0.92:191 

To balance 4,974.04 

$ 14,897.95 $ 14,897.95 

INSURRECTION FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,881.35 

To balance $ 1, SSI. 35 

$ 1,881.35 $ 1,881.35 

INSURRECTION BONDS SINKING FUND. 
1906 

Feb. 10 By receipts from levy $ II 

To balance $ 16,279.20 

$ 16,279.20 $ 16,279.20 

INHERITANCE TAX FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By receipts from county treasurers $ 97 

To transfer General Revenue 1902 % 4,306.66 

To transfer General Revenue 1903 20,228.40 

To transfer General Revenue 1904 24.5S5.95 

To transfer General Revenue 1905 28,086.25 

To transfer General Revenue 1906 20.0S5.54 

$ 97.292.80 $ 97.292.S0 

JEFFERSON-ADAMS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND, 
1906 

Apr. 23 By appropriation S. B. No. 104 $ 1,500.00 

To warrants % 30.00 

To balance 1.470.00 

I 1,500.00 ? 1.500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 59 



LAND COMMISSIONERS* CASH FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,721.27 

By receipts from Land Board 27,060.68 

To warrants $ 24,429.25 

To balance 4,352.70 

$ 28,781.95 $ 28,781.95 

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 2 FUND. 
1906 

Apr. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 381 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,000.00 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1905 

June 20 By appropriation S. B. No. 107 $ 6,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,826.24 

To balance 2,173.76 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 

LARIMER-BOULDER ROAD FUND. 

1905 

May 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 200 $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 9,790.20 

To balance 209.80 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,774.79 

To warrants $ 30.71 

To balance 4,744.08 

$ 4,774.79 $ 4,774.79 

LOGAN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3.81 

To transfer internal imp. income fund $ 3.81 

$ 3.81 $ 3.81 

LA PLATA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,738.18 

To warrants $ 3,725.23 

To balance 2.95 

$ 3,738.18 $ 3,738.18 



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LA PLATA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 

1905 

Sept. 30 By appropriation H. B. No. 323 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3.000.00 

LA PLATA COUNTY ROAD NO. 2. 
1905 

Sept. 30 By appropriation S. B. No. 31 $ 6,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,924. S5 

To balance 75.15 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 

MESA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1905 

June 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 113 $ 2,500.00 

To warrants $ 2,113.38 

To balance 386.62 

$ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 

MONTROSE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 

Apr. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 2S8 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 30.26 

To balance 1,969.74 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.0€ 

MORGAN COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Sept. 11 By appropriation S. B. No. 128 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 22.76 

To balance 1,977.24 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

MILITARY POLL FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 338.65 

By refund 40.00 

By receipts Adjutant General 4,035.30 

By JJ. S. government 1.849.05 

By receipts from levy 111,654.57 

To warrants $ 112,810.41 

To balance 5,107.16 

$ 117,917.57 $ 117.917.57 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. Gl 



MUTE AND BLIND FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5,819.52 

By receipts from levy 138,825.57 

To warrants $ 140,964.99 

To balance 3,680.10 

$ 144,645.09 $ 144,645.09 

MINERAL LAND SURVEY FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 805.77 

By receipts Land Board 250.00 

To warrants $ 542.65 

To balance 513.12 

$ 1,055.77 $ 1,055.77 

NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By receipts from levy $ 138,785.93 

To balance $ 1,780.16 

To warrants 132,950.00 

To balance 4,055.77 

$ 138,785.93 $ 138,785.93 

OURAY AND SAN JUAN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 34.00 

To warrants $ 34.00 

$ 34.00 $ 34.00 

OTERO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,350.50 

To warrants $ 4,350.50 

$ 4,350.50 $ 4,350.50 

OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES STOCK INDEMNITY FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 114.58 

To balance $ 114.58 

$ 114.58 $ 114.58 

OTERO COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1905 

Sept. 30 By appropriation H. B. No. 364 % 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 4,000.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4.000.00 



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PALMER LAKE CYCLE PATH FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,455.25 

To balance $ 4,455.25 

$ 4,455.25 $ 4,455.25 

PITKIN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,000.54 

To balance $ 4,000.54 

$ 4,000.54 $ 4,000.54 

PENITENTIARY CONVICT LABOR FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance .*. . . $ 596.34 

By receipts from warden penitentiary 59,953.25 

To warrants $ 60,535.36 

To balance 14.23 

$ 60,549.59 $ 60,549.59 

PITKIN COUNTY ROAD NO. 2. 
1905 

Aug. 10 By appropriation JL B. No. 190 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,940.56 

By balance 59.44 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

PENITENTIARY LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,027.30 

By receipts Land Board 141.70 

To balance $ 1,169.00 

$ 1,169.00 $ 1,169.00 

PENITENTIARY LAND INCOME FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,310.85 

By receipts Land Board 627.60 

To balance $ 2,938.45 

$ 2,938.45 $ 2,938.45 

PARTITION OF REALTY FUND. 
By balance $ 217.36 

To balance $ 217.36 

$ 217.36 $ 217.36 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 63 

PROWERS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,994.00 

To warrants $ 1,994.00 

$ 1,994.00 $ 1,994.00 

PUBLIC BUILDING LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,402.45 

By receipts Land Board 72.00 

To balance $. 1,474.45 

$ 1,474.45 $ 1,474.45 

PUBLIC BUILDING LAND INCOME FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,838.26 

By receipts Land Board 734.45 

To balance $ 3,572.71 

$ 3,572.71 $ 3,572.71 

PROWERS COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 2 FUND. 
1905 

Aug. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. S3 $4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,460.58 

To balance 539.42 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

PROWERS COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 3 FUND. 
1905 

Aug. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 85 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

PUBLIC SCHOOL LAND PERMANENT FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $1,384,279.57 

By receipts Land Board 114,578.67 

To transfer to income fund $ 64,775.00 

To warrants 1,024.00 

To balance 1,433,059.24 

$1,498,858.24 $1,498,858.24 



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PUBLIC SCHOOL LAND [NCOME FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 75,182.17 

By transfer from permanent fund 64.775.00 

By receipts from Land Board 375,517.02 

By receipts from interest on warrants 40,702.81 

By receipts from interest on deposits S.292.59 

By transfer from Capitol building and interest 

on bonds 10.500.00 

By refund 8.00 

To warrants % 472,984.43 

To balance 101,993.16 

$ 574,977.59 $ 574,977.59 

PUEBLO AND DEADYILLE ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,005.71 

To transfer internal improvement income $ 1,005.71 

$ 1.005.71 $ 1,005.71 

PUEBLO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7.41 

To warrants $ 6.00 

To transfer internal improvement income 1.41 

$ 7.41 $ 7.41 

PARK COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance S 32.05 

To warrants $ 32.05 

$ 32.05 $ 32.05 

REFORMATORY CASH FUND. 
1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,500.00 

By receipts from warden 6,672.57 

To warrants 5 0.172.57 

$ 9,172.57 $ 9,172.57 

RIO GRANDE COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1905 

June 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 6 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 379.23 

To balance 3.620.77 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4ji.Vi.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. G5 



RPJGISTERED FUNDING BONDS SERIES 1897 FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ "42.74 

To balance $ 342.74 

$ 342.74 $ 342.74 

ROUTT COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,642.64 

To warrants $ 3,642.64 

$ 3,642.64 $ 3,642.64 

RIO BLANCO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,882.58 

To warrants $ 1,882.28 

To transfer Internal Imp. Income .30 

$ 1,882.58 $ 1,882.58 

ROUTT COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 2 FUND. 
1905 

May 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 35 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 111.58 

To balance 4,888.42 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY ROAD FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,755.46 

To warrants $ 3,755.46 

$ 3,755.46 $ 3,755.46. 

SCHOOL OF MINES FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 20 By receipts from levy $ 138,816.56 

To balance $ 2,738.96 

To warrants 134,093.84 

To balance 1,983.76 

$ 138,816.56 $ 138,816.56- 

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.050.51 

By receipts from levy . 106.57 

To warrants $ 12.00 

To balance 2.145.0S 

$ 2,157.08 $ 2,157.08 
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- LINE LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 56.00 

To balance 56.00 



| 56.00 $ 

SALINE LAND INCOME FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 916.50 

By receipts Land Board 

To balance 



4.50 $ 1,094.50 

ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance I 1.04 

To balance I 



-< 1.04 $ 1.04 

STOCK INSPECTION FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance % 2,436.96 

By receipts from levy -16.031.15 

To warrants S 45.35-S.17 

To balance 3,109.94 



• 168.11 $ 48,468.11 

SUMMIT COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 903.00 

To warrants 



S 903.00 $ 903.00 

SUMMIT COUNTY ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1906 

Aug. 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 89 

To warrants I 8,887.2 

To balance 112.79 



> 3.000.00 $ 3.000.00 



SCALP BOUNTY FUND. 



1904 

Dec. 1 By balance . 

By refund .. 

To war: 

To balance 



s 


.18 




13.00 


.$ 









13.18 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. ()7 



SUPREME COURT LIBRARY FUND. 
1904 * 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,292.31 

By receipts from Clerk 2,983.00 

To warrants $ 1,808.00 

To balance 2,467.31 

$ 4,275.31 $ 4,275.31 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME CASH FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5,050.65 

By receipts U. S. government 31,435.14 

To warrants $ 22,531.06 

To balance 13,954.73 

$ 36,485.79 $ 36,485.79 

STATE NORMAL INSTITUTE FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 31.11 

By receipts Supt. Public Instruction 6,341.06 

To warrants $ 5,355.22 

To balance 1,016.95 

$ 6,372.17 $ 6,372.17 

STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,249.07 

By receipts Secretary 9,675.00 

To transfer General Revenue 1905 $ 2,249.07 

To warrants 9,643.00 

To balance 32.00 

$ 11,924.07 $ 11,924.07 

STATE BOARD OF NURSE EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1905 

May 31 By receipts from Secretary $ 6,070.00 

To warrants $ 2,382.87 

To balance 3,687.13 

$ 6,070.00 $ 6,070.00 

SURPLUS FUND. 

1905 

Jan. 10 By transfer from General Revenue 1901-1902 $ 25,513.11 

To warrants $ 25,502.18 

To balance 10.93 

$ 25,513.11 $ 25,513.11 



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TKLLER-FREMONT COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
L905 

Aug. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 76 $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 9,81 

To balance L82.73 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

UTE WAR DEBT FUN I >. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 206.75 

By receipts from levy 22.86 

To balance $ 229.61 

$ 229.61 S 229.61 

UNIVERSITY FUND. 

1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 568. 74 

By receipts from levy 275,261.47 

To warrants $ 272,7S7.19 

To balance 3,043.02 

$ 275.830.21 $ 275.830.21 

UNIVERSITY LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 48.269.15 

By receipts Land Board 28.00 

To balance $ 4S.297.15 

$ 48,297.15 ? 48,297.15 

UNIVERSITY LAND INCOME FUND. 

1904 
Dec. 1 By balance $ 247.33 

By receipts Land Board 

By receipts interest on warrants S49.96 

To warrants $ 2,624.19 

To balance ! 4S6.S5 

$ 3.111.04 $ 3.111.04 

UNIVERSITY SPECIAL FUND. 
1904 

Dec 1 By balance I 3 V 54 

By receipts from levy 5.11 

To balance % 8.65 

$ S.65 $ S.65 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 60 



WARRANT INTEREST FUND. 
1904 

Doc. 20 By warrant interest paid $ 52,664.88 

To warrant interest paid % 52,664.88 

% 52,664.88 $ 52,664.88 

WASHINGTON COUNTY ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 
1905 

Dec. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 237 % 6,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,865.82 

To balance 134.18 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 

YUMA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1905 

Sept. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 259 % 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,974.50 

To balance 25.50 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

YUMA-WASHINGTON AND MORGAN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1904 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 374.40 

To warrants $ 370.75 

To transfer to Internal Imp. Income 3.65 

S 374.40 $ 374.40 



STATEMENTS 



SHOWING 



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



STATEMENT 



SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1906. 



Date 

1905 



To Whom Issued 

F. W. Gross 

F. W. Gross 

F. W. Gross 

F. W. Gross 

F. W. Gross 

S. D. Crump 

Union Pacific R. R. Co. 



Jan 
Jan 

Jan. 9 F. W. Gross 6344 

Jan. 9 F. W. Gross 6345 

Jan. 9 F. W. Gross 6346 

Jan. 9 S. D. Crump 6347 

Jan. 

Jan. 9 Colo. Telephone Co 6349 

Jan. 9 Colo. Trading- & Trans. Co.. 6350 

Jan. 9 Colo. Trading & Trans. Co.. 6351 

9 Colo. Trading & Trans. Co.. 6352 

9 Cripple Creek Water Co 6353 

9 Capt. Gael S. Hoag 6354 

9 John Gregory 6355 

9 Midland Terminal Ry. Co.... 6356 

9 Glauber Beer Co 6357 

9 Gold Belt Cons. Elec Co 6358 

9 J. R. Haskin 6359 

9 Col. A. W. Hogle 6360 

9 Cripple Creek Livery 6361 

9 M. W. Skinner 6362 

9 Raymond St. Clair 636r 

Jan. 9 Gen. Ben F. Klee 6364 

Jan. 9 Geo. McKenzie, M. D 6365 

Jan. 9 Miss Mary Hehn 6366 

Jan. 9 Flint-Lomax El. & Mf. Co.. 6367 

Jan. 9 John H. Williams 6368 

9 H. G. Moore Merc. Co 6369 

9 City of Victor 6370 

9 Central Drug Co 6371 

9 Morrell Hdw. Co 6372 

9 Sydney Moyle 6373 

9 A. W. Grant 6874 

9 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co.. 6375 



No. Amount 

6342 $ 

6343 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Jan. 9 Louis Gregory 6376 

Jan. 9 Fred Howey »i377 



For What Purpose 

154.20 Military pay roll 

111.54 Military pay roll 

359.00 Military pay roll 

440.00 Military pay roll 

153.34 Military pay roll 

2,500.00 Legal services 

29.08 Transportation 

72.30 Telephone services 

270.00 Horse hire 

221.60 Hay and oats 

680.00 Horse hire 

34.15 Water 

102.30 Services 

48.00 Horse hire 

53.24 Transportation 

12.50 Merchandise 

27.95 Lights 

21.00 Professional services 

671.01 Services 

2.00 Carriage hire 

5.00 Five gallons coffee 

142.00 Professional services 

1,137.75 Services 

98.00 Professional services 

80.00 Meals 

58.50 Supplies 

86.00 Supplies 

205.35 Groceries 

148.00 Water 

34.85 Drugs 

31.00 Supplies 

30.00 Merchandise 

14.50 Services 

162.00 Hauling 

100.00 Horse hire 

36.75 Board 



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STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 

FEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1906— Continued. 
Date 
1905 To Whom Issu< d No. Amount For What Purpose 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



9 Colo. & So. Ry. Co. 

9 F. W. Gross 

9 W. Dearden 



.6378 
.6379 
.C380 



9 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co..63Sl 

9 Randall Priest 6382 

9 Colo. Telephone Co 6383 

9 Byer's Studio 6384 

Jan. 20 John Gregory 6385 

May 12 R. O. Fairfax G:JS6 

May 12 Col. J. Elmer Johnston 6387 

June 7 Colo. & Southern Ry. Co.... 6388 

July 20 Dan Keleher 63S9 

July 20 Randall Priest 6390 

1906 

Jan. 22 Harrv Gale 6391 



June 23 H. M. Libbey... 

Aug. 16 Ed. Arnold 

Aug. 22 Geo. L. Greer... 

Aug. 22 Geo. L. Greer. . . 

Aug. 22 Geo. L. Greer... 

Aug. 22 Geo. L. Greer... 

Sept. 7 -Geo. H. Libbey 



.6392 
.6393 
.6394 
.6395 
.6396 
.6397 
.639S 



Sept. 7 *Denver Omnibus & Cab Co.. 6399 

Oct. 8 S. L. Chase 6400 

Oct. 12 Bulkeley Wells 6401 

Oct. 12 Jas. Boldauf 6402 

Oct. 16 Frank Hossack 6403 

Oct. 16 PI. P. Spurlock 6404 

Oct. 16 Andy Wiseman 6405 

Oct. 16 Fay Gorham 6406 

Oct. 16 F. G. Olwin 6407 

Oct. 16 C. W. Howback 6408 

Oct. 16 J. L. McHattan 6409 

Oct. 16 C. W. Wolfenberger G410 

Oct. 16 Thomas lies 6411 

Oct. 16 A. H. Adams 6412 

Oct. 16 Geo. F. Bloomfield 6413 



17.64 Freight charges 

40.00 Expenses 

2.30 Drugs 

186.00 Horse hire 

9.00 Hauling 

2.35 Telephone 

9.50 Photograph 

146.00 Plorse hire 

24.90 Freighting 

362.46 Services 

114.68 Transportation 

15.00 Colt revolver 

18.00 Winchester rifle 

17.00 Gun 

234.62 Services 

68.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

46.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

90.00 Horse hire 

116.00 Horse hire 

406.00 Horse hire 

34.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Assigned certificate 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

240.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

240.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

360.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



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STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 

YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1906— Continued. 
Date 
1906 To Whom Issued No. Amount For What Purpose 



Oct. 16 Emmit Williams 6414 

Oct. 16- Lige Salman 6415 

Oct. 16 F. N. JoHautzen 6416 

Oct. 16 F. A. Nichols 6417 

Oct. 16 Jim Henry 6418 

Oct. 16 Albert Godfritzer 6419 

Oct. 16 William Wear 6420 

Oct. 16 S. E. Wolcott 6421 

Oct. 16 S. E. Moyle 6422 

Oct. 16 E. Martin 6423 

Oct. 16 E. J. Paxman 6424 

Oct. 16 H. S. Harp 6425 

Oct. 16 H. F. Keel 6426 

Oct. 16 Jim Kilduff 6427 

Oct. 16 Buster Rector 6428 

Oct. 16 M. O. Walden 6429 

Oct. 16 Geo. E. Aicher 6430 

Oct. 16 R. A. Went 6431 

Oct. 16 W. F. Steel 6432 

Oct. 16 Ernest Oldland 6433 

Oct. 16 Jas. Boldauf 6434 

Oct. 16 Frank Hossack 6435 

Oct. 16 H. P. Spurlock 6436 

Oct. 16 Andy Wiseman 6437 

Oct. 16 Fay Gorham 6438 

Oct. 16 C. W. Howback 6439 

Oct. 16 J. L. McHattan 6440 

Oct. 16 C. W. Wolfenberger 6441 

Oct. 16 Thomas lies 6442 

Oct. 16 A. H. Adams 6443 

Oct. 16 Geo. E. Bloomfield 6444 

Oct. 16 Emmit Williams 6445 

Oct. 16 Ernest Oldland 6446 

Oct. 16 Lige Salman 6447 

Oct. 16 F. N. JoHautzen 6448 

Oct. 16 F. A. Nichols 6449 

Oct. 16 Albert Godfritzer 6450 



60.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

180.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

42.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

150.00 Horse hire 

38.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

150.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

196.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

38.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 



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STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 
\RS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 190G— Continued 

1906 To Whom Issued No. 

Oct. 16 Willie Wear 6451 

Oct. 16 S. E. Wolcott 6452 

Oct. 16 S. E. Moyle 6453 

Oct. 16 E. Martin 6454 

Oct. 16 E. J. Paxman 

Oct. 16 H. S. Harp 6456 

Oct. 16 H. F. Keel 6457 

Oct. 16 James Kilduff '. 6458 

Oct. 16 Buster Rector 6459 

Oct. 16 M. O. Walden 6460 

Oct. 16 Geo. E. Aichet 6461 

Oct. 16 R. A. Went 6-162 

Oct. 16 W. F. Steel 6463 

Oct. 16 T. G. Olwin 6464 

Oct. 16 H. P. Spurlock 6465 

Oct. 16 J. L. McHatton 6466 

Oct. 16 Thomas lies 6467 

Oct. 16 Geo. F. Bloomfield 6468 

Oct. 16 Emmit Williams 6469 

Oct. 16 Ernest Oldland 6470 

Oct. 16 Lige Salman 6471 

Oct. 16 F. N. JoHautzen 6472 

Oct. 16 Albert Suter 6473 

Oct. 16 S. E. Moyle 6474 

Oct. 16 Geo. E. Aicher 6475 

Oct. 16 T. G. Olwin 6476 

Oct. 16 R. A. Went 6477 

Oct. 16 C. W. Howback.. 647S 

Oct. 16 Chas. Graves 6479 

Oct. 16 G. W. Stone 6480 

Oct. 16 G. M. Lord 64S1 

Oct. 16 Vern Berdick 6482 

Oct. 16 A. L. Ellison 6483 

Oct. 16 M. O. Walden 6484 

Oct. 16 H. P. Spurlock 64S5 

Oct. 16 B. L. Nichols 



Amount For What Purpose 

8.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

180.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

30.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

49.00 • Horse hire 

3.00 Horse hire 

6.00 Horse hire 

46.00 Horse hire 

3.00 Horse hire 

3.00 Horse hire 

6.00 Horse hire 

46.00 Horse hire 

23.00 Horse hire 

29.00 Horse hire 

23.00 Horse hire 

23.00 Horse hire 

3.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

120.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

200.00 Horse hire 

160.00 Horse hire 

SO. 00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS FOR TWO 

YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1906— Concluded. 
Date 
1906 To Whom Issued No. 



Oct. 16 J. H. Colthorp 6487 

Oct. 16 Albert Suter 6488 

Oct. 16 Chas. Bloomfield 6489 

Oct. 16 R. Oldland 6490 

Oct. 16 T. G. Olwin 6491 

Oct. 16 A. H. Adams 6492 

Oct. 16 C. R. Leman 6493 

Oct. 16 R. A. Went 6494 

Oct. 16 O. P. Y. Burch 6495 

Oct. 16 Peter Colvin 6496 

Oct. 16 R. L. Hendrum 6497 

Oct. 16 Chas. Trew 6498 

Oct. 16 R. L. Hendrum 6499 

Oct. 16 Geo. Hooper 6500 

Oct. 16 W. G. Shoup 6501 

Oct. 16 Chas. True or B. Wells 6502 

Oct. 16 Andy Wiseman 6503 

Oct. 16 John Crook 6504 

Nov. 9 *Denver City Troop 6505 

Nov. 9 *W. A. Spangler 6506 

Nov. 9 *Martha B. Pike 6507 

Nov. 9 *J. W. Lane 6508 

Nov. 9 *J. P. Wilcox 6509 

Nov. 9 *E. O. Russell 6510 

Nov. 9 *K. E. Linderfelt 6511 

Nov. 9 *R. W. McLeod 6512 



Amount For What Purpose 

40.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 



Horse hire 
Horse hire 
Horse hire 
Horse hire 
Horse hire 
Horse hire 
Horse hire 



80.00 

200.00 

40.00 

40.00 

40.00 

40.00 

40.00 

40.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

60.00 Horse hire 

8.00 Horse hire 

160.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

80.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

40.00 Horse hire 

1,508.00 Horse hire 

232.00 Horse hire 

522.00 Horse hire 

58.00 Horse hire 

58.00 Horse hire 

58.00.. Horse hire 

116.00 Horse hire 

58.00 Horse hire 



Total $ 20,073.36 

*Issued in lieu of Certificate No. 4964. 

Certificates 6401 to 6504, inclusive, are issued in lieu of Certificates 4963, 
5297, 5551 and 5914. 



. s BIENNIAL REPORT 

OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS NOVEMBER 30, 1906. 

Fugitive Apprehension Fund $ 1,108.93 

Land Commissioner's Fund 22.00 

Penitentiary Fund 200.10 

Printing Fund 1,759.24 

Insane Asylum Cottage 1,627.15 

Ute Indian War expense 10.50 

Leadville Riots Fund 136.69 

Dairy Commissioner's Fund 270.00 

Stock Indemnity Fund 348.00 

Railroad Commissioner's Fund 1,720.00 

Coal Mine Inspector's Fund S34.17 

Supreme Court Docket Fund 400.00 

Cripple Creek Riots Fund 277.91 

Judge Criminal Court Salary 1,211.08 

Court of Inquiry Fund 54.55 

Game and Fish Wardens Deputies Fund 916.65 

Inspector Metalliferous Mines Assistant Mileage 151.80 

State Board of Medical Examiner's Fund 1.867.00 

Lake City Riots Fund 8,761.57 

Ute War Claim Fund 133.82 

Cripple Creek District Riots Fund 411,778.99 

Telluride District Riots Fund 200,340.47 

Trinidad District Riots Fund 114.067. SI 

Colorado City Riots Fund 22.7S8.96 

Total $770,787.41 

STATEMENT. 

SHOWING REDEMPTION AND OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES OF IN- 
DEBTEDNESS FOR THE TWO FISCAL TEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 
30, 1906. 

Certificates of indebtedness outstanding November 30, 1904 $761,514.33 

Certificates of indebtedness issued during two years ending 

November 30, 1906 20.073.3*3 

Certificates of indebtedness cancelled during two vears ending 

November 30, 1906 $ 10,800.28 

Certificates of indebtedness outstanding November 30, 1906 — 770.787.41 

$781,587.69 $781,587.69 



STATEMENTS 



SHOWING 

Delinquent Tax Levy Balances Due the State from the Several 
Counties, on All Funds, June 30, 1906. 

Additional Assessments and Increases on Tax Levies of All Funds 
for Two Years ending June 30, 1906, as Reported on County 
Clerks' Semi-Annual Statements. 

Rebates, Decreases in Assessment, and Taxes Declared Unavailable 
on Tax Levies of All Funds, for Two Years Ending June 30, 
1906, as Reported on County Clerks' Semi-Annual Statements. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING DELINQUENT TAX LEVY BALANCES DUE THE STATE PROM THE SEVERAL COUNTIES ON ALL FUNDS li I 



■- Bond* Ron.1* Sinkinn u ■ 



1.609.H 



1.171.69 fl,387.47,i.(C 


















1 



SHOWING THE ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND 
Agricultural 



STATEMENT 

TAX LEVIES OF ALL FUNDS FOR TWO YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 






REPORTED ON COUNTY CLERKS' SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT 
ton Capitol Bi Ing BpanlBb 






' 



I 



DECREASES IN 



C «e orMlm 



STATEMENT 

AND TAXES DECLARED UNAVAILABLE ON TAX LEVIES OF ALL FUNDS FOR TWO YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1906, AS REPORTED ON COUNTY CLERKS' SEMI ANNUAL STATEMENTS 






»(.« (0 1769 .71 



i 



AMOUNT 

Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1905, 
Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1906. 






AMOUNT OHABGBD BACH COUNTY FOB STATE TAXES FOB THE YEAH 1906. 















• 












■ 


















1 



















AUorXT CHAliCEIl EACH COI'XTY KOI! STATE TAXES roll THE VEAII llior.. 



ASSESSMENTS. 



Statement Showing Apportionment of Public School Income Fund for 
the Years 1905 and 1906. 

Abstracts of Assessment, showing Increase and Decrease. 

Abstract Assessments 1905 and 1906. 

Recapitulation of same. 

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



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 85 



APPORTIONMENT PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME. 

1905. 1906. 

January. July. January. July. 

Adams $ 1,272.27 $ 733.97 $ 1,185.28 $ 1,080.85 

Arapahoe 1.239.96 647.53 1,044.81 1,011.68 

Archuleta 784.82 378.85 628.73 597.82 

Baca 213.34 104.76 169.59 136.65 

Bent 843.25 455.12 703.72 640.75 

Boulder 6,201.78 3,303.61 5,304.61 4,944.93 

Chaffee. 1,640.54 883.09 1,45.9.81 1,191.79 

Cheyenne 142.90 64.26 102.70 120.84 

Clear Creek 1,516.95 773.56 1,248.89 1,042.18 

Conejos 3,054.04 1.544.11 2,474.78 1,912.29 

Costilla 1,313.07 658.76 1,038.88 900.67 

Custer 665.03 312.6S 510.52 415.26 

Delta 2,319.15 1,319.09 2,125.24 1,860.48 

Denver 36,425.09 19,978.53 32,492.27 28,535.29 

Dolores 113.89 54.56 85.S7 84.96 

Doug-las 723.16- 319.08 564.1S 481.82 

Eagle 59S.44 306.05 493.52 446.70 

Elbert 869.09 44S.45 727.04 662.82 

El Paso 8,457.24 4,393.16 7,020.94 6,033.85 

Fremont 4,074.30 2,184.90 3,461.42 3,084.97 

Garfield 1,705.56 912.36 1,486.83 1,248.12 

Gilpin 1,416.87 705.08 1,150.20 923.11 

Grand 239.99 87.06 193.56 202.13 

Gunnison 1,099.25 57S.75 975.74 802.86 

Hinsdale 224.41 93.03 166.40 122.11 

Huerfano 2,848.84 1,530.87 2,446.74 2,123.40 

Jefferson 2,795.56 1,446.49 2,473.02 2,241.97 

Kiowa 140.29 55.87 79.55 105.15 

Kit Carson 478.47 253.50 342.18 461.88 

Lake 2,450.39 1,213.50 1,972.41 1,693.21 

La Plata 2,330.60 1,158.21 1,914.67 1,724.44 

Larimer 5,050.64 2,822.72 4,527.39 4,543.86 

Las Animas 6,359.92 3,662.15 5,956.90 5,281.18 

Lincoln 270.08 144.71 224.16 249.36 

Logan S91.67 451.45 687.25 728.90 

Mesa 3,325.60 1,943.99 3,121.23 2,933.49 

Mineral 263.33 173.65 262.52 235.43 

Montezuma 772.65 436.35 685.68 631.14 



86 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



APPORTIONMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME-Concluded. 

' Mlrose l .*» 1,43 h2 A5.% 

- an 1*132.87 628.11 1,022.31 1,051.49 

° tero 3.536.09 1,929.16 3,158.88 2,968.94 

° Uray 8*.* 414.1s 643.16 617.45 

Park 563 -5-l 271.98 3 4 5. ss 

Philli P s «0.20 232.06 355.05 344.91 

Pitkin 1-24.64 702.88 1.155.93 1,001.31 

Prowers 1,434.49 827.90 1,330.61 

Puebl ° 11,924.03 6,447.1:; 10,37 

Rio Blanco 4S0.95 247.86 3^79 

Rio Grande 1,301.25 692.59 1,119.37 1,062.40 

Routt 1-235.27 606.06 983.50 

Saguache 1,053.95 524.83 850.75 693.Su 

San Juan 312.54 179.3S 278.11 269.29 

San Miguel 699.66 370.39 580.20 531.33 

Sedgwick 327.49 128.44 233.66 

Summit 374.54 179.30 269.17 277.16 

Teller 3,980.14 2.210.16 3.510.49 

Washington 462.28 261. 7" 447:, 401.52 

WeId 5,314.70 2,9i" 4.573.3T 

Yuma 1.177.75 633.63 i ffl 

Normal School 411.61 309.9S 443.67 361.35 

Total $144,825.96 J 78, 122.41 100.67 .$11: i 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 87 

ADAMS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of "Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 87,740 $ 1,848,587.00 107,792 $ 1,891,240.00 

Acres of grazing land 437,206 407,560.00 376,280 478,725.00 



Acres of coal land 2,625 4,570.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 






Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 12,640 

Sheep 24,326 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Improvements on Tands and the 

kind of land thereof 650,865.00 597,720.00 

Improvements on public land«... .. — 1,130.00 

Town and city lots 26,548 315,085.00 41,740 287,695.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 101,830.00 121,635.00 



117.71 


1,094,285.00 


117.71 


1,052,299.00 




21,535.00 




24,075.00 


117.71 


11,835.00 


558.43 


12,048.00 


81. 


12,042.00 


470.16 


15,831.00 




150,035.00 




170.670.00 


3,794 


112,150.00 


3,661 


111,320.00 


151 


6,255.00 


194 
14,273 


5,165.00 


12,640 


191,795.00 


142,900.00 


24,326 


48,865.00 


22,600 


33,945.00 


1,887 


7,645.00 


4,563 


17,245.00 




5,555.00 


2,240.00 


165 


7,915.00 


197 


8,495.00 


71 


715.00 




1,020.00 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 510.00 675.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 1,350.00 450.00 



88 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ADAMS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1906 1906 



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


No. of 


Valuation 
15,605.00 


No. of 


Valuation 
10.S70.00 


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




5,000.00 






Average cash value bank de- " 


} 


7,270.00 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 


5,900.00 


Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 


1,622 


35,190.00 


1,823 


39,150.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




485.00 




44,980.00 
















5,260.00 




4,490.00 
45.430 00 






46,135.00 




Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




10,000.00 






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




1,050.00 


_ 


1,070.00 


Total 






55,152,283.00 


Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitu- 
tional amendment of 1904 




5,134,109.00 




135,190.00 










$5,017,093.00 


Number of militarv noils 


7S2 




S71 





AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 89 

ARAPAHOE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 40,085 

Acres of grazing land 326,180 

Acres of coal land .....' 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
and kind thereof 



3 
Valuation 


1906 
No. of "Valuation 


$ 1,617,615.00 


36,000 $ 1,251,190.00 


406,750.00 


326,180 361,830.00 



Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 286,820.00 267,440.00 

Improvements on public lands 835.00 4,345.00 

Town and city lots 59,242 767,505.00 60,302 934,015.00 

Improvements on town and city- 
lots 223,955.00 286,370.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization 93.68 831,843.00 93.68 808,301.00 

Other railroad property 18,922.00 20,263.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 11,237.00 547.68 11,237.00 

Miles of telephone lines 12,833.00 684.24 17,629.00 

Average value of merchandise 27,465.00 28,605.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 61,500.00 

Horses 2,726 86,430.00 3,079 98,290.00 

Mules 117 4,375.00 129 5,055.00 

Asses 

Cattle 12,242 187,720.00 13,154 193,755.00 

Sheep 24,410 44,420.00 26,761 40,155.00 

Swine 870 4,060.00 802 3,925.00 

Goats 

AH other animals 10 470.00 2 190.00 

Musical instruments 344 19,040.00 399 23,135.00 

Clocks and watches 305 3,060.00 315 3,340.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 1,975.00 1,010.00 



90 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ARAPAHOE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

Cash value promissory notes./' 35,290.00 34,775.00 
bonds, debentures, and all\ 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

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



Average cash value bank de- 
posits instate . 26,065.00 12,955.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 11,025.00 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,420 28,770.00 1,466 32,SS5.00 

Household proocrtv (over and 
above exemption) 78,255.00 01.330. 00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 10,040.00 11,095.00 

All other property r33.505.00 228,585.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 7,400.00 

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



Total $ 4,980,280.00 $ 4,840,605.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 150,510.00 183,015.00 



Total net assessment $ 4,829,770.00 $ 4,657,590.00 

Number of military polls 900 1,012 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 91 

ARCHULETA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 5,787 $ 28,935.00 6,959 $ 34,795.00 

Acres of grazing- land 154,000 192,500.00 168,314 132,314.00 

Acres of coal land 40 600.00 40 400.00 

Acres of timber owned separate 
from land 15,148.00 16,400.00 

Acres of other land and kind 
thereof, timber land 24,003 60,007.50 23,088 57,720.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, deeded 
land 22,842.75 33,840.50 

Improvements on public lands 
and leased lands 15,345.00 7,885.00 

Town and city lots, including 80 
acres Pagosa Hot Springs Co 67,869.00 67,568.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots and Hot Spgs ground 44,070.00 45,002.00 

Metalliferous minii.g claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Globe Express Co 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property, rolling 
stock 

Miles of telegraph lines. West- 
ern Union Telegraph Co 

Miles of telephone lines, Pagosa 
Spgs. Exchange 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1,829 

Mules 46 

Asses 94 

Cattle 6,895 

Sheep 93,115 

Swine 209 

Goats 2,201 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 61 

Clocks and watches 151 



3,lc5.00 




2,957.00 


306,450.00 


79.65 


272,500.00 


30,850.00 




30,850.00 


2.601.00 


60.00 


2,607.00 


600 00 






76,357.18 




51,787.00 


40,039.82 




35,900.00 


;!5,714.50 


1,372 


34,606.00 


1,532.00 


48 


1,525.00 


182 00 






•10,428.50 


6,739 


73,150.00 


141,312.00 


49,532 


72,298.00 


739.00 


155 


914.00 


2,201.00 






588 
65 


2,693.00 


4,605.00 


4,336.00 


951.00 


139 


1,013.00 



92 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ARCHULETA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 



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

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 indebted- 
ness 

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



No. of 



1905 



467 



Valuation 
95.00 

20,914.00 



8, 728. 50 

14,512.00 

225.00 

7,339.00 

15,551.44 



$ 1,222,400.19 



72,200.00 



$ 1,150,200.19 



No. of 



1906 



427 



Valuation 
104.00 

9,779.00 



8,599.00 

9,619.00 

100.00 

6,936.50 

12,555.35 



$ 1,030,753.35 



48,400.00 



982,353.35 



412 



294 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 93 

BACA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres ofgr azing land 295,541 $ 165,307.00 295,508 $ 206.7S5.00 



Acres of coal land 
Acres of oil land . . 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 



40,320.00 


2,254 


1,295.00 


61 


269,837.00 


25,579 


44,925.00 


32,850 


378.00 


155 


100.00 


23 


517.00 


39 


310.00 


93 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, grazing 22,342.00 20,905.00 

Improvements on public lands 4,921.00 5,046.00 

Town and city lots 1,000.00 1,028.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 1,847.00 2,465.00 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 7,525.00 9,450.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 3,024 40,320.00 2,254 34,785.00 

Mules 48 1,295.00 61 2,095.00 

Asses 

Cattle 26,120 269.S37.00 25,579 250,773.00 

Sheep 29,950 44,925.00 32.850 49,276.00 

Swine 152 378.00 155 386.00 

Goats 

All other animals 12 100.00 23 394.00 

Musical instruments 40 517.00 39 607.00 

Clocks and watches 102 310.00 S3 236.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 15.00 



Amount of monev. credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced bv writing 14.276.00 12.659.00 



!»1 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BACA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE FEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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



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



Cash value of special privileg s 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 261 4,309.00 241 3,925.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 3,358.00 2,990.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 86.00 4,865.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total S 5S7.408.00 $ 608,670.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 £5,011.00 26,232.00 



Total net assessment $ 562,397.00 $ 5S2,43S.O0 

Number of military polls 217 201 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 95 

BENT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 38,583 

Acres of grazing lond 103,404 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



15 
Valuation 


No. of 


1906 

Valuation 


$ 388,100.00 


38,216 


$ 595,032.00 


110,834.00 


109,915 


146,161.00 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise .. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



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

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



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 40,787.00 43,315.00 

Improvements on public lands 8,545.00 9,260.00 

Town and city lots 62,042.00 62,577.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 87,845.00 90,090.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross outpat from metalliferous 
mining claims 



36.92 


546,416.00 


36.92 


516,880.00 




17,349.00 




10.278.00 




11,873.00 




11,873.00 




14,973.00 




17,763.00 




22,250.00 




22,075.00 


1,622 


35,698.00 


2,092 


45,443.00 


143 


3,250.00 


168 
7,835 


3,376.00 


8,550 


90,165.00 


83,084.00 


25,515 


43,460.00 


30,264 


51.599.00 


377 


838.00 


410 


921.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 25,515 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 13 860.00 12 710.00 

Clocks and watches 



!)('» BIENNIAL REPORT 

BENT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 



No 
('ash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 


. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 










Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 


















Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 


311 


3,557.00 


388 


4,825.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




7,515.00 




7,515.00 


Libraries 




1,485.00 




1,550.00 


Furniture and fixtures 










All other property 


3,745.00 


3,918.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 




23,104.00 




20,260.00 


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




5S2.00 











Total 




$ 1,525,273.00 


$ 1,748,505.00 


Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 




33,600.00 





38,400.00 


Total net assessment 




$ 1,491,673.00 


$ 1,710,105.00 


Number of militarv noils 


246 




302 





AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 97 

BOULDER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 96,495 $ 2,009,185.00 100,217 % 2,182,735.00 

Acres of grazing land ....". 117,119 308,500.00 113,715 313,185.00 

Acres of coal land 4,480 246,065.00 3,082 198,755.00 

Acres of land, reservoir and 
ditch 514 6,380.00 13,071 98,940.00 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, stone, precious 
mineral 10,616 194,885.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 844,465.00 



Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization 125.65 1,163,570.00 

Other property by state board 111,601.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

and m'f'g 413,000.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Improvements on public lands 32,500.00 975,245.00 

Town and city lots 1,376,125.00 1,494,885.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 2,648,955.00 2,910,965.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 548,490.00 525,890.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 406,490.00 475,580.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 



146.04 


1,218,552.00 




11,807.00 


163.00 


6,427.00 


4,245.11 


119,950.00 




527,815.00 


7,201 


244,950.00 


408 


15,680.00 



Horses 6,850 198,025.00 

Mules 357 11,070.00 

Asses 

Cattle 14,431 189,115.00 13,761 168,850.00 

Sheep 7,316 8,970.00 11,359 17,040.00 

Swine 1,331 6,375.00 1,539 5,645.00 

Bees (swarms) 4,717 9,430.00 4,097 4,105.00 

All other animals 67 4,210.00 88 2,280.00 

Musical instruments 1,010 67,375.00 1,271 82,850.00 

Clocks and watches 935 7,685.00 1,055 7,740.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 3,125.00 4,35500 



98 



BIENNIAL RE POUT 



BOULDER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



No. of 



1905 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
inn evidenced by writing, and 

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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Bicycles 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount p< rsonal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



Valuation 



251,590.00 



No. of 



1906 



Valuation 



83,120.00 







3,956 










3,442 


79,115.00 


82,900.00 




21,245.00 




435,770.00 


L43 


945.00 


145 


12,365.00 




105,440.00 




95,290.00 




86,060.00 




124,255.00 
159,110.00 




$ 11,359,9S6.00 




%. 12,607,036.00 






n^n 


626,655.00 










$ 11,359,986.00 


$ 11,980,381.00 


3.41") 




3,416 





AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



99 



CHAFF KK. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 10.374 

Acres of grazing- land 51,150 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, agr 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, graz 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining clairrws and 
placers, A% included 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property \ 

Miles of telegraph lines V. 

Miles of telephone lines ) 

Average value of merchandise. . -v 

Average amount of capital em- [ 
ployed in manufactures J 

Horses 1,665 

Mules _4 

Asses 

Cattle 4,010 

Sheep 40 

Swine 

Goats 5 

All other animals 21 

Musical instruments 350 

Clocks and watches 430 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other prec- 
ious stones 



FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 



Valuation 

% 181,710.00 
50,937.00 



1,350,607.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 



15,640 $ 164.390.00 
58,361 62,121.00 





180.330.00 ' ... 




Ki.145.00 


143.529.00 


14.220.00 


11,508.00 


379,572.00 


310,262.00 


457,065.00 


492,870.00 


L10.390.00 


111,109.00 


4."), 210.00 


35,267.00 



1,349,259.00 



100,980.00 




115.670.00 


34,515.00 


1.400 


30,001.00 


525.00 


30 


750.00 


40,100.00 


5,670 


51,030.00 


90.00 


10 


20.00 




450 


1.S00.00 


10.00 


50 




450.00 


576.00 


21.215.00 


320 


22.400.00 


4.300.00 


471 


1.710.00 


i. 060. oo 




1.000.00 



15,390.00 12,610.00 



MM) BIENNIAL REPORT 

CHAFFEE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

Cash value promissory notes, I 
bonds, debentures, and all other / 
written evidence of indebted- ! 
ness I 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state '. 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 940 17,145.00 910 18,200.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures, in mdse.. 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total 

Number of military polls 





153,000.00 
900.00 




110,300.00 
600.00 




46,250.00 
39,850.00 


74,010.00 
43.800.00 










$ 3,255,996.00 
198,390.00 




% 3,227,792.00 

165,901.00 


758 


% 3,057,606.00 


930 


I 3.061.891.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 101 

CHEYENNE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 593,334 $ 445,004.00 594,427 $ 594,427.00 

Acres of coal land 



Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 5,500.00 6,150.00 

Improvements on public lands 5,110.00 10,250.00 

Town and city lots 3,548.00 2,531 4,436.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 8,050.00 11,035.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned\ 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property \ 63.13 903,401.00 63.13 871,379.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 3,200.00 3,700.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 10,402 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 15 580.00 21 745.00 

Clocks and watches 43 301.00 43 325.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other prec- 
ious stones 

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



1,017 


10,170.00 


893 


10,020.00 


19 


285.00 


34 
5,819 


510.00 


7,249 


72,512.00 


58,730.00 


10,402 


15,603.00 


5,750 


8,625.00 


32 


96.00 


59 


177.00 



102 BIBNNIAL REPORT 

CHEYENNE -Conclnded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE TEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1906 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 

bo* ires, and all other 

written evidence of indebted- 



cash value of special privih - 
and franchises not included in 

r items 

Average cash value hank depi 
its in state 

Average cash value hank depos- 
its out of stat.- 



carriages and vehii ery 
description Ill 1,665.00 178 

Household property (over and 
above exemption! 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
hank : 

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



Total 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 





2,000.00 



Total net assessment I 14", $ 1.585.919.00 

Number of military polls 133 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



L03 



CLEAR CREEK. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190( 

aluation 
53,000.00 



1905 
No. of V; 



1906 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land ) 

[ 24,794 
Acres of grazing- land ) 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on lands and the \ 
kind thereof / 

Improvements on public lands... ) 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 25.77 

Other railroad property 25.77 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses G50 

Mules 12 

Asses 70 

Cattle 700 

Sheep 

Swine , 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other prec- 
ious stones 

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



25,114 $ GO. 000.00 













11,000.00 • 


8,725.00 


,041,350.00 




510,127.00 
424,913.00 


717,964.00 




655,308.00 


310,000.00 




291,600.00 


83,550.00 





105,342.00 


283,470.00 


25.77 


339,657.00 


1,546.00 




1,546.00 


3,092.00 


29.00 


3,092.00 


14,961.(M) 


737.41 


16,019.00 


130,700.00 




95,000.00 
6 000.00 


16,000.00 


612 


15,865.00 


300.00 


9 


230.00 


700.00 


81 


810.00 


11,000.00 


800 


11,125.00 




145 


7 000 00 




158 


1 260 00 






1,555 00 







I'M BIENNIAL REPORT 

CLEAR CREEK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 



No. of 
Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 


Valuation 


No. of 

330 


Valuation 


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






Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 




2,315.00 


Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 




Carriages and vehicles of every 
scription 




7,920.00 

187,740.00 

1,040.00 

14,175.00 

1,500.00 

51,340.00 


Household property (over and 
above exemption) 




Libraries 




Furniture and fixtures 




All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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


2,500.00 
52,500.00 








Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 


$ 2,733,633.00 
5,000.00 




$ 2,821,204.00 
197,740.00 


Total net assessment 

Number of militarv noils 300 


$ 2,728,633.00 


500 


$ 2,623,464.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 105 

CONEJOS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 96,723 $ 619,870.00 104,237 § 778,798.00 

Acres of grazing land 161,784 202,230.00 150,880 236,320.00 

Acres of state land 11,892 13,257.00 10,970 31,552.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 146,069.00 122,263.00 

Improvements on public lands 9,487.00 7,354.00 

Town and city lots 102,442.00 107,661.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 187,384.00 194,580.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 12,145.00 15,075.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 6,530.00 6,560.00 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 73.85 486,350.00 77.80 510,050.00 

Other railroad property 5,346.00 8,725.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 8,858.00 213.00 8,798.00 

Miles of telephone lines 22,861.00 646.36 24,004.00 

Average value of merchandise 86,830.00 92,795.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 2,887 52,503.00 2,707 46,358.00 

Mules 105 1,352.00 58 1,397.00 

Asses 

Cattle 8,920 86,020.00 7,447 80,059.00 

Sheep 36,187 46,718.00 39,076 58,871.00 

Swine 318 929.00 459 1,451.00 

Goats 

All other animals 165 386.00 457.00 

Musical instruments 182 5,893.00 149 6,009.00 

Clocks and watches 200 1,273.00 154 904.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 625.00 1,045.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 11,500.00 17,207.00 



L06 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CONEJO&— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE FEARS L905 AND 1906. 



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

dness 

Cash value of special privileges 

and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value haul; de- 
posits in state 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 1,110 19,189.00 1,088 ".",8.00 

Household propert y 7.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures _14.00 

All other property 21,90 m'4.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Stock or shares in any corpor- 
ation doing business in the 
state 400.00 '200.00 



Total $ 2,176.350.00 J 2. 143,689.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitution- 
al amendment of 1904 129.730.00 542.00 



Total net assessment $ 2.046,614.<X> I 2,321,247.00 

Number of military polls 1,419 1,090 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



107 






COSTILLA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YE 

1905 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 125,782 $ 321,466.00 

Acres of grazing- land 67,563 119,305.00 

Acres of desert and mountain 

lands 767,685 79.970.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof 1,106.24 4.212.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 63,457.00 

Improvements on public lands 1,235.00 

Town and city lots 18,250.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 38.690.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 1,179 20,664.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by State Board of Equalization ?5.55 548,050.00 

Other railroad property 234.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 75.58 7,927.00 

Miles of telephone lines 7,758.00 

Average value of merchandise 25,835.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 26,200.00 

Horses 1,754 30,089.00 

Mules 90 1.815.00 

Asses 32 120.00 

Cattle 8,103 91,586.00 

Sheep 18.800 23,603.00 

Swine 229 845.00 

Goats 1,837 2.235.00 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 1,594.00 

Clocks and watches 709.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 5.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 5,742.00 



rs 1905 and 1908. 

1906 
No. of Valuation 

126,140 $ 354,652.00 

67,561 54,591.00 

767,685 115,152.00 

. 1,106.24 4.212.00 

43,779.00 

1,850.00 

18,140.00 

36,100.00 

1,179 20,664.00 

75.5:. 548,050.00 

234.00 

198.00 7,927.00 

196.94 7,752.00 

27.155.00 

34,900.00 

1,790 35.396.00 

69 1.562.00 

10,074 110,181.00 

20,966 26,203.00 

407 1.115.00 

1,891 2,386.00 

4 32.00 

2.177.00 

.708.00 

109.00 

1,070.00 



108 BIENNIAL REPORT 

COSTILLA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1005 AND 190G. 



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

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
items 

Average cash value bank deposits 
in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 12,184.00 13,602.00 

Household property 11,385.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 29,114.00 21.911.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Total $ 1,494,279.00 $ 1,491,610.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 65,731.00 58,876.00 



Total net assessment $ 1,428,548.00 $ 1,432,734.00 

Number of military polls 614 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



109 



CUSTER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Globe Express Co 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

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

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



1905 
No. of Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


14,001 $ 


129,630.00 


13,696 $ 


123,150.00 


88,335 


125,695.00 


90,173 


131,720.00 




102,435.00 




90,800.00 




10,720.00 




8,060.00 




22,975.00 




22,675.00 




50,445.00 




48,605.00 


2,896 


29,990.00 


3,034 


31,430.00 




45,840.00 




85,840.00 




13,150.00 




2,170.00 


12.89 


77,340.00 


12.90 


77,400.00' 




19,335.00 




19,350.00 


12.89 


1,520.00 


12.90 


1,520.00 




6,569.00 


210.00 


6,799.00 




17,570.00 




13,175.00 




645.00 




645.00 


1,049 


20,065.00 


1,442 


28,095.00 


12 


260.00 


16 
9,201 


350.00 


9,167 


92,470.00 


74,315.00' 


10 


20.00 


453 


610.00 


49 


140.00 


125 


350.00 


29 


2,010.00 


57 


2,590.00 


13 


250.00 


18 


370.00 




30,940.00 




14,775.00 



1 1<) BIENNIAL BEPORT 

CUSTER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOB THE YEARS 1905 AND L906. 



L906 1906 

No. of Valuation No of Valuation 



Cash value promissorj ootes, 
i)oiids, debentures,- and all other 
written evidences of Indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 

other items 

Average casta value bank depos- 
its in sta te 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out Of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 



Total 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Bank stock or shares in any hank 25. (X) 

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



242 4.835.00 521 9.910.00 

90. (mi 28,130.00 



5,845.00 



831,489.00 



57.760.00 



Total net assessment $ S10.809.00 

Number of military polls 853 



280 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. Ill 

DELTA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





1905 
No. of Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


56,177 $ 


743,022.00 


75,080 $ 


771,737.00' 


Acres of grazing land 


68,946 


86,182.00 


53,931 


67,413.00 


Acres of coal land 


4,083 


81,660.00 


4,848 


96,960.00 












Acres of other mineral land 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural lands 


240,271.00 


253,780.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




2,200.00 




2,930.00 


Town and city lots 




160,235.00 




166.930.00 


Improvements on town and 




342,235.00 




327,040.00 












Improvements on metalliferous 










Gross output from metallifer- 










ous mining claims 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 


71.25 


473.400.00 


71.25 


173,400.00 


Other railroad property, ex- 
press company 




3,562.00 




3.562.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


71.25 


7,921.00 


71.25 


7,921 .CO 


Miles of telephone lines 


245.70 


27,152.00 


952.14 


31,772.00 


Average value of merchandise. . 




146,905.00 




113.910.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufacture 




17.500.00 




19,890.00 




3,043 


80,355.00 


3,684 


106,100 00 


Mules 


97 


3.095.00 


75 ' 


2,775.00 




19,757 




17,993 




Cattle 


205,793.00 


156,883.00 


Sheep 


11,080 


17,030.00 


13,504 


21,075.00 


Swine 


919 
34 


2,928.00 


877 
45 


2,561.00 


Goats 




All other animals 


160.00 


155.00 




187 


15,495 00 


197 


13,270.00 
440.00 


Clocks and watches 


40 


410.00 


46 


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




145.00 




60.00 



1 12 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DELTA- -Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FO'd THE TEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 L906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 1.070.00 

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



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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,032 23,385.00 1,074 24,185.00 

Household property 6,815.00 4,350.00 

Bees 3,040 6,117.00 2.571 2,571.00 

Furniture and fixtures 14,440.00 14,040.00 

All other property 25,067.00 30,744.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 39,350.00 56,641.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 3,500.00 5,600.00 



Total $ 2,777,400.00 $ 2,810,000.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 75,400.00 96,200.00 



Total net assessment $ 2,702,000.00 $ 2,713,800.00 

Number of military polls 869 1.112 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 113 

DENVER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 
Acres of grazing land — 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof $55,552,650.00 $ ?,510,63O.O0 

Improvements on lands andv 
the kind thereof \ 330 1,420,890.00 

Improvements on public lands I 

Town and city lots 202,516 52,511,455.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 39,100 32,350,730.00 41,612 33,2S4,620.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles' of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 11,556 

Clocks and watches 

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

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



66.48 


648,S76.00 


68.58 


676,240.00 




14,534.00 




11,545.00 




10,30S.OO 


504.35 


14,212.00 




745,157.00 


34,035.11 


765,646.00 




7,740,585.00 




7,563,830.00 


9,091 


354,970.00 


8,529 


370,125.00 


131 


4,090.00 


95 
3,803 


3,735.00 


4.261 


111,295.00 


104,955.00 


415 


1,115.00 


418 


1,060.00 


51 


225.00 


331 
39 


1,600.00 


126 


1,035.00 


580.00 


11,556 


1,030,725.00 


11,531 


1,005,415.00 


9,691 


188,425.00 


8,413 


159,375.00 




317,170.00 




302,145.00 




2,776,185.00 




2,600,260.00 



1 1 4 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DENVER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF CHE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND L906. 

1905 1906 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Cash value promissory notes. 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of In- 
debtedness . 40.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 29,260.00 



Average cash value bank de- 
s in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description, auto and bik 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora 

tion doing business in the state 



Total 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 2904 



11,847 


179,52 


9,971 522,? 




1,222 ' 


5,07 


f 


2,477 ! 


73,440.00 




. 







2,868,030.00 


2,608,610.00 




68,605.00 







$118,353,935.00 


S119.414.79S.00 




3,015,015.00 


3,687,725.00 



Total net assessment $115,338,920.00 $115,757,073.00 

Number of military polls 40.494 12.126 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



115 



DOLORES. 



ABSTRACTS <>F THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YE 

1905 
No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 548 $ 

Acres of grazing land 3,831 

Acres of coal land 593 

Acres of bind, timber 6,861 

Acres of other mireral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural 

Improvements on public; lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims, out- 
put 9.850 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 39.500 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 22.07 

Other railroad property, Globe 
Express Co., 17.70 m 

Miles of telegraph lines, West- 
ern Union 

Miles of telephone lines. 16 value 
3.20 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 259 

Mules 35 

Asses 39 

Cattle 1.821 

Sheep 9 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 27 

Clocks and watches 36 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 



\RS 1905 AND 100G. 



Valuation 


1906 
No. of V 


iluation 


> 3,288.00 


486 $ 


2, 91 6. On 


4,780.00 


4,213 


5,268.00 


5,930.00 


592 


5,930.00 


17,151.00 


4,466 


11,166.00 


3,550 00 




3,525.00 


6,800.00 




3,990.00 


71,363.00 




67,335.00 


67,555.00 




61,985.00 


94,412.00 




5>9,36O.O0 


36,337.00 




33,231.00 


110.350.00 


22.07 


110,350.00 


885 




885.00 


2,138.00 


35.00 


2,139.00 


14,100.00 




12,200.00 


24,000.00 




23,500.00 


6,184.00 


292 


6,423.00 


875.00 


21 


505.00 


195.00 


60 


300.00 


22,334.00 


2,194 


26,728.00 


22.00 


10 


24;00 


1,410.00 


24 


1,270.00 


350.00 


32 


323.00 






100.00 



116 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DOLORES— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YFARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

Xo. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 2,650.00 2,600.00 

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

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



i 



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



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of -jtate 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 71 1,710.00 69 1,675.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



5,130.00 5,155.00 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

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



Total S 508,599.00 % 483,853-00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 190 154 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



117 



DOUGLAS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 



1905 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

360,820 
Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land andl 

kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands — 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned by \ 
State Board of Equalization J 

Other railroad property. 

Miles of telegraph lines. 

Miles of telephone lines. 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 2,388 

Mules 32 

Asses 

Cattle 16,244 

Sheep 

Swine 493 

Goats 

All other animals 1 

Musical instruments 128 

Clocks and watches 56 

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

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



670,710.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 



361,151 $ 661,977.00 



298,320.00 




295,985.00 


990.00 




915.00 


98,035.00 




98,070.00 


57,345.00 




61,960.00 


» 


121.33 


1,392,157.00 


1,509,488.00 




27,908.00 




1,352.97 


25,988.00 




1,393.85 


22,385.00 


19,690.00 




19,125.00 


4,100.00 




6,900.00 


61,400.00 


2,304 


58,950.00 


1,220.00 


32 

15,594 

435 

8 


1,035.00 


194,770.00 


184,510.00 


2,365.00 


2,160.00 


5.00 


505.00 


4,635.00 


S9 


4,480.00 


580.00 


58 


630.00 


100.00 




100.00 


9,625.00 







1 1> BIENNIAL REPORT 

DOUGLAS Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE FEARS 1 V M > T> AND , 1906. 

1905 
No. of Valuation No ol Valuation 

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

3S 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 

other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any hank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 























S9S 


14.370.00 
21,510.00 


17,745.00 




E 230.00 

2. :;::.. a i 


39.445.00 




13.605.00 




$ 3,026.863.00 
64,685 




$ 2.959.140.00 


"401 


$ 2,962,17S.OO 


'423 


| 2.SS2.S30.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 119 

EAGLE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





1905 
No. of V 


aluation 


1906 
No. of V 


aluation 


Acres of agricultural land 


14.793 $ 


165,611.00 


15.S17 $ 


178,201.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


47,770 


78,2 - 


47.151 


77,632.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 










Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




785.00 




56,265.00 


Improvements on. public lands 




7.925.00 




9,545.00 


Town and city lots 




30,07" 




32.928.00 


Improvements on town and citv 
lots 




74.740.00 




81,748.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 




■" 775.00 




92.002. 0o 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




27.140.00 




26.005.00 


Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 




S. 731.00 




24,890.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned by 
State Board of Equalization 


87.54 


939,977.00 


87.53 


939.977. 00 






24 994.00 




21 121 00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




10,216.00 




10,217.00 


Miles of telephone lines 




11.496.00 




13.909.00 


Average value of merchandise... 




32,500.00 




31.910.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 










2.105 


57,773.00 


2.132 




Mules 


9 




7 


160.00 




15,581 




18,714 




Cattle 


134,744.00 


164,690.00 


Sheep 


22.0S1 


33.210.00 


14.720 


22.0S5.00 


Swine 


255 




272 


970.00 


Goats 


165 




50 




All other animals 


168.00 


75.00 


Musical instruments 


125 


v 260.00 


110 


8,005.00 


Clocks and watches 


190 


1.549.00 


162 


1.280.00 


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




' 







L20 BIENNIAL REPORT 

EAGLE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts ) 

Cash value promissory notes,/ 7,200.00 10,485.00 
bonds, debentures, and all other \ 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 388 7,265.00 521 9,030.00 

Household property 21,250.00 22,235.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 18,905.00 18,140.00 

Bank stock or shares in any bank 

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



Total $ 1,844,757.00 $ 1,914,300.00 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 71.930.00 68,495.00 



Total net assessment $ 1,772,827.00 $ 1,845,805.00 

Number of military polls 561 489 



AFD1T0R OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



121 



ELBERT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





No. of 


1905 

Valuation 


1906 
No. of V 


aluation 


Acres of agricultural land 


23,300 


$ 43,699.00 


23,300 $ 


95,970.00 


Acres of grazing - land . . . 


678,583 


678,583.00 


638,905 


798,621.00 


Acres of coal land 
















Acres of other mineral land and 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


84,192.00 


98,165.00 


Improvements on public lands... 




2,400.00 




3,610.00 


Town lots 




6,480.00 




6,110.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




22,720.00 




24.420.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 












Gross output from metalliferous 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 




1,016,117.00 


83.18 


994,797.00 


Other railroad property 




31,049.00 




24,715.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 






394.08 


11,375.00 


Miles of telephone lines 








2,820.00 


Average value of merchandise.. 




16,600.00 




18,850.00 


Average amount of capital em- 










ployed in manufactures 










Horses 


1,990 


67,070.00 


1,977 


67,580-00 


Mules 


55 


2,680.00 


53 


2,730.00 


Asses 


17,054 




14,311 




Cattle 


192,860.00 


172,090.00 


Sheep 


31,572 


48,375.00 


40,650 


78,910.00 


Swine 


129 


650.00 


190 


910.00 


Goats 
















Musical instruments 


2,650.00 


2,550.00 


Clocks and watches 




2,330.00 




1,050.00 


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










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


8,200.00 


11,300.00 



1-- BIENNIAL REPORT 

ELBERT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 100(1. 

1905 1900 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

a lue promissory notes, 

bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not inclui 
oth< r items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank i 
its out of state 



Stock or shares in any corpora 
tion 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 16,420.00 12,070.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 11,335.00 10,380.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 1,840.00 10,000.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Total $ 2.256,250.00 $ 2,449,023.00 

Deduct amount of personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 72.000.00 59,800.00 



Total net assessment $ 2,184,250.00 % 2,389,223.00 

Number of military polls 270 194 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



123 



EL PASO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural laud 79,740.96 $ 

Acres of grazing- land 523,263.49 



1905 

Valuation 



Acres of coal land. 
Acres of oil land... 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims . 



Gross output from metal 
mining claims 



iferous 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

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



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

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



1. OSS. 44 



r39.24 



604,980.00 
867,750.00 

44.250.00 

4,640.00 

1,357,550.00 

43.480.00 

6,430,180.00 

7.066,280.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 

79,680 $ 610.770.00 

523,263 S74.580.O0 

1.143 44.970.00 



1.321.620.00 

44.030.00 

0.322.520.00 

7.024,090.00 
4.740.00 



316.80 


3,237,13 


313.79 


3.23S.184.00 




68,673.00 




67, 193. on 




50,727.00 


2,361.20 


49,045.00 


139 


153.545.00 


7.591.31 


169,142.00 




1,103,980.00 




1.070,330.00 


5,517 


150,580.00 


5,778 


144.930.00 


293 


9. 480.00 


228 


6,480.00 


27,909 


322.410.00 


25,574 


294.520.00 


35,912 


53,860.00 


34,856 


52,300.00 


605 


2.630.00 


934 


4.3S0.00 


340 


2,330.00 


352 


2,840.00 


1,500 


108,060.00 


1,566 


99,270.00 


1,081 


18,940.00 


962 


16.900.00 




43,890.00 




38,770.00 




39.630.00 




3 J. 170.00 



124 



BIENNIAL RF.PoUT 



EL PASO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190(1. 



1905 
No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 129,810.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 291,000.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 267,690.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 2,737 104,140.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 730,220.00 

Libraries ) 

■ 170,200.00 

Furniture and fixtures ) 

All other property 498,430.00 

Bank stock or shares in anv 
bank 699,980.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 1,400.00 

Total 124,677,854.00 

Deduct amount of personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 672,730.00 

Total net assessment 5 24,005,124.00 

Number of military polls 4.912 



1906 
No. of Valuation 



92,410.00 



3.343 



284,000.00 
277,030.00 

108,590.00 
781.680.00 
155,550.00 
483,690.00 
703,980.00 

1,300.00 

S 24,421,604.00 

740,570.00 
$ 23.684,034.00 



5.023 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



125 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 



Acres of agricultural land . 

Acres of grazing land 127,420 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



FREJk 

I ENT 


[ON 

FOR 


T. 

THE YEARS 


1905 


AND 1906. 


No. Of 


1905 

Valuation 


1906 
No. of Valuation 


30,135 


$ 


515,430.00 


30,355 


$ 736,895.00 


127,420 




198,180.00 


128,963 


218,937.00 


16,500 




355,286.00 


16,900 


399,714.00 


6,800 




131,000.00 


6,800 


125,500.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, lime stone, fir>: 
clay, marble, etc 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands . . 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and citv 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals . . . 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



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



3,168 



9,610.00 



9,232.00 





568,650.00 




580,400.00 




7,335.00 




9,660.00 




989,425.00 




912,297.00 




811,020.00 




867,461.00 


2,297 


27,564.00 


2,307 


27,684.00 




1,320.00 




1,500.00 


144.456 


1.561,448.00 


144.456 


1,561,448.00 




51,162.00 




43,120.00 






641.54 


19,264.00 




50,977.00 


1,491.82 


34,141.00 




149,430.00 




170,035.00 




502,620.00 




452,600.00 


2,024 


38,195.00 


2,933 


76,110.00 


136 


3,800.00 


146 

14,675 

426 


4,430.00 


5,051 


115,235.00 


153,006.00 


272 


695.00 


1,514.00 






200 


200.00 


224 


360.00 


74 


310.00 


209 


10,575.00 


628 


31,075.00 


54 


710.00 . 


724 


7,641.00 



1.325.00 



4,640.00 



V2(\ 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



FREMONT Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



No. of 

Amounl of money, credits, book 

inta and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 

bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other jtt-ms 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description : > v; J 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All 'other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 1.007 



1905 



Valuation 



23,696.00 



16,200.00 

6,915.00 

2,830.00 

16,950.00 

13,175.00 

62.000.00 



$ 6,243,118.00 



$ 6,243,118.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 



1,632 



»iO.'797.0O 



o5.525.00 

259.25LO0 
3,500.00 

:;2.*70.00 

Hl.000.00 






353,913.00 



26,311.00 



_ 



AUDITOR OK STATE OF COLORADO. 



GARFIELD. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands .. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise .. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

isses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

(Mocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 

diamonds and other precious 

stones 

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





1905 






1906 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


V 


al nation 


29,511 


$ 


328, 035. 00 


32,007 


$ 


343,51)5.00 


105,590 




L38;700.00 


105,4'Jl 




124,229.00 


3,67D 




153,780.00 


3,665 




152,460.00 



1,500.00 

202,890.00 

9,010.00 

235,470.00 

342,070.011 



1,454,910.00 



122,420.00 



185.00 



3,545.00 



71- 'J 



228 



470 
1,277 



1,825. i hi 

192,415.00 

13,075.00 

382,305.00 



1,398, 856. 00 
37,009.00 
16,620.00 
39,309.00 

111,370.00 



3,364 


87,855.00 


3,852 


95,045.00 


i i 


2,790.00 


66 


2,120.00 






35 


175.00 


23,841 


223,465.00 


26,378 


230.269.00 


15: i 




10,058 


15,095.00 


970 


2,785.00 


1,020 
615 


3,038.00 


5 


1,335.00 




138 


6,110.00 


140 


5,490.00 



650.00 



4,760.00 



L28 D1ENNIAL REPORT 

( I All FIELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMEN1 FOB THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment 
Number of military polls 







1,139 
















1.136 


26,410.00 
62,480.00 


28,160.00 
70,115.00 




24,655.00 

77,780.00 

41,470.00 


20,720.00 
71,600.00 

42,635.00 










| 3.550,255.00 
134,525.00 




S 3,648,765.00 
141,055.00 


51 S 


415,730.00 


497 


$ 3.507,710.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



129 



GILPIN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 15,751 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims ... 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



Other railroad property, 
Fargo Express Co 



Wells 



Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



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

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



1905 
No. of 


Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


7,488 $ 


46,060.00 


9,244 $ 


52,815.00 


15,751 


143,350.00 


10,623 


63,825.00 




12,805.00 




10,700.00 




27,622.00 




28,785.00 




13,723.00 




14,131.00 




676,768.00 




831,280.00 




638,074.00 




517,029.00 




509,344.00 




439,925.00 


49 


258,350.00 


51 


298,035.00 




669.00 




2,221.00 




1,462.00 




1,462.00 




12,413.00 




12,934.00 




157,838.00 




135,376.00 


375 


15,090.00 


425 


13,600.00 


4 


225.00 


8 
416 


225.00 


228 


7,210.00 


6,385.00 


17 


1,348.00 


75 


3,128.00 


3 


160.00 

















130 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GILPIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidences of indebted- 
edness 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 293 10,190.00 375 11,660.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 800.00 1,950.00 

Libraries 550.00 

Furniture and fixtures 8,285.00 10,475.00 

All other property 275.00 

Bank stock or shares in any bank 110,000.00 110,000.00 

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



Total $ 2,652,336.00 $ 2,566,216.00 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 6,000.00 



Total net assessment $ 2,646,336.00 $ 2,566,216.00 

Number of military polls 250 500 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



131 



GRAND. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1905 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 12,944 

Acres of grazing land 53,826 

Acres of timber land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, ranch 
lands 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims and 
timber lands 



Improvements on 
mining claims ... 



metalliferous 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



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

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



11.04 



2,185 

23 

14 

12,864 

591 



64,720.00 
53,826.00 



38,238.00 
9,102.00 
21,398.00 

28,695.00 

74,093.00 



33,120.00 



8,196.00 
14,402.00 

5,375.00 

38,844.00 

375.00 

70.00 

108,565.00 

885.00 

101.00 



725.00 
50.00 



4,050.00 



1905 and 1906. 

1906 

No. of Valuation 

12,516 $ 62,580.00 

52,989 61,376.00 

26,732 133,660.00 

35,902.00 

10,105.00 

21,308.00 

37,185.00 

8,144.00 

1,550.00 

43.63 218,150.00 
2,618.00 

193.48 8,487.00 
17,960.00 

11,950.00 

2,197 37,429.00 

5 95.00 

7 35.00 

10,089 85,827.00 

833 1,296 00 

20 41.00 



24 



575.00 



4,950.00 



L32 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GRAND— Concluded. 

&R8TRACT8 OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidences of indebted- 
edness 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Bank stock or shares in any bank 

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



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 374 5,670.00 430 ..5,914.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 300.00 S.390.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 8,221.00 9.652.00 



Total $ 519,021.00 { 7S5.179.00 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 32,331.00 



Total net assessment $ 519,021.00 $ 752.S4S.00 

Number of military polls 219 221 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 133 

GUNNISON. . 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 





1905 
No. of Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


24,279 


$ 138,205.00 


26,452 $ 


143,360.00 


Acres of grazing land 


60,286 


85,310.00 


1-2.308 


88,795.00 


Acres of coal land 


15,896 


362,480.00 


16,817 


385,480.00 


Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land and 











Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


83,775.00 


87,170 00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




16,180.00 




6,005.00 


Town and city lots 




117,265.00 




124,540.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




174,630.00 




176,465.00 


Metalliferous mining claims and 
gross output 




265,185.00 




269,345.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




67,345.00 




79,620.00 


Gross output from metalliferous 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 


185.89 


1,128,995.00 


185.89 


1,128,995.00 


Other railroad property, Wells 
Fargo and Globe Express Co.'s. 




8,289.00 





8,289.00 


Miles of telegraph lines ) 


179.63 


23,517.00 


179.63 


23,513.00 


Miles of telephone lines ) 








2,000.00 


Average value of merchandise.. 




75,705.00 




76,050.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




12,300.00 




7,485.00 


Horses 


2,402 


37,335.00 


2,241 


36,345.00 


Mules 


92 


2,460.00 


45 


1,250.00 


Asses 


19,677 




18,737 




Cattle 


170,320.00 


163,015.00 


Sheep 


10,831 


17,765.00 


8,260 


12,140.00 


Swine 


46 


125.00 


42 


149 00 


Goats 


107 




275 




All other animals 


255.00 


750.00 


Musical instruments 


130 


5,280.00 


110 


4,930.00 


Clocks and watches 


83 


770.00 


69 


635.00 


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




805.00 







J34 BIENNIAL REPOBT 

( ; l XNTSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF Till- ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state \ 32,975.00 86,240.00 

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

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

° desclpUon^ . "" . * • "^ 702 12,470.00 667 11.155.00 

Household property (over and 60,005.00 

above exemption) i,iuu.w 

36 225.00 31 210.00 

20,945.00 16.155.00 



Bicycles 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state i,*».w 



Total 



Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 1.064 



$ 2,863.396.00 $ 2,951,012.00 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 62 300.00 
amendment of 1904 



$ 2,888,442.00 



733 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 135 

HINSDALE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 5,563 $ 8,335.00 5,483 $ 8,500.00 

Acres of grazing- land 



Acres of coal land. 
Acres of oil land — 





20,150.00 






3,425.00 




452 


6,865.00 


312 


8 


200.00 


7 


54 


270.00 


83 


2,330 


21,330.00 


1,502 


14,500 


21,750.00 


13,403 
17 


25 


1,605.00 


47 


9 


100.00 
100.00 


79 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, deeded 8,120.00 3,395.00 

Improvements on public lands 12,175.00 J, 435. 00 

Town and city lots 51,095.00 50,115.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 105,935.00 104,065.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 146,480.00 150,715.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 144,150.00 155,265.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 10,000.00 10,000.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 9.45 47,250.00 9.45 47,250.00 

Other railroad property. Globe 
Express 472.00 473.00 

Miles of telegraph lines, "West- 
ern Union and Self Winding 
Clocks 1,274.00 18 1,264.00 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 20,150.00 17,050.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufacture 3,425.00 12,070.00 

Horses 452 6,865.00 312 • 5,935.00 

Mules 8 200.00 7 195.00 

Asses 54 270.00 83 415.00 

Cattle 2,330 21,330.00 1,502 13,270.00 

Sheep 14,500 21,750.00 13,403 20,105.00 

Swine 17 45.00 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 25 1,605.00 47 2,465.00 

Clocks and watches 9 100.00 79 860.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 100.00 100.00 



136 BIENNIAL REPOKT 

HINSDALE— Concluded. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE 



ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 100G. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 6 250 00 

not evidenced by writing 4,2o0.00 b '* >u - w 

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



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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 



Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares 
bank 



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



Total 



amendment of 1904. 



Number of military polls 211 



115 



C SS^tioT d .. Ve l d . dl . e8 .. 0f .. eVC ^ HO 1,655.00 151 2,395.00 

Household property (over and 10,325.00 

above exemption) i.uiu.w 



2,690.00 

7,090.00 "-095.00 



625,086.00 S 641.742.00 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 20,635.00 



. < 69=; 0S6 00 $ 621,107.00 

Total net assessment * b_o,u»o.uu 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 137 

HUERFANO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 13,577 

Acres of grazing- land 234,590 

Acres of coal land 10,105 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



5 
Valuation 


No. of 


L906 

Valuation 


$ 136,714.00 


13,586 


$ 137,124.00 


406,008.00 


239,242 


402,050.00 


282,505.00 


10,050 


281,256.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind thereof, including coal 
mines 556,728.00 552,102.00 

Improvements on public lands 39,367.00 36,248.00 

Town and city lots 105,220.00 106,320.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 233,650.00 238,540.00 



125.73 


1,143,600.00 


124.05 


1,149,853.00 




65,991.00 




26,830.00 




17,990.00 




18,815.00 




14,069.00 




14,270.00 




158,318.00 




157,210.00 


2,723 


66,933.00 


2,410 


65,920.00 


270 


9,395.00 


271 


9,296.00 


9 


38.00 


10 


30.00 


11,887 


189,571.00 


10,690 


181,470.00 


43,455 


65,957.00 


42,450 


63,675.00 


237 


1,018.00 


242 


1,095.00 


973 


1,326.00 


883 


1,324.00 


290 


10,055.00 


286 


8,230.00 


134 


7,948.00 


132 


7,748.00 


294 


2,127.00 


298 


2,240.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals, bulls 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
st ones 175.00 125.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 45,817.00 46,870 00 



138 BIENNIAL REPORT 

HUERFANO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 470.00 275.00 

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



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



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



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 1,061 24,512.00 1,082 23.9S0.00 

Household property 19,461.00 18,692.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 21,427.00 22.232.00 

All other property 55,029.00 56,210.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total % 3,681,419.00 $ 3,630,030.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 96,068.00 82,120.00 



Total net assessment $ 3,5S5,351.00 $ 3,547,910.00 

Number of military polls 767 794 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



139 



JEFFERSON. 



19 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land and clay 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mireral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles electric lines, by county 
assessor 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

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

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



ENT 


FOR THE YE ACS 


1905 


AND 1906. 


No. of 


1905 

Valuation 


No. of 


1906 

Valuation 


66,350 


$ 1,781,490.00 


66,230 


$ 1,798,640.00 


232,326 


447,720.00 


232,420 


453,125.00 


2,166 


28,160.00 


2,393 


29,850.00 




759,445.00 




795,030.00 




7.000.00 




4,970.00 




101,435.00 




385,405.00 




306.155.00 




323,215.00 









85,500.00 



106.40 


760,030.00 




5,700.00 




8,479.00 




21,554.00 




79,320.00 




70,665.00 


4,704 


123,800.00 


79 


2,295.00 


13.412 


157,770.00 


336 


770.00 


914 


3,450.00 


6 


140.00 


354 


16,150.00 


367 


3,035.00 



1,230.00 



2,015.00 



19.00 



85,500.00 



106.40 746,030.00 

7,762.00 

220.00 8,546.00 
1,257.05 27,816.00 
84,325.00 

74,430.00 

4,617 125,360.00- 

72 2,040.00 

12,560 148,800.00 

565 1,000.00 

966 3,515.00 

10 60.00 

391 19,485.00 

645 5,705.00 



1,330.00 



2,130.00 



140 BIENNIAL REPORT 

JEFFERSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
uescription 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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



Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment ... 
Number of military polls. 



4.150.00 4,360.00 





50,000.00 




50,000.00 




19,265.00 




15,885.00 


2,132 


45,435.00 


2,188 


44,690.00 




176,895.00 




184,150.00 




1,560.00 




1,560.00 




5,365.00 




5,010.00 




37,150.00 




27,320.00 




15,000.00 




22.000.00 




$ 5,428,128.00 




$ 5,489,044.00 




294,755.00 




333,260.00 


1.317 


$ 5,133,373.00 


' 1,478 


$ 5.155,784.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



141 



KIOWA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 2,400 

Acres of grazing- land 315,516 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, deeded... 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals ... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



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

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



.50 



6,333.00 
197,187.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 

2,400 $ 4,800.00 

317,136 251,854.00 



25,920.00 
3,110.00 
3,807.00 

3,520.00 



1,043,000.00 
20,783.00 
11,299.00 

5,175.00 



87.50 



350 



28,105.00 
3,305.00 
2,461.00 

3.034.00 



1,043,000.00 
20,825.00 
11,298.00 

4,400.00 



1,312 


16,684.00 


1,037 


50.00 
14,739.00 


24 


510.00 


19 
9,324 


470.00 


10,525 


108,330.00 


93.917.00 


5,576 


9,590.00 


7,950 


12,050.00 


10 


45.00 


19 

2 


88.00 






10.00 


35 


705.00 


49 


1.015.00 


70 


580.00 


76 


620.00 



7,500.00 



142 BIENNIAL BEPOBT 

KIOWA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOB THE FEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



. 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank, exemptions 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 















175.00 




310.00 
16,073.00 


600.00 














$ 1,482,131.00 
16,073.00 


168 


$ 1,510,101.00 
19,852.00 


125 


S 1,466,068 


$ 1,490.249.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 143 

KIT CARSON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 





1905 




1906 






No. of Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


94,329 $ 


118,650.00 


94,429 $ 


141,943.00 


Acres of grazing land 


379,820 


474,775.00 


386,192 


579,290.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land 










Acres of other mineral land and 










Improvements on lands and 
the kind of land thereof, 


37,782.00 


45,391.00 


Improvements on public lands... 




22,830.00 




22,870.00 


Town and city lots 




14,943.00 




8,987.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




31.140.00 




34,445.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 










Improvements on metalliferous 






Gross output from metalliferous 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 


59.96 


735,110.00 


59.96 


727,555.00 
14,711.00 


Other railroad property 




11,915.00 




Miles of telegraph lines 


59.96 


7,845.00 


59.96 


8,446.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


40 


700.00 


8.00 


270.00 


Average value of merchandise. 




29,075.00 




34,150.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 


4,295 




3,736 




Horses 


94,842.00 


97 979.00 


Mules 


63 


1,981.00 


92 


4,000.00 
1,000.00 


Asses 


5 


1.000.00 


5 


Cattle 


24,707 


289,522.00 


19,437 


176,301.00 
14,727.00 


Sheep 


11,570 


20,132.00 


9,770 


Swine 


310 


1,424.00 


615 


2,946.00 
16.00 


Goats 


18 


36.00 


8 


All other animals 


12 


17.00 


12 


71.00 


Musical instruments 


95 


2,637.00 


87 


2,752.00 


Clocks and watches 


228 


1,058.00 


231 


1,084.00 
975.00 


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




148.00 





144 BIENNIAL REPORT 

KIT CARSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation N • of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 12,300.00 19.171.00 

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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 







556 
















461 


8,893.00 
20,310.00 


10,455.0] 
15,677.00 






478 00 




17,017.00 
5,000.00 


17,400.00 
6,000.00 










$ 1,961,082.00 
59.156.00 


$ 1,989,090.00 
71,670.00 


313 


$ 1,901,926.00 


390 


S 1,917,420.0") 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 145 

LAKE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 25,791.24$ 83,260.00 25,901 $ 88,548.00 

Acres of coal land 



Acres of oil land 



Improvements on public lands. 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 35, •< 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 100.51 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise — 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 1,145 

Mules 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 433,740.00 436,130.00 



524,900.00 




507,630.00 


1,003,585.00 




926,260.00 


830,875.00 


35,555 


847,445.00 


483,440.00 




560,960.00 


989,515.00 




1,132,850.00 


762,145.00 


100.51 


762,145.00 


17,557.00 




16,529.00 


13,123.00 


308.50 


12,721.00 


20,674.00 


967.65 


22,195.00 


343,650.00 




338,745.00 


49,965.00 




65,000.00 


33,940.00 


928 
38 ' 


28,870.00 


210.00 


175.00 


21,960.00 


1,101 


18,035.00 


17,910.00 


17,830 


26,745.00 



Cattle 1,280 

Sheep 11,932 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 392 23,750.00 267 15,965.00 

Clocks and watches 266 3,960.00 80 1,725.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 3.355.00 3,000.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 9,060.00 11,030.00 



1 |(j BIENNIAL REPORT 

LAKE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOB THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



Cash value promissory n 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



1906 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



175.00 700.00 



Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures J 54.335.00 

All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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



Total net assessment. 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 4.4O0.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 69,":' 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1-037 2,770.00 746 

Household property (over and \ 
above exemption) I 



3.625.00 50.550.00 



20,615.00 3S.S80.00 

129.2S5.00 119,000.00 



Total S 6.279.299.00 ? 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 298,885.00 



.9S5,414.00 ...... S 6,107,058.00 



Number of military polls 3.057 1.325 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



147 



LA PLATA. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1905 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 17,391 $ 372,085.00 

Acres of grazing land 104,732 203,400:00 

Acres of coal land 4,830 95,545.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, timber and stone 9,820 24,125.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural and grazing 340,855.00 

Improvements on public lands 12,973.00 

Town and city lots 803,524.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 581,658.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 73,578.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 37,300.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 20,826.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 101.93 627,525.00 

Other property 5,286.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 11,649.00 

Miles of telephone lines 25,732.00 

Average value of merchandise 384,650.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 74,600.00 

Horses '2,261 64,170.00 

Mules 229 5,030.00 

Asses 

Cattle 9,495 113,906.00 

Sheep 30,175 60,350.00 

Swine 343 1,235.00 

Goats / 

[ 466 645.00 

All other animals i 

Musical instruments 266 18,062.00 

Clocks and watches 519 6,227.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 4,040.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
• accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 58,827.00 



1905 and 190G. 

1906 

No. of Valuation 

21,280 $ 419,860.00 

117,205 243,700.00 

10,745 187,610.00 

10,099 25,362.00 

484,925.00 

14,995.00 

807,162.00 

625,424.00 

66,871.00 

63,525.00 

170,000.00 

120.08 718,275.00 

6,094.00 

250.10 11,648.00 

884.31 31,503.00 

395,255.00 

107,400.00 

2,683 81,225.00 

160 4,668.00 

11,015 120,948.00 

31,009 65,120.00 

541 2,110.00 

647 1,042.00 

293 20,220.00 

603 7,759.00 



5,910.00 



78,856.00 



1 18 BIENNIAL BBPORT 

LA PLATA— Concluded. 

ABSTBACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 1,057 27,667.00 1,406 30,960.00 

Household property 89,178.00 109,230.00 

Libi-aries 

Furniture and fixtures 58,235.00 47,785.00 

All other property 129,665.00 130,490.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 123.000.00 123,000.00 

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



Total $ 4,455.548.00 $ 5,208,932.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 118,441.00 ...... 171,343.00 



Total net assessment $ 4,337,107.00 $ 5,037,589.00 

Number of military polls 1,052 1,101 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



141) 



LARIMER, 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1905 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 94,682 $ 1,533,400.0(1 

Acres of grazing land 562,678 634,100.00 

Acres of mountain meadow 37,264 178,955.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof, stone 1,418 6,585.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 1,205,250.00 

Improvements on public lands 21,345.00 

Town and city lots 526,035.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 1,131,080.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Self Winding Clock Co 110.00 

Wells, Fargo Co. Express 1,961.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 645,740.00 

Other railroad property 1,901.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 6,489.00 

Miles of telephone lines 72,296.00 

Average value of merchandise 290,735.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 92,775.00 

Horses 12,069 321,625.00 

Mules 374 14,600.00 

Asses 

Cattle 51,639 561,235.00 

Sheep 3,301 5,050.00 

Swine 1,642 6,015.00 

Goats 

All other animals 267 1,305.00 

Musical instruments 905 43,075.00 

Clocks and watches 835 6,545.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 1,210.00 



1905 and 1906. 

1906 
No. of Valuation 

97,413 $ 1,571,160.00 

573,672 661,910.00 

37,305 190,370.00 



1564 



4,925.00 

1,221,975.00 

32,385.00 

573,075.00 

1,356.735.00 



2.358.00 



80.50 


663,845.00 




2,981.00 


149.25 


6,489.00 


3,213.76 


83,795.00 




332,410.00 




90,790.00 


10,871 


340,620.00 


435 


17,115.00 


51,500 


461,350.00 


2,628 


4,020.00 


1,488 


4,615.00 


428 


1,615.00 


940 


49,425.00 


734 


C, 325. 00 




1,015.00 



150 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LARIMER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

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

85,070.00 71,470.00 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 4,308 84,515.00 4,270 92.730.00 

Household property 

257,430.00 



Libraries f 274,495.00 

Furniture and fixtures ) 

All other property 85,665.00 101.390.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 



bank 

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



Total 



204,810.00 288,700.00 



$ 8,026,907.00 $ 8,510,088.00 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional icnf«nn 
amendment of 1904 470,275.00 481,10o.00 

Total net assessment $ 7,556,632.00 $ 8,028.983.00 

Number of military polls 2,134 2,295 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 151 

LAS ANIMAS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





1905 




1906 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


41,729.21 $ 


328,840.00 


44,336.61 $ 


364,090.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


583,278.73 


883,640.00 


95,905.01 


903,985.00 


Acres of coal land 


61,593.17 


1,245,200.00 


68,457.85 


1,320,880.00 












Acres of other mineral land and 










Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




1,439,290.00 




1,414,140.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




42,825.00 




142,695.00 


Town and citv lots 




1,097,670.00 




1,375,950.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




1,724,140.00 




1,906,810.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 


























245.22 


3,021,900.00 


243.73 


3,012,960.00 


Other railroad property 




54,478.00 




43,316.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




39,277.00 


1,500.57 


39.964.00 


Miles of telephone lines 




81,572.00 


2,934.33 


73,917.00 


Average value of merchandise, 

And average amount of capital 
employed in manufactures 


i 


634,395.00 




668,130.00 


Horses 


7.275 


178,445.00 


8,241 


189,935.00 


Mules 


984 


28.315.00 


879 


30,070.00 


Asses 










Cattle 


27,905 


388,745.00 


29,402 


364,380.00 


Sheep 


118,085 


192,850.00 


136,811 


220,685.00 


Swine 


500 


2,345.00 


629 


2,520.00 


Guats 


11.391 


24.035.00 


11,919 


22,920.00 


All other animals 


554 




631 






38,990.00 


47,595.00 


Clocks and watches 


869 


9,695.00 


920 


10,400.00 


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




5,525.00 




6.520.00 



L52 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LAS ANIMAS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

Cash value promissory notes, . 
bonds, debentures, and all other \ 1<6.19d.00 62,44d.00 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Bicycles 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment. 
Number of military polls. 



• 








2,739 


75,530.00 


2,846 


80,150.00 




243,720.00 




313,135.00 


84 


1,770.00 


56 


575.00 




98,610.00 




96,095.00 




167,475.00 




179,835.00 
91,835.00 




$ 12,225,472.00 




$ 12.985,932.00 




298,470.00 




398,100.00 




$ 11,927,002.00 




$ 12.587,832.03 


2.438 




3.283 





AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 153 

LINCOLN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





1905 




190 


6 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 










572,373 $ 


572,350.00 


574,799 


$ 574,790.00 






















Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 










Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, grazing. . 




39,820.00 




44,150.00 


Improvements on public lands... 




12,090.00 




13,830.00 


Town and city lots 




4,200.00 




6,210.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




20,460.00 




24,500.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Eaualiza- 
tion 


























72.85 


964,594.00 


74.30 


939,243.00 


Other railroad property, Pull- 
man, express and foreign car 
lines 




16,751.00 




17,992.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 




10,345.00 


409.60 


10,647.00 


Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 








2,000.00 




19.900.00 




24,550.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 










1,867 


28,300.00 


1,740 


34,790.00 


Mules 


29 


710.00 


27 


890.00 




17,450 




16,143 




Cattle 


174,500.00 


128,980.00 


Sheep 


83,370 


125,040.00 


77,130 


115,700.00 


Swine 


7 


20.00 


109 


550.00 


Goats 










All other animals 










Musical instruments 


25 


1,200.00 


48 


1,840.00 


Clocks and watches 


23 


190.00 


22 


250.00 


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











L54 BIENNIAL BBPORT 

LINCOLN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1903 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 350.00 

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



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



Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 13,340.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description . 3.120.00 343 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 2,560.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 5.340.00 8,440.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 10,100.00 

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



Total $ 2.015.1S0.00 % 1,968,622.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 25,800.00 I 170.00 



Total net assessment % 1,989,380.00 % 1.939,152.00 

Number of military polls 151 1S9 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 155 

LOGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 81,812 $ 406,815.00 48,999 $ 422,720.00 

Acres of grazing- land 363,646 279,815.00 398,238 397,655.00 



Acres of coal land. 
Acres of oil land . •. . 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
bv State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 133.56 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 133.41 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Colorado Postal Telegraph-Ca- 
ble Co 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural and grazing 51,330.00 157,180.00 

Improvements on public lands 6,830.00 10,050.00 

Town and city lots 36,945.00 91,450.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 117,820.00 133,030.00 



1,279,240.00 


133.56 


1,252,520.00 


23,946.00 




29,126.00 


5,755.00 


89.20 


5,755.00 


12,344.00 


697.85 


17,945.00 


55,515.00 




161,965.00 


7,319.00 




. 7,319.00 


67,790.00 


5,004 


109,940.00 


1,405.00 


120 
30,230 


3,525.00 


296,361.00 


250,625.00 


15,270.00 


10,224 


17,895.00 


2,250.00 


1,241 


3,785.00 



Horses 4,846 

Mules 61 

Asses 

Cattle 29,631 

Sheep 12,201 

Swine 852 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 153 6,345.00 167 7,520.00 

Clocks and watches 118 710.00 190 1,340.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 

diamonds and other precious 

stones 



L56 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LOGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 20,565.00 13,120.00 

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



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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



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



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state — . . 

Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 611 11,184.00 952 14,290.00 

Household property 37,920.00 41,480.00 

Bicycles 28 150.00 24 155.0© 

Furniture and fixtures 3,530.00 5,160.00 

All other property 14.414.00 15,685.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ 2,761,568.00 $ 3,171,235.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 91,125.00 103,740.00 



Total net assessment *$ 2,670,443.00 $ 3,067,495.00 

Number of military polls 508 593 

"■Increased 6 per cent, by Board of Equalization, $160,226.58. 
Total net assessment, $2,830,669.58. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 157 

MESA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of 


1905 

Valuation 


15 
No. of 


106 

Valuation 


91,200 


$ 1,210,748.00 


81,254 


$ 1,277,442.00 


78,356 


137,680.00 


102,930 


134,745.00 


1,283 


12,575.00 


2,442 


26,020.00 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses , 

Mules * 

Hjicycles 

qattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Stands of bees 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

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



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 252,465.00 233,171.00 

Improvements on public lands 2,575.00 2,790.00 

Town and city lots 589,305.00 609,742.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 532,448.00 632,880.00 







110.34 


1,184,643.00 




1,258,430.00 




28,910.00 






394.00 


12,522.00 






2,275.55 


54,882.00 




198,115.00 




221,785.00 




15,750.00 




58,155.00 


6,208 


132,965.00 


6,452 


125,371.00 


802 


11,240.00 


326 


7,318.00 




T, 900. 00 


260 


1,623.00 


27,314 


230,310.00 


27,594 


234,314.00 


3,091 


7,045.00 


12,831 


19,245.00 


1,675 


4,585.00 


1,079 


3,243.00 


5,589 


7,140.00 


5,862 


6,305.00 


846 


1,870.00 


116 


1,045.00 


851 


34,010.00 


840 


34,464.00 


1,126 


8,290.00 


1,383 


8,483.00 




2,580.00 




2,574.00 



158 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MESA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE FEARS 1005 AND 1906. 

1906 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 48.980.00 2?. 065. 00 

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



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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 2,691 47,085.00 2,6S1 

Household property 107,155/0 155.540.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 5,655.00 22 240.00 

All other property 108,075.00 38,378.00 

Bank stock or shares in anv 
bank 90,349.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 8.345.00 



Total $ 4.977,321.00 $ 5,302,333.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 284,320.00 I 358.00 



Total net assessment $ 4,693.001.00 $ 4,919.975.00 

Number of military polls 3.044 2,952 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



159 



MINERAL. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





1905 
No. of 


Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


1,545 $ 


6,180.00 


1,955 $ 


6,748.00 




17,015 


27,227.00 


17,940 


28,775.00 


Acres of coal land 


,589,306 








Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, patented mining- 
claims 2 


83,486.00 




Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural, grazing and mineral 




119,867.00 




117,924.00 


Improvements on public lands 
and homesteads 




1,472.00 




1,170.00 


Town and city lots 




15,526.00 




16.414.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




64,149.00 




68,317.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 






2.947 


81,112.00 










Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 




281,280.00 




278,815.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 


1 17.40 




17.40 


147,900.00 


Other railroad property 


( 


154,083.00 




2,416.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


1 






2,395.00 


Miles of telephone lines 










Average value of merchandise. . 




27,173.00 




27,664.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




2,505.00 




2,240.00 


Horses 


292 


6 003 00 


293 


5,894.00 


Mules 


4 


120.00 


3 


90.00 


Asses 


1.528 




1,791 




Cattle 


14,540.00 


14,462.00 


Sheep 










Swine 


4 


8.00 


3 


6.00 


Goats 


32 




86 
34 




All other animals 




694.00 


Musical instruments 


1,299.00 


1.505.00 


Clocks and watches 


37 


284.00 


37 


272.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




44 00 




32.00 



160 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MINERALr— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 424.00 510.00 

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



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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 129 2,739.00 134 2,721.00 

Household property and furni- 
ture and fixtures 5,551.00 S,319.00 

Harness 74 532.00 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 1,152.00 1,223.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 360.00 



Total $ 815,644.00 $ 817,978.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 ($228.74) 



Total net Assessment $ 815,644.00 $ 817,978.00 

Number military polls 478 350 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



161 



MONTEZUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands. 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



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

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



1905 
No. of 


Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


18,136 $ 


126,193.00 


20,131 $ 


173,229.00 


88,915 


131,756.00 


94,167 


138,248.00 






40 


400.00 


453 


9,390.00 


480 


11,610.00 




100,911.00 




114,843.00 




15,950.00 




15,890.00 




45,660.00 




48,463.00 




91,000.00 




100,475.00 


62.60 


313,000.00 


62.60 
62.50 


313,000.00 


61.50 


6,765.00 


li. 764.00 


17.00 


2,512.00 


33.00 


3,103.00 




70,115.00 




72,200.00 




31,550.00 




38,430.00 


2,675 


83,830.00 


2,528 


99,135.00 


51 


2,315.00 


61 
13,590 


2,860.00 


13,430 


177,877.00 


185,131.00 


5,602 


10,270.00 


7,970 


12,260.00 


365 


1,555.00 


471 


2.330.00 


905 


1,400.00 






74 


220.00 


1,288 


2,110.00 


102 


8,460.00 


120 


10,205.00 


19 


490.00 


25 


420.00 
80.00 




11,250.00 


22,170.00 



162 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MONTEZUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Va'uation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidences of indebted- 
ness 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 712 19,550.00 707 23,895.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 8,740.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 33,278.00 29,109.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank, the Globe Express Co 3,130.00 3,130.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state, 
Montezuma Land and "Water 
Co 80,000.00 80,000.00 



Total 5 1,378,427.00 .$ 1.51S, 230.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 75,500.00 85,660.00 



Total net assessment $ 1,302,927.00 $ 1,432,570.00 

Number of military polls 701 730 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 163 

MONTROSE. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE 



Acres of grazing- land 
Acres of coal land 
Acres of oil land 



ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 


1905 and 1906. 


1905 
No of Valuation 


1906 
No of Valuation 


ad 73,356 $ 529,499.00 


61,514 $ 492,112.00 


67,259 84,073.00 


88,229 138,343.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Acres of other mireral land a,nd 
kind thereof ... 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 174,320.00 178,250.00 

Improvements on public lands 8,390.00 15,095.00 

Town and city lots 134,160.00 146,285.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 279,075.00 326,605.00 



52.10 


387,755.00 


52.10 


385,150.00 




1,715.00 




4,620.00 


51 


6,356.00 


163.00 


6,356.00 


114.61 


20,316.00 


827.17 


25.053.00 




103,005.00 




111,665.00 




18,640.00 




19,560.00 


4,648 


101,140.00 


4,913 


114,975.00 


147 


3,450.00 


126 
25,947 


3,355,00 


27,814 


223,849.00 


217,450.00 


38,037 


76,205.00 


58,754 


112,795.00 


805 


2,675.00 


868 
169 


2,725.00 


168 


435.00 


580.00 


259 


8,810.00 


285 


9,740.00 


213 


1,740.00 


194 


1,595.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 27,814 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 130.00 160.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 4,700.00 6,875.00 



Ig4 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MONTROSE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

No of Valuation No of Valuation 

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

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included In 
other items • 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

C l^Sption d Z^ e } eB ..°^ eTV . 1,466 29,310.00 1,534 32,330.00 

6S.880.00 74,965.00 

5,000 5,000.00 

12,415.00 17,180.00 



Household property -• 

Bees 

Furniture and fixture 
All other property . . 



Total 



Total net assessment 



69,695.00 68,600.00 



B gSnk S f . Ck .. 0r .. S . ha . re ^. h V- any 56,500.00 45,830.00 

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



$ 2,407,238.00 $ 2,563,249.00 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional iw , 7 s m 164 910 00 
amendment of 1904 132,575.00 im,vw.w 

$ 2,274,663.00 $ 2,398,339.00 



Number of military polls 733 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 165 

MORGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 
No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 54,063 

Acres of grazing land 97,550 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



5 
Valuation 


1906 
No. of Valuation 


$ 430,425.00 


53,957 $ 681,607.00 


144,682.00 


99,906 188,119.00 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manuf e ctures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 52 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other preci'us 
stones 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural and grazing 98,493.00 119,763.00 

Improvements on public lands 5,390.00 5,735.00 

Town and city lots 2,607 65,345.00 3,219 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 142,838.00 140,275.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 165,140.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



90.84 


1,229,413.00 


90.84 


1,208,543.00 




24,327.00 




22,826.00 


132.58 


10,085.00 


256.70 


10,085.00 


144 


17,297.00 


426.55 


21,637.00 




49,493.00 




73,230.00 




2,450.00 




3,000.00 


4,286 


85,178.00 


3,861 


109,288.00 


84 


2,645.00 


129 
16,954 


6,500.00 


18,777 


161,553.00 


138,988.00 


52,839 


71,903.00 


46,623 


68,349.00 


3,281 


8,510.00 


1,888 


4,937.00 



188 


6,493.00 


157 


6,755.00 


101 


655.00 


87 


646.00 




50.00 




95.00 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 34,685.00 23,276.00 



L66 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MORGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 



Number of military polls 

Increased 4 per cent, by Board 
of Equalization 



Total net assessment 







719 
















751 


11,699.00 


11,897.00 




12,908.00 




18,981.00 




480.00 




510.00 




1,640.00 




1,130.00 




15,380.00 




20,831.00 
26,000.00 




$ 2,634,017.00 


— 


$ 3,078,143.00 




95,704.00 




96,306.00 




$ 2,538,313.00 




$ 2,981,837.00 


606 


101,532.52 


430 






$ 2,639,845.52 







AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



1(57 



OTERO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1905 
No. of V 

Acres of agricultural land 81,070 $ 

Acres of grazing- land 114,848 

Equity in state lands 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Pullman Car Co 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 106.05 

Other railroad property, car 
lines, etc 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 8,887 

Mules 595 

Honey bees 

Cattle 23,454 

Sheep 22,572 

Swine 3,081 

Self Winding Clock Co 

All other animals 784 

Musical instruments 601 

Clocks and watches 455 

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



THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



aluation 
1,540,655.00 
186,845.00 



259,110.00 

10,970.00 

65,150.00 

394,345.00 

748,735.00 



13,362.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 

86,739 $ 2,046,520.00 

107,391 220.855.00 

308,040.00 



311,540.00 

68,000.00 

430,260.00 

826,580.00 



1,437,310.00 


106.05 


1,429,646.00 


22,765.00 




28,530.00 


26,362.00 


1,034.03 


26,362.00 


53,817.00 


2,017.53 


58,205.00 


217,245.00 




239,005.00 


430,000.00 




422,490.00 


204,935.00 


9,892 


270,860.00 


19,220.00 


655 


22,555.00 


13,205.00 




4,595.00 


239,880.00 


22,442 


231,355.00 


34,195.00 


21,425 


32.455.00 


8,395.00 


3,610 


8,780.00 


10.00 


714 




8,745.00 




30,710.00 


39,395.00 


3,820.00 


625 


5,280.00 


1.675.00 




985.00 



168 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OTERO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 190.") AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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



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

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



14,445.00 44,030.00 



Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 18,045.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 2,561 50,735.00 2,948 57,205.00 

Household property 119,055.00 212,410.00 

Express 6,048.00 

Furniture and fixtures 32,285.00 

All other property 35,075.00 20,595.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 158,595.00 133,910.00 

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



Total $ 6.405,744.00 S 7,536,498.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 302,540.00 456,050.00 



Total net assessment $ 6,103,204.00 $ 7,0S0,448.00 

Number of military polls 2,126 2.809 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



169 



OURAY. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 



No. of 
Acres of agricultural land 11,103 



Acres of grazing- land. 



Acres of coal land, valued at $10 
per acre 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, farm 
lands 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches.. 



40, 



99 



Valuation 
$ 142,032.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 

10,133 $ 110,769.00 

37,819 48,780.00 



259 



2,500.00 



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





37,945.00 




26,800.00 




1,155.00 




1,155.00 




190,730.00 




194,440.00 




346,720.00 




314,850.00 




206,081.00 




1,818,393.00 




199,015.00 




173,677.00 




1,292,971.00 






38 


235,675.00 


39.35 
124.60 


232,675.00 


38 


4,560.00 


1.560.00 


136 


14,436.00 


552.19 


15,090.00 




88,764.00 




87,250.00 




1,200.00 






1,399 


28,408.00 


1,456 


29,111.00 


122 


3,485.00 


129 
6,224 


3,745.00 


7,191 


59,401.00 


53,539.00 


1,310 


1,965.00 


880 


1,320.00 


99 


421.00 


122 
116 


369.00 


89 


489.00 ' 


480.00 


123 


4,92S.OO 


124 


5,090.00 


148 


1,603.00 


120 


1,145.00 




1,770.00 




1.105.00 



170 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OURAY— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 16,867.00 16,136.00 

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



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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state ". 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 370 7,195.00 402 



Household property 34,625.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 22,078.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



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



7,535.00 


37,990.00 


3,980.00 


51,149.00 



Total $ 2,944,519.00 $ 3,243,723.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 52,573.00 58,336.00 



Total net assessment $ 2,891,946.00 % 3,185,387.00 

Number of military polls 265 307 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 171 

PARK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 22,103 

Acres of grazing 1 land 150,845 

Acres of coal land 2,689 

Acres of timber land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city- 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 154 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1,755 

Mules 19 

Asses 90 

Cattle 16,946 

Sheep 17,709 

Swine 28 

Goats 

Musical instruments 84 

Clocks and watches 335 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 1,020.00 760.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 23,800.00 13,000.00 



1905 

: Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


$ 154,721.00 


21,600 $ 


151,200.00 


150,845.00 


149,725 


149,725.00 


10,756.00 


2,689 


8,067.00 


8,256.00 


3,890 


7,780.00 


109,200.00 




108,500.00 


16,740.00 




21,000.00 


26,120.00 




26,408.00 


64,100.00 




60,500.00 


207,050.00 




212,570.00 


125,300.00 




125,185.00 


30,094.00 




34,520.00 


929,240.00 


154 


929,240.00 


15,778.00 




17,388.00 


20,700.00 


519 


20,701.00 


15,122.00 


533 


16,323.00 


24,300.00 




18,000.00 


6,150.00 




3,700.00 


24,960.00 


1,821 


25,930.00 


280.00 


18 


270.00 


270.00 


92 


276.00 


135,568.00 


16,540 


115,780.00 


28,334.00 


18,130 


27,195.00 


56.00 


19 

71 


42.00 


4.900.00 


5,360.00 


2,190.00 


293 


1,450.00 



172 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PARK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 575 9,710.00 532 6,120.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 4,600.00 4,370.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 23,200.00 18,210.00 

Bank stock or shares in any bank 2,835.00 

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



Total $ 2,173,360.00 $ 2,132,405.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment $ 2,173,360.00 $ 2,132,405.00 

Number of military polls 340 354 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



173 



PHILLIPS. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906 

1905 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of Valuation 
328,148 $ 410,185.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands — 

Town and citj r lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metaliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



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

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



1,702 



331,232 



16,050.00 

7,600.00 

10,424.00 

27,721.00 



36.30 217,800.00 
36.30 2,178.00 



11,305.00 



80.00 



2,800.00 



418,205.00 



26,491.00 

6,525.00 

10,595.00 

27,880.00 



.30 217,800.00 
5,823.00 



10,000.00 



2,093 


52,325.00 


2,246 


44,920.00 


19 


475.00 


19 
8,980 


380.00 


9,270 


111,240.00 


89,800.00 


4,878 


7,317.00 


2,765 


4,148.00 


947 


2,841.00 


1,201 
32 


3,603.00 


11 


850.00 


1,455.00 


71 


2,335.00 


86 


2,600.00 


147 


792.00 


141 


722.00 



105.00 



174 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PHILLIPS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

Cash value of special privileges 

and franchises not included in 

other items 



Furniture and fixtures. 



Bank stock or shares in any bank 

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



Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 18.551.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 397 4,625.00 439 4,088.00 

Household property 8,260.00 S, 175. 00 

Libraries 



All other property, system of 
water works included 12,715.00 14,349.00 



Total $ 909,918.00 $ 916,215.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 51,931.00 53,320.00 



Total net assessment $ 857,987.00 $ 862,895.00 

Number of military polls 249 235 



ACDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



175 



PITKIN. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 



FOR THE YEARS 

1905 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 14,510 

Acres of grazing- land 27,021 

Acres of coal land 10,032 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots ■ 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads; as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1,424 

Mules 95 

Asses 

Cattle 5,765 

Sheep 23 

Swine 236 

Goats 

All other animals 46 

Musical instruments 254 

Clocks and watches 97 

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



Valuation 
$ 101,155.00 
37,230.00 
142,550.00 



226,600.00 

5,565.00 

107,590.00 

144,770.00 
177,440.00 

72,630.00 

222,865.00 

638,415.00 
59,380.00 



1905 and 1906. 

1906 

No. of Valuation 

13,827 $ 94,095.00 

28,705 44,525.00 

10,112 143,350.00 

215,075.00 

4,880.00 

81,730.00 

...... 111,800.00 

177,280.00 

53,980.00 

269,195.00 



639,540.00 



,025.00 



26,590.00 


1,490 


27,660.00 


2,575.00 


90 
5,965 


2,325.00 


50,050.00 


52,535.00 


50.00 


325 


500.00 


775.00 


311 
71 


900.00 


190.00 


280.00 


12,055.00 


215 


10,700.00 


1,575.00 


87 


1,315.00 


1,900.00 




1,960.00 



17»; BIENNIAL REPORT 

PITKIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOB THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



74,500.00 15,985.00 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 



13,095.00 555 12,185.00 



Household property 25,500.00 24,620.00 

Bicycles 



Furniture and fixtures 
All other property .... 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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



Total 



96 690.00 70 ■ 495.00 

10,785.00 9,795.00 



129,535.00 125,310.00 

16,000.00 16,000.00 



2,302,055.00 $ 2,198,040.00 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 86,2oo.OO 80,82o.00 



Total net assessment $ 2,215,800.00 § 2,117,215.00 

Number of military polls 520 913 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



177 



PROWERS. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 77,610 

Acres of grazing- land 215,570 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



FOR THE YEARS 

1905 

Valuation 

$ 690,490.00 

323,355.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and ci ty lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals .. 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



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

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



1905 and 190G. 

1906 
No. of Valuation 

7S.420 $ 937,980.00 

196,520 393,040.00 



130,645.00 

20,255.00 

135,630.00 

190,120.00 



390,045.00 

5,045.00 

140,340.00 

211,340.00 



38.49 


569,652.00 


38.49 


496,825.00 




18,052.00 




42,035.00 




31,038.00 


528.72 


12,384.00 






694.86 


23,109.00 




S5.910.00 




73,410.00 




7,000.00 
75,250.00 


4,720 




3,010 


99,120.00 


350 


10,500.00 


475 
18,420 


13,250.00 


20,450 


184,050.00 


174,990.00 


8,500 


17,000.00 


9,220 


18,440.00 


410 


1,230.00 


424 
14 


1,270.00 


10 


1,300.00 


2,100.00 


25 


2,500.00 


61 


6,100.00 



ITS BIENNIAL REPORT 

PROWERS— Concluded. 

S OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 







521 
















800 


8,000.00 
2,000.00 


7,295.00 
25,450.00 










10,770.00 
28,640.00 


17,670.00 

33,670.00 

8,320.00 














$ 3,133,228.00 






138,105.00 








372 


$ 2,543,389.00 


427 


$ 2,995,123.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



179 



PUEBLO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 19(H) 



1905 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 76,389 

Acres of grazing land 483,251 

Acres of surburban land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Valuation 
$ 1,969,823.00 
604,980.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands .. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims — 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise .. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses , 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals . . 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



2,303,692.00 

13,765.00 

7,514,088.00 

5,968,958.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 

81,352 $ 1,794,509.00 

485,264 608,497.00 

594,667.00 



2,428,750.00 

12,900.00 

7,381,370.00 

6,535,310.00 



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



278.87 


2,693,729.00 


278.87 


2,672,863.00 




73,321.00 




61,963.00 




42,243.00 


1,976.40 


40,051.00 




144,730.00 


6,538.64 


146,927.00 




999,064.00 




996,420.00 




1,312,814.00 




1,378,715.00 


6,602 


202,277.00 


6,955 


215,025.00 


257 


9,975.00 


284 
28,759 


10,555.00 


26,757 


382,217.00 


366,086.00 


3,694 


7,931.00 


3,942 


6,950.00 


2,890 


7,775.00 


1,920 
102 


6,462.00 


86 


2,597.00 


6,025.00 


1,401 


80,877.00 


1,626 


87,460.00 


1,785 


19,938.00 


2,433 


22,964.00 




10,758.00 




10,245.00 



ISO BIENNIAL REPORT 

PUEBLO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 190.") AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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



240,397.00 149,013.00 



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

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 75,000.00 .d.OOO.OO 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 3,362 100,119.00 3,706 103,8od.00 

Household property 507,084.00 575,070.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 185,070.00 180,540.00 

All other property ' 275,765.00 49,720.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 540,048.00 194,681.00 

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



Total 5 26,289,035.00 $ 26,712,593.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 663,071.00 769,390.00 



Total net assessment $ 25,625,964.00 $ 25,943,203.00 

Number of military polls 6,750 7.523 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



181 



RIO BLANCO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



1905 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 17,250 $ 

Acres of grazing- land 62,047.47 

Acres of coal land 4,548.38 

Acres of oil land ■• 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, asphaltum 119,707 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, farming.. 

Improvements on public lands . . 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims — 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims .. 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals, elk 
Musical instruments . . 
Clocks and watches . . 



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

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



7.80 



55 



3,877 
44 

33,778 
91 
295 
20 
17 
54 
105 



144,223.00 
92,771.00 
44,220.00 

4,505.00 



7,800.00 



1906 
No. of Valuation 

16,059 $ 129,685.00 

66,322 114,274.00 

4,29S 42,980.00 



140 







7,713.00 


236. 


50,994.00 




59,840.00 


3,768 


1,170.00 


34 


506,386.00 


35,196 


273.00 


52 


876.00 


253 


60.00 


20 


340.00 


17 


3,610.00 


54 


764.00 


117 


120.00 





6,900.00 



430 


92,992.00 


460 


93,938.00 


73 


6,855.00 


70 


7,105.00 


1,384 


38,098.00 


1,384 


37,373.00 


182 


79,745.00 


190 


79,925.00 



15,600.00 

468.00 

11,581.00 
50,798.00 

59,571.00 
790.00 

392,239.00 
156.00 
729.00 
60.00 
340.00 
3,325.00 
830.00 

120.00 



182 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



RIO BLANCO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1906 

No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



537 



340.03 



$ 1,225,905.00 



46,770.00 



$ 1,179,135.00 



No. of 



1906 



Valuation 



1,800.00 



190.00 



10,102.00 


510 


9,402.00 


25,575.00 




25.575.00 


4,155.00 


3,140.00 


24,638.00 




23, 215. 00 


17,700.00 




17,700.00 


40.00 




40.00 



$ 1,129,849.00 



47,478.00 



$ 1,082,371.00 



35S 



352 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 183 

RIO GRANDE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



Acres of agricultural land 
Acres of grazing - land — 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 





1905 




1906 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


62,372 


$ 461,180.00 


58,969 


$ 467,595.00 


86,472 


153,920.00 


88,620 


150,745.00 









Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise .. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 1,990 15,785.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 154,540.00 157,785.00 

Improvements on public lands 32,160.00 34,200.00 

Town and city lots 133,145.00 131,770.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 198,970.00 201,130.00 

Metalliferous mining claims .... 2,030 16,855.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



40.8 


346,800.00 


40.80 


346,800.00 




7,986.00 




5,800.00 


40.8 


4,507.00 


40.80 


4,507.00 




11,149.00 




13,672.00 




77,690.00 




78,760.00 




7,970.00 




1,225.00 


1,929 


60,090.00 


1,925 


62,845.00 


61 


2,535.00 


69 
7,358 


2,295.00 


8,298 


74,575.00 


64,345.00 


20,854 


25,890.00 


37,165 


56,240.00 


2,299 


8,420.00 


2,983 
14 


11,585.00 


7 


1,075.00 


2,725.00 


137 


7,535.00 


129 


7,100.00 


136 


1,385.00 


118 


1,170.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 20,85^ 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 1,015.00 1,300.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 46,815.00 40,420.00 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

BIO GRANDE— -Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Tools and machinery 28,880.00 3S.730.00 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 341 9,320.00 310 9,275.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 5,315.00 4,145.00 



Libraries 



Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 33,600.00 70.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Stock or shares in anv corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 33,000.00 32,000.00 



Total 3 1,946,322.00 $ 1.9S6.319.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment $ 1,946,322.00 $ 1,986,319.00 

Number of military polls 677 589 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 185 

ROUTT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 56,593 

Acres of grazing land 139,191 

Acres of coal land 53,998 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, stone and timber 14,726 83,856.00 17,141 46,195.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 180,800.00 164,105.00 

Improvements on public lands 65,175.00 91,175.00 

Town and city lots 115,108.00 108,880.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 134,840.00 145,460.00 



1905 




1906 




Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


$ 431,133.00 


48,225 


$ 


438,760.00 


'304,364.00 


154,185 




332,900.00 


523,290.00 


68,474 




684,740.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 



■;} 



817,643.00 


74,964 


19,790.00 


9,902 


2,766.00 


569 


980.00 


217 


8,460.00 


133 


1,556.00 


168 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims • 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 275 25,014.00 465.25 27,420.00 

Average value of merchandise. 



Average amount of capital em- | 101,891.00 96,650.00 

ployed in manufactures . 

Horses 9,343 215,303.00 10,974 

Mules 65 2,475.00 92 

Asses 

Cattle 72,770 

Sheep 9,979 

Swine 546 

Goats 

All other animals, elk 98 

Musical instruments 146 

Clocks and watches 203 

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



229,595.00 


2,750.00 


785,570.00 


19,810.00 


2,870.00 


1,510.00 


7,920.00 


1,325.00 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 95,904.00 79,825.00 



180 BIENNIAL REPORT 



ROUTT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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



Cash value of -pecial privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 1,510 34,297.00 1,099 29,730.00 

Household property 45,280.00 46,840.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 58,257.00 50,670.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 12,000.00 12,400.00 

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



Total $ 3,280,182.00 $ 3,407,100.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 114,600.00 123,400.00 



Total net assessment $ 3,165,5S2.00 $ 3,283,700.00 

Number of military polls 799 1,086 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 187 

SAGUACHE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 





1905 
No. of Valuation 


1906 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land ) 


72,820 


$ 691,650.00 


72,820 $ 


400,510.00 


Acres of grazing - land ) 


278,587 • 




280,783 


£77,407.00 


Acres of coal land 




















Acres of other mineral land and 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


184,330.00 


184,321.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




28,419.00 




25,737.00 


Town and city lots 




23,090.00 




24,102.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




84.S09.00 




86,425 00 


Metalliferous mining claims 


* 


55,742.00 




56,582.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




12,805.00 




15,015.00 


Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 




6,214.00 




1,328.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 


114.8 


683,175.00 


114.80 


679,075 (JO 


Other railroad property 




21,432.00 




21,433.00 




114.8 


10,128.00 


2G3 


9,834.00 


Miles of telephone lines 




19,339.00 


510.S2 


20,711.00 


Average value of merchandise.. 




57,005.00 




55,740.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 










3,521 


71,293.00 


3,573 


82,817.0) 


Mules 


92 


2,480.00 


77 


2,195.00 


Asses 










Cattle 


24,630 


209,813.00 


25,798 


223,942.00 


Sheep 


45,101 


76,397.00 


46,479 


81,156.01 




966 


3,209.00 


1,194 


4,480.00 


Goats 


827 


867.00 


567 


677.00 




145 




150 




Musical instruments 


7,560.00 


8,745.00 


Clocks and watches 


312 


2,390.00 


349 


2,445.00 


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




265.00 




565.00 



188 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SAGUACHE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 



1905 
No. of Valuation 



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 in- 
debtedness 

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



875 



1906 
No. of Va 



45,733.00 



20,792.00 
33,400.00 



70,323.00 



931 



$ 2,422,960.00 

86,315.00 

% 2,336,645.00 
645 



190G. 

luation 



47,631.00 



22,081.00 
34885.00 



77,618.00 



$ 2, 



147,437.00 

89,704.00 



.337.073.00 



611 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



189 



SAN JUAN. 



YEARS 

No. of Valuation 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE 

1905 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
the kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands. 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property, Globe 
Express, D. & Ft. G. R. R. and 
Self Winding Clocks 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufacture 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 



40 



Goats 

All other animals 



Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



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

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



150 



1905 and 1906. 

1906 
No. of Valuation 



400.00 



150.00 



4,270.00 
595.00 



775.00 



11,190.00 



40 



150 



20 



400.00 





1,000.00 




13,850.00 




98,794.00 




98,223.00 




270,675.00 




2S2, 240.00 




562,334.00 




574,967.00 




274,284.00 




304,953.00 




453,736.00 




290, 548. 00 


40 


263,750.00 


42 


1 68,750.00 


13 


720.00 




650.00 




1,777.00 


28 


1,777.00 




15,939.00 


597.57 


16,310.00 




90,350.00 




91,760.00 




1,500.00 




4,150.00 


203 


5,160.00 


194 


5,195.00 


45 


1,015.00 


43 


875.(0 


121 


605.00 


121 


605.00 


126 


1.890.00 


132 


1,980.00 


5,260 


7,890.00 


1,710 


2,565.00 



150.00 



2,650.00 
560.00 



375.00 



10,150.00 



190 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SAN JUAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1!KV>. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 108 3,040.00 107 3,185.00 

Household property 7,035.00 5,715.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 11,727.00 16,157.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 30,000.00 45,000.00 

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



Total $ 2,120,601.00 $ 1,943,740.00 

Amount personal proper t3' ex- 
empt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904, and de- 
ducted by schedule from above 
assessment 



Total net assessment $ 2,120,601.00 $1,943,740.00 

Number of military polls 514 470 



AUDITOR <>F STATE OF COLORADO. 



1!)1 



SAN MIGUEL. 



ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 



1905 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of 
7,112 
36,592 



Valuation 

77,105.00 
45,740.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city- 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 13.201 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining - claims .. 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 



Other railroad 
Express Co. . . 



property, Globe 



Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



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

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



5,535.00 
1,325.00 



(.00 



71,650.00 



1905 and 190G. 

1906 
No. of Valuation 

9,527 $ 88,811.00 

46,007 57,509.00 





52,735.00 




57,910.00 




27,375.00 




15,150.00 




290,110.00 




237,680.00 




416,205.00 




351,985.00 


13.201 


235,184.00 


13,276 


287,857.00 




625,350.00 




652,365.00 




646,205.00 




692,490.00 


48.76 


243,800.00 


48.76 


243,800.00 




2.223.00 




2.323.00 


49 


5,622.00 


112 


5,622.00 




8,070.00 




8,455.00 




133,350.00 




146,175.00 


1,599 


42,800.00 


1,448 


46,665.00 


141 


4,975.00 


228 


4,665.00 


32 


185.00 


79 


735.00 


8,442 


86,620.00 


11,889 


109,580.00 


698 


710.00 


976 


1,745.00 


282 


975.00 


255 


810.00 



5,960.00 
1,835.00 

1,975.00 

5,835.00 



192 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SAX MIGUEL— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 190G. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



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

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

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 



Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank : 92,240.00 

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



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 927 13,405.00 503 

Household property 40,965.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 34,160.00 

All other property 23,165.00 









13,625.00 
47,965.00 


-085.00 
19.515. 00 

160,510.00 




S 3.311,637.00 



Total $ 3,229,774.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 45,945.00 58,730.00 



Total net assessment $ 3,183,829.00 $ 3.252.907.00 

Number of military polls 1,258 629 






AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLOHAIh*. 



193 



SEDGWICK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1900. 



1905 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 12,000 

Acres of grazing- land 220,320 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind. thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 



Valuation 

$ 72,000.00 
238.870.00 



Improvements on town and city* 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on 
mining claims .. . 



metalliferous 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manuf a ctures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals — 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



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

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



1906 
No. of Valuation 



15,000 $ 120,200.00 
217,320 230,670.00 



11,655.00 

2,400.00 

10,295.00 

29,975.00 



1,250.00 
100.00 



2,500.00 



37 
100 



13,850.00 
1,400.00 
20,295.00 

36,275.00 



32.07 


460,970.00 


32.07 


445,375.00 




11,235.00 




7,717.00 


32.07 


4,330.00 


256.03 


7.629.00 


40 


1.900.00 


100.00 


2,000.00 




9,225.00 




12,250.00 


1,052 


21,623.00 


1,203 


24,235.00 


17 


530.00 


44 
7.760 


1,050.00 


7,789 


81,965.00 


69,950.00 


5,150 


6,440.00 


5,100 


7,650.00 


230 


692.00 


329 


987.00 



1,785.00 
540.00 



455.00 



9,183.00 



194 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SEDGWICK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory no 

bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assesi ment 
Number of military polls 







304 
















149 


3,852.00 

* 525.00 


6,151.00 

10,000.00 




455.00 

2,950.00 

4,000.00 


1,300.00 
13,000.00 

4,000.00 










$ 979,737.00 




$ 1,047 

26.200.00 








107 


% 979,737.00 


130 


$ 1,021,747.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



195 



SUMMIT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1905 
No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 1,804 .f 

A ores of grazing- land 14,868 

of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1905 and 1906. 







1906 


uation 


No. of 


Valuation 


9,020.00 


1,450 


$ 6,250.00 


32,405.00 


1,912 


24,232.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
the kind thereof, timber and 
stone 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands . . 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property, Wells- 
Fargo Ex.— Globe Express 



Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 






GOO 



Horses . 
Mules . . 










623 












23 


Cattle . 










2,340 
























14 


Goats . . 




















Musical 


instruments . . . 






61 


Clocks and 


watches ... 






26 


Jewelry, 


gold and silver 


plate, 




diamonds 

stones ... 


and other 


precious 











4,800.00 


9,600.00 


11,828.00 




13,960.00 


3,583.00 




3,605.00 


38,435.00 




38,655.00 


142,760.00 




145,325.00 


361,409.00 




373,137.00- 


216,877.00 




235,877.00 


47,872.00 




57,643.00 


358,850.00 


68.75 


35S,850.0O 


3,641.00 




3,641.00 


7,676.00 


173.00 


7,677.00 


11,936.00 


598.06 


11,993.00 


48,108.00 




51,208.00 


] 2,565.00 


650 


12,780.00 


90.00 






115.00 


23 


115.00 


31,948.00 


2,430 
• 


32,670.00 


70.00 













4,545.00 
. 390.00 



25 



4,630.00' 
480.00 



196 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SUMMIT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THH ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 7,500.00 9,300.00 

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



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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of everv 
description 327 7,680.00 349 7,870.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 300.00 350.00 

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



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 3,860.00 4,100.00 

All other prooertv 9,390.00 10,230.00 

Bank stocks or shares in any 



bank 



Total $ 1,375,653.00 $ 1,424,178.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment $ 1,375,653.00 $ 1.424,178.00 

Number of military polls 288 312 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



19' 



TELLER. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof, placer 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims — 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Other property returned by State 
Board of Equalization 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



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

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



ENT FOE 


THE YEARS 


1905 


AND 190f). 


1905 
No. of 


Valuation 


1906 
No. of Valuation 


5,952 $ 


16,374.00 


7,499 


$ 37,380.00 


77,505 


77,505.00 


78,184 


78,440.00 






4,223 


49,340.00 




35,850.00 




46,220.00 




30,275.00 




73,435.00 


26,655 


756,322.00 


21,715 


693,784.00 




1,245,440.00 




1,372,823.00 


39,825.0 


2,342,407.00 


35,927 


2,139.264.00 




1,501,070.00 




1,635,560.00 




5,051,320.00 




5,947,880.00 


109.330 


1,008,511.00 


109.50 


1,081,529.00 




5,620.00 




7,588.00 


102.82 


13,334.00 


407.60 


13,353.00 


2,248.88 


49,817.00 


2,535.40 


57,779.00 




359,118.00 




307,785.00 




10,043.00 




6,452.00 


1,511 


39,840.00 


1,600 


42,390.00 


44 


855.00 


32 


690.00 


11 


115.00 


12 


60.00 


7,449 


88,633.00 


7,764 


88,818.00 


4 


20.00 


48 


120.00 


94 


486.00 


154 


620.00 


8 


25.00 


10 


50.00 




95.00 




30.00 


729 


56,565.00 


804 


48,745.00 


637 


8,981.00 


432 


5,423.00 




11,506.00 




3,685.00 




6,901.00 







198 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



TELLER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OP THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



No. of 



1905 



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

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stocks or shares in any 
bank 

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

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



Valuation 



2,000.00 



No. of 



1906 



Valuation 



175,000.00 




y,500.00 


•■>.). 970.00 






1,220.00 




• 


S96 "5.00 


916 


20,455.00 


310,960.00 




318,795.00 


2,385.00 




3,420.00 


105,775.00 






7,965.00 




2,850.00 


9S.200.00 




72,800.00 


_ 845.00 










$ 13,483,223.00 




$ 14,303,545.00 


. 298,452.00 




353,056.00 


% 13.154,771.00 




$ 13,950.489.00 


3.202 


3,362 





AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 199 

WASHINGTON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of 


1905 

Valuation 


No. of 


1906 

Valuation 


6,392 


$ 63,920.00 


6,562 


$ 65,620.00 


526,264 


328,715.00 


524,126 


496,237.00 









594,385.00 


40. 


12,326.00 




1,059.00 




2,648.00 


56. 


12,710.00 




700.00 




78,358.00 


3,835 


635.00 


30 


270,532.00 


25,431 


41,762.00 


27,478 


2,266.00 


844 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, grazing 
and agricultural 53,100.00 51,070.00 

Improvements on rublic lands 10,060.00 10,600.00 

Town and city lots 861 6,509.00 774 6,064.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 23,170.00 23,555.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 40.35 594,385.00 40.33 592,995.00 

Other railroad property 12,326.00 12,349.00 

Miles of telegraph lines : — 

Miles of telephone lines 2,648.00 56.00 3,410.00 

Average value of merchandise 12,710.00 13,185.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures , 700.00 800.00 



Horses 3,489 78,358.00 3,835 83,010.00 

Mules 27 635.00 30 905.00 

Asses 

Cattle 24,909 270,532.00 25,431 266,034.00 

Sheep 33,388 41,762.00 27,478 41,123.00 

Swine ' 621 2,266.00 844 3,428.00 

Goats 

All other animals ' 

Musical instruments 68 2,430.00 74 2,515.00 

Clocks and watches 67 575.00 77 705.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
ston es 190 .oo 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 5,165.00 2,750 00 



1'IMI BIENNIAL REPORT 

WASHINGTON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THB ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



('ash value promissory notes. 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



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



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 401 5,955.00 418 6,470.00 

Household property 3,014.00 10,039.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 6,220.00 7,158.00 

Bank stocks or shares in any 

bank 



Total $ 1,526,214.00 $ 1,700.212.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 46,287.00 55,723.00 



Total net assessment $ 1,479,927.00 $ 1,644.489.00 

Number of military polls 253 290 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 201 



WELD. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 1 

1905 
No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 220,506 $ 

Acres of grazing land 956,152 

Acres of coal land 5,806 

Acres of oil land 



THE YEARS 


1905 


AND 1906. 


aluation 


1906 
No. of Valuation 


3,984,430.00 


223,218 


$ 4,022,870.00 


1,443,610.00 


954,572 


1,456,630.00 


160,(30.00 


6,294 


219,630.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof „ — 



Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 942,630.00 984,330.00 

Improvements on public lands 10,120.00 12,080.00 

Town and city lots 573,630.00 617,195.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 1,005,610.00 1,091,805.00 



247.61 


2,842,792.00 


275.13 


2,894,339.00 




44,822.00 




48,219.00 


1,096.76 


34,578.00 


1,496.43 


36,197.00 


910.06 


94,124.00 


4,509.19 


111,402.00 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... \ 

Average amount of capital em- f 449,230.00 499,060.00 

ployed in manufactures ) 

Horses 13,322 444,800.00 13,740 473,030.00 

Mules 634 30,860.00 745 33,570.00 

Asses 

Cattle 37,090 403,740.00 36,361 369,350.00 

Sheep 54,624 87,430.00 40,437 72,630.00 

Swine 1,994 9,190.00 2,260 9,780.00 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 698 28,720.00 712 37,050.00 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, f 2,o80.00 2,420.00 

diamonds and other precious \ 
stones ) 



202 BIENNIAL REPORT 

WELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

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 in- 
debtedness 

109,450.00 112,240.0<J 

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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every* 
description 4.265 94,360,00 4.313 101,880.00 

Household property \ 

Libraries I 318,240.00 323,180.00 

Furniture and fixtures i 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 106,000.00 121,820.00 

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



Total 5 13,221,676.00 113,650,707.00 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 3S0.2O0.OO 417,350.00 



Total net assessment $12,841,476.00 $13,233,357.00 

Number of military polls 2,892 2.S93 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



203 



YUMA. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT 



No. of 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands 
kind of land thereof . . 



md the 



Improvements on public lands 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 






Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals . . 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



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

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



FOR THE YEARS 

1905 

Valuation 



580,377 $ 520,775.00 



40.51 



6,538 
306 

42,603 
3,500 
3,356 



1 
100 



52,755.00 

7,335.00 
36,970.00 

63,630.00 



599,548.00 
12,206.00 



1905 and 1906. 

1906 
No. of Valuation 



594,563 $ 626,235.00 



40.51 



3,140.00 


90. 


31,095.00 




900.00 




152,655.00 


6,869 


8,460.00 


612 


445,650.00 


38,864 


5,250.00 


593 


12,495.00 


5,884 


100.00 




3,815.00 


114 


135.00 


1 



IS, J 60.00 



51,875.00 

7,285.00 

36,655.00 

67,615.00 



599,548.00 
10,951.00 

5,690.00 
33,925.00 

151,700.00 
9,945.00 

325,635.00 

885.00 
20,160.00 



4,210.00 
10.00 



.00 



20,090.00 



204 BIENNIAL REPORT 

VIM A— Concluded. 

ABSTRACT8 OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 
No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory no1 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



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



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

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 714 13,955.00 S81 15,375.00 

Household property 1,280.00 14,730.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 17,500.00 16,540.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ 2,007,809.00 $ 2,019,119.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 148,410.00 150,665.00 



Total net assessment $ 1.S59.399.00 $ 1.S6S.454.00 

Number of military polls 596 802 









AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 205 

RECAPITULATION OF ALL COUNTIES. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 2,910,405 $28,159,713.00 2,917,132 $32,374,862.00 

Acres of grazing- land 11,820,686 14,136,842.00 11,384,341 15,658,593.00 

Acres of coal land 206,119 3,801,142.00 233,341 4,232,042.00 

Acres of oil land 6,800 131,000.00 6,800 125,500.00 

Acres of other mineral land 

and kind thereof 45,933 i31, 594.00 39,724 199,986.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 15,844,846.75 17,983,567.50 

Improvements on public lands 806,401.00 944,798.00 

Town and city lots 82,801,265.00 79,406,151.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 63,420,530.00 66,742,622.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 7,840,181.00 9,349,113.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 5,147,807.00 5,453,040.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 9,158,329.00 9,017,671.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by State Board of Equaliza- 
tion 4,466 18,168,969.00 5,194 48,311,912.00 

Other railroad property 1,049,465.00 1,010,012.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 588,313.00 630,082.00 

Miles of telephone lines 1,818,516.00 2,266,745.00 

Average value of merchandise 16,037,420.18 16,234,983.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 2,762,693.82 2,942,830.00 

Horses 196,845 4,898,912.50 202,992 5,344,996.00 

Mules 8,250 250,420.00 8,446 268,612.00 

Asses 623 4,075.00 608 4,556.00 

Cattle 960,496 10,504,909.50 948,885 9,603,449.00 

Sheep 1,054,126 1,659,289.00 1,065,505 1,712,086.00 

Swine 38,562 133,427.00 46,179 162,628.00 

Goats 18,335 32,345.00 15,648 27,783.00 

All other animals 4,554 48,267.00 5,840 49,334.00 

Musical instruments 25,473 1,819,016.00 26,945 1,870,551.00 

Clocks and watches 23,190 330,208.00 23,704 310,893.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 423,041.00 401,469.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 4,597,138.00 3,867,523.00 



liOi; BIENNIAL REPORT 

RECAPITULATION OF ALL COUNTIES— Continued. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 

1905 • 1906 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 166,655.00 164,930.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 629,660.00 478,240.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 442,620.00 405,111.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 12,245.00 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 70,909 1,796,548.50 72,131 1,933,391.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 7,948,366.00 10,202,792.00 

Libraries 10,415.00 10,730.00 

Furniture and fixtures 3,478,301.00 2,759,442.50 

All other property 9,198,790.44 8,800,519.35 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 5,592,702.00 5,534,916.00 

Stock or shares in any corpor- 
ation doing business in the 
state 219,152.00 179,120.00 

Acres of state land 11,892 13,257.00 10,970 339,592.00 

Acres of various other land.... 836,327 365,867.50 882,672 1,225,855.00 



Total $357,280,655.19 $368,543,028.35 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitu- 
tional amendment of 1904 9,174,074.00 12,298,481.00 



Total net assessment $348,106,581.19 $356,244,547.35 

Changes in various counties 1,135,782.10 



$349,242,363.29 

Number of military polls 106,145 74,293 



■:, 















; 



\ 




STATEMENT 



Showing the Rate of Tax Levy for General and Special Purposes, 
for the Years 1876 to 1906, inclusive, 



AND 



ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENTS 

Of State, by Counties, from 1877 to 1906, inclusive. 



School ol Oil i 

! | nun 

Stock tnspectlou 

tapltol 

i apitol Building Bonds, Sinking Fund. 

It, War Debt 

'i ■■ ' B ■ 

Round I p and tm section 
For Spanish-American VTai 

hi- londi Sinking 

■ 
Total Levy In Will 
Miiitai ) Poll Pt i ''.'i'ii i 

i.i \ led on Cattle only. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING THE KATE OF TAX LEVY FOR GENERAL AND SPECIAL 
!\7S 1ST9 1880 1881 1882 1SS3 1S84 1SS5 188G 1SS7 1888 



FOR THE YEARS 1876 TO 1906, BOTH INCL1 SIVlv 
1891 1892 1893 ISM 1S95 1896 *1891 



3 1-2 3 1-2 



18-80 



2 13-: 



3-:m 2 13-30 2 1l-> 



l-I 



-5 1-5 



1-5 1-5 1-5 1-5 1-5 

1-5 1-5 1-3 1-3 1-3 



1-5 1-6 



-15 1-13 



9-20 8-16 8-10 



1-5 1-5 



7 6 5 17-30 5 17-30 5 4-15 5 4-13 5 17-30 4 4 4 4 

I 50 J 50 $ 1 00 J 1 00 S 1 00 t 1 00 $ 1 00 $ 1 00 S 1 00 S 1 00 { 1 00 






/ 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

Drawn Against the General Incident Fund, 



AND 



STATEMENT of OUTSTANDING BONDS 



Date 
1905 


Jan. 


31 


Jan. 


31 


Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


2 


Feb. 


2 


Feb. 


2 


Feb. 


3 


Feb. 


3 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 211 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1905. 
No. Name Amount 

490 Smith-Brooks Printing Co $ 861.99 

497 James Cowie 120.00 

498 J. L. Moorhead 40.00 

563 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 67.20 

569 June L. Hilton 200.00 

570 M. E. Melvin 200.00 

658 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 103.63 

659 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 168.40 

669 James Cowie 254.12 

670 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .60 

671 United States Express Co .... 20.10 

672 Press Clipping Bureau 9.50 

673 Otis B. Spencer 5.00 

674 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express .75 

675 Oscar Sorenson 1.95 

676 James Cowie 4.65 

677 Pierce & Zahn .40 

678 Pacific Express Co 20.15 

679 Western Union Telegraph Co 5.86 

680 Western Union Telegraph Co 10.52 

681 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 145.00 

682 Colorado Telephone Co 14.05 

683 American District Telegraph Co 4.70 

6^4 Remington Typewriter Co 12.15 

6«5 Republican Publishing Co 60.85 

6^6 A. S. Carter 2.55 

687 Improved Mailing Case Co 39.88 

688 Loveland Reporter 3.29 

689 Hattie E. Stevenson .50 

704 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 2,923.97 

705 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 715.94 

706 Republican Publishing Co 11.55 

708 Republican Publishing Co .39 

719 James Cowie , 248.00 

720 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 117.21 



12 



BIENNIAL KKPORT 



Date 

1905 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


Jl 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


14 


Feb. 


14 


Feb. 


14 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


28 


Mch. 


1 


Mch. 


3 


Mch. 


10 


Mch. 


11 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AH A INST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1905— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

721 W. H. Klstler Stationery Co 28.06 

~22 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 160.67 

723 L. B. Swanbeck 120.00 

724 A. C. Montgomery 15.00 

725 W. C. Baker 25.00 

726 Charles L. Spencer 25.00 

727 Oscar Sorenson 2.50 

728 Haswell Drug Co 5.90 

729 A. S. Carter 17.65 

730 Colorado Telephone Co 13.25 

731 The Pacific Express Co 2.29 

732 Wells, Fargo Express Co 7.32 

733 Globe Express Co 30.33 

734 James Perchard 10.00 

735 E. McCrillis, Secretary 28.50 

736 Katherine L. Craig 20.50 

741 Republican Publishing Co 1.84 

742 Out West Printing & Stationery Co 80.00 

743 Western Union Telegraph Co 8.36 

1025 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 604.13 

1052 James Cowie 51.25 

1207 Percy S. Rider 138.20 

1230 James Cowie 79.00 

1251 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1.456.96 

1291 James Cowie 10.00 

1319 J. L. Hilton $ 100.00 

1320 Mrs. M. E. Melvin 100.00 

1321 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 122.99 

1322 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 217.50 

1323 Remington Typewriter Co 56.05 

1324 American District Telegraph Co .60 

1325 Colorado Telephone Co • 3.50 

1326 Western Union Telegraph Co 24.50 

1327 Smith Premier Typewriter Co 173.00 

1328 Republican Publishing Co -1-4 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 



213 



Date 
1905 


Mar 


16 


Mar 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


1G 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


1G 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 


17 


Mar. 


17 


Mar. 


21 


Mar. 


25 


Mar. 


25 


Mar. 


29 


Mar. 


30 


Mar. 


30 


Mar. 


30 


Apr. 


7 


Apr. 


7 


Apr. 


10 


Apr. 


17 


Apr. 


18 


Apr. 


18 


Apr. 


19 


Apr. 


19 


Apr. 


24 


Apr. 


24 


Apr. 


24 


Apr. 


24 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1905— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

1329 Colorado Springs Gazette Co 42.14 

1330 Record-Stockman Publishing- Co 63.25 

1331 Pacific Express Co 32.53 

1332 Globe Express Co 24.35 

1333 City Transfer Co , .50 

1334 The Railway World.... 4.00 

1335 The Crystal Co 4.80 

1336 John H. Gabriel 12.00 

1337 Katherine L. Craig- 7.10 

1338 Dr. F. N. Carrier 11.98 

1339 Otis B. Spencer 20.40 

1344 Colorado Office & Bar Fixture Co 155.50 

1345 E. L. White 38.80 

1346 Pierce & Zahn 5.00 

1355 James Cowie 75.00 

1356 George H. Angell 100.00 

1367 James Cowie 38.00 

1402 Jesse E. Buell 20.00 

1403 James Cowie 27.25 

1421 James Cowie 60.00 

1429 Pueblo Chieftain 40.42 

1430 Republican Publishing Co 9.00 

1431 N. C. Miller 10.20 

1621 James Cowie 330.00 

1628 James Cowie 101.00 

1673 H. W. Hannum 24.35 

1733 James Cowie 40.00 

1794 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 26.00 

1795 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 39.10 

1804 James Cowie 132.00 

1805 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1,183.26 

1820 E. L. White 20.25 

1821 Katherine L. Craig ,.... 1.45 

1822 Poor's Railroad Manual Co 10.00 

1823 William B. Dana & Co 2.00 



214 



BIKXXIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE 1905— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1905 

Apr. 24 1824 City Transfer Co .50 

Apr. 24 1825 A. S. Carter 11.00 

Apr. 24 1826 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 466.27 

Apr. 24 1827 Press Clipping Bureau 3.70 

Apr. 24 1828 Mills Publishing- Co 45.00 

Apr. 24 1829 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 66.53 

Apr. 24 1831 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 5.65 

Apr. 24 1832 Colorado Telephone Co 14.45 

Apr. 24 1833 American District Telegraph Co 8.10 

Apr. 24 1834 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 3.45 

Apr. 24 1835 Western Union Telegraph Co 14.93 

Apr. 24 1836 Wells Fargo Express Co .35 

Apr. 24 1837 Globe Express Co 38.72 

Apr. 24 1838 Pacific Express Co 12.82 

Apr. 24 1843 John Harris 20.00 

Apr. 26 1872 H. G. Clark 6.50 

Apr. 26 1873 Marie D. Young 16.65 

Apr. 26 1874 Hallie M. Spruance 16.65 

Apr. 26 1875 Velma C. Likens 16.65 

Apr. 26 1876 Economist Publishing Co 2.00 

Apr. 29 2026 James Cowie 83.00 

May 1 2066 James Cowie 14.00 

May 5 2111 James Cowie 100.00 

May 5 2112 J. E. Buell 79.15 

May 6 2126 Zelda Knowlton 46.65 

May 6 2127 N. C. Miller 6.95 

May 9 2148 James Cowie 49.00 

May 17 2245 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 401.60 

May 17 2246 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 1,018.52 

May 17 2247 Katherine L. Craig 3.25 

May 17 2248 Laura H. Cowan 25.00 

May 17 2249 Mills Publishing Co 42.75 

May 17 2250 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 197.98 

May 17 2251 Republican Publishing Co 30.98 

May 17. 2252 Globe Express Co 10.29 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



215 



Date 
1905 


May 


17 


May 


IT 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


17 


May 


24 


May 


24 


May 


24 


May 


24 


May 


24 


May 


24 


May 


24 


May 


29 


May 


31 


May 


31 


May 


31 


June 


1 


June 


2 


June 10 


June 12 


June 12 


June 12 


June 


13 


June 13 


June 13 


June 13 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1905— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

2253 Pacific Express Co 27.19 

2254 Wells-Fargo Express Co .54 

2255 Western Union Telegraph Co 21.75 

2256 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 6.34 

2257 American District Telegraph Co 3.05 

2258 Colorado Telephone Co 14.85 

2259 Remington Typewriter Co 14.75 

2260 A. S. Carter 4.00 

2261 Press Clipping Bureau 13.00 

2262 Chas. W. Bishop 16.35 

2263 Clason Map Co 50.00 

2264 Ann Hunt 14.85 

2265 J. S. Stahl & Co 233.10 

2266 J. S. Stahl & Co 14.50 

2305 Vernon McKelvey 175.00 

2306 J. S. Stahl & Co 5.55 

2307 Chas. W. Bishop 8.35 

2308 James Cowie 101.00 

2309 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co. 57.50 

2310 Mills Publishing Co 110.00 

2311 Globe Express Co 30.68 

2352 James Cowie 37.00 

2478 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

2479 Howell T. Pershing, M. D 100.00 

2480 S. D. Hopkins, M. D 100.00 

2540 Jesse E. Buell 125.00 

2554 James Cowie 10.00 

2660 Chas. L. Spencer 140.00 

2712 W. H. Montgomery 50.05 

2713 S. H. Wood 200.00 

2714 A. C. Montgomery 200.00 

2724 James Cowie 132.00 

2725 I. B. Melville 1.25 

2726 M. E. Stubbs, County Clerk 10.00 

2727 Mrs. M. H. Griffith 45.97 



216 



BIENNIAL It I : PORT 



Date 
1905 


June 15 


June 17 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 19 


June 20 


June 23 


June 23 


June 23 


June 23 


June 23 


June 23 


June 29 


June 29 


July 3 


July 3 


July 3 


July 3 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1905— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

2743 R. R. Leese 11.80 

27G4 Jesse E. Buell 22.00 

2767 Gazetteer Publishing Co 40.00 

27G8 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 3 57 

2769 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 86.75 

2770 W r . H. Kistler Stationery Co 153.38 

2771 Western Union Telegraph Co 5.06 

2772 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.51 

2773 American District Telegraph Co 4.05 

2771 Colorado Telephone Co 13.95 

2775 Remington Typewriter Co 32.45 

2776 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co .75 

2777 Pacific Express Co 46.06 

2778 Wells Fargo Express Co 17.00 

2779 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 85.54 

2780 Mills Publishing Co 64.20 

2781 Colorado Office & Bar Fixture Co 88.00 

2782 Denver Novelty Works & Electric Co 20.00 

2783 Burroughs Adding Machine Co 375.00 

2784 Katherine L. Craig 4.80 

2785 Dr. F. N. Carrier 11.10 

2786 Economist Publishing Co 1.00 

2801 Geo. Riblet 21.25 

2819 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 986.40 

2820 N. C. Miller ,. 5.70 

2821 James Cowie 40.00 

2822 Denver Lithographing Co 208.00 

2824 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1.098.35 

2829 James Cowie 114.00 

2881 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

2882 Jesse E. Bueli 125.00 

3060 James Cowie 12.00 

3062 C. E. Hagar 24.00 

3063 Jesse F. McDonald 29.80 

3064 Globe Express Co 2.58 



Date 
1905 


July 


6 


July 


6 


July 


8 


July 


18 


Aug 1 . 


31 


Dec. 


14 


Dec. 


16 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


IS 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


IS 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


IS 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


IS 


Dec. 


18 


Dec. 


m 


Dec. 


22 


Dec. 


22 


Dec. 


22 


Dec. 


22 


Dec. 


23 


Dec. 


26 


Dec. 


26 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 217 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1905— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

3095 Mrs. M. H. Griffith 75.00 

3096 Chas. L. Spencer 69.00 

3118 James Cowie 75.00 

3222 S. P. Raber 2.50 

3625 Zelda Knowlton 53.35 

4914 James Cowie 153.75 

4940 E. L. White 50.60 

4942 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 213.28 

4943 County Court, Arapahoe County 8.80 

4944 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 74.00 

4945 Western Union Telegraph Co 11.48 

4946 Globe Express Co 23.32 

4947 Wells-Fargo Express Co 1.00 

4948 Colorado Telephone Co 12.42 

4949 Remington Typewriter Co 108.00 

4950 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 70.76 

4951 J. S. Stahl & Co 1.00 

4952 Press Clipping Bureau 7.00 

4953 Clason Map Co 1.50 

4954 Oscar Sorenson 2.50 

4955 Katherine L. Craig. 4.10 

4956 Geo. Tritch Hardware Co 18.45 

4957 John P. Doyle 28.40 

4958 H. C. Charles .25 

4959 Ira R. Sides, Clerk County Court 13.25 

4960 Montrose Press 2.66 

4961 Pacific Express Co 89.78 

4962 Alex. J. Strachan, Assessor 5.00 

5002 Mary A. Hewitt 6.75 

5003 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

5004 Globe Express Co 6.77 

5005 Western Union Telegraph Co 9.85 

5007 James Cowie 50.00 

5012 M. H. Griffith 75.00 

5013 Colorado Telephone Co .30 



218 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 
REVENUE 1 906— Concluded. 
Date N Name Amount 

Dec. 26 5014 Colorado Ice & Storage Co 

Dec. -o 5015 News-Times Publishing Co .28 

Dec. 26 5031 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 1,242.40 

Tolal ? 34.443.0B 









AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 219 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENLTE 1906. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1905 

July 19 730 Smith-Brooks Printing- Co $ 108.57 

July 20 73S James Cowie 60.00 

July 20 741 Ballenger & Richards 60.00 

July 20 742 Adams Express Co 2.00 

July 20 743 Globe Express Co 12.65 

July 20 744 Pacific Express Co 16.48 

July 20 745 Western Union Telegraph Co 9.46 

July 20 746 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.93 

July 20 747 Colorado Telephone Co 5.45 

July 20 748 American District Telegraph Co 7.00 

July 20 749 Remington Typewriter Co 5.00 

July 20 750 J. S. Stahl & Co 1.00 

July 20 751 Republican Publishing Co 21.21 

July 20 752 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 63.20 

July 20 753 Mills Publishing Co 20.00 

July 20 754 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 454.55 

July 20 755 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 372.61 

July 20 756 Otis B. Spencer 2.90 

July 20 757 City Transfer Co .50 

July 20 758 Hamilton Armstrong, Sheriff 2.60 

July 20 759 Press Clipping Bureau 7.00 

July 20 760 Katherine L. Craig 1.45 

July 20 761 Association of Officials, Bureau of Labor Statistics 

of America 8.00 

July 20 762 Clason Map Co 16.66 

July 20 763 Jesse E. Buell 36.30 

July 20 764 Charles L. Spencer 20.00 

July 22 777 Sayre-Xewton Lumber Co 135.00 

July 24 779 Colorado Telephone Co 1.00 

Aug. 3 797 R. R. Leese 125.00 

Aug. 4 800 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

Aug. 4 801 Mrs. M. H. Griffith 75.00 

Aug. 4 802 James Cowie 122.50 

Aug. 7 804 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 8.00 

Aug. 7 805 Gazette Publishing Co 5.00 

Aug. 7 806 Ballenger & Richards 12.00 



L"_M» BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE 1906— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1905 

Aug. 7 807 E. L. White 51.55 

Aug. 7 SOS J. S. Stahl & Co 17.75 

Aug. 7 809 News-Times Publishing Co 5.80 

Aug. 12 S23 Walter T. Brown .*... 75.00 

Aug 1 . 15 840 James Cowie 128.00 

Aug. IS 850 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 381.36 

Aug. IS S51 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 301.73 

Aug. 18 852 Record-Stoekman Publishing Co 51.82 

Aug. IS 853 Mary R. Hewitt 9.75 

Aug. IS 854 Alexander Nisbet, Sheriff 1.00 

Aug. 18 S55 Katherine L. Craig 1.00 

Aug. IS 856 Clason Map Co 3.50 

Aug. 18 S57 Press Clipping Bureau 2.00 

Aug. IS 858 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

Aug. IS S60 J. S. Stahl & Co 5.55 

Aug. IS S61 Remington Typewriter Co 5.75 

Aug. 18 S62 American District Telegraph Co 7.80 

Aug. IS S63 Colorado Telephone Co .20 

Aug. IS S64 Western Union Telegraph Co 21.34 

Aug. 18 865 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co L98 

Aug. IS 866 United States Express Co 1.54 

Aug. IS 867 Pacific Express Co 1.56 

Aug. 18 S68 Globe Express Co 10.88 

Aug. 18 869 James Cowie 59.00 

Aug. 30 907 James Cowie 120.00 

Sept. 5 916 R. R. Leese 6.30 

Sept. 11 919 Jesse E. Buell 1S.00 

Sept. 11 920 Mrs. M. H. Griffith 75.00 

Sept. 22 1017 James Cowie 60.00 

Oct. 3 1067 James Cowie 240.00 

Oct. 3 1068 James Cowie 40.00 

Oct. 3 1069 James Cowie 32.50 

Oct. 4 1071 J. E. Buell 24.90 

Oct. 5 1072 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 235.71 

Oct. 5 1073 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 45.00 

Oct. 5 1074 Western Union Telegraph Co 25.71 



Date 
1905 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


. 5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


12 


Oct. 


13 


Oct. 


14 


Oct. 


14 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 221 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

1075 Katherine L. Craig 2.95 

1076 Dr. F. N. Carrier, Treasurer 1.50 

1077 W. R. Ramsey 7.00 

107S M. J. Spears 66.45 

1079 Adams Express Co 1.30 

1080 Globe Express Co 44.11 

1081 Pacific Express Co 11.51 

1082 Wells-Fargo Express Co 1.15 

1083 American District Telephone Co 7.65 

1084 Colorado Telephone Co 22.75 

1085 Remington Typewriter Co 5.00 

1086 Republican Publishing Co 20.86 

1087 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 44.10 

1088 Mills Publishing Co 20.00 

1089 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 491.25 

1090 News-Times Publishing Co 6.68 

1091 Cadwell Blue Print & Supply Co 4.05 

1992 Denver Photo Material Co 54.00 

1114 T. W. Jaycox .* 100.00 

1117 Mrs. M. H. Griffith 75.00 

1119 Walter F. Brown 165.00 

1123 The Banks Law Publishing Co 2,486.58 

1125 J. L. Moorhead, P. M 127.00 

1129 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 288.50 

1131 Western Union Telegraph Co 11.67 

1132 United States Express Co 1.24 

1133 James Williams & Co 600.00 

1134 Colorado Telephone Co 14.10 

1135 American District Telegraph Co 9.35 

1136 J. S. Stahl & Co 1.00 

1137 Mrs. Nettie E. Caspar 18.10 

1138 William Thomas 11.80 

1139 Clarence E. Hagar 11.85 

1140 Miss Anna Rand 21.70 

1141 Geo. E. Hannan 33.50 



Date 

1905 




17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct 


17 




17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Oct 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


15 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


K 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


27 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


17 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


I 


Nov. 


3 


Nov. 


9 


Nov. 


10 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


11 



BIENNIAL B 

1. 1ST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906-Continuetf. 
No. Name Amount 

1142 Mis.^ Leila Espy 

1143 J. K. Brown. Sheriff 1.35 

1144 Oscar Sorenson .90 

1145 Haswell Drug Co 2.60 

1146 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 547.73 

1147 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 306.79 

114S Press Clipping- Bureau 9.10 

1149 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 53.62 

1154 Wells-Pargo Express Co 1.25 

1155 Pacific Express Co : 19.51 

1156 Globe Express Co 16.51 

1194 J. E. Buell 125.00 

1195 J. K. Brown. Sheriff 1.35 

1196 Emma W. Andrews 16.50 

1197 A. C. Montgomery 27.50 

119S Banks Law Pub. Co 570.00 

1199 Mills Publishing Co.' 417.00 

1200 James Cowie 4S.0O 

1204 James Cowie 230.00 

1205 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 45.94 

1206 M. H. Griffith 75.00 

1207 E. L. White 35.00 

1206 Samuel H. Wood 200.00 

1230 Geo. P. Steele 150.00 

1234 James Cowie 233.00 

1235 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 139.64 

1236 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 

1237 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 98.00 

1238 N. C. Miller. Attorney General 

1239 . Katherine L. Craig 2.35 

1240 Globe Express Co 9.05 

1241 Wells-Fargo & Co 56-81 

1242 Western Union Telegraph Co 1S.05 

1243 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 17.13 

1244 American District Telegraph Co 10.85 



Date 
1905 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov 


11 


Nov. 


11 


Nov 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Nov 


17 


Nov 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Nov. 


17 


Dec. 


2 


Dec. 


2 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 


5 


Dec. 

1906 

Jan. 


8 

4 


Ja n . 


5 


Jan. 


9 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


:-2 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 223 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

1245 Colorado Telephone Co 3.60 

1246 J. S. Stahl & Co 7.20 

1247 L. C. Smith & Bro 92.25 

1248 Record-Stockman Publishing- Co 52.44 

1249 Republican Publishing Co 3.57 

1250 Press Clipping Bureau 2.55 

1251 The Haswell Drug Co 3.20 

1252 The Crystal Co 3.20 

1253 News-Times Publishing Co 32 

1254 J. M. Rhoads 8.00 

1255 Colorado Ice & Storage Co 1.25 

1257 Jesse E. Buell 66.65 

1258 F. A. Moss..... 93.30 

1259 J. Gibson Smith 5.00 

1260 F. A. Moss 155.00 

1261 M. J. Spears 13.50 

1262 Poor's Railroad Manual 12.50 

1263 Pettes Cycle Co 27.85 

1264 D. A. Lord 4.50 

1265 James Cowie 78.00 

1266 James Cowie 73.00 

1277 M. H. Griffith 75.00 

1278 Jessie C. Farrar 66.00 

1280 James Cowie 81.00 

1282 James Cowie 61.00 

1291 James Cowie 65.00 

1508 James Cowie 50.00 

1514 James Cowie 40.00 

1559 James Cowie 160.00 

1617 Western Union Telegraph Co 21.81 

1618 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 156.66 

1619 James Cowie 64.00 

1620 Postal-Telegraph Co 5.73 

1621 Globe Express Co 22.49 

1622 Colorado Telephone Co 16.55 



BIENNIAL UK PORT 



Date 
1906 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


12 


Jan. 


15 


Jan. 


15 


Jan. 


16 


Jan. 


16 


Jan. 


19 


Jan. 


19 


Jan. 


19 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


16 


Feb. 


17 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

1623 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 

1624 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co „ 

1625 A. S. Carter 

1626 News-Times Publishing Co .28 

1627 Railway World 4.00 

1628 Lottie Surveying Instrument & Supply Co 2.50 

1629 James M. McCreery, Sheriff 18.80 

1630 Peck Delivery Co .80 

1631 Post Printing & Publishing Co 67.07 

1632 J. E. Buell , 14.00 

1633 Adams Express Co 2.70 

1653 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 75.40 

1656 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 849.70 

1660 J. S. Stahl & Co 7.85 

1661 Press Clipping Bureau 3.00 

1699 James Cowie 165.00 

1702 James Cowie 124.00 

1703 A. C. Montgomery 202.00 

1926 M. H. Griffith 100.00 

1931 James Cowie 203.00 

2053 George P. Steele 150.00 

2062 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1,459.90 

2065 James Cowie 122.00 

2069 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 440.20 

2070 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 189.99 

2071 Chieftain Printing Co 25.70 

2072 News-Times Publishing Co 10.29 

2073 Denver Post 22.49 

2074 Denver Novelty Works Co 20.00 

2075 Press Clipping Bureau 7.00 

2076 O. B. Spencer 1.35 

2077 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 70.48 

2078 J. S. Stahl & Co 6.75 

2079 Remington Typewriter Co 10.00 

2081 Colorado Telephone Co 12.25 



1906 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


20 


Feb. 


2* 


Mch. 


1 


Mch. 


1 


Mch. 


2 


Mch. 


2 


Mch. 


3 


Mch. 


10 


Mch. 


14 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 225 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

2082 American District Telegraph Co .70 

2083 Western Union Telegraph Co 25.05 

2084 United States Express Co , .16 

2085 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .30 

2086 Pacific Express Co 15.78 

2087 Globe Express Co 8.04 

2088 Adams Express Co 237.54 

2089 R. R. Leese 1.00 

2090 Katherine L. Craig . 4.10 

2091 E. L. White , 47.97 

2094 Railway World 1.20 

2095 Cisler & Donehue 18.60 

2096 W. A. L. Johnson, Treasurer 15.00 

2097 Sachs-Lawlor Machinery & Manufacturing Co 4.13 

2098 Wells-Fargo Express Co 36.09 

2101 Robert J. Haguet, Treasurer 10.50 

2288 James Cowie 141.00 

2319 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

2320 Wm. B. Dana Co 2.00 

2336 Denver Lithographing Co 80.00 

2337 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 12.50 

2347 James Cowie 20.00 

2424 James Cowie ' 140.00 

2470 James Cowie 60.00 

2496 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 397.30 

2497 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1,145.36 

2498 Colorado Springs Gazette Co 27.52 

2499 James Cowie 192.00 

2500 James Cowie 100.00 

2502 James Cowie 32.00 

2507 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 180.23 

2508 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 3.00 

2509 Globe Express Co 65.22 

2510 Pacific Express Co 1.53 

2511 Western Union Telegraph Co 18.13 



22C BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906-Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

2512 Colorado Telephone Co 10.30 

2513 Remington Typewriter Co 116.70 

2514 Record-Stoekman Publishing Co 7818 

2515 Press Clipping Bureau 5.00 

2516 O. B. Spencer 2.90 

2517 Peck Delivery Co 3.63 

2518 M. Gluckman 20.00 

2519 Highlands Artesian Water Co 9.00 

2520 A. E. Meek Trunk & Bag Co 3.00 

2521 A. E. Howe 126.00 

2522 C. P. Link 98.00 

2523 A. J. Strachan 98.00 

2524 R. R. Leese 1.10 

2525 Mary Wright 24.80 

2540 First National Bank 520.00 

2576 C. P. Link 126.00 

2577 A. E. Howe 91.00 

2578 Samuel H. Wood 200.00 

2581 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

2582 A. J. Strachan 63.00 

2583 R. R. Leese 2.20 

2584 Globe Express Co 1.75 

2585 Pacific Express Co 4.02 

2754 James Cowie 85.00 

2755 M. E. Stubbs 10.00 

2756 Alexander Nesbitt 1.00 

2757 Remington Typewriter Co .60 

2760 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 19.34 

2782 I. B. . Melville 141.00 

2815 James Cowie 40.00 

2862 James Cowie 60.00 

2908 James Cowie 56.00 

2909 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 459.00 

2910 Smith-Brooks Printing Co S99.24 

2911 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 3.00 



Date 




Mar. 




Mar. 


80 


Mar. -20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


2" 


Mar. 


ao 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


2-;, 


Mar. 


ao 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


20 


Mar. 


X 


Mar. 


29 


Mar. 


29 


Mar. 


29 


Mar. 


31 


Mar. 


31 


Mar. 


3! 


Mar. 


31 


Mar. 


31 


Apr. 


Q 


Apr. 


o 


Apr. 


2 


Apr. 


2 


Apr. 


2 


Apr. 


4 


Apr. 


6 


Apr. 


11 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 227 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

2912 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 214.04 

2913 Western Union Telegraph Co 28.77 

2914 Wells-Fargo Express Co 48.27 

2915 Globe Express Co 8.17 

2916 Pacific Express Co 4.13 

2917 American District Telegraph Co .40 

2918 Colorado Telephone Co 14.37 

2919 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

2920 Remington Typewriter Co 7.50 

2921 J. S. Stahl & Co 4.00 

2922 Record-Stockman Publishing Co S5.73 

2923 O. B. Spencer, Clerk Court 5.00 

21/24 Kendr ick Book & Stationery Co 1.00 

2925 News-Times Publishing Co 5.90 

292G Peck Delivery Co .40 

2927 Mary R. Hewitt 12.60 

2959 Charles M. Crowder 119.00 

2960 A. E. Howe 119.C0 

2961 C. P. Link 119.00 

2966 Western Union Telegraph Co 4.27 

2967 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 83.40 

2991 E. F. Rundlett 160.00 

2992 John M. Saxton 220.00 

2993 Chas. L. Spencer 19.35 

3148 Zelda Knowlton 100.00 

3149 J. E. Buell 10.00 

3150 James Cowie 46.00 

3256 A. C. Montgomery 125.00 

3257 I. B. Melville 200.00 

3258 Jesse E. Buell 31.50 

3259 John M. Faiden : 11.00 

3260 Wm. W. Wright, Jr 7.00 

3261 Highlands Artesian Co 6.00 

3269 James Cowie 168.00 

May 16 3394 C. N. Crouder 126.00 



Date 

1906 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


14 


Apr. 


18 


Apr. 


18 


Apr. 


18 


Apr. 


19 


Apr. 


19 


Apr. 


27 


Apr. 


27 


Apr. 


27 


Apr. 


30 


Apr. 


30 


Apr. 


30 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


5 



228 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE 1906-Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 
1906 

May 16 3395 C. P. Link 154.00 

May 16 3404 A. E. Howe 140.00 

May 17 3416 Smith-Brooks Printing: Co 946.67 

May 17 3417 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 84.60 

May 19 3434 Chas. L. Spencer 49.65 

May 19 3435 Adams Express Co 

May 19 3436 Wells-Fargo Express Co 60.53 

May 19 3437 James Cowie 9.50 

May 19 3438 R. R. Leese 11.00 

May 19 3439 E. L. White 74.49 

May 19 3440 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 167.12 

May 19 3441 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 128.25 

May 19 3442 Globe Express Co 11.77 

May 19 3443 Pacific Express Co 15.74 

May 19 3444 Western Union Telegraph Co 19.43 

May 19 3445 Western Union Telegraph Co 9.83 

May 19 3446 American District Telegraph Co 8.90 

May 19 3447 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 6.65 

May 19 3448 Colorado Telephone Co 9.70 

May 19 3449 Republican Publishing: Co 68.12 

May 19 3450 Press Clipping Bureau 4.00 

May 19 3451 A. S. Carter .20 

May 19 3452 O. B. Spencer 5.00 

May 19 3453 Highlands Artesian Co 3.00 

May 19 3454 News-Times Publishing Co 26.16 

May 19 3455 Alex Nisbet, Sheriff 

May 19 3456 Peck Delivery Co 8.00 

May 19 3457 James Cowie 265.00 

May 21 3461 Record-Stockman Publishing Co S3.19 

May 29 3687 James Cowie 152.00 

June 9 3823 Chas. L. Spencer S1.35 

June 19 3907 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 118.10 

June 19 390S Smith-Brooks Printing Co 356.42 

June 20 3921 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 227.22 

June 20 3922 News-Times Publishing Co .41 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



229 



Date 
1906 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 20 


June 23 


June 25 


June 30 


June 30 


July 9 


July 16 


July 17 


July 18 


July 18 


July 18 


July 18 


July 18 


July 18 


July 18 


July 18 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

3923 Press Clipping Bureau 7.15 

3924 Underwood Typewriter Co 82.25 

3925 American District Telegraph Co 9.15 

3926 Mills Publishing Co 128.92 

3927 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .45 

3928 Western Union Telegraph Co 6.18 

3929 Remington Typewriter Co 142.75 

3930 Globe Express Co 60.81 

3031 Pacific Express Co 1.75 

3932 Adams Express Co 7.94 

3933 E. L. White 60.57 

3934 T. K. Brown, Sheriff 1.35 

3935 Denver Omnibus & Cab Co 2.00 

3936 J. E. Buell 84.00 

3937 G. W. Campbell 54.08 

3938 Colorado Telephone Co 16.59 

3940 James Cowie 269.00 

3941 James Cowie 78.00 

3942 Martha J. Spears 33.75 

3943 Martha J. Spears 49.35 

3944 N. C. Miller, Attorney General 22.67 

3966 James Cowie 55.00 

3989 James Cowie 60.00 

4183 James Cowie 26.00 

4184 R. R. Leese 2.15 

4245 James Cowie 60.00 

4347 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 110.41 

4362 James Cowie 83.25 

4367 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 400.61 

4368 Western Union Telegraph Co 14.65 

4369 Wells-Fargo Express Co .80 

4370 United States Express Co 1.26 

4371 G. W. Campbell 116.00 

4372 Globe Express Co 2.07 

4373 J. S. Stahl & Co 1.00 

4374 Pacific Express Co 1.52 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued . 

Date No. Name Amount 

1906 

July 18 4375 Mrs. D. Litzenburg 20.00 

July 18 4376 Remington Typewriter Co .75 

July 18 4377 E. H. Park 13.25 

July IS 437S A. S. Carter 1.50 

July 18 4379 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 79.70 

July IS 43S0 News-Times Publishing Co 5.81 

July 18 4381 Colorado Telephone Co 16.51 

July 18 4382 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .25 

July 18 4383 American District Telegraph Co 10.80 

July IS 4384 Gazeteer Publishing Co 45.00 

July 18 4385 William J. Hamilton 15.00 

July 18 4386 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1.90 

July 24 4448 James Cowie 89.00 

July 24 4449 George Bachenburg 26.64 

July 24 4450 J. F. Wright 6.00 

July 24 4451 Colorado Telephone Co .25 

July 24 4452 James Cowie 6.00 

July 31 4639 James Cowie 91.00 

Aug. 10 4782 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 95.00 

Aug. 10 4783 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 16.50 

Aug. 10 4800 Walter T. Brown 75.00 

Aug. 14 4837 James Cowie 63.00 

Aug. 16 4849 George Bachenburg 10.00 

Aug. 16 4850 Globe Express Co .90 

Aug. 16 4851 Denver Novelty Works 20.00 

Aug. 16 4S52 Western Union Telegraph Co 1.47 

Aug. 16 4853 Peck Delivery Co .25 

Aug. 16 4S54 Adams Express Co 3.75 

Aug. 16 4855 Colorado Telephone Co 4.40 

Aug. 16 4856 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 72.24 

Aug. 16 4S57 J. S. Stahl & Co 11.50 

Aug. 16 4S58 A. K. Brown, Sheriff 1.35 

Aug. 16 4859 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 6.10 

Aug. 16 4860 Highlands Artesian Water Co 8.00 

Aug. 16 4861 American District Telegraph Co .20 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 231 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1906 

Aug-. 16 4862 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 118.65 

Aug-. 16 4863 News-Times Publishing Co .19 

Aug. 25 4915 J. P. Wright, Jr 900 

Aug. 25 4916 James Cowie 151.00 

Aug. 30 4937 Western Union Telegraph Co 11.22 

Aug. 30 4938 American District Telegraph Co 11.70 

Aug. 30 4939 Colorado Telephone Co 4.15 

Aug. 30 5141 Walter T. Brown 75.00 

Sept. 4 5157 Geo. Bachenburg 100.00 

Sept. 5 5159 James Cowie 56.00 

Sept. 19 5310 James Cowie 106.00 

Sept. 24 5356 James Cowie 97.00 

Sept. 24 5357 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 255.48 

Sept. 26 5365 M. J. Spears 170.40 

Sept. 28 5385 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .65 

Sept. 28 5386 American District Telegraph Co 9.25 

Sept. 28 5387 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 99.00 

Sept. 28 5388 Mills Publishing Co 417.00 

Sept. 28 5389 G. W. Campbell 62.00 

Sept. 28 5390 Chas. L. Spencer 28.34 

Sept. 28 5391 Adams Express Co 3.35 

Sept. 28 5392 Wells-Fargo Express Co .78 

Sept. 28 5393 Western L T mon Telegraph Co 30.87 

Sept. 28 5394 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 224.80 

Sept. 28 5395 Press Clipping Bureau 14.40 

Sept. 28 5396 E. L. White 29.83 

Sept. 29 5550 O. B. Spencer 11.05 

Sept. 29 5551 Highland Artificial Water Co 8.00 

Sept. 29 5552 M. Gluckman 14.00 

Sept. 29 5553 Ballenger & Richards 36.00 

• 

Sept. 29 5554 Chas. W. Reitler 15.00 

Sept. 29 5555 Colorado Telephone Co 33.05 

Sept. 29 5556 Remington Typewriter Co 9.20 

Sept. 29 5557 J. S. Stahl & Co 1.00 

Sept. 29 5567 Walter T. Brown 75.00 

Oct. 1 5579 James Cowie 80.00 



Date 
1906 


No 


Oct. 


1 




Oct. 


- 


5851 


Oct. 


25 


5903 


Oct. 


25 


5904 


Oct. 


25 


5905 


Oct. 


-" 


5906 


Oct. 


25 


5907 


Oct. 


25 


5908 


Oct. 


25 


5909 


Oct. 


25 


5910 


Oct. 


a 


5911 


Oct. 




5925 


Oct. 




5926 


Oct. 


30 


5927 


Oct. 


30 


5928 


Oct. 


30 


5929 


Oct. 


30 


5930 


Oct. 


30 


5931 


Oct. 


30 


5932 


Oct. 


30 


5933 


Nov. 


o 


6135 


Nov. 


19 


-- 


Nov. 


24 


6301 


Nov. 


26 


6311 


Nov. 


■•>- 


6312 


Nov. 


27 


6313 


Nov. 


27 


6314 


Nov. 


27 


6315 


Nov. 


27 


6316 


Nov. 


27 


6317 


Nov. 


27 


6318 


Nov. 


27 


6319 


Nov. 


27 


6320 


Nov. 


■ 


6323 


Nov. 


2S 


6324 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
Name Amount 

Record-Stockman Publishing C< 

James Cowie 

Globe Ex;: 39. 90 

J. S. Stahl & Co 11.10 

American Fixture Co 31.97 

Wells, Farg-o & Co 1.00 

Burroughs Adding Machi 

Globe Express Co 1.35 

Western Union Telegraph Co 10.34 

American District Telegraph Co 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co ' 138.07 

R. R. Leese 

James Cowie 15.00 

German Pencil Co 113.58 

Press Clipping Bureau 3.20 

Remington Typewriter O 3.50 

Colorado Telephone Co 

Pacific Express Co 4.4> 

G. W. Campbell 4S.00 

Record-Stockman 111.28 

Walter T. Brown Butt 

James Cowie 685.00 

G. W. Campbell 100.00 

James Cowie 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co. 21.45 

American District Telegraph Co 9.06 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .53 

Colorado Telephone Co 53.23 

Globe Express Co 10.38 

Wells-Fargo Express Co 1.20 

N. C. Miller 

Chieftain Printing Co 13.76 

Press Clipping Bureau 

Western Union Telegraph Co 70.15 

Pacific Express Co 



Date 

1906 


Nov 


28 


Nov 


28 


Nov 


28 


Nov 


2S 


Nov 


28 


Nov 


28 


Nov 


28 


Nov 


28 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


m 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 


Nov. 


30 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 233 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1906— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

6325 Record-Stockman Publishing- Co 103.48 

6326 Remington Typewriter Co 10.90 

6327 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 13.03 

6328 Underwood Typewriter Co 5.25 

6329 Scott Supply & Tool Co 42.80 

6330 Mrs. D. Litzenburg 60.00 

6331 Shwayder Trunk Manufacturing Co 2.50 

6332 A. S. Carter 1.10 

6467 News-Times Publishing Co .74 

6468 J. S. Stahl 5.80 

6469 M. E. Stubbs 43.00 

6470 Charles W. Bishop 10.00 

6471 News-Times Publishing Co 6.62 

6472 J. S. Randall 9.00 

6473 Colorado Springs Gazette Co 13.76 

6474 Otis B. Spencer 8.45 

6475 Ballenger & Richards 6.00 

6523 James Cowie 20.00 

6528 W. T. Brown 75.00 

6574 James Cowie 18S.00 

6578 Henry J. Hersey 150.00 

6627 Record-Stockman 687.50 

6637 Queen City Typewriter Hospital 3.50 

6638 Colorado Ice & Storage Co 2.50 

6639 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 12.22 

6640 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 89.40 

6641 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 26.00 

6642 Wells-Fargo & Co .90 

6643 The Crystal Co 1.45 

6644 Otis B. Spencer 9.60- 

66-15 Highland Artesian Water Co 12.00 

6646 W. A. Hover & Co 5.55 

6647 M. A. Shute 6.50 

6648 G. W. Campbell 100.00 

6649 Globe Express Co 2.25 



L'-'U BIENNIAL KEPGBT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE 1<*>6— Concluded. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1906 

Nov. 30 6650 E. L, White 19.90 

Nov. 30 6651 Emma W. Andrews KM 

Nov. 30 66-52 W. C. Baker SuOf 

Nov. 30 6653 H. H. Werley 20.75 

Nov. 30 6654 Press Clipping Bureau 2.30 

Nov. 30 6674 Western Union Telegraph Co 9.65 

30 6680 James Cowie 20.00 

Nov. 30 66S6 Wells-Fargo A Co 18.60 

Nov. 30 6687 Globe Express Co 1.00 

Nov. 30 6688 Republican Publishing Co 77.05 

Nov. 30 6689 American District Telegraph Co 10.95 

Nov. 30 6690 Pacific Express Co .46 

Nov. 30 6691 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 2.3-S 

Nov. 30 6692 Western Union Telegraph Co 

Nov. 30 6693 Colorado Telephone Co 36.44 

Nov. 30 6694 James Cowie MM 

Nov. 30 6695 W. C. Sanders 75.00 

Total, 1906 ? 42.622.S4 

Total, 1905 24,443.08 

Grand total $ 67,065.92 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



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