(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of the Various ..."

Google 



This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project 

to make the world's books discoverable online. 

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. A public domain book is one that was never subject 

to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books 

are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. 

Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the 

publisher to a library and finally to you. 

Usage guidelines 

Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Public domain books belong to the 
public and we are merely their custodians. Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing tliis resource, we liave taken steps to 
prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. 
We also ask that you: 

+ Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for 
personal, non-commercial purposes. 

+ Refrain fivm automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine 
translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. We encourage the 
use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. 

+ Maintain attributionTht GoogXt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find 
additional materials through Google Book Search. Please do not remove it. 

+ Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Do not assume that just 
because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other 
countries. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of 
any specific book is allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner 
anywhere in the world. Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. 

About Google Book Search 

Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Google Book Search helps readers 
discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. You can search through the full text of this book on the web 

at |http: //books .google .com/I 



,d,Google 



I 




Lvsic i 



! 'i 



J 

87 



D,in„d=, Google 



i,i,z,d, Google 



,d,Google 



D,„i,z,d, Google . 



PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 

OP THE 

STATE OF WISCONSIN 

BEING THE EEP0KT8 OP THE VARIOUS 

State Officers, Departments and Institutions 

For the Fiscal Term ending Tune 30, 1902 



VOLUME IV 



MADISON, WIS. 
Democrat Printing Company, State Phintei 



D,gM,zed.yGOOgIe 



,d,GoogIe 



PUBLIC DOCUMENTS. 

FOR I901-1902. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME I. 



r's Message. 
Report' of the Secretary of State. 
Report of Ihe Slite Treasurer. 
Keport of the State Superintendvat. 
Report of tbe Railroad Commlsaloner. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME II. 



Report of tbi^ CcmmiBsloner of Lal)or StatlstiCH. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME III. 



Report of the Attorney General. 

Report of the Dairy and Food CommlsBioner. 

Report o( the Slate Board of Control. 

Report of the Free Library Commission. 

Report of the State Board of Health. 

Report of Ihe Geological and Natural History Survey. 

Report of Ihe Supervisor of Inspectors of Illumlnatinf; Oils. 



166293 

D,„i,z,d, Google 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV. 



Heport of the Com miss loner ot Banking. 
Report of the Adjutant General. 
Report of the Quart»ru) aster Oeneral. 
Report ot the Commissioners ot Public Lands. 
Report or the Regents of the Univeislty 
Report of the Regents of Normal Schools. 
Report of the State Board of Arbitration. 
Report of the Commissioners ot Fisheries. 
Report ot the Mllwaultee Hospital for the Insane. 
Report of the Inspector of Schools for the Deaf. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BANK EXAMINER 



STATE, PRIVllIE UNO SAVINGS BANKS 



OF WISCONSIN. 



Compilation Showing: the Condition of all Banks in the Stat£ 
at the Close of Builness on November 25, 1902. 



Digitized .yCOOgle 



WISCONSIN BANKING DEPARTMENT. 



Marccs C. Bebhh, Hank Examiner Viroqua. 

W. H. Richards, Deputy lia»k F.xnmincr Black River Falls. 

Albbrt B, Kuolt, AgaiHtont Of}'"'!! J^nnk Examiner Milwaukee. 

Thaddrus Wild, Chief Clerk Milwaukee. 

Hiaa Ida J. Davidson, Clerk and Stenographer Soldier's Grove. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



EEPOKT OF THE BANK EXAMIXEB. 



OkFHE of TIIK ItASK EXAMIXF.K, 

ilAiusu.N-, IkH-cmU'i' f^lli, lit'*-. 
Hon, Robkrt .U. I..\F()].i.f,ttk. 

(!m-crnor of ^Vm-<„w„, 
Sik: I liiive tlie li<miir to sniuiiit hcn'.vith, in lUvuntaiKe 
witli lUt^ ])rovisii>iis of s4'<-li<Jii :;0:;:fr, WiwtTHishi Htatiilcs of 
l*«'.l^, tbo ci^i'litli a.niuial: rr[M;rt of tliis (Icjiai-tinoiit slmwiiifr the 
fiinHtiiiii iif tlie state, [.rivaU* iiiti] ^iiviii^s haiiku nf Wist'un.iin 
at tlio close of linsiiu-ss, ^ovciiilwr :*5th, I'.HIiJ, us coirijiilcd 
fiiiin iTniirts rcc-civoil frriii tlii^ic institutions as of llint date. 
Sin«' the- ilato of liic last annual n't^irt. of tliis ili-nnrfjiicnt on 
l>«x-<'iiil)<>r loth, llJdl, fJic. folloH-i]ijtc]nui{:('s in state anil [.rivato 
banks liavo taken |;la«': 



1 Slate Jiankt. 



N.p». 


Location. 


rBpital. 


*u^«.« State B«r,k 


AoRu-tB 


nyrm <i\ 


ritk.iJ™ Bto^l'nk 


















'["""'rd 
























^:Z^ 














Lake Mills 














'Asm-: :■.::: 






































££?-■■■-■-■■■; 










WiUjee 





















Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Rrporf of Hut Bank Erauihier. 
New Private Bank». 



Ths Abboti>r<>r(l Bank. 



Commercial Bank 

Bank oT Park Falls 

Park Palls Dank 

H.S Uiller. Banksr 

RibLnkoRsDk 

Uank of RoberU 

Beo. Warren Compani' Bank... 
Bank of Wilbea 



Changed from Private to State BanKs. 



Nama. 


Location, 


Capital, 






IIS 000 00 
































w^«SS'!.;:, .;::::::::■ 













Banks w-hicli liav« liquiiliiteO, piiid (l('imMih>rs in full. From 
tlie l«wt iiifuniiatioii at liand, it apiioars. that the banks in 
imiecsa of liquidation wHIl also |iay ilc|M)sit«i*« in full. Sclicdnle 
follows: 

Stale Sank Li'/uidated. 



Namo. 


LocatloD. 


Capilal- 




cFalli 


Rl» 













Privafe Bank* Liquidated. 



N-.„.. 


LocalioD. 


Capital. 




CliatoDilllfl 
9prinBGiwn 


__ 























lifpori fif Ihe Haul- E.rauiiner. 



Increate 


of Capital Stock in State Bank*. 




Mama. 


LooatloD. 


Capital. 






From 130.000 to 
From 30.000 to 


110. ooo 
Vouo 












™"'"'°'"' 











y^umber of banks, November ioth, 1902, Deeembtr 10th, 1901, and A'o 
nembcr SUt, IS'.iS, thuwing the gain in numbere: 





"fii^ 


D«cIO. 


Nov. 31, 

18M. 


e. 


s,r- 


Oain over 

IBM. 


State Banks 

Pri»te tMiiks 


188 


137 


iin 


1 


33 








Toot«l bank* 


ni 


m 


ZiO 




32 


h7 



Tliroe iPiM'>rts wci-e CAliotl for from tlio state, iirivato arnl 
i^aviii^ Laiikrt, liiiiiiig tJip ye-ar, tiit> ajjfirt'giih' of tJie several 
items of rcsouiv<*n mid lial>iliti<*s rejuirti'il on tlie scvenil dat*'S 
being as sliinni in tiie fiillowiiifi' tal)lejs: 





April IS. 160i. 


S«pt. IS. 1902 


Nov. 23. 1902. 




1^,199.514 27 

Lm-OB 79 

2Sl!:«l U 
8,S»l,m9:l 

2ll,t8<02 

u.m.'m o'l 

3.lt».ID3 7t 
2-:887S8 

e, 137 eo 

3i,tl:!2 49 
(t2,7»,7SS 81 


IU.l»1.!t9i 83 

971, ^'.^ 71 
7IO,K2 W 

i.-i:>Z,Sii 9ft 
;«»,Sfl[ 10 

498! «68 12 
H, 910, 1*53 71 
t,040,3(L^ 74 

'■f:|"S 


1:S:g!S 


g?ffi'?.S''"-::::::::::::::::::::- ::.:■■ 








18.8*2. 7M 87 

z.3:ie,ao7 S3 
^l'M^ 78 

48,847 88 
(W, 114,18772 


Bmids.BtMks andaecQiitio* 


iS5^^~;;:;£;:;;i: 






TouJ. 


< . OpM S7 



) :,-^iOO<^le 



;.'.■,""■' "I II"- '•■»"'.■ '"■»'" 





April 11. IB<« 


Sept. W. 190-J. 


Nov. 21, iso:. 


g:EK::;;::;:::::::::;:::;::::::::....:::: 

UoJividocI pmflls 


■tJ,S7>,i86« 
) Z.9tl,lBI35 

30,ii:2 8s.iii 

1.1,211, :-Jl SI 

'■«|L 

^78! »H 7 

aif.jai 4 
«^73r7a'i'Ki 


KW.4'2 so 

I. ..41. uiai 

ilii 

1 im;ui<7b 


IS.^ttlSOU 


&iviiiitsdp|ii»iu 


ir>,siH.k^l ill 
1 ,fl33,tlMI HI 






SaiSiSK::: :::::::: :::::■:: 


si.giua 


RiLls re.<li>rouut«l 

Billa KBrahlB.. 


s^iauw 




isMnsTiiaTT' 


"wfl'nTTirw 




^ 



A n>iiiimris<in ..f rlii' nUnn^ of Xi:V(Mii;:'r iT.tli, VM2. witli 
III. «■ .,f I t.rt'itilicr lOlli. 11)11 1, sli..\i^ ;iii iiuiKisi- ill llii' ^i-vcnil 
items jis fi.ll.iws, d.-wit: 



,..„ 


»«i« !s 


RapiUl. Eurpliia 


"udproflii"::::j 





tW2,^B> %' 
eiU,il.2 SI 
•101. «J 11 



b^i" 




Tol 


at. 


Km.vt 


la 


IS.17S.W8 47 
































IW w 



Hie fiilli.witifi' tahlf sliows tlio pmiipanitivo (■..iKlilimi of j^tiitc, 
jirivalo mill siiviiifirt hiiiiksnu Xiiv(*iii1:t :*.">tli. MiOi, anil iinnii- 
allv sitit't' llif* orgHiiizatiiin nf tliis tlcpartnuiif : 



Pd.yGoogIe 



ReiMrl „f Ihc llmli Kxam 



s ^ 


:3- 




£8C 


3=as 


3tSSSP 


f£8S 


\u 


8SS53=SSSSSS|S: 


-- 1 i 


SSSiSSsSISiSSiSi? 


fiSSsasiHSSi i 


^ 


iS«IS58!>:sW"--" s 


SSSSIS-B'S'srt 5 


1 1 1 -il 


s- - - =•"■-■ jl 


a-s«=- Ij 


§ l=s-[sll 

ii 


i8as!:SS5S56r.Sai! ST 


«SKS$iS5oi^S.£ 1 


eS{S!iS§aiSiiSI E 


^■aisiajsisalE 


2 1 

u 1 




BSSSSmSSSSS'' B 


=i!«r'=S5i=is 


S 






'"=*--■ IS 


r 


I 1 


=--="- |5 


1 58- 


l?l' 


£=3iS3S&3'^Si£azS 1 ^ 


SSS£5SSS.;Ss:i 12 




8i:iS53i?ilSisil|j 


HstiKnmp'i 


a 




§SSB5gSf:SgS8"''»"IS 


.t3S!ir'=5SI>' 3 


11 


jJL 


2 - « =M- 






- 1 


sll 


sssagBsssss 


S^S 




siSSiKHSSS 


sieli 


51 S SS55JS3 ! 


^ 


'1 


iiSSB5S=¥l5: 


S;= 5 


JS g s iSiii ;■ 


& 1 


II 


i ----^ =-•--, i ig 


"" * - Is 


s 1st- 1 isl 


»SSS=3:;5SSSii : .S|» 


" 63 8 ISSS552>" 


:-l 1 


=3is=i=»jS5i;;sl= 


ii 3 uinuli 


s 


ilMisllSSSMMalS 


iS •:■ 5-«issla 


1 1 1 


5 -- 2-^.Ji 


1" 


i-- i -- \i 


S S9- 


1 = 11 


PSS;;KSS9S±z£ : £ 


S5 P S . . ;;^S K 


2 


— 


hII 


iUSSS^HSSSMslS 


ii = 3 i ! ;ais 5 


1 




1 


-zimimm\m 


Si 1 i H m i 








B — : is 




r 


S5~ 


"1 


ss.issas-jESs r :a|S 


55 P S : . iSSi S 




Si8S5§S5S55i;al6 


Ks S 5 M issi S 


s 




II 

[1 


iimmmii\'m 


IE = 5 1: :6iS 5 





1 


g -•-"■ -•-•-•_;! =- 


i"" a = 


! arlslj 


S£«S3o3SZSS£ : :3 3 


«£ S S : 1 :SSZ|5 


SiaisasSiSti ; ;s s 


S3 i inisssis 


^ 1 1 


s:iS5E"s3iisi ; ^s i 


f,s" S s^ \'Hi\i 


1 1 


s -•--■ -■-■-_;: 5 


a^s ;M 1= 










ii; 


.-::;: 




: i^" :;;,::■ : 












.o : ! ' ! 














t U 


■5 ! : ; ; 
^§ i : ; ; 






i : ; i ; i : : ; ; ; ; : 




-1 = 


1 




f ;-s 


'liny 




i MtMiNNN 




Ml 


iinji 




5 ^S2l--=Ui:: : 




iiii^ iiniif i 

III » 51;-: ! « 


3 :|s:|5si!.5| !.i i 

lifUJIIilll 1 




i^i 








ja^ 


Hi 




MiSlllliil 



iaCoO'^lc 



viii lieporl of the Baaih Examiner. 

As has been the custom in former years, tlie national bflntcs 
of Wisconsin, (100) one hundrtxl in number, were reqnested to ■ 
favor this department with a copy of tlie report, lyadc by tJiem 
to the ooraptroller of tlie ciirreney en November 25th, 1902, 
lieing ihp dat^ on whioh the rejwrta of state, private and sav- 
ings banks wei'o made. From the data thus obtained, compil- 
ation is niado showing; the r^Mourtc* and liabilities of all tho 
banking institutions of the state: national, state, private and 
savings, on Xcvember 25th, 1(102, and their c.imparative cim- 
dition one year and isix years ago, or in ISJUi. llic latter year 
was selected for ];iiiposeo of conl]^al^s:^n, being the lowest mark 
since tho ei-eation of this department. It will be olwerved that 
tho buHine.^s of batiks has more, than doubled sinire that memor- 
able jicriod of general industrial distress. The (le|xisits have 
increased in the intervening six yeaiB from $(i3,2Hl,5();t.44 to 
$150,3!l(i,*i48.2G, and ihe total re;M>uifes have increased from 
$95,059,!)50.7!) to $111 1,4117, 2.'!2.;t!). 



Pd.yGoogIe 



liepoii of the Haul- Examiner. 



s 


p a s s|8 
3 S S S S 


SE S4 s s e 8 

§ 8 § s = a 


gi 


g S 5 sis 


i" 3 6 a »■ 5 


S B 


gSiS-js 


SB-- -■ 1* 


8 


r 










! i 


3 5 s sle 


E = S 8 = s 


^e 


! S 1 i;llll = « S g 9li II 


H 


3l5llg' 
8 -• • IS 


S S f » i S 




























- -. 1 


S =■ i-5 




S 3 S 8 S S I 


|«f 


3 silk 

i i i 11 


; s i s e 3 1 
s s =■ r s 5" , 


u¥ 


s- f -li 


5 8 - -■ g 




1 






s s s =1= 


K 2 2 8 S S 


s 


S S S i S 


i-iiSH 


s" 


g iii'i 


S S i i S 8 


i 


i-.^|f 


j.B- i 


a s 5 ='s 


5 s a 8 s s 


S S 3 S 6l-» 


S 1 S S 3 8 


rf f s" J" iiS 


1 § S" S B i S 


1 !="'=■ ''ji 


5 8- =■ -■ i 


m 




















M 








































a 




























































2 






























^ 










1 


=■ 


1 




1 








: 1 


1 


II 1 


i 


1 

1 


G 
1 


1 


i 


i 


1 1 


s 


1 


ii 


" 


11 i 


1 1 - i 3 : 
• 1 ' 1 • s 




" g -S H 




{! 


3 ^ J S 


■| i : 1 s " 


£ 


J 1 




= 




1 




I 




II 



,Google 



X il,-},oii- of Ibe Bmh Kmmwer. 

It. is gratifviii)!: ti> call attuiitiim ti. the fiire^iiig tables wliieli 
|)laiuly show tliat t}io bajikiiig; Imsiiieas gi'iierally is iu a flout^ 
ishin^ eiimiition iu Wiw-onsiii. This is pnM)f [Misitive that tJio 
p«^]Je are cnjo^^'injj a ];<'riod of iiiinsual pmsporitv, AVhile tliis 
is* just caus(( fill- eoiigratnlutitni, the haiikor slumld not iorp^t 
that these c<iii<liti(iiis may nut always <initinne, ami shtuild how 
ki Iniilding up his surphis ami foitifyiii"; liiiiiself against any 
emergency, i'mle-r tJie ])revailiiig favorahki e^Miditioiis, the de- 
posits aif ac<nimiilatiii,!r in tJie iMinks aii<l the banker, at times 
ovei-anxioua to loan thcfnnds of the bank, may fail to serutin- 
izti rlie seenrity ua chwely as he shonhl. An infinitely better 
l:i-ac.tice w<inhl t»> to reduw tJie interest on deposits to siicli a 
rate aa would justify him, if iietessaiy, in carrying a lai^r 
re.^erve withirtit hiss to his lank, and insure his making loans 
only wlien the security is ample. 

Tlie rin'onls in this office show the ])rtneipal ean.se of the 
emban-assnient of the Itanks, closeil by tliis department, to have 
hc<-ii tlie making <)f excessive loans tu wrtain individnats or 
finns (rti inadeipialt'seciinty. It would tend to givater seenrity 
in Iwinking if the le^fishitun' would enact a law limiting the 
amount a bank may h>a» to one eorporatitm, firm or individnal 
in jji-ojiortion to the capitalization of the institution. In no 
caso slionhl a bank Iw |>enuitted to hian to one cor])oration, finn 
or individnal an amount so large as to endangt-r the solvency of 
tlie bank in ease such loaii. l)eeame a li>ss to the Imnk. 

The auienduient to the e()nstitntion, whereby the ]>eople have 
del(^ated' to the h'gislatniv the "*])ower to enact a general hank- 
ing law for tJie en-ation of l>anks, and for the regulation and 
aupeiTisifui of the banking business, pn)vide([ that the vote of 
two-thinis oi all the members elert«l to each house to l>e taken 
by yeas and nays l)e in favor of the passage of such law," was 
adopted at the last general ele^-tion by such au overwhelming 
majority as t*) leave no doubt tliat tbe j>e(>ple of tbis state 
strongly favor the eiiaetjnent of a l>anking law tJiat will meet 
the present conditions of the bauking business. It is hope<l tliat 
the niemWrs of the legislature of ]iM);t will fer.'l it inciuiilx'nt 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUU' 



.yn 



nopm-l of Ihc haul Exuminer. xi 

^\k>\\ tliciii U» take \\\\ tJiis work. Tlie iiwi.1 i>f such legislation 
^easily apivareiit. The pxistinj? frafniipntj».r\- laws aro in tlieir 
*'aturo iniiiitivc hut imt roiiieilial. Not luitii a liaiik li«s Ui-omo 
Scviiiusly «-iiil>arTa.sso<l and its capital iiiipain-d. cjiii tlie author- 
ity of tho law Ix' invfiked, ajid tlien it is oftcii tiM> hitc to Hav<^ 
the institution fnmi insolvency. Ilfiuv the* netessity of a new 
law for tlio fji>veniineut and n-jjiilation of Imiiking institutions. 
Such a law, in my o;)inion, slmnlil <Mnta!n. lunon^r othiTS. the 
following pntvisiiins: It ithonld sjucify the niiniunini eash n'- 
si'ive a l>ank slioulil at all times mainliiiu. A limit sliouhl Ite 
jlaeed iijjon the aiiionnt of n-al estate loajw to Ik' eariieii and 
]:i*sibly the toiritoi^- in wliieh sueh loans may lo made. Hanks 
shonlil te iic<]iiired to charge off overdrafts after a sjici-itiel 
mmilrf-r of iiionth:i standing. Loans to oltieers of hanks should 
l.e iiriihihittvl excojit when anthoiized hy a resolutitm of the 
B.-ard of IJii-oetors and entered in tlie IxMik of niiniites used for 
TTcordinfT tlie jii-i.ee!'ding>i of sneli Himvd. Debts dne Ui a hank, 
(.n whieh intt-n-st is [nist due and iin|iaid for a stated [K-riiid, 
unless well se.-uml and in pt-oeess of e.dieetioii, .«lii.iild Ik- 
<las.sed as had itehts, and n^it e;nint«'d iimimfj the a.^sets of the 
bank. 

A few of the many suhjwts are mentioned hen' njMin whieh 
limitations shouhl W j>lnee<l alon^ smJi conservative lines as 
\rill l»est serx'e to piwteTt the inteifst of tJie de]>o«itors and the 
hanker as well. 

It is with frreat iilea-iiire that I avail myself of this o[)i>ortun- 
ity of <-xj>n'Stting my higli apjtreeiatioii: of the prompt and uni- 
fonnly omrtenis nsiionse, on the ]>art. of the otticei's of all 
banks, to the demands nmdebv this olRce, 



While some of our veri' K'st Wnka are eondneted as private 
hanks l>y individuals or firms, there are many serions objections 
to their continuing aa now conducted. Where a private hanker 
ha'" no other business and devotes his entire time to Imnking, ho 
will probably eondnct his hank in a'safe and business-like mai 



-.ooi^le 



xii Repoi-t of llii: Bank Exammer. 

ner, hut tlio fawt that tJip death of tlio owiieT or any oiio of tiio 
owners of u private bank will foi-cc its olosiiig, tliereby subject- 
itip hia or tbeir customers to uniiDeessar\' risk and aunoyanw, 
is in itself sufficient reason why the i)i'esent system or rather 
lack of system sliould be diseontinneci. \Vhpre a private banker 
is enfrafrcnl in otJier enterprise,s, an be iisnalty is, it is difficult to 
keep his private affaire separato from his bank, and to mingle 
his private business witli bis banking business is liable to sub- 
ject die bank and its fluids to risks that may I'esiilt in disaster. 
Yor obvious I'easniis, 1 refrain from (riviiif!; further details why 
the present system of ])rivate banking is object ion able. 1 would 
iTtonimend that a |n-ivale banker l)e nHjnired to designate a 
name for his bank ; and all pr>)|)ei-ty, real or personal, owiiwl by 
suc-li blink lie held in the name of the bank, and not in the name 
of the individual or finn. All of the assets of any private bunk 
ought to ix^ exempt fnim attaehmeiit or exei'iition by any cred- 
itor of such individual or finn until all the liabilities of the 
Imnl: have l)een paid in fnll. Xi> private hanker should lie 
permitted to use any of the fnnds of his bank for bis private 
liiisiness, and the note r>f the f>wner or ow^lel■s of any private 
bank ought not to \v considered or aeeejiteil as a part of its as- 
sets. Kxaminatiun and snpen-ision of private Iwnks can not 
be satisfactorily aeconi)>lished until the banking Unsiness is 
entin'ly se|iarated fmin bis private hnsiness. 



A gi-eat loiis 1o this department lias resulted from the un- 
timely death of my distinguished predecessor, Hon. Edward I. 
Kidd, which occurred mi Febniary i'.')th lust. He, with a iinm- 
her of other public sjiirited citizens, was inslnunental in the 
creation of this de];artnient and no one could have Ix'en more 
Bolieilous for it.s progress and success than he, the first iiu-mn- 
boint of the office of the Hank Kxaminer, With ol>st,icies of 
every description to snniioiiiit, and deriving but little assistance 
fromourd(-fec.t.ivel-»ankiiiglaws,it was only tbi-ongh moral forw, 
finiiness and devotion, aided by sound judgment and gi-eat tact 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUU' 



.yn 



Report of the Hank Examimr. xiii 

— qualitic-s I>a^<><t solciv ii]Mm vig;()Wiiis and, ivitlial, most aiiii- 
al»lr> eliaractoi- — that'tlic dwt'fiw'd wa« alilc so siicct'ssfuily to 
<^>|«* with llie task iitiiMtsoil \\\Mm liiiii. Pmbaltiv iin one Iiad a 
Wlter opiiKil.uiiitv to watdi, follow, juiljic, and as a iTsiiIt t') 
n(1iiiir(> his work, tliaii tlie iimierrtifriKHl, wlio was witii tlie dc- 
C(ai*o<l f rrnii the orpaiiization of this dcpartiiiciit in tlie caimoity 
of Chief Clt'rk, and lattr in lliat of Depntv, am! wlio lias in 
thp nino months last ])ast Iiail tlii' o|ii»ortnnit_v of coniparinfi tlie 
rcnMlition of the lianks now with that, of six and seven years 
a^>. None hav« nioro canse to lament his loss to lliis dei^art- 
iiicnt and to the state, than thnst? who l>v intimate HC([uaintam-<< 
Irariied to know and t<i aj»]»iTciate \\w sterling worth. 

At the eloso of ihe nine nionth« since I ?.ssnnied the duties of 
Bank EximiiiHT and liave emleavored to earn- forward the 
work thiifj projecte<l hy my jiredrt'cssor. it is bnt fittinff that \ 
fhotihl ht're eixx'"'«s* "ly ap];reciatiou «f the vahiahle and faith- 
fnl assistanc-O rendered me by Deimty Bank Examiner, \V. if. 
Richards, Assistant JVimty Bank Kxaminer, A. H. Kuolt, 
(^hief Clerk, Thaddens Wild, and Clerk and Ktenofrraphop, 
UisA Ida Davidson. 

Res])cctfnlly snlnnitte*!, 

iLuK'rs C. IJkk.^u. 

Bank Kxamiiur. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



ABSTRACT 



Reports of State Banks 



OF THE STATE Op WISCONSIN, 



At the uloae of huainesi 


on the 2jth day of November, 1002 
he Bank Examinor'a OfflcB. 


as made to 


n..™,.,.. 


Li>l>ilI<leH. 




lie.H21.789 32 
l.l«7,3a] 00 
81W.436K6 
9J8.0S:> 23 
4!f,t^l IS 

S, 998,013 3U 
m.iM 42 
48..230. 

.i,m.5i2j 

l,7»,0il 18 
l,2r.M:9 3i 

21.420 21 

2:,,76i 71 
"HllM3l II 


Capilnl flock 


„, -s- n 




Surplu- fund 

Undivided iiraQts Is aloes 

IndividDnldopositBgabiPct 


i,aaJ 

20.3 8 
2.1. <C7 
13.fU0 

n, 

117 










9tii«8 




-CB-8 


Fnrnitura and Hiturss 


Ctirtiltcatea uf deposit 


„.» 




Due 1o banks and bankers. 














U, S. aod Ddd nul currPtic) 
ouhauil 

Goldcoin 


Cai'liier^ c1lpck^' outslaod- 

iiiK 

Hills r.-dL-eiiuntpd 


uil! 












Nlckela aod cents 

















Di;;-izp(i::y^i.UUV 



ABSTRACT 



Reports of Private Banks 



OF THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, 



A.t the close of business od the SSth tiny of November, 1902, aa made to tbe 
Bask £xamiDer's Office. 



IioaBB and duoouol 



tenhiu 



Other real estate 

FocnUnrP Biid flilaree 

Booda, slock* >nd ancarititis 

Cub itaini 

Chacks on other banlu 

Dne (nnn bank* aad baaksr 
C. S. and national enrrencj 

Gold coia ,,..,_.,...'.-.'.■■ 

BiliereolD 

Nickels aad oenta 



t}, 110. US S] 
■i.»,On II 

sa.3n 11 

aTI.87J(K 

loj.sn 7< 

Ul.tSi II 

iitOiOT: 



121. ORI » 

si.iti s 



Capital Block 

Surplna fund 

Undi.irted pmflM, Ikps 

IndiTidunl dnpoail* idUpci 

Cnrtlllcalea nf d^poail- . - . - . - 

SaTiDKi deposits 

Doe to baokn and bankers . 

Cartifleit checks 

Cashier's checkaootstandini 

BilU rediscoDDled .... 

BUU parable 

Oilier liabilities 



II.IB.SOOOO 

281, T9» ti 



», 131 12 
IM, 1(0 14 

SI, 014 3S 



OlbarraaoarMH.. 
Total 



.. 113,883,749 OS 



Pd.yGoogIe 



,d,Google 



STATE BANKS. 



Algoma— Bank of Algoma. 



E. DECK£K, ITcKldful 



EDWARD DECKBB, Jr., CuhleF. 



DIBECTORS. 



SUtement, November 2o, 1902. 



■•oatis and dlNcoimta .... 

<)verdrirts 

BxnklnK hoase 

Other rpal eiitBte 

Furniture and nnures .. 
Bonrta. BtDcks and irecurl 

lies 

Cash Hems 

Uue from banks and 

bankera 

O. S. and nallonal cur 

rencj on hand 

Klckrls and wmta 

KetPDu« nlamps 

uilier prraona] property . 

Total 



o.oai 

l.Ml 


02 
00 


80.000 


oo 

26 


55,[>B4 


OB 


(t,4Sfl 
1.981 


?E 


3 


30 


(.■teo.soT 31 1 



I.l«ltlllll«. 

Capital Btopk 

Undivided iitoflta, leaa loH 

ndlvldual drposita sutiject 

Vrtifli-atM at deponlt'.'..'. 
>iie Id bflDka and bankers 
lllla payable 



NAMES OF STOCK HOLDERS. 





I? 


,OCm 00 
















L. Albert Karcl. Kewaun* 
























500 m 






M. T, I'Brker. Algoma... 


tur-.wo oo 











,d,Google 



Amer; — Bank of Amery, 

THOMAS II. rilOMl'SON, I'rvsldent. L. Q. 

DIIIECTORS. 
TboB. H. Tfaampson, I.. Q. Olc 

(ieo. f. Griain. Viei Oico 

M. H, Hollldaj. 

SlatemeDt, November 25, 1902. 



LonnH nnd discounts tr>U.7 

t'Dpald cnpltal lu.OOO 00 

OverdrnftB r.lO sa 

Otb» real Futatp l.HTI) Til 

Fiirnlturp and flitarw ... 2o« OU 
Uonds. »to<'k« and api'iirl- 

tlPS i,a 

CBab rtums fl 

Oliecke on other banks... 3ao i« 
Uue from banks and 

bankers 22,683 SS 

v. R. and natloDHl cur- 
rency on hand 4,82* 00 

Sppclp 1,577 2r. 

NlckPlB and cents 31 05 

Uevenue utaniiia 130 00 

Total $IOO.n40 20 



Capital stock 

Sul'plllS fllDd 

(■Qdlvldt^ liroHts, less luas 

Individual depualts subjWt 

Ortlfli'alFS of detKisli "..'. 
Uue to liaaks and bankers. 



AMES OF STOCKHOLHEUS. 



I H. ThompBOD. I 



TIk 


miiwin, St. 


".";." 


Croix l.'a]l« 


.ii,-,.<t 


Ht. (?r"lx 





ooo 110 

















,d,Google 



Amherst — International Bank. 



A. M. NELSON, Preoldent. 



. II. rOMKltOY, Canlilcr 



DIBCCTOKS. 



Statement, November 2o, IB02. 



Rraoar 


"■"• 


1101,231 S7 


























(bpckH on nllii-r bHoiis 
Dus rrom banks 


and 




V. S. and natloaai 


cur- 
























tua.iiWJ o:! 



Ini'lrldiial dpiiiiHlis aubject 
C'FrtlScat«ii (if deposit.... 



1.104 111 

•2S.fi:i» It 



AMRS OF STOCKI!OI,UKRt 



'. K. K. Tlmlan pnta(". 



ion (lO 

3.1III0 ini 

ion on 

»no 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Arcadia — ^Bank of Arcadia. 

EMIL UAUREB, I'reBldent. JOSEPH BUTR, Caibler. 

DIRECTORS. 



jOfins Biiil dlw 


unit a 




Fiirdilun- and flxtiina ... 


hip rrom 


Man 


and 


r. 8. SDd n 


t!..n«l 


dir- 












Total . 







Statement. November 25, 1902. 

l.lBblllllM. 

r«|.i.Hr 



»12fi 


asr. 


24 


1 






3« 


r.T4 
ail 


61 


tl(!» 


r.:.s 


Mt 





IvirtMl |.r..m». 


f»ii lim» 


Tidiinl dPlHWils 


BllW«Ct 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



Foil I MBnr»r, Ar.- 
J, M. K.TIIS, Ar.ii 
Jnx. Kiiih. .Xnadit 



Pd.yGoogIe 



The Bank of Atheni— Athens. 



A. L. KIELILJTZER, Freeldeot. 



. STRUrP, Cashier. 



H. G. FJleth. 
A, L,. Kreutier, 
C. J. Wmton, 



Statement, November 2;>, 





"■■; 


;:,3uu w 
2.(iH3 no 

.179 90 


umidire aa>l fixture 
le frum banka 


.-.d 


S. and nad.-iiHi 
Tfoey on hand ■ ■ . 


Clir- 















1902. 

LlabllKIn 



Ivld^ pruHIii. Ima limn 



Divilll'liclll llO]! 

Tntnl . 





NAMES Ol." SrOCKIlOI.DEltS. 


Waiisaii 




r,oo oo 


I^His IM-KHTt. M..sln.>e... 
















'Jeo. A, Kronlni-r, Atlipnii, 






:!00 mi 










Si'lilcKi-l. Athei-k 




















Henry IN>inior. Altipna. . , 










































F. llo«». t'aH I'a 




1,700 w. 





,d,Google 



Augusta — Anfusta State Bank. 

jllA I!. IsnAIinil!)!, rrPMld^nt. C. [;, HRAnFOKIl, CaBhier. 

IJIHi:CTOIlS. 

Arulile K. Bradford. 



I cRrs and Aienx 


"B 




KiirnllurF miil n'sVii'mi ' .' .' .' 




R,i:r .""':""' 


"""' - .''.".''; 


XlrkpU nnd .vin- 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlnlilltllPH, 

■opital fitupk $25,(!0(» 00 



\AUKs OF ST(irTvi[iii.i>r:iiK, 

Irn It. IlraafDnl. AiiKiixla. I VAmt-r M. Itrniiroi-d. Air 

Wl« fT^.Min Oil KiisiQ, Wis. 

Archil' K. Ilraiiri.nl. An- Cllniim K. llrniironl. Aii- 

lEiisln. WlH MHMi 01) piKla. Win 

niUrlilw Hrndf.inl. An- 
giisia. Wis. 1 .niiii on I Total 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



Baldwin— Bank of Baldwin. 



A. H. B ABB Kit, President. 



, H, Barber. 
, A. Decker, 

. N. Gorbam, 



DIRECTORS. 



N. B. BAII.Kr, Cashier. 



Kdward i)[n>nka, 
N. D. Bailer. 



Rraonrc 

Lnana and dlacoDiita . 


...,m.8T5 02 






Other real eatate 

Fumltnre and fliturea 
bunds, stocks end aec 


3,140 OU 

url- 






Chwlis oa ..(tHT benkH 
fae from banka 


.„,i '*'' " 


r. .1. and Datinnni 
renC7 oa hand 


■■': IX& To 


.Motels and cents .... 


101 27 


Total 


... 1231,014 04 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LiBbllltlea. 

Capital aCock 

Uadlvlded prunes, lesi loai 

Individual deposits aubjecc 



A. H. Barber. 



NAMES OP STOCKnOI-DEUa. 

fi.noo on 



Wis, 



Wla. 
<. B. 

Wla. 



Uorbani. BBldwIn, 
'BaUer. Baidwln, 
Olnt A. Sangeratad, Batd- 
OH^nr' Ftel'lfeV,' Brookijn, 
J. 'a. L>ecker,' Menomonle. 
Samuel BarteV, Slarfccsan, 

Wis. . . 

Geurse H. 



Id. Wla. 



I'lttm 



4.230 00 
!i.2r>0 00 

2.!>(iO 00 



Minn. 


































200 00 






100 00 


Total 


J5.000 00 



,d,Google 



Baraboo — ^Bank of Baraboo. 



. U£KTEKS. Prtaldeni. 



JACOB VAX ORUEN, Cashier. 



DIBECTORS. 



SUtemeat, November 25, 1902. 



DTerdmlla 

Uankldii houw 

Ilundn. sCockB aod Hecarl- 



aurpEuB fund '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.[ 
l*nolvld«l prodta Jpss loan 

iDdlvlduaJ dc|)ualts subjei't 

CertiHeat™ of deixisU ' ! ' ! 
Savings dppuKlts 



)i'd»n. Rarabon. 



IM.IOO fMl| 



STOCKHOr-HEttS. 

M. Van Ordm, Bara- 



i 



,d,Google 



state Banks. 



Barroa — Bank of BarroB. 



T. J. McLKAN, Prealdeni. 



Roonrces. 



Loans and diaiTOUDts 

UTerdrsf tB 

KsDklns bouse . . - . 



C. J. BORUU, CMhw; 

DIRECTORS. 
^^ C. J. Borum. 

Statement, November 23, 1902. 

LUbllltlH. 

Capital stock laj OOO 



and flxturen 



Fumltui 

tlpH ^ 

Ini» from banks 
t'. S. BDd nation 

rency on band 

Sperie 

Nickels and cents . 

Total 



. »HT,520 ,. 
T2 <i:i 

1.800 UU 

iii.ioa «3 



Individual 

to check 
CertlllcHtrii 



roHtB, I 
eposUa BUbJe<'t 



NAMKS OF STOCKHOLDKRS. 



I M. Borum, Berr 



,d,Google 



Stale Banks. 



Belmont — Belmont State Bank. 



D. h. BIECHER8. President. 



W. H. DOVI.L, CasbkT 



R. W. Brown, 
K. F. Hatei. 
John Huntington, 
D. L. RIechcn, 



Statement, NoTember 25, 1902. 



tjlinB and discounts . . . 

liipBid capllal 


. tT3.780 OG 
, 15,1100 00 

: i-XS S3 

S.341 10 
'. 3.815 00 

'SI 55 

4a 73 

. »iio.r.r.o 2* 


Capital stock 

rnot'vlded" proflf's. 'I'eii ' to™ 

to check 

CertlllcBteB or deposit ... 
Bills psyalilc... 

Total 


«30.000 00 






riirnltiire and flitu™ . 


13.833 5.-1 


CbeckH on otber bankii. 
line from IwnkB an 


5.000 00 


l-.'"«.''"nd'*n,itlonii'Vu 
rency on haad 


■■ 


MfkelB and centi 




Total 


»HO.r.rrfi 34 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



'. HuKheB. Belmont... »1.000 00 

Ilunllugton. Uelmont 2.000 00 

, Chappell. Belmont.. l.OuO Oo 

, «f-/l^ ».i...»h» 4K linn nn 



Wm, Nodolf, Belmont 

Maltle Webster. Belmont . 

C. II. Speth, Belmont 

W. H. Dojle, Belmont... 

" r. Clam. Belmont 

itrlck, Kradsll. 



T. J. Kllpatr 
Wm. Wertelm 



. ElkOi 



Pd.yGoogIe 



. Beloit— Beloit State Bank. 



JOHN PAI-EY, rrvaldent. 



John Pal«7' 
Hfo. D. Campbell, 
Clara H. Paler, 



GEO. D. CAMPBELL. Cashier. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



RMoareea. 

.;iBrR and discounts .... 

tvprilmfta 

-'iirpUnri" nnd nittiirta ... 



Itiii- fni 



1 liaDkH 
l' nftfloiini 



11,45S «a 
31.1150 OX 

2H,3SN m 



:al »3.W,nilO r, 



KUTllim dl>tH>KltH 



-or F 'MoKenney, Mount 

■arro:i, ITI :■ 

•i>H!in [vinl^nilt*. I^onark. 

sliin kiiiknil*'. Clilt-ngo. 



■ STOCKIIOl.DKIta. 

SnmiiL-l It. Hall. MnrrlMn. 



N. Y. 



■lr>ft.. . 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Beloit — The L. C. Hyde & Brittoa. Bank. 

W. M. BRITTAN, Preildent. E. S. GREENE. Caabler. 



W. M. BrlttSD, 
C. L. Brltttn, 
Grace E. BrittsD, 



SUtement, November 25, 1902. 



I^aiiB and dlscounta (256.500 48 

OvenlrartB ».13H 10 

Kurnllnre and fliturei ... 1.300 00 
llODda. aCorkH and aprurl- 

tlea 163. 22S 10 

Checlia on other bankx ... 003 37 
l)ue from bsnka and 

bankers 10n,102 17 

r. 8. and nsMoual cur- 
rency on band 31 -Onu fMt 

Specie lO.Ofl? 30 

KlfkelB and cent* 100 6.'i 

Total $6«l,eriy 17 



Llabllltlra. 

Capital Btork . . ._ (r.O.ooo 00 

L'ndlvlil»d prodtd, ' IPRS loBX 

and exp. sect 16.40r> 1.1 

Individual d^HiBlta aiibjFCt 

to check 2llH.fl04 (MS 

Cerllflcativ of depoRlt 206. 2S2 »S 



■ STOCKHOLDERS, 



. (Irevnn. Itelott 

. Ilwkwell. Itelolt 

I I.. Ilrltlnn. Itelnlt.. 



f.'>0.0<>0 ou 



Pd.yGoogIe 



stale Bankn. 



Benton^Benton 8tat« Bank. 



p. A. ORTON, President. 



W. B. VAIL, CMblec. 



P. A. Orton. 
M&tt. MurphT 
M. B. Coltmao 

Sti 
IxHDH and dlecountH .... 


DIREC 

itement. No 

'307 27 
2,000 00 

37,RH0 00 
2.B.15 00 

31.717 71 

3,027 no 

4,9^0 fi.'> 

21 78 


TORS. 

Jsmei S. Hlrd,. 
Jamn UobIeIh. 

i-ember 25, 1902. 

LlabtllllM. 






Furnilur^ and flxtur«B ... 
llondH. stocks and Mcrurl- 


i;ii3I»l<l«l proflw, ina Iosh 

t" checH :. .. 

Certlflcatfs of deiwglt , . . 


PrvmluDi on bonds 

Cherks on other hanks... 
I>up from banks and 


r. R. and national cur- 




>'ltkel8 and centa 




Total 


S22S.056 49 


Total 



»AHBS OF BTOCKIIOLDERS. 



P. A. Orton. I>ai-1lng(oi 
Matt. Murpby. ^°^°~ 



Bu<-hHD eat at*, 



Jaint^ 3. Hlrd, Benton 

Wm.RalHbeck. Diibugiie. Is. 

Benton 



t'rank M«(cair. Benton... 
M. B. Coltman. Benlon. . . 
K. r.. WlDBkctl, Brnton... 
JameH HoBkLn, Darllntnoa. 

" " a. Darlington.. 

. Diibiique. la. 



. Blndes. 



Total . . 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Black River Falls — Jackson Connty Bank. 



'. F, ODBROOI^. rresliJent. 



JSO. H. MILLS, C'HBhler. 



DIKliCTOIta, 



Frank G. Warren 
Frack Johnson, 
Abel Cliene^, 

F. F. Oderboli, 
Nick And revs, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlnbllltlPB. 



LOflQS 








Kiirnll 
BondB. 


Block B and securt- 


Due 


on other banks 

from bsDka and 


U. S. ana national cur- 
rency oo hand 


Skkel 
Reven 


e Btampa 



$11H.243 M 
S,327 OH 

■A.nim 00 


■ 


''■Z9 51! 




15,170 2S 




4. son 00 
i,07» ar. 




(;i.-,:t.64K ->y 









ll dPIIOMltB Wlhjff 

rk 

cH u( deiiusit . . . 



NAMKS OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Mm. L.S. Arpry. Alma Cent. 
Xiok AndrewB, Alma (-cnle! 
l.ucy A. Brewpr.BI.UIv. Fnl 
»[. I. llraniMn. Itl. Klv. I'nl 
liarld Ilnrkley PBlatc. lliii< 

UlvPT Falls 

(TirlB llw. IHa.* lllvpr Fn) 
(ieo. y. Chiumt, m. IHv. Fal 
FranolB l-o.>|»T. 111. Itlv. lal 
M. I. rhniimnii pHlntv. Ali: 



rppha IL Cole t 



II. K. Carter, IHsm 

Sarah K. Cnllln)c9. Mrlrotie,. 
R. J. Darraw, Chlraen. IH--. 
Rebeiin Uarnall, Itl.Rlv.FallB 

.1. H. Derse. Mllwankee 

M. E Dlmrofck, Bl. Rlv. Falls 

Kdllh M. DavlH. IrvinR 

Maria (). Unvls, Irving 



It iiiv. 

h Slypkietiye. Hlai- ijiki-! 
> Jennie Mi'yorM. Alma Cenler. 
Mrs. K. MHkP. III. Ulv. Falls 
Mary Oderlinla, tIL KIt. FallH 
VA. v. Odi'rtHilC ill. Klr.Fallx 
Clrlih (IdrrlHil 



River FalU 



U'Hea 



:. Itl. R 



I. Bl. 1 



apollK. 

. ... '. FallR 

lieu. A. iiiBoD. Bl. Hlv. Falls 
Klniond O. Overby. Taylor.. 
T. J. OlMiin. Xnrth Branch.. 
C. N. (lulle, Illaek Ulv. FbIIb 

■t. K. Pray, rretoula, Ga 

A. A.l'i'estemoen. Black Klver 

i. Blark RlV. 



Di;;-izp.i:-y^iUUV 



I "el 



And nn 

lOO 00 



100 on 

at\ 00 
i.O 00 



Slate Banks. 



KAMKS OF STOCKHOLDERS— ContlLued. 



Thorwald Gulllc-icnon. Melrose 50 00 

Xoitb l>euell. Disco loo ihi 

Charles Kranx. Bl. Rlv. Falls oOO DO 

W. F. <;eaHDK. Slalden Rock 25 oo 

Harmon Hill. Bl. Rlv. FaliH. ^5 OO 

P. A. Ilegs. Star I^kp. Wts. HO 00 

Ten* Hysiop. i,a Orosae a.50» 00 

E. R. Morswlll. Colfax. Wash. 

CbrlB Jessie, Bl. Rlv. FbIIb.. 

liurus A. Jones. Bl. Rlv. Fails :!0o 00 

Rollln B. JoaeH, Bl. RIt. Falls "" " 

Franb Jotinson. Rl. Rlv. Falls 

W. W. Junes. Trout. Wis... 

W. R. Jones, Kylvan. Minn... 3.-.0 00 

I-. C. Jones. Blai^k Biv. Falls 

Dudli'v W. Jon«^. Black Rlv. 

Falls 200 00 

Jno. B. Klmbnll estate. IMico 100 00 

Albert Kj-bick. Bl. Btv. Falls 50 00 

M. Krati-bwIII. !..& Crosse. , . . 100 00 

I.ottle M. I.ong. Wilson ajo 00 

Frank A. [,ona;. 'Wilson bO 00 

Helpo Lontc. WIIaOD fiO 00 

Mrs. II. W. I..andpbalr, Black 

KiTer Falls 50 00 

A. n. LeldtDKer, Hlxtoa 300 00 

J. B. Miller, Alma Center I,ti00 DoJ 



J. W. Rockwell. Melrose 

J. II. Roddy. MlDiieaiwlls 

Krlck Hlo, Trout 

Anna lllgga. Alma Outer. '. 
Julius Rfiortes, Rl. Rir, Falls 
J. Helchenbach, Wrlgbtsvllle. 
Msit SCeluIwrE, Basbaw 
r. O. Solberg. P" -■ " ' 



PetfT Spre 



;, Pine Hlli 



i-ecer iHprpster, HI.' Hlv. VnW* 
CellH Severeon, fhlcaito. IK.. 
J. a atiebl, Bufford. N I) 
Ellen J. Sutton, Merrillnn. . . 
!>erllp SI, StratloD. Trout. . . 
Trfo n. Seeley. Bl. Hlv. Falls 

Maria n «.„.!.. n- .. .._ 

F. J. ! 
h\ K, 

!.H-VHu„orao,. _ 

■Ilia Weblnier. HI. Rlv. Falia 
j^'rank O. Warren. Warrena. . 
W. n. Zabrte. Mlllslone 

1. Zabrte. MlltstooG 



lOD 00 
iOO Oil 
iS 00 



3no 00 
2r. on 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Slate Banlf. 



BoHobel— State Bank of BoMobeL 



UATT. B. PITTMAN. FrealdcBt. 



B. J. U0BRI8UN, CUhlec. 



OIBBCTOBS. 
Uatt B. Plttmui, R. J. MarrlMn. 

Will. U. ntliDSD, 



Statement, Novemlter 2S. 1902. 



T^nanfi and ^^nrounts 
I'npsld rapltnl . .. 

RBDktni: honse 



rtney on band 

iliPrtr 

SU'kplg and cents 



baiikB and 



34.S0O 01 

2.:>40 IMi 
l.D^A 00 



LlBblltllm. 



IppoKlta subject 
at depusLt .... 



NAMES OF STOCSHOLDERS. 

.. 1112.50(1 on I B. J. Morrison. BoscobeJ . . 



B.51I0 00 

,tz3.oon 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Brodhead— Bank of Brodhead. 

■BNTKK, ('resident q ^ (.^^ 

milECrORS. 



C. N. Carpenter, 
Annie Burnbam. 
¥•. K.. Vanoe, 



ir. !■, Vol 



Statement. November 2i. IBOZ. 



I^npfl nnd dlsoauata . ■ . . 


1137.367 :.7 

3.050 01) 


■i^i^^ut'Si ■nd'"^uVl- 


<-hFcka on ntlier banks . . . 
|)ue from banks and 


3««T« 


r. K. and national cur- 


9.800 00 


xfMlel« and centa 


100 88 



LlabllltlH. 

"iT ] r'apltal jtwk i-.n „ 

M} fndlvlded proflu. Iph Jukb ' 



«U. Bcc-t. 

Ilia) dciKigiti 

<"prHnrnt»B ot (ippoVlt ".'.'. 
I>ne to banks and hanki-ni 



I OF STOCKnOLDEBS. 



Helen Blanchard. Bn>dbead.. 

F. K. Vance. Brodbead 

Amml Burnham. Milwaukee.. 
2 



Fannie J. Davig. It. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Brodhead — Green Count; Bkak.. 

H, C. rt.-TNAM, Trpaldent. A. f 

niRECTOnS. . 



W. B, SKigger. 



B. J. I 



L. W. Terry. 
If. v. IMilnHni. 



RcBoarcea 

-osnK BDil discounts 

IvpniraftB 


"tig 


londa. stockH and gpcurl 


1.500 00 


-hprks IID DIhpr liflaku . . 
IMP from bHDks and 


16 10 


■. S. and aatluDsl cur 


i2.fiR0 00 


N^^klla and c^nia ■;;;.■.;. 


112 92 


Total 


t202..t«n 20 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlBblllllr*. 

CapltHl Block 

Snrploa hind 

T'ndlvldrd pniRta, Iras loas 

and eip. occt 

iDdlrldiinl dproallR (ubln;t 

l.VrllflcatPB ofdeiloBlt '.'.'. 



Total J 202. 396 20 



NAMES or 



11. < 



Tut: 
„ W. Ten 



. llnidlK'nil.. 



■. IlroiHi.'Bd 

r. I,. IVdrlrk. Ilr'Hllii'ail.. .. 

A. B. Filch, llrcidlipad 

N. I). Kitrh. Brodhpnd 

I'. A. Anatln. llrvdfapHil 

l.tvla Honker, Ilmdiipad 

ft. 1. liardnpr. Rrodhpad. . .. 
K"lBtp John Mypra. OaklPr. 

H. K. Ilurnbam. Albany 

W. R. Skinner. IlmdHi-ail 

Wni », Mail. HrodlipBd 

r. y. KprnBlpln. Hrodbpad. . . 

K. Ilahn, ItrcHlVad 

O. E. Tprry, Stimelilon 

Aimn H, Mnciri'. ItriHnii>Md. . . 

.1. L. Ilortcrlpk. Itrmltipnil 

MIsa A. A. WalPB. ItrodliFad. 
C. A. (illTonl. BriHlhPBd 



. II. 



ppk. Itri'dlK'nd.. 



._ , _. HmdliPBd .-I'O on 

Frank I. MiH>rp. Ilrodhpad. . . l.lVIO (HI 

II. a. Mail, Ilrodhpad ..00 no 

X. N, I'Blmpr. IlrodhPHrt l.oiio 00 

N. N. rilmrr & Sun. Itrodhcad .100 oo 

F. !■. SklDRcr. Itrodhpad 100 00 

Haiti* II. Clarke. Brodhpad. . 400 OO 

llnrr SHraKnp. ItrndhMld.. .. 1.000 OO 

T. W, XiiKum. Rmdlipad S^-iOO 00 

.7. A. Ynnnit. Hmdhpad . . . . . 2.r>nO 00 

J. f. IUckoy. !lrodb»ad I.ooo oo 

Mrs. r. Vr. Mattpr, llrndbpad l.OOO 00 

Miiry R. Matter. Rrodhrad... l.ixiO OO 

J. Howeii: llroHhead 1 .000 00 

Mra. I';rnma II. PuRlie, Ox- 

f-ird. la BOO 00 

ICdward II. I'ole, Itrodliead.. 1.100 00 

Total JJO.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Brooklyn— Brooklyn State Bank. 



DANIEU^ WACKUAN, PrealdeDt. 



CHAS. L. WACKUAN-, Cubter. 



DIRECTORS. 



Daniel 'Wackmsa, 
C I>. Packman, 
ZaiB Bttldnln, 



O. W, DoDkler, 
O. I. Tripp, 
Ed. Rutty. 



St&tement, November 2a, 1902. 

LlBbllltlea. 

[tal stack 125,000 OO 



Total (95,818 a 



Indlvldunl depoeltH 



Total 165,8 



F BTOCKH0LKKR8. 



[Mniel Wackiuan, Brookljn.. (-1,000 

\. G. Kills. Brooklyn 2,000 

l-hM. L,. Wackman. Brooklyn 4.a00 O 
IS. I. Tripp. Brooklyn- " " 



.^^..^ ..»>, Brooklji 

ZalB 8. Baldwin. Brooklyi 
EdwlD Rnttj. Brooklyi 



^.600 00 

l.SOO 00 

200 00 



Sriibrn Snyder. Brooklya. . . . 500 00 

Wm, Snyder, Brookiyo ;)00 OO 

8, r,. nutly, Dayton 1 ,000 00 

Albert E^lltan. Bvansvllle ... 1,000 00 

ChaH. S. Baldwin, Brooklya, . I,u00 00 

Fred fhapln, Brooklyn l.oOO 00 

R. H. Baker, Pearl City, HI.. 1,000 00 

Total (25,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bruce — Lambermeii'H State Bank. 



. M. ABI-IN. C»8hler. 



















E. 









Statement, November 25, 1902 c 



corrected December 27, 1902. 

LlabllltleB. 





$20,(H)3 09 

i;48B m 
i.me 00 
'ltd r.o 

''1 1 

(43, .177 31 






I'njiald i-aiiltol slock 


rndivld«<l profits, leaa loas 
and expenw «<t( 












Kurnltiire and Hiturfs ... 


L>rtlHcateB ot <)p|H>Blt .... 


a.'iui uo 


('(iwkH oD olber banks ... 




U. a. and national cur- 

s.^r.:"'..''.r.: .■.■.■;:.■ 




Total 









,d,Google 



stale Banks. 



Bnrlinyton — Bank of Burlington. 



G. C. RASCH, Prralden 



G. C. Rasch. 
Rev. 8. Jacobs, 

K.' D. Klade, 



. SrHNEDERMAN. Cashltr. 



DIRECTORa 



Statement, November 2o. 1902. 



LAaQR and dltxrouDts 



Other Tfai eHtat« 

Furniture aod flxtuivs . 
Oaab Items 
CheckB ( 
Due f r . ___ 

I'. 8. and natlonai 

renry on bond .... 
»prcle 



l.STH ^3 
2,n41 40 
3,273 00 
7,736 66 



Ni<-ki>Is and centH . 



iDdryldiiaT depoBltHBUbjVri 



NAMES OP STOCKnOLnERS. 



n. 8. Rascb. BurllnKtOD.. 

L.. R«ln. BurllnEtOD 

Rev. T. Jacobs. Barllmrton 
8. D. Hlade. Burlington.. 
H. E. Zlrameroian. BarllDg- 



I* H. Rohr, BurllUKtot 
P. C. Klein, Burlington... 

J. E, I>odKe. Madison 

Wm. <!. Ra»ch, Burlington 
Wm Handere. 'Waterford. 
John T. Rice, Waterford.. 

A. Apple, ■Waterford 

M. Btlpe. Bnrlinifton 

Dr. n. ir. Newbury, Bnr- 
I Ington 



11,000 _, 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 

200 00 

SOO 00 
500 00 



John T. Prasch. Burling- 


200 00 
600 00 

800 00 
500 00 
300 00 
BOO 00 
10,000 00 


Rev. P. Uaibmalr, Bur- 


ClirlWlne Kol'lar. BnrilDB^ 


W. e! Bibi^cli. Honey 


J.^s.^ST'iiS;":::: 

Mrs, V. c. Hell, Burllng- 
E. U. ■ «Vl,uriir.Vini'ii'i; ' il'u'r 


Total 



,d,Google 



Bnrlinffton — Keinhardt Bank. 



ELISA UEINIIAIIDT. President. EDA MKIXIIARDT, Coabler. 

DIRECTORS. 

Albert MelDbnrdt. 



Eda Uelahardt, 



Stat«ment, November 26, 1902. 



Rcaoarcca. 



IdSDS and 

(>v«rdrartB 
KbhIcIdk ' 



. 1280.253 t 



B ne 



« aaa fixtures &.000 00 
<-becli>< on other banks,., 230 80 

Due from banks 

U. ». and' natloiiai 



Total 



38.474 52 



2,704 10 



B 07 

... f33!),!Ve8 25 



IvIJual deposits subject 

o check 

tiflCHtes of delKwlt 

i l<i bnnks and bankers 



80.302 07 

220.531 08 
1.730 15 



' STOCK HOLDERS. 



Gda Melnhardt, Burllagton. . 



rt Melnhardt, Burllnstoo 500 00 
Total (25.000 DO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Cadott — Citizens' State Bank. 



HKXHY <;OKTZ. Sr., 



<'hati. Orapsle, 



U-VaTKlrr, <-«iiIire 



DIRECTORS, 



II. B. CudtiIdbIiiid 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



l'D|iaid capital 

Itanklntc linuni^ 

Kumiture ODi) flztiir«B . 

Caxh it>>nifi 

IMip from banks a 

hankvrn 

C. S. and notionol c\ 

rpncy on liami 

Sn«t^ 

NIrkela 4nd cents 

[.oKH and oipense accoun 
[nniiranrp urrount 

T.jtal 



* f:;j,()oo oo 



Ini.ivJduHl dviHinlts subjt 
fen in en tea at Aew'iiil't". 



X.VMI 

R. B. Cunningham. Codott 

I>iuta <Jo*-lz. C*'** 

John J. Kalspr Ofldott... 

IhBs. (irasxl^: ll'aHott 

Albert Cirassle., Cadott... 
Henhy J. (loeta, Cadott... 
Theodore Filtz. Cadott . . 
Henry Goets. Sr., Cadott. 

Henry Goeti, Jr. . - - 

(-briBtlan (JoetB. Cadott .. 
Rlnehart (joetz,^ "-adott .. 

s'.'^lfKalBer, "Cftdott ■ . . ■ . 
Frank Coodman. Cadott.. 
A r Bohrnatedt, Cadott. 
I». H- McKenzio. Cadott.. 

K. C. Bnbei-k. Cadott 

John I>lplr1ch. Cadott. .. - 
l^ll*> W, nark. Seattle, 

Wash ■ ■ - ■ 

Peter Kaiser, Cadott .... 



12,0 



. W. FrBBl. Cacloll . 



200 00 




















































































































Total 


(25.000 00 



,d,Google 



Cedar Grove — Cedar firove State Bank. 



. LUND, rreaideot. 



J. G. Land. 
II. B. Betiold, 
John Jungera. 



H. B. BETZOLD, Ciahler. 



DIBECTOBB. 



J. Van de Wall. 



Statement, November 2a, 1902. 



I, nan a RDd dlaro 



3,877 27 
1.8S4 43 



LlabllltlH. 





IndiylduaT ' depoalt 


leas loaa 
aubjai 


Cert 1 flea lea of depi 
Caabler'a checks 


atBtBDd- 





.1. a. Lund. Caabir. Minn, . 

O Lunrt fiinhv Minn 

H. B. 1 

<I, Lammera. Cedar <i 
. Jnn^ra. Ccd»r Gtov.. 



NA.MKS OK STOCKIIOLDEHa. 

A. Tonteloe. Tednr < 



John B. ft H. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Chilton— state Bank of Chilton. 



T. E- CONNEI-I-, Pratd«Dt. 



T. E. CON-\Er.L. Acting C.rt,I.r. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement, NoTember 26, 1902. 



■nd dlnooiinlB 






LQd tlxtiii 



<.*«Bh Hems 

Cbecka od utb«r banks . 
Dae from banks id 

I'- 24. ai><l DatloDal cui 

r«Dr; od baDd 

Sp««l« 

NIckrlB and cpntB 






Llabllltlu. 

'■pltal Block mn-. 

nillvlded pn.Hia. i^w ^gi *' 
and eip. acft. ... 3 

□dividual dcpoalta subjrrt 



DIscouDt aad exrhuiBe '.' 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDEBS. 

T. E. Conoell. Cbllton »8.<00 00|L. A. Klngatoo. MuBkeio 

Uartba J. Connell, Uenomo- ^ _ Cnter .... .... """«" zOO Oft 

nee F«ll> 0.200 00 ' "'"■^ "*' 

*"f?i:7'.^°".""'."T."'°°!' o.aoo oo| ^'•' »^**'' "" 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Clinton — Citizeu' Bank. 



■. DRAKE. President. 



.. HOEULEN'PAH, Cmta 



DIBECTOBS. 



K. B. DuiBtad 

0. E. QllbertBo 
H, A. Moeblen 

Sta 

Reaoarcc-. 

t^ana and discounts 

Unpaid capital 


ement, Nov 

'■S:S 55 

628 31 
IflioOO 00 

100 00 

101 10 

10.009 21 

5:i S 


C. P. Drake, 
F. W. Herron. 

mber 25. 1902. 

Capital alock 

Lndlvldpd pruflta, lens loss 


J25.000 00 


HanklnB house 








i-urnltiire and fliture. 
BoDda, BtucSit and w 


curi: 


(■prtlflcatea of deposit 




'^"''" 










Due from banks 


and 




U. S. HDd national 
rencT on hand . . . 


cor- 
















Total 


(220.73:! 61 


12211.73:! fit 



NAMES OP STOCKUOLDBrS. 
K. B. m„t.i. Cl».» 18,800 00 I r. p, D,.k. ™.»j . . , . . . . 10.000 oo 

% "■ »• ""•""• ""••': 400 0. S: •w.'iS'.S." cii..." : : : a gS 

B, A. M..bl„,.«. ClWon.. 8.S00 00 j ^_^^_^ .Bt.OoO 0„ 



,d,GoogIe 



Staie Banks. 



Colby— Colby State Bank. 



ERA3TUS BOWKN, Prealdeot. 



K. ANDREWS, Cighler. 



Eraatoe Bo wen. 
On II en A.j«tb, 
Andrew I^metson. 
William Johnston, 



H. B. Salter. 
Kd. KsThart, 
K. Aodrews. 



Ijoaw aad dlacounta 


?T8.225 14 






Furniture and flxturei 


B ... 2,186 2a 


Ihip from bBDks 


and 


r. S. and DBtlonal 

rency on hand 

SpMie 

Mrkela BDd cents . . . 


1.183 M 

.'.'.'.' '114 61 







StatetneiK, November 25, 1902. 

LlablllticB, 

Capital etock 

Lndlvlded proflts, l«as loss 

iDdirldnsT depog'lta 'subject 

C^tlflraCes otdrpoBlt!!! 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Rraalna Bowen. Oreenwood.. $fl 

Wm. Johnston, Stanley 6 

rollen Arer. Unity 4 

Andrew Kmerson. Lioral 2, 

G. D. Uosley, Nelllarllle 2, 



.500 221 F**- Kavhsrt, Spencer 1 OOO 00 

.500 00 R. B. Salter, rSlby 1 uoo on 

.600 00 K. Andrews.' Colb/. ....:;:: ! JC TO 

iwO Ool Total (.ia.OOO c7i 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bale— Fint State Bank. 



I'ICTBIl HUBTH, President. 



JACOB T. JAGODNIGG, Canhlw 



Peter Hurth. 
Jacob T. JasodDlgg. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement, November 2 



tiOauB SDd dlsrounts . 

Unpaid capital 

Overdrafts 

RaDhlng house 

t'urnlture and Bitures 







.,1 















001 


U2 








3 


ftsr. 


an 


92 


uu 


tTa.r>2T 


19 



, 1902. 

Ltabllltira. 



DdfvLdSSf 



deposlia aitbjeot 



NAMES Of STOCKnOLDBRS. 

I Cart Schueller, 



Hi-ho«(z. Jr.. MenRsha 



I Cart Schueller, Appleton 

I Wm. H. Heuer, Dafe 

I CbrUt. Waller, Menasha 

I N. Wellaad. Appleton 

1 O. 3. Hurth, CedarbUTK 

I Rush h. Pahlman, Ctiiea«o, 

I III 

I T^dward llelllDeer, Cblcago, 

I III 

I Wm. WakpiDan, Oshkoah . . . 



,d,Google 



state Banks. 



Dapien— The Farmera' State Bank. 

WU. ULAKlfLiV, St., I'rMldeDl. j. n. baija 

uiiiEcrous. 



Wm. Blakelr. 9r. 
Jobn B. Johnsoa. 
jHinea E. Seaier. 



K. a 



i">ll. 



J. 11. EagaD, 



Statement, NOTemb«r 25. 1903. 

Llahlllllri 



|nu.411l 05 

10,000 oo 

00 70 

1,4S0 00 



individual deposits nab J^t 
CertlflcalpB of depOBll '.'.'.'. 



Total *8S,3i 



NAMKS f)F STOCKIlOhDEUS. 



Wm. Itlakply. Kr.. 



. «3,,i00 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 on 



Wm, BlakPl;, Jr.. Darltti . . 

I'etpr T. Iiong, Ilarlcn 

B. J. Rlakely. Darlen 

r. It. ItobineoD, Palrtleld. . . 

Edward Tllden. Chicasa . . 
John Piper, Darlco 

Total , 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Sartford— Oreen lake State Bank. 



C. 8. MOnRIS, Freildtnt. 



M. C. QARDENIEEl, ( 



C. 8. MorrU, 
N, W. Taylor. 
David Greenwa;, 

l.eBtet ClRWBOD, 



M. C. Gardealer. 



Statement, NOTember 25, 1902. 



Iioans SDi dlBcoaiit* 133.033 68 

I'npald caiillal 10.000 00 

Itanklnii bouse .1.4^1) D4 

Kiirolture and flxlureB ... 1.623 ao 
llu? from backs and 

bankers 4,009 03 

r. >i, and national cur- 
rency OD band 4 .441 00 

Specif 627 sr. 

Vlckels and cents 104 ST 

Total te0,a85 U7 



Llahilltlea. 

rapllat stoct (25.000 00 

l-ndivlded profits, leas los> 

and eip. acvl 86 47 

Individual depanllB sublen 

. to cbeck 12.05T 74 

Ceitiacateg ot deposit 23.141 70 



Total (60.285 07 



.loll 



J. Wood. Jr.. 



llert Mi.rrlK. Herlln 1.000 00 

It. A. nirlKtle, Ilerlln noO OO 

J. It. llriHikH. Iiarlfiird fiOO 00 

K. <'. Smith. Markesnn 1.000 INI 

Miimer II. JIorrlK. IMrttord. ^IJO 00 

i;e-). S. Thrasber, I>artrord. BOO 00 

M. I". (Jardpnler, Hartford.. fiOO 00 

I'^llH liardenier, Markeaan.. 200 00 

W. I>. liardenlpr. MarkPKan. 3O0 00 

I.. C, ttlippler. rartford l.OOO 00 

Sam'1 HcliolPit. Dartford 200 00 

KAv. Mi.rrlB. riilcago. 111.. fiOO 00 

V. P. Slorrls. Bpnln. Wis... 8.000 00 

Wm. Smltli. Dartford 200 00 

S. n. Pntt'T. Iiartford 200 00 

Hartford.. 1,000 " 



I OF STOCKHOLDERS. 
(."iOO 00 



. K. Park 



. M, 



. l>a 



k'alker, IM 



300 (I 
r.OO 00 



L. D. Patten 



A. L. Palmer. Dartford.... 


SOO 00 








































































\V. .M, Taylor. Dartford ... 


BOO 00 


Total 


(2E.000 00 



,d,Google 



Deforest — ^Deforest State BanL 

M. TIHHtSNEHS, President. A. A. LINUE, Cashier. 



M. TlinrBDess. 
J. il. Bertrand. 
II. I*. Jamleson, 
A- J. JamlesoB, 



Statement, Norember 25. 1902. 






bankers 

anirl <:«nt» 



Nli-keh 



Total (38,181 X; 



raplIBl slotk I as. 000 00 

I'ndlvldpd proStG 236 74 

Indlvldusl dPiHMLts aabjpct 

lo chock 5.M10 02 

CerllflCRtea of deposit ... 7.134 01 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



Saoi T, RwanBon. MndUon. 



tlOO 00 
100 00 
100 DO 



F.rlrk Monaon. De F 

Marim E. Monson. !>e FOrtst 
John RaamuHpn. De Forest . 

N. H. Brue, De Forest 

Kmest Newel. Pe Forest... 
l>ewlB nabl. De Forest 

Fred" Moeller. I>e Fni 
Jowph F "- 



jDle 



Famess. Norway 
Farneas, ' Norway 



HeDrr i>. Blancbard, Wind- 

Wm' Battle,' Ari'nijon 
W. R. Cbaptaaa. Morrison- 





2,000 00 














nie I'. KEKiim. Ik' Furext. . 
r,srs I. KgKum. IW Fore«l. . 


I.IMIO uo 










































IngrboTg Thur. \ir Forest... 
F. M. fiubbe. I>e ForpBt.... 






















200 on 














K. O. StarkB, KeypBer 
















Robt. J, Itogenreld, PortSKC. 






25.000 00 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Delavan — Citusens' Bank of Selavan. 



u. It. jaml:s, I 



W. !■. WlLLIAMri, 



Howard WimamH. 



lianKlDK 110 II 
l-'urnlliiro bi 
llondB. BtocI 



StatemeDt, November 2u, 1902. 

LlaltllllleB. 

:k 

n'oSl*, len less 
Indivliliiai deposit 8 subjrvt 





*5i 

524 


32 

m 
ai 


11 


155 


20 


( 


837 
124 


00 
00 


9xm 


r.4;i 


71! 









.jniul stuck 

»ur|>liiii (und 

■■ ided iniMll*, len li 



0.GU3 n 
4.511} 04 



KAMKH or STOCKIIOLUMHS. 



James & WllllsmH, traste 

lielavan 

II. I{. Jemfs. I>e1avan 

K. F. WIlllaniB, Dolavap. 
J. U. lioodrlch, Delavan.. 

A. T. Pariah, Ilelavan 

I,. M, Siwuncr, DpIavBQ... 
I'Uta II. iBlinm. Milwaukee. 
I'^iliabetli Jampa, Dvlavan. 
U. K. La Bar, Deiavac. 



I Rutli La Bar. Delavan 

tl.'iOO 00 Harriet La liar. DelavaD 

2,000 00 Mrs. Emily Teenle. Chicago. . 

:i,:(0n yO l>el. De Wolf, Newark, N. J.. 

».O0o uu A. S. rarlHh. Drlavan 

Q,00n 00 Howard WllllnrnB. DelaraD.. 

300 (M> S. L. Jackson, Karlne 

BOO on I'. K. Jackson, Delavan 

1100 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



state Banks. 



De Pere-^tate Bank of De Pere. 



i. UITTINS, ITMldcDt. 



.. I), llliltl). CoBlll.l 



. O. Wilcox. 
. P. LMusmaD. 
:. J. UiKJeebsD, 



r. II. WiPBp, 

John llorkerB 
L. D. lliird, 
i'eler UucE. 



Statement NuTember 25, 1902. 

Liabllliien. 



from tianba i 



I'. 8. sDd nation 

Specif 

SiFkpIa and («ntB . 



»193 


024 


BS 


.■(5 


TB5 
380 


40 
80 


42 


060 


07 


B 


184 


00 
02 


= 


.„«| 



idividuai deiiosltH "b'u'iiJpc 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS, 



JiihB p. Uousman. I>e I'ere. 

r. IJ. nilcox. r>e r*re 

J. S. Glltina. I>e Here 

K. K, Wl«e. De I'ere 

t~ MInlcb. De Pere 

Frank Crabb. De Fere .... 

R. Jackson. Sr., estate 

Chaa. W. Jackwm. De Pere 

Peter Renl, De Pere 

J- P. LenrestT. De Fere..,. 
R. J. HcGeeban. De Pere... 
W. H. GoodenoiiKta. De Pere 

A. D. Race. De Pere 

P. J. Nenbaner. De Pere 

A. C. Haller, Dc Pere 

Jieob Falck. De Pere 

J. 8. Douaman. De Fere. ■ ■ . 

Wm. Oow De Pere 

li D. Hard, Do Pere 

3 



M.SOO 00 
2,500 00 
12,000 00 



1,000 00 
SOO 00 



U. H. tiregory, lie I ere 
E. C. Merrill, De Pere 
John ilockera. l>e Pere 
John A. Kuyhers. De 1 ere 

A. G. WellB, I>e pere 

B. F. Smith, l>e Pere 
H. J. Smith. De 1 ere 
Marlon JgckBOn. lie Pere 
cK-- .) JaekBon, l>e Pere 

Tkson, De Pere 

i_, n. jiit:Hi»D <a<]mr ' 

K. N. Leonard,' 'De Pere 
Belle W. Collins, De Pere 



ToUl It 



Beule 



iDle Jack 




Pd.yGoogIe 



Dodgeville — Dodgeville Bank. 



JOU.N M. KKESK. Vice I'resldeDt. 




i:UWAKD A. I•KUKI^ 


DIRECTORS. 
Kdward A. TerklDs, 

Wm. S. KceBP, 


Jno. U. Reese. 


.tatement, November 


25. 1902. 


Heauarrea. 




Llabllltle*. 


l^anii and dtwouDis $lU3.Sa3 0^ 


t'5 






Banning house, furniture 

Bonds. atacHo Md'areuVl- '^_ 




diinl dPimaiw mitije.t 
■ll--.k 


Kup from bankii ana 




rency on hand 7,077 00 




.s'i.-lK.ls and centM rm oo 




*"-l -'H iv 




, 







iTOCKE!Ol.l>F.RS. 



1. rprklns, Dodgeville. . l.OuO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Surand— Bank of Dnrand. 



I. TAKRANX. Sr., Trealden 



DIRECTORS, 



GeoFEC Tarrant, ! 
A. J. Wallace, 
h"r»nk Fler<rp. 
W. II. Huntington 



FBANIf riEUCIi, Cashier 



H. Sf. Orladj, 
J,' D. ElSrldEC- 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Llnhllltlpf 



llMUklaR h<» 



rvni-r on linuil SHIft 

ii-k.-lB anil' i-ents 61 

Total SlOD.snrj 



NAMS8 OF STOCKnOLDBRS. 



««! Tarrant Sr.. norani]... »2.n0fl00|' 

A J Wallnre. r>uranci £.100 00 . 

11 C TonnlnB. I>nrainJ flOO 00 

\v li llnnilngr ~i- i^'TSDa.. l.Boo oo ' 

Sarah' Wallace Durand '00 00 I 

Mav Eld?ld^. Dnran;. 1.000 00 

Mrs. C. L- Tarrant. Durand 100 00 



piling, llurand 

vM. Diirflnil 

unnnd. Ihirand... 



2.000 IMI 

aoo on 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bnrand — State Bank of Dnrand. 



H. A. BRCBNN, Cublet. 



B. 6eaterr«lcber, 

C. A. iDKram. 
J. G. Leonard, 



H. Goodrldi. 
Georte Howard, 
WlllTtun HDTlbun 



Statement. November 2G, 1902. 

LiBbllltlen. 



and national 



rency od band ■ 
Nlckela and cents 



2.600 00 

1,G8N 39 

26 SO 



IndlvEdiial dcjiualts subject 
CerClflcatcs u( deposit . . ■ ■ 



Total »128,38B 0« 



Total |128,88B OB 



NAMRS OF STOCKHOLDEHB. 



Wm. II. Smith, Eau Galle. S4.16S 66% 

J. G. r*onard, Dnrand... B,Ra3 33« 

E. Osterrelcher, Durand .. 1,668 66% 

Mrs. A. StHaton, Durand.. 1,666 86% 

H. Goodrich, Durand B33 33% 

C. A. Ingram. Durand ... 2 000 00 

U. llnrlburt, Durand 1,686 66^ 

Hrt. A. Jacobs. .Milwaukee. 2.000 00 



rand . 



V. W. Darwin, Durand . 
Oenrge Howard. Dnrand, 
L. W. ClBBka, Durand... 

N. Hubbard, Durand 

J. R. Britton 

Total 



Pd.yGoogIe 



East Troy— State Bank of Esrt Troy. 

p. O. GRI8TK. Pre«l*ait. j. p, CHAFIN. Casbi«i 



P. O. Oriate, 
Ceo. Ueadowa, 
A. J. Bltoa, 

a. H. Smith,' 



a. H. Amtln, 
C. W. Smltb, 
L. J. Bmltb, 
K. L. Frawr. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



IteissarceB. 



Iauis aDd dlscouDts ■ 

Vnpald capital 

Banking homae 



. fiss.ose 11 

10.000 00 
3,000 00 



Caab llemB ■ 
Dot from 
bankera . . 



backs and 



Capital Block 

llDdlTlded proflta, leas Ions 

■" ■ dcpoalts subject 



Total f223,41Ii 10 



NAMES OP BTOCKHOLHERS. 



] ADStln. Baot Troy.. 
r. Smith. East Troy... 
p. Hmlth. East Troy.. 



■ A, J. BUw, East Troy.. 

' L. J. Bmltb. WaokesliB.. 

' Oporge Meadowfl, Kaat 1 

Rdw. B. Rohlpder. East 'i 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Ean Claire — CMppewa Valley Bank. 

B. A. BUKFINGTON, Trealdent. GKO. T. TllOMPSON, CBsbler. 

DinBCTOBS. 

B. A. Bufflnginn, n. c. Putnam. 

C. T. Hiinde, A. H, UulWn. 



Statement, November 25, 1S02. 



lIUndK. HIIJCI 
^ ItitK . . . . 



... t4:H,R^D oil 
H.ST4 ail 

4UH 1-1 

url- 

D,0T4 ail 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



B. A. BiifflOKtoD. ICnii (' 
H. C. I'mnaui. Kau fla 
GtM. T. TliuiDpauii. Kan < 
V. M. BnttlnEton. Kail r 
I. K. Ki-rr. flau <'l«lre. 
A. H. lliillPD. Ean rinlr 
KstBlv T. i'. Krawley, Kau 



c-lalFB 

Jno. Ilor 



1. Kr.. Kmi 



lo.inio I 



Pd.yGoogIe 



£an Claire— Kew Bank of Eav Claire. 

W. A. RUST, President. J, T. JOYCE, Can 



W. A. Rust. 
A. J. Msrsb, 
A. A. Cutter, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



.. I0:!1.517 87 

riTenlratiM 2O.r,10 71 

[(■Dklntc houpe 14,182 88 

llth*r real estate ».<»>0 Oo 

[hinds, slncks an '^'^"'^ ^^ ^ 

[■•sh items 2,]92 Wi 

cberkB on otber banks... 3,6'J3 31 
l>ue from banks and 

bankers Sl.lBU 23 

r, S. and natluDsl cur- 

renrv un hand 23.KIX 00 

Hwcle' 36,84.-. 00 

Mrkels and rents 343 43 

He»Du.^ slBai|.B 3tfO m 

Total »8ia,ll« 40 



rapilal Blnrk (100.000 00 

I'nilLvlded iiroflis. lent. Iomi 

and no. nvt !>,36u St 

■lenonltg wiWect 

344, 67^ HO 

«n .leposlt MB.r.L'i; 111 

Id iMuikorH ]o,4Mi »a 

8.01i3 »l 

. tH12.11K 4U 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



n. n. iiardfQ. e«« riaire. ■ (i^-sm oo 

W, A. UoBt. Eau Claire- ■■ ^- ^"" on 

r. W. Locknood. Kau »,lalre. 

Ik.™ D. Rust. IHiston. Maw 

K. K. Itust estate. Eau Claire 

I- V, CnDaina, adm.. t-au tl. 

F. R. Sklnnpr. Kau Claire 

A. F. Shaw. Kau Claire. 

Horenee llayilen. Kau < 1 

W. P. Ilarllett, Kau < lali 

Thos. M<"Derjnott. Kau (. 

Jane rowell. Ban Claire. 

(!. W. ItoberlBOn. Kau tl. 

Allen I'nineraa, Ban da 

A. J. Mnmh, Kau Cloire 

A. A. Cutter, I-;bii «'lalre 



5.000 DO 

2.0O0 00 

1.000 00 

lo.ooo oij 



SI. Cousins. Kai 

W. J. Starr. IOj 
J. T. Joy 



York . 
('. A. Itnllen. l':au Cla 
Serene F.. Ttfin. Kau 
A. F. KMIiinn, admlnl: 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Edgerton— Tobacco Exchange Banlt. 



WALLAC'H S. BltOVVN. Cash 



Andrew JeDson, 
W. S. HeddleB, 
Wm. BiiBsej, 
K. L. ShepBrtl, 



Wallace S. Brown, 
VV. A. Sheller. 
O. G. Blederman. 

Alei. White, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LtBbtllllM 



r-oans and Irn'oimrx 






FiiPDiture nnd Hif.ircii ... 
B.indH, Bto<-kB and spciiiI- 


I'remJum on bonds 


Due from - banks 


and 


r, a, and nalEonai car- 






ItP^nup stamiiH a<Tt 





1.3Tr. 00 
4,000 00 

nvi 00 



Caiiital BtOfk 

t:ndlTlded pronts, li 

Individual depns'lts ' 



f. '10,000 
7,7111 1 



Total *a)n,iio» b:; 



NAM|.:.t OV STOCKHOLDERS. 



r. F. Mabbett. Kdjerlon!!! 

T, n. Earie. Bdzprton 

K. U Siiepn'-d, K'lKBrloD... 
R C. llopfclni, KdgorCon... 
C, I,. rillt'.B. BrtT-rtnn , , . , 
"', 3. 'tediI]->«. IMwrlon... 
C, K, Hwpeney. Kdgerlun. . . 
'■. r,. Klpderman. Kd^rtun 
.lii")b Rady, Kd)[i>rton . . . . 
Waltai'" S. Ilroirn, KdffertciE 

K. S. Ilatrii, KilgfrUm'. '.'.'. 
U J, Dt.klnH..u. KdK.-rt.m.. 



Idi-H KIkkRun. Rock Dale. 

D. L. Babcock. Albion 

F. W. Coon. Edgerton 

J. H. Coon, Utica 

I.. H. Tawne. EdBerton... 
V. N. Johnson. Amoa.... 
Wm. Bosaer. Albion 



W. T, romeroy & Co,, EdRer- 

Ilenry Jobniton. Rdgprtoo . . 

I. V. WhICtet. KdKerton 

Andrew Milnloitb. EdKPrInn 
Win. Mi-lnlosli. Edfierlon. . . 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Slate Banks. 



£lkIioni— State Bank of Elkhorn. 



r. J. SI.KRT*, PresideDt. 



:. J, HOOPER, Cashter 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I^ann and discounts ■ 
llaDklDK hous« 



1.888 17 

6,700 00 

2,ono no 



3,TS0 00 

2,310 00 

104 67 



Capital Btock 

Surplaii fund 

UndlTldnl proflta. iMa losa 

IndlTldnaJ depoallB Hubjert 

CertlflralM of' deposit' '.'.'.'. 



07,1114 8<l 
77,33H OU 
12,507 01 



Total 1162,407 fl 



NAUE8 OF STOCKHOLDERa. 



K J. Hooper. KIkbom. . 4 

Frank W. Dunbar, MadlBOD. 
Mrs. Carrie Dunbar Hurdia, 

Delavan town ... - - - ■ ■■ ■ 
Benba J. Amold, Manafleld. 

Ohio ■ 



'in>. ItuttDQ, DftsTae towu 






















0,300 00 



,d,Google 



Ellsworth — ^Bank of ElUwortli. 



J. W. HANCOCK, President. 



OUIX l-OKl), CaB 



J. U. Jenson, 
h'. II. White, 
A, a. Armstrong, 



l.uana and dldcniin 
Banking huuge . . 



Statement. November 25,-1902. 



other ilablllti™ . 



5CS. i 



TotBl f^iU.mi li 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 





























It. N. Jpnsiin. Ulvpr I''rI1«. . . 
























































, West Siilh- 




















A. I^ »tr[rklnnil 


Ellsworlh. 


'M3 DO 







,d,Google 



State Banks. 



Elwy— State Bank of Elroy. 

JOHX E. HART. Frealdeol. qeo. 

DIKECT0B3. 
. J. Clark. E. N. L 



J. CLARK, CaablKt. 



H. N. 

L.. I.. Moe. 

A. 'J. <-!rej;ory, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I^>ans anil .»f.o<.unts $117,487 87 

itTiTdraI(H ii.lie S8 

KankinK hoiim- < .SOO fJO 

t'limlliirp QiKl flsttiree ... l.UO!) Till 

(herkK on oilier banks... 4Ua 9U 
liiiiF rrom banks anil 

banki-ra 20,767 80 

r. S. aDd national nir- 

[¥ncy un band 7.016 Oil 

NCkMs anil' V-eiita'.'.' 13 aS 

Tula! (167.534 01) 




NAU&» UP JliJCKHOLDEBS. 



I. Klteli-aon. Elroy |bI»0 00 i 

M<w. Klroy 500 00 . 

s- KltlROD. Klroy I, COO 00 

. I>ltliniar. Blroy I.UOO (W i 

r Gregory. Klroy i.auo OO 

;. I-nvi-lanfl. BIroy I.ooft i,.i , 

1. WTlile- Klroy J. 000 (Ml 

\. Smith. Klroy l.tMlfl 00 

[. VnK*--!- Elroy *"" Oil 



400 no 
4,0<IO UO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Evsiuville — Bank of EraoBville. 



I,. F. PULLEN, Preaiden 



Geo. L. Pullen. 



otatement, November 25, 1902. 

LUbllltlel 

< Caplrnl e 



ockB and securl- 






. (213,074 T5 

JO, 000 00 

e.eoe so 

lO.SOO 00 
3,700 00 

]T.44B 00 
B18 20 
130 79 

49,037 16 



Total »389,798 3 



ndlvlded proQta. I»bb Iobb 

and eip. Bcct 

IndlvldiiBl deposits subject 



CertlllcHlee of deposit . 

Havlnga deposits 

HEMs re-dlsconnted ... 
Bills payable 



NAHBS OV ST0CKB0LDEB8. 



Marv I'll I lea Ante!. lies ] < 

Molnea. la (l.nOO 00 I 

r,. T. Pullen, BTanarllle lO.oOO 00 

A. C. Graj. ETensTllle 1,600 00 I 



0. L. Pullen, RvansTllle. 
W. Rowley. KTanBTllle. 


. ;i.50O «m 


Total 


.(iO.WO 00 



,d,Google 



suae Smb. 



PennimoM-State Bank of reimiinoM. 

DWIGHT T. PiBKBB, P,„„„,. , , TIILBHONTB, c„b,„. 

_ DI HECTORS. 

IHvidit T. Parker , ^ „ 

T>. ST Bmiuoa, S?™* Banmgirtlier, 

Geo. A. Krenl, William Maradeti. 

Statement, November 26, 1902, 



I'Moa and dfiKVauts tl48 2S7 in 

H^Srtnf?/"" io:55o So 

B»nklD5 bouse 8;((oo 00 

I^rnlture and flzturvs .'«... r^ 



idE^ldul? de^Hlt. 8UbJ.^i '*'*' •" 

anil oatlonal i 



0,«8 00 I * 
o»m;jr 1 ,392 5B I 

Xlckela tu>a cents 9g Gl 

™-' ^S^Ji . Total ,188.282 01 



NAMES OF STOCKIIOLDBRB. 

Dwlgbt T. r^rfcer. Feanlniore|Z7.:>00 00(Jae. Baumgartner Lancaster 1 nnn nn 
Wllllain Marwlen, Fennlmore 8,600 00 ' '""""'^rK. ^et. . e.W O 00 
D. P. Brun»oB. rennloiore. . oOO 00 | Total (35,000 00 



Pd.yCoogIe 



Florence-^tate Bank of Florence. 



I. C. DAVIDSON, Presldeot. 



E. B. WILCOX, Cashier. 



O. C. Davidson , 
I'eter MtGoTern, 

E. B. WUcoi. 

F. S. Kvang, 



H. D. Fisher, 
Ji. W. Ilopklua, 
Cbas. Lou Eh re;. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



rolture and fliturea 

[iOk, BtorkH nntl aec 

e from banliB 
». HDd' 'na'noDiii*! 



'H]>ital Rtork 
Surplus fund 
Cnitlvir - 



Idoil iimttlB. Jpss long 

pip. arct 

iial dcpunItH Biihject 

Btl-B o'[' dPIKIHiV '.'..'. 



Total $i:t2.1 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



I, C. DuviilBon, ■ 



K E. Wilcox, Klorencs 

H. D. FiBhpr. FliircDce 

l?haH. Ixmxhery. FIorMiw. . . . 
E. r. Swirt. Norway, MIcfa. , 



J. K. Parry. Elorenc*.. 
Anna Cflmpbell. Qulnc)', 
Mich 

F. Jolinson estate. Ii'lorence. 
Isaac Soderberg estate, Flor- 

A. W. PattoD. ApplstoD 

A. E. Gueasbure, Menomonlc, 
Mich 



C. II. Prouty, Tlirec Rivers, 

Mich 2.U0O 00 

W. <;. raldwcll. Three Klv- 

e™. Mich 1.000 im 

II. C. Wllrai, Itiiffalo. N, Y. 1,400 Oil 
R. A. Wllmi, Riiffalo. N. Y. 100 00 

M. .1. Backiia. rhree iilvers, 

Mich 1,200 00 

A. V. Wright. Iron Mountain, 

Mich BOO 110 

I':. J. Ingram CBtate, Iron 

Mountain. Mlvh iiOO 00 

P. S. EvBDB, Florence 400 00 

I':, W. llopklna, CommoD- 

wealth 6O0 0(i 

B. L. Dlebl, Danville, Pn... SOO 00 

Totol (30,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Fond dn Lao— Cole Saving Bank. 

Wll. E. COLE, Presldeot. WM. T. COLE, i 

DIRECTORS. 



J. C Fubrman 
J«ho Belnle. 
W. F- Bnrtitii 

Stai 

Hc-Bonrcpi. 


tement Nov 

$145, 778 20 
B.OOO 00 
1.095 2T 

20,171 IS 
302 44 

5:847 TO 
43 SO 


Si."-.":-?;... 

ember 25, 1902. 

LUtbllltlra. 


125.000 00 




I'ndlvlded profits, \f%» loss 




3.247 211 
«r.,13<l or. 
125;510 42 


Eliiads. stockB and aeeurl- 


Individual depoBlts subject 

to clifck 

CerllflcatPB of depoBlt ... 
.SBTings dppoatta 




fheoka uD oth*r hanks... 
Pile frum bonkti aDd 


r-. M. aad natlonQl cur- 
rpni-y oo hand 




Xlckpls and cpnts 

RpveDUe Btamps 






»27fl.823 07 


$276,023 B7 







1 OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



Wm. E. Cole, Fond du Lac. .f^3,000 00 i , 
J C Fubrman. P'ood du Lac 50 UO 1 

W. F. Kurtiufl. Fond du Lac 250 00 

A. '1. Hammetler, Mllwankee 100 oo 
Ja^D Relnlg. Pond du Lac. 500 OQ I 



Total (25,UU0 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Fort Atkinun — Citizens' State Bank. 



L. B. ROYCIi:, Preildent. 



C. A. CASWELL. Catbler. 



L. B. nor 

C. A. Cm» 
Hoy D. Ch 


ell. 
SU 


tement, Nov 
(iio.noe 31 

S.SOO 00 

24,178 10 
6.7B3 00 

'•'1? S 


-TORS. 

J. A. Caswell, 
T. B. Royec. 

mber 25, 1902. 










Ranking house, aad t 


rnl- 


l-DdMrtod Drofltg. 1«B loss 

IniHTlduat'dcimBits Vubjeiit 

to cbMk 

Certlflcatea ot deposit 

Bills rfr^liseouDted 










VaV "from" blnka 

V. "s. ^andoat'linii 
renry on hand . . . 


'm 


«7.43T 01 

20,571 00 

nlooooo 














Total 


(ISO, ISO 81 


$150,120 81 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 

L. B. Royce, Fort Atkinson.. $fl,SO0 00 I J. A. Cauwell. Kort Atkinson H.IXKI IK) 
C. A. Caawell, Fort Atkinson 7.500 00 T. B. Royce. Kort Atkinson.. MO 00 

(iiOTge Held, Jefferson l.Oi(0 OO 



It. D. Cbase, Fort 



Total fia.uuo 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Fox Lake— State Bank of Fox Lake. 



C. U. BUtiLBSXON, Frealdeut. 



. DAVISON, ClBliic 



DIRECTOR& 



W. D. Boret, 
F. I. DaTisoD. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



crrdraftM 



I dlHCounts 91*4. 

: houiv. and tnrnl- 

Etnnilti. atockB and Becarl- 
tlPB _ 

Dnr from bsnlcs and 
bankers 

r. S. and DBtlODBl cur- 
rrnrj on hand 

!:i>H-ir 

NirkflK HDd cenl0 

Total 



tUA 


M5 


57 


6 


500 00 1 


e 


100 


00 


38 

4 


0T8 
aR6 


47 
00 




03 


47 


»2(M,701 


411 



LlabllHlra. 



Ortlflcfttes of deposit ".'.'. 



NAMES OP STOCKtlOLDFlRS. 



. II. F:sKl<«ton. Foi 



. ,.„,.„ --C Lake.. 

F.' I." Darlaon. Fox t-aite 

Jamn I.jIp. Fox Lake 

Jamn (iamble. Foi Lake 

K. J. Ilngbnt. Fi>i Lake 

I>. Short. Fox I.akP 

Win. <). Jonen. Foi Lake 

O.X.Gorton estate, fox lake 
lln. <1.U. Jones. Beaver Dam 
Ura. M. B. Roberta, Fo« Lake 
J. Barthorpe estate. ItlpOD. . 

Mnnsn Jonea. Randolph 

John Rinddart. Fox Lake... 
>;dward Davis. Randolph 



Mra Pb. A.Hugbca. Fox Lake 
llenrr lluteblDson. Randolph 

Km. l,j\c. Fox Lake 

ITpLfn ArniBtrang. Fox Lake. 
B. Lyie. Kai Lake 



L.UUO OO 

noo Oil 

[.i.OO 00 



J. L. Townsend. 



, Foi Lake 

01 Lake... 

Marshall, 



2.000 0_ . 
200 00 

mm 00 

1,000 00 



ke. la 1,000 00 

Total f 2G.tO0 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Galesville — Bank of flaleiTille. 

ealdent. J. F. CAXCB. I 

Dill ECTOR 3. 

Clark. It. W. Darls. 

leraon. S. C. VrcDi-h, 

:ance. I). KenDedy. 






lABtm and dla 


■ount 






. Ktlll'kK 






Hond 


aniJ 


tWi-uri- 










'T 


fri.iu 


ankH 


and 


rf" 




tloD 

Id . 


' . ''"'. 


II and (^ 


"«. 






Trpflj.. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 

1,1a bt 111 leu. 



Ld'Tldiial dPiHialU Bubjrpt 
Ttlftrates (if d«pus1< ".'.'. 



7,II.W) 81 



NAMEB OF STOCKnOLDEBa. 



I. II. Arnold. I: 



linli-svll 



i.uini II 



John llnhrnnlPdt. OhI.hvIIIp. . I.IKH) li 
W. C. llohnmli^l. Ilninklnic. 

R. I> , TOO II 

B. J. Hrovold. Kttrtpk wm (i 

I, !■:. Vnnr^, Kttrick r.im (I 

Mrs I'rn !■'. •'lurk <-lilriii;i). . 2.0IMI (i 

U W. nnm, fdiilllp. Waali.. . -J.-MtO n 

K. F. Clartt. (iRlpsvllli- H.iiiKi n 

,1. K. I'mrn-. CalPKvlllv .-..ruMt n 

W'tn. I'anrp. llariv. Mnntiinn l.tJiiii * 

n'llwin TinviK I'Ktnl.-. Unlntv. l.oiHl n 

R. W. lUTiH, linliwvlllv l.lllHi (I 

H. V. Kn-nvli, (i>lrHVllJp tiltd II 

Mm. Jl. A, rrrnrli. CiiIpkv. niiO II 

Mm. I-. K. Vmrh. liHlrHTllIc I.IIIHI li 

I. H. Fnrrnnd. Onli'Hrlllp. . . . I.IMII) n 

r.llliprlKim k MrIirp,lIn1?iiTlll<- l.liinl n 

Hammer ft KiiEii>ei>n. tiiiltiiv. r<<i" II 

Jon. 1.. JpiiKi-n, (in[pHV[1!->. . . l.liilli <i 

r. II. Ji>hiiKon. n'htti'linii... l.uiin 

Mni. I,. It. K'"i1innD. (iiilcKv. .'Ilill II 
Itani. Ki-nnnly. K. C. Krpiiili 

el aL. Jolnlly. IJaimtm.-. . M.NdO ft 



. Kellmi 



vlllo. 



1.0 



A.W.Newman ralnte, Mndlaon 

IVM l-edcmon. KttrleX l.lilMt (W 

Alliprt :J. I*edersi>n. F.tlrlck. SUO 00 

('. V. ItlDElee, Whitplinit l.nilO IM) 

Mrs. Matiel Hagen. ColeAvltie SlKt IHI 

A. L. Kuvjrnnd.-, <;nlcsvllle. . ailO nil 

Mm. A. S. Ton-er, La Crusne uOO no 

Mi'B. J. I^ ToiTpr. <iaiFST[])p. IIIO (Hi 

Mrs. A. 1>. 'rtiompann. (ialcav, 4tlU UU 
lliB. AiHe 1», Thompson, 

inianliBn. Oalfnville tiOO 00 

I^'lla TliomiiBUD llolmbenc. 

Canhron Sim Oii 

Allen It. Thnrnpnan. llalen- 

viii* ;h>o oil 

J. C. riii-r. Trpmpeulpau l.t>(Kl 0« 

fi. Van SteoQwyk enlalp, Ia 

("riBMip l,r.00 iMi 

W. r. VelK-h, lialearlllp ollO Oil 

Mm. li. M. Vpltrh. (taleaTllle :illO Oil 

W. S, Wadli'lRh, (ialcBvllle. . iiOO Oil 

Total J.-iO.imO \-t 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Grantobnrg— First Bank of Orantibiirg. 



I. Z. imEW. rresldeni 



. r. NISLSOS. CoBhUT. 



DlUECTOltS. 
I. nrew. Joel A. 

D Thoivitun, Wm. A 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 





Renoar 


""• 


















Hoirfs, Mocks 


and HP 


™,.: 




"UT 


tianka 


and 


!■- S. iiid n 


,,».., 


rur- 














Totil . 


■'™"° 





fiHii.^ni 3:1 



1.547 St 
n.ooo 01 



Capital Btocli 

»<iirpluB fund 

I'ndlTldHl profllB, less l< 



11 dfpoalts Bubject 
«i lit' hi-imiiV .'..'. 

i-lHffks (111 I B tan d- 



110.244 aT 

V2!i 00 



NAMES OF STOOKIIOLDKRS. 



A. Z Drew St Pmit. Minn. »lf>,fli)0 On Wm. Anderson. Or; 

A. I'. .NVaoD <ir»iitHborB J.aoo 00 Andrew Peterson. I 

JnH A ll'rkpi-eoa CrantsbitrH :i.!>W 00 TharBtcn Olspn, Gi 
?irooD "TLon-soD. «r»nts!>urg 2.000 00 

01, ;(-,|"ncon Ornntsbiirg . . 2.000 00 T.Jlal 

0. R. Wadlp.' Crantsburg. . . l.ZOO 00 1 



itsbui'K i.OOO 00 

■BDtRburg l.UOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Gratiot — Qratiot State Bank. 



, LUNI>. Preeldeot. 



:. JOHNSON. C'HsUler. 



DIRECTORS. 



11. U. Belzold, 



Statement, November 35, 1903. 



"■."™S> 


bo 


«"^''"fumiiu^ 


Hue fro 


baakH 


and 


^rencr 




cur- 






Nlrkpls 


nd 


CPBtt . 





143,075 31 
3,ni>5 47 
2,619 81 

],7rio oo , 

87» 10 

■M 30 



IndlvldunI deiioaltB si 
CertlflcntM o( dPixmll 



f2.-.,000 Oi 
1,130 7 



NAMKS (iV STOfKHOI-Ii 



. B. Rptzold, r«lar 



K. II. Thompfinn. <:i-iitl< 
II. \V. llHrim-lBrcr. (irnt 
Jan. A. Kcllpy, Cratlm 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Ore«n Bay— Bank of Qreen Bay. 

DAVID nECKKR, I'resrdent. I,. AI.IIEKT KARliU Tiahler. 

DIRECTOna 
Kdwanl r>«chpr, RdvarJ Drrker. Jr.. 



Statement, November 25. 1902. 





|7R,771 01 
],B33 U7 
13,000 00 

' 'l77 81 

14.811 74 

' .S.IMII (HI 

325 30 

. mf^THl 4H 








Undlvldnl pn.tlts, I.IM luM 

and Pip. acft 

IndlTJdual ileiioMltK niiLJnt 

(>rtin.'at..« ir'a^iWmii".'.'. 

SavitiKH drpimltH 

IiiX' lo lu>nl(H and 1iiiok<-rH 
ItlllH rv illH-<.iitilcd 

Total 






7,1U1> 28 
31.H2:i 8.1 
14, ^ua 441 


[■■i.niHi.n" and flirun' 

and aavlntn IibdUs .. 

rwk* ..n" other bankH. 

lute tnim banhs on 


nafj on hand 


ii;4r.o so 


Total 


«"l 20.701 4S 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



























L. Albert KarpI 







Tutnl (aj.OUO II 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Qreenwood — Oreenwood State Bsuk. 



EHASTV8 BOWEN, ITpalJen 




KK'irAKIl Hl-EltRKt 


Rrastua Boven, 

Joa. (llbaoQ. 
It. Dperbrck. 
1,. MiN-rtHV-k. 


DiKEcroua. 

n. IT. Ilortson. 
\v, T. n..iil-.on. 


Statement, November 2S. J902. 


R.-..>»<... 




Ll.bllHI^.. 




I'.lltJ Kt 






I'Ddlvlili'.l iJinllta. l.-hs 1'>»i 


Menkluf huiia? 

Other real ^atate 

I'-urnllure and miurpa . . . 


37 :;4 

II.H33 Sii 

«:H) so 




Due from bBQliB and 


litii? t.. iHiuka nnU banitePH 


I'. ». and naUoaal ciir- 
reBijr un hand 




jSrkeia and tpnla 






T.-44 71) 


T 


_= 





NAMKS Of STOCI^IIQLbHKS, 



n. F. Tliimpann, Ore™i.-ood. 
J. ('. Miller. Portland. Ore... 

Jos. (iltiHun. l<ongwood 

Jno, Shanka, (SreeDWOod. . . . 

L. «Derbeck. Medford 

W. T. ITendien. C.iwnnnnrt, . 
E. K. ai-vmour eatale. Mil- 
ford. IH 

U. Brungger, Greenwood 



Oibonu, Siedford.. 




l.Ultfl 








icihnsioo. Ktaolpy. 
























Total 


...« 


r,.tiiiO 



,d,Google 



Slate Banks. 



Haywai^— Sawyet Connty Stmtt Bank. 



tUiWAUli IIINKS, PrfHldpB 



i-:. n. iioi-fiitioN 



lie. J. II. lllllHi'K. 

StatemeDt. November 25, 1902. 

I.lnhlllllvii. 



Cisb riema 

I'. S. anil' nu'l'liinai 



(III.K 



21 r.; 



C»l>lt»l M«.l* 

rndlrl(l<il i>n>Hls. Inw tiiR 
iri<!lvi(tilCi1 <1p|uisli>< 'mibjt'i' 



8 OF STOCKirdr.llKRS. 



r^wari IHnps, riiU'adcJ. lil.,Hll 

r. f. Wirhe. Clit-nKn. Ill 

i,. I,. Harm. <-|ilc««o. IIL 

E. I'. Ilolgn-n. Ilajw«nl -■ 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



Hilliborfr— The HilUboro State Bank. 

i:. V. WIUIXICK. I'ri'sid^nt. KDWAIID IIAMMICK. 

IiIllKCTORS. 

K. V. Wrrnlck. Kmnia II. Wymnn, 

Uubert llimiupr. Y. A. \\\>lai. 
KDtiiril llmnini'r. 

SUtement. November 2S, 1302. 



Inii' nnVliu 



(in.sne 


:iO 




■ii74 


U2 


1 


.-m 


m 


' 


'mi 
1S5 


Ml 
2.-. 

0,-1 


141 


7(14 


iia 



iiUtIiIubi li^tHHilrB RUhjpr 
li> rhwSt 



XAjiKH iiF aTii('Kiiou>r:n». 



Kdward Ilaipnipr. fllllabo 

R, A. ArmtiruKier.' IIMIsbr 
('. I''. Kaurrinaa. Illl]itbc>r< 



$r.,(l(KI (XI i r. A. Wofftt. imii' 

r.,(ilH) <H) lilnlnc II. IliiHk. Vlmciua 

S.OfiO 00 jBmes IV. Ilurlon, ('blpaftu.. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Horicon — Horicon State Bank. 

L. Vf, Wll.iOX, Prp«(<l™t. <-IIAf(. HAWKS, rniihlpr 

DI RECTORS. 
A. W \vil-x.i. Martlin 1„ Van llninr. 

«. N. rBmpbpLl. ItlBM. IlBWkH. 



Statement November 25, 1902. 



Ixina tnd din' luntK 


:(.h.t:( "1 
■i'.MH ;(.-■ 


■.iBbilltlM. 

Capital »tm* 


llirnllun' and miunv . . 

''Wta^iiuiiixrhnDkK 

I'ur fiT,Di liaokK BI1.1 hnnk 


and pxh. u.vr 

Inillvlilui' iI<-|iohIIk miblnt 
I" rhi-.'li 


r, S. mrl DSiJoDnl <■"'- 
!«(•)■ nn hand 




\lcMf and i-fnr.s 


Totnl 



Il>tiif li. Wllcix. llorlroi 
W A Van llnint. Ilorlcoi 
M^nhs I. VniiH"if.t. nnrli 
Ida U. rimpliell. Ilorlroi 



NAMI*:S OF STOCK tlOl.nKRS. 

tlS.liiHi ni W. A, VnoDrUDt. Adm.. tlorl- 

4.IJ0« (Ml pon 

Van Itnmt. MJlwan- 

(■ainpiwili'iliirlfon!!! 



1,000 O 



riiUI . 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



olate Banhs. 



Hortonville — Bnnk of Hortonville. 

W. II. Sl'KNIiLER. rrrsldenl. I). W. J. Al'K.MiI.EK, Cwhler. 



Statement November 25, 1902. 





2N.im5 HI 

:i.m)7 iM) 
ii.:iN7 :•:• 


LlablllllM. 






and ein. acif 

Indlvlilual deiHxilB Biil.Je<-t 

til fhei-k 

CvrllllraleH uf dppoalt .... 








Due rmm LnnkB hdiI bank 


.. 


r. «. and nadun.l -■or 


9*..;i!ll U3 


M^kHs .nd .■,..,M 






HiiKli llaurn. 

- riallcT. Ilnl 
. I. llar^ai-k 
. I. lliirk. ] 



*' J. C'hrlHtlnnwa. IVlnne- 

K. J. Sartpr,' RWdfleld' '.'.'.'.'. 
Jni'oh Miller. IlnrtoiiTUte. . . 

E. A. Hraf. Hortonville 

Xipk KtelTcn, llurtonTlllP 

M. IllttoT. Hortonville 

Chaii. T. Ilurk. Ilurtonvillp. 

F. X. Torrpy. Hortonville... 
Orla Sdiufelt. Medina 



!■' STOCKi:ni.imHS. 

... - I.ni'ht, Hortonlk 
F. M. Mills. Hortonville 
"' 'I. Manler. SlPiihenavllte 

>. ItaroD. Mpdlna . 
_. ... RiipDlp. Medina . 
I (». Main. Klllnjtton 



Leonard Boon, 1 
miaa Billiard, i 
Harry Lepla. <l 



H, K. Hiick. ^ 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Slaie hunls. 



Hndaon— Tte Bank of Hndson. 



H. L. NORTH, Pr(>8i(lcnt. 



F, J. CAiil!, Cm 



1. 


paid 
•■nin 
nkin 

n*..' 

tiM 

s. 


caiiltu 


■""."". : : ; : : 




n- and 






HitiirPH . . . 




gn otlip 




1- 


r bnnkR 

H and bnnk- 


; 


..D h«u.l"." 



Statement. Novemlier 25, 1902. 



OBpltHl BtiM^lt *■•-, IHIII u 

SnmliiH fimil s^hi d 

I nilJvidnl iiroliTK. k'lH I»kk 



lurilvliitial d<-|>"<ilii. Muuj'.'i'' 



N'AUES OF BTC'CKMOI.DBIIS. 

'!■ K Xnnh. ItiidBon *VD'''''nii "" I ^' "' """*r- H"'''"'''' 2.000 oo 

<•■ 1'. I>»L»ns. HiMfaon 2.0110 OO Tola] .. !■>', fion on 



,d,Google 



Hostisford — Hastiaford State Bank. 

Hi. rrpNldCQl. RR'IIAUII uoi.r,. 



I'^lgar nuclng, 
K. It. Joatn. 
RIdisnl Koll, 



iniiK<"nina. 



Statement, Novemlier 25, 1902. 

LlaMllllpi 



LuanH and dlBtviiiil 
t'niiald capital . . . 

( iv^rdraf IS ... 

Itnnlilnft hiiuiie . 



T.HIIS 


00 


TUN 


^? 


4.f>T0 


<H, 


■ 82 


_"' 





iiarilpiHiHttB flubjerl 



fari.iHw no 

HI 53 



'■••Jl\ 



NAMl-IS OF 9TOCKnOI.DF,ra. 



riiMM, AnlmnpB. lluHllHrun 
I tors 111 [{ydpr. IliisllHrrird 
\Vm. Fllpke. Iliiatliiford .. 

R. It. Junes. Huatlafurd 

Iladlvy ('. Ityder, Huntisronl 

WdDejr K. JcinCK- IliinH-fnM 

S. M. Itundall, 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Slate Banks. 



Independence— The State Bank of Independence. 

JOHN SL'EECIIKR. rreHldeDt. AXTON SKM'V. Cawhlpr. 

DIltKCTOKS. 
John Sprpctaer, Anton 8i-nty. 

statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlBbllltlrn. 

I'mlivld'^d profltfi, [Mm losB 

and pxp. Bcct a,10:i 45 

Individual deiH>8LtH subject 

tn cnwk :in.ono ns 

CenlftealPB of deiraait O:i.-ll>o l:i 



^L«».wddl,munlB 


.... 


* 107, 537 m 






1.H4.-. or) 


jl-Plu on other biuikB... 
Iiur rrom banks and bank 


™rr on Land . . 


. ."'.' 


3,326 00 








Tola) 




m-W.-IM 5lf 



NAMES OF STOrK HOLDERS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



lola — Fftrmers' State Bank of lola. 

H. J. SnVEUSO.V, rrfsldent. J. C. SWi:,\l)SEX, Casbisr, 

lilltKITDIiS. 

(Up J. OlHun. II. WIlLlama. 

A. Wplmin. Jr.. ij. J, .SoverBon. 
N. II. JuhnaoD, 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 









Kiirnliun? and Hiiurpi. ... 


UiK tmat bHDkn and b 


auk- 


r. S. and tmtlunal cm- 







rajifial su<i-k ta.").!!!!!! oo 

.r'i><i:vl(l[Kl [imJltR. [eat loss 

anil exp. nivt 1,SN» 4!) 

Ii«iiv.,.iial ilci.iiRlta BUbJtrt 



II. J. 



Tola.. 



II. WUIiniDH. Iiila 

T*;lor llfollKTB. loin . 
N. 11. JotiOBon, lr>]B... 

J. A. Ilflli-li. loin 

lirown IVIcrxiin, lola. 
.1. <'. Rwouili>?ii. Inla.. 



l-:il< 



haplD. loin 

. nriuiOaD. jr.. Illl 

. Wplnmaii. Sr.. Iril 
'. II. Wari^n. Inla. 
HI. li. Klma. Inla. 
trtlf A. Itpnnett. I 



• KTorKlKH.ItKII 



ItllUl T. ItUBD 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Iron Kiver — Iroa Biver Bank. 

R. C. OGILVIE, PrcHldent. IIVKUN BII'LEY. Cnshlur, 



A. H. Crlmpo. 
K. A. Steckbaaer. 



ia^amS". 


*;;;;; 


Kuroimre ind fl 


lure* . , . 


nrrii KB olhpr 
Ilw frail iHDta 


baDlu... 
rtnd l>ank- 


I'. !<. tnd nail 
rmrj on band 


"""1 . .*■".'; 





StaTement. November 25. 1902. 

Llablllltrn. 

Ital Htwk 

Ivided protitit. ImH 'utw 

I Dd I vidua I d^txiBltg HUbJei-t 



210 W* 



W. W. l^a. Ii 

It A. Xipr^baiier. ii 

Bjroo RIple)-, [roD I 



NAMES OP STOCKIIOLUEltfl. 
: Superior (5.000 OO i A. II. Grlmiw. Iron Itlver... I.G<><I SO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Tsneaville — Bower City Bank. 



(iKOItnC G. SUTIIKUI.AXD. Preiiid«nt. ALEIIKT E. RINfiHAU. f 

DIRECTORS. 



Robert M, Busculck, Jr.. 

Statement, November 25, 1903. 



Jno. Tlioroitghgoad. 



IrfrflnH anil dlHcounta f:H2XI'< I^fl 

DvpnlrBftii ;IH1 IIU 

I'ash itpniH i;kT 12 

rliprkti nn other hnnkii. . , 4,414 0!) 
I>iii> from banks nnit bank- 

m 4a, 154 23 

r. K. anil natlnna] rur- 

renry on haad H.TTO 00 

fiBBcle 2,r.l4 -ZO 

Mrki'lx and cents 2:!0 91 

Total »4n2,3«r'. OS 



l.lablllll«. 



rnitlvldiMl iirrifltM. IrsK 
IndtTldual deposits Bu 
rprtltli.-aiP8 o( deiiojli 



(1.000 00 



■CKIinLDECltS. 







Janpavlllp 










1 


























































































Mnuat. Janp! 












H 




McLay. Janpi 


'Hie 


V 


l> 


Mnrrtock. Janfsvlllc, - . 



J. ». BiiHtwIpk & Huna. 

Jan<T)vill« 6.200 00 

K. II. Motiowan. Jancnvllle, . 1 .iii)i> 00 

\y. II. PHlRipr, Janfsvlllc. . . DOn no 

Ari'litp Held. JsnfSTlllp 4.r>O0 tM 

('. v.. RanoiiR. JanasTJllp. . . . .lOO iMi 

N'ptllp A.Roliprta. l''uDd dul^c »1>0 (HI 

J. W. Rale. Jnnpavllle i.(Mlo no 

n. t: Snyn. I'Milton iliO 00 

Mrs. A. Kenhorn. JflOPBTllto, 1. 000 On 

(tm.fi. Kutliprland, .laneiTllIc Si. 200 On 

J. ThoroiiBhRood. Janrsvillp. •■■nn mi 

I'hnfl. I.. Vnlpntlnp. Jan«Fvl11s l.OOO 00 

W. T, Van Kirk, JanPHTllle. aOO HO 

K. [■•. WaodH, Jnnwvllle i>On 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



I&neBTille — Merchants' & HedLanics' Savings Bank. 

. JEKt-HIS, PreeldcDt. \VM. BLADO.V, Casbler, 



DKvid Jeffiia, 
F, C. Cook, 
W. S, JeffrlB. 
A. II. Sheldon, 



\Vm. Bladon. 
M. O. Moaat. 
Jam«B UeniiM. 





.~„,.,™..,. 


"^IS^ "«>« «na*Hi^uri- 




INif tma u,ik. and baik- 





statement, November 25, 1902. 

Llablllt 



$818, 7(W 7H 

41« an 

2.00U 00 

i-to.noo no 



''npllal atork 

KurpluH fund 

t'ndlvlded pruflls. Itaa lom 



|1 dEpnallH subject 
«t of 'dp|ioHlt '.'.'.'.' 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



Wm. Bridon. JaneHVllle 

W. II. li. Mirloon. Janeavllle 

IlTld J^ffrls. Janravllle 

KniU lirij. Janesrlllp 

Jim Mouit. JaueMvllle 

Jmi« Jfpnzleii. Kock Tralrle 
llnj- BJffsdiUB. JanPWTtrie., 
IT, II. Tallroan estate, 
Jioeiirflle -, 



jlnL F. E. KIdred, Jao«T]1lB 1,000 

s 



Mm. R B. Cook. JaDHvlMe 
























Isaac F. Conncini. Jnneivllle. 


I.MlO <Ht 








1.4O0 00 






K. May Hnrk, JiinpKTlllp. . , , 


2.il) M> 










HeJI IliHilhroyd. Heaver Daw 




Total f70,000 «o 



,d,Google 



TefferBon — FarmerB* & Herchants' Bank. 



GEO. GltlMM, 1 



DIRECTORS. 



IV. S. Henry. 



GEO. J. KI»1 



GenrK« Cnpelnnd, 
Adam KlHpert. 
ChBB. !■'. Buliwlnkol. 



I*mDS and dlsTOiinW 


"';■?,;? s 










Chei-kf nn other b»nkii. . . 
IHie from baakx and luink- 


121) (ID 


V. H. nnrt niKlcDil cur 




NlckrlB and ceDlH 













Statement, November 25. 1902. 

Llabllltlea. 

Panlfal Btoek (flo.oOO 

Surplus fund la.noo 

rndlvlrird ilmfltn. Itsir toss 



8 and baakers 



Total $214,289 7 



naue:i 

(leorep Orlmm, .TeD^ranD. . . . ) 
H. 1'. rhrlBllaim. Johnson 

Oeo. J. KfBpprt.' Jeffcnion'. ', '. 
Itm. C. J. Kl!>n*rt. JefferRon 

W. S. Ilpnry, Jpfferaon 

Mni. A. Riiilwlakel. JcfFersoD 
I'hao. V. Rnllwlnkpl. JpfferBun 
Adam Ki(nM>rt. Ji>fri>rsnD. ... 

Mrs. K. Mmlth. JplTfnuin 

Juhn M. Kriedrl. J^irprxiiD . . 

(■hB8. JhIiU. -Ii-ffcraon 

Mrs. Knie Kloppeabncli. Jef- 

A. ruerntr * Son' Co..' 'jet- 
fpr^on 

r.f!otKf Coppland. JplTcrsoD.. 

ran ScEfppt. .Ii-IT'-son 

Jaii-pB Cmnphell snlatP, 
npaver Ham 

Mra, Darn-T llenr.v. JelTerson 

llenry llaakcll, Jefferann . . . 



' STOCKHOLDERS. 

ribn Relnel f 



. Jefferaon 



. Ht evens. 1 

1. H. OopelBDd, JeffereoD.. 

N. St-vpnH JoltePHon 

:b a. L. Ilearv. JeSoraon 
V. RoeBslcr. irtCe 



1 Ra: 



Ruardlan, 



(froiw W. 


Rlrri 


M 


dlson... 


Biln 


Im 








































M 




A , 
























M 


a. K. N 


■hler 


V 






Ml 




























J. 


Blenfan 


& Son. 


Jpllerson 


.-in 


(in 






ixm 















,d'r,Google 



Jefferson — Jeffenon Coimty Bank. 

STUn-llNUAClI, |-n»idcnt. M. BLCK, Cashier. 

ininocrons. 

FriDk Stnppenbacli. w II Porter 

Statemest. November 25. 1902. 

LlabllltlPH. 









H'ltrrltun- and nxlu 
linnds. iiocka and 


Iniurl- 


n-flii on orW binkB... 
ituf fnm tanks and bank- 


:^'-'~ 


cur- 




Total 



5. TOO 00 
3:!,S21 6H 






SDO.IIOO 00 
2.2H4 12 



depiiRlts aubjert 



Total tlSO.ITl a 



NAMK3 or STOCK II OLDGtIS. 



Fraali ittopppai.acli, JefTeraon fl.NOO 00 

Jolin IMnti ttlatr. JelTeiBon .t.OOO on 

fl . II. IVirtpr. Jefferson 2.1.00 00 

,11^° """■'»■ Jefferson l.-^u 

"J.KemdienBtelner. Jefferaoo 1,00 

- C. Ilaitr. Jefferson nO 

llfary Klschfr. Jefferson 2,ijO 



Mrs. C. C. Wllllama. I.akc 

Mills 

Mrs. n. r. Clnrt. Jefferson... 

<ieorge Held. Jefferaon 

Oeo. W. Bird. Madison 

Adele Henry. Jefferson 

Mrs. Kate Slappenbscb, Jet- 



i.OOO oo 
I .Olio 00 

I.OOO 00 
..20O oo 
200 00 



:""" "• "isn>»r. jett-'so; 
[- )I. Smith. Jefferson.. 
Mldiari litrii, Jefferson . . 
A. B. Bwbaod. Jefferson. 



E. Jaiig,'uiiwaukeeii 



i.voo 00 : 

."VOO 00 . 
500 00 



!r & Son Co., Jeffer- 



3.400 00 
O.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Johnson Creek — ^Hansfields Bank. 

GEO. D. MANSniCLD, TrestdcDt. FRED C. MANSIi'lKLU, Ciihlor. 

DIKECTOna. 



Geo. D. Manillelil, 



Ftea C. Msnafleld. 



Statement. November 25, 1903. 

LImbllltlPB. 



I^OBDR BBd dIfioonntH 

rtipHid nplul 


»no,nwi 22 

^■" 95 03 
' 33 30 

U.Kit m 

i..'i4n 00 

3,342 20 

r.i 01 

112T.273 82 


Individual "deposits Vubj;ct 


IkiDilH. HtafkM and securl- 


CortmcHtca nt depcalt 


rhfcks on other tinnks,.. 
INir trom btiDliR and hank- 




reni-y ud lianil 




NKMindrPnU ■.■;.■.■.■.■.■ 


Tola! 



. 11127.273 82 



NAUES OF 8T0CKH0LDEH& 



Total t25,U00 tM 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Stale Sanh. 



Janeau — Gititeni' Bank. 



SIDXeTl tt, 30NES 



TUEO. p. IIEUUV, CHshlel 



DIItECTOBS. 



Sidney B. Jon«. 
Ttoeo. I". Hemmy, 
Job. DulTy, 



Statement. November 2 



Rem 



. . 163.333 -I 

OTrrdraitH l.J-'T i 

K.nkliit! buuse ■- J-SW V 

tHbei real tstnte 4.tlOO (I 

Furniture and fixtures l.JIMI II 

BoDdK. stocks and Becurl- ^^^ ^ 

line from banks and bank- 

[' S. and national cur- 
rency on band I.0T4 

.Virkela aod ceute »l S 

Total tllll. T al 1 



Llabllltlr*. 



:a|iltal alocli 

lurptus fund 

Tnulviiled proUtH. less Uimh 

and exp, ucct 

ndlviilual dciWMlls eubjwt 

bauliB a HI] bankers 

Ids unpaid 

e-(]i«roiiatei1 



NAMES OF STOCRliOLDRRS. 



p:. llallock. Juneau »2W M 

). i: Ilemmr. Juneaii. ^. "-"J"' '' 

ipj It Jont'H, lliistlsford. 4,WMI OIJ 

la^ Roir. Hustlaford. . . . ^ j.00 01) 

;'llna"1^»i^."l""ric.>n .".'." aOO 00 

k I*vpll. Waupua TIS ^ 

ICuduif, Juneau 4IW 0"» 



Jas. Huffy. Clyioan •J.OtiO DO 

f. W. lipliliardt Juneau :>(K) IKI 

John NpMs. Jimpuii 4U0 00 

M. L. I.iii-ck. Juneau l.UUO Or) 

lira. K. Ilulloc'.!. Juupnu (t.UOO (JO 

Tolnl *J0. 1)110 U(J 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Eftnkaana — Bank of £ankaana. 

rKTi:il UKL'TKIl, ['rcsldeDt. f. A. TOWSUiV, ' 

DIUGCTOllS. 

IVtcr TtpntPr, ■ nitn 11. Hiinle. 

]■•. A. T..«»l.-y. A. IV. rrleet. 

. MiNminUtrin. Alfred Galpln. 



.. <). liori 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 

LlabllMlpii. 

... ?asii.|iin 04 CaultBl utm-U 

and eip. i 



Due from tanks aoi bank- 



yickelK and r. 
Total . 



IpHlvrliin' dtf|i 



Lilijec 






Pi'ter Renter. Kaii 
V. . 



. McVm; 



. Knukaiiiii 
. Kmikatini 

Knukxii 



1. ^V. I>allpn win 

Ii>u. Krli-B ' ' 



'. r.»rj 



. DO 01) M. Kabcock. .Vmnnh 

-. Hoiward. (Irand ( J. A. KEmborly. Neenah 

KapidB. Minn 1 .HIMI INI , i-iarn A. Sliatliirli, Neenali . . 

John Mrlll, Kaiikaiiua l.i.ml n.i Wmnn-n J. Klmlwrljr. Neenah 

A. W. {■rIpRi'. A|)]>letuii t.iUO Willi. J. Vithii'Icii, l.lltli- niiili' 

N. II. Brokow eatnle. Appk- IJ. 10. Vvrslriii-ii. I.Un>- CLuIi- 

Ion S,4nn00|l''. J. V>'rHi»i.-<'ii. l'lill<^('l>iit<' 

J.l*. neuter eslnfe. KaiikaiiiiB llld Uii A. C. Merryman. tlDrlaMte. . 

II. a. Cooke. Kaiikauna sflO mi J.lllokpy. Saitl,ake City. Ill nli 

A. Tbltmany, Bonn, i;(-rniany 4,<)IH) III) { John HirhullhieB. Kaukaiiaa . . 

John MeNaiigb ton. Appletou O.OUO Uil I - 

Alfred Galpln, Applelon <i.4U0U0l Total | 



Ijun on 
l.IMM 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Stale Banks. 



Kenotha— Eenotha State Baiik. 

VUaSK ». KOMP. I'reiildSQt. FRAXK T, MOI/OXEY. CflBhler. 

DinKfTORS. 
Iteuelas r. Orsgg. Trank S. Komp, 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 





aim uT 

iH,a-a m 

3,5.'>il UO 

l.OKH 00 

40 Bl 
U40 34 




$ar..oou 0(1 


I'Drnlture aod Ijiturea . . . 
KondK. mttt-^B nnd sciurl- 


individual dppoKlis xubj^rt 

<'erHflcn(e» o'f'c'ieiJruilt' .'." . 
-SavliiKu dfpuxlts 

Total 






<'b«^g oa otber banks... 
luif fruni banks and bank- 




I. S. and Datlonal cur- 




.Mrkrla and rmlH 

Low and pi|h-diip account. 




Total 


$:w.H4i> 11 


i:i4,K4i) 11 



NAMREl OF STOCK HOI.IIEKS. 



Frank T. Moloney. Kcnoaha 
<;*o. M. Mflvllli'. K*n«l)a. 
Frank S, Kump. trimte*. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Slate Sanies. 



Xenoiha — Xerchanti A Saviagt Bank. 

IIENBY B. KOBINSON. Prcildent. AYLMF.R K. WILDER, C 

DIRECTOR. 

II. B. ItOblDBOD. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



BoDdii. ntot-kB and wruti- 



"'■T. 


10 
00 


101 


45 


3i,aa2 


40 


2',H-J1 


(HI 


.-,o.a.iN -N 1 



Llabllttlv*. 




rmllvldPd LruHtx, Ihr 1o»h 
InIll'viduB?'d°UwltHiiubJf"<-t 


MT 07 


Certmc-at™ of dcprwir .... 
iriarliigH (IppoxltH 


ilia!* a- 



' STOCKHOLDERS. 

<X\ I nii'bsrd T. RobliiK 



Pd.yGoogIe 



State Banh. 



Kewannee—State Bank of Eew&nnee. 

E. DECKER. PreBltlfDt. L. A. KARKI., Caihler. 

DIRECTORS. 
E. Decker. Ceargs Crlmnier, 

Joscpb lIUTBll. I,. A. Karej. 

E. L>eclter. Jr.. 

Statement. November 25. 1902. 



"—'•"" 


*"■ 


t458.a.l4 22 
(1,000 00 
K.OOO 00 
l.WW 00 

en.doo w) 

GOO Wl 

4r..o:i.-. o:t 

H.l-7 00 

110 2H 
2.40S 84 




LlabllltlPB. 






duni dppoRlis BabJiH't 
chwk 

u rmnkB and bankprg 










KurnHnre iad flxturps . . 
llMiilii. BiDckH and BPcurl- 


r.0.712 33 








!>» tna lankB aod b 


nk- 




'■ M. uiii Dational 


ciir- 






























«wS,.-,lH 08 













NAUER OF- STOCKHOLDERS. 

t.'OO 00 I i:. Ih-i'tiT, Jr.. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Kiel— Stat« Bank of Kiel. 



CIIABLKS HEINS, PreBldsaC. 



RICHARD KIEL, Cashier. 



DIRECTORS. 



r>. II. Sella p«r. 
Richard Klt-1. 



SUtement, November 25, 1902. 



1.I1 



Loans aad dlacounts 1153. »0S 10 

OT«rdr»rtB 2.2in 7S 

BanklDg hounp H.yili " 

Cash Items flliia 

Hue trom liaakB and bank- 

l.'. S. and national cur- 

rtacj on baud G.n4: 

Swclp 3,ol' 

NIckeU and renls 3; 

Ksvpnup alampa 5 00 



Capital atock 

I'ndlvlded profits, lew loBS 

Individual deiKialta subject 

to eUPCk «7,lfl8 sa 

Certiacslea of deposit 10:i.lKll 10 



15,000 00 
5.T81 30 



Total taOO.S51 31 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



B Ilelns 



Kiel . 



k.. Hunt, kaukauna 

. I.nun. Kiel 

!. Sliiimway, I'olo. 111,... 
I. Kldred. (Irwn Hay 



I nerman Si'baper, KUt.. 



,d,Google 



state Banks. 



La Crosie — Bataviiin Bank. 



t L ItEXTI.KY, rrcaident. 



G, Van ateet)iF7l[, 
K. B. B«ntley. 
Jinws UcCord, 
Mlcbael I'liDh. 
JtnieB J. Hoiao, 



B. U. WING, Ciihler. 



DIRECTORS. 



Umi ud dlscountx . . . 










■111.' trom bRDkH aoo 




cm 




Tniil 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 

I.l«blllll«ii 

;tu:i an 

INHI 0<1 

17a :iu 



I>uv tv htaVt 



41. am iu 

;i7K.-j4ii r.i> 
i.^iij.-i:'!) 71 



XAUKS OP STOCK llOl-DEnS. 



K E. fonlley. I.o rr.)SBP., 
K.3<c lillr Kmtt. L.1I • r<>«ai 
";■ Vm Weenwyh. I.a Cn. 



VV. TriiDrii fHtitto. I^ Cni 
KnrmijKv >'9tHl>-. t.a <-r(»iHP 
Urn. J, llflipmann. Iji CrOHiip 

























1. rhli-nno. Ill 














- •!,•>«. Oil. 













J(.'Tplkp. KolilhmiH & <'o.. 

A. Illi'HhliHiii^r.' i.'n 'c-riiHii 
N.II.Ihiln-ny i'hIhK'. J.at'n 
iKnclur KrhllllnK. I.n I'mHi 
.Mi'H. II. M. Itsy. I.a I'nii 
(;;-i.. II. liny. Lit CniiiHi-. 
C. 11. \liUii> Lumber ( 



lonxmidii wins. La I'n 
Mnr* riiMilir. I J) 4'niKi 
.1. i:. Mrt'DUnHI. I^ ( 
r. II. fi>'iiwi-lx!-r. Iji « 



Pd.yGoogIe 



8lat$ Sankt. 



La Croue— -Exchange State Bank. 



[|':bleK, PresldeDt. 



DinECTORS. 



KI'II P. OOURRS, Cnshler. 



W. B. Twbampr. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



l«k 


y on 


Bthfr ba 


nkB. . . 


reSr 


haid .. 


. .*'!'.''; 




and 








rfmliim 


reCClT- 











. |i2i,2rii e 

9,0l»l! 



2,010 21 



Ltabl lilies. 

Capital alock fS-'i, 

I'ndlvldvd pmfllB, 1»hs Ion 

and fxp. BL-ct 4 , 

Indlvldnal dfpualta auhjpct 

En check 44, 

(^prtlflrat«a of drpoBit 4fl. 

flavlnftH dvpnattK 4S, 

Iilrldi-nda unpaid 



,000 on 
.S3.t 93 

.flni »3 

,SH2 im 

ifi 00 



J. K- 


miPPlrr. 


I.a Crnase 




?:.'-,"-lr 






























J. U. 


Tiirnbul 


. Iji Cross 



NAMES OP STOCKnOLnKRS. 



Mra. K. K. Tro 



W. II. 'IWhai-,-. -_ 

Cora M. (.'opeland. Iji Crosae 



S. J. Waltr. I.B 



oddnrd. 
Bill W. M 
. A. Ilydi 



11. Urlawold. 

Job. r. fiohrpa, i.a i 
Oforjie B. I'hllllpa, 1. 



Iianvy. Ln Cnjanc 

I,a Croaae 

I. tji Ci 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Xa Croue — Gennan-American Bank. 



ADAM KRONER, ITcsldeDt. 



BOSCtlCRT. Cubl«r. 



Adam Kmner. 
T>. II. Palmer. 
Inbn A. Rlllott. 
Carl Kiirtlnacher. 
Geo. ZelBler, Jr., 



Statement, November 25. 1902. 



IjWM BBd diBTOUntB (0.W..13B 07 

"wrtnriB .l.aiW ft.'. 

y^nwan ind fliluren . , . 2.500 00 

"^ Morte RDd Bwurl- 

_ ll™ «on 00 

IJw*" on ntber banks ... *,743 51 

"w (ron bgnka and 

l«»k«f« 142.010 DO 

'- f- ud national cnr- 

^Wr nn hand 17,0.12 Ofi 

^r"* 24.04.1 00 

.Mi-kpli loii rrntti 11512 

To(aI »l«2.3fia or. . 



LiBbllltlM. 

THpltBl ntiick 150.000 00 

I'ndJi-ltlnl pmfitx. r<va Inm 

nnil Pin. arct 2I.7MI 03 

Indlrldiial dpiHHiltii Bnbjpct 

to chPTk 14.1.252 ItT 

rprllllrfltPB of rtPixiult :i7a.o>ii SI 

Hnrlnm dppoHlU 240.272 74 

Cpitlflpd rhorkii 1.100 00 



NAMES OF STOCEHOLDEBS. 



Mit Krontr. T,a Crowe.. . 1 
''■ " P"liii»r. Ln Cmsae. . . 
^?«Ph Bwchfrt. !.« Croaae. 
Vt™>o ramnwi. I^ Croaae. 
'«' A. Riiiot. Lii Croaae. . . 

"'lo Un^fr, Ij Croaae 

?J ^ Btwoaa, I^ Croese. , 
'ou Rukdmanii. Tjt rmaae 
K- A- Rtdtmicher. Ld Oroaae 
' vl Kittenacker. La Croaae 
JH Wir,T. J,., ij, c 



r^ftZ, 



Sr.. I.a ( 



frrt (i, rwier, ij, 

«™>nl ZeUlpr, I,a CroMe. . 

["M Hirtl. La Croaae 

flLHIAIih. I.. Croiwe.... 
ijoli Pimmel, Ij Crome. . . 
WB.Tom,ncp. Iji CroBse,.. 

S Cona,Lji Crome 

J Rom«. U CnwM 

^- H. TTirinwr. !.« i:roB». . 

Jn- taJunlllw.' La CrOBie!! 

*"!■ uiftiian. IJ Croaae 

fnjit Rrhiralbe. I^ Croaae 

A«;»t Miller. La Croaae 

f H. Schweiaer. La Croaae. 
'■ Geo. Schwelzer. La Croaae 
Johian, Hsiimann. LaCroaae 

*iliiiHit,, La Cnuuie 

V. P. HajH. r.a Croaae..., 
f- A- «rtardach. Iji Croaae. 
ioba Bntiti, Ut Croiw... 



t.1.000 no 




1.000 n» 


































Frank R Cnhurn. W«at Salen 


1 ,fl.lo oo 






































































r>letn> Laniie. J.B Croa&p. . . , 


Koo on 


500 00 


Matt. NpwburK. La Croaae. 


"on on 
































BOO 00 


Ix»als Knehn. La CrosBe. . . 


i.,.no 00 








1.000 00 
600 00 






Total 


150,000 00 




Dr; ■ 


zp.)rv^^.U 



00 , 



la CroBse — Secnrity Savinga Bank. 



W. W. WITIIKJ:, rresiclpnt. 



E. N. llOIII(t:SRN, Cashier 



W. W. Wlthee. 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 



Kr>»iir< 


"■ 


l.HIO «N 
nil! 81 

au.n-io an 
r..w.t on 

'■'ii 


■.labllHIoo. 


ISO.IKMi on 






rn(tlvilll-d l>n>niH. IPNH lUKB 








riirnltiirc nnrt flstiirm 


,;r>: 


Inillvlilual driMartR mibjivt 






Cert 111 ca IPS ot d^HisIt 

SHVingE UppuBfIS 








ti4.BUZ ^J 


t'beckg on olhfr banks 
Diip from li»nli9 


ind 


T. R and niitinnaL 

s«"r """"•' ■■■■ 


'■".': 






















Total 


(H0,7O8 15 









NAMISS OF STOCKtIOLDBRa 



W. W. Wlllipo, t.n Croi 
K. N. Borrespn. I.B IT. 
Mrs. R. W. WItlicp. IiS< 



Pd.yGoogIe 



state Banks. 



La Crosse-^tate Bank af Xa Croue. 



GEO. tl. RAV, rresldeot. 



G«o. H. Ray, 
A.. I-lati, 
II. A. Salier. 
J. M. Holle;, 



J. U. HOLLEV. Cubler. 



DIBECTORS. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



ReBOBrv«B. 



£"mllun ind airnrcfl . . . 
""oos. marks uid securl- 






171 4« 
13.<HH) (N) 
3,000 00 



6,2»I 04 



,.""»« 104,603 40 

' -^ and DallDnBl cuv- 

h""J on hand 3T.575 00 

H™« 2T,T86 80 

■^«*tli ud ™r- 164 05 



TWii . 



. tS26.S 



LiMbllltlH. 



IvJOpd proflta. legs loss 



1 »ip. I 
IduBl ih 



■dividual itepmiltg subject 

lert to chm:k 

oC deposit ■ . . 



0,000 00 
0,003 07 



NAMES OP 8TOCKHOI.D1 



j^uB-Hv, La CroBBE | 

J „*■ Holler. I-» CroBBe.... 

11 . 'i""™"™. !•" Crosse.. 
iMslwr. r^ CroBse.... 

M-Vt'"''!. Lb Crosse 

■'"■ HlmoQ^n 1..B Cr08«e. , . 

J- W[!nit. La CrosBB 

ff'^M.B. Moore, I.aCroB»e 

^- «■ Gund, Cleveland, O. 



) A. J. Crocker, Emnorln. Kas, 700 00 

) Mrs. E. E. C. WestOD, La 

) (Crosse 1.400 00 

I Mrs. H. M. RsT. La CroBge.. 1.400 00 

1 A. Plati, La OroBse 5.K0O 00 

I L. Coren, La Crosge 400 OO 

) MBrsery Bill. La Crosse l,:t00 00 

I Fannie E. SIM, La Croue.. . BilO 00 

I W. S. Carglll, La Crosge l.OOO 00 

Total t&O.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Lake kills— Bank of Lake KiUs. 



W. II. WOOD. Cashier. 



Ij. n. Fargo. 
». A. Itped. 

C. C. Wllllami 



Statement November 26. 1902. 

I.labllltlPK. 



p and tlxturra . 



1.1124 OS 

ll.lfK) 3N 

1.(113 nn 



KurnluB fund '.'W'.'.'.'IW 
T'ndlvicipd proHlv letv Iohh 

and Pip. Bret 

Inillvldiinl dppuBltH anbjFrt 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



I.. It. Fnrgo. I.akp Mllla ! 

nnbprt Fargn. l^kp M[Ms 

r. C. WUIInms. T,nke Mills.. 
Filward rrnmp. Ijike Mills.. 
Alilsall Odlorne. I.akp MlUa. 

K. r. nmirn. I.akp Mllla 

W. 11. Wood. Lake Mllla.... 
Wm. FlTPiBon. Tjikp Mills... 
ranrad F.nEsbprfi. I.akp Mills 

It. y.. FaTlilp. T.Bkp Mllla 

n. A. Rppd. I.ak" Mlilx 

n. J. SllllmRD. I.akp Mllla... 

I-hfbe Cardner. AiiK>'ala 

dm. I>, Manafleld. .lolinaon 

Ciffk 

F. r. MuuMHi'ld. Julniwm 

rreok 






Jiihnwi 



3lK) 00 
(irfl<'p IL Mnnsflpid, Juhnsmi 

L'rppk 40l> no 

Flora F. ManatlPld. Jnlmaoa 

CTfti 4on oo 

I'. W. Maoaflpld. Jobnaon 

rrppk 4CiO 00 

Mlldr^ Mansnpld. JutiDsun 

Cnvk 41>I) 00 

RHiabelli I,. Myera, I>oa An- 

nlps, r«i 2."f«> 00 

Wm. A. Kngaberg. Lake Mills MO <fi 

Tolnl SaO.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



lAke Mill»— Greenwood ■ State Bank. 

C. F. GBKKNWOOD, ITeslOcnt. A. W. (JltKKNWllOIi. 

UlllKCrOlIS. 
C. v. Greenwood. G. K. Crei-nwouil. 

A. W. Gr«eDiTOod. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 

LlablllllPH. 



IJMm iDi) dltroants flSl.Olf) 14 

flirnlnins 533 fl« 

niDkliig Doom T,200 (Hi 

rnijrtt itorka aod ■ccorl- 

TiBii Ittnii ,.',.' '.'.' '"" "• 
niwii on ntJiM banks 






OpltHl »tDPk ■. 

MurpliiB fan<l 

I ' nit 1 Tided pro.ilH. lew loss 

Indlvidnnl dl^po■itlt Bubifcl 

Ortllicatpg of depuall .... 






Total $:il4.HIN 7 



NAUE8 OF STOCKHOLDKlIt 



'- K (IrMDsDod. iJlke MMs.JIO.OOO 1 

A. >V. (liwn»i)6(]. l,»ke Mills i4 Ntl) C 

'*>. AJI.n. Uke Mill- l-^Of; f 

«■* A. fWiorae, I^Ue Mills- 2.5U0 I 

''"iiT IJjrfeil JetTerson . . . a.&OO (I 

V,-, f- limnn-ood. Lnkc MiTa J.500 fl 

«l«i A. [[pLard. r,nke Mills. l-S'iO C 

f^ S. lirfMB™!. Ijikc Milla 1.5un (J 



I.ake MIIU 

Mra. U. J. Kellogg. Lake illll 
Mi-a. J. 1>. Dodge. Lake Ml:] 



Pdr,yG00gIe 



Lake Hilla — Savings, Hortgage-Loan Ascooiatioa. 

'. KKN'NKYS-TYNTE, President. N. B. FALK, Ciibler. 

DIRECTORS. 

N. H. Falk. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



Loana and dlsconnta 




(13,. -MO 00 


f-'X',":^.""" "''"" 






line tnim bSDka 


and 




V. R. and national 
rency an hand . . - 


'"'; 


'SS 

























Capital stock (25.n00 fM 

llndlTlded prolltB 167 O: 

CertiflcatpB of deposit 1.010 «■ 



Total *29,18B T. 



NAMK:« UK KTIKKIIDLIIimS. 

V. Ki-iiiii'jKTyiilc, Irfikc (N. II. Ii'alk ... 

.MillR »ltl,000 00 

li, W. Keniipya-Tynlp. Lake I Total .. 



,d,Google 



Xanoaiter— Xeyer-Showalter Stete Bank, 

;. SHOWALTBR, PrealdeDt rBBD P. UBYEEt, Caabler. 

DiRseroBa 

Prcd P. U«Ter, 
V. I. Showaltgr. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



KonfU, stocks aai 

il«s 

Ca*<> Itvma 

Ltwcks on atber b! 
Due Trom ban I 

r. S. «nd ■ nat'loi 
rvQcy on baud 



. (448.010 23 
24,061 DO 
5.000 00 



Total (505.370 8 



■.labllltlH. 

Cspllal alDck f2j.aM iiri 

8arplUB fund ^I'l.WIU DO 

I'DdJvlded prontH. \em Iubb 

and Rxn. BF(!l 6,412 47 

iDdlvldUBl depoHtls HUbJeot 

check 124.341 SI 

□r de[Hiilt 414,416 (II 



Tot«l (585.370 RI) 



NAUB8 OF STOCKUOLDBBS. 



B. B. Sbowatter. I^ancaster.. ir.bOO OOiV. L. Showalter. Lancaster.. 1.000 00 
BIchard Meyer, ^r., Lancaster 7.000 00 T.C.Hiwle; 1 Co., PlalteTllle MIO 00 

Fred P. Meyer. IJancaster... 1.600 00 

B. Hsyer estate, Lancaster. . T.500 00 | Tata) (25.000 00 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



Laacutei — State Bank of Gnat County. 



JOHN 8CIIItmNE!K, rrealdent. 



JOS. BOCK, Cnsliler. 



John Schrelaer, 
C. H. Baiter, 
Job. Bock, 



DIRECTOfia 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



IxiaDH and dlKcauntH |21>n.f>»8 lift 

rniinld PHpKiil 20.<K)0 (HI 

(KonlrnriB IT.l:^:: 14 

I'-iirnlturp and flxturcK ... S.OOO 00 
Bonds, stocko and Becurl- 

tl™ C,7fi2 .-in 

Chprks on othrr hnnliB . . . 2,tlTT 70 
riiip from bankB and 

bankers 52,070 B7 

V, a. and aatlonal cur- 

renrs on hand ]S,*28 00 

Specie 11.41139 

Tolfll 1430,770 08 



LiKbllltlCB. 

ranllal stock 

rndlvlded pruntn, lean losa 
iDdlvldnal deposits aubject 
C^rtlflcfltPs of deposit ... 



4.7:>v in 

A. aw 90 



Total J4a0,7 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS, 



John SehrelDcr. I.nncRstei 
Ceo. W. Rjland. I^ncaale 
Jos. Bock. Lane Aster . . . . 
C. II. Da Iter, Lancaster . 
Jos. Nathan, Ijncaater . 
Brooker Bros.. Lancaster. 
H. Barlow, Lancaster... 
Thos. Tuckwood. Lancastc 
Ivey ti Webl). I/ancaster.. 



'. Hanniim. Lancaster SOU 00 

)hn lleqkel, Lancaster I.OUU 00 

CO. Muaaae. Lancaster 700 00 

eo. W. Westing. Lancialer. l.Ooo 00 

'. A. Oraham, Xancaster. .. 1.000 00 

A. Coombs. Hadiaon B09 00 

. WealliiR. Hartwell. Neb.. 2.nuO 00 

r>uliu> WestlnK. Lancaater.. 4.000 00 

im WpEtiQK. llartwetl. Neb. 1 ,nun 00 

nna Kaj, Lancaster 1,300 00 

Total 160.000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Lodi— state Bank of Lodi. 



D. il. ROBERTSON, I'realdenl. 



B, F. VANDEKFOEL, Cuiil«r. 



DIBECTORS. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 

Ll>bllltl«. 



KunillurF and flimres . 



rrner pd band . 
8wd» 



T,3mi OO 1 
33U 22 I 

20,53a 61 

»,zau 00 



d iirofltH. lew liHui 
Individual d^uBlts Hubjert 



tSri.OOU 00 
3.0T0 14 



Tolal jaaii.ortH 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDEnS. 

D H. Robertson, l^oai (11,000 00 I E. P. Vanderpeol, Lodi 8,000 00 

Wm. B. Folaom. I^odl 6.000 00 

Wa Caldour, l-odl I.OOO 00 1 Total »W,000 OO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



HadifOn — Bank of WiMon^, 



WM. F. VII.A8, Preeldent. 



DIRECTORS. 



Arthur L. Sanborn, 
Frank Kemenlch, 
8. H. EdlBOQ, 



JOSEPH H. BOYD, Cublsr. 



Geo. 3oeIch 
Eu^ne Elgbmr, 
A- O. Foi. 

Joel Boler, 
Joaeph M. Baji. 



Overdrafts 

Itonds, B tucks and aecuTl- 



Statement, Novem'ber 25, 1903. 

LlBbllltlea. 

!apltBl stock «10O,(M 

. .. urpluB fund SO. 01 

1,604 eo Undivided proQta. less loss 



22,0 



Checks oil 
Due froi 



banks and 



40 00 

31 30 

1.S81 04 



Nickels and Muts . 
Total 



Depoalta 

l>ue to banks and bankers 
Dividends unpaid 



Total (747,876 28 



NAUES OP STOCEHOLDZRS. 



Wm. F. Vitas. Madison $10,000 C 

Frank W. Hoyt, Madlaon... 10,000 ( 

Joaepli M. Boyd. Madison... 21.100 ( 

Enaene Elitlinij. Madison a.6O0 C 

R. ^ootloD eatale. MndlBon. 1,000 I 

S. A. Harper estate. MadlHon l.liOO 

Winona L.Buck. Buffalo. N.Y. fiOO t 

E. R. CurtlEB. Madiaon J.UUO 

P. B. Knoi. Madison 1.000 (\ 

W. L. Dowtlng. HadlBon ;100 

W. B. Pet rie, Madison l.OOO 

R. G. Tbwalteo; Uadlaon 800 

SIdner P. Rundell. Madison. l.MO 

W. J. Teckemerer. Madiaon. . 500 

Olive L. Jones. Madison 2,bOO 

S, Ji. RdlBon. MadlsoD 2,000 

R. J. Hart, Madison 1,000 

Cbas. N. Brown. Madison.. I.UOO O 

Frank M. Riley. Madison iiOO 

O. B. Gernon, Madison 500 

Frank Schoen, Madison euo 

Ekiwin P.. Bryatit. Madison.. 1.000 

W, A. Henry, Madison 1.000 

John OrlDde. Madison SOO 

James, E., M., N., &. J. W. 

Conklln, Madison 5,000 0< 

Qeo, Soelcb, Madison 1,000 Oi 

Albert Schmedeman, Hadlaon BW 4 



Nlcfaolaa Keeley, Madiaon... 
Geo. M. Neckermon. Madiaon 
Prank Eeasenlcb, Madiaon.. 

Helen R. Olln, Madiaon 

Deming Pltrh, Madiaon 

Arthur !>. Sanbom, Madiaon 
il. A. Taylor, Wash.. D. C... 
H. Tanllle estate. Madison. 
Robert (I. Slebecker. Madiaon 

J-. C. Freemnn. Madiaon 

W. F. Plerstortt, MIOdleton.. 
Mabel F. Jackson. Madiaon.. 

Wm. T. Fish, Madiaon 2. 

■ Ajiward. Madli 



W. A. Oppel. Madison.. 

Joel Bole.T. Madison 

Harriet L. Parke, Albany, 



I H. Vllaa, Madison.. 

J. For. Madison 

Mabel B. Kropf, Madison.. 
T. A. noleman, Madlion,. 
H. L. RuBBell, Madiaon... 



,U00 00 
SOO 00 

,uoo oo 



BOO 00 

S,0O0 00 
2,000 00 



MBdiwn— Capital City Bank. 



J W. UOBBINS, President. 



L. M. Pmy. 

A. H. HolIlBter. 

Carl A. Jobnaoa, 



J. W. nOBBINS, 'Mhler. 



DIBBCTORa 



St&tement, November 2S, 190Z. 



3,SG0 00 



iMaat 4i]d dlscoQnCs f5OT,e08 38 

l'ap*[d capital HO, 000 00 

ilTerdrafts 3,6«2 98 

RanklDg house 1«,000 00 

Kooda. BtockH and see — ' 

<rhfcks OD other banks. 
Ini« from banks 

I'. ». and' nattonai < 

rvD-'r on hand 

.Oprcre 

SIckelK and fcnts 

Krrruae stamps 

Total »7<8. 



5,892 Hi 

4.04S 00 
1,347 IH 



Llabllltlen. 

Capital stock 

!4urplus fund 

Undivided iirodta. lew lou 

fi<dlvlduii] depoBlts aubject 

to ciitck 

(.>rl1tlcatea ol deposit ... 

Havings deposit 

Due tu baukH and bankers 



313, S&9 12 



»1 35 



NAUES OP STOCEUOLDBBB. 



Pari A. Johnson. Madlaon... 1 

Wm. Jacobs eatate - 

J. W. Bobbins, Madlaon.... . 
Wm. F. Vllaa, Madison .. . . . 1 
Jowpb Ilausmann estate, 

MadlsoD \;- \: ' 

UaanuB Swenson, Madison . . 
L. U. Fay, Madison ....... . 

3 W Hudson estate, Madison 
Sophie Klauber. Madison. . . , 

Lena LctI, Buffalo. N, \ 

A. H. Holllater, Madlaon 

TIios. Bexan. MadlTOn 

nedwlK Kajser, Madison . . , 



Sarah A. Rhodes, Madison, 
n. Terr;. Madlaon 

.'N.'cireKOr'j, Iowa city.'la. 

1. 8. KInubcr, Madison 

eo. W. Bird. Msdlsoo 

achflel Mack, Madison 

[re. K. N. M. Johnson. Mad. 

'. J. Ilobblns. Madison 

Wm. Helm. Madltwn 

■ J. N. Ilobblns. Madison.... 
' Frances B. Baymer. Madlsoo 



I.OOO 00 
,000 00 

:,hO0 00 
;.ooo 00 

,000 00 

.000 on 

000 00 

100 ou 



Total flOO.OOO UO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



K&dison — Oemmn-AtneriouL Bask. 



run, rresid^Dt. 



KDMl^NII RVHR. Csihlw. 



DIRECrOBS. 





and <T|R 


ount« 


em. 






Ilniidi 


Btai-ka 


aSd"™ 


*<ip.: 










f;r 


'from" 


laDkB 


and 


I-. s 


nnd u 


■rlunal 


Mir- 





























Statement, November 26. 1902. 

Mllhllltl^H. 

I'anltnl utoch J;25.00il im 

KiirnluH fund 'J.I.ihhI Hi 

rndlrldpd profltH. Ifw toss 

and Pin. ii'cl .■i.IKi:) 24 

IndlvEduHl depoallB «ubjM:t 

to chpck 147,703 12 

(-crtLflcBlE'H of deooslt ... 14T.ini iK 



24.100 12 
2.433 5a 

an. 331 OK 



prllltiHl rli^kx 



NAMF.3 OF STOCKHOLDERa. 

.1 J Siibr estate UiidlHon...tSl. 400 noi i:dmiiiid Snhr. MadlBon SflO On 

F. W, Siilir. Mndlnou 2U0 Oft i 

John Siilir. Madison :iOO 00 I Total IJj.OUO IKJ 



Pdr,yG00gIe 



Slate Banks. 



Uadiun — State Bank. 



1.. S. tIANKS, I'resldent 



n. O. KNEl, 
niRECTOHS. 

;.%, "■ " ■"■•' 

statement. November 25, 1902. 

LlBbllDlm. 



IbiiiijB, ttoi'kn and securl- 

[ln 

I'lJih IttmR 

rlwrki .ID uiher baoks ... 
I nip rrom lianks and 



13T,(IH1 
148 



NAMES OF BTOCHHOLDEH9. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Stale Banks. 



XanitoToo — Otrman Amerioan Ttauk. 



h. D. H08BB, Preildeat. 



F. T. ZENTNER, Caihler. 



L. D. UoMS, 
Leander Cboate, 
Emll Teltsen, 



Statement, NOTemtier 25, J902. 



I>oiinii aad dlseounu $ii,8n 34 

Unpaid capltsl 80,000 00 

OTerdrBlts 4 441 4e 

BankliiK houu 15,012 Sfl 

Other real estate 2.215 35 

Fiirnllure and Hituraa ... 3,422 82 

Cash Itemt 27 36 

Due from tunka nai 

baukera 6,292 35 

v. a. and natloDal ciit> 

rencr an hand 2,960 00 

Specie 3,124 4.1 

Ktckela and cents 21 4B 

Bipeiue account B,36T 74 

ReveDue atampa 22 28 

Taiea paid 690 88 

Total (167.416 IB 



Llahllltlea. 

Caplta.1 stock 1100,01 

Undivided proSta. leas losb 

and eip. acct. . ..: 4,41 

Individual depoaita subject 

to check 27,21 

CertlflcaCes of deivoslt 33,fl< 

Due lo banks and bankers 1,91 



TotHi S16T.41« 1 



NAHB8 OP ST0CKB0LDEB8. 



Emit TIetgeD, Manitowoc. . . 
F. T. Zentner. MaQlCowoc. , 
L. D. Moaea, Ogdenabucg. . . 
H. L. Harkbam. Uanitowac. 

W. N. Klllen, Cato 

O, A. N;hagen. Manitowoc. 
J. U. Braj, Oabkoab 



, |e,eoo 00 

GOO 00 

s.ooo 00 



i.uoo 00 
2,000 00 

.1,000 00 
Ci,500 00 



.000 00 I 



M, B. Morgan, Oafakoab 

R, T. Morgan, Osbkoab a.wu vu 

T. R. UorKaD. Oahkosb 3.U00 00 

C. W. BaiUard. O^koab S.OOO OO 

S. C. Radford, Oahkoab 1.000 00 

A. A. aoper. Rlpon 1,500 00 

N. Haaon, Rlpon EiOO 00 

Tot»l tlOO.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Kutitowofr— Hanitowoc SaTings Banlc. 



JOHN SCBUBTTE. PmldenL 



DIBECT0K8. 



EDWIN SCHUirrTE, C 



Ed. Scbaett*. 



Statement, Novenvber 2G, 1902. 

Liabilities. 



1a«u iDd dlseonnti . 

<itpnJr«ft» 



Pnmlnni on boada ■ . . ■ 
riiccti OB Diber banks. 



!>« from 

■ad nitloDsi car- 



ftptth) 

Mrttis and cenu . 

Total 



Capital atock 

Surplui fund 

lindlylded profit*. Ii 



Certlflcatei of deposit . 

SsTlngB depoalta 

Due to l>aiika and baokc 



NA.HB8 OP ST0CKH0L0BR8. 



„„.„ Manltow 

Ed. Sebnettc Manitowoc . . . 
Frtd. Bchaetle. MaBltowoc. 
Ang. Schnette, Manitowoc - . 



iS.hOO 001 Geo. H. Bcbaette. Manitowoc 2.S0O 00 

T.OOO 00 Gealae BloqDelle. Manitowoc. 2,;i00 00 

e.OOO 00 Martha Alter. Manitowoc... 2.3U0 00 

a.ouO 00 

2.300 00 I Total tlOO.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Karknas — ^Harkeun State Bank. 



M, B, FOLSOU, 1 



'. SMITH, C*ibl». 



M. B. Folsoia, 
Ii. D. Moms. 
C. Cowan, 



DIRECTORS. 



Gm>. W. Carter. 
I). D. Wllllama. 
8. Bacter. 



HUteroent, November 25, 1902. 

LlaMIltlea. 



r.otinR Hnd dlBPOuntB f22T,34T TT 

rtunkJnit lioiiBr. furniture 

Hud Hitur™ 0.240 01 

rmili Items 22(1 OT 

i;, R. ancl'nBtlonii'ciir- 

rency on hand 0.800 00 

Specie 2,721 25 

Wi-kele and centB 80 IVT 

Heveniie H(am|iH 1.'. OO 

Total |H0O,;i4l] 112 



IndlrlduaT deiHiHllB aubject 

CerlE flea tea of deiKiBlt . . . 

ShvLdsh deposits 

Dividends DQiiald 



NAHRS Of STOCKHOLDERS. 



, Man) 



E. C. ; 

8, Barter, Markeaan 

T. Wheeler estate. Mflrkesai 
John A. Walker, Markesan 
W. 8. Holttrook. Markeaaa 
n. D. Wlltiama. Markeaan. 
W. G. Roberts, Fox Lake. . 
Bobert tlugbm, Harkesan.. 
Klcb. Ilonil. Mnaon City, la. 



I,. B. PhelpB eatate. Markesan 1.000 00 

A. J. Bradbiirrj, Markesan "" 

A. L. Bradburrr. Markesan. 
Jabn Maniuart, Markesan. 
llenrf VolkiDBQ. KlDgstoD 

J. 0. Weller. Rlpon 

C. Covan. Rlpon 

Geo. W. Carter, Hlpon . . 

Total (30,U00 00 


















,d,Google 



Kanston — Juneaa County Bank. 
'. GBUBB, Preaident. W. Q. HOSltJ, ClBhler. 



DIDECTORS. 



Statement, November 2E, 1902. 



I'MIDI ind dlsroUDtB 


^"; 


»23a,r.H 3B 
3.532 52 

slaoo 1.0 

24,5-0 15 

2:«15 50 


Llaklllllea. 




"nrtnUs 


Indlvldpd proHta, less Iu»b 
IndiTidnBl'dppoaltsHubJei-t 
OrtlHfales of depiisil' '.'." 










rieaifs. irortii iDd s^curl- 


^4-i.Vi» <» 


"tank'™" *"""" 


.nd 




'■ n' ""',,°jy'"'"' 


cur- 






















Toral 


1283.282 85 









NAMK8 OF STOCKIIOLncRS. 



. (([.Nil 



00 



titn, ». nrubb. Mnlistnl 

II. (J, Ijnointa. MaoHton i.u--. ^". 

w. V. winsor. Mmifitoii 3.0110 00 

J. S. HrNown. MauBton 800 00 

Ura. I.. A. l>eitnlman, Hll- 

wBiik» 500 00 

II. O. rennlman estate, M.u- 

■tOD 700 00 

P. S. VMKler. Manston 1,000 00 

F. Wilcox, HaustoD I.uUO 00 

H. C. SIroDB. Maaaton 800 OO 

Kllen B. 8oiHher. MauatoD. . 500 00 

Wm. Bale Maiiaton 500 00 

C, R. BamcT, MaoRton 500 00 

P. McN'if. Los Angeles. Cat. 1.100 00 

B. N. Pontlier. Mnusion 200 00 

a. E. Strone, Manston 200 00 

L'. U. L>ackatad«r, Mauaton. . 200 00 



. Main 



lOf 



Mrs, A. M. RowpR. Mnuston 

Wm. CHBe, Maualon ouu oo 

M™, I.. M. nrfinsoQ, I.OB An- 

Ilanaah t^taplFa, Sandusk;.. i:<lO 00 

II. J. ruRer. Portage l.ouo 00 

Mrs. I.. W. Parker. Milwau- 
kee soo OO 

Harry W. Itarnpj. Wash,, 

D. C 1,000 00 

W. «J, lIOBlK. Mansion...,' .' «oo llii 

Robert Rarne}'. Milwaukee,. TilK) Im 

Total (25,06U OH 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Xatuton— state Bank of lEaniton. 



JEFF. T. HRATH, PCMldent. 



W. W. HINTON, Caibler, 



W. W. Blnton. 



Statement. November 2S, 1902. 



Reaoiirceii. 



LoaDB and dlaeomita 4 

OverdraltB 

■tanking house 

r>tbpr n>nl ««[Rte 

Furniture and lliturei . . . 
Bod da. Btocka and Kcun- 

Ctah uiaia". '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'. 
Due from banks vii 



V. 9. and i 



iT deposlta BUbJect 
of depoalt . . ■ 



Total tl»e,2et B3 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



8iaie Banks. 



JUTTille— State Bank. 



AUG. RUEDEB08CH, President 



. BIKOLE:, CMhIer. 



Statement. November 25, liKl2. 

LlttftllltlCB. 



Loans and discounts .... 

BanklDK bouse ■ 

Fnmltnre aod fixtures ... 

[tue from banks and 

T7. a. ajid nat'lonai cnr- 
rencr on hand 






'"I-SII 31 "^"P""' Btoct (40,000 

6,000 00 Surpliu fund 8,200 00 

1.2M 00 UnJlYlded profllj, leu low 

d eip. sect 832 29 

rldual depoBltB lubject 

ehpck 62.704 01 

Iflcates of deposit 140.aG0 80 

lo banks and bankers 300 85 



idKls ) 



Total 1247, 20e 01 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDEBB. 



,^. Rinile.MaiTlile ...... 

. A. Schellpfeffer, MsyTlllo 



l.SOO 00 
S.OOO 00 
e.BOO 00 



R. P. Ruedebusch, Ua;T[lle, 

" — ikllD Koch, Mayrllle 

'. Langenbach. La CroBse 
i.. Buaaewlti, Milwaukee 



2.500 00 
1.&00 00 

e.noo oo 



Total (40,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Kasomanie — The People's State Bank. 

CI1A8. TRKNEIt. PreBldeDt K. L. 

DIRECTORS. 



I). W. Campbell, 
J. D. Case, 
C. A. Case, 



rhoB 



.. Case. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



HrmouTfff 


tasAta Ti 

.,.,„,. 

3,2011 on 
1. 100 on 

»o.%.i.i.-, iir. 


i.iflbiiiim. 




rnpatil .'apUal 


rndivldnl pruHIR. Lprb Iubk 

and eip. «<Tt 

Ir^'lvlUual deiKiHlrB mibjert 

rertlflcMf B ot deiMiilV y.'.'. 
Total 








y'urnlliire and flilures .. 
I me Cnim banks and 


aaiUii Js 


V. «. and natloDal fiir 








Total 


»».-.. isr. as 



NAtlKS Oil- 8T0CKH01,l>EBS. 



I). W. ('ampltcll. KrB 



John n. K'nopp. MaxomaDtc, lOO ( 

Mary KlllotC. Mazomanle ... l.DOO I 

C. A. Case, RIlleoltTllle, N Y. 1,000 ( 

J.O. Caw, li-rankllnTllle. N.Y. 3.0O0 I 
I'!. N. Case. Ruardlan, rrank- 

llnrllle, N. Y 1.000 ( 

Wra. Uly. giinrdlan, rranklln- 



A. W. KlnesleT. Tranklln- 

I vine, N. Y 

< Ads B. Stewart, natb. N. Y. 
Jeo. C. MrNetl, guardian. 

Bath, N. y 

I Plorenra K. Smith. Chlcagu. 

CtiEi'nlH L, Campbell, frank. 

iTnTllle, N. y 



lOO 00 

too on 



Total (25.000 W 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Hedf ord—State Bank of Medford. 

.. J. PERKINS, PrealdeDt. C. L. Al.VBBSO.N. CMbiet. 



A. J. TVrklna, 
John CarateDS. 
C. L. AlTerson, 



Stateinent. November 2S, 1902. 



■ and dlaconntB . . . . 
RaoklnB honw' . '. 



3,000 DO 
1.000 00 



l>o( from bamlu an* 



ToUl S204,»Ta M 



Cipkat Btock 

HuipluH fund 

lindlvldPd protllii, Inw luw 



iT drpoglls aubjeri 

ea or deponlt . . . 
anki and bankers 



a.^.iioo 01) 
lift i 1174 an 

in, 008 03 
10,000 00 

. 1:^04. OTS X4 



NAHB8 OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Jotin CantFiiB. MnlfoTd... 
n. S. Andreaeo. Medford.. 

U, K. Ujtn. Prentice 

\. VI. Sanborn. Aataland . . 



V. K. I.finp. Phllltpi. 


1 onn (III 
















Jos. Ilammel estate. AppIetoD 


1.:!..0 00 


Total J 


j.OuO uu 



,d,Google 



Uenailia — ^Bank of Heaaaha. 



', HEWirr, President. 



',. L. FlEWUGEEl, CubEer. 



Jo8. L. FieweKcr. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlaDilltlH. 



Bond*, stocks and 
ties 

Checks on otiier biu.. . . . 
Due from bsnks snd 



Specie 

Nickers and ei 

Total , 



l.MOO 00 

IB.OUO 00 
11 07 

r,04 as 



. t3a6,518 4r. 



Capital stock 

SuL-plus fiiDd . . , . 
rndlvlded profits, 1 



I vidua) deiKMltB aulilect 



erlllicates ot deposit .... 

aviaics deposits 

lue to baakB and bankers 



NAUES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



W. r. H«wltt. MeDBBha (20,800 00 1 1 

Uonaa F. Hewitt. Mi^aasba 2,700 00 , 
Jos. I>. Fleveeer. Menasba. . , 6,000 00 
Frances J- Klmberij. Neenah 5,000 00 I 



Toty tiO.OOO 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



J. E. HOYT. President. 
G. E. Hoyt. 



Menomonee Falls— Citizens State Baak. 

JOHN A. I'KArr, CsBhler. 



Statement, November 35, 1902. 

LlalllllllPB. 

rauiral Bti.ck 

I ndirldim pnmi, Ipkh Iiihb 

IniUvldaal'dppoBltB'Muh/wt 



NAMES OF STOCKIIOLUBRS. 



HeDomoDee 
. ^lenomonee 



500 00 



300 00 
3U0 00 
200 00 



'■;, *[■ Klrppen, Meoomunee 
K H^hiafe'r,' ' M^num™^ 



U. I^b-pN WlHtp.'Menom- 
II. rnjEtona. Upi]adioDt>e 



200 00 
.100 00 



100 Oo 



. bis^r^^d'.yCjlbOgle 



Kilton— Bank of lIUtOB. 



I. II. WIGLL8, PrcBldeDt. 



P. H, GREBN, Cubler. 



DIRECTORS. 



A. 8. MaiBOD, 



T. A. Baundera, 
B. H. Wells, 
E. n. SauDdera. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



Rt-Hanrrea. 



U,Bn« «n.l diBTOunts .... 


fizi.nsT m 










Other real enlate 

b-umlture and exCurea , . 
Bnnde, Btocks and aecurl- 


1.000 00 


Due from twnka and 




V. 8. and nattooal cur- 
rency on hand 


'■i;8"«8 


(Ockela and rants 


IS 71 







I'Diilvliled proHtB. L?SB lORB 
iQdlvldual deimalU aubjMi 
Certificates ofdepoalt' '.'.'.'. 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



L. F). MaiRoti. Milton Junct'n f.^OO 00 

;. B. Saundera. Shtloh, N.J. .1 IIDO 00 

'. M. Green, Milton 10..'-.UO 00 

'. A. Saunders. Milton 2.500 00 

L. M. Peteraon, Weat Hal- 

loclt, III 600 00 

V. a. Ingbnm, HlltoD ;iOO 00 



N, fi. Ingham. Milton SftO 00 

F. V. Saunders. Sblloh. N. ]. 1.000 00 

P. W. Crumb. Milton 3,400 00 

Luclna Glllicrt Milton Janc'n 500 00 

B. H. Wells, MItton 500 00 

Total »ao,ooo 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



lEUton Junction. — State Bank. 



CHABLB8 C, CLARKE, Prraldent. 



WILLIAU □, GATES, Cuhicr. 



DIRECTORS. 



Charles C. Clarke, 
Jobn A. Pant, 
ffn. H. HorsBD, 



. IflltoD Cluke, 
mi H. Gates. 



Statement, NoTember 25, 1962. 



I^iu ud discount* tl10,Z35 76 

rnpild apltal 2Ci,DO0 00 

"nntnlu 42 73 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

4, GOO OO 
35» 04 
IBT 70 

32.6TS 28 

2,067 00 

T61 BO . 
39 84 



iNit rroDi banks 

buikna 

r, f. and national < 



'nital ¥182,822 « 



lindlildod proQtB, IPBB lo« 
Indlrldual depoBlU 'subject 
CertlScateB of depoilt . . . 



NAMES or STOCEBOLDEBB. 



r. n. aarkc, Hilton Junction 12,000 00 
W. II. Qatet. Mlltnn JtiQctlon 2S,200 Ofl 
J. A. PboI, Ulltop Junction 3.400 00 
Chindtn k Owen, Hilton 

Jnactlan 2.000 00 

1. U. flute. Milton JundloD 1.000 00 



O. Butterg, Mil to 
H.'Mor^n,"Mlito 



2.000 00 
4,400 00 



Total KO.OtlO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Xilwsnkee — Oemuui-American Bank. 



EDWIN RESN0LD9, President. 



CUAS. F. P. PULLEN, Casliler. 



DIHECTOBS. 



Edwin Reynold*, 

ChM-F. I'.'pullen, 

i\ F. Btedel. 



Statement, November 25, 190S. 



RenoiiFcea. 

s and dlHOOunts ... 11,268,290 SI 





HtockB and a 




urni 


™r: 








hei'ka oQ olhpr bBDkB. 


re^ 


y on band . 


"".'... 


(Ike 


a and oents 


and 



















rapltBl stock J200, 

1'DdIvlded praflts, less 
Inss and exp. acvt. ... 

]ept to .chtck 

ortmpflips of deposit . 

life lo liaoVa audbaiii- 

IHvldeiiciii 'unpaid".'.'.'.'.' 

OltLHed tlierka 

Cashlpr'n I'hwkB out- 

Rtnnilliig 

Jlllla n-dlBcounted 



,657 Ifl 
,310 8S 



N^MES OP STOCKIIOLDEBS, 



W. D. Gray, Milwaukee 

l':[lwln IteynoUla. Mllwaukep 
C. F. P. I'uilea. Milwaukee. 

E. F. Itledel. ItlUwaukee 

Sam'l WrlRht. Milwaukee. . . 
L'. 8. Otjen. Milwaukee 



2.000 00 
2,000 00 
11,000 00 



John Dan lei 1 estate, Oplcbee, 

Midi 3,0«0 W 

Dr. W. T. lAfliemes. Milwau- 
kee 2O0 « 

II. K MnimaD. Milwaukee.. 2.000 <H 

Geo. A. West, Milwaukee 1.000 (H 

W, D. Johnson. Milwaukee. . . 1,000 W 

Krank H. Iloyt, Milwaukee.. 2.000 <K 

R. N'unnemacher. Milwaukee. 3,000 (K 

Leopold fueger il.OO" "' 

Alei Johnslnn. Milwaukee... 2.000 01 

»ebas[Bln Walter. Milwaukee. 1.000 I" 

P. V. Deuater, Milwaukee 1,000 01 

li. II. IleazeDbGre. Milwaukee. 3.500 01 

r. J, Wrlphi, Milwaukee II.SiM i* 

EllzBheth Millar. Milwaukee. B«0 O" 

W. H. MUlcr. Milwaukee 500 W 

ly)ulB Durr. Milwaukee 1.000 01 

W. 0. Bruce, Milwaukee 200 01 

Total »200,000 01 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Milwaukee — Harshall & Qsley Bank. 



C. F. ILSLEV, President. 



C. F. I later, 
Guatav Reus. 
J«a. K. llalcy. 



DIRECTORS. 



JA3. K. ILSLEt, Cotbltr. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



iii< and discounts . . . 


12 


,4er..<6B 27 


nds. stwjka aod eeeac- 








trii na utber baQkH. . 
<it frum bank! and 


*s.ia8 la 


iriic; on hand 


(H.T;=j 00 










Tulal 


»5 


4L'«.280 8a 



Llnbllltlra. 

t.'Bpltal stock t.,i>0.000 00 

Undivided praHU, Ipsa 

liHS and eip, sect, .. 1!11.3:<T DT 

lDd[Tlduat depoalta sub- 
ject to check l,.-|21,7n4 IT 

OrtlllcatPB of deposit.. 1,024 lift KT 

SaTlnits depoHlts 2,086,000 18 

Due lo banks and bank- 
ers 20S,130 S2 

Certified cbecka 17,412 50 

standlag 30.S12 SI 

Total »j.4aH.iNi> H-J 



Samael Uaraball. Mltwankee.1 

C. F. UslcT, Milwaukee 

Ju. K. IU!e7. Milwaukee 

linslar Iteusa. Milwaukee... 
Jobn rampbell. Milwaukee.. 



i OF STOCKHOLDERS. 

1.000 00 Spencer Ilsley, Milwaukee... 6,000 00 

i.OOO 00 irj. Paloe. Milwaukee 3,000 00 

f.OOO 00 R. B. Ebett, Milwaukee 14.500 00 

I.OOO 00 

!.200 00 Total". (300,000 00 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



Milvaubee — Second Ward Savingi Bank. 



AUG. UIIILEIN, PresIdeuL 



CHA8. C. SCBMIDT, Cuhlw. 



DIRECTOBS. 



St&tcanent. November 26, 1902. 



I^ans and dlscouDta ... I 

Overrtl-afta 

Banking tiouB«8 

OIBer ical eilal: 

Honda, atock and aecur. 
_ IMea 

rhecka on o'tii^r'biiDiia! 

Itiie (rum banks and 

bankPi'B 

SuerlP '.'.'.'.'.'. 

NlrkflN and rcata 

'r<>lal . 



. «H. TIL'S. T4a 24 



l.lfthllltlF 

Capital atock 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits, less 
losa and exp. sect. . . . 

Indlvldaal d«poBltB sub- 
ject to check 

Cerrtflcates of deposit.. 

^nvinga deposlta 

line to banks and bank- 

<'ertlfle(l obecks 

I 'ashler'* oherka out- 
RtHOdlng 



% 


000 
000 


00 
00 


159 


548 


ai 


1.467 
5.ST8 


2«4 
885 
090 


21 
41 


A 


J?§ 


or. 


4T 


185 


04 


(S.-OTi 


74.t 


24 



NAMB8 OF STOCKtIOLDICHS. 

Ausuat UlhUln. Milwaukee. .SS2.000 00 Jacob Heil. Milwaukee 41.000 00 

li'red I'abst. Milwaukee 41.000 00 < II. BJelfeld. Milwaukee lO.OtiO 04) 

(■has. C, Schmidt. Milwaukee. 15.000 00 

fal. Blatx estate. Milwaukee. 41.000 00, Total f2OO,O0O 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



ICtlTauiee— Weit Side Bank. 



AUAU GETTIir.MAN, PreHdent 



QEOEQE KOCH, Cubler. 



D1BBCTOR8. 



b'red W. Scbroeder, 
Adolpb C. Zlna, 

J. F. SchwBlbach, 



Vlctoc Schliti. 



Stataneot, NOTemlber 26, 1902. 



Reaoareea. 



■■IMDS iind d 



OeirtH on other bai 

IiUf rnmi bHDks 

Iwakers 



S46 SO ranltal stock f lOO.OOO 00 

03.-. 72 l-Qdirldrd proflta. less 

105 00 loaa and pip. arrt 4.e2H 2T 

500 51 iDdlvldual depoalu sub- 



»(M,HTe G2 

asi.Tao 9,1 



MMliS OP a-rOCKHOLDERS. 



0»c«r J. F-leblnz, HIIt 
lieoTKe Koch, flllwaul 
Alfred G. Schalz. MllwauliEe. 

A. C. Zinn. Mllwankw 

C. Uanesold. Jr., Milwaukee. 
Ilcnrj J. Klllllea, HtlvaDkee. 
K. W. ScHroeder. Mllwankec.. 
V, J. Scboenecker, Jr., Mll- 



000 00 
,000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
OOO 00 
000 00 



000 00 

000 00 
000 00 





OOO 00 






Fred Ualnier, Ullwaukee 2 






























Alfred Krez. Mi]w*iik<-c 3 





,d,Google 



Uondovi — Buffalo Count? Bonk. 



JACOB CANAR, PrealdeDt. 



H. L. SMITH, Caabier. 



Jacob Caoar, 
Harvey Borat. 
B. S. Lockwood. 



DIRECTORS. 



Frlti Duerkop. 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 

LlBbllltlen. 



cherhs o 
Hue tn 



bankH and 
UBtloDal cur- 



2.148 93 
13.223 01 



IndlvldiiHl dpiHMitH subject 

to chiK-k 

OrimralPH of d«|iualt 



N'lrki'lx and c 



' STOCKHOLDERS. 



Geo, A. Luetsche. Uondovl . . 

A. Querburg. MondoTi 

O. J. Ward. MondoTl 

Alei L«eg. Mondovl 

Mrs. r, KnudaoD. MondOTi... 

Duerkop Bros, Mondavi 

K, N, hnudsun. Mondovl . ■ . ■ 

B. S. Lockwond, Moiidovt . . 

Jacob Canav. Mondorl 

IT. J. Cannr, Mondovl 



..ftOO 00 I Harvey Borsl, Mondovl 

.800 OOjMarey Borst, MoDdovl 

.000 00 ! J. F. Probst, Mondovl 

1.100 00 H. I,. Sroldi, Mondovl 

;.000 00, It. K, Fuirer, Mondovl 

..SOO 00 1 A. G. OcbEDsr, Waumandee. 

.nOO OO.W. I.. [louBPr. Mondovl 

,200 Oil 

1.400 00 Total 

.000 00 I 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Honioe — Citizent' Bank. 



J. H. DDRST, Ct^ier. 



DIBECTORS. 



John I.acbslaizec. 



W. P. Bragg, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Resa 



I-1MS jnd digtountH *«0,12- 

'"'rtnli, 91i_ 

"nw rpil utate 6,001) (HI 

["miuiT aad flitures 5,612 '" 

""»*. siuriiB and Mtcurl-' 

riiT",, *,600 00 

I'tTV""'"'" '•■"''■ ■■■ 3-' "- 

h,„i,'">in banks and 

r. s '™ ".342 82 

fraL'"!' national cur- 

SWrt. ' °" hand 6,218 00 

•^'*.j, -■ 22.422 40 

"O cents 348 43 

^•"aj (593, 668 05 



LlKbllllleB. 

Capital Block 

Surplus (und 

Undlvldn] proQtB. Jesa loaa 

Individual depoBllH subject 
Hue to baiika andbankers 



NAMES OP STOCK nOLDBBS. 



\rn Etarah K. Bo lender, 

Moaroe (8.000 

Jno, Luchslnfrcr, Monroe 4.000 -- 

J. H. Doral. Monroe 1.000 00 

Hmrr Durst. Monroe 4.500 00 

0. T. Hodges, Monroe 12.000 00 

Carroll Bros., Monroe 2.000 00 

J, J. TschudT, Monroe 1,000 OO 

0. R. Sheplei. Monroe 1.000 00 

F, K. ftTtHe retnte, Monroe.. l,20r "- 

JoJtnb White estate, Monroe no. 

R. i. White Uonroe 600 00 

W. W. Cbadwick. Monroe... S.OOO 00 

«n. W. B. Patchln, Monroe, 3, BOO 00 
Un. lifo. L. Shattuck. Mon- 

r.,f 2.0O0 OO 

«n. C. Schnetze. Monroe... 2,000 00 

L .*. Ilwlfrnt, Monriw l,70r " 



Citizens Bank 

Bnltz Hefti, Sontb Warne. . 
Mary R. Wblte es'ate.Honroe 

Geo. Flgl. Monroe 

A. C. Dodee. Monroe 

Jobo C. Wenger, Monroe.... 
W. W. Hodges estate, Monroe 
E. G. Green. Monroe 

Jnc. Ban m partner. Monti cello 



. P. Bra 



. Farn 



1 Tecbudj. Monro 



Total |7G,O0O 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Kontello — Hontello State Bank. 



£. D. MORSE. PrMllent. 



'. CURRIE, Cublcr. 



:. D. Hone, w. F. i 

[. H. Pr«tC, 

Statement. Noveittber 25, 1902. 



Loan)) and dlscnuDlB fOS.S 

Unpaid cHplIal 15,0 

Urerdrnfla 2, a 

BnndB, Blocks and aeciin- 

tlea 5.0 

CBBh Items 

<'IieckB on albcr banks ... 

Inie fmm bank a and 

bankera 15.4 

U. S. and DatloDSI cur- 
rency on hand n,H. 

Specie 2.S 

Nk'kpis and c«nta 

IVraonal property 4i 

Total »112,8' 



I.labllllt*iii. 

Capital atock (30,0i 

Undivided prafllA, leas loaa 

IndlvlduaVdepOBltB'Biiblect 

to check 16. 

Certlflcatea of deposit . . . OO.K 

Savings depoaltB 4; 



NAUE3 OF STOCK II OI'UERS. 









400 00 






















W. II. Mnrphy. Waupaca . 


200 00 


W. C, Cowling. Oshkoab . 

H. 11. ITalt. liontello . , . 






















aim (Ni 







,d,GoogIe 



State Banks. 



Xonticello — Bank of Konticello. 



JACOB IfAKTY, Prealdent 



Jacob Marty, 
Cbrlat Boutly. 



L. J. DBKYLINGBR, Casblar. 



DIEtECTOBS. 



Jacob Wittenwyler. 



£d WIttwer. 
J. C. FrettBx, 
L. J. Bre^lliicer. 



November 26, 1902. 



LomDB and dUcountH tSN.KDN On 

HuklUB hoiiw 3.-100 (10 

Famllure and flxturea ... 1.500 00 

banlwra 18,875 37 

V. S. and national cur- 

reocy on band 5,990 00 

Specfe 1.110 ?S 

.Vlckeis and centa 80 IT 

Total W 19.923 61> 



LlabllKlM. 

('Hpltal Block 

[ndlvliWd proHM. 1«« Ion 

Indlvldunl drpoalts subject 

OrtlBcates ol deposit .... 



I2S.O00 00 
2.027 7.1 

nn.ooo t» 

37.530 M 
276 09 



Total tllB.923 I 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDBB8. 



Albert BablT. Sr.. Montlcdlo | 
Cbrl« Bontly. Monticello .. 
John Bontly. M'"'*'''*"?,-^,-,- 
TAn. Anton Bontly. Montl- 

F.^J." BreyiinKeV, l^o?"fP,('° 
L. J. Breylinger. Monticello, 

/^ T nmf\ti-ai MODtl<^JI*> ' - ■ 

Mrir K^cltag Monticello. 
J. C. FrIetaK. M?°*'**','?,.- ' " 
Albert Fnlton, .B'""",'/'* " ' 
O J FerBOna, Monticello .- . 
?: W. H^iaton. Monticello. 
Jacob Marty, «oi*'^1 '" ■ ' " 
Jobn Marty, Monticello 



Bd. WIttwer, Montl<«llo ... 2.000 01) 
Jocob Wlt(«awy[er, Uontlcello 2.500 00 
Jobn Wltteowyler, Monllcella l.lNit) 00 
C. L. Wackman, Brooklyn . . 1,000 00 
Conrad Slaalfaeher. Monti- 
cello 500 00 

Deltrlch Stauffacber, Monti- 
cello 2,000 00 

DBTid Zlm merman, Ne« 

Olarin 1.000 00 

Itudy Zimmerman, Attic* . . 500 00 

Tola] 125.000 01) 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Horrisonville — ^HorriBouville State Bank. 



JOHN It. CALI.WBLL, 



|V1,IK>W. CBBliler. 



DIEISCTORS. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I.UI 



and d 



19.377 00 I 



niMld capital , , . 

OverdraftB 372 

BauklnK bousR 5.3ST - . 

Fiimlture and fiiCurm ... 4fl8 00 

Chrcks uD ocber banka ... 142 " 
Due fmrn boDko and 

bHnkera 2.42T 

V. S. and natJoDBl cur- 
rency on hand ^-^OS OO 

Nlck^ia 'aJid"<^DtB' 

LoBB and expense accouaC 3T0 1)6 

Total J30.083 64 



Individual dPiHJBltH 



•■ STOCK HOLDBRi 



C. A. IWhle. MorrlaonTllle. , 
J. K. ilamre. MarriaonTllle. . 
K, A. JohnxoD, MorrlBODTllle 
A, A. Johnson. MoprUoDTllIc 
N. I,. Iliiwltiie & Bro.. Morrl- 
sunvlllp 

A. J. McFariane. Muiriituii- 
yllle 

B. 1.. Tlirt, Rio 

Charlea Malr. ArllnRlon 

A. ir. MorrlHOn, MorrlBoDTllle 

J, I.. Ciildwell. Rio 

J. M. Caldwell. RJo 

J. foldwell, Sr., Morrlson- 

TllLe 

A. AmondBOD. Rio 

I. ETeraon, Rio 

W. Hall. Rio 

W. B. Moore, Rio 



.'lOO 00 
500 00 
500 00 



M. J. Chrlfltopber. Rio 

J. J. I*e, lUo 

O. Johnaon. Illo 

A. C. MorHnoD. .Morrlsonvllle 



Mi-hluPt. 



, MorrlBii 



nile. . 



ArllDBton . . . . 

II. A. CBldwell. MorrlHonvllle 
T. A. I'Hidn-elt, Morrlmavllle 
J. n. raldwell. MorrlaoavIIle 1, 
J. II. Morrlxon. MorrlaonTllIe 
Mm. tlarr I<). Morrison, Uor- 
rleooyllle 1, 



500 00 
,000 00 



Total (35,000 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Honnt Hoieb — State B&nk. 



S. C. EVANS, PresldeDt. 



N. C. Btbus, 



DIBECT0B8. 



. AmesoD, 

. HoB. 



Robert Beat, 
A. K, 8or«DioD. 
R. Llord, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



RcBourcea. 



and national 



Snerlr 

MckplH and cents . 

Total 



$58,050 


M 














1,596 


14 


H.700 


81 










8 




$101,031 


11 







1 deposits Bubjmt 



Total $101,031 1 



1*AUES OF 8-FOCSHOLDER8. 



W M CurtlBH. Mt. Horeb .. 4.700 ( 

A K Arneson, Mt- Hon*... 1,000 

J M (telsle Mt. Roreb 1,500 (I 

R E Beat Mt. Hor«b 2,000 C 

p" a' Trrand. Mt. Horeb... 1,000 

A. HoB. Mt. Horeb 1.000 C 

Carl Boeck, Mt. Boreb..... 1.000 C 

J. L. Malone, Mt. Horeb.... 600 






































,d,Google 



Hukwonago — Citiseni' Bank of Hnkwonago. 



TIIO 


I, I'resldent. 




I'MKKV r. CAMP. 


C«»hler. 






DIRBCTORB. 










£„sr- 




Frank 


Stick ney. 








1902. 







nankins 
Fumltui 
Itondn. t 



from banks aDd 



(32,017 oa 
73 1*0 
4.200 (Ml 
000 00 

130 00 



bankera . 
L'. S. and naliant 

Ttncy on band . . 

Bpecie 

NIckrIs and cents , 



Total »17e,008 40 



LlHblllllcii. 

-UllltHi Stuck KO.OIH) 00 

'ndlvidpd iirnflt*, IniR lim 

and MP. awt 1.791 :v, 

adlvlrinal dppaiilts Nubjecl 

(0 check in,2«» 73 

'ertlScates of depoalc ... 139,011 32 

Total H76:0»8 40 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Wm. UcArthur. Mukwonago. 
J. y. Crawford, UuknoniKa 
* J. II. Alfiander. Huknonago 
i'erty P. Camp. Hukwcmago. 
Wm. M. Frailer, Mukwonago 

A. J, Stockman. Mukwonago, 

B. L. Lobdell, Makwonago . 
Jacob Sllne. Mokwaoego . . 
L. SImnndi. Mukwonago . . 
T. i; Rogers. Mukwonago.. 
I,. K. Youmana, Makwooago, 
H. C. nreeley, Caldwell . 

M. T.. DavlB. Caldwell 

II. O. Bajler. Caldwell... 
A. H. Peacock. Caldwell . , 



V. J. Stlckney. Dodge Comei 
II. F. Sargeant. Dodge Con 
J. T. Porter, Dodge'a Comer 
Fred Knurr, Bl( Bend ... 

I>. I. Sbarpe. Vernon 

Jane Sharpe, Vemon .... 
Jan. A. McKeniie. Vemon 
McKenile, Vernon.. 

rt. Vernon . 

IJika Bpulsb 
Waukesha 

-J. Berlin . 

., Waukesha 



es Sten 
I. Miliei 



SOO 00 

noo OO 

J. 750 00 
750 00 
BOO DO 

1,000 00 
.■^00 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Keillsville— Commercial State Banl. 



B. M. MARSH, I'reiildetit. 



. M. IMJUT. I'BMhler 



8. M. Harsb. 
G. D. HoBeJe;, 
t^ra Tompkins, 



Statement, Novenflwr 25, 1802. 



I^n» and dlBcoQiitB f 103,0^0 54 

"Vfrtrang 1,789 31 

Mitlnjt honae B.OOO OO 

JBrarturf anfl flilurps ... 1,600 00 
iwDda, jito<^ktt and aeciin- 

f. "S*,: 2,21B OO 

f"" «''nw 1,100 «7 

[•w fnini banks and 

b«n*prB ... 8.-126 01 

I. K. and nalloDHl put- 

reacr on band 4,n20 00 

S*f'p 4,ioa »r> 

Mrkrh and rpnts 05 83 

Total 113(1.851 21 



LiBbllKlea. 

C«pllBl Stock 

Individ^ proHtB. less low 

and eip. acct 

Individual deposits Bubject 

CprtincatM of deposit' '.'.'.'. 



NAMR8 OF STOCKBOLDEHS. 



S. M. Manh. Ni^lllRTllie ... 

A. K. Radbp, NeillHTllle 

■I. M. Hoot. Xelllflvlllp 

Marr 1- Hoot, XpnisTiiie ... 

l«monl F. Brown. NcIllHvllle 
n. 1>. Homier. NellJKvllle ... 

B. Daneprs. >-et11svlllR 

V, E. [fantzlcker. Salt I*ke 

Citj, irtah 

Bara Tonipklns. NclllsTllle .. 
Jam** O'Selll. KpIUhvIIIp ... 
ntlve T. Smltb, NelllBTllle .. 
Hary J. Koot, guard Ian, 
Xelimille 



. nanr, r^jtriDK vaj 

MflTHb, MarBhSeld 
on Marsh, Grsnton . . 
'. Webster, NellUvllle . 
T 8. MaiTcy, Loral . . 
Rabenstcln. Nelflsvllle 
'^Iki-. Ypsllanli. Mich... 
■llua, NelllBvii 



- uao. 1 uiuriiuH, neillBTIilp . l.^HHJ OH 

L. M. Sturdevant. Nelllavilic 400 flo 
Total .f 35, 000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



HeillsTille— NeillsTille Bank. 



ClIAS. F. GROW. PrMldent. 



lOSEPII MOBLBT, Cublcr. 



Di HECTORS. 



ThM. F. Grow. 
W. L. flempblll. 

H."a. "otlii. 



SUtement, November 2S. 1902. 



tiiaOB aad dlHmunta t2:t7.T.M iTi 

Ov»rdr«rtii I.Mr.H 2e 

flanking house ri,ooO CH) 

?-arnlturp and llitiirps ... 1,«00 (K> 
tlondii. alocka and spcnrl- 

llpB 21.t)30 0(1 

Iltie from banks and 

bankeni J0a..'-.02 :,:, 

v. S. and nntlonal cur- 

rrncy on band 7.0Sn 0" 

RperW 0,4>tr. IU1 

NIrkeLs and .■cnla 30 (Ml 

Total »:«ir.,nT7 111 



■.ISbllKICM. 

(■■pltal Btwk 

I'ndlvldi-d pmniH, lesB lot's 

Individual dcpoiilla niibJect 

to rhprk 

('erllflrBlpii of deposit 



i OF STOCKIIOI'DERS. 



rhas. F. r.pow. Xplllsvllle. . . 


J2,r,00 00 


. D. McHlllen. NplllsTllle 




400 no 








































































(Jeo* llfVor La ci^se' '.'.'.'. 


1.000 on 








Total 


« 


.000 00 



,d,Google 



New Biohmond — Bfuik of IXtw Richmond. 



UATtllAS FHISK, Presldeat. 



. McCOV, CiBbkr. 



II. W. Dardelt. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 




Ll>kllltl«. 

'apilHl Rtiirk 

lenfTve tiind r<ir Intprmt 

diip 

Pdlvldpil pruiltiL t«w lomi 

IndivlduHl dpimMlB Viilijerl 

rrlHrBlPB or lippiiaii . . . 

iTlnm driiiwitK 

w to bankH and bsokera 



NAUE8 Oli* STOCK llOl.DKRS. 



Bartlett. 


New Btch- 


«(UM)0O 


s Frlrt. M 


erriam Park, 


10 BOO 00 


Ml-Coy, 


New Kich- 


21 flOO 00 


Wirllams. 


Sew Hlcb- 





,d,Google 



New Biohfflond — Xanafaotnien' Bank. 



JOHN E. GLOVEB. President. 



DinECTORS. 



Statement, November 25. 1902. 



B»«arpra. 


2,1)110 00 
a.OTH 13 

74 2n 

373 8(i 
62.047 40 


Llabllltlea. 






l-n^llTklfd |)r.,lil«, Ip*. I<»is 

IrdhridriaV'deiwadBHUbJept 

to dlPPk 

CprtlflcatfB of doiioglt 




nthrr rPBl PHtnte 

Purnltuce and flxturw . . . 
Hnnda. BtorkH and iipcurl- 


2,370 03 

(t:.,(ift4 .■ii 






Chpdoi on Hthpr lianlEa .. 

_ liankPiK 

Ti-n'ry on hand 




Sk'kele and rtnta 




Tolal 


f:i.'>4.UOI T4 


JUM.rtOl 71 



!AMi:3 OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



I,. A. Baker, New RIclininnd 

Skowhecan Savlnga Bank, 

Skowhesan, He 



I .1. J. Paddpn. New Riehmnnd 
\V. F. McNnlly. New RIpIi- 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Oakfield— Bank of Oakfleld. 

F. J. BRISTOL, President. 



W, K. BKI3T0I, CaahUr. 



W, B. Brlatol. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



ii»i>uDtB tiio.4on »(i 

tm I'j.mm tin 

a.aoa ai 



rhn-kii «ii iiilipr banks . . 08 77 
I 'UP rrom I>anka HDd 

l«nkerH 13,488 (II 

r. S. sDd natloaal our- 

rpncj on hand 4,809 OO 

*n"-l*' «73 15 

Mi-krla and cents 23 44 

Total 1147,770 S8 



iDdlvlilitMl drpoHlta aiiLiJert 



f2S,tHIU Otf 
2,8IH SS 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDBna. 



Toml (25,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Oconomowoo — Bank of Oconomowoc. 



[I. K, ICriRKR' 



B. Q. Er>0F,BTON, Csshler. 



XV. B. Lardner, 
F. n. JlrowD, 



Statement, Novemljer 2B, 1902. 



l.oaiut and dlsc-nuDts tlSn.410 <I4 

Overdrafls 1S7 Ti 

Furullure nnil anurcH ... 2.102 32 
IIdiiiIk. BtockB and aei'url- 

, ti»» Tr.,-13 oo 

CliPCkB on olber banks ... . ...i ••■£ 

liiii> tnim banks and 

haiDtrPB .17,237 M 

V. s. anil Datliinal cur- 

Snwif '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. e'.tu'r, (HI 

XlckflB, and i*nts SSa 72 

Hap fr.>Di uihem 4 IJO 

Toial »i-.I.S4T l):i 



t.'>0.000 IHI 
O.SilO .'•n 

i2N.niii i- 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



H. M. Ackley. Oconomowoc 


(11.000 00 

4. '500 00 
2.000 00 

l.GOO 00 

r,..-no 00 
liaoo 00 

2,800 00 

a. 000 00 

1,000 00 


riiBB. II, Jai'kson. Oc^nomo- 




I(. K. MKPmn. lii-onomowoc 
si™'. 'Mnry^^F. '^"l.nrf'n"'? 


MlHH linos^ne Seamaas. Wau- 




Mavy K. I'ay. Omaomowoc. 
llroTs: K. l-bBsf. lIlnadalMIl 
Irfiren I'Mwards. Oconomowoc 
CelPBta Kdwards. OcoDomo- 


1.000 no 


W. 8. Lardncr. Oeonomowo 
nicbard Larrtner, O™nonio*o 




Mra. F. K. TUompson 


Anron Dalnton. ChlcnKO . . . 
Hay F. Steward. Omnomo- 


2.00O 00 


C. t,. K*.llogB. Ocononiowor. 
ftlm. Sarah Ann KdRerton 




GtxTge W. jlunger. OcoDo- 




Mrs. J. h. Dibble. Ocono 


C. C. Mclulyre. Ruardlan 
Davenport. Iowa 

Total 




B. a. Kdsvrtou. Oconomowor 


(30.000 00 



,d,GoogIe 



Siaie Banks. 



116 



Orfordville — Farmers & HerclianU Bank. 



I. r. UAARItKR, 1- 



T. K. TOI.LEF8RUD, CBBbler. 



DIRECTORS. 



. P. Uaarder. 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 



RFBunrceB. 



blDkFnf 

K. and uaili 

rrnr; on hand 

Specie 

Sietelt and rents 



LlabllltipM. 



udlvldpd prufllB. tn* [<mn 



Individual de|HiBltH Kitbjrr 



NAMES OF STOCKIIOLDBIIS. 



H. C. Rode. OrfordTllle . . . 
FL H. Skinner. Newark ... . 
F O OTcatrud, Orrord»llle, 
Wm. P.nkhn™t. <^ord»ll!e 
John Hnjhe. Orfordvllle - ■ 

JdIIb Boeo Orfordvtile 

T. A. Tollef»iin, Orfordjllle. . 
M™. Jane Trulaon. Ortord 



OKar B^ro.' brfordTille . . . 
A. B. Thorn. OrfordTllle . . 
H. N. He«ord, Orfordv * 
A. P. Ooordcn. OrfordTllle 



GOO 00 

[. CbrlBtlsnBon, OiroTdvllle nOO 00 

'. P. naarder. OrfordvlUe. . . 2..'>00 00 

'. A. PeC«r80ii. Orfordvlli*.. 5.000 00 

. Cl*metson, OrfordvlUe... 2.000 00 

,; E. Lemda, OrtordTllle ... 500 00 

'. K. Tolletsrad. OrfordvlUe l.BOO 00 

. B. Smilh. Janesvllk l.SOO 00 

. O. Onagard. OrtordTllle . . 1.000 00 



Total . 



. .125,000 00 



.dr,yGoogIe 



Orfordville— state Bank of OrfordviUe. 





KIRECTOKS. 




J. (J. l.uncl. 




y,* T."-. 



Staltinent, November 25, 1902, 



N^fkiOs 



(ST 


47f 


Si 


1 


-'•:! 


2:( 


> 


■ir.« 
-.34 


!5 


»3.-, 


H 


5 



suculuB tund 

rndlvided ])rofltB, leaa luB 

Indlvlduul dppost'ts aub]«' 

'ertlflcsU-a of di'pn«l*t" '. '. '. 



.\AUKi) OK STOCKIlOLDKBa 



J. C. I.iind. Canby. Minn. . .StR.a 
r'acnr l.und. (.'anh.v. Minn. .. 4,0 
|[, H. Relznld. (MlHr UroTi-. . 1,01 
IVm. H. Lund. Wlinu, Minn. . , l.U' 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Oshkoah — Germaii-American Bank. 



C. W. DAVIS, President. 



C. W. Daiia. 
t! II. t'lvnti. 



DtRKCTOltS. 



TIIKO. FRENTZ, Cuhler. 



. Wvndortt. 
''. Neumann, 



t'. Ilertiiann. 



Statc-ment. November 25, 1902. 



LlBllllltl«. 

























1.; 








3U,< 






™7 un hand 






r-^TT 



lodlvldeil prvHlH. 

llJcnvlll*B'l'*<l*iwBltl 



NAMK8 OF STOCKHOI-DBRS. 



C. W. Daila. OslikoBh t.1.r,(IO 

T. K. Knulz. Oshkoali 6,er>0 

R. A. Bnurr, OstakOHh U.IHiO 

A. I'. Hiltii. Oibkosb l.OUU 

11- L Batlls. Oslikoah f (10 

U- I>««i, Oshkoah Tr>(l 

<'. n. Boaidmaa. Oahkoah . . . liOO 

loha ChalLoner. (Wbhosb 1 .3.'>0 

I.. I*rri«der. Oatikosh TilO 

Un. i:. Iioe. OabkOBh 2,rjllO 

('. KtKr, Otbkosb nuO 

Wm. F. (initnevBld. nshkoah l,4r'0 

lln. U (ilali. Oslikoab noo 

W. Ctati. Othkoah 2r.O 

nen Hooper. Oabkoah .'MID 

f. T. Favonr, Oshkoab 500 

''.n. Hilton. Osbkoab S,2no 

I". Ilrinli. Oabkoah Zf-O 

^. llermaoii. Oalknah I. COO 

A. Jtcboo. Oabkoah B.noo 

r~ (i. jBPkanD. 0**it"^h .... S.non 

Jon. A. Burgrr, rbicajto. HI- l.r.OO 

II, Zfnn. Oahkoab l.Z-'>0 

'■ UcNiDtlilon. Appletoa . . . 2.B00 

Un. U. A. IlrckniBii. Oahkoah OOO 



n. Wltiet, Oalikoab 

J. F. KluwlD. Oabkoah 

Klliabclh U. Itacirorcl, Oah- 
koah 

A. 8tivlrh. Oahkoah 

t:. F. Cillk^r. OshkOHb 

V. V. Brbnrlilfr. Osbkogh . . . 

J. F. WeDdorlT. Oshkaah 

Rarhara Kiivnzrl. Onhkosh . . 

J. r. Soyen. Oahkoah 

J. F. Rlrelvh. Ohakoah 

<\ Arfprt. Oahkoab 

J. M. Bra*. Oahknsb 

Mra. A. A Wrlabroil. OahboRh 
H. VoD Miipnater. Oahkoah.. 

H. C. nacironl. Oahkoah 

<*. W. Radford. Oahkoah 1 

O. Schloerb. Oabkoah 

(t. W. Mlnokler. Oahkoah 

r, R. Smllh. Oahkoab 

J. IKcka. Oabkoah 

.T. V. Rice. Oahkoah 

Mra. S. DdtIb. Oshkoah 

Mrs. K. J. l'iilei>. Oahkosh.. 
II. C. Kmst, Oshkoah 



_.uO'^Ie 



State iiaiiks. 



NAMKS 

W. RplkcB, OshkOHh 

('. M. IlnlP. OsHboBli 

W. W. Kimball. OBbkosb . 
Ij. W. Kreiaer. Oslikoub . . 
Mrs. II. Uerknen. Oshktnh 
Ida II. Krem«r, Oatikmli . 

v. Louk. OsIikDnh 

iln. C. a. Hale, <)iilikaHb 

J. Klueckner, (lntikoBh 

A. Kchener. OiihkoHh 

J. ItlijnFr, OBliko^ 

K. Scholter, UslikoHb 

I. F. W. Sthmldt. Oslikni 
1-. C. IVti^rxun. I.cih Angelt 

iiiiif r. . 

<'nrrle ■:. Ilaikett. UHlikii! 

W. TrautBch, Oahkosh 

I. M. Miller. Oahkoali ... 
Urs. B. Siilil. Wlanemnne 
]{. A. Ilermaiin. (lahkoah . 

A. Mi>1uncr, OsbkaBh 

y. K. Itnbi^ock, NeeuDb . . . 
1>, W. nPDpilroni. Nepnnli . 
Mra A. Nit'olal. Oshkoab . 
<J. W. NeiipiBiin, Oaliknab 



OF STOCKHOLDERS — ContlDned. 



n no Mrs. M. E. Davla, 



Mrs. A. SLmiiBon. Usbkoab . . 
»chUa k WuDderllcb. Osbkosh 
Margaret A. ratten. A|>p[i>tun 
J. McNaiigbtuD, guardian. 

AptletoD 

J. II. Wall. Oshkosb 



N. C. Werbk«. Oalikoab 

Helen c. l>ar[8, Osbknsb . . . 
Mrs. J. L. Btanbllber. Oshkosb 
.Uary 'i'uwnaeiid Hay, Oab- 

Wm. Konrad. Osbkoab 



Nettle J. Itadtord. <: 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



Oshkosh — South Side Ezchon^ B&nk. 

JOSEni KLOECKXER, ITesldcnt. 11. EILKIIS. 1 

Dl HECTORS. 






P«ri]. iMa 
A. MVhIiiii 



Str-^ement, November 25. 1902. 






iM 



Kumtiurf ind'liil'iiVeH ' ,' '. '. WW 00 

tlH 74,(1011 DO 

itierka on utiipr bankx. . T4r> li) 
[iv rrum baDriH niiU 

lunkp™ ]i)l,:ir!it 27 

r. s. lud njiiioiial ciir- 

rriii-)' UD Lanil »<.2ni 00 

1I,:[«0 i>" 

1 »aa ri-n(« »J«I HO 

TutJII HSll,07:i Vi 



Xii'tf 



LlablllllPH. 

Caiiltal stock 

I'Ddivlilnl lirnms.'leBH liiM 
and exp. acct 

Indlvlilum ileiHMllH miLiJvi't 
l» rlii-clt 



NAUES OF 9T0CKII0I,DER8. 



Jw^ Kk.ei'fencr. <)Rhko<i1i . . %2,<U>0 OQ 

M™. s. s. KiiKtPr. Oshkosh.. .l.-'oc ■■'■ 

11. Rii™, OshkoRh *.<"> 

onlllf Btoch. OnhkoHti 2.ri0i 

B. R.H«uini «HUt?. OBhkoBh Tilll 
V. .\. Bauiuaun, lUver SIdf, 

Cnl nOO 00 

l.ltoctLiitill. Jr.. ent- Dshkoata :!0r 

LucT Chue, OfltikAoti Km. ... 

ni. Gtan. OabkOHli 5^0 00 

T. 1[. Fimw, Ostakoiib .'lOO 00 

ftlirr h Lnli Bras.. Osbkosh 40(1 Oi) 

n. t', Gnatavrm. OnI>kr>ah 1 ,00n 00 

K. Olatt Mbkosh fiOO 00 

Ph. II«1iiIi. Oshkosb .'iOO 00 

And. HiDHn. Oahkofih TiOO 00 

Ini IS. Rii^y. OHbkiwb 700 00 

Ani. IlDrn. Oiihkcwh nOO 00 

1. r. Iltlu. OnhkoBh 100 no 

J. n, Jnikini, OsbkOEh G.OOO 00 

Annif Jnnw. Plrkrlm fiOO 00 

'"tu. JwidUe, Oflhkosb aoo 00 

''•ipfr Jiip^n. I'Icketts 300 00 

f-w. Klip. OtbkMh ono 00 

I'Tdliuiia Uahs. OBhkORh. . . 2.000 Oft 

S""''. (JBha-OabkoHh l.OOO 00 

ftiniliii I*»rli «ii.. ORhkoab 1 .ooo 00 

J U. Llord. Reclne 1.000 00 

Aoin M. Loll. OsbkoRb MW Ofl 

M'fT *. T.TDrh. Osbkosh . . . .^,00 00 

Jolliu Mirtin. Oshkosh 3,400 00 



A. Mehlmaan, Oi<hkoBli l.OnO <-0 

Menzcl k Kempl. OnlikoBh.. I.OIHI 00 

M. C. Mprti. l>shkoHh aoO 00 

Mary Mwls. Oahkosh HOO uo 

Julllua Mfluskp. OHhkiiBh 20u 00 

M. Nimlal «fitHIP. OsbkuBb. . ililO Do 

Anna Murphy. Osbkosh UOO 00 

Job. J. SIgl. OBhkosh lOO 00 

CBBper Pfplffer. Vbd Dyne... TiOO 00 

Mfb. V. PittelkDW. OxIikoHh.. Ui'O (K) 

Mra. M. A. ItyrkmiDii. Osh.. 000 00 

JalliiB RplDCke pst.. Oshkosb. MIO 00 

Cmst Sarau. OshkiiBb 2U0 00 

ChaB. Hirplrb. Hr.. OntikiBh.. 1.000 00 

Aue. RCrelcb. Osbkonb r>00 Oo 

V. r. HQharlder. ORhkonb... liOO 00 

F. K. Shekpy. OsbkoBh 000 OO 

liarrlel Hirlngbam, Detroit, 

MIcb BOO 00 

J. U. SlpWPrt. ORhknuh 100 00 

Theo. Wwk. OiilikoRli !VO0 00 

T. 8. Whltclj-, OKbkfish TiOO 00 

N. C. Wppbke, Oshkoah 400 00 

Oacar Wltfcerby. 0»hk"nb fiOo (lO 

John C. '/.mtBKT. Owlikiisb.. .''lOO 00 

MelQTod Itcnipr, OBhkOHli .'■OO 00 

Cm. Hilton 200 0I> 

Thoa. Ilagpn SOO 00 

Totnl t-'iH.OOO OO 

D,:rizp<l;:yCOO'^Ie 



Falmyia — Bank of Palmyra. 

ninirtTIE CAItLlN. rrpRltlpnt. CHRISTIE CAUI.IN, Caslilf 

statement, November 25, 1902. 



I^an« nnil (llswiinlii (2(11*. « 



IIuikIh. Htut'kK and hpcuvI- 
lUir rVum ' ' Va'nkH ' ' n'tlii 



liiJIvJdiiHL'di-iKialliHiiliJei' 

to i-lwck 

!-r: Ihi'iiIi'H Alt ilriHWlt ■ . ■ 

IVitlKH llflHIsilH 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 

E. M. Jobniton eitalp. Whlti- i Christie Carrin, Palmrra 12.r.00 l> 

watiT (12,500 OO 

I Total ■. 125,01)0 Oi 



Digitized .yCOOgle 



Fardeerille — Fardeeville State Bftnk. 



Tnos, [HiARSS. rrealdent. 



1. 11. UOOLEY, ( 





Kearns 






H-i 






c- 


nt 


yiilnn. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



fiiw lod dlarouBIa l-lfi..in 4n 

I UMlil tipHai in.wio no 

"tfrtraft, 2,1»3 1)3 

{l"';li« biiise 4.000 00 

^""jHupe ,M nztum . . . 1.1»3 01 

y™ liMM 29 50 

i™ from baokB add 

.."Winn 33,105 40 

m '^ JUilinaa\ cur- 

.^f*^*" .-..."..*.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. l.O-il OFi 

Am* ind (vntK 3 10 

l.flM 01 

ToUl tl(l0.4«3 .-,0 






rnpltat stoi-k 

I'Ddlvlded pn,Ht8 

IndlTldual dBiKiRllK anhlppi 

CertlflcBtPd of dpposl't' ' '. 



NAMR8 OW STOCK HOI. I tK Its. 



' Ljiiph. Pard^evllle. 
nilllin llnrton. I>Krdeevl1l«. 
tMUlim IMIloB. rardecvlll? 
Wmtnl liBllon. PardeeTllie 
Kn. t'hirlotte Kohltr. Par 

dwvlllf 

Mn. ruherlae KoblnBOD 

[•irtwTlUe 

Tunrf I/iTtll. Tanlp^Tilk. 
JoXn »nnn. Jr.. I-anlpevlU 
!;■ W. lnwenburit. TBrdi 



■ llnrti 



[■■rdeevlll 
- -vllle 



I lie 



Jimw Sonll. Pardflevillc ... 
«"l*n Anmii. Pardwvlllp.. 
M. W. Itohfrtn. rBrdi<«rllle. 

' llm. ynlnn, Pardtvvllle 

F- n. lartwood. PardrnTllle 

y inclrtart. Pardeevllle . 

l_li. l>no\fj, pardeevllle. 



< Manna Kohler. Pardwi 
I Frank Roblason. I'ard« 
■ '.T. Miliar. Cflmbrla. 



-. N. MK'ODo<-lil<>. rambrla. 

I Andrew Hrnwn. UrownEnK.., 

" Vrt Hlninji. Rrowninj!.. 



' (JporRe Turk. I'ortaj;? . 



,d,Google 



Phillip*— State Bank of Phillipi. 



N. E. LAKE. I'n 



a. U. CHAMDKIiLAIN, Casblcr. 



DIRF.CTOItS. 



Ix.» 


! 


«nd disnmnu 


liar 




lire and (Ixturps ... 




from LiiinkH and 


S„. 


s'o'a hnna". ....'..! 


■< iin<l <i-n(s 

TolHl 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

t .-Jiiit II" [ Capital stDi'k *::0,o 

li.-illll lici; liidlvlduardppuBltHHiiliJert 



KAUEa or STOCKUOLDKItS. 



rie Ilackett. Baraboo,. 

a U. DbtIs. Ncet^Bb 

W. DavlB. Pbilllps 



n, r. Kvans, rhlllipa 

rW. M. iraPkett. Harahoo 

I Coit Koid. ShaKwaj-, Alaska 
' M. Hnny, l-hlllipa 

G. M, Cliambprla^n, PhdllpB. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Flainfield — Waushara County Bank. 



i. v. SAKIJKXT, (.BHbler. 



niBBCTOKS. 



H. JL rratt,' 
B. B. UvnleD. 



Statemeot, November Z&, 



Lninc and dlnrounts t42.n04 74 

I nwM rapital lO.OUO 00 

r'unlture tad fliiiirvti ■ ■ ■ KH HI 

I'tab liraig 22',i 8tl 

Ifw rnm banks and 

banktn 13,501 88 

L'- » »Dd nailoDBl cur- 

rPDri on band 3, BOO 00 

Kptfie 532 4.1 

.\Wii tad wntB 45 3.-> 

Tolat ITt,331 St 



LiBbllllleii. 

Capital Btix-k 

l'n()lTld«d profltit. leas Iohh 

rndlTldunl 'dF)H»i'[t>t aubject 

OrlincalrH of dppOBit ... 

TotB[ 



i OF 8TOCKHOLI)F.HS. 



L Siark*. riaioflpld H'9SSi £2 ' 

J M. aaiart. PlalnOHd.. i '<^ i^ ^ 

B. B. Borden. T" ' " "" 
In ['. Coon. 1 



ifleld 

.'lalDfleld 

Vbapmsn. I'lalnfleld. . 



k' Blair. Plalnfletd 
. B. Koi. t'lalnfleld 
[[, Foi. PlalnflHd 



^^ J. I.uce, I'laiDflpId 

M, M. Smart. Plalnflrld. . . 
J. W, DuneKan. I'lalnS^ld,, 
<S. 1>. SartEpar. I'lalnfl^ld, . 
W. II, ADgPlo. I'lalDfleld . . 



Pd.yGoogIe 



PUtteville— PlfttteriUe State Bank. 



J. p. IIUNTINGTOX, rrcaldeul. 



A, J. McCARN, CMhIer. 



J. P. HuDtEiigton, 

11. M. Mcfircgor, 
Nadab Eastman, 

II. C. Dosrlier, 



J. T. WllhlnB 



M. 1-. UlDdlBUb. 



Stalemeat. November 25, 1902. 



I^aUK BDd illxrniHits 

fnpBlcl cHplUJ 

OvprdrnriH 

llankiDK hoUHp 

FuraDiirp and Hilurps . . , 

Cnah Itpma 

rhprkH on othrr liankH... 
thie friim banks and 

V. S. anil' nBt'lonai ' ™r- 





LlnbllltlH 








1(10.000 on 






1.470 *l.l 
JOO 78 


CndlTidml proHta. Ipaa Loaa 

tndlvlilufl drpoBlta Bnb;ect 

<-ert[flrnteB oV dnmslt ' ! ! ! 
lilYldends unpBid 


l.isa D:t 

-S.240 n: 


i'.npo Hn 






I2II.1.77SI r>i) 


Total 


r-im.nn .-.!< 



NAMIOS or STOCKllOLDHHS. 



J. P. Ilimtln^on. Plattp 



Nadab Knntman, Pint 



J. K. Mcllridc 

Ulnn 

R. K. Mcllrlde. 

Ml&n 



Platlevlllc. . . 

.•iBttevllIp 

MlDQpniraltB. 



) I Anna Horblcan. I'lattevlLIf . . 4.000 00 

I D. McCreior, MatleTllle 2.200 «n 

) Alice MeC.regOT. PlaltevlLk. . 200 00 

I Richard MtGregor. PlattPTllle 1>»l nn 

I M. ]-. KIndlaiib. Plactpvllle. . 1,700 00 

I |W. J. Roblniian. PlBtlfVllle. . l.liOO W 

I iMfb. N. J. ItoblnHon. Plattev. Sl)0 00 

I -T. F. RtelntiofT, Piattprlllp. . . SM) 00 

I Wm. J. rhnnmnn. Plittevlile. 1.^00 00 
1 I, P. HimtlnKton, truBtee, 

I PlatteTlile 14 00i> 00 

I Mrs. K. (1. Rundpll. Plartpv. ^.ROO IW 

I .Tnhn I'. Wilkinson. Plaltrvllle :t HDo (HI 

I Nora niapman. Plaltpvllli.. . 2.01)0 0(1 
I .Mm, M. I'. Rlndifliib. PlattP- 

vlllp 1.000 (10 

W. II. KlllB. PlntWvliie 1.000 00 

I ('. I., lloopor. IdUcaatpr. . . . 1.000 0(1 

I I Total JOO. 000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Siaic Banks. 



Plymonth— Plymoutli ExcIiaiiBre Bank. 



'T* C. 8AEHANX, PTesldeot. 



H. GAnitlSl-II. Cashier 



Wm. C. SKcmann, 
r. W. Bebnke, 
C. P. Keglvr. 



It. R. Wllion, 
T. F. AckermaDn, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



J*«ns uid dItrouDts »12n..145 (ta 

'I'prdrifrii i_a.j7 .,2 

1^«« '"' "'"'■ '■<<"> "W 

fonmnn- ind flitur™ ... 2,183 l.T 
BoMs, ,[„t, ,oj securl- 

-'IM' ffoB banks and 

,■ "J 21.324 HI 

'- N, Mil Diiloiial ™r- 

rMPT on huid 3,4n.-> 00 

"P^-lP .... 2 «70 (W 

Xlekeh «ml rfnia 'lOl .ll 

Total *1T0.B4.1 82 



Llabllltl». 

V,"P''"' ""''= *2r.,ono 01 

and ^xp. acct. ... ^ a^a 51 

Individual drpoaltH aulijrrt ' 

to rhrrk r>3 42.'i 11 

Ortlllcatea of deposit Sh;4I1 5: 



NAMRS OF STOCKIIOLDRnS. 



■VCm. t 



»IPQ 



. ii>-inouih . fe,ono 



llnry Nickel. Milwaukee 
K. W. Bebnke, Pljnioitth 
n. U. WUiWD. Ilvtnoutb. 
Un. >:. I.. Clark. riyiDoiii 
Un. RWIra Whp^ler. riji 
'ifi. XT. UiiDk. rirmniith 
i- H, AekermaDD, I'lf moi 
T, I?. Ai-kennsHD, Plyimn., 
Wb. k Koch, R. Farmlngto 

H. 'iirtlarh. I'lymouth 

Un. J. Uebler. plymoutb.. 



th. 



Olio Kraiiaa. I'ljmoittb. . 
I John J, Koch, 1't;mouth 



Kllshs Ford, Il3'mnulh 

'■. Dlefentbaeler estate, Elk- 
hart Lake 

3hn Ijiebs, Campbellaport. . 



,d, Google 



state Banks. 



Flymoath — State Bank of Flymontli. 



K. A. DOW, ITesIdent. 



Aug. gclnuldt. 



II. W. IIOSTMAN, CMhler. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 

LlnblllllFH. 



r»BD 



. (530.4. 



.._ .Mfl 2B 

Jtanklng hoimr 10.000 00 

Kumriurr ind tlitiiVpa' ! ! ! 2.500 00 
Bonds. BtucliB and aecurl- 

ties 85.000 :IT 

CaRh Uem« 127 SO 

llieclM on otlipr hsnta. . . 007 40 
Pile trom bankn >ad 

liankers 07,150 lU 

C. H. ond nutlonR] <-ur- 

ivncy on hand S.SSS 00 

yU'HrU rtndrpnVa' ■.'.■.'.'.'.■ 202 T.M 

R?v?nu« atainiia ](! 21 

Tolal 17^2.-00 Oil 



Capital 



i2r.,0lifl o 



I'lidlvldi-d pmnis. Ima loss 

and Pip. acot 12,241) 07 

iDdivldim] <lppOBita Mibject 

(VrtlllralpB of dppOBl't 4H''.M« 'Jl 

SBvlQgH depoBlla 17,111 31 



NAUBa OP BTOCKHOLPRBS. 

K A Iiciw. I'lrniiiiilh fO.300 Oil I R. It. Schorpr. rijmnuth 1 

J W linir ral'alp I'lTmiiulh. I.'iOO OolMrx. Klla lilLmnn. I'lymouth 

MrB.'A11ri> It- l>ow. I'lTmrnLth l.-'iOO 00 H. KriinirPJ', I'lymoalh 

MrB. f. K. TliliilHrm. I'lym- F.. .7. KaMtnpr. Plymoiith 

mirh 1..W0 00 11. W-hPPlpr. I-I.Tiii<inlh 

M™. J. T. Hampii, St. I^iilK. V. A. r..ri)ol. I'lymoulh 

Mt. l.aOfl on N. Kriinirpjr. I'lfmouth 

Adif Hctimldt. riymniilii 1.000 00 T. Fltzglbbon. Milwaukee 

H r nado. rij-monlli I.OOO 00 Ida J. l)ow, Plymouth 

r. I'fpir>T. I'lymoulh 1 ,000 00 -— 

H. W. Ilostninn. Plymniirh. . 2.OO0 00 Total *2a 

H.J- bamford. Plymouth ftiMI OOl 



Pd.yGoogIe 



state Banks. 



Forti^e — City Bank of Fortai^ 



LLYWELLTS BRBICSE. rresldent. 

DIRECTORS. 
1.1. nrepiie. 
n. B. Wentworth. 
E. I.. Jaeger. 



M. T. ALVERSOX, Cubler. 



SUtement. November 25, 1902. 

Llabllltlen. 



iiiw tad dlBToiinln 


























:iil,tH."i IHI 












































].a;w 21 




.ilpctlons 


57 -.iS 





NAMRS OF STOCKHOI-DEBS. 



IJ, 



Brrcsn. INirlaRi! 1 

R Wi-ntKoHh. I-oriagp.. 

M. T. AlVi>rB>n. I'ortngp 

E. L. laeept. IMrtage 

lailKlla II. LnomiB. I>ortnRp. 

Aadreir IVcir, I'lirlnc'" 

J. 11. ROErra. I'nrlaRc 

<ifo, Miirlw>n. I'ortBRB 

E. E. lllDkBim. l-oynPtle. . . 
Kate W. Thomaa. V.llihnrn. 
K. II. Wamrr, San Johp. 

Wm. rultoo. i"o'rt«ge 

R. R. Menln. Hodman. N. Y, 

r. I,. AlTcrsnn. Medfoni 

Thntaan Kanderaon. I'liynptte 
TniMpfR 1st Vre». Chnrch, 

ronan. 

M. Ij. Alvmnn. I'lirtage 

A. O. Thajer, Portage 



L. F. Srhulze. TortaKe 1.2^0 00 

l.aiirip n. Ijollmfr. rorlnitp. I.IIOII 00 

roritella M. Rudlne, rorta«e. . l.T'iO nO 

It. J. RoM-nfoli. rortage, . . . non no 

II. J. riilTpr. IVirtage nOO 00 

<-. J. T.lnniiisl. Rio 3r<0 00 

v.. U markwoRlhor. ■■orlacc- 200 00 

KJIia Hcrrcll. l-ortOBr l.OnO 00 

Irvtnjt J. Cnrr. Sun Aalnnlo. 

Tei 100 00 

Robert Vf. Carr, San Anlonlo. 

Tex 100 00 

KUa W. Carr, Ron Antonio, 

Tei 4,000 00 

Florencf! Thomaa, Mlliraiikcc. 2.000 00 

Jam«s M. Itnln, t'ortage.... l.OOO 00 

Total $50,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Fort Wasliingrtoa— Fort WasUngloii State Bank. 

GEO. E. UKUBY. President. CLAKBNCC HILL, Caahlcr. 



DIttECTORS. 



11. W. Dolena. 



^onH nnd dlKroimtfl 


""' 




Hip fmm "biinkK' 


■and 


renfj on liRnd" /'. 







Statemeat, November 25, 1902. 

LiBbili 



»1«8 


naf 


no 


i 


".? 


SS 


10 


4S4 


on 


i^iii' 


711 
131 


-^ 



fir,,«ou on 
n,»)2 SI 



Indrvldiinl deiMHtlE BnbJ(M;t 

Cemflc-nlcB of' depoolV .'..'. TwisUj oi) 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



[. E. HenrT, Pt. Wnii 



I, RIpnn l,ni 



1. rt. Wash[niitOD. 



A. II. KuliJ, Vt. Was 



Tolal »2o,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



fitale Banks. 



Prairie du Chien — BuLk of Prairie in Chien. 

hTLGY rP.TERSON. ITMltleDt. 9. N. BISBEE:, Cublet 

DIRECTOR a. 



statement. November 25, 1902. 



Luui! taa diKcounta 


1132.052 r.« 
Ta5 20 

83.037 60 

103 37 

27,455 30 

fl,3T2 00 
2.U7H 05 


CbhIIbI "••fi 

rnillvldnl prunis. iPRa IrwH 

1 D d 1 V IduDl ' d^IHiii'l 1 H 'ni'tO 'ei- C 


(:h).<m«i in> 


OlJifr rriJ eiiuite 


■0 


BM*t. uocU md iMtruri- 


rmlfli-nti's ut dPiKiKiL ... 


123.H4:t 21 




rai<lil<-r'i< rhrrkK uiiIhUikI- 
Tolal 




Iftt' trom banks ana 


113 35 


1. D. ind national cur- 

WBCJ on band 




kM$ tM CPnlB 




ToUl 


(254,305 G« 


254.3(15 oil 



NAUE« OP BI-OrKIinLDERR, 



Mnnha I'. Kldd, I'ralrle ilu 

(tilpn $7.r.0() 00 

U. F. Kajr. I'ralrl*- ilii (;lili'n.. 1,50U 00 
<-harli* lirHle, I'rolrie du 

ChWD ;- 1.500 00 

JuBniti Wachute, l*r«lrle du 

(TilMi 7&0 00 

ll«nry Olto, Pr»lrte du ChlMi l.BUO 00 
LawiTiirr i'aae, I'ralrie du 

••lil^n 7.'.0 00 

1'. O. IMdP. Prairie du <'l]U>n 7.'>0 00 
II . X. »l«bcv, I'ralrip du 
tSleD 750 00 



■KN.n, Wnahlna 



J. H. Kldd. I 



trlpger, UunDtvllle, N. 



. .(30,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Prairie du Sac — The Sank Bank. 

J. », TItll'l'. iTi'siJriK. O. 10. STO.W:, Caali 



Stittcmcnt. November 25, 1902. 



na.mi:r oi- STorKiioi.Di:it3. 



J. S. Tripp, rralrle du 



HI j O. !■:, Sioiip. rralrle <lii Hae. . I2..-.fi0 W 
I Total |:;j,000 00 



Digitized .y Google 



Sidle Bankn. 



Princeton — Frinceton State B&nk. 



ELUKtt D. MORSB. Presldeii 



~J. E. l.ElUEa, Caibler. 



DIBECTOES. 



Statemeot. November 25, 1902. 



I..»af> and discounts 

rnjiBiil mpltal 


tiTii,3:to r:i 

h'.-i.-. k, 
o,.'>i:i o'l 

10.000 00 
1.IM2 OH 

32 ai 

3i,0«l 10 
' 5S 10 


Ll>bllltl». 

Capitol Blork 

rndlv1d«l [.mniB. l«i>. loHi. 
and mi. «.-.■( 

rcrtiflcatM of'd^it;:;; 




IlondH. Ht<»-ks and »«iiri: 




IMYldenda unpaid 


Uiw "from banks Md 


r. S. and national riir- 




Mrkrln and cents 




Tola] 


I2T1.5H1 :« 


To(«l 



r STC€K1I0M>ER% 



E, D, MorM. Princeton IS. 000 00 

J. B. Lelmer. Princeton 1.1.400 OO 

A. H. Ujers eat.. Princplon.. 1,000 00 

J. II. Hurna. Marabfield ."KIO 00 

O. A. Knieger. Princeton 400 00 

ntu. Teake. Princeton SOo 00 

LuMb jb Manther. Princeton. 100 00 

(■bai. MrkodcD. Princeton ... 400 00 

C. T. Dahlke. PrlDCflon 1,000 OO I 



F. F., Clark. rrlDCGton 100 OO 

O. J. Itacek. I'rlaceton nOO 00 

II. K. Priest. ITIncetoii 1.000 00 

J. C. Weller, RIpou GOO 00 

N. SnlllTkD, Milwaukee 400 00 

A. Mueller, Milwaukee 100 OO 

K. V. Yahr. Milwaukee 100 00 

J. U. Radtke, I-rlncetoQ 100 00 

Total »30,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bacine — Commeroial utd Saringa Ban^ of Raoine. 

B. IIINRICIIS. rrcaldimt. C. R. CARI'BXTER. Caabler. 









B. IHnrlcbB. 
























H. It. Blake, 


















U. G. MlUbell, 







Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Rcaonrreii. 

I-oanij ana dlBmunlB ....(1 


■ 4',"34 07 

23,080 70 
14,853 17 

88.388 47 

^0,039 00 


InoLvldsd prollts. Iraa lo. 

i»3R.1dSf«Vi.i-..M, 

to i'b«ck 

CertlflcaleB o( deposit.. 

il^nrlnin deposits 

Hue lo liunka and banke 

Tolal 


. $100,000 00 

33,!>7a 60 
' 31n,038 73 


Honda. sti»-k» and swuri- 


Ctiwka UD other banks,. . 


U. S. and UBClonal cur- 
rency on hand 


ra 4.468 31 


Mi-ki-ia and c-pnis 




Total tl 


:i30.2e3 18 


tl.SSO.iWS 11 



Adam Appli 

Alsbuler tltg. (.0 

Stppben BulT. Ra<. 

" ' . Bllaa. Racine. 



North (.'ape. . , 



. Vi. 



I. Belle null. Itaclne 1,300 «oO. J, Kvai 



. .. Shoup, Uacii., 

T.Ton 00 Jiibn llliou. RaclDe 

1.000 Oil Alice it. Davis. Racine 

l.OUO 00 Mc. I>ederlcha, Hacine 

2.400 OOJesBle K. I>eacoii. Kaclne.. 

3.000 one. M. Dietrich. Racine 

000 00_0._W. RmerROD. Racine 



. Racine 



\V, 11. ronler. Rarltie. . 



1,000 OOMrs. M. K. Falk. Racine 

J. W. Glloinn. Racine 

1. 000 00 Mary C. Illlinan, Racine... 
IaiuIh y. liould, HhelbyvllK 

r.OO 00 Ind 

2,:!00 00 . B, O. Hand, Rarlne 

II. F. Ilvrrk-k. Racine 

1.000 on J. Ilocklns. Jr., Racine 

I'OO 00 Mrs. W. J. Harvey. Racine. 

OHO (10 M. lllgKlnii 

30(1 on I W. J. ll.jphluH. New York.. 
UUO 00 J. II. llapp, Racine 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



Slate Banks. 



NAUK8 OP STOCKHOLDEEa — Contlnoed. 



U. K. Ha£»naaii. Hlgblond 

Pu*. Tenii ai 

fVorBlana Ilurlbut, Raclaa. . 3( 

C. K. Insersoll, Monruvla, (.•al. G.OOO 66 

Byran H. JoD«a. Kaciae GOO uo 

IMTld K. Jones, Rsclne 500 00 

'-^^ll- Jones. Kaclne 1,900 00 

Joan H. Jones. Racine uOO UO 

T. W. Johnaon. Racine 50O 00 

W.J. KIlQs. Minneapolis 1,0C 

B. K. AdaniB. Uaclne M 

A. B. N. Sanders, Ilontlns- 

ton. Tenn ac 

8. L. Jackson. Racine 3.0C 

rhas. Knobloek. Racine ud 

Theo. Kemirr, Milwaukee.... SOO 66 

r. L. Iilngswel ler. Racine... 200 00 

W. H- LlDgsweller, Racine.. SOO OO 

t''rBDk Marsball. Baclne 1,200 00 

llcnrr G. MItcbell, Haclne... 40O 00 

W. F. Jacksun, Racine SOT "~ 



B. R. Adama, Raclae It 

K N. Knapp. RacJa? 3,0 

Marie MltcSEll, Kadne I 

H. F. JIueiler. Racine 6 

Peter B. Nelaou. Uaeioe 5 

r.eo A. Pell, Racine 1,0 

David Rowland. Eaclne S 

11. II. RoblQBon, Racine B 

SI. L. Ricbarda, Raelne 5 

Rose S. Scare, Racine D 

l^liaa. n. Smith, Racine 4- 

H. J. amilh, Raelne f. 

.Andrew SimonBon. Racine... 1,0 

R. Triat, Haclne 3.0 

Annie O. Walrath. Racine 1.0 

John T. Weulworth, Racine.. 1,0 

H. T. Wlckham, RacEn* 4 

a, B. Adams, Racine ^' 

Total (100,0 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bandolph — £andolph State Bank. 

REK8 D. DAVIS, Prealdent. E. W. BRANDRI, C 



IteCH D. DnvlB, 



DIRECTORa 



I'^ilwsrd Oavla, 
W, R. OweiiB. 
nrnr>- lliilclilnml 



(1 rf « '" ■ 






KurDlIure anil flxliirrH ... 
IViDdn. HliM'ka anil seruH- 


Ilue rpi>ra linnkH 


and 


i:. rt. and nutlonal I'ur- 




TOIHl 





Statement, November 25, 1902. 

l.labllltlri 

■a pi ml ■ 



(iii,o:t4 -J 

14(1 11 



nillrldiHl DnifllH, less lo 
and Mil. nirt 

iDdlvlduill lIPIWKitH HIllljF 

l>rllll<'Bii-B uf df'iiriVlt ' ! 



R.niM) II 

);i4>i.4.~u :<:t 



NAilES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Fred L. Warner. Randolph . . (500 00 

(leo. M. Bcnnplt. Milwaukiie. 1,00'' "" 
U D. Kvanii calate, Lob Ange- 

lea, Csl 2.000 00 

II. IIiiK-lilnMiu, Randolph... I.Onu ' 

Kdward UpvIb, Rnndolpli ... ^.OOii 

('brlBtlan Scbnildt, Randolpb. TkiO 

E. W. Krand«l. Kanduiph ... 1,200 

Jtuipnb Hunt, lUndolpb OtW 

JuBpph Itaivr, Randolph 300 

J. W. I>i>wer. Fox I^ie l.riOO 

Thai. K. KflberiB, Randolph. !>00 110 

Kdward t'UKli. Rnndolph .... 000 (10 

MontiQ JunfB. Randolph ... 1,000 00 
John jDQi'a (llafod). Ran- 

doipb i.ono OO 

Wm. n. Owen. Randolph... r.OO oO 

Iteea U. Davla, Itandulph .. 1.000 00 



Ed. T. Roberts, Randolph... 500 00 

K. J. Ilughea. Fox Lake ... ftM W 
Harriet A. Hugbea, Fox 

Lake *00 on 

E. I*. JontR. Waupun 4J« «« 

Wm. Foulkea, Knnaaa rity. 

Km 300 W 

Thomas F. Jonea. Fox I.akc! a.St"' '" 

Daniel D. Junefl. Dana ,». II. l.nou W 

John F. Jones. Randolph . . IKHi OU 

TboniBH Reea, OahkoHh 1.000 IHI 

A. L. Ollmore. Randolph .. I.UUU 00 

Mrs. Frankle It. Owena. Ran- „ 

doipb no" "" 

II. H. WllllaiDB, Randolph . SOD^ 

Total 125,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Slate Banks. 



Keedsbnrgr— Citizens' Bank. 



CKOItUr; T. IIORSF.. Pr^sldenl 



DEKECTOnS. 



WM. RltiCKHT, ("aaliliir. 
II. F, Srilew?. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



bllKlo 



AVI 11) 



nut . 



lnillVlllUlll'lh-|HMl|M'K|lbj',4't 



ntl)t>r linnkii. 






nars on band . 

H!)fTl4- 

KK-kflH and c'Drs 



7,248 

i2,{ii» n 



NAME^S OF STOCIillOI.r>K..S. 

.T.KI (H> I Aug. Si'Efflrl, Rt>eilsburg 2.0S7 W 



Digitized .yCOOgle 



Eeedaboi^— The Beedsbnrg Bank. 

'.. v. PERRY, PrsBldent. W. P. WINCHESTER, Cashier, 



DIRECTOKS. 



'. P. Winchester. 



Statement, November 25, 1902, 



Itonds, aluvks and spcurl- 



■■apltal Btocli 

'.■ndlvldPd proflU,' less Job 

IndlvlduardepoHltH iiul>Jer 

10 rheck 

rertlflc-atPK of depuslt . . . 



NAMEB OF 8T0CKII0I.I>RRS. 

g. 1^5,000 nOIW. F. Wlnrbpster, Rwdsbanc 5,000 00 

; ,.,, lU.OUO 1)0 — — 

I Tolaf (50,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Reedsbni^— The State Bank of Seedtbnrg. 

JOHN p. STONE, Prealdeot. WM. 8. SUITII, Cubler. 

DIRECTORS. 
John P. StODe. Marlln Illckfjr, 

("haa. A, Rood. H. A. D*rruw. 

Wm. B. Smith, 

Statement November 25, 1902. 

LlabllttlPH. 



IHi* rrom 



otbpr hankH. . 



Koo.iM 


M 




14 


102 


04 


72.2ir, 


98 


s.n.'M 


fir, 


f4M.702 


OS 



HurpliiH fund 


:t.000 00 
















Certlflfales of depoglt 


.110,110 10 



til »4llfi,702 » 



NAMES or STOCKHOLDERS. 



Jnhm P. tfmae. Bw^nburK 
I'bu. A. R'MHl. RpMlsbiirK 
Wm. R. SmIIh. RpmsborK 
lobn Crook. WhlttEcr. Cal. 
A. S. Wlnrblpr, Re*(li>bDr)t 
Int. A. SIonF. Itepdiilinrg 
niM. H. Hnbbell, MadlsoD 
HarrlPt K. IlHffcr. n^^abui. 
JtMie F. Ilager. Rt-edsburg 



■ *2 




00 

on 




ooc 


00 

00 




000 


00 



MsrtiD „ . 

Hcorr A. DBrronr. WlafleM . 
"rank Darrenimgue, Beeda- 

red A. VooDg, Reedaburg.. 



,d,Google 



State Banks. 



BeesevJUe — The State Bank of Reeseville. 

]■:, rtvsidi'Dt, A. ('. llAKHIt. Cunhlpr. 

llliti:CTOU8. 

!■'. J. Vcnlp. L. J. Heunett. 



RMon 


Stat 


laent. Nove 
IH1.1I.-.0 :t;( 

il.llOII 11(1 

., ''" "■* 

Vt.wm no 


mber 25, 1902. 














[nillviilual dr|i<iHliH KUlij'oct 














(VrtlAcnttH nf d.'iiciNlt 




Pile from LanliH 


'^<i 




r. S. BDtl nntlonHl 


cnr- 














' *r,i .im'ii 



i,i,z,d, Google 



8i<Ue Banks. 



Bhinelander— HnvlLaFti' State Bank. 

a. a. ALBAX, President. M. H. HAYMOXD. Cashier. 



8. n. AlbHD. 
B. R. Levis, 
A. V. BrowD. 



E. O. BrowD. 

C. F. Bamea. 
A. W. SbeKod. 

I^. C. 3turdevi 



Statement, November 26. 1902. 



Ijuni and dlgfounls 




"ilifr ml rawie 




ni«4. OD other banka. . . 
Xm^" hanka and 


l^^Xp-'.-: 


Ifpoill boi ,?rount .... 



idividuaf deposits aubjet 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



M. F[, Rirmnnd. Ithlnclani 
A. W. Brusn. lihloelnade] 
». K. Broim, Rblnclandei 
f- 0, Brawn. Rblnelande 
Aj P. UtcJoj. laneavltle 



7< II. Aiinn. KbloplanilFr.. 
JnaD Bamm. RblDelander 
H. L Urinilo?. RhlneTan.!. 
T. It. HrEndnp. Bhlnelnndi 
0. F. Bampa, nhlnelander . 
A.V. ShtKan. Rhlnelnndpr 
<!■ V. PMiplan. WeyaiiweRi 
"inWla Sulllvnti. Rbln 

"■ R. Lfwia. RhtnHandpr . 
u™. W. E. Brown. RblD< 

J H. JaoiPa. BbinHJi'n'rj'i-'r^ 



(.i.aoo oo 




















<ieo. W. BiBhop. Hhlne'ander 





r.oo on 



deo. W. Maaon. Rblnelind?r 
u™. A. A. Brown. Ithlne- 

riirrlp A. llofman, lianmrk. 
K. C. SlurdcvaDl, Rlilnp- 



Mny Brnwn. JnneKviEle 4.0IIII m 

llelpn Brown, JaDPBVllle 4.10(1 Oi 

I'aul Browue, Rblnelaader. . . 100 

Total $80,000 



Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



state Banks, 



Sice Lake — Bank of Eice Lake. 



O. II. INGRAM. FrealdMit. 



E. L. EVERTS, Cubler. 



Imkjih tntl dlawutitB . 



Statement, November 26. 1902. 

Llabllttlea. 



p and Hxtures. . 



Sprt-lp 



Total t^»».S2» ' 



_. Ided profits. Ivas loss 
Individual drpusilB HUbJect 
OnincntpB of deposit. !.'! 



NAUE8 or STOCKHOLDERS. 



C II 




am Kbii Claire 




































W. 11 




en. New London 


10.000 00 


Total . 



,d,Google 



Kichland Center — State Bank of Bichland Center. 

tXUUEL AKEY, Prealdeot. E. U. rii:ASF., C'Mhler 

DIRECTORS. 



Statflmeat. Novwnber 25, 1902. 



IdiDt ud dlKDDDtn tlSS.191 40 

rnpdd capllal 61.100 00 

lli*rtr«tlg 7.258 55 

BioklDE bouar. furnllure 

•tract rwordii IS. 755 15 

.[■Of (rnm banks and 

iMBkew 38.242 27 

r. S. and nallnnal i-iir- 

wncj 00 hand CW O" 

Vrlf 3.5411 -1 

Total 1301.055 08 



LiBbllHlH. 

Capital atock tlOO.OOO OtI 

Cndlvldnl proHta. I«bb loaa 

and sip, acM 4,890 78 

IndlTldual depoaltn aubject 

10 chprk .')0,M3 an 

Cerllflralci. of dcpiiBll TH,T44 22 

SsTlnga depualtB 5N,5NU Ti 

Tulal IMLILVT OK 



KAUKS OV STOCK HOLD BUD. 



iMintl Akrjr, Richland Cea- 

Xn W.OOO OO 

E U. fcaaf, Rlcbland C'pti- 

t»r 31,70(1 01) 

<'. H. Pciae. Blchlaud C«n- 

In 31.R0O Oil 

^M. Richarda, Richland Ceu- 

ttr 000 CO 

V. a S. Rom, Rlcblaod Cen- 
ttr I, son no 

Vw.MnrlM. Rtebland Cr-nter 1,000 00 
Hit H. L. Burnham. Rlch- 

lud CtEter SCO ) 

Mm. E. K Praac, Rlchlaod 

CmtK fl.ooo oa 

Itirrltt P. UcCarkle. Selton- 

iHle BOO OO 

Soman B. (lrtT«. Ilenrl- 

«ta 20O OO 

.lidmr AodmoD. Baaawood 500 00 
K. C. I.TbriDd. RimlaDd Ctn 

ttT 300 00 

10 



>. Ramupl Mt-I.'arkip, BU'li 



\Vm, Kroaskon, 

Cltj 

N^h^mlah Dui-dIir 
land rirr 






S. B. Hoile. Sprlns 



. — Ijamberson. — 

Center 

1r. B. W. SIppy. mii-a 
Vard fjimlMTson, IK 



?00 00 

soo on 

1,500 00 
600 OJ 

2 ooo oa 

4 GOO 0(< 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bio — Bio State Bask. 

i:. MlltlKi:, ITi-Blilent. ANIWKW AUONIISON, i 

ni RECTOR 8. 
Jnbn L. Cflldwell. J. J. Lw. 

WInfield Hall. Olaf JohtiBnu. 

O. J, Harvey. Jr., 

SUtement. November 25. 1902. 



lAfat tiai dlsrounts flOn..'{Z4 TH 

rupald rapllal lO.OOU (HI 

(tTprdraftH 1 ,SM2 81 

BankliiK lioiiiK- and flitiires T,08S 72 

bankpra 17.0].1 fiS 

I'. S. nnd DatloDRl cur- 

renvy on hand 4.ST0 00 

Snetle 3,040 0^ 

Nickels and cents 35 !>:: 

Total »149.585 43 



Cnpll«l Htock K.'i.OOO Oi 

rnillvlded prolltft. lesH I<>sb 

iDnlTldual deiHislts BubJcet 

fo check" 21,037 n 

(Vrtllli-Btes nf deposit ... Sti.NNN W 

BlllB payable 15,00*i oi 

Other liabilities 140 Oi 

Total tl4e.C6G 4: 



NAMES OF S' 

H. Ilelllp. Rl(. (500 

Mrs. A. i:. Moore. Iltaego. . . 1,000 

Jiihn BorreMiii, »uii I'falria r.Od 

Frank A, Amondson. Rio... BOO 

MartlD AmondsoD. Rio 500 

A. ri. Tonften, MUwankM... l.BOH 

Oluf JohnaoD, Hlo I.OOQ 

Mstblas Tollerson, Rio 1,000 

Hans and Bertha Otternesa. 

Rio l.SOO 

Andrew Amondson. Rio 1.500 

E, ClirlBtopber, Rio 1,000 

O. J. Harvey. Sr., Poynelte. 500 

(J, J, Harvey, Jr., roynette. 500 



-KIlOLDBJtS. 

n'lnfleld llBll. Rio 1,f>00 iHI 

[". K. Berg, Rio 1,<K10 IHi 

Warren Gilbert. Rio 1,(KKI M 

W. E. Moore, Otaego ■2.0W '>" 

Caldwell A Gatea, Rio 2,000 00 

John U Caldwell, Rio 1,000 <>o 

James Caldwell, ftlo SOO 00 

Hans A. Hanson, lUo 1,000 00 

John J. Lep. Rio l.SOO 00 

Julia It Tongen, Ull' 

lukee 1,000 00 

7. Johnson. Rio BOO VO 

Total 125,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Birer Falls— Pannen' and Kerchanti* Bank. 



<^-tP.r 



O. W. Cblnuock, 
C. B. Uone, 
B. H. JenHD, 
U. J. Dod^e, 



DIBKCTOBa 



C. N. WIGBR, Casbler. 



I. P. Btawm, 
i. W. Lun^ 
;. N. Wigtr, 



Statement, Novemljer 25, 1902. 



Lmu and dlscouota . . 



. t2T3,36S 28 

a.600 00 

1.843 07 

18,986 81 
1,140 0* 

2,000 00 
1,898 IT 
1,3*6 00 
I 

02,746 S6 

e,Geo 00 

3,640 30 
SI 63 

Total »37B,881 16 



Sj«le 

NMdi ud i: 



LlabllltlM. 

Capital stock $25,' 

l-ndlvldi^ pruflra. Ifrs Iush 

idlTld?>Bf'dn«a1ta'BnbjVc't ' 



NAUBS OF STOCKHOLDBBS. 



FtlU , . 



, BlTel 



H. Dodie. BlTcr Falls ... 833 ?3 

A. T. Lud, ElTcr Falls . . 333 33 

B.N,Jcuoii. Elver Falls... 3.SO0 00 

I P ff(ld. Hirer FalH. . . 666 66 

S. P. BtageB, Madlaon 4,500 00 

R W. CblSnock. HlTcr F«Ha 6,333 33 

C. N. Wker, Blrer F»ll«. . . . 4,6?5 00 



F. M. White, BlTer Falls.,. 
1. M. Smith. Rlier Falls. . 
v. M. White and J. U. Bmllb, 

BiTer FalU 

3eo. J. Dodge, Bivet FallB.. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Sawyer — Bank of Sawyer. 



. J. KKEITZER, Preddent. 



A. J. Kreltier. 
TellU UaJnea, 
Tliomifi GlIleHple, 



THOMAS OILLBariE, Caiblec. 



DIEECT0E8. 



Herbert L. PetereoD, 
Jsmea Oordoo, 
L. W. SchaltE. 



Statement, NoTember 25, 1902. 



RcKoarcen. 

Loans and discounts 


(30,401 13 

«,110l) 00 

6S3 62 

3B8 38 

HSSSS 

62 14 


Liabilities. 

Ciuiftal stuck 

Incllvlrtwal deposits subject 

to check 

Certlfltales of deposit 

Bills re-dlscounted 

mils payable 


f^G.OOO 09 


tnirnlture and flitures 

Cash Items 

Checks on other bank 


and 


SIS 


U.'"8*'JSd' nMIonii 
rency od hand . . . 


•^; 


















(49.418 23 













NAMKS OP ST( 



Sturgeon 

Bay, Wis. fl 

LliEle Gillespie, HturKeou 
Bay, Wte 

A. J, Krelti«r, .^avyer 

Telllf HalDea. SturgeoD Bay. 

Charles Wolf, Sawyer 

H. L. reteraon, Sawyer. . 

James Gordon, Uaplewood 

John C. Bank, Sawyer 

Noble k Schnltz, tjturgeoo 



Delia Kreltier. Sawyer... 
John May. Steve qb I'lt 
William Gordon, Maple- 

EUeD Krellxer. Sawyer . . 



,d,Google 



Sheboygan — ^Bank of Sbebo^an. 



OBOBOE END, Fresldent. 



JDLIU8 KROOS, Cuhler. 



DIBGCTOBS. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I^iabllHIn. 



Lnu ud dlarounta f 900.2T4 98 


Capital itock 

SiirpluB fund 

I'adlvlded proSta. I«>iii loa 

iDdlrLdua) drpoaJta'aiibJect 

Oriiflcatea of depoel't' '.'.'.'. 
SaTlnga depoilta 

Total t 


fSO.OOO 00 






OTiKr Kll esUtc »,110 00 

Knniltiire and a.lures 3,175 00 

Bundi. .torks and i«ciirl- 


24,779 93 
282.903 00 


r'bHka on oibn banka... 3,61S 68 
Dm from banks and 


230,717 75 


E. S. iDd Datlonal CUT- 
RDcf OD hand S5.e9g 00 








Toltl ¥1.456. 000 66 


1,456.990 66 



NAUE8 OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



C F. AnAe, Fn 
C U. Tom 



Vb. B. Btaman, BbeborKan . 
ItBti B«n eMate. 8bebo;^D 
.Uolph Pfliter. ShebOTKBB - - 

Vai. Kroot, SbeboTgan 

Vn. John Tr*«ter, Sbeboj- 



Edl^ 



L. Debrll, Stapb07B>ll - 



.400 00 
300 00 
.too 00 



tin. John Froldl. SbEborgaii 
H. A. Barrett, Bbeboygaii .. 
Mrs. Chr. Lcwalder, Sfllwau- 

kM 

State Bank of PiTmODth, 

Flymoiith 

KatherlDe I<oreni. BtieboygaD 



.000 00 

,000 00 
700 00 



. B«saLnser. Sbeboj- 
?C. wiiif. Shebojgan." 

Total (50.000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Sheboyirau — Citueni' State Bank. 



HENBT EILLEUANN, Cwblet. 



A. D. DeLand, 
C. B. Fnjbetg, 

E. B. Gacton, 



DIRSCTOBS. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



licaat and dlscoimlK 1192,274 1 

OverdrafCB 3,316 4 

Furallure and flitures ... 3,640 






bankers , 
U. i^. and national euis 



eo,oo3 eo 

10,9SS 00 



Total t2T2,148 34 



Llnbllltlea. 



ITndlvldi 
Indlvldn 



depoBlts subject 

ILfltBtea of' deposit' '.'.'.'. 
logs depOBltB 



Total 1272,148 34 



STOCKHOLDERS. 



D. Del.flDd. SbebofsaD ..fl 
l-adwls, Shebojrgan 
C. B. Fvejberg, Sliebojgan. . 
B, B. Garton, abeboygan . . . 
O. M. Groh. ShBboj-gan .... 
B. llenrlcksoD. Austm, III.. 
Jobn S, Van Nortnicli, Appl«- 

E. A. SonnemanD. 8bebo]igan 
Andrew UllbertHon, Sbe- 
bojgan 



000 DO 
GOO OU 
.000 00 



OOO 00 
000 00 



II. nillemann. Sbebo;san .. 10 .BOO 00 

Val. Rermann. Shebovgan .. BOO 00 

Khrhard Rela, Sbebofgan . . 1,600 DO 

F. A. Kltlamcler, Hlka BOO 00 

Jobn B. Huenlnk. fibebojitan.. 600 00 
Joaepblne A. Kcudven, She- 
boygan 1,600 00 

Otto Miller, Sbeborgan 1,600 00 



Total , 



. .t60,0i 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Sheboygan — Qerman Banlc, 

**KDER1CK KARSTE, Preeldent. GEO. IIEI.LER. Casliler, 



Ft. Karste, 
Francii WIlllamB. 
Otto Foeste, 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Llablllilea 



X.OUU and discoun 

ItaDklDf! hoDse ' '. 
<»ltirr real estate 
I-'urallnre add flit 



, rwirj oD hand 81,S60 00 

Specie 57.839 85 

\frkpla and cents 700 8.1 

(.nrarreDt coin 80 



... (2,801.229 38 



'apltal Hlock *250,000 U 

Surplus CuDd 100.000 

['ndtvlded proflts, Leas loss 

and pip. actt 90.898 9 

lad I vidua! depOElta subject 

671.869 3 



NAMES OP STOCKIIOIJ)ER8. 



Ft. Eante. SbebofBon $50 

I'ruclB Wllllania. Bbebujgan 

(tea. Heller. HbeltoyRiia 13 

Otio Foeale. Sbeborgan 4 

Benha Uoette, Mh^boyKaa . . 1 

B. A. BoDDeoian. Sbeboygaa. 1 

T. M. Blackatorli. Hbeboygan 1 

F. l»«cnkulbe. Sue1>oyRan . . 1 

Bosa Hejer. Sbeboyjna .... 1 

H. Bcbeele. Jr., Sbebojmn ■ 1 

Wd. M. Schllcbt. HheboTgan 1 

1. A. Solillcht. SbebojKan .. 1 

J. H. Scbllder. Siietnygan .. 1 

i- D. I>oiiohiie. ^beboygan . . 5 
F. W. MaeMer. ShfboyRan .. 

H. llelnecke. Sbeboygab ... 1 

Adk. ZImball. KhehoyKBu. . . 1 
FliftDn Rub, Sbebciygan . . . 
F. W. TbiemaiiQ. itbeboygan 
U. A. Bodenateln. ^heboyEan 
John Bodensteln, Sbeboygaa. 

Llaa riareabacb Sb^boygan 2 
Emll ClarcBbacb, Sbebo^gan 

F. Traatmann, SbeboygaU . . 1 

E. P. Kwer, BbeboygBH 

V. %eatb*r. Sbeboygan 1 

A. Baibe, Jr.. Chicago, IJI.. 1 

'neo. Mnkmann. 8hebo}KHii 2 

Oley Otoli, Sheboygan l 

H. C, Fnnte, Bbeboygan ... 1 

)«ka L BitBi, Sfaebqrgan . . 1 
E. B. Putur, Sbcboxfui . . 



H. & 1 

boygan fiOO 00 

Rebet^ea J. Head. Shebuygan. 33, TOO UU 
Jennie L. WIlllsniB. Hbe- 

boygan 33.SO0 00 

Aleiandrla Cole, Sheboygan, S.OOO 00 
John Uanlell estate. Lau- 

rlum, Midi 2,500 00 

K. Uollmann, I.aurliim. Mich. lO.uoO 00 

A. O. IleaJd, Sheboygan Falls 1,000 00 

A. U. DoLaod. Hheboygan .. 2,000 00 

R. A. Ettf. l-'ond dit l.ac . 2,0<IO 00 

Ceu. r. Cole, Sheboyfian 10,000 00 

.\nnie M. Cole. ShehoyRan,. 10,000 00 

II. F. Bocnltx. Sheboygan.. 500 00 

F. I. Koenlti. <-hlcago. 111.. 1.000 00 
Konrad Scbre' 



:. mil 



, K6 



irdfl 



2,000 00 
4,000 00 



iSbehnyKan , , 
C. II. W'hilteu, Shebnygan.. 
John McUan. Menomlnei 

MIcb 

Jos, SchllTeneiler. Hbeboyga. _. 

Ad, Krdman, Milwaukee 1,0110 00 

M. H. Wllgus. Sheboygan... 5.200 OO 

Alke Sully, Boston, Maas... 5,000 00 

0. Kaufman. Sheboygan 500 OO 

George Raah, Mtwnukee 500 OO 

Lucy R. Bode, Sheboygan,. . 500 00 
W. ¥i. Talmadgp. tjheboygan 

Falls 3,000 00 

Total I2G0.000 00 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVH 



Sheboygan Pall*— German Bank, 



F, XAKSTi:, I'res 



ABNBR O. UEALD, Caghler. 



Statement, November 25, 1902, 



Llakllltlrit. 



banklDB nousi 

Furniture bdJ flxtures . . . 
I'herts oa other Lanks. . . 
bu-> truDi banks aad 



Specie . 
VickelB I 



»a23,38H 1*7 
4,340 J- 
3,000 I 



59,194 7 J 

S,G01 00 



. (300,073 T2 



NAMI-;^ or STHtPK HOLDERS. 



SbebojgBU (5,000 00 Cha 

■"■-' 3,500 0O| Fi 

5,000 00 I W. 



. Heller, Sheboygan . 



, Sbeboygaa 
, Shebaygan 



t. Hlese, Sbeboygan. . . 

I lEaib. isbeboygxn. . . . 

Knufman, Sheboygan. . 

r. Maerscb, Sbebay- 



500 00 I O. U. BallHchlnder, Sheboy: 

L.OOO 00 I gan. FhIIb 

500 00 Abner O. Heald, 8bebon>n 



Total (25.01 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Shell Lake — Lumbermen's Bank. 



ff. B. DOI.'BNE, rresldeii 



DIBECTOBB. 



f. WejerbaeuMT. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 

I.I abt I II lea. 



[«» (ltd dliiominta f 140,802 TO 

I'apaid .-aplm lU.OOO 00 

UnkLng boimr 3.000 00 

i^rnlturr and Oiiuivb ... 500 00 



NWIi » 



24.200 Ofl 

3.22» 00 

fi.OSD 60 

54 04 

Toul $180,813 38 



Capital Mock t2<>,nO0 00 

I'Ddlvldfd pruBls. IM8 loaa 

aad eip, avcl 8, ATI 33 

[Qdlvldual d«pofiltB aubjMt 



Total |lRe.8T3 30 



NAURS or STOCK noLDGr.s. 

V- R. Bonrte Sb«ll Lakv. . . SS.OOOOO.P. C. A. Denkman, Rock 

•1. K. Uml. nccDtor, Clin- Ulind. Ill 4.030 00 

Ion. to«i 8,000 00 I. M. Smitb. Hbell Lake 900 00 

T WtjcrhtEDier. St. Paul, — ~ — 

Web 4.0SO 001 Total " $25,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Sonth Kilwankee — Sootli Milwaukee Bank. 



8AMDEL McCOBD, PrwEdent. 



I. B. INGALLS, CuhlcT. 



Sunael McCord, 

T. W. 8penc«, 
B. B. Insilla, 



Geo, H. Hook, 
T. H. Siwnce. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 






I.lablllll«a. 



rrooi banks 
and' □aVloDal 



I^els' 



2,96a 00 

1,8B0 00 

47 4B 

Total 1180,068 61 



Ivldual depoglts subject 

1 cUMk 

tJBpateB of dvposU .... 



nivldends unpaid . 



Total tlSO.066 61 



NAUES OP STOCKUOLDEE8. 



8. M. McCord. Ullvaukee.. | 

T. W. Bpenca, Milwaukee 

T. H. Hpence, Milwaukee 

Cornelia T. Spence, Mllw'kee 
leule W. McCord. Milwaukee 
Jabn S. George. Milwaukee,. 
Fred. W. Uogera. Milwaukee 

C. C. Roxera, Milwaukee 

P. H, Loftua. Milwaukee 

J. F. Conant. Milwaukee 

Geo. B. VanNarman, Chicago, 
III 



... Valkman. KingBton. Wta. &00 D 
I VlrgiDla T. Foulkes, Fond du 

Lac 400 

-!. B. IdkbHh, So. Milwaukee 2,2K0 (M 

L, G. Barker. So. Milwaukee 200 0< 

> Geo, H, nook. Ho. MUiTBUkee SOO 

I. F,. Vollmer, So. Milwaukee [iOO 
B. L. Bawaou estate. South 

Milwaukee 600 

Total (25.000 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Spartan-Bank of Sparta. 



lU k. HILL, PreBldeot. 



In A. BUI, 
D. W. Cbeoer, 
D. D. Cbeaer, 
A. W, Barney, 



[. CANVIELD, Culiler. 



DIRECTORS. 



H. 8. Dodge, 
T. O. mioTbliB, 
Fred Grou, 
Howard Teaedale, 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 

LiBkllltlCB. 

Capital Btofk 125.000 00 

Sarplus fund IS. 000 00 

Undivided proflti. leu Idbb 



Cbnti on Mher banlta. . 
"tt tna banks an 

''■ B, (lit utiouai en: 
«.,o.tand 

^"•Ud Mrt'''.'.., 



65,546 66 
1T,SSS 00 



Individual depoBtli subject 

Certlflcatei of deposit 

Savlnsi depoaits 



NAUES < 



' STOCKnOLQERS. 



■" *. Bill SpBrta tS.BSO 00 

*•- D- Cheser. Sparta 500 00 

™? E. HUr, Sparta 3.050 00 

i-J<k A, Ktmp. Sparta 1.250 00 

5- W. Cbww, Sparta 1.250 0(1 

C. M. Mule™, Sparta 500 00 

'. K. Homw Mtate. Sparta 500 00 

A. W. Btraer. Sparta S.OOO 00 

Ifofs T. Hill. Sparta 1,000 00 

Wa. B. BIjton, Sparta 200 00 

H«*ird THudale. Sparta... 200 00 

B. 8. aoie, Sparta 200 00 

prt Onm, Sparta 200 00 

8. C. LttND, Sparta 200 00 



W. T, Sarlee, Sparta 200 00 

C. U. Beebe. Sparta 200 00 

F. P. Stilea, Sparta 100 00 

J. J. Huon, Sparta ^00 00 

T. O. Tborbui, Sparta 200 00 

i^Ddrew Hutson. Sparta 200 OO 

UjToa Breckett. Little FiHh 200 00 

M. NeumBDD, Norwalk 100 00 

P. SfTenoD. NorwaU 100 00 

Jnllua A. Weatby, Hpirta. . . 200 00 

John E. Lioyd, Spsrta 200 00 

Wm. E. Jonea, Sparta 200 00 

Total |2S,0O0 00 



Pdr,yGo'ogIe 



Sparta— Konroe Conaty Sanlc. 



GEO. D. DUNN. PreBldent. 



W. Q. WtlllaiDB, 
A. '/horbuH, 
C. U. Hastera, 



W. M. OIVLER, ABBt. Caablcr. 



DIBECTOBS. 



7. C. McBrlde, 



Statement.- November 2G, 1902. 

llgpounts t2l7.SI 



ties' 






TfDcj on hand ■ . 
Nipple lail ceQt« . 



4,900 OU 
184 02 
513 40 



6,235 00 

4,143 50 

91 51 



TolBl »2ai,7T» 45 



Caplt.l Block 

SiirpluH fund 

rniTlTided proflta. leaa lou 

iDdlvlduiT deposits subject 

rprCiScntes of deposit .... 
Certified cbecha 



OM 92 

.4DS 40 



Tulal «261,TT0 45 



NAUES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 





. . $8,000 00 










■A. K. Jewett Sparta 




















C. T. Tborhiis. Sparta... 


.. 1,000 00 


it. N. Pllchep. Milwaukee... 








V. C. Beebe, Sparta 




T. L. Martin. Wilton 














W. McBriae, Sparta 








Total 


(25.000 00 



,d,Google 



Spooner — Spooner State Buu, 

J- II. TilOHAS. President. E. M. ELLIOTT, C««liler. 

DIHECTOBEL 



Statement. November 25, 1S02. 

Llabllltl». 



diicoiints f35,eoe 49 



'npild npirti 

tumlliirF and BiturM . 
"nniB, itDFlu ind lecui 

'Jecta on' otiiVr ba'iiks.' 
"u» froB b«iikB ai 

lMM»ri 

< S. aid uitlDDSI cu 

a[S," °" ""d 

^ifiwii^M'^ia ■.■.;;;, 



207 54 
38 83 



;p. sect, 
il deposit 

CertlricaCes oi depoBit . . . 
Due to baoka and bfrnkera 



1,8a 1 Ta 

IT.lSfi 1.1 



MAKES OF STOCKnOLDBRB. 



IMO '- ""ffc' Spooner. 
J, D. Thomaa. Spooner. . 



2O0 on 
. 21.S00 00 



Dan Melhy. Biwaiici'. . . . 
.las. T. MiirpliT. Spoonei 
K. M, Elliott, Spooner.. 
B. K. Baker, Dnluth. }/ 



100 00 
GOO 00 

;i.oao 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Spring Oreen — State Bank of Sprii^ Oreen. 

B". B. HYLAND, President. THOS. W. KING, Caibl«r. 



F. B. H fluid, 
Jos. Llns, 
Tba>. W. Kins, 



Thtw! HcNnlty, 
J. Schoenmana, 



Statcmont. November 25, 1902. 



liiinnK and dJncounts (07,718 

Tnpald cnpllal 10,000 

Overdrafts SOO 

Kiimlture and flilures . 

Cash Items 

Due from banka a 



U, 



aiiec., 

NlekelB and cl 

Total . 






S30 24 
15 00 

7,S7S S3 

8,791 00 
201 6G 
24 »G 

Fes, 372 01 



Tapllnl Btnck 

rnitlvlded profit B. lesa loaa 

ADd exp, acct. -,.,.,., 

Individual deposits subject 

CertlflcateB of deposit ... 

SnvlQgii deposits 

Collection account 



lao.ooo OO 

16 46 

16.B22 73 

S2,7S2 OS 

773 IB 

SOS 50 



NAMB8 OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



Mrs. T. . 

Ill 

Jos. I.lna. Sprlne Oreen.... 
Thos. W, King, Spring Green 

Thoa. Hill, Spring Green 

ChrlB. Scholl. Spring GrH>n. . 
McNulty BroB., Spring flreen 
litchoenman St Son, Spring 

Green 



< Mrs. Anna Rogera. Portage. 100 00 

Mrs. Martha Hrland, S tough- 
ton SOO » 

' Ross Hjland, Stougbton BOO 00 

Mary Salea. Fond du I.ac 3,300 00 

> S. M. HarriH. Spring Green.. 1.000 On 
I F. B. Ilfland, StougfatOB. . . 114.300 00 

Total 125.000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Staiiley-~C!itizeiii State Bank. 



GEORGE D. BARTLETT, Casbler. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement, NoTcmber 25, 1902. 



Reaoarees. 



Utat tnd dlicoants . 

"•i^inj loiw 

^niimre mil Bltures 

' •* [ttms 

liof froni bankB 

l". a. ud national 
f^J OB band 



t90,Z4» 94 
66 B3 

S,500 00 
S50 00 
18 6T 

8.280 61 

3,6T2 00 



LlabllltlCB. 



>pi(al Block $25,000 

(urnlnH fund " "'*" 



r|d«l pi 

L eip. ficc. 

iDdlYldual depoBlta Hiibje<!t 

if deponit . . . 

lecka onlatand- 



cbivk . 



2.000 00 

,002 02 



30,587 04 
266 3q 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



*■„•?■ "•nlm, Minneapolis. 
R«. I). Bi'tiiett.' Stanle; '.'.'.'. t 

t i; "«, Btanler 

>- F. Boras, Stanley 



I W. H. Brldgman. Stanley . . . 

,400 00 A. GrejtereoQ, Stanley 

.nOO 00 H. F. Sargent. Stanley 

,r.00 00 'rheo. H. nordal. Stanley.. 

.700 00 And. Sneen. Stanley 

.400 00 



Total »25,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



. Croix Fulls— BaiLk of St. Croix FaUi. 



TH08. H. THOMI'Si 



FRUD OLCOTT, Cwbtcr. 



Thomas II. ThomiMOD, 

A. Isaacion, 

Ueo. H. Thompmti, 



DIRECT0B8. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



I.cianH and (IIscouqIb . 


(209.06B 57 
J!\,000 00 

400 OO 

1,148 25 

77,228 82 

11,706 00 

'no 74 


Liabllltm. 

Cnpltal stock 

rndlvlded proau. less low 

and exp. arvi 

IndlTldiiRl deposllB aubjei'l 




KiirnKiire and ttitureH . . . 


Chwlia on otUer banhg. . . 
Due from bsnkB aad 


CertiflcBtes of deposit . . . 


r. S. and national cur- 
rency on hand 




N-i^kelB and eeni. 




Tolal 


»:ia4.220 87 


Total 



NAMES OF STOCKIIOLDKRS. 



iTOIt. St. Croli rallB.". 
'. M. Gould, Tucson 

Arliona 

. Thompson, St. Croix 



olHiin and Isiincaon. m. Croix 

I h'alls 2.000 00 

I W. C. Thompson, St. Croli 

KallB 2.000 «» 

John Comer. St. Croti Falls. 1.000 00 

I Total ...J3O.0O0 0" 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Stevens Point — ^Wisoonsin State Bank. 



J. p. HALK'K. l>reaideD 



I'. KuthmaD. 
J. r. Mallck. 
John LoDgbotbam.* 



DinECTOBS. 



rnptlil nplul 


«l)9. 10 93 


Knni[tur« aod Dxtures , . . 


. 4.296 07 


Ihw rron. buka and 




N^trtiiiidwiiB; .;.■.■ .'.*.■ 


"43 28 


Total 


»lU4.69fl 00 



SUtement, November 25. 1902. 

LlnbllHIea. 

CaplM! BlHck ., 

VadlvLdpd protltH. less lom 

IndlTldual deposits aubjert 

CertlflPBtes o( deposit . . . 
Bllla re-discounted 



130,000 00 
654 SI 



I OF BTOCKriOLDERS. 



Fml J. TtrpeDter. HterenB 
rmni, Wla 

U. l-anldj. Htfvemi Point . . 

K. H. t'opna k Co., Stevena 
l-nint 

i>. w. ratt, 8leT«iB Tolnt,. 

1. <i. Koien. Amhersl 

II- 0. IlalTsnoD. ateveoa 

W. E. KiDgibiirT, 8teT«aB 
Point 

V. a UackllD, Slevena 
I'olnl 

Sodrrick MeKenale. SteTena 

l-OlBt 

T. L McUlarblln. Sterens 

IVUnt 

l.>Kj K. BDd Marr F~ Mc- 

lilirfaUn. flteieDS I>oIdI... 

I. I-. »wbj. Stevena Point . . 

Xn. Millie Oetrander, fltST- 

rat Ptaint 

'1, li. Park. Ktcvena Point.. 
J. )t. Itedlleld. Jr., Stevens 

Point 

IxRo; B. BlTen. BteTCni 

Point 

P. Botbnun. SteTens Point. 
i>n. E. V'anshtt, fitevena 

Ptttot 

A. F. Wjatt. Sterena Point, 

11 



1200 00 
5.000 00 

100 00 



Wyatt. 
Blancbe Wiait.' Hteii 



■olnt 



Ben. V. ■ 

Li. a, I'omeroy. Amherst... 
Martba C. Malick. Rtevens 

l-olnt 

T. H. Ilanna. HterenF iViint 
L. J. N. Mil rat, Sterena 

Fred A. Zlmmer. Stevens 

Point 

W. Karner, Spokane, 



100 00 I 
200 00 i 



Point . 



['■red T. Iloston. Ste*en» 

Point 

I V. P, Atwell, Stevens Point. 
. :, W. Heln. Stevens IWnt 
Mrs. Mary Gilbert. Stevens 



Point 

Total , 



1.000 00 
0.000 00 



Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUi 



ogle 



StoDghtoa — Stonffhton State Bank. 

Went. . BOBE DOW, CublM. 

DIBBCT0B8. 



Selle C 



Statement, NoT^nber 25, 1902. 



LoaDS aod dlBcouDts 

OvFrdraftH 

llaDklnit hauRe ■ ■ . ■ 
Other real estate . . 
rherkB on a tiler baoki 
line from bankn 

liankera 

II. 8. and national 

reticy on liand . . . 

Snede 

Mrkels and cents . . 



$341,386 91 ! Capital atock $25, 

in.nri."; fin surplus fund 

00 rndlvtdAl proAta. leas 



a.ooo 

4,000 iHi 
OIT 60 

10,901 25 

• 6.361 00 

2,740 10 

Ifl 20 

(890,711 82 



IndlTldiial deposits subject 
Cert Iflca tea o( depo&lt 



!5.0«0 W 

4,07B »5 

118,733 tf. 



NAMK5 Olf 8TOCKHOLDBBB. 



Oeo. now. Camhrldttc (1^.000 Oni< 

Kobe now. Stoiighton 4.000 00 

Mrs. Belle G. Dow, Stodf-blon 4.000 00 
Ilabe Dow, Jr., Siougbton... 2.000 OOl 



H I>ow. Stougbton 2.0W*"> 

Total (25,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Stai^on Bay — ^Bank of Stnifieon Bay. 

DATID DECKER, Preildent. HENRY FBTZES, Ctwbkr. 



DIBBCTORa 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



«"I1! 'S* ^'"™'""'» f2*6.a«T 07 



ttanktajT liOBw 

'Hbn ml estile 

FarnllDn and fliturea . . , 
««"*. Nocki iDd secnrl- 

J^ itimi"'.'.','.'.'.'.','.'.'.',' 
^rrb 0a oUer bank> . . . 
Dot bom backs and 

C. S. »nd "nal'lMiai "ciir- 
I band 



i^ii 






15.S3n 14 
12.47a R4 
3,425 72 

20.000 00 
324 07 

s,9ee M 



10.036 00 

2,949 SO 

199 69 

B2 97 



Total »a5I,086 73 



"V- J 



Llabllltlea. 



rofltB, I 



IndlTldiiaT deposlu BUb]«-t 

Certlflratei or drpoalC .... 

Savlags deposit* 

DlTldendi uopald 

Bills rc-dlscouDted 



ToU! t351,086 73 



NAMES OP STOCK HOLDERS. 



tartdDttker, SturKOOD Bay.|22,600 00 

H«tjFtt«r. Sturgeon Bsj. 1.50O 00 

E. P. Codl. Sturgeon Bar . . SOO tlO 

H. C, Smtleld. Stnrfteon Bu nno Ofi 

W. S. H»y. Stnraeon B«r ... 'WW 

lohn UatbeiD. Btomeon Bay WWI 00 

Ur.BtTMl^ Stnrgeon BS7 BOO 00 



M. V. I 

J. B. Twiddle. Pturneon nay Mju OO 
Etoger Eatougb. Ballef'i llar- 

O. B.' Declier.'sturBeon'Bsy 2,()00 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



StQ^eon Bay — Merchants' Ezohange Bank. 



C. L. NCLtiUN. Presldeat. 



W. A. LAWBENCt:, Caabkr. 



DIUECTOB& 



Loans nnd dEsraunU f 11: 

Ovprflrafts 

BanklnR hoiini> 

oilier r»i] esMtp 

riierkx un olb^r tianka ... 



Statement, Novembw 25, 1902. 

LiBfellltlea. 

rapilal Btofk 

L'DdlTided iirDnts. leas Idbh 

IndWIdiiiiT' delicJBltii' Blibject 



Xlck«lB aad ceDta . 



Total 1181,648 2 



I,. M. Waahburn, StarMcon 
Bar 

W. A. I^wrence, Stnrgeon 
Bay 

CharlpB KefnoldB. SturKeoD 



NAMKS OF «TOCKnOI,UBRB. 
[arKfon Bay. (8.000 00 , 



0,000 ! 
4.00O OO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



lomali— Bank of Tomab. 



DIBECTOBS. 



FRANK DREW, Cuhler. 



Statemeot. November 25, 1&02. 






"Tsrdrifti 

RtlkiDg bODR 

I'lsh Utaa 

' brrls on oth»r banks 
\ne rrom banks ai 



. $102,814 77 
9,800 00 
1.034 21 



Liablllllea. 

Capital stock 

ITndlTlded profits, less IoBk 

[ndiTldual'dppos'lts 'subj^vi 



Total tieS.nsa 02 



NAMES OP 8T00KH0I,I>BRB, 



Iilin C. Ford estate. Tomab tl.OOO 00 < 

S Dnw. Hlghmore. 8. D 10.000 OO ; 

Frtnk Dnir, Tomab JO. 000 00 1 

r. W. Eirl*. Tomah 300 00 1 

to. TitOng, Tomab SOO OO 

J. E. Vbahlp. Tomab SOO 00 

FniikKUck, Tomah 300 00 



roa., Ulgt 
Earle, Tc 



iberji, Milwaukee 
«. Milwaukee... 
S. U. 



Total 129.000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Two Bivers — Bank of Two BiTcrt. 



E. DECKER, President. 



iSlwtxi Decker. 
Dbt14 I>e«k«r, 
Chas. B. Haellcr, 



W. I. WSIETH. Aut CuUer. 



DIBBCTORS. 



Statement, November 26, 1902, 



TioauB and discounta |150,193 06 

Overdrafta 10,84B 83 

Banking house 10.000 OO 

8,771 47 
1,502 35 

1.000 00 

9,181 S5 

5.466 00 
1,411 » 

82 14 



Fumlluiv nnd flitur 



IT. S. BUd nitioDa 



Capital stock t!5.000 Oft 

"ndlflded proaiB. leaa loss 

"~" — deposits subject 



CertlBcaCea of depoatt . 



S,433 70 
57.8SS V- 



Total tiea.is* M 



NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



M. Decker. Cisco, Wis »500 C 

Kavtd Decker. Green Bay... 12,000 

J. E. Hamilton, Two Rivera. 3,400 ( 

C. E. Moeller, Two Rivera., 1,900 { 



)pValter Mann,'T»-o Rivera.. , 1.900 » 

1 Total tM.OOOO 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Two Biven — ^Two Rivers 8aTit^^ Bank. 



FETER J. SCHROEDEB, Preeldent. 



PETER 9CHR0EDEB. Cuhlet. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement, November 25, 1902 j 



lous aiul dlacooDts . . . . 

BinklDg hoDM 

Wier naJ at»te 

f'nniliun ind fiMore* . . . 
Bondg, iioeks ind securl- 

nttts oil' othpr banie ' '. 
INK from 






LI lib 1 1 Idea. 



IndlTldnal dvpoallB subject 
tlBcaUH oi deposit . , . 



bankB and 



20,«Se T2 
2.960 00 



Total 1162.590. 09 Total 11(12. SS5 00 



PHm J. Bchroedei . 
Ptt«r Schroedsr, Two 1 
iu. 8, Bchroeder, Two 
Jobn J, gi^hroeder. 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 

Nero tS.OOO 00 I Krank D. Scbroeder, Two 

1.11.000 00 RW«r« 2,000 

■a 3.000 00 B. J. Vodra. Two Rivera 2,000 



Total J2.'i.O 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Turtle Lake— Bank of Tnrtle Lake 



L. U. RICIIAKUSON, FiSBldent. 



F., O. MrKKXZIR. fa«hl<r. 



Katie Bunkar, 



Statement November 25, 1902. 



LosKs aod dlacounti 

t'npald ctpltal 

Overdrafla 

Rnnklng hnuse 

Other real estate 

PuiTlIure BEd flxturea ... 
BondB. slorki and Mcnrl- 



Uue froDi banks 

r. H. and natlnna 

rearj un hand . . 

Kprple 



6.750 36 Capital slock 

U.OOO 00 rodtTlded proflla. lera Iohs 

748 iO and Pip. acM 

1.284 £0 IndlTldual depoalts aiibjert 



1,. M, Rli'bardsnn. Tui 



NAMKS OF STOCKHOLDERS. 

I Katie Bunker, Turtle [.akc. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Viroqna — Bank of Viroqns. 



11. LISDEU4XN, President. 



WM. I.INDEMAXN, JR., Cashlei-. 
DIRECTORS. 



Statement, November 2S, 1902. 



n*«o«rcea. 

■ Bad illsr(>auta 



" "lamps , 



t3eS.22» 
■JO.OTO 


no 


1,859 




1.628 


T7 
40 


35.168 


43 


31243 

184 


43 


1401.183 33 1 



Llablllim. 

Capital Btoclt toO.OOO 00 

I'ndLvldpd proBtB. lest loss 

■nd eij). Bcet 11,521 70 

IndlTldual depoBltH BUbJeci 

to rherk .18,0!).% 14 

Ocrtinciiteg of deposit .130. neo 40 

Bills payable lO.IIIH) no 



Total 1401.183 3 



NAMRS OP STOCKHOLDERS. 



11. UndemaDD. Vlroqua . 
Efgim T.. Trowbri'dKe, 



roiina 4|("«i iiii 

I. UbdemanD. Vlroqua.... 100 IM» 

Tnlol (50,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Viroqiu — ^Vernon Coosty Bank. 

H. p. PHOCTOB, Prealdeot. H. E. PACKARD. Cuhl«r. 

DIBBCTOB8. 



C. S 



nverdreflL 
Ranking house 



. P. Proctor, 



SUtetnent. Noveml}«r S6, 1902. 



le trom bsDkB 

bBDken 

3. and ustlonal i 



tlOT,203 46 1 












220 


70 






S,346 


BS 


3.TB9 












3,000 


00 


1135.098 


« 



LUbllltlea. 



iT deposits >ub]ect 
CerllflealeB of depoVlt '.'.'. 



NAMES OF STOCK HOLDERS. 

H. P. Proctor, VIroqua (11,000 00 1 W. S. Proctor. AabeTlll«, N. 

C. 8. Smith, Blroy B.OOO 00 C 1,000 00 

It, J. RoseDfeld, Portage . . . B.OOO 00 Fraok Selvert, Union Cetiter 1,000 00 

(I. L. tteed, BprliuTllle 2,000 00 — 

I Tot«l »28,000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



State Banks. 



WasbbvTS — ^Bayfield County Btnk. 



Q. UAXCY, Praldeot. 



C. O. 80WDKR, Csihlcr. 



DIRECTORS. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 






619 Ti 

18,069 28 



UafellltlH, 

Capttal stock f IS.tX 

Sucplna fund l.D' 

Undivided proflts, less Ion 

and eip. acct l.Ol 

IndlTldnaJ deposits s 

t» check 

CertiQcBtea of deposit 
SsTlngH deposits . . . 
BlllB re-dlscounted . 



subject 



TottI >148,0a7 68 Total 1143,067 69 



NAMES OF STOCKHOLDKBS. 



n'u l!*^' Oahkosb (5.000 00 r J. 8. Usxcr. Gardiner, Mc 

{f.l'Uucj Wsabboni. ... 4, MO 00 W. O. Maze;, Oardluer, I 
"l"nl« M. Clausen, Waah- 

»?°w 100 00 Total 

"WMLtwto, Gardbier, Me, 6,000 OO' 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Wuhborn — ^Northern State Bank. 



M. A. SPRAGUe, President. 



U N. ClBuseD. 
Fred. T. Yate*. 
M. A. Spraiue. 



DIRECTORS. 



O. P. 8WANBY, Cwhler. 



Aver; Brusb, 
K. a. Owen, 
W. H. Lemke, 
. B. UDgrodt. 



StAteiii«!Qt, November 25, 1402 



Rcaonrces. 

and dlBOOunts $127,605 03 

Itanklng bouee . , 



frum banks sad 



0.323 77 



rency on band , 

8pe<-|p 

Nlrkeld and eenta 



proflta. less loss 
depOBlls sabjevt 



Total flOR.HSa 8 



NAMRS OF STOCK 110 r.DERa. 



M. A. Spragbi!. WBEhtiim. , .( 
O. A. Itltan. Portland, Ore. 
11, C. Akeley. MlnaeBpoIU, 

Minn 

Henry iJcy, Brracusc, N. Y. 
Avery Brash. Osase. Iowa.. 
W. n. Smith. IlougbtoD. 



lat. llBDEen. Washbui'n . 



,d,Google 



Watertown — ^Bank ol Watertown. 

"iL BviHIlEIT, SB., Prealdent. F. B. WOODAIID, Cuhler. 



M. J 

E. J 
C. W 


BDcbbclt 
Woodard 
Brandt, 

Bta 
on ■¥«■>. 


tement. Nov 

10,IHMI (HI 
4.799 20 

84,890 00 

2,328 42 

1W,899 82 

4,878 00 

■ 85 40 

58 64 


J. F-. PmUtt, 
F. E, Woodard. 

ember 26, 1902. 






Undivided i>TofltB. less Iobs 

Individual depoBlla aiiUKi 
to check 

Ortldcates of dPUOHll ... 

Dae to banke and hankers 

(.'aahier'B checks ootatand. 
Ing 

Kvserve for laiea 








furnltiiiT iDi] flitureH ... 
Bonjl,. 8,oAh and iwcnrl- 










l-hecki on oiher banks . . . 
Iiw tnm banks and 


27,254 H4 




Dal eur- 






(567,878 44 











NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS. 



"Tjwn (30.000 00 

u J. Voodard. Watertown. 18,000 00 

F J. Brandl, Watertown ... lO.INHI 00 

I' Wellborn, Watertown. 0.000 00 

Wb, "stone. Watertown.. 22.000 00 

■tliBiore Prentlsa, Water- 

l,n 1,400 00 



.1. F. PrentlBB. Watertown.. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Watertown — KerdtaaW Bank. 



W. D. 8PBOESSEB, FretldMt. 



W. D. Sproeiaar, 
J. Terbnientea, 
D. H. Kuael, 
L. Schempt, 



DIBECTORS. 



D. H. SDSBL, CMbler. 



F. Schmatiler, 
W. A. BeoihanB. 
U. F. Blamenteld, 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 

















192 02 






















<:lieckg on other banks . . . 


1.407 8B 






















NIckela and cents 


123 82 


Total 


(49B.042 76 



Capital Btock 

Surplua fund 

llDdlTlded profltB, ten loss 

ladlTldnal deposits aubjeci 

Certificates of "deposit ■ ■ - 



Total 1495. M2 I 



NAMES O? STOCKHULDBRS. 



Joa. Terbruessen. Watertown |l 
W. D. Spro«sser. Watertown <. 
D. H. Euael, WatertowD . . . 

J, W. Cole, Bat.. Watertown. 
W. A. Beurbaua. Watertown. 
Fred. Knael. Watertown 
Leonard Schempf, Watertown 
Joho Scbempf.- Watertown .. 

Jacob JootI. Watertown 

John Habbegger, Watertown. 
John CJ. Conwaj, Water' 



'. B. Hoe 



, Watertown 



TTlrlch Habhegger, Water 
Chr. ScbiDiitileT, Waters wu 
Wm. Gorder, Watertown . . . 

.1. D. Plati, Watertown 

Dora WegsDiaii, Watertown. 



2.000 00 
2.000 00 
2,000 00 



Chaa. B. FreT. Watertown . . 

Wdl Hart'lg. Watertown 

F. B. Weber, Watertown 

M. F. Blamenfeld, Watertown 
Fred. Schmutaler. Watertown 
I,. It. Condor, Watertown.. 
Geo. S. Scbempf. Watertown 
Minnie Sproeaaer. Watertown 
Jennie 8. Bohr, Watertown. . 
H. C. Cbrlatlans, Jobnaon'a 

Creek 

Mra. J. B. L. PelroDuet, 

Wheaton, 111 

Mrs. Emily ' 

clnnatl, O. . . 

Total . . 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Wannakee— Wanuakee State Bank. 



K. J. 0'U\LJ,1£Y, Prealdent. 



H. J. O-Uailey, 
LtwreDce PreneT, 
J. H. KoltM, 



. P. KBNNEY, Cuhier. 



DIHECTOaB. 



Statement, November 26, 1902.' 



I>ne trom bankB and 



4,918 GS 
1.S25 00 



WctcJiud'teDta'.' 



Total f30,S51 83 



LUbllHIea. 



125,000 00 

C2 33 



Indlrldual depoBlta subject 
Certlflcatea ofdepoilV '.'.'.'. 



Total (3B,3S1 33 



NAMES OF BTOCKHOLDBRS. 



Rodtrlcd ScbuDck. Waonakee 
Uwtmce FreneT, Wannakee 
Tltrj F, CoDDor, TokCD 

Creek 

¥. ]. O'Ualley. Wannakee.. 

J. H. Koltes, Wannakee 

P. R. Rlphabn, Waunakee.. 



7,000 00 

7,000 00 

COO 00 

eoo 00 



Caaper Hilgeii, Waunakee.. 

A. U. Blake, WauDakee 

A. P. KeoDe;, Wannakee... 
Jobli T. Kenoe;, Madison... 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Wausftn — ^Harathon County Bank. 

ALEXANUKB STEWART, PreEldeDt. E. C. ZIUUEKUAN. ' 

DIRECTORS. 
Alexander Btewart, Albert Sallldav, 

C. W. Harger, B. C. ZlmmemiBQ. 

Walter Aleiander, 



Statement. November 2 



. 1902. 



Overdrafts 

BuQklns houBP. furniture 



IlondB. Rtorlis and seoiirl- 
I'berka on otbpr banlii . . 



1446 


176 


99 


30 




00 


3T 


697 


H 


96 


438 


22 


121 


34a 

73 


0(1 
00 
02 
44 


»«5B,055 iM j 



LiBbllltlea. 

Capital stock fflfl, 

Siirnliia fund 20, 

I'ndlTlded praflta. less loaa 

Individual dr^pl)BltB subject 

'.r depoVlt ' : ! ! 381! 



000 
000 


00 

00 


0.-<3 


92 


KS 


4fi 



Total tOSS.OSG 04 



NAMES OV ST0CKIIOrj>BR8. 



Alex. Stewart. Wausau ) 

Walter Alexander, Wsubbu . 
Chaa. W. Barger, Wnuiau , . 
Mrs. J. R. Brunean. Wausau 
M. S. Scbolfleld estHtP, Wau- 



V. A. Aldi^rson. Wauaau . . 
Albert Solllday. Water town 
Helen H. Gallup. Watertowi 
S. H. AtbsD, Rblnelender . 
Ella G. Haaeltlne. Rlpon . . 
J. E, Harger. Denver. Col. . 
Frank Fellows eBtate, Cbl. 
cago Heights, 111 















Daniel Jones. Watertown . . 


4,500 on 
























tdO.OOO oo 



,d,GoogIe 



Wantoma — Waatoma State Bank. 



R. A. CHRISTIE. I>r«*ldeilt. 



! p. WALKER, Cashier. 



DIRECTORS. 



R. A. Chriitie, 
Gilbert Tenaant, 
George V. Walker. 


^.'«xrsi. 


Statement. November 25, 1902. 


Krao«rc*>. 




i.i«biiiii«>ii. 


IrfWDB anil i1))in>UDlH 

Inpald raplUl 


»H5.8(I4 42 

7,801 BO 
1.S70 00 


Capital Ktwk 

UndlvlileO pn.ma, Iphs Iohs 

ll.dl'v1dHSrd'!>!ilt; aubjKt 

rertlflrnt™ of'dppoiitV " ! ! 




Ktirnltu™ and flxturw . . . 
<'IieckH an other banks... 






II. S. nnd natlansl cur- 




Mrkpla BDd cents 




Total 


;in,»22 47 


TolBl 









MAMKS OF 8T(ICKII«ILI)l-:im. 



r. VI. atanler. Chicago, 111.. 

<!al» RoQrt. OshfcoBh 

J. II. J«nklas, Oahkoab 



. OKhkoah 

Mosra Ilooiwr. Ostikoah . 

8. M. IlaT. O^bkosb 

fieorgr HlliuD. Oabkosb . 



J. II. rickert, Berlin ., 
K. M. Fllzmorrls. Iterlli 
C. S. UorrlB. Berlin . . 

A. nllaoD. rtcrlln 

II. It. LalnjE. Berlin . . . 
T. II. Rnmse;. Berlin . 
M. R. Campbell. Berlin 
Fred A. Johnson. Berlin 

C. li. Ilawley. Be'rlln . 

M. HalTord, Berlin 

C. M. Ifodson. Berlin . 
13 



, Mount MnrrlB. 



































I.. Trufanl 






















Mary Walker 


Wantoma .. 


J, 


K, niKnon. 








■* 


deraon A 


Tern 11, Wail 




TBrldVm 


n. Wautoma 

















■0. I'. Walk 


er, Wantoma. 



Di:;-iz?.)ry^^.uO' 



.gle 



Weft Bend— Bank of Weit Bend. 



E. FRA.NC'KENBEIH;, President. AKTHUR FRASCK 

UIBiX,TORS. 

Arthur li'ranekpnbfrg. 

Statement, November 25, VnOZ. 



Rmoarcea. 



■21 22 



LlaltllltlcB. 



Individual dppOBlts subjpft 

(0 check as. 000 K 

(Vrtlflcales of deposlC ... '■''^.^^Ji ^a 



R. Kranr) 

Arthur 1 

Brnd 



\AMRS OF RTOCKIIOLLIEnS. 
t Bend»lS,onO no iSrpiihen F. Mayer, 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



C. C. HENUY, I'rcBldeQt. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 
West Bend— The First State Bank. 

H. E. HENRY. Cuhlcr. 



DIRECTORS. 
r. r. flenry. 0. B. Hear;. 

U. K. Hear;, 

Statement. November 25, 190.-. 



Loanx and dli««i)Dta 

BanklDK bouiie 

Furnllurv and fluturp 



t4it.aiio CO 

3.6fil 77, 



LlabllltlH. 

Caplial Htopk 

I'DdlTlded prolltR. \fSB ion 

IndlTldUMl dFiiOBLtH subj'rt 



KtTlDgi deposits 



NAMES OF STOC K HOLDER S- 



II. K. tUarj. West Bend ... 
O. B. Henry. Port Waalilng- 

riarence illil.'port Waali'lng- 



S.OOO 00 0. B. Heory, Wt» 
1.000 00 Total . . 

1.000 00 I 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Weitfleld— Wertfleld State Buik. 



W. H, HOSa, rresldent. 



JLXrUS W4BSKE, CuWer. 



Julius Warake. 



Statement, November 25. 1902. 



L'lirnltiirp nnd llxltuvB ... 
Iliii' fmui Lwuha and 



LlabltltlM. 



CDrilvldi^il iJrallU. ]ena ioK 

and Pip, »<vt 

Indlvldiifil cIPiioxltB Hllbjet' 



NAUKB OF STOCKIiOLDERS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



West Superior — American Exchange Bank. 

J. H. CULVER, Prpsldrnt. W. D. [■OliritN, 

i>mKCTnR8. 



J. II. Culrer. 
II. II. liracv. 
II. M, Culver. 
W. K. .Mt-Cui-d. 

Statement, November i 







«^„n,. 














t..n.M.' 


w and " 


^-. 


ri: 




a"<I 








tnnk* 


HaDkH a 


.d 


haul . . 


..^^ 


T! 













(I171 


01-. 


-. 




















4 


131 


M 


^ 


fllH 


tin 








3 


4U4 


».-. 


r.2 


]8G 


57 








7 


.Ti4 


"" 



W. II. <'..l.iini, 

i. 1902. 

l.lBltllltleii 



iDdlvldual deiioBlta utibjM' 



|r>o.ouo .on 



. t'.i7U,l*^ *-i 



XAMKS OF STOCK 1H)I.I>RH3. 





W«i( SiifXTior. 


























West Siiiwrlor 

















A. Ilr.yt, 
<i. Met: 



sger CBtate, Chl- 



H. C. IMvlB, f 



IlillB, I)PDr< 

■. Beebe. Korri__. _ 

i .'ane C. Oordun, Colli 



.nno on 

CItT. la.. fi.OIKi 00 
, Cot. ... 4,000 on 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Weat Superior — Bank of Commercv. 



B. T. BUXTON, Presldeot. 



F. H. Ruger, 
M. Rwd. 

A. M. reckham, 



. CtlASl^; Cublfr. 



DIRECTORS. 



E. L. C«8i. 

a! i: Lovejoy, 



Statemeat. November 25, 1902. 



Kumiliire and flu urea 
Bondii, sinrka and aeci 

tlM 

('ash lt«mH 

Cb^rhB OD other bank* 



BpePle 

Tolsl ; 



3-10 It) 

i.-2ia 11 

12T,4,'>8 21 



Undivided p roll In. 
Indlvlduardepuiilti 



ibjwt 

Vrttllvalcs or deiWBli . . . 

laTingH dppuBlts 

>up ro baakH aod bankrm 



i cbrcka oulRliud- 



NAMEa 0L<- STOCK IIOLDERB. 



L. A, Brcbe, Chlrnxo 

II. S. BnlJer. Superior 

Martoa ('. Buiton, Rala- 



W. (roller. Pblladelphla. I-a. !■. 

K. S. Itanklu. Newark. N. J. 2 
». R. Kllner. New York, 

X. V 6,n 

K. T. Ituilou. Wext HuprHur.t24.ri 

K. I., ('asm West Superior.. 4 

H. A. Iloyl. Forreat. HI. ... 3.2 

W. M. Camp. Betnenl. ID... 3.2 

F. 8. Daseett. Paanrlfna, fni. i.e 
II. c. Cbaae, iruatee. Cbl- 

raico. Ill H.n 

Frnmi 8. L. Chaae. Cblraeo . ».» 

J. J. RaoklD. ScrantoD. I'a.. 2,4 
CbflM. A. ChaHP, trnnter, 

Weat Superior 10,fl 

Kamael T. Chaae. Chicago .. 3.U 

Hutb C Chaae. Cblcagn 3.1) 

». Ileal;, Wnnaw. N. Y. ... l.fi 

O. Gilbert. Dululh. HIna. . . il 

F. C. Gould. Warsaw. N. Y.. fl 

Anna MeLeod. Scranton. Ta. 1 

Jamea I>. Butler. MadlaoD .. 1.3 



J. N. Mt't.,eod. 

Terxa Tbarali 

MTun 



.sMic."^*^'?' 



^. i: r^ovojoy. Jaiieavllli- .. 1** ni 

C. A. Chaae, Weat Kiiperiur 20.5.' 

Halona ileea. Caallle. N. Y.. .It 

F. II. Rum'v, Weat Superior. :'( 

E. I., tiilllama. JanesTllle.. 6: 

W. A. TmcT. Mndlson l,:i( 

I,. V. Traey. Madiaon C: 

Mary Wllroi. JanesTtlle. . . .i: 
Cni'los A. llu:l. Batarla, N. 

Y. a: 

E. KuRer, Janeavllle. N. Y.. e; 

llrnre A. Chase, ChlcaEO ... l.Si 

Alice I.. <'baKL-. Chlrago tV 

Itorothy Chaae. Chleairo Hi 

Harry <t. Chase. Cblrago ... ft 

K. C. Chaae. (IHraao W 

W. I>. Wqlab. West Superior. l.»i 

Total *liSO,0 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



Whitehall— John Helby & Co. Bank. 

'. UEI.BY, rrraldeot. AXTOS O. MKLBY, CiehUr. 



John O. ilelby, 
O. F. Lanon, 
AntoQ U. Helbj, 



Dl RECTO RS. 



StatemeDt. November 25. 1902. 




NAMES OP BTOCKUOLDEnS, 



. Melby. WhlleUall 

""---hall 

I 

Winona. 

<w'b'ridK«-. Braver 



i.oou (10 1 

'soo UO I 

sou W) 1 

TOO 00 



i, Baldivla 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Whitewater— Citizens' State Bunk. 



. MAUSII, PresJilp 




1, \. wiiKi:i.i- 


D. S. Cook. 
ticorge S. Mni-Bh, 

m'. i.. R. Stewsrt. 


DlRi:CT(IRS. 


T. if. ntafkmaD, 
n! M. l.UtlrJohn. 

.P. «i, KCBtol- 

U. Aadprsen. 



Statement, Noveiubor 25. 1902. 






Nli'kFlii anil' ri'DtH ' 



7i,r.:n Hi 
urn » 



Cnpitnl iiloc'k t:il),O0i) ill) 

siii'iiiiiH ruDd iii.ouu oil 

['ndlvldPd iiruntH. Ipnh Iush 



[Ildlvliliinl di'poHlIK MiUJ.e: 



iIKS or STKCKriOLDEIta. 



a. B. 


bn 


lin 


sen. 


White- 


o^ncj. 


art 


. WI 


Thi.'.'.' 


n. Kn 


ma 


S° 


Id Sprlnc . . 
Coe. While- 


K. K. 


M. 


Conger. 


Wblte- 



. Wnib- 
M ",*"*"" ll'.'r'iiniialV Vi'inni- 
[l. S.Vnolt, WKitewBtpi- '..'.'. 



TOO OO 
aOO 00 

noo 00 



'. S. Crllti-ndpli 
U. Da'lilc 



lIuldRli Forres 
11. tlodtrey « 



l^rpd (iou!d. I.tma 

J. t'. (tnlloway. KOHhkon 
I,. M. (ioodliUD. n'hIIewB 



J. <]. Keatot. Whlten-Rter . 
N. M, Uttlfjohn, Wliltewat 
G. S. MsrBli, Whltewuler . 
I. Z. Mertlnm. Whltpwaler 



Pd.yGoogIe 



. JanrsTllIe. 



F STfK-KimLDEKS-l 



>f«rj- F. Xorion, New Voi 

Siplla I>ar(rt(lKr. n'bltew 

Sirah H, I-cbU, Fort Atkln- 

Mra. FtniiiF liaj.'wtirtf>wVteT 
w. L. R. Scewarl. Whitewater 
\y. S[..rk<lal?. WhlH-WHler.. 
J. J. titarin estate, Wblte- 

M™ ir. «. 'jialisbiiry. WhitW 

K. f. Thayer, WhifVwatVr".'. 



TOO 00 

GOO 00 

i,:joii (k> 

500 00 



Katbariae L.. 


nulte, MlDUe- 




via Wh 


e i-nlale. Mln- 


lil. 


Whitr, 
Wllklns 


MlDD«apollR . 
r. liBlesburg, 


H. J. 


D. Whitewater 




- 



,d,Google 



Wild Eose — Wild Bose State Bft&k. 



I). E. FHOST, 1 



G. E. McDILL, CBBhIer. 



D. K. Frost, 
'ItioB. II. E'atcrsi 
i;. E. McDlll. 



Statement. NoTember 2 









lire Bud llirur™ 
□n oI!i«r banks 
trom bank* 


Bod 


and national .'iir- 









I.lal>llltl»B. 



I'lidlvldHi pruflta. Ifss 

ladlvlduoT dviiOBltM au 

to cUei'k 

OrimtatN or d«uos1[ 



125. OOU (HI 
92B »T 



Johns 



Steve 



;. CnJver. HtCTena l>olDt. 
:. Sanrnrd, SleveDB I'olat 
ft-. KjiruRKon estorr. Ste- 

>-. MllcbPll.' kt^veuB i'oliit 
I. Mt^ltlll. Stevpua Point. 
;. from. Stevens I'olnt . 
«. Livingston, Stevens 

lint 

. Week. Stpvens Point . . . 
I. Jenkins. Uiiiikosh .... 
r A. Ilamlllon. Nepnah. 
i K. ItamlltoD. Nppnab. 

, JuDPs. Rrrlln 

. HiDBrt. Wild Rosp 

I. H. I'ateraon. Wild Rose 



■■ STOCKilOI.DERS. 

rank M. Clarii. Wild Rase . 
.. ti. Rice. »tpvpna l-ulnt.. 

-lure Ikipp. Ilplmont 

Kmll; Uopp, Uplmnnl 

Klpbnrd Iiavles; Wild Husp. 
' Waala k lloll. Wild Itou- . . 
mas I'rulliproe. Wild Rose 

rlet J. Iluehpa. Wild Rose 

I IJavId R. Itowen. Wild Rose. 
EdocIi Uavles. Wild Itoae ... 
~ amaa DbvIvb. Wild Rose . 

>. <i. IJino. Wild RoBP 

R. Ilumptirer. Wild Rose 
V. Bereoa. WUd Rone... 



Total 123.000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



■Withee— state Bank of Withee. 

.YKN, I'n-HidiiUt. W. ( 

l)IlU:rT0H8. 



itiiwiih Clbsu 



II. 



Mnnih. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 

IJmlillltirH. 







i-brt-kson »lbpr bank 
I 'lie from baQkH 


" ind 


I-. S. and MilonnI 


our- 









10.11(10 (w 

a, Tail (111 

4»4 T5 

salt «.-< 



I'DltlVlllPd I>nim'l. IrBM lOBB 

nnd I'lp. aiTt 

Inillvlihial di-iHiNltH tabSrrt 



STOCKIIOUmRS. 



A. K. n*™. Owpn »l .TOO M 

r:. K Andri'son. Owen ^(Nl (HI 

Wm. Harden. Owen 'JIW 00 

M. RJornjirnd, (iwen 21X1110 

J. F. fJiiabPH. Owen aiiO (W 

r-. W-. lUII. Onen iw 00 

y A OHvn Owen lOO IH) 

John' I-edewtin. Owen HOIl 0(1 

K. Conour. MarBhlield I.DOO lio 

K. K. Wlneb. Uardhfieid _^ WW 00 

j' r' Manth. JUrBhWe'ld. . . 3^000 00 

O li Llndeman. Marablleld ftOU Oo 

<■'. K.' Blodaetr. Marslifleia l.OuO "O 

I.. KpeH>eck. Slpdford i"9 1'* 

Xlels H. <;re>-, \>lth#e 2U0 00 



. TiiriB. 



iVIIIiPi 



J. Iiamhjer. Withee. 

r-ohf. Wlrhee 

Andersun. WItliee .. 

illinon. Ijumrwnrd. . . . 

:er Tlllon, NeillHrllle. 
II. Xtnllli. Withee... 

■ HoUn. WltLee 

*. XlelHon. Withee.,. 

rie. UBvId. OWPH ,. 

. . C. Tiif tM. Wlttiee 

n. n. Hatter. i'nJby 

•■ -laaltell Withee. I.n Cn 

Tula! 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Wonewoc — State Bank of Wonewoc. 

C. K. WIH.FK\ni:\. ITcHldenl. A. I'. r.M.K. 

IHHRCTORX. 













Kiirnlturp Htirt flxtiir 
ChpchK »D iithrr bal 
Iiiip rrum hunkH 


"and 


r. S. ami niitliiniil nir- 

rcnr-.v on hand 



SUtement, NovBinber 25. 1902. 

Llabltltlm. 



iDillTldiin] dPIioKllK Hnhjor 



' rerliHc'iK'a uf dfimsll 



'. E. Wolfpniipn. Woni 
f. M. Matlexun. V,unfv 
. n. Wolfpudcn, \V<ii 



NAMKS (IK a-ntCKilOMtERS. 

»-ijc-. .(17,1110 no R II. 1V.H.T. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Wrightstown — The Farmen' and Trader*' Bank. 

J. II. TAtLER. PresIdeDt. C. W. MVELLKIt. ' 

I)IUb:iTUK». 



. I.iir 



.\. Italhei 



LfwlB Kmith. 
Statement, November 25, 1902. 





■c«. 


f^.US 20 

'wm -id 
HOI .ir. 

" ;(i in 

(WT 04 

*mi.44.-i or, 


IVttI 


i.iiibiiii]». 






Ided proflrB 

dual depuBlta HuhJiH't 


«:;5 00 


Kiimtliire nnd ll'iturp. 




Hue rnim hiinkH 


BUd 


rMf* or driioHlt .... 


:i7.717 WH 


r. K. ana nnllonBr 


'■'"■- 


Tutal 
















N.™ .nd «ppnHP ae< 


IIIIDI 




T 




»N«.44:!" n.-; 







Hrrmin l-:hU. - 

M. A. Waldo. iJrecD Bay.. 



KIrbai'dHo 
llBnH<>ii. < 



Albrrt KathiT 



(invn liay 5,0 

■n Bay ... -. - 
iJrwn Bay Ti 



Wrl(^t»- 
WriglitV 



ii r-arolfcnBleln. Wrigbta- 



iiikholdkhs, 

llenrj J. Sluhl, lVrlj(H1slcm-n liio 00 
J. vr. Zimmerman. WritflilH- 

WrljchtHtnivn .'. .' aiXI 00 

I^wiH Kniilb. WrlriitatoWD, 1100 UO 

Jan. Krliapnbrp. WrlKhlKlnwn IIJO IHI 

ri. K. ItiirbkP. WrlRhlfllnnn. 100 00 

H. J. .\>l™<c.n, WrlBh(«l..wii HHi 00 
('ha», W. Muellsr, HTlRhlii- 

tuwn 2Hn'ilO 

Mary F. Miipller. WrlKlUx 

Jubn IlnrKli. WrltcbiBtiin-n. . 1IH> oo 

N. Koramrl, WrlKlilHtown . . Khi oo 

N. (J. (irant. WriBlilKlown. . l.oito oo 
Mrs, S. C. lirnnt. WrlnbtB^ 

J, T. <'larki'\vVlgiii«('QWn^! iuO 00 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



SAVINGS BANK 



Beloit — Beloit Savii^s Bank. 

L. J. UOWD, rreBldpnt. EliWARD F. HANSON, T(tr 

StateiQent. November 25. 1902. 



Kmo 



Banking bonsr; 

KiirnEtiirp nnd fiinirp,. 
BondH. -tens and bp< 


in. 


C-hefkn on <>.hrT h»nfc« 


,«d 


V. H. rnirl nndonul rnr- 






Tulfl! 





I-4C.-J,- 



:i.uit:i tu\ 
i.:iNi 411 



Llalttllllrn. 

['Pdlvldnl proBtg. Jc:» loss 

nnil Pip. Bt-c't *4i>,ii;>l (I'J 

Raving dpposlts T-IU.T^U XT 



N.\M!QS or Tr.L'STKKS. 











r 





















llplotl 
lil:l<.U 


ri. I!. I'oUuek '.'.".' .".'.■.*.■ 
Clism Inwrsoll 


Jtaiolt 

Bd..ll 

Itelolt 



,d,GoogIe 



PHITATE BANKS. 



Abbotsford — ^Abbotsford Bank. 



A. H. t'LAlU. Caabler 



Statement. Nftvember 25, 1902. 



LnaDB SDd dlaroiint)! 


t20,n.10 41 

446 12 

13,62.1 at 

Ilia 4:1 


Llahllillra. 

I'Ddluldn! prnfltg. Ipbb Jokk 


90 41 


TbrrkB on othfr bankii . . 




OnlHratcB of deposit 

Total 


20,805 63 


V. K. aa<1 Datlonal Ptir- 
mrj i>n hand 


N^pls 1^ n-nio 

Tolal 


3H.T.-.6 HU 



NAME OF I'AUTNEKH. 

. I'erkiOB '. MPdfnrd 

1 faratcDa Mpdford 

,. Alverenn Modtord 

i rrqiihBrt Mpdfoni 

ft". Hanborn Aahland 

». T. (irow Spnisvlllf 

lip of K. H. H'tnchrater fhllllpii 

V. Wlnrbnter inilillpa 

■. Ijinf rhilllps 

ilf of Job. Elammef Applelon 

R. Mwre I'rentk-e 

8, Aodenon Medford 

H. KUlg 



Pdr,yG00gIe 



Albany— Bank of Albuiy. 



V. a. SIDD, Proprlttoi. 



statement, Novemb^ 26, 1S02. 



RcBomrccB. 



jAinns and db 
naoklni 








rp and flilun>8 ... 


on other biink 
rom binkti 


and 


BDd nallonal cur- 
on hand 


and cpniB 



banka and bankrra 



Total »S8,210 VI 



Alma — The New Bank of Alma. 

CHARLES NELMKISTKB. Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



n«-iinarcca. 



I.->anH and dlat" 

fiirnltiipp and fl 
<'ri«cka on ulliei 






II. T 



"apltal atock 

'ndlvldpd pi'oHlH. Ifsa lona 

and exp. ai'ct 

iDdlvldunI drpoBlta subject 

check 

Iflcatea at deposit . . . 



,d,Google 



Alma Center— Alma Center Bank. 

TUE MItyLI-JIt lIAItDWAItE i, LUMUKH CO.. I'roprlWore 

statement. November 25. 1902. 

l.l*bllltl», 

L'Ddtvided prnflrR. tvm low 
iDdlvldiiaT d«patiilii giili/pi't 



MHOS and dlacouDla 


roM. 






t-.nd». stocks BUd wcurl- 


iw from banks 


and 


I . «. and QHtlooa 


. .'".": 


Nickels and cpota 



1.000 00 
800 00 
W* 02 



Almond — Portage Connty Bank. 



C. K. WEBSTEll, CMhIer. 
Statement, November 86, 1902. 

Llabllltln. 



lAins anil dlsrounts ,. 

BaDklng houae 

{''itrDlriirp and flilnre* 
rhiTkii on othpr hanks. 



till. 105 



I'ai^llal 



t..ck ... . 

vldrd proOrs, I 



»l,0 



To(al *a4 



n. A. Crowpll. Almond 
K. fi. rrowell. Almond. 
C. E. Webftter, Almond 
J. I'. Hallck. Htpv 
J. \V. Uiinegan. 



KAMRS OF rAllTNKriS. 

inoo n 



Point. 100 00 

100 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Private Banks. 



W. H. .lONKS. I'riJi 



Arena — W. H. Jonea. 



Statement, November 25. 1902. 

Ltkbllltlra. 



T^oBoii and dlxrouolg .... 


J23.1.12 10 


Dne From bBDkB Bud 




r. S. aD<l natioDHl -cur- 
rencj- on band 


s.nso 00 


XlrkflB and wnti 

Total 


71 
V-I2","bT3"0S 



rndlTldrd ptoflta. Ies« Idb 
IndivlituatdepaBl'ts Bubj^c 
CertlflraHiB of depoVii ' '. 



Ar^le — Bank of Ar^le. 



!. WADDIXGTOS t SON. Proprletora. P, A. WADDIXGTON. Casbiti. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 





jlB:i,<ir. 2.1 
a.'^no no 

1,500 00 
4;i4B 10 






't-zz 




aurplLiB fund 

UDdlvldMl proflt^ If 


Bii'l^ 

ubji^t 






Furniture aod flitureB , . . 


1.TJ7 M 


'renfy on liand 


<'ertlflc«t«i of deposit . . . 


178,010 ID 


NkkdB and n-nts 






















N.\MKS OK I 


AIlTXKnS. 






V. A. WaddinmoD. Argyle 


































16,000 «U 



,dr,GoogIe 



Ashland — Security Saving^ Bank. 

J. S. KLI.I». ['rotiriclar. 

Statement November 25, 1902. 

LlabllltlrB. 

'Ddlilded nroliiB .,..'...' 
IndlTldtiBl dPiHinlrB Hulijn-t 



■arlom banks 



m.am 


-2 


:..a-s2 


jS 


lO.TST 


47 


.l.OTa (Ml 


I1.-,a,4-t4 


^1 



Total *ir>:i.444 11 



Balsam Lake — £. Ferkiiu A Co. 



e. PERKINS a CO.. rroprletora. 



Stat 

ReBODiwn. 


ement. Nov 

IR7 U3 
2.57'2 83 

25 08 


tuber 25. 1902. 

Llabllltlea. 

r,»i„i .fork ... . 












IndlTKlfd proors. Lhh lorn 
and no. ai-ct 




(Hhfr rpdl rstalP 

nirniiurr and Hitom ... 


2,014 OH 


IUH'kB nn oHicr banks... 


rerttflcatc* or de|iOHlt 

Total 


3.1 n 0,, 


irni-y on baod 




x?diS.1.aQ"d*ri.niB ■;.■:.".:. 






(in.a4i> 18 


flfl.:!4ll IN 





NAUEB Oti" rARTNbRS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Pi-ivate Banks. 



Banptr — The Farmers' & Heroliaiiti' Bank. 



LAItSON & SAMLTBLS, Proprktors. 



D. D. SAMUELS. Cuibler. 



Statement, November Z5. 1902. 






Due from 



Nickels and c 



1.050 00 
1,047 13 



2. ion on 

1,310 00 
nz 13 



Total 194.086 S: 



klakllitle*. 

-apltal Btnck 

:nrtlv'i5wl"Sr'.fltB; "l^ 'loM 
IrSfvlrtHSFdeponlti mibject 


Iio.ooft nn 
S,303 10 


(.'enlflcBtes of d^poBlt .... 


64.4-a 31 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



Total 110,000 



Bamereld — Bamereld Bank. 



JEROME J. JONES. Proprietor. 

Statement, November 2 



Diip rrom banks 
bankerx 

Su^'lp"^'."".. "....■ .' 



$HK,3ia T4 



. 1902. 

LlBbllltlPK. 





ViniJlvldtHi eroliti. 
IndrvlriuBV'dppoHl 


Ipaa low 
H 'sulij^.t 


CertincBtPS ot dp 


pOBit ... 



,d,Google 



Barron — ^Normanna Savingi Bank. 

;. M. ROCKMAN & CO.. ProprlftorB. N, SI. IHX'KMAN. ( 



Statement, Novemlier 25. 1902. 



RPBailFPPD 





n- and DxtiircR ,,. 




an nther banks 
rn.m banks a 


id 


on han<l 







ID3.S0H 38 

;i30 a-2 
i.mu su 

M2tl «» 


1 


7,i-r> 00 


<■ 


7U1 aa 


( 


Ei.HU 01 




273 00 
3 32 




128.703 1)2 









PAItTNERa. 



. M. Rocktnan. Barron. 
. A. Uoe. Llielek 

Total 



Bayfield — lambermen's Bank. 

WM. KNICHT. rn.iirlPlor. 

statement, November 25, 1902. 



Kurnitur? nn<l tixt 



I'hfrlm on utlipr bankx. . . 
Iiiir rmm . banks onit 



2,r.oo 


00 


3,414 


11 


10,54.'> 


48 


2,f>72 
2.730 


00 
53 


f8a.!i7II 


11 



Llnbllltlra. 



I'ndlvldm iiruntH, IPHH tow 

■ID. aen 

ml drpoBltR Hiibjiv 



,d,Google 



Belleville— Belleville Bank. 



. OT.SON. rasblfr 



„™n 


Stat 


em ent, November 

1 

♦.-.R.430 01 Capita 
1.U.-.2 4M [-ndiv 
:l.M3« !H , nr<d 

.i-erUt 


25, 1902. 






ankEng hotiiu 




vxp. ai'i'l 

UHI <le>'CHitil ■IlllJPI't 

ralea of deLWKlt " i ! i 


urnlturu and llxcuroi 
»ue froDi banks 


aaii 


". 8. sud natloaal 


cm- 






















Total 









x.\Mi:a 01" rAitT.NKits. 

llowuni D. Tliomas. ll-anolinrdville 



Birnamwood — Bank of Birnamwood. 



1). W. VAX DOKBS, < 



Statement. November 1 



lA>onii and iliiiruiiDtB 





(ttlipr real estate . 
Kiimlture and fiitu 


and 




cur- 





0.10.1 Si 

:!,r.;t8 on 
i,»:tH -v. 



NAMES OF PAKTNERi 

, ItirDimn-iHid 



241 23 
19.40^ .'hi 



»5,000 00 
1 y^^.uOQ 



Ogl'^ 



Pnvate Banks. 



Blair— Home Baok of Blair. 

Proprietor. O. B. 

Statement. November 25. 1902. 



•iliS, Caahter. 





Mfi..-i72 K. 

aloiw 00 
J.IH wa 

8.121 60 

2JS1 M 


t'apltal Blork 
rndlvlded |.r 

IndiTlduBl'df 

(0 check . 

Ortlflcatw o 

HaTtngB dPiw 

Tot«l 
Eft. 


Llablll 


ICK. 






niK, kbb 


liHK 








yamlturp and aiturM . . . 


HMlIl subject 






^de|»Hit 




«B,.->54 40 










nnej ou hand 

Spwie 

\..-|ieli. BOtt centt. 






tU0.2«« JO 
OW.N 


»fW1.20f! 211 
».'..000 00 


II. V. lljerWd. U««or»h. !■ 







Blanchardville — BlancliardTille Bank. 

HOWARD D. TtlOUAS. ITaprlelor. 

Statement. Novem.ber 25, 1902. 



T.aaiu and dlac 
OcpnlnrtB . . . 
BaDklUR bouw 
Kuroilare Biitl < 
Efaindii. Hlorkii i 



Capital (rtiN-k 

rndlvkled iirufllH, inw Iuhh 

aud exp. Hci'l 

iDilivldual drpiiHltR Huliiert 



froni banks and 



ft, 221 34 
4.3.11 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Bloomer — Bank of Bloomer. 



statement, November 25, 1902. 





Bnnd«. HlDi^kH and "t^:<lrl. 


nu* from bBDkH 


■□d 


r. ». and nxilotial r.ir- 






Totnl 





4.813 00 



CapriBl Htuck 

rurilvidcd prnOtfl. [egs luan 

tnillridusl apiHwitH subjn-t 



NAMES OF rAUTNEHS. 



L. r. Stanley, 

FallB 

James UcKinnou, 



Cbipiiewa 

€lilppewa 
Chrppewa 



L. M. Newman. CUIppewa 

Falls 

It. 1>. Marshall. Cblppewa 



BIoommg:toii — Woodfaoase & Bartley, 



r. woolmorsn. Caahler 
Statement, November 25, 1902. 









I'hwkK iin ollipp Imn 
Hue frum liaakH 


au<i 


six'™,'""''''™"' 


"": 








NAMES OF PARTNEnS. 



f 10,000 00 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVH 



Private Banks. 



Boscobcl— Bank of A. J. Pipkin. 

N. Proprietor. 

SUtemeDt, November 25. 1902. 






InWiioDai' 



2.578 00 
' 78 46 



iradivldpd prufltir, leas Iw 
Individual depdHlta su'bj^r 
C'erHflciti'a of depuHli ' ! ! 



flO.OOO 00 
2,571 34 



Brandon — P. E. Foster & Son. 



Statement, November 1 



Losna and dtBcounta 


"'■' 


1453.214 50 
0.000 00 

24,0.52 OH 
791 78 

35,750 10 

'-1:I1S 81! 

as 06 


Llabltlllea. 

Capitsi BlocH 

"nd^'Wual dcpOBlts auLJeer 

Total 


(7.1,000 00 






12.713 07 

:tr.ii,iiiio 70 


IfiM rr..m banks 


a ad 


r. M. and natlunal 
r«Dr7 on liaad . . . 


.T: 


















|n34,«73 *3 











XAMEH OK PARTNERS. 



142.400 1)2 
(75.1100 1)0 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Private Banks, 



BrilUon — Citizens Bank. 



O. C. BEIINRE, C«Bhl*r. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



rx.nns anil dlsorfiintii 


,35.02« »| 














Furaltiire and flitur* 
Due from banlw 


*and 


1,541 00 


r. H._ and ni.llon.1 


nir- 


2000 00 




















Total 


»51.liT4 «3 



Llnbllltlm. 

CBDilal Mock tlO.OOO 00 

I'ndlTided iiroflts. ImH loHS 

and MP. «e<l 1.S79 01 

Individual deiioslls subject 



BIIIh i)ayal>]« . 



t deposit . 



NAUISS OF PARTNBBB. 



Total $10,000 00 



ButternDt — Ashland County Bank. 



statement. November 25. 1S02. 

RFHonrpea. Llabllltlea 

t and illBcuiinlB t^*^"?^ ^ Capital 



d'3 


"7,oS 


Qiturea 
and Be< 


upl- 










r 


from 


banks 


and 


™ 


RDil national 


'".': 

















iTldual dvpuslls Rubj 

rhPirfc 

TKlcares of deposit . 



t2,!W0 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Private Banks. 



Cadott— Banlc of Cadott. 

PnEI> 1-. MUNnOE. rroprietor. 

StRtempnt. November 25, 1902. 

Lliibllllt», 

I'mllvlilnt pruflrH. Wkh Inmi 

and Pip. a.vl 

IrdlvJilual di'puKilH HiibJ.'i't 



>.«n» and dls.-.. 


inl» 










Kumliure and Iljc 


torea 




'hecks »a other bankB. . . 
iiip frum baoks and 


n-'u'i-y oa hnnil 


>iial 


<-ur- 











in 04 

o.mii 72 



Cambria — Sauk of U. J. Rowland & Son. 



I». M. ROWI.AMI. 



. rnpltai Birn'k CIO, 0(10 no 

SurphiK fund I.IHIO 01> 

ril(llTLcl.-(l pri.niH. I«.)l lOHB 

and pxp. nii-t 1.081 tV2 



Inillvldiii 

(■fr'(ini-at«> of 'dipohiti! 



Mi-krls and cpntH Il<l 

Total llllT.lor 



NAMRa OF PARTNERS. 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



IiOonB and discuUDta .... 

KHDkInK Uuiiee 

l)u(> from banka nod 

C X. and national cur- 

■vni.-j' OD bund 

Kfitviv 



Cambridge— Bank of Cambridge. 

B. u. I 
Statement, November 2S, 1902. 

RfBonnrra. I.ialillltit-i 

. . . {4.1. (143 4S 



1,577 IK 
4,020 OH 



('a:>Ual aKK'k flO.OUO 

ruillvliled lirollt!!, leaa loss 



NAMES OF PARTNER ». 



S.OOO W) 
tlO.OOO Ml 



Cambridge — The International Bank. 



Loans and dUMn.nts 






Kurnlliire and (I'lture 
RuQdK, stiicka and h 


«ur-i: 




Chptka un odipr ban 


ka.,. 
and 


^\,.n„*'onh°a^d"""'.rr. 




Total 





Statement, November 2'>, 1902. 



'apltal 



$20,213 


IS 














1 lOO 












7,703 


an 




no 








61 


f44,82S ir> 



_ urplua fund 

Undivided prodts. Ipsa loss 

Individual 'deliOBltaBlib/wt 

Onllli'atcn of 'd^liiislt!!!! 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 

... »a.00n 00 1 Mrs. Ann C. May. 1 



Total $5,000 00 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVH 



Cameron — ^Bauk of Cameron. 



Iaidb Biid disco 
Itabklntc hout 



'uraltiire and Oxt 



rub lipmH . 



G. E. SOLI, CMbLcr. 

Statement, November 26, 1902. 

LIubllttlH. 



tK.ai* flit 
2^2 no 

2. ART 60 



banks and 



Eipense account . 



6.100 oe 
2,0.^0 an 

S7T 70 



Total (33.330 Bl 



rnpttal Bturk 

(Surplus rund 

t'adlvlded iirofltB. Ipbs Iiisb 

and MP. «prt 

Individual deiKiglts (iiib]«ct 

(0 ethftii 

rprtMratfx nf deiwalt . . . 



NAHEB OF PARTNERS. 



M. r. Rnward. Cainemn (I.SOO , 

S. O. Manslch. CaToeron.'. . . l.OOO 00 i 
II. C. Sn^Ptland. CameroD,. 1,000 0~ 



Cashton — Bank of Ceshton. 



FUKD. EAltLK & € 



L. H. EARIit:. Casbler. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 





.. ifli,r..-,i» 07 








I'ndlTldiKl praSts, Jpsh lofoi 
iDdl Tidita i ' dppoiiil B ' mi bjVft 
rprtmi-ates of dpposlt'! !! 

Tolal 




Famltur.. and fliHir«j 




240 01 


IBM. from binka a 


Id 


S2.770 r.4 


rency op band 


^■11^ !!:; 























John r. Ford estate. Tnniab . 

WabHia Kar1«. Tomah 

L. W. Girle, Tomab 

L. M. Eult, Caabtno 

Total 



fS.OOO 00 



Canville— CftUTille Bank. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Liabllltm. 



lAlBD,. atid dl8™.mtB .... 


M 

i:;,oii) 6!) 

2.r.i;n nn 

h 42 


nnd p 


d iirolitiii 'ifss luHH 
il'di-|joiiltii'Bi'ilJjVt.-i 


Jj.lMHl (K) 


Fiirntlurp and mtiin-s .*! 


a7« 47 


imp firm iMmkH and 


.-» .if deiHHiit .... 


lia.iini 2u 


r. H, BD<I natliinm cmv- 









NAMKS OF r.\itr.\i:iis. 



Cedsrburg — Farmen' & Heichanta' Bank. 

I'lI.M.VM K. KUKIXI). ITi.jirWi.r, 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



51)0 00 

5.0U0 OU 



«'-"■•■ 


'IMs 

'i'.rm 0(1 

l;i,f!4L 04 

■■■■ss 

MO 07 


i:.Ubiiiti» 


(20,000 0.1 

803 28 

10.14ft ON 

7n:».-V4 27. 




l-l.<llVlfl|-rt lirOHlB. l™ lOM 


Furaltur" a''nd Hxtat^' '. '. '. 


rprtmniw. of dt-posit ... 

Kavlnea d.>|)<»<II>i 




Total 




r. S. nml nslloaal nit- 




MckrlB and c?d1k 













D,„i,z,d, Google 



Cltetek — ^Fameti' and Herohanta' Bank. 



K. KOSIIOLT. 



SUtemeat, November 25, 1902. 

Llabllltln. 

t:!,0VO U 





f29,Z23 SU 

'' 2,«S 00 

880 70 
33 Ti 




Rue freto InnkH a 
I*. S, ■ud'oationai cii 


I'ndlTldpd proHta, leu loas 




Cerllfltatea of depuelt . . , 


.MckH* IDd CMltB 















NAMR OV OWNEB. 
K. Haiholt, TecnvBaee Rldi!^, TeDD 



Chilton — Ctennan Exchange Bank. 



l~. ^<. and 1 
rencr on b 

»P«cl» 

?«lrkp|i and 



IIK.NKV KEimTEN, CaBUlpr 

SUtement, November 25, 1902. 

Llablllim. 

<-apltal Block 1^,000 

Kuriilna tund j Ilij 

Individual depoalc* BubJiTl 

to cbeck 20. M" 4 

L'ertlBfBIea of deposit ... 7,U»j 2 

iS&b ito 

400 ST 
■Ad:, 20 



NAME OF FAllTNKRS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Clear Lake — Bank of Clear Lake. 



. M0XTG<IM?:RY, l'»«hl»r. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 





2.4S« 24 
109 09 


rapl(«l Btook 

I'nrllvLded protlts, Ipm loaa 
and titi. arct 


tS.IBo 04) 






nihi" TMl i"liite 






Cert 111 rBti>B nf deposit 

nillF pajaWe 

Total 




Chtebe i)D olbpr bnuks . . . 
Dm- from banka nail 


27,475 00 


V. S. nml Dan-Ba^ cur- 




NkkelR and centH 




Total 


»fiT.2.10 21 


(67.2S0 21 



NAMEB OF PARTNERS. 



. Montgonier]>. Clear Lake . 



Clintoaville — Oerman Bank. 



K. v.: IKiHKIlTS, I'roprlMor. S. II. ROXDEAr. Oanh 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



B 


fl™ 
PTk 

ha 
S 

>erl 


. NfnrkB 


and aiH- 


ri- 


I» 


"fmra" 


T hanka 
iMDka 


nd 


I' 


and nallonal r 
cy on hand 


'.': 




H and !■ 
TolBl 














Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



Colfax— Bank of Colfax. 



'. VOKI.AMl. ( 



SUtPDient, November 25, 1902. 

Llabllltlr:' 



iiinn and dlsmiiDra . . 

Hsnklng hounp 

I''uniltur« and Ditures . 



000 00 
577 H3 
2«S 40 



Total $38,447 fl 



'ndlvIdMd iiruUts, Ifsh Iu>h 
and «ip. at'cT I ,M4:> 4 



NAMES OF rAIITNKKS. 



A. 8. tlanlett. MlnocBpalla. UIdq. . 

v.. II. Itartlelt, StaDlry 

«. T. Vorland. CoKbi 



Coloma — People's Bank. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 







13.300 00 


Mut from bankH 


and 


r. K. and D.ilonal 


cur- 


I.tSt 00 

222 25 


\fm and Mp*niw acci 




ISO Tl 


Total 


•U.S*.'; 48 


1. Rtarka. rialaflcld 
111.. Kollft,. coloma 


NAME OF 



Capital stock 

fndlTlded nroflta 

iDdtvldoal depOBlta aiibj^ri 

to chpek 

Certincates of depOBlt .... 



D,;;,„J:,-^iOO<^le 



Colnmbiu — ^Farmen' & Merchants' nnion Bank. 

J. i:. WIIKELKK *■ SON. Proprlelore. J, K, WIIKKI.KR. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 





"■ 


20,000 00 

eo4 11 

.'-.1,214 2(1 

3-.i ei' 
i,-20i n:( 


Ll.bl1ltl» 








rndl Tided proflta, lea* loaa 
IndtTlduardp^aitB BUbjec 


















iri- 


193;i30 57 


iinndH, Moclts and b« 


Oi'iinpateB or depoBll . . , 
Total 








Uue from banks 


and 




"rency on bstid 


""!''. 






















Total 


|8ia.0H7 45 


»3iz.n87 ir 



NAMES OF rARTNERB. 



Cnba City — The Fannen' Bask. 

JOS. LOXGBOTHAM. ( 

statement, November 25, 1902. 



bankers . 



'"'2'Z 


.10 


'S82 


50 


l.r,81) 


87 


"ess 


2S 


J122.1fi.-. 01. 



Capital Btork 

Undivided pronts. less li 

Idaal depoaits subji 



>rt1flcaleB of deposit . 



Total (122,185 



NAMES OP PARTNERS. 



JohD r.onjbothnm. Ttlckeyvllle . 
John Warrick. I,oiil9burgh . , . . 
<ieo. r«eirelholi. Klelct 



(1,916 67 

1.916 61 

1.01a «l 

J5.750 00 



private Banks. 



Cumberland — ^Bank of Cumberland. 



SUtem«nt, November 25, 1902. 



LoinB iDd dlRroDB 



Xkk«Is and nots 
Total 



tOJ.lSZ 

1,018 


12 
00 


10, ess 


64 


2.920 


00 
86 


107, ois eT| 



Liabllltlm. 



urpliis fund 

Ddlvlded proflta, less lom 

QdJTldual deposits aubject 

CertlflcaC«a of d^poal't .... 



NAMES OP rAItTNEBB. 



Cumberland — ^Island City Bank. 

LBWI8 LARSON. 

statement, November 25, 1902. 



Iflwa iDd dlaCDQiita (20,026 Sf> 

FnnillDre aad aitaree . . . 8:<4 94 

CmOi Itrmi 427 00 

liBf Crom banks sad 

tauten 11.787 70 

['. S. and Datlooal cur- 

mcj OD hand 3.020 00 

Hpffle nn4 na 

\l<:keJi aDd centa 



raplCal Htark $2,500 OO 

I ndlvlded proflta, lesa loss 

and ein. acct. . ., 31 1« 

Indlrldual depoalla subject 

to check 17.844 28 

Ceitlflralei of deposit . . . 26,660 17 



5 00 

Total 146. 83S 50 



Total 146. h; 



NAUES OV PARTNERS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Pi-ivaie Banks. 



Dallas — ^Bank of Dallas. 

KltLAM> KLGll. CaslikT. 

Statement. November 25, 1S02. 



Liinnii mill illiivuimtB 


•■■■■■■ 


r,07 24 
IT 00 

'tie9 10 


Cai-llnl Blor 
Imllvlded p 

°io' ch«k 

Total 
PARTNEItS. 


Llabllltlvn 

.llli; le^' lo™ 

poBitaBiibjVc 
tdeposlV!:! 


(a,.HW 'M< 


Hanking buuw 

Kurnlture and flitiire 

<:bb1i Items 

Due rrom baoks 

„."rSd- ■..,■,;.;; 

KIckelB and cents . . 


'aiid 


l:S^^ 




1 15. SOT S3 














NAME OP 




























Dallas 




















Total 





Deerfield— Bank of Seerfield. 



. B. fAKUO, CBBbI 



ItanklDK I 

BnndH. sto 



Statement. November 25, 1903. 

Llablllllen. 

Capital slock 

' llncllrlded prodtB. less Iohb 

Individual deposits subject 



banks and 



nberl l''ai'EO. Lake Mills., 
O. Urlclson. Deerflcid ... 
. Nelson, Dcerfleld 



NAMES OF 

1.000 on ] 



•ARTNEKS. 

II. 11. Fareo. I>e<Tn 



:yC00<^le 



Private Banks. 



Belavan — ^E. Latimer & Co., Banken. 



.. II. KG.NI>R1CK. raabl«r. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Rmoarceo. 


»1.12, 26 71 

n.500 00 

1. 75 00 

57 n 

37,879 61 

liS ss 

185 54 


I.labllltl«. 


tfi.300 00 




ra<l1v1d«il prufltH. I«w Juiu 
BRd fill, acct 

to check 

CerllBcaleii of depoalt . , . 

Total 






Kuruiiun nn<l niliii-eB ... 


sttiiW .'.11 


I'bnka on oilier banhs. . . 
Inif from banks and 


,^,'' ^ •"""■ '"-;■" 




N-lrl^li. BOd fenlB 






1209.100 77 


jaoo.ioo 77 






NAMRa OF 















Do^ville — City Bank. 



. Wir.LIAMS, Proprietor. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



latia and dlscoontH 


(41.379 15 






Otber ml «late 

Karnlture and Siturea 

lt»Dd«. atoc-k* and aecari- 


2,200 00 
1,300 00 






liii* fnun banks and 




r, s. and Dattonal cnr- 

SpJX"""""^ 


885 no 








173,928 40 



.ItsI Block 

Ivldaal depoal'ta'aubjec 



Pd.yGoogIe 



private Banh:. 



Do^viUe— StroBg*! Bank. 



Staterment. November 26, 190S. 



Ijoaos knd dlscouQta . . . . 

OTerdrafw 

Farolture and flxtur«B , 
Bonds, alocks and secu 

rash ItVma . 



1128.111 64 

12,857 Ml 
1.100 00 



banks and 



renci on hand . ■ 

Specie 

Mckela and c«nts . 



stock tlia.OOO 00 



(.'□divided profltB. 
Individual depOHlta 



Downii^ — ^Bank of Downing. 



t'XDERWOOD, Asst. Casbier. 



Statement, NoTember 2G, 1902. 



RSrtrlS "•"""'.•..■..; 


tri.461 41 
474 54 

1)483 41 

■75s 211 


Capital Btock 

"and MP-^SSct"'..?!."" 
Individual depoaltB aubject 

Certlfli'atea of 'depos'lt' ! ! ! 


»B,O0O0O 










rhecka on atber bankB. . . 
Due from bao^a and 


t-Mt^ 


V. 8. BDd national cur- 




\^k«lB and cen'ta 




Total 


tZI-108 04 


»21.30e 04 


M. n. foolWge. MInneapol 




[•ABTVERS. 








D, <•. Coolldge. IWnlng . 


^:::::::::;;;:;;;;-:;:;:.-:;:;::;i 





,d,Google 



Private Banks. 



Eagle— Sank of Eagle. 



PRANK A. ABBNItROTH. Prmfii™ 



Statement November 25. 1902. 

Ll>blll(l*a. 



e and fliturps . 



Bondii. stockB aod eecurl- 

llM 

C«iih llpmB 

Ii'ie from banks and 



Tom I »35. . . . 









2,500 00 
TBO 7U 


HunHus ruDd 

I'Ddlvlded protlrn. leu loaa 

and eip. acct 

Individual d«[K«itB lobj^ct 


213 T6 


US 0« 

i.sor, 00 

1,MU p 


Total 




K5.... Tl 


MS. 777 71 



NAMUS OF 1*ABTNBR8. 

Frank A. Abendroth, Hagle f 3.000 00 , Walter A. Welt. I 

H»ni7 M. Ix.lbl. tkagl? 1,000 UO <•. I). WJlllniiiM. I 

EA J. Llns. Bagle ROO OU 

h'nnk Kloiipenbiirft. Eagle. 000 OC Total. ... 

Geo. CammlDKB, Eagle 600 00| 



300 00 
tiJ.OOO 00 



Eagle River — Bank of Eagle Biver. 



IF.S7AV. I'roprlator. 



nrmam 

Loan* and d.«<^unta 


SU 


ement, Nov 

i;3S7 i.l 

1.470 Sit 

124 0.1 

a.tiyi 84 


mber 25, 1902. 




fn^Ulded prorit« 1™ loBB 














Individual driMslIs aubjerl 

(-erIinrateH of depdilt ".'.'. 
mils pMable 




KnroKure and fliture 
Uqp rroiD banka 


•and 


'iiiSK 
















184.240 40 













,d,Google 



Eleva— Larson & Melby, Bankers. 

E. BBATnr:RU, CaBfalei 

Statement, November 25, 1902, 

Kraoarcpii. LIkIiIIUIvii. 



and disraiints $20. 8< 



2. sax 48 

47:t OS 

2.758 «5 I 



eiii. Bci 



dppoaits subject 



R ami i-cntK 



Totnl «:i!l,nM7 r>« 

' OF PAIITNERS. 



Elroy — Citizens' Bank. 



statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlabllltlH. 





"I'M'i 

\rI} 0(1 

m.t'W 11 
l.nsH no 

2,700 oil 






Undivided profltH. lua loss 
Individual 'depoaltB VubjErt 


t (loiLHP and flitiires 


riiDi banks and 


t'enlfl.-atea u( deposit 


and natlonai ciir- 
«<i liand 





NAMF.8 OF PARTNERS. 



r. S. Iluutlejf, Elroy 

■Inhn lirlmRhaw. Elrof .. 

<'. H. Smllli. Elroy 

.liiUn l\ Wllrorli. Elroy . 



(lO.SOO 00 
7.000 00 
S.GOO 00 
1.000 00 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



Private Banl:s. 



Eranaville — Grange Bank. 

J. p. POKTEB, Caahler 

Statement. November 25. 1902. 

Ll>bllltl». 



tm.: 



alher bankH . 



L'iidlTld«d proflta. Ipbb Iobb 

and pxp. Mft 

Individual deiKwIta aubject 



NAMES OV PARTNERS. 

'. Hlftiarfwd Eysiwvllle 

■ I'otipr ETtnavllle 

'. MolniM BvansvLLlo 



Fennimore — ^Fennimore Bank. 



'■IIAIIUS A. WILI.ISDN, Proprietor. 



RraoBrcvs. 

lf»M and dEscoDQls .... 

' Hff ml note 

taraliun' Md axTtiro ... 
Bondi itocfai iDd aecurl- 






l^n- from 


tbn banks . . 
banks and 


l.^N. ,nd 


"ad""! . T: 


T,,i«! 


"•"' 



statement. November 25, 1902. 

LlalilllttH 



»;247 
600 


ns 


*.nm 

71 


75 


5.210 


82 


libss 


1 


*:!5,r.K0 


«, 



deposits subject 
i of deposit . . . 



Total »:i.-i,r.B« Bll 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Genoa Jnnotion — Bank of Gesoa Junotion. 

A. BTONE, Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

I.l>klll(lri 

Loini and dlscouals .... 

OrerdrattB 

Biiiliing boute 

Furniture sad Bxtures . . . 
Due from bBiiki and 

banktra 

U. S. and Datlonat cur- 



N^eli 



2,U^0 00 


2.048 


33 


2.844 
27 


0? 
2b' 


»26.048 


62 



deposits aubjert 
deposit .... 



Gillett^Tbe Bonk of Oillett. 



HERMAN BAKR. Cubler. 



Statement November 25, 1902. 





'"ill 

01« 00 

2,814 21 

875 00 

5T0 an 

6 71 


Ll.bllltl.-.. 






I'ndlvlded proflta. less Ion 

lorheck .T- 

ll"lB M-dTarountJd*' .*. '.'.'.'. 




Ks';;^^^ •""'*",:: 




Due from bankH and 




II, 8. and national cur- 
rencj on hand 


2.437 i:. 
1.200 00 


Nlekela and cents 






121,3(12 i:t 
N-AMK8 OF 






PARTNERS. 




















Total 


■10,000 00 



,d,GoogIe 



private Banks. 



Oleoaon — Tarmen' Bank. 



.. H, BABCOCK, Cashier. 



Lmi» iDd diBcouDta ■ 
Furniture and Sxtures 
Dm (rom banks 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 

Umhintm. 
Individual deponltB aubject 



^^1, 



8T2 2S 
1.065 00 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



Glenwood — ^Fint Bank of Olenwood. 



p. p. AIN'SWORTn, Proprietor. 



SUt«nent, November 2S, 1902. 



R«««ar»B. 


(33.862 90 

G.S4Q 78 

l.OtKl 00 
2,204 25 








UadlTldea proflt*. lem low 

Individ lul ' depoilta * iiiuVcc 
to cbeck 

CerllficBtefl of deposit 

C»ihler-B checks outetand- 
Ing 

Other liablMtln 

Total 








otha ml atite 

nmltore tod flimre* . . . 


aT.370 38 


IW» from b^nka and 




C. 8. iDd natlonAJ cut- 


138 4S 


«S,i, ui ciiii ■;.■ 




Tolii 


»4T,«I2 40 


I4T.B0Z 40 



,d,Google 



Qlidden — Qlidden Exchange Bank. 

Statement. November 26, 1902. 

l,lnbllltlc-«. 



nd aiscounta 


'"■S \l 


re. and fliturpa . . . 
on other bankn... 


500 00 
1.314 80 


■nd aatlonal cur- 


3.2Ba IHl 


and ceau 


32 40 




»22,53S 8:l 





Undivided profits, ksa Iobb 

and eip, occt 

Individual deposits subject 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



Qrand Eapids — Bank of Qrand Kapids. 



V. H, JACKSON, Cashier. 



Statement, November 2S, 1902. 



R«.«t.rce*. 


$334,424 44 

3.815 !)8 

i;088 69 
06.352 64 

' 58 4r> 

804 00 


I.l.bllltl«. 


(25,000 00 




rntTlvlded profits, less l<«a 
IndlVidul?' de^iilti "subjert 


BondN.'^riVkl and'sMiirl- 


8.490 84 




223.056 Tl 

157.770 7N 


I)ue Irom banke and 


rertmcstes of deposit .... 

Total 


I'. S. and natloDBl ciir- 
reney on hand 




Nlrkpls and cents 












TotBJ 


(420,023 Bl 


1420,023 51 



NAMES OE- PARTNERS. 

J. n. witter estate. Grand Rapids (13.000 00 

Kmlly L. Witter, GraDd Rapids 2.000 00 

Innae Witter, Grand Rapid* 10.000 00 



Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUUV 



Private Banks. 



HamnLond — Bank of Hammond. 



.■N & ro., 1V.1II 



!■•. II. Illtov 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Ltabllltlco. 

"-'■ -" Sruplna fu _ 

radlvldpd proKta. li 




NAMKS Ob' PAHTNBRB. 



a E. firlnnfll, IlBmrnond, . 
Alba tTebEttr, Hammond .. 
r, C. Aodenoa. IlannnnDd. . 
F. a Bro»n, Hammond . . , 



Hancock— L. S. Walker Bank. 

CllAS. A. ' 

SUtement. November 25, 1902, 






ibintln 


Imi 




"•» 


II and BKurl- 




unT 
.nrt 


'bknkH Aod 




national cnr- 




and 


""*' 



*:tn,i:;« 


«7 


2,250 


00 


7,000 
14.1 


00 
*0 


ll.BflB 


15 


ir.a 


70 


*«7,83S 


=" 



'n»hlpr'ii phrt-kB o 



okDr mibjpc: 



l.i:iU IN 
»T,372 Ki 



Tolfll »ll7,N;tri 



NAME OF OW.NKU. 
^ S. «>lli«, l-IalnneJd *'"■"" 



:yCOOgle 



Hartford— Beniton Uver £ Coerper. 



JOHN C. DKNISON, Casbler. 



Statemeat, November 25, 1902. 



RcKonree*. 


»28,7TS 71 

■i'.242 82 
1.71B 25 

2.114 43 


Surplna tuai 


Lfbllltle.. 










C«Bh ItemB 


poaitB subject 




Diie trom banks and 


Bllts parable 

Total 
PARTNERS. 


deposit 


10.180 H 


U. 9, aod natkiaat cur- 










147, ISO 21 












NAMES OF 


fl.OOO 00 










JobL C. Coerptt. Hartrord 


















Total 


»».000 00 



Hartford — Hartford Exohai^ Bank. 



B. A. McTOLI^W, Cashlfr. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Rcsowpcea. 



LlKbllltlca. 







1,660 00 
1.B60 00 

'•;s! ss 

8,515 31 
5.120 OO 

00 


Capital stock 

rndlvlded prufits, less loss 


120,000 00 










3,402 10 
110;&n8 94 


Kuralture and flitorea 


and 
ciir- 


IndlvLdual deiwslts subject 




Certificates of deposit . . . 


Due rrom banka 

backers 

!■. S. and natlanal 












ReTenii>> stamps 








(168. 54B 95 











NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



. . . f 20.000 00 



Private Battles. 



Eartland— Bank of HartUitd. 



statement, November 25, 1902. 



Louis and dlscouDta , 

Oierdnfts 

Other real eatate 



Dcka and aecnrt- 



Ohrrka oa other bauVi 
Dor from baokB 



Total 151. 3»2 BS 



Liabilities. 



Individual depoalta aebject 
CertlflcaleB of' deimalt' '.'.'.'. 



tS.OOO 00 

B7 2T 

10.604 24 

31.340 76 

3IM TO 



Hayward— Bank of Hayward. 



. OBMrSDSEN. Proprietor. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I.aiiu aod dlicooDta . 



Banking lionae . 



apMie 

Nickels and c 



Total 187. « 



LUb lilt lea. 



OspKal stock . 



drpoBlta aubjrct 



,d,Google 



Hillsboro — Bank of Eillgboro. 



WtLI.IAM !.1NI>, rropiif 



SUtement. November 25, 1902. 

l.lHltllltlfll. 

















a.500 00 






























































t:i3.040 41! 









Hurley — Iron Ezohaiige Bank. 



t! and flxCutva 



W. S. REYNOLDS, Cashier 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Llabllltlm. 

. fl4fl..t44 O.t Siirnliifl fund In V. S. 

■• ^ "1 *11..k 

ilwl pmtllB. Ivaa loss 

pxp. ncri in.o: 

lncllv...tia] d^jHjaltH subject 



Pfurl- 



750 00 

s-i.sai 00 

100.650 27 



TnlHl r29^.X 



Total |21>.-..l 



NAMES OP TAHTNIOnS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



lolo — ^Bank of lola. 



a » :tiviiitn:. iTopricn 



statement, Novembor 25, 1902. 



»'■"'*""•*■"■ 


436 45 

2,675 10 

i;oa4 10 


L1.I.IIHI«. 




rndlvMMl"pronta: 'lew 'h'.m 


KarnUur* and flitiim . . . 


ni«k» on other banhs . . . 


Individual rtepoRlts aubjpet 




CenlflcalM of depoalt . . . 


r. .s. and national cur 
renfj an hand 








|fl2.207 3« 









Eilbonm City — Stroad'g Bank. 



V. 8. STROUD. Proprietor 



r r^al vntate 

. stncks and aM 

rrom ' banka' 

liera 

and national 



StatertDent, November 25, 1902. 



Mabllltim. 

■ap1t«[ «tock 

iiirpliiM ruDd 

I'ndlvLdnl pronia. leKs Iuhh 

Individual 'depnHltH BUbJprt 

Cerlincatea of deposit . . . 



I,ati5 90 

57,165 70 
3 10 

46.333 11 

3.341 00 
6,413 4o 



Total $250. TSe 4 



Pd.yGoogIe 



La Farge — Bank of La Farge. 



Gl-lOUfiE E. TATE, Proprietor. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



i-s",:s'. ",'■":""". 


"*■' 


1.000 00 
a,BU4 ^9 

'757 50 


Capital BCwk 

■nd eip. acct. ' 

IndlTldiiHl depoirita subject 


J3.T00 «0 




















Hue from banks 


and 


CertlflesifM of deposit 

Totui 


30,74a 111 


U. S. BDd DHtlonal 


cur- 
















Revenue stampB 






Total 


»«4,11M 4« 


»IH.HM 4S 



Lake Kebagamon — Bank of Lake Nebagamon. 

C, H. DBBRIE, ( 

statement, November 25, 1902. 



I^>anH and dlecouota 


"•3SS 1? 

1.000 00 

7,000 00 
265 34 

283 EC 

084 OO 
1,S3S 7S 


LlabllUlCB. 

Capital Btook 

I Tn divided proOta. leas loas 
and eip. acct 

to check 

C«rtiflcatea of depoalt 

Totm 


tlO,000 00 


Ranklnfc houae 

FurDltiire and Qitiiren . ■ , 
BoDdti, etocHa and aecnrl- 


80a 21 

6,38'J 4a 






Uae rrom banka and 








Total 


(132.173 70 


122. i; 


NAMBS OF I 


ABTNKB8. 


ta,ooo 00 








SIO.OOO 00 


Tot»l 





,dr,GoogIe 



private Banks. 



La Vallfr— Bank of La Talle. 



HARR¥ TIIOUNTON, Cashier. 



Statement. November 26. 1902. 



Loiiu ind dltN>ODDts S2S.433 2T 

(iwTdrafti "" " 



109 8S 
2.500 00 

281 es 



Farnitare and Hitum . . . 
Pup from bancs and 

I'. !<. and natloaai cur- 

nncj on hand 

Sp«l» 

Mrkelii aad ccdIb 

Lou and pipeose account- 
Total 135.002 80 



Capital stock SIO.OOO 00 

InillTldual dppoalts subject 

to check 16.403 33 

CertiHcatPB of deposit 9.40U BU 



NAUeS OF PARTNERS. 



li. E. Paddock. La Valle 

IIbrt Thoroton. La Valle.. 
Charlpt PearaoD. IroDton. ■ . . 
lieo, T. Morae. Beedsbnrg. . . 



S.OOO 00 II. 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 I 



e W. Hfslop. La Valle. . TiOO 00 

. dale. Rcedsbarg 200 00 

. Carver, Reedsburg 300 00 

Total $10,000 00 



XdTingatoii — ^Livuigatoii Bank. 



A. B. RUNUKLL, iraaliler. 



Loiiu and discouDts 112.780 79 

Orerdrafta 1,017 50 

Fnrnlture and llitnree ... 106 01 



banka and 



Stat^Deat. November 25, 1902. 

ecu. LUkllltlra. 

Capital stock 

lodlTldual deposits subject 

CertlflcatM of deposit .... 



r. S. and nalloDal ■ 
rmcy on baud 



6,35S 85 

5.707 00 



Total (27.334 30 



Total (6.000 00 



Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUi 



ogle 



Private Banhs. 



1 llemi 






Lone Bock — The Farmen Bank. 

11. k. BRACE, Oalilcr. 

Statement. November 26, 1902. 

HvHviirvea. r Llabllltle*. 

woiints t3l.H:t6 21 CRplcm stock f:i.(HH) ni 

41)1 41 ■ SiiriHUB lund a.OOO W 

a fl^tiircs ... Ml n L'ndivIdMl proAtB. lt«B loss 

l.:iUU 85 (md eip. BCCt 153 15 

Indlvldu»] deuosltB iiutij«ct 

to chpck 2i,2S2 W 

t'erUllcHlea of df|)oslt IB.WH W 



10,4^3 8» 

3.109 00 

■iB nnd CTu'ls '.'!!!!;! 30 19 

Total Mf.210 05 



r. U. KlHCk. Lone Rork . . 
i. A. Brace, Lodb Rock.. 



Loyal — Bank of Loyal. 

LAWUHNI.'L: UIIOS,. I'ropclelorB. A. K. LAWRENCE, C'agblpr. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlablllllVB. 

rudlvld^d proflla. Ipsa Ioih 
lnaiYldii«rdpi)08ilB' aubjVct 

4,14a 1) 

1.r>0U II 

20 61 

Tolal M8.T13 



N AMI'S Oil' I'A Iff NEKS. 



Total »10,000 00 



Dirizpd.yCOOl^le 



Private Banks. 



Luck — ^The Bank of Lawton. 

JAMEg E. aCHOW, Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



r*«n« ind diBCOUDlB 

(iT^rdnfH 

I'lirnitjire and flitures'.'.*.' 


$16,165 30 

4.040 48 

175 00 

8,269 01 

3.237 OO 
667 00 


LI ab lilt lea. 

Undlvtdpd proflVsi lera 'loss 
IndUlduB?" de^ltli' iubjVct 


M.OOO 00 


'Tifclo on otter banks-.. 
I'uf tron. biDka aad 


{'ertmriiles of depoBlt 

Total 


18.4iK» 3:. 


V- ». aa nalioDsl cur- 
rmcT en bind 

?::£li.«d-.«i-::;::;:- 




■^"1 


132,406 T4 


132,406 7* 



Haiden Bock — Bank of Haiden Bock. 

F. ff. CARPEXTBR, Proprietor. 



Stat 

Rcaonrcra. 

.j»...j„.„,, ..... 


meat. Nove 

150,173 24 

'« i 

SCO ou 

1,8-23 UO 

16,850 34 

2.366 00 
821 IB 


mber 25, 1902. 

SurphiB fund 

iDiflTldi'cl proflta, lesa loss 

IndrvMfiaV'dnpnBlta'suVjp^t 

OrflHintVa of dVim^t ' .' .' .' 


13,000 OO 




aa^GOM M 


[""11 HMD) 

I""' fmra bsDkB and 

, tanlwr, 

t H. aid utloaal cur- 

»S'.?".'"» ;■.■.■.■;;; 










Tolal 


(75,337 OK 


*7n..i37 nn 



,d,Google 



Kanawi^-Baiik of Xanawa. 



E. W, ROBERTS Proprietor. 



C. W. FABLIN, Cubl«r. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



RcBouroes. 

Losni and dIscountB 


(B8.877 83 
5,000 00 

'■'It 88 

2D1 00 
7.880 57 

i;273 85 
25 04 


iLlabllltlcB. 

Capital stock 

Surplua fund 

raalrlded proHtB, 1«b Iohh 


(10,000 on 












IndlTldiial depoklta BubjMC 








Cbeclta UD otber bants... 

l>u« from banks and 
bankera 

U. a. end nallanal cur- 
rency on hand 


Certlflcatea o( deiwslt 


42.303 W 


I^Seia and centa 




Total 


(70.633 54 


(70.633 51 



Karioa — ^Baak of Harion. 



Y SCIIOENKE & CO., Pcoprletora. 



Statement, November 26. 1S02. 







,5:;SJ IS 

1.368 31 
100 00 

1,118 25 
1.513 .16 


Capital Btock 

Undivided proflts, less toss 
and eip. acct 


(8,000 00 




















-lir'i: 




BondB. BtockB SLd ae< 


CertlflcateB o( depoalt 

Due to banks and bankers 


'iS s 




and 


a,5oooo 


ChwkB on other bank 
I>ue tn/o banks 




T'. R. and national 


cur- 






























(BB.43K 11.1 


|85,43S W 







NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



Total (8.000 00 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Hellen — Commercial Bank. 



. PEraRBOK, CMhter. 



StatemeDt, Noveiober 25, 1902. 



Fnrnltun aai flztnres . . . 


*S,922 96 
5S5 2B 
380 50 

5,482 IS 

1,749 00 

' 31 08 


Capital Btock 
iDdlTlduBl dep 


'■"""*'• 




OBitB BUUject 




imt trom bBDks and 


CertlfloBtefl of 
Total 


dep™lt ... 


2,951 28 


U, 8. uid national cur- 










$18,221 02 












NAMES OF 


PARTNERS. 










































$4.G00 00 



Henomonie — A. Tainter & Son, Bankers. 



p. T. WATSON. I 

Statmnent. November 25, 1902. 



HeMsrcM. 


$179,831 G8 

8 27 

5,000 00 

1.165 00 

■ 62 6S 
37 69 

69,308 35 

5.81.H 00 

■•"JJ •■." 


l.l.bllUI«.. 


(40.000 00 




rndlvfded proflts, leas loss 

Individual deposits anbjeot 
, to rh«k 






Boi.d«.''7t«ka ala'^i]'- 


06.12S 7-i 






mO.NOS 81 


rhMks on otbpr banks... 
liu» from banks and 


Total 


l:. R, and national cur- 
rrncj- on hand 

2-5^^iidi^ia ■.■.■.■.■.;. 




Total 


$301,461 46 


$301,461 46 


NAME OP 


OWNER. 


$40,000 00 



:,-^iOO<^le 



Prii'ate Banhs. 



Henomonie — Schutte & ftniUinp, Bankers. 

WM. SCHUITE, JR., Casbler. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 











IlanHlaK liouap 


and 


ea 


ee- 


Kurnlture and 
Bonda. BtockB 




« 


^rV 




Itiic fmm 


hnnk 




and 


''■r^ni--"n h" 


atlon 


1 


cur- 











(122,270 TT 
1.O02 7» 

•i5.S6-J 11 
a,2,-i7 67 

4,400 OO 
150 20 

4n.»Hl 47 

a,s4r> Oil 
n.suT 8" 



l.liibllltln. 

aurplua rand «10,000 00 

Individual depoalM subject 

to chwk 30,930 10 

Cert illca tea of depoalt 

(timo) 128.117 "1 

DepoaJtB (dpmand) 21,088 7<> 

line to Kcliiitte & (jultllng IHMTi 10 



W. acliimc, Sr. 
\V, Sc-liiitti-. Jv. . 
A, CjHllllllt! 



MerriU — Linccin County Bank. 

A. 11. STANI!!-:. ITnprlptor. (.niAfi. J. KINXICI. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 

I.ubur and dlarunnta (31.1. D5IS 23 I'ndlTldcd profllB. less lois 

liviTdrariB I"" — ' — - — 

Ilonklnir Iiouhp nod flxtniex 2.%. OIK 

Chit'ku on (ilti^r liankB. . . H2N 70 
[inf frnui bankH and 

ImnkiTH 1X.'>.140 Ti 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Private Banks. 



Herrillan — The American Exchange Bank. 



L TROW, I'roprli 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I>utf fmro 


Rf-aoB 

'banks 


* and 


005 40 


l.UbllUl«. 

and Pip. Bci-t. ' 

Indlrlitual dpposltH aubl«cc 


»S40 52 








CertinrateB of dppoaH ... 
Tolal 


H.STS 14 


Total 


H6.4B5 15 






I1U.48S jr. 



Minenl Point — Iowa County Bank. 

J. W. IIUTCIIINH 

statement. November 26, 1902. 



RCBoarrca. 


i'.eno bo 

''"oS !l5 

i.S?J ?■? 

5r..4ir. SI 
s.eai ox 

ll.M_18 4r. 


LlabllttlM 






SurpluR fund 

l-nctlYLdcd rroflta. Inu loM 












nimlliire and llitiires . . . 


indltldua'l deposlla subject 


177 t2T (Ul 




Certmealea of deposit .. 
Total 




niH-kx on other lunka... 
ln.» fmm l>ai>k8 and 




r. s. and nallonal tur- 




AhHirnn Iowa roan ty 






1411,071 04 









NAUR.4 OF- partnf:rs. 

iPtBl Point 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Private Banks. 



HinooqDB — Bank of Xinooqwi. 



JOHN SCHILLING, Cubler. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



Rcaonreea. 

Loans and dlscounta 

Due from banks a ad 


»4,583 20 
'«5 00 


Ll>bllltl«. 

C'apltal Btoct 

IJiidlTided proBtB. lew loss 






CertlUcBtes 0/ deposit . . . 


N^kplH and cents 




Total 


W0,«47 83 


Total 



NAMES OP FARTNBRB. 



leorge SctillllDg, Hlnocqna . 



John Bcbllllng, idEnocqua 



Uontello — Bank of Hontello. 

A. J. & U. H. BARRY, Proprietors. 

Statement, November 25, 1903. 



ReaooFcc*. 

lMaa» and discounts 


t ,560 46 

:SSS 

,600 00 

1.790 07 

2,027 00 
3r.T 00 
31 80 


LlBbilUlCK. 

Oanltal stock 

mdlTiaiinl dfpoBlts subject 


(5.000 OO 












ferttaeaces ot deposit .. . 


3,835 10 


I>up from banks 


and 


I-. S. SDd national 


cur- 






















S13.U31 UO 
NAMES OF 


fis.e-ti OA 


A, J. Barry. Monte 
M. II. Barry, Moat 


TABTNERS. 


llo 












Total 


15,000 00 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



Koatfort— Kontfort State Bank. 



EVENS, Proprietor. 



Statement, November 25, 



l^ouu and dlsconnta (93.744 32 



V. S. and national < 



5^X 



4.632 M 

3,562 00 
671 10 
S6 S» 



Total (68.432 48 



lilabllltleB. 

Undivided prollls. less lOM 
iDdlTldual depoiits mbject 



Total ieS.432 4 



Mount Horeb — ^Honnt Horeb Bank. 



. LINGABD, CaBbler. 



Statement November 25, 1902. 



lotna and dlBCOunts 1104.064 06 

OwrdraftB 8.860 78 

Banking bouse 3.792 87 



404 11 
30.S14 34 



Total 1257,710 10 



LlBbllMle*. 



Individual depoBlta Bubje 
renlflfHiea of 'depoVlt' ! 



f3S,nOO 00 
4,184 67 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



B. Dahle. Mo ant Horab . 



DirizPd.yCOOgle 



Miucoda — Mclntyre, Elston & Co., Banken. 



statement. November 26, 1902. 



Rmoarcr*. 



V. a. 
»ptci 



McktiB and c< 
Tumi , . 



Llabllltlea. 

Tapltal Htork f 3.000 00 

SurpliiH fund 22,000 W 

rnJllLdecl pronta, Ubh ItWB 

and eip. a«fl 721 SB 

Individual dt^poBlts subject 

llue tu parloers {deposit 
accDunlj 2, SOS its 

TolBl (71,180 75 



NAMES or PARTNBRS. 



P. It. Mi^lDtfre estate. Uiiscoda . 

A. ('. V. KlMlim, MuBcoda 

K. V. Mclntyre, MuBcods 



Kecedah— The Kecedab Bank. 

V. K. llAni-OCK, I'TOiirletor. C. C. FITJ.KR. Cnalikr, 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I/vans and dldmunts 


1^8, (176 21) 

2.1M on 

3:122 01 
noo 00 

11,153 50 
1,021 1- 

5.1.002 3N 

4.nH1 00 

'102 b'i' 

J12I.700'' 11 1 


Capltnl Slock 

ITiidlvIded |>ninis. less loss 

and eXT>. BPPt 

Indlvl<liifl1 deiraslts aublert 

OnlflcnteB 'of 'deposit! '. '. '. 
Totol 


11.-. 000 00 






I'limltiire ^d liitnr™ '.■.■." 
lU.iidH. H tucks and seeurl- 


70,777 SI 

2.-,5Hl M 


Caali ItpmH 

Hup (r..in Danlta and 




'■■„.l!,,-r.S"-'..'."': 
;i;S. ;-;,„(, ■.■■■.-■■.■ 













NAUB OF OWNER. 

C, K, Rabcork. Necedah 115,0 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



Hew Giants — Bank of Kew Qltinu. 

T. C. IIBrrV, CBBbl«r. 

statement November 25, 1902. 



I.uans and dliiconDts $113,493 T5 

iitMrtrariB 3.902 4S 

BuiUng house 3.850 00 

Vntnllure tad flUurea ... 1.000 00 

Tiiili Itfinii 3,011 

ChKtj on other banks... 1,82' 

banliers ...."..* 28,23 

v. S. and natlonaJ cur- 

rnici Ml baDd Q.03< 

Sp«le 2.88' 

^kt^li Bni] ccDlB 21 



['adlvldi'i 

BDd ex 

Itidlvldiii 



a bankB and tnokeri 



»AUES OF I-ABTNERS. 



Fred. Kimdert, New GlBmi . . . 

TboBui Hefty. New Glarm 

J- C. Zimmerman, I>cnTer, Col. . 
Heft; 1 Kunilert, New tilfirUB . . 



fS.OOn 00 

u.ono 00. 

3.000 OU 



Totnl 112,000 00 



Utv Lisbon — ^Bank of Kew Lisbon. 



'■ II. II. CASH. Proiirletor. 

SUtement. November 25, 1002. 







" fiTturM.'.'.' 
ks and securl- 






't..;r 


baiika and 


:»- 


nattoaal cor- 


^f^J^T ■■■■■■■■ 


ToUJ 





rertiflcHlPB of liepoalE . - . 
Uiie lo LankB nnd bankers 



S.OOei 60 

4,110 00 
704 04 



t»o.248 on 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Kew Lisbon — ^Fannen ft Herohants Bank. 



J. H. HARSH. Caabier. 



Statement, November 26. 1902. 

I.labllltlcB. 



Tx>niia and 
Overdratts 
Banklnfc bonae 



bankB a 



129,655 34 

328 6S 

1,800 00 

8,3S8 75 

1.097 08 



Klckeln and cents . 
BeTenue atamiis . . ■ 



|7,00O 00 
SOT 00 



depoalCa subject 



Total »T0.02T 7B 



Kew London — Bank of Hew London. 



A. Q. PAPB. Proptietor. 



statement, November 25, 1902. 



Total »129, 



173,621 87 


S 


9.000 00 
i;828 32 


I 


30.039 82 




ei 68 




(129.505 30 





f.lKblllll«a. 



lodlTldual depoaltB subject 



3,M3 00 
41,001 83 



NAMES OP PARTNERS, 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Ooonto lUls— Bank of Oconto Falls. 



T. F. BBYNOLDB, Cubl«r. 



Reaoni 

Lona and dlacoontB 


Statement, Nov* 

«25,<tl2 5T 


ntber 25, 1902. 

I.l>blll«lc>. 

Siffil -a ::::::::;:: 

rndlTlded proflis, less tos> 


»1.000 00 




".'.'. 218 OT 






Individual deposits subject 












Certlflcateg of depoBlt . . . 

MaTinga deposits 

Other llabnities 




1-. ». and natloDsl 
Sp^' ™ "i""! ■ • ■ 
■OAtlaWCTDti';." 


1,762 OO 


^ilMM 22 
98 03 




.... (41.958 88 

KAMES OP 
to Fall! 




"ATa-srA 


PAETNBRS. 


t333 34 












■njiji 






$1,000 00 



Ore^n — Bank of Oregon. 



J. p. LITEL, Jr., 

statement, November 25, 1902. 

I.I*blllll*B. 



[£«n« and fllsconntB . . . 

^Mntti 

S^omltore md flztarvB . 
l^tieAB on other banks. 



»4T,777 66 

81 98 

l.SOO 00 



Mtkfii and'centi . 



Total t«2.9e3 8 



InnivlduaT deposits sublect 

to clieck 

CertlDcatea of deposit .... 



24.2n2 M 
25.7K5 98 
2,500 00 



Total «62,M3 84 



NAMES OP PARTNBBB. 

{ P. Lltel. OregOD (6.000 00 

J. E, Utel, Hlpoo 6.000 00 

Total . , 110,000 00 



_.oO'^Ie 



Private Bimks. 



Osceola — Bank of Oueola. 

CIlABLliS U. UAKEY & CO., I'ruprletorB. 

Statement Novembei- 25, l!*02. 







$SS.»:i5 23 
2,200 00 

'boo 00 

12.828 51 

2.487 00 
,.,.5 0. 

1,838 26 


l"ndlvllriial"dep 










«Blta B 


ubjec 










I-'nrnitiire and flitureg 




CtrtlflcatPB of 
■l\.tnl 


d*.poa 




. 53,072 40 


lUie from banks 


and 




i;. 8. and national 


cur- 
















AliBtrsot bookB and 


tax 












f 121, 5:12 K4 













<'liar[e» (I. Oakej Osrsola 

Hamuel G. Oakey MidimiD 

Mary O. Miller BhlnelBDd?T 



Osseo — ^Bank of Osseo. 



T. J. rilOMI'SON, Cashier. 



statement, Novemljer 25, 1902. 

i.iBbiiHi«. 







122.4X8 i5 












re and fliturea 


D*d' 


473 69 


and national 


ur- 




















~rr:7^-^j 









IvIduaT deiiosICa subject 



NAMES OP PARTNERS. 



»^iUUVK 



Park TalU— Bank of Park FaUs. 



A. L. W?:i»IJl«lll. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 

Llabllltln. 



I»ii» >nd Jigroimis 




Kan-LruiT and Bimrc 
1>iir rrom banks 


'and 


I. K. BDd ngitonal ciir- 









tn.»-» 1:1 
(Ki 17 

TOO Oil 
^.760 at 



Capital Mlurli 

Cndlvidnl pruDta. Iriw tun 

Individual depualta siibjei- 

<'eitlttcBt«s of depotlt . . 



NAMKH OF PAICrXKItS. 



Ffirk Falls— Park FaUs Bank. 



XXINi/IXiX, CsBbirr. 



Statement. November 25. 1902. 




R»..re«>.. 




LlKkllltlCO. 




r-unfl!. ■tr>rtB and aecuri- 


»3.r.74 nil 
576 4.-. 

" 1 tw 


iaa;!"!,,;,.::;;:;; 

Indlvldiml dPDT.liH «iibjccl 
CerliHcBles of depuait '.'.'.' 


»r..inin (111 






bMk'""° ^"'^' ""' 




Mrtfl, W Mti 


l.OBO 00 
420 !(, 

r, 83 






Tol,l 






= 








SAMK8 OK rAItTXEUS. 
















W C. rrorkfr. Spooner. . . 
II. I'MBlnKton. Park Falla 




a! "(Ml (III 


Ttitai 






ts.ooo wi 



D,;;,„J:,-^iOO<^le 



Patch Grove— The Kolb Bank. 



FRANK KOI.B, Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



Iilllllrii 



l-orniK nud (llHCoiints 13,371 7:i 

ItBnklnii houKe SRO OO 

Other rpnl estate 3,000 00 

Kurnltun> Bod flstucps ... 1,000 00 
Due from baakB and 

rencj on hand Bit 

Silver 10( 

Nickels and wntB ; .. 

Merchandise and chattels , S,000 00 

Book accounts 2,700 00 

Total 1126,821 



rniiitnl Bt-K-k f 7. line I" 

Siiniliia fund :i.U<IU ik 

Undivided iimUIs. less loia 

Individual 'deimBltsaiil)]eVt 

to check U43 s: 

CemncHles of deposit la.orjR im 

l>ue to othei^ 1,760 0: 

Total i:26.fi52 II 



Flainfleld— H. N. Drake, Banker. 



statement. November 25, 1902. 



s and dlneounts $36,433 7 



Capital slock 

Undivided pt^)fitB, less loss 

and exp. sect 

Indlvldttal deposits subject 

L'ertillcateH oi deposit ... 



»S4,11,1 34 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Private Batiks. 



Poynette — B&nk of Poynette. 



n. r. JAMISON, Caahler. 



Stft 
l.iHiHi Hud diDcoimta 


ement, Nov 

*151.6!>8 flO 
iJ 62 

1,650 2S 
2S SO 


mLer 25. 1902. 

I.labllltleB 

rapllBl slwk 

rnilvKlMl [irnlltR. I<>i(s loxa 

1 n d 1 V 1 d II Bl ' dpiKis'ltH RUliject 

Certlfloaleg of' depoaft' ' '. 


|r..(niu oil 






KpraltHfeand fixtures.... 




INIF Inm banks and 


I'lT.aoi oil 


-vlcbl. Mid cinia ...... . 






It S^. 434 04 










H- l". Jamlioii, rojnctte 


SAMES OF 


„„™b„. 


$1,080 m% 


Jobo C. Jimltan. Poynette 

Total 


1,066 «(i'i;, 
tS.OOO 00 



Prentice — ^Bank of Prentice. 



'. MACOMBGIt, Cashier. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Ij»"f ind dlKounts . . 
l'>ijlni»ind aiturpH. 

< "ll llHOS 

h v^ banks and 
''- 1. lad Bat'loDai < 

TWil 



»7 


576 


34 


1 


218 


55 


'^ 


345 


64 


tie 


085 


83 



I.lalillUlra. 

'Idpd proflta, less loss 

lodi'vlduB?* de^sllB "subject 

to clicck 

Cnrtlficalee of deposit .... 



NAMES OF PART N' El 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Frivale Banks. 



Pregoott — H. S. Hiller Bank. 



Sta 

I^an« »nd dlsi-oiints 


ement. Nov 

tae.iOH :i4 

22(1 W 
'.100 00 

2,248 08 
28,H1B 78 

lIlHO S.-, 


mber U. 1902. 

Llablllim. 

rndlvidnl i>ronr». I<!i« low 

nnd eip, Ncrt 

Individual depoaltH BUbJ^t 


».1.Wi4 37 




Furalliirp and m'turfs 

RotidB. arockB nod securl- 


0.12a 3fi 
14, mu 111 




Total 








r. S. ana nstloDBl cur- 
rency on hand 










J04.474 52 


$n4.4T4 :>2 



Beadstown — Readstown Bank. 

r. M. (;llOVi:S, rroprletor. 

Statemeat, November 25. 1902. 







»NS« or. 














furniture and fliture 
Hue (mm banke: 


■and 


412 12 


'"■.Sc/o-n-hSsr.".' 


cur- 






















Total 


M.12I -:( 



llTld^ pn>niH, \fSS luBS 

IvIdiiarilepoBltti'BulijVc't 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Kewey — Bcwey Bank. 

IIAVIII JAMKH. CtBhIer. 

Statement, November 2B, 1902. 





H from bankH 


and 




cor- 






TnlRl 



S5 00 
20.II7,-> 14 



f4.000 00 

, - 230 OH 

[ndEvldiiol ileiHiHllK nuliJiK't 

i^b^ok ■it.SbTi 10 



■mpltal Block 

'Ddtvlded pmfila. Ii 



rtlflCBTM u[ dep 



PARTNERS. 



Bib Lftk« — Bib Lake Bank. 



K. C. flKTCIIKU raabipr. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 

RFB»BI««II. LlAbllltiF 



ta 


S 


4 J 


i 


2.-1I 


10 




2<( 


oil 


?H 


no4 


-»•'• 



dPpOHlU Hllbjl 

rertlflralPH of dpposit,! 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



''. liPtrhel. Rib I^kr . . . 
I'. AJr^non. MHlford . . . 

<- nrtun. Rib Lake 

J- Hflnu. Wb I-»ke 

I- T»rlor, Rib Ijlie .... 
'. K(l«rliofer. Bll> Lake.. 



Iry^^.OO'^le 



Rice Lftke — ^Barron County Bank. 

, n. HAILBT, Proprletora. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Iteaoareea. 

Ixians and dlHcounta f.1S.343 50 

-•--•- 3,683 70 

8.000 00 



a uD other hanks . . . 
from hanka and 

and Datlons] cur- 



2.449 8T 

4,690 00 
4,07a 7S 



Total (100.74a D 



Individual dciKistts subject 

(VrtlflcotPH of de[iOBlt ... 
Bills iiayable 



(49,615 5V 

18.844 ;;.'> 



Total 1100,743 60 



NAMBS OF rARTNE:R8. 



Bice Lake— The Citizens' Bank. 

BUWHIJ. A, I'KTMIISON, Proprietor. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



I.i.anK and cilacounta . 






inie frnm hanks 


Vnd 


U. a. and national our- 




Nlckeifi and cents 


T 



(flo.ans »n 

1,307 2(1 

3.000 00 






(3,000 00 

083 54 

28.120 28 


riidlvldvfl prontii 
IndlviilHal'd.-iioii 


less loss 
BBiihjVet 



Total (77,470 32 



Pd.yGoogIe 



BicUand Center — Richland County Bank. 

W. H, PIKK, I'roprletor. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



ReaoBi 


$1S5.9:>3 01 

.... a7.54B 43 


Llabllltlea. 


(25,000 00 

ul-^^t It 




IndU'ldunl deyoHiiB subject 




Certiara[i>B of deposit . . . 
Total 








^from tanks 


Vn'a" •^" ^ 














Ti,t,| 


(aiiii.ao4 !■.', 


(a«ii,;!04 .-.,-. 



EobertB— Bank of Roberts. 

.^LDKlrc V. KORGAN. Proprietor. 

Statement, Novemb&r 25, 1902. 





»1,680 00 

1,000 82 

'51(( 22 

220 00 

81 B9 

1,040 00 
335 00 
20 OS 
127 21 


Ll>hllille«. 


H.OOO 00 


rndlvlded profltB 

lEdlvLduBl depoBlts BUliJect 




2,509 81 
075 42 


("ertiflcateB of deposit ... 


r, .S. .nd' niiLbiiiii ■ cut- 
tPBCt on hsnd 










Sirtets and ceols 

EiptnM accouot 






_J^OJ', 









,dr,Google 



Prli-ntc Banks. 



Scandinavia — Bank of Scandinavia. 

It. J. lUiUTUL. I'roiirlGtor, 

StaWment. November 2B, 1902. 

Rmoarccii. Lloblllll^ii. 

a and dLfirmmta J4],HH0>t Capital mark 



d flxtures . . , 



sai ni 



prodts. less Iom 
idlTldiial deposits subject 



f2.r.(io on 

1.3T1 IK 



Seymour — Seymour Bank. 

WM. MiniEI.STKTTKR, I'mpMplnr. ('IIAUI.KS R 

Statement. November 25. 1902. 



Rc-DQar^vii. 



llHnklDR 
Bana> 











d Hur'u 
R ind 




"„;. 


res 


iTina 


bSDk 


nks .. 
and 


""i? 


nation 
bund . 


1 ciir- 




(■en IB 









:'Bpit.i 



Llabllltlpa. 



■tack . 



S.OOCI 


nij 

i 

2.1 
8* 


I'ndlvidrd proflta, Imb loss 
IndlvldUHl'depoalta'aiibjWt 


l.OUO 


Certlflfat™ of deposit 

Hill, parable ..T 


i;82<: 




tl7(l.l!H.-l 


m 


Total 



,d,Google 



Sharon — Bank of ISiaroii. 

iJ,EOni;T. C. MANSfr'ltlLl). CasbLiT, 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



l™t and dl* 


ftcHOnrppB. 


►"nmUnrt and 


mtnrea . . . 
and aetrurl- 




I'lie tniD 


banks and 


r. n and 


B<i" — r. .! 



LlobllltleB. 



::,iiuo 00 



L'ndlTided proHta. lea 

and eiy. acct. . . . 
Individual deirosltB bi 



. tiriO.:£»li -iH 



NAMRS OF PAHTNERS. 



Soldiers' Orove — ^Bank of Soldiers' Orove. 

ATI.EY rETERSOX. Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Rmourora. i l.lKbllltl«i 



Dcj on hand .t.iino 

!p 1,875 

eJa and cratH TO 

Total iau.487 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Spooner — ^Bank of Spooner. 




C. a. NKLSON. rroprlator 






Statement, November 25, i902. 




ReaoDices. 




Ll-hiilti.. 






6l>0 J.I 




",S s 






Otlier real estate 

Kiirnlture ouJ UitureB... 
Due Irom banks and 


IndPvldual dPiHJslts BubjGc 

to check 

cmlllcBtpa ot dpposlt ... 
Savings dppoalu 


«,sa4 m 
liHir. 1X1 


K&^'Si-i;:;!;: 






Total 


117.888 SI 


»n,s«s 31 











Spring Valley — Bank of Sprii^ Valley. 

W. fl. Sl'KNCE. Prnprlelor. 

' Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Renos 


rceii. 


|S0,S31 60 
2.2B3 42 

i;9a2 85 

1,167 12 

10 01 

20,276 33 

6.604 00 

■ 80 74 




$10,000 00 




tndlvldpd profits, K-BS loB« 
Ind{'Yldua?d"J'mslt9 'mbj^i 








Other real caCate . . 


e^:::: 






(■.Ttlllrnlps of cieimslt .... 


44.S26 34 
6.00U m< 


I.Hie from banks 

bankers 

U. S. and natlona 


aad. 
■ e'ur- 








Nickela and cents , 








(07.23H 02 











,d,Google 



Private Banks. 



Son Prairie — ^Bank of Sun Prairie, 



C. HAYDEN, Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25, 19D2. 



Heaoarcea. 

Lnin; and dlscountH |1:^1,8G1 4r> 

i]verfra([» 780 04 

HBDhlni! bousp 4,000 UO 

FnintturK and flitures . . . l.TOO 00 
[iu« from baoka and 

biDkere 13,374 32 

r. S. and national cur- 

wnej on band 6,100 00 

Siw-lf 4,380 00 

XlclwlH and centa IS 75 

IVital (131.214 5ti 



LlnbllltlH. 

Capltnl atock |10,000 OO 

KiirpUiH fund 2.00U OU 

l'ndlvide.1 proHta, leas Joss 

and ein. bccI 785 77 

IndlTldun) d^poxlts subject 

to check 21.280 55 

CcrtllicateB of deijoalt 117,130 24 



I Prairie — Fanners' & Merchants' Bank. 

3. M. BATZ. Conbttr. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 





(191,158 SS 
25,235 SO 

74 39 
7,705 63 
1.020 m 
" 25 22 


Bmi 


LlablUtlei. 

al stock 

Idual deposlta aubjeit 


I2S.00O 00 






KuniHure and flitures . . . 
^mda. atcak* and aecnrl- 


"re dTacouDMd'" ■ ■ ■ ■ 
payable '.'.'.'.'.'. 


12»,821 50 
17.451 27 






Due [roin buka and 




V: S. and national cur- 

^^c, on hand ........ 




Ktp™» BFcnunt 




ToUl 


(230.087 95 


|a:!O.0K7 05 



KAUES Of PABTNBB8. 



Pfter BaU. Sun Prairie 

•iwrm p. Ball. Town of Bristol . 
E. Bati, Son Prairie 



{8.3.13 34 
8.333 33 
8.333 33 



DirizPdnyCOOgle 



Pi-ivttle Banks. 



Superior — Tlie Snperior Bank. 

a Mi;iiRAY I'AYTOX, Proprietor. 

Statement. November 2B, 1902. 



T«BDB and discounts 




»103,(I1B 00 
342 70 
275 00 
204 U7 

*a.nm Bi 
n.-twi DO 
'i8S :.!\ 


Capital stock .... 
rnalvldpd |>roBtB. 


eu 'I'oBB 


(5,000 (HI 




H ,., 






BUbJPCt 






and 






CfrHllciiti-K of dPiM 
Total .... 






U. a. and aallotia 
Ttnrf on hanil . . 


_';"■; 




x'ickPiN nnd <^nti. . 






Totiir 


11(11. 0»2 24 


tun.my- 24 



Thotp — QarriBon Bros,, Bankers. 

L. O. GARRISON. Caiblrr. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



|r.(j 


324 
2111 


s 

77 


2T 


.870 


"1 




.47fl 


i 


txi.r-M V 



LtabllltlH. 

ndlvidfKl profitfii Irai loss 

Individual depoalts subject 

to rhpck 

■rtlHrnti'K o( drpuBlt . . . 



t.'<OP 00 
3B3 3J 

40.13(1 an 



NAMES OF PARTNERR 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Tomali— Warren's Bank. - 

GEO. II. WAKHKN. Proprietor. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



ReBOOFcrs. 



Uxiui und illKcnuiitH . ■ 

OT«rdr>ft« 

llnnklUK faimiie. uiher r 



rDitiiiv nnd Di- 
urks BDd iwcurl- 



Miiicls aod oentr . 
Total 



7.U5 OH 

120 an 

•24H Oft 
1.UU6 52 

o.UaT 3T 

'514 ur, 



DdlvMi'iI imiHts. IPHH 



iTtlticBlPS lit dppusll 



2.1111 iiu 
II.U12 H4 



Tomahawk — Bank of Tomahawk. 

I'. E. MACUl[UL;iI, Chb1i1i:c. 

Statement, November 2&, 1902. 

»ar«rs. [ l.lnbllltltrH. 



Ijiidi' aod dliir 



!x°; 



(2.1.4 



* and fl»turf« .. . 



, iDdivMiiiil d 



Iiue rrom baaka and 

b»ii»pr» 1.550 07 

i: R. and nailuDal fnr- 

r^nry on hand 2.114.1 00 

ftpFclp *<0.-> Wl 

N1<^kplii and ccntB »5 118 



II. 



NAMES OF TAltTNEHS. 



Digitized .yCOOgle 



Private Banks. 



Tomahawk— W. H. & J. W. Bradley, Bankers. 

J. W. FltOBIILIClI. c 

statement, Novemljer 25, 1902, 



l.lnbllitlM. 

Idi-d [irnlttK, lens toss 

]ufll <]P|>oslts subject 

rslpM of (lepofllt .... 
> bauba and bankets 



Total (424. TIB yj 





(170,804 34 






nthprrcal eatatc 

rurnlturo anij flitures. , . 
tliinde. atotk and aeeur 


!:3 it 






l.iie from bankB an 




r. S. Bdd DHllDDal cur 








Tutal 


1424,715 3ft 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



Union Orove — Bank of Union Orove. 

O, r. CitAUAM, Proprietor, 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 

Llnbllltlrii. 

Indlvldrd profltB, less loss 
Inillvldual depoalts aabject 



■a ot depoelt 5«,075 21 



Total (03,111 7S 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Viola— Bank of Viola. 



N. II. ItLUMIOR. IToprlf 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 





3,28a ao 
luiooo 00 

934 06 

10.21)5 00 

■'1 i 


I,l-blIHl*a. 


?il,0(JO 00 
50O Oti 








L-ndlvided pmlilB, lew lass 
nnd exp. hcpC 

Individual dppoalta Kub]«ct 
to chFCk 

CprtlrtcaBB at dcpoHlt 

Total 


her real PBtnte 

imltiin- nnii fisturps ... 
UP (mm banks ODd 


487 72 


rency on hand 


rkelB and cpnta 






*4-,477 2.-. 


J47.477 25 





Walworth— Walworth Exchan^ Bank. 

. S. BELL, Proprietor. 

Statement, Noyennber 26, 1902. 



I.'HUN and dlxounU (13.911 60 

■ iTprdrarts i-. 1,284 77 

f'umltare and Hxtures ... AIM) 00 
IConds. stocks and secarl- 

tlM 300 00 

(aib Itpms 668 10 

111IP from banks and 

bankers 4,187 44 

r s. and national cur- 
rency on band 1,220 00 

Hppclp 512 80 

\lckels ana cents 16 37 

Total (23,762 20 



Llabllitlea. 

Capita] slnck |:;,ri(iii oil 

Surplus fund HN 70 

L'ndlTldnl proQIs, Iras Icish 

IndlFlduaT deposits Btitjcct 
_ to chptk 12.nR7 or, 

Due Co bHDks and bankpni 'flOH 47 

Total 122,702 I'n 



Pd.yGoogIe 



PrU-alc liniiks. 



Warrens — Geo. Warren Co. Bank. 

JIIJt'H I'. KHIMIAKl), Cashier. 

Statement, Novenvljer 25, 1902. 



RPHonrcea. 

i.<ianii nnil dlwuimts 

KiirnltHre nnd flsliireis... 

CJiFi'lM on alb^r tiiiukH 

lUip fram bnnks nnrl 


i.:itii is:< 


"and e"p.''rr.-t.'". "!'.'!™ 

to .-liecli 

IVrtlflcalfH uf doiioalt 

SUBDmsp awoiml 


r. S. aod nsil'inal 
irncy on hand 


T. 
















t2J.0O4 11) 









. A. IIbMjit, I'rpBldPDt. . 



NAUK3 OF rAICTN'EKS. 
WAItRi:S fOUI'ANY. 



Waterloo — Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. 

W. It. ROACH. I 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



l.onnH and dlKi-<iiiatB 



eckn 
hank 


re aDi] 


iiT bank«!!: 
banka aa<I 


on h 


Sd 


"!" - .T; 


.•kel« 


and <• 


i-nt 





and cip. nrrt. '. 1.110 iJ 

ndlvldual dpnoaElB aublert 

to check 44.S7r, 1« 

VrlLHi'dlPH or deposit XaJKi 9* 



NAUI^S or PARTNERS. 

*. Speller. Wnterloo l-'ilili i"' 

-."Heehpr." lIoiiehlnn^Mldi.' .'-'.'. ..'..' '.'.'.'.'.■'■■'. '.'...'.'.'.'■'.'.'.'.'.'. -■*""' 

A. lioach. Walprloo r>Oii 111 

Total K.oon « 



:yC00'^IC 



Prirale jBnwJ-s. 



Waterloo — Waterloo Bank, 

UEK linos.. I'roprletors. 

SUtement. November 26, 1902. 



""""■"■ 


.'■.4»4 Mil 

SH 

3,000 no 

30 HN 
44.747 flO 

' ifi m 


Ll.W 






rndlvUlPd prufltB. ip 








IHktr Ml nttte 


iDdiTldual deposits 


UbJPTt 


Ifcnili iio-iu .Qd Beciirl- 


OrtlflcalM of dep.>H 

Total 

I-AUT.NBRS. 


t .... Il4.r.l2 44 






inw rnm bankB and 




(- i. tnd national cur- 
j«c,oBband 

N^H.«i-^«. ■;.-.■.■.-;,■ 




Tot« 


«B1,525 fin 
NAUKS 























Waii2ekft~Tlie Bank of Wanzeka. 



JOIIX KOCll, Cnshic 
Statement. November 25, 1902. 






925 80 

5;li5S 

746 00 
1.912 40 

21 53 


IndlTlduardepoBlts' BubjVci 




Banking how 

Wl»r ml atate 


558 OO 


IKw trom banks and 
■~ H. iDd natlonai car- 

.S'."""« ; 


CertldclM of dfpoBit . . . 


8.9.13 72 


Mflel, nad cenla 






H8,735 37 












NAUBS OF 


PAiiTrjEns. 




"'■.V.„^m''wan,^a 




















17 









Google 



Privalc Banks. 



Weatby— Bank of Wcrtby.' 

CAKI. O. BRYl-:, Proprietor. 

Statement. Novenrfier 25, 1!)02, 



Kraoapces. 



4,;<1» 2S 

it, 000 00 

500 00 



fnpltftl Btock . 
l'"i|[¥l3ril"prorL' 



iDdlvlrtusl depustts subject 

to chpck ■. 22,SRa J;i 

CPFtlflcBtPB o( depoeft ll.'i,3(in Tn 



Total tl71.fi3!> 19 



West Salem — La Crosse Cotmty Bank. 
statement. November 25, 1902. 








J135.»74 00 

ainoo 00 

1,000 00 

IS s 

78.306 66 
0,103 00 








Inillvlduiil rlfiiosllB HUbJec 
CerllfltHtM of "deposit!! 

Total 








OthM real estate 


. 1T4,SIW a 


rhecks na other bnnka . . 
Itiie from banka and 




T^ S. and nnllonal cur- 
Ttaej on hand 








Total 


»23fi,T31 ON 


. |2S«,T31 .1 



NAMES OF I'AllTXRBS. 



Iieonnrd I.ottrlilgp. 



. McKldov 

Total J3 0,000 on 



Pd.yGoogIe 



West Salem— West Salem Exchange Bank. 

MUELS & SPRAIN, Proprietora. CUAS. WKINUABTEN, CaBbler. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LlabllltlcH. 



»r.7.TJ 



r. K. inil II 
[«<■! on hi 



«7 

;u 
uo 

3,sDe so 

7,802 00 

ma 90 

76 06 



'i,tt-2a so 



r'nii[vlclp<I profllH. IfsB los« 

[ndlvldiial ili'tmBltB HUbj?cC 

ferlinoalPB oV d^poKl't' ! ! ! ! 4fl!B!M 37 
l>ue tu baokg auH bankers 4.25T lU 



Tutal . 



tla.MI 26 



NAMES Ol'" I'AKTNEKS. 



D. D. SinHids,' West S 



WeTanwega — Weed, Qnmaer & Co., Bankers. 
Statement, November 2a, ]902. 

RHoarcea. LlabllKlea. 



""%■■ ""^ '""^ ■ 



»8n,724 4i-| 

53,015 BO 
46,246 81 



nliltal 






luKa 



H Bubjert 



rtincatpB or dppnBit . 



NAMES OF PARTNERS. 



i ff. fl'wd, WeTauweg 
£■>. fiirlwood. Chlca* 



rotal t7,riU0 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Privaic Banks. 



Wilton— The Wilton Bank. 



S. W. SHOWN, PropTlctar. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



.too no 

SHO OO 



Ll>bllltl«ii. 




r«DltHl BtOI-k 

InrtlvKlual ilpposEts subjKt 


».-..000 OO 


OrtlflcnteB of dfpoBlt . . . 


8,285 16 



' Winneconne — tki TTnion Bank of Winneconne. 









QEO. □. MILL. 


BR. Caatiler. 




StBtement, November 25. 1902. 




R™-r 


e.. 




Ll-bllltl«. 




LcanH sad dlwounts - 


11 H- 


1,807 25 

3,nos 00 
riKi Tf. 

87 80 


fndlvldPd profltB. itw losB 
flod cip. arrt 

Certmoaten or deposit'..! 
Total 


$83(1 38 


IMie fnim liankH 


SDd 


ie.!W4 n 


I'. H. snd national 
rpnry on liand 


"".''; 
















Total 


(lOJ.OlO .-,0 


»104,I>H> .-* 
















NAMES OF PARTNERS. 































,d,Google 



Withefr— Bank of Withee. 

B. U. TRESTRAIL, Caahler. 
Statement. November 25. 1902. 





Ill 

1 


": R8 

750 00 
0^3 BO 
57 26 

111 83 

026 00 
OOH Oil 
32 60 
127 05 


rapltal «oc 
Individual d 

Cfrtlflcatw 

Total 
PA11TNER8. 


Llakllltlea. 


(10,000 00 




pojrits subject 


Vlirailuw iDd BiIurpB , . . 
• 'hprks go Dlbrr banks... 
Uif tram banks and 


r dfiioBit . , . 




r. H. aod national cur- 
«^oaband 




NlrtfU. and tfMf 

t:ip»n»e acraunt 






(13,057 70 
AMKS OP 










N 


•!■;!: IS 
















































Mm. Jmle Trentrall. Wllhee 
11. V, V, Chapman. Abbolafo 












rd. 










































Tolal 





Wittenberg— Bftnk of Wittenberg. 

R. W. ROIIERTS. Proprietor. WM, KLOtTiNEK, Cashlei 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 





172,121 60 

2.01(0 00 

l.CMMI 00 

340 56 
4,143 00 
2.914 00 
' 33 56 


LI.MIIII*. 






Indlvldfd prolltB, t»u> low. 
and no. acrt 

to chwk 

(>rrin,-Htffl of dfjioBU... 




ttinrlii. Btocka and amurl- 


1,302 01 






I'M from banks and 




Mi-Msiad cents 






*ST.S22 38 











D,:;,„J:,-^iOO<^le 



NATIONAL BANKS. 



Ant^o — First National Bank. 

I. UOSES, rresldent. W. B. McARTilUB. CasWer. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



LontiH and dlacounla $324 

i;. S. bondu to' spciire 'dr- 

culotloD 12 

Bank lug house, furniture 

Hue from atnle bBuka and 

I)u* frnm auproved reserTe 

aitents . 82 

Clirrka and orlier cash 

Notes Df' ' other ' u'aVlonal 

banks 2, 

FmctloDal i^urrenej', nick- 
els, cents 

Rl>ecle 15 

I-ettal-teoder noteg 5, 

Kniemiitlon fund with 
tresBurer U. 8 

Total »424, 



Capital stock paid Id 

SunilHB fund 

Uiidlvldpd profits, less cur- 

pald 

National bank-notes out- 
standing 

Individual depoalts. subject 
to pheck 

Time eertl!lcnt« of depodlt 



0,413 43 
2.000 00 



Pd.yGoogIe 



National Banks. 



hsiXi%o- — Langlade National Bank of Antigo, Wis. 



J. R AI.tlEBS, President. 



n. C. IIUMI'IIREY. Cashier. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I.UID9 aod dlEi^u 


UDl 




r. H. bonds to » 




clrcu- 


ItnakiDE bouse. 


». bonds 
furniture 


Ini." Ironi olhe 




mlonal 


\n>- from state 


banks and 


'"'■■ '"^ appro 


ed reserve 


",r.s. '".' 


ber 


ca»b 


■'■:."..°'..°»' 


1 


tlona! 


Frariional cnrre 


ncy 


nick- 






r' 




Total . . 


with 



1,393 95 

12, COO 00 



1.730 00 
610 19 



Llakllltlpa. 

Capital stock paid In {50,000 



Surplus fund , 

L'udlvlded proBtB. lr«a o 

rent pxpenaps and tn; 



Nollnnal bank-Dotes out- 

Btandlnfc 

Individual deposits, subject 



>rmnn<: 



NntPR and 

PountMl . . . . 
Bills payable . 



of dP- 
depoVli 



2.TT1 OS 
12,000 00 
[>I,ET9 76 



Total laiD-flNO SI 



Appleton — Citizens' National Bank. 

I..WAR OI.MSTI':.\l>, fresldent. JOHN J. SlIICltMAN, 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 






I'lie rnim other national 
liankg 

I>ui' frum Klatp bankK and 
banlfrn 

I'll" fttim approvi^ nw^rve 



1 turrencr, nlck- 



Llobllltlen. 

^apllal stork paid Id tir>0.onO 00 

I Surplus fund I3,r.00 00 

Undivided proHtg. Ihhr rur- 
— Dl eipenspB and taxes 



r.,004 7.n 
4,090 82 

884 30 
03.000 33 

843 07 

1,500 00 

132 I. 
]6,or>0 30 



HNldeods unpnld ■.'.■.■.■.■..' ' iiT, of) 

Indlvliliial ilepiinltN. Hiibjrt>t 

to eheek l.">7,738 22 

Demand pertlfli'ates of tli-- 

Ptw't 244, S6I SO 



ll«lfinptlon fund " ' with 



. (630,203 30 



i.yCoo'^Ie 



204 



National Banks. 



Appleton — Commercial Kational Bank. 

JOHN McSAUOllTON, rresldeDl. CHARLES S. niCKIXSON, CMhIer. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 





1448,418 
15.100 

ino.ooo 

4.543 

87.188 

H38 
]1U 

245 

133 

27,:i01 


40 
U5 

00 

16 
57 

08 
07 

70 


a;, "f'a^^s """*■' 


Ii.-,o,ooo (w 




I'ddlTidGd pruHtB. leBs for- 
mit rxpeaaea and Cbipb 








Iliij frcun other Datlonal 


NaHonal bank-Dotca out- 

Btandlng 

Due to olhpr Datlonal 

liue to state" iianki' and 




Hue tToji Btate DnnkB BOd 


rius from apiirovrd rcaerre 




Cliri'liH sad oilier i-agli 




Not™"of'' t"hM 'Mtlonai 


llpmand <-ertiacaces of de- 
■ pualt 

Total 


iH8.3fla er, 


FraPt[on»1 ourrein-j, nlck- 




IhiP from IreaBiireVr.'s.! 




T»tal 


IMO.Un 


" 


(HlB.Bir. 13 



Appleton — Firit National Bank. 

NT.V l>. f.MlTil, ITckWciiI. IlilUM-VN KIIR. I 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 






r. J». I»nd8 to set'ure tlri-u- 


Ktnckn, iteourltle». etc ... 
Itanklni houw. furnlrure 

l;!!!- fniro utber'aBlluiiai 


Hm- from atnlc Imnka and 


Uup fnim apiiroT.il rpBerve 
(■h"dl"*"and".ltli«'rnah 


\..t*^ of other oatlonal 


rraciIoDil mrrenry. nlck- 


Rpf<le 






fund Kith 



04.715 
32.S80 


48 


sn.iHio 

38,300 


45 


18.0(10 


00 


11.1185 


Ofi 


:!.i:«i 


10 


8.-..a81l 


52 


2,320 


»;> 


ll..i30 


0.1 


Bl.--. 
«B,70!1 


??, 


2.50t) 


00 


in.iwi 


^ 



Llafallltlen. 

k paid In 



Capital 

Surttlut 

"-idl Tided proSts. I«sb 
rem expenses and t 



lue to 



fiaak-notes out- 
oatloDBl 



60,000 O 

21.028 « 
411.007 ~< 

12,41.-. 2 

5nu.n:> It 

.103.113.-1 <i 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 



Ashland — ^Ashland National Bank. 

rilCMAS BAKDON .PreBld«nt. J. T. (illKOORY. Cashier. 

Statement November 2&, 1902. 

■.labllltln. 





oun.« 




)'. S.lioLda1c. 


Bioure 


tlrcu- 


Var from olh^r na 


"and 
rionat 


liuf fmm Ma 


e bank 


a and 


lio- from ipp 


ov«l rmierre 


KirhiBBe (ur ei 


arlng 


\i"«i of oil 


n na 


liODSl 


(■■r.<-llon«] ru 


rcnrj. 


Qlck- 


Cpfric 






fimd 

it. . 


with 



fSSii 


7T8 


25 


31 


380 


00 


100 


000 
0«T 


5? 


\ 


084 


06 


1 


628 


10 


; 


i 


mi 


-■! 


.117 


21' 


, 




00 


»N.-.S 


700 


04 






k paid 1 



. tldO.OOil 



4,77a 114 
6,107 r.u 



ratihler'R rbecki outatond- 

Idb 

I'nlted States depoallB . . . 

IJr|)ofllIfl of 1'. K. dlabura- 
Injs oltli'*™ 



,d,Google 



National Banks. 



Aahland — Korthem National Bank. 



J. W, COCIIRAN, I*reslflent. 



CHAKCE8 F. LATIUr.lt. CaaHIcr. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



P-oami ana dlscoums 


IST2.D91 56 
j.3:jo 7-1 

100,0(10 00 
2.SSH MO 
»,400 00 

JB.OOO 00 
0,109 86 

19,224 E8 

Ite.US 02 

4,285 69 

2.194 00 

225 B6 

62.596 10 
5,884 00 

r..ooo 00 


rapltul stock paid In... 
i^nSvlded proll'ts.' less cii 

standing 

Hue to state hunks an 

bankers 

Iilvlilends UD|isld 

Individual dei«slt«. auble. 

lleroand cert'ineiteV o(' d* 


. tlOO.OOO on 


r. K. bunda to secure dr- 




Klofltii. BeeurltJfs. etc 

IlDnklDi; house, furniture 


30,413 Sh 

'. 96.ajo on 


""lank™'" ""'*'' '"'"'"'■' 


1.252 M 


[•lie rrom state banks and 










Total 




Notes of other nations) 




Frnirtlonai curreapj-. nlck- 




Speele 

Unnl-tender notes 

Ileikniptlun fund with 
ttvasurer U. S 




Total tl.235..'V13 


" 


H ,235.513 41 



Baraboo — First National Bank. 



T.D, Prealdent, 



Premiums 
«li.rk«. BP 
KiinkliiK 


uriti 
•ned 


8. boDds. . 


niS'Tn.m 


and mnrt- 
lianks and 


Hup rrniM 


iipim. 


■w1 re«ene 


CUp-kN n 


ntl other cash 


Xiiii's of 


othe 


DBllonal 


I-'mHIonnl 


rurn 


nci, nick- 








ll^einplll 


1 .'f 


nd"'with 



3,750 C 
10,5011 (I 



■.lablllllra. 



■ndlvided prurit'a! I'l 



National bank-m 

HtandlnR .... 

Indlvlilunl dviMiall 



Totnl 1344.4 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 



Beaver Dam — First national Bank. 



J. S. ROHELL, President. 



J. I^. M<^CI.UU1<:, Caslilcr. 



. S. bond) to BBfU 


e cir- 


Iw4b, set 


rltlM, elc 


.li^^ 


UP fr.,m 


pprovn] n 


awrve 


K-' 


other national 


ra.iloiial 


currency, 


nieh- 














rtlempllon 
Tola 


,.r.. 


witb 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



t3»r<,t>oo 47 

IS.-'iOO 00 
l>3,20U H4 

4,000 OU 



1,240 00 



3,000 00 
625 00 



lDdlvl<tual JepDRltH. subject 



Beaver Dam — German National Bank. 

JiiriN r. ZASUBn, president. Fl'.TKR HEI'I. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



UiD, and discounts 


I23B.726 63 
550 34 

»;072 00 
11.800 00 
51,34r> IS 

4,&0O 00 
107 98 

'l:X To 

625 00 


Liabilities. 

Capita! atopk paid In 


|r.0,fMm 0(1 




mdlvtded [iroflia. Whm cur- 
reijt pjpeuses and taies 
paid 


i:i,lf!^ H' 


>'•<- friim Male bnaks nnil 


(u ■■ti.fk 

Dpnianil ivrllllcnii-s tif de- 


'■0 o'i-' ir 


N.-i-» at other natlonnl 




^■■»•■.IuB^i euprency. nici- 


Total i 








ti'Bi with treasurer U. S. 




Total 


1360,027 10 


r,n,027 1. 



,Coogle 



National Banks. 



Beloit — Second Kational Bank. 



WU. B. STRONQ. l>reBldeot. 



B. I-. ELDRED, Caabier. 



Statement, NoTeiDber 25, 1902. 



in« aod <I[aTOUDi 









HtockB, iwdirltUs. r 
Hue from otlieV' n 


tlonki 


line from anprovrd reserve 


C'hM'ks iDd otiier cash 


N..»-),ot othfr natlooal 


Kractlnual riirrencr 


nlck- 






Ueiipminlon , fund 
Total 


wllh 



LlBbllltlH. 



('n]>[lal HtcK'h'pald in 


fdn.OOO 00 






l'naiFld<'<] pruUta. l<-8s cur- 
















alandlTtg 












Individual depuaKa, subjepl 








poall 





Total »4l1U.rifll (I 



Berlin — Berlin National Bank. 

JASTES II. l'-OSTi:i{, Prealdeut. JOHN W. r 

SUtement, November 25, 1902. 



livprdi'a/ls 


""■"^ 


'■■ «■ jlj-'Ofl" t. 


K'cure clr- 


HtcK'kg. BPriirlllM. pir. . . . 
linn king Iiouhv. fnrDilutv 


Iliu. fmm Hlnl 


bnukH and 


IS"' 


VP.I peseriv 
.tiipr'fiisi; 


XutPH ,.f olh 


r nutinnal 


'''''el'»"'o"'" ''"'" 


CDCJ-, nlck- 




|{eili>ni]]llim 


irnd'wili; 



Llabllttleit. 

'aplral stoi-k paid In (30.000 OA 

liirpius fund I .:(-vi im 

rent vipenwi) and Iniea 
_ paid 1.B7S m 



ot di-pusit M1.:> 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 



Berlin — Pint National Bank. 



J. H. POUTER, rresldent. 



R. A. CimiSTIE:, Cubler. 



Rrmnmrrrm. 

I>unii apt] diacotintg 


1443.424 T2 


' ruialTn'^ '" '*''''" ''"^' 




Klurtii. ■KaHtleH. elc. . . . 
]:>iitlD( houw. furnllure 




IT.- [nm other DBttollBI 




Iw rrom nite banks iDd 




lioe troiD vpniveil reserve 

(■ll!SS''«d'aUi;r'«Bh 


U:i.207 90 


NijtM of other nslioDSl 




FnotlonaL currency, nlck- 




Spfrtt 

I^'teixkr notes 

Imuniter D, 8 

I>iietmm tmaurer U. B.. 


iH.uns on 
■ 2 EO 




tSS2,185 4U 





Statement. November 25, 1902. 



■uriiluH fu 
•ndlvlUed 



le to state baaks ■□•! 

bankers 

ilvldends unpaid 

ndlvldual deposits, subjei-t 



Total |ll2a,lM5 4 



Black Biver Falls— Fint National Bank. 

"• IIUKRAY, President. H. H. BICHAKUH. (.'aahler. 

Statement. November 25, 190S. 



ttrmamr> 

I^ui aod dlsMUDt* . 



folilloo 

»<«^. wrnrllin. etc 

BidMbi houBf, furniture 



I'lwki md other cash 
^'"f" of other" natlonai 

rticilonai mrrener, nick- 
el". »nl« ., 

Spwl* .... 

I'gtltendpr note* 



LlBbllllleil. 

I'spltnl stuck paid In..... 

i Surplus fund 

'"- 'iTlded protKs, ime cur- 
■at eipenseB and taies 



Indlildiial de|)OF 



"■^tal t33I,422 04 



Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



Naiional Batiks. 



Campbellsport — The First Katio&al Bank. 

. J. BAUBl^B, rresiiJBLt. II. N. BACON, Cashier. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

LUbllltlu. 



ItankliiE hoiiBP,' lurnllure 


Due from 


other nat 


Doal 


Hue from a 


DP roved rea 


erve 


XotM of 


ulher iial 


UDSl 


Krn<>tlonal 


currenej. 


Ick- 
















u.'r.,. 


wlth 




irat expenspa 


and laxea 


Nfldoiiai hHiiknotes out- 


lUdLvidUlll d-|...B 


ts, subject 


netnaiKl eertfdr 


tmi o( ap- 


Time ™rllil<-Btffl 


of deiHlBit 



O.StKI l> 
19,740 « 



Chilton — Chilton Kational Bank. 

JULIUS FlilND, President. WM. J. PAULSBN. Cashier. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I'. H. Iinnda to secure clr- 

I'rpmluDiH on V. S, Imuds. 

StiK-kt;. nevurlttcit, etc. ... 
I tank I nc linuHC. furnllure 

and niturea 

line fniiii other national 

Due fnim Htale baiika and 

ime from aiiproved reserve 

CliPtliH and other cash 

NolPH of ■ "other' 'national 



Capital Hi nek 

Surplna fund 

rndlvliled pruflta. less 
~ ~t expenaea anii t 



Liabilities. 

paid In tSO 



lad Irl dual deposita, suhject 
to check 39.71 

liemaod errCIOcatea of de- 

)slt lO.Ti 

1 ccrtiacatea of depoaU lOO.Sl 



Slieelo 

Iji'Kal-lPnder notes 

Iti'deinpllon fiiud with 



Total 1217.481 61 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Bar^s. 



Chippewa Falla — First National Bank. 

L. C STANLEY. President. LORK.^ZO M. NEWMAN, I 

Statemsnt, November 25, 1902. 



\MBt in.L dlacountB 


(338.607 
HKI.OOO 
17, 400 

3.o«e 

99,508 
1.320 
2,31C 

3.,£ 

10,000 

2.600 


6'l 

00 
10 

oo 

2-2 
01 
30 
35 
00 

n 

00 
00 


rnpltal stock paid l«.... 


tlOU,Oi)i> 

i-u.aoo 

11,573 

2MC.7O0 

3,S41 

305,331 

2,UU5 


00 


L. S, UiDjs 10 BKUre clr- 


Undivided iiri'iiig. Ipmh cur- 
root eiiicnse and laiea 




iith« buDdi im hand.... 
lUnliinc hutwe, furnitare 


08 

uo 


"'ualS'"."!^'!. ""?"'. 


Kii? liuro atal? banlta and 


Individual deiKixllB, subject 


„ 


1>1«! Ir™ iwroved res-rvs 


l>eniBnd cerLlHcate. ff de- 
Certified cheelta 

Total 


. 


'■>'»*.' liid other caBh 


00 










'^iMw C. 3 




Totil 


1893.988 


81 


t8!l3,US8 


81 



Cliippewa Falls — iDmbermeiL's Kationa] Bank. 

Q'HcDONBLL, Prealdent. S. B. NIUMONS, Caabler. 

StaUment, November 25, 1902. 



Id dianiuntB tSS7.745 01 



r. S. bunds to secure II. S. 

Stnffa. fcecuiitiss! 'etc. ".'.'. 
Itactlni house, furnltare 

Inv from 8(ite banks and' 
[nw Iram jppruved rcBerve 
1^,1^8 and other caah 
XoM of other national 

FiKIionil currency.* nlck- 

„ ft- rents 

W* 

I^l-leader notes 

Ililnnptlon tund with 
tffSBUrer D. 3 



Llablllim. 

Capital stack paid In |I00,(> 

Surplus fund 20,0 

L'ndlvldfd profits. 1ms cur- 
rent expanses and taxes 



1 1 depOHlts, BUhJec 



fi23,lfiS 41 



2^13, 14!i 62 



. .tl.242,069 79 



Total 11,242,069 79 



:yC00gIe 



Naiionai Banks. 



Clintonville— The First National Bank. 

T. K. \VA1.U I'rpaldent. C. E. (ilUSOS, I 

Statement, Novemljer 25. 1902. 



culatlOQ T.IHH) tHI 

I'rcmliimB nn I'. S, bonds .IKH T.'> 

Stocks. H«riirlr]pB, rU: ... lO.iWO OU 
IlHnklnfi houKp. furniture 

and llxtutVH 10.000 Oo 

Hue frum uth^r national 

banks ■2H,«a2 N.-, 

Tiur, from dlatc banks and 

riankeni 324 00 

I>u» from approrni rpwrve 

Cherkii and other ohIi 

NkkelB and (^nta' '.'.'.'.'.'.'. :t7 :ii> 

Kpwle 2.04T CI.-. 

I^iral-tender niitM O.OTS OO 

llvil«niptlon fund with 

treasurer IL 8 .■(SO OO 

Total jaaT.Ml :i4 



1.1a bl 



tlPH. 



['nillvlded prollis. Inw rur- 

NHdonal' ' ba'nk-iiutra ' out- 
standing 

Indlrldual dcpoHilK, subject 

l>emand nrtlltcates of' dfr 

poalt 

Time (^rtlBcat™ of depoall 



Colombiu — Firit National B&nlc. 

L. CHADBOURN, Prealdent. j. R. GOFF, CtiblM. 

Statement, November 25, llt02. 



1-. S- bondB to Bei'ure clr- 


StoohH. BWUrll 
llaakInK bima 


."■■fu^ 


n'lture 




eand 


mnrt- 


Hue from ainir 


ved n 


serre 


<'Uerks and 


other 


caah 


Xi.tn. of oil 


er aa 


lonal 


Fractional rurrMipy. 


nlck- 






und 




IlrtlemiUlon 


*'!^ 



LbtblllllM. 

paid In 



■"urplUB (uun 

I'ndfvlded proflts. less 
rent eipeuses and t 



l>emand certlflcales of de- 

iwalt in:!. 1142 01! 

rime eertlUcales o( di^Mislt i^.ifH K 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Hanks. 



Caba City— Fint Kational Bank. 

IVM. TliOllAS, frcBldtPt. MAIT. IlKMllllCKS. Cashlpr 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



1 . s, h.indK rii HPTU 


p Hr; 


I'mnlnniB on V. «. 


bonds 


liiii. tniiu tpprovrd T 


«<ppTe 


rb^ts and otiipr 


CBh 


N"(M of other DI 


rlonal 


rrarrlani] currency 


nkk- 






■(I'dMOpiloD ^fUBd 


wltb 


TuUI 





ia,o»7 o;t 



Llnblllllrii. 

Capllal Ktiii'k iinid in 

liiirpJua fund 

I'liaividcd proHlH. lewi •-ur- 



Natlnnnl baak-Dolea uut 

Manalng 

ludlvlduai d«poalt8. aubjec 



Tuial H:iii,!i«l S 



DarUs^n — Citizens' National Bank. 

GICOHGB r. lYEST, I'resldeDt. JOHN OBUIIIN. I 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



t.'.ana and dlaoninla 






a aeru 


re cir- 


■•nminoia on r. 8. iKSida 


[:iip rrom Ma 




a and 


Hue (mm app 


■oved r™er»e 




other 


cash 


^'taSfca"' "''' 


er na rlonal 


Krarrlnnal fU 


rency 


nick- 






"s. . 


'."'''. 



»aii.T.'.2 K 

»TU 7 

20.000 n 

(too <J 

23.7»U 7 

9,3fl0 C 

2.150 

10ri.»44 >• 



Llabllltlra. 

'apltHi Hlock paid In 

Burp.iiH fund 

- niiividMl prolitH, leaa cur. 
rtnt (rxpenaca and taiea 



ndivldnal dujioalia aubJecC 
nd cf rt'lHcateV of' de-' 



D,:rizp.l;y^^.OO'^Ie 



National BanJes. 



Darlington — First National Bank. 

I'lIILO A. OlnUS. ITegideut. T. C. L. MACKAY. fas 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



Llabllltlri. 

eiiliRl aluck paid In 

urplun fund 

DUlvldpd profiu, less cur- 



u 


and 

her 

ecll 
actt 


IVls 
nida 

om 


dlsMunt 




V 


to aw.' 




V 

u 


on band 
uae, tu 


t'^^^' 





ernte an 


il mort- 


u 


ocber D 


atlon.] 


n 


urn a 


pproved 


reserve 




1 othe 


cash 


N 


,.f 


other n 


aCIonal 


I'- 


cT-lt 


ourreniTS 


nick- 









Itedemptlon fund 



11,207 


SS 


12,500 

5O0 

07,8HS 


00 

76 


0,'25O 


00 


7,852 


30 


111 


5b 


Si>,4j8 


4;( 


344 


03 


1,735 


OO 


3i,;g 


IB 

00 


825 


00 


(15.878 04 1 



itanding . . 
Individual dei> 



aita. aubject 
•al'eV of' de- 



Se Fere — The National Bank of De Fere. 

WrXI.S, I'li-sldeut, IIUGO KIKL, ("aibiiT 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



LnatiR and dlBCounts 

U. S. bonds to secure clr- 


118,205 

12.500 
1,312 

509 

2.:ioo 

340 

2.040 

272 

"800 


61 

on 

iSO 

32 

OS 
00 
29 
00 

"2R 


rapltal stock naid in 

Undivided prodta. leas cur- 

Due to other national 


PremlumH on U. ». bonda. 
llnnklng house, furniture 


Hue fmni approved reaerre 


individual deposit", sutject 


riiTkH and oilier caah 


Time oerllHcalPs of depoait 


Nines of other national 




Kra.-11onal rurrency, nlck- 








r.etcal-fender notes 






t4i.:ir.N 









Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 



Eau Claire — Ean Claire Fational Bank, 

OSRIN H. IKGRAU, PncEdeut. WILT-IAM K. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I'ani ind dlKmunta . 



e dr- 



t-S. bonds to TCCure U. S. 

, ftwiHi 

[>iiiluiu im L'. a. bonds. 
^ii'b, aworlilej, eU. . . . 
Bukins house, rurnlture 

- 'M nitnrea ; 

MW froiD tpptoved regerre 



t'bfei* and 

' Dthtr DstloDal 



IrMinret U. 8. . 



Inipnul retpnue Btamps.. 

Toltl 11.261, 



tS4C 


642 
906 


u 


00 


ooo 


00 


M 


ooo 

35fl 


38 




443 


B2 


IBS 


6B2 


05 




276 63 1 




788 


w 


48 


496 48 1 
996 30 1 

000 00 i 




449 


00 
52 


.261 


766 


13 



Ll«blllll«. 



state banks aad 
Indrvlduat deposlta. subject 



32,026 e 
32,642 1 



Demand certlfloatea of de- 
posit 1.047 fi 

me CPFtlHcatea uf deposit 657,440 

■rtlfled checka 74 2 

Uult<^ Htalrs depusltn.... 50,0OU (J 



Elkhom — Pint National Bank. 

C. F. OBGENE, President. FRED. W. I8HAM. Cashier, 

Statement, November 26, 1902. 



Reaoarcca. 

ID nsd dlscoantff 




LiKbllltlea. 

rapltal stock pa<d In 

Hiirptus ruQd 

rncflTlded proflls, less cur- 
rent expenses and taics 

BtloDnl bank-notes out- 

staadlDg 

ml deposits, subject 



6,467 41 

2,500 00 



certificates of d 



"pwle .... 

Unltender 

IMrsiptlDn fund ffltb 
r D. 8. 



Total me.oas an 



:yC00gIe 



276 



National Banks. 



Fond da Lac — ^Fint Natioiuil Bank. 

E. A. CABKr, ITcBtdent, JAU[;S V. PKUllY. Cat' 

Statement, November 25, 1S02. 

I.lnlflllllPH. 



lA'l 



and 11] 

IIIIkt rec 

gugfi 



I (li^-uimts 

lis i(i Bwiire cl'r- 

■piirltios. Blc. . . 
hiiuse. rum I lure 

eslnti- will mort- 

from iitber national 

1 approved resprve 

aDd otber eaah 



l''rnrtluiiBl riirreacjr. nlck- 

«[jfi-i* v.'.".'.'.'.'.'.*.'.'. 

I^jtaltciider notes 

Updemptlon fund <Fltb 



4I> Ki 

31,2n» 01) 
IW.UKU 'lU 

28, 07:1 :t8 
a.Ma 78 

183 73 

180,844 60 

4,00a 82 



treasurer U. 
Total . 



t-iiHliil Hl.x'k |> 
siiniiiiH riind . 
" ""Iwl pr.r' 



<kl In. . 



. V-i^.< 



r-nt eip. 


nsns and 


laica 


standi njt 


Dk-nutoi 


Ollt- 


lier na 


lonal 


Due to Hi a 


le banks 


and 


ludlvimial depoBllB, a 


bject 


Demand «r 


lacatM of do- 


Tli^p eerudcabB of d 


IIOBit 



O.IH 


JS 


■M.-M 


Wl 


WS 


Uli 


I.WJ 


3-^ 


305..11H 


34 



Fond dn Lac — ^Ihe Commercial Kational Banl:. 

II. 11. ruTTKR, President. M. T. SIMMONS. Caabler. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Llabllltle*. 









indH 



__. J IT. S. iHindB. 

siiic'kH, Bfpuritles. ete. . . . 
ItanklnK liouHU. furniture 

Oilier rent enrate and morl- 



ilue from a|ipmved rewrve 

cbpi'kH and otlicr eash 

Itema 

lOirliauEPH fori'Iearlne.... 
NotPB of otber nallonal 



Sppele 

l.eiia|. tender 
Itedemiillnn 



340 3 



• 'H < 



si.ano 

li.NiH) e. 
241. fits o;t . 

ia,oi& 04 I 

12.130 73 ' 

28.531 EH 
43.n.''il 



424 HT 

lri,S42 00 






. Iil2.-..iK 
13.01 



l>ald 14.2KS I 

Clonal banknotea ont- 

Hlandlag 31 .S'lO 

dividual deposllB. aubJeeC 

10 ■■lieok 243,4*1 ": 

me rprtinnttes of depoilt 308.40:! :.1 



i.vC.Ol, 



National Banks. 



277 



Fond dn Lao— Fond dn Lac Hatioiial Bank. 

CHARLES II. UALLOWAY, Freatdent. GAINUa A. KNAPP, C»bl«r. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Rcaonrren. 

rapICal stock p«ld In flOO.O 

i^urplua fund ..... u". .. 

''■ldlvllJ«d pruflts. l( 
not vxpnmea am 



iiitrttX "" 


I . K. bond, to Mcure «lr- 


I ' ». bands in anan U. S. 


I'mMinaon l*. 8. bonds.* 


'XE" •""" "■'"""" 


.»nT 'W™^**! reserve 


' V™ '°* '"^*'' ■^"'^ 


^tSl,"' °'^*^ national 


J'rtrtlunii nirrency', nlck- 


L««It«iapr wtM 

RrdFmpiloD land wltb 



»772 


S80 


02 


25 


000 


00 


2-1 


000 
307 

600 


00 
50 
00 


40 


629 


47 





343 


08 


12 


47» 


00 


55 

1 


ooo 

255 


s 

00 
00 


1,378 


2117 


03 









: banks and 



l>eniand certlileates of d«- 
me cert'lili-otfs or'dPi)oV[i 



3U»,262 72 



1 Stalps dvpuaits. 



Fort Atkinioa — Fint Hstional Bank. 

I- R CA81VELI, President. I.UCIRN B. CASWELL, JR. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 






Stofti, wcurltles. etc. . . . 
MBkiDK hooH. furniture 

, "Sd UltBTBI 

Itr fmn otbcr national 



INjp ttiint an 
llxvtoi aM 



lived rrtlervc 



SolM of other 
■^Hvui'carre 



(200 


a 


SI 


32 

35 


84(1 


00 
00 


8 


M.™! 





002 


20 




589 


23 


113 


152 


02 


1 


730 


ee 


1 


687 


00 


4 


'lis 


1 


600 


.. 


(408 


™,.| 



Llaktlltl**. 



stock paid la. . 

HurpluB fund 

['Ddivldpd proflte, less i 



rational bank-notes 

standing 

Ddlvldual depuHlls. ri 



:y Google 



National Banks. 



Orand Bapida — ^Firgt National Bank. 



E. T. IIAUMON, Pre 



GBO. W. MKAD, Caihier. 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



Loans and illscounls 1330, Sr>3 20 

OverilrBfts S.lifla 48 

U. a. bonds to aeiOM cir- 
culation IS.OOO 00 

i^tocka, securlClea, elo. . , . 2,247 82 

Banking house, furniture 

and fliturea 4,308 83 

Hue traat oUier national 

banks 3,680 28 

I>u« from BtBte banks and 

bnnhtrB 1,602 02 

imp (rom approved reaerTC 

agents - ■- 44,650 26 

l.'liei-lia and other casli 

■ "banks". .!'!.*'..''.".^°". 1.284 OO 
Fractional curreocf, nlck- 

Speei'e ™'!" .■.■.■.■.■.'.■.■.■.'.'.'. 18,8811 00 

Legal-tender notes 2.B70 00 

■■ ■ - fund wllh 

U. 8 750 00 

1*44,096 811 



Capital stock paid to. . 

lurplua fund 

;infmded profits, less c 



169 21 
.000 00 



Total 1444,096 Sfl 



Oiaad Bapida— Wood Coanty National Bank. 

FRANK UAHK180N. I'realdent. F- I- WOOD, Cishler 

Statement. November 2E, 1902. 






orks, Bpcurltles, etc. . . . 
inklne lionsv, furniture 

and flltures 

lie from approved reserve 



BeSempllon 



«J 


I4B 


07 


28 
34 


000 00 j 





000 


00 


82 


500 


00 


2 


815 


01 


2 


000 


00 


28 


78! 
116 

400 


35 

80 
00 

DO 


(715 


237 


53 



?npl(Hl stock paid in 

*'n<llt'ided"Ilr(.HVs; 'less rn'r^ 


f.SS 

11,383 SI 


standlnK 

Due lo otber national 


28,000 00 
25 94 




200.e«« 15 


Uemnnd certiacafea of de- 
lioalt 


34T.159 S3 



Total 1716,287 M 



:yC00'^lc 



National Banks. 



Green Bay — Citisens' NatioiLal Bank. 



IIOWAKD 8. ELDRED. rrealden 



■- WAfi?rt:i:, Cashier. 



Statement, Novemher 25, 1902. 



Rpaon 

I/ianB and dlseounta 


rppn. 


1. S bond! to secur 


e cir- 


r.S. bonda to secure 


U. S. 


i-n-inluDUi on U. H. bonds, 
Mtorka, •«FUrlll?H. etc. . . . 
ItaDklng houge, furniture 


Dm Imn, other na 


lonal 


""4i£^sr^':"!':^r. 


'XStt:"'"!.'^"^ 


(■h«l[. and otHer 


cash 


S'jjes or other national 


Kriftlooal cnrreDcy. 


nlck- 






ireamrer U. 8. . . . 


wlth 



Cnpllal 

Irndlvlded proUls, lea 



LlablllllrB. 

paid In |l(j 



e'lef.lt -;-■■■ 088,484 20 



Pd.yGoogIe 



National Banks. 



Green Bar — ^^ Eello^ National Bank. 



tl. R IIAdKMKISTKR. I-regldent. 



K. KKI.I.IXIG. L'ss 



Statement. November 26, 1902. 



LrRim nnd illiuwimtii $.S->ri.l2l1 N4 

<)verdralt8 4,UHT 47 

r. S. Iiondd to secure dr- 

FUlallon CO, 000 OO 

I'. S. iJondu to BMure U. 3. 

depOBltB 50.000 00 

I-remluma on i:. K. KoDdB. O.TSI 25 

Storks. a».-urll1eB. etc. ... 500 OO 
Banking hous?, furniture 

nnd flxturpK 20.000 00 

Due from utlirr nalluaal 

banks 8,218 43 

'i^nk^!^ "!?'.*. . ."'. , , .".". . 11.732 01 
Hue (rodi nimmved reserve 

BKPuts i7r.,a45 m 

Clii'c'kR and olhrr raah 

It™* 3,97S ai 

\ot»H of other natlunal 

banks B,H* 00 

'"■"B'Tn'.a"'.^^?'."''"^' 54«49 

Speri* 20,027 35 

■.eKal-tender note* 7,000 00 

lledemptlun fund with 

treasurpr T. 8 2,500 00 

lalernal rvvenue Blamps.. 92 04 

Total ..,■. 11.237,281 52 



Llabllltlra. 

('aiiital alock paid In f 

I'ndLvId^ proflta. leas cur- 
rent exppDEes and laiea 
paid 

Nsllunal baak-aoleB out- 
Btandlng 

bankprB 

to check 

Ilemand ceitlflrateR of de- 

Tlmp rprlltlca'tpsaf'deiioart 
CeptlHPd ^•h«■^ 



. de,Ki. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



National Banks. 



^(ttea Bay — The McCartney Hational Bank 

VitLLIAU LARSEN. rre«[dent. JOSEPH II. TAYt.RR, ( 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



I-Jin. ind dlaconntB 


50,000 00 

S:iSI Sg 

8,600 00 
3.919 11 

071 32 
30.63S 85 
2.255 64 

318 00 

,.SS ?! 

3,000 00 
2,500 00 


Llab.lltlria. 

Capital Bt(K'lt paid In 


•S;K 8S 


V. S. bundB lo BH-ure dr- 


Inflivldrd prontB. leBB tur- 








Siofit, nwurHliii. ttc. . . . 

iUbt* ml Htite HDd mon- 

nitni uwutd 


Natlonal baDknotm out- 






iJiii' to state bank)) and 

Imnkpnt 

[ndlvldiial dcii^RitH, gulijn-t 

Timr wrUllriteii of' dp|)i)i."lf 




t<» from Mate bonkn and 


2,2;i7 44 


liw tnin «pprov«l rfiwrle 


JiiV-l'i'r ill' 








Total 




N'uln. «r Dlher nntlonat 
i><BlW 

Pmcikiiul cnrtvDcr. nlck- 








I'Til tnd.T notes 

iUWmpllon fund with 
tntmnr V. a 




Tiitil 


(516.266 04 


f51G.26l> 04 



Hodson— The i^rst National Bank. 

*. K. 3EKE-H-1180N, frpHldent. J. R. AONEW, < 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 











0, KPl-U 


■c dr- 


M'Tk-. iwuntiea. -tr. . . . 
IKafeinic U..II.P. furniture 


"iti-r [,il psiaiP and 

mnrtKiKwi nwnpd 

IHIF friisj aiiiiriinsl rexcrTe 


''hirlii and 


other 


caah 




thrr natlDUal 


FnnlnnDal 


rnrrpnrr 


nlck- 










fund 






wlth 









{349,883 50 
2 00 


12 


500 


us 


10 


498 

SIS 


00 
00 
40 


4 


122 


43 


5 


683 


00 


2f 


150 91 


025 


00 


tlI5 1.083 


^ 



Uaftllll 



rapltal ncock paid 
KurpluH fund . . . 
"ndlvlded profllB. 



li> Htatv baiikn and 
rlditnl dcjHiHltK, riuhjfi' 



206,598 71 
10.14U 2U 



Iry^^.OO^Ie 



National Banks. 



TanesTillfr-^The Fint National Bank. 

8. B. SMITH, President. JOHN G. REXFOHD, Cubia. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

Ll«blllll«. 

Oapllal Blo«k paid In |i25.«10 00 



Loans and dlBcounts 


r- K. iH-ndB ta 


secure c!r- 


Stacks. Mcurlt 
Banking house 


"■fu%tu^ 


Due from oth 


r national 


Due rrum stale 


banks and 


"IT 'St" """^ 


ved rpserve 


I'Jirrka and 


Cher cash 




r natluual 


rractional eur 


ency. Dkk- 


Snecle 



Itedemptlon 
Due from t lb 
Total . 



t eipeuiM^ and t 



stand Ing 



I state banks and 



Total (709,230 03 



JanetTille — ^Rock County Kational Bank, 



. JACKMAN, Prcsidcn 



. r. RUUNHAM. Casblcr 



Statement, November 2S, 1902. 



Overdrafts 
U, 8. bonds t< 



l>iie from state banks and 

bankers 

Hue from approved reserve 



other cnsli 
ther national 



Due from tre 
Total . 



*3fl2 


SSI 


ss 


25 


000 


00 


60 
20 


000 00 
550 00 


e 


140 


so 


4 


237 


00 


* 


150 


00 


It 


i 


68 
00 


I 


250 
000 


82 


$580,222 


50 



ipltal stock paid In flOO. 

Surplus fund 30, 

' - "-Ided proBls. less cur- 
C expenses and tr — 



■•'atlonal bank-notes ouC- 

KlandlnK 

adivldual deposits, subject 

l~>eniand 



:l,3i; 37 

3,037 M 
5,815 24 

,0 ^r,-i 311 
,0.000 on 



Total »bB0.J2a 50 



Di;;-izp.i::y^iUUV 



National Baiika. 



Kankanaa — Fint Hational Bank. 



.. FRAMBACH, PresIdeDt. 



FRANE F. BECKER, Cuhler. 



Statement, November 26, 1902. 



mortgBsn owned ■ 



Due from • 

I'ue fnin approve 



and otbcr cash 



national 



Ijrml-t^nder Qotea . . 
llwlpmptlun ruad 



12,500 00 
24,775 00 
2,076 00 

S,338 31 

914 07 

30,98a 30 

258 92 

210 00 

226 52 
8.424 40 
6,000 00 

625 00 



Total (818,341 24 



^lumlua fuDil . 



1 vidua J drpuBllB. sub 

eiieclt 

IP cerllDi'iilPB of (I^|i 



i2,sao 00 

1,44B 43 
40, 31*2 3T 



Kenosha — First Kational Bank. 



ZALMON G. SIMMONS, Prealdent. 



CHARLKS C. BROWN, Coahlcr 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Reii«are«B. 



[•Ul 



bankrra 



D approved reserre 

ilwki and other "cBl4l 
ilema 

Nq1« of otber natloDal 
tonka 

FnctloOBl cnrreDcr, nick- 

Spetle ■.'.■.■.■.■.'.'.■.'.'.'. 

Lfnl-tender notes 

KnieDiptlon fuDd wltb 

Dk from treamrer H. S. 

Total |1 



"1 


787 


07 


21 


000 
898 


!§ 


3 


228 


94 


23 


792 


15 


1 


288 09 1 


335 


921 


72 


6 


611 


94 


s 


2S0 


00 


SB 


184 12 
082 60 


2 


ss 


00 


,6flB,66T 


73 



Copltal stack paid ii 



jtandlng 

IndlTldual depoaita, aublect 



ertlOcates o( de- 



:8,Q00 00 
4.793 90 



. .(1,665, sei 73 



Dirizp.lry^^.OO'^Ie 



National Banhs. 
La Crosse — The H&tional Bank of La Crosse. 

'. IllXON, PreBldent. GEURtiE W. BURTOS, CsBbler. 

Statement, November 2E. 1902. 



- lAans nnd iIIrci 



S. depoBlts 

Slncks, Hprurltlea, etc. . 
Uunkliig houge, riiraiture 

BQd bankem 

I>ue fi-om approved re- 
serve sfceatB 

<.'beirks aud ut^er casli 



MabllltlH. 




raplul Block p»1d Id .. 


(350,000 00 


















XatloDal bank-notes out- 












































United States depuslta . 


190.909 .-10 



Ladysmith — First National Bank. 

. MANNINO, PreaEdent. O. E. PEDERSON, CuWer. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 






Leans and 


diK. 


roimt 




r. S. bfiiida t 


BPC 


ro clr- 


llnnkliiK 1 


1™ 


p.' Ill 


bonda. 
rnllure 


Due from a 


OVFd 


rpserve 


y,!Z''Kf 


oti 


er national 


Frartlonal 


i-u 


IPLC 


, nlck- 










Itedempllo 


U 


rund 

8. 


. . "."^ 









1,200 

03 
6.00& fl 



Lldlillltlea 



vipeaaes and taxea 

[dividual dppualttt. subjert 
Imp oiTtlfli-atPS of depoBlt 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Brt»i-.s. 



lake Geneva — Farmers National Bank. 

l.LT,S, rrcsKliTDt. E. D. ll[i'IIAI(l>»0> 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

I.lnhlllllrii. 



. ti;ii 



I'rmliiBion I'. K. tH>nds. 
I'liklu bontr. turDltnre 

I'uc rnim approTHi rraerve 



144 'J 



UIO 40 



''■iliniipf iuii>s 



Tom tlTi.K 



lIlllBl - 





d tai^a 




dlTldiiaT depoEiitB 


BUbjMt 


mnnd .■prllilrHti' 


H Of d»- 



Xake 'Genera — First National Bank. 

A[,VAN K. TVLBH, TreBldsnt. JOSIAII BAnFIKLD, OsBhfer 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



IHr frniD ■■■le tuiDks and 
*!!*■!• »iiil Ipfnil tender 



(;rm,liO CD 


, 


50.000 00 




2.a«0 DO 
4.875 00 




att.308 00 


\ 


10,401 00 


■ 


' '2«7 2B 




t440,84T Ot 





Limb 1 1 It Im. 



Vniflvldpd prr»fllH. Icha 



Individual di'iiiiKltH, 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Natwnal Banks. 



Jfadison — Fint National Bank. 

N. B. VAN BLVKB. PteBldent, WAYNE RAMSAY, CaahlM. 





""■ 


$810,942 M 

75,000 00 

950 00 
48.300 2T 

7.0T9 00 

136 IT 

224,89.1 4C, 

*,0T3 78 

3,390 00 

850 81 

7)340 00 

3,750 00 


rn]il(nl 8tn 
rndivldpd 

JE" 

standing 
Due to St 

Tnd savl 

lo^heck 
Demand ce 

I)ep..Blt8 « 
ine oflle 

Totu 


LlabllUlea. 

(;k iiald In f 


IMI.OTiO < 




■e clr- 


an'k'-noteV ' oat- 




r. ». bonds to secure 


U- B. 


14,93-2 ti 




ilture 






ate banks and 






ust rompanles 
epoaltB, Bu'bject 






a'slii'd 


18,162 3 




■tlflcates of de- 

'^'Aemiit'n".'.'. 
V. S. dlBburs- 




niip from approved rewrve 


505,292 6, 


<'lHTks and othor 


cash 




N'lircB of oMier ni 
Kr«Mlon«VViiVreicj 


loDal 












KeclemplIoD fund 
Ireflsiirer IT. S. . . 


....i 






,321,100 27 











Hanitowoc — The national Bank of Kanitowoo. 



L. U. MOSiCS, PreBiaent. F. T. ZESTNEB 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 
RpKoarcca. l.lBbllllleB. 

eoantB $187,757 49 I 



verdi-aftB 



riirnltur 



52,417 00 

25.000 00 
14,059 73 



Itpdcmptlon 
Total 



legal tender 
fund with 



32,192 55 
1,250 OO 

. ):37T,3t5 R4 



ick paid In. . 

»nrplus fund 

I'ndlTlded protlta, Iras i 



Itial depoBltH. BUliJect 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 28t 

Kariitette— First Kational Bank. 

JESSE SPALDING. PreBident. WARREN J. DAVIS, Caihler. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



m uid illaconii 



(twnlrirti 




r. s, boDdx t 


Btcnre clr- 


lUAlw houK. furalture 


[>» [mm ot 


b'eV^ °.:rn«i 




e blDhi ud 


IKtf trom ipproved reservt. 


ni«b. ,Dd 


other ciiBh 


■"r.k,"' -"■='"■■""'-»' 


^■^.l■llona| ™ 


rrcncj, nlck- 






ruml'"With 
3 


Tom 





(778 


256 77 
12 19 


25 


000 00 


IB 


III 77 


2 


735 TB 


2 


181 02 


72 


714 00 


1 


870 35 


1 


880 00 




SIS 

000 00 


32 
33 


1 


250 00 


1861 


701 88 



Llabllltlea. 

■k paid la 



CapKal H 

"urpliui iuiiu ..... p . 
ndlTldcd profltB, IcaB 



21,782 58 
25.000 00 



Itarinette — ^Ihe Stephenaon National Bank. 

^- *■ Vak clEVE, Prealdent. H. J. BROWN. Caaliler. 

Stat«ment, NoTetnber 26, 1902. 






'!"nlrif(, , 
roittlon . 



..»!, 208.0 



"« from other : 

hinh 

[lot froa state t>a 



■Dd otfacr cash 
if other natloQai 
al carrencr. nick- 



Total ?2,176, 



188 37 
,000 00 



738 08 
,600 00 



LlabllttlPH. 



ililtnl stock paid Id . . 

idlvlded profltR. less vi 
rcDt ei peases and tai 



paid 
National tianli-notee out- 

Htandlng 

Individual deposlt>, subject 



25.000 00 
700.548 71 



Dirizp.lry^^.OO'^Ie 



Nalioiuil B'liiliv. 



Marshield — ^American National Bank. 

W. I), t-()N'NOR, rrtaldcDt. O. G. I.[MH:MANN. 

statement, November 25, 1902. 



"^"l 


■iriM, 




,.m 


,tlier national 


m BUte bHuha and 


m « 


proved 


reserve 


and lillK 
rpvemip'B 


■"i^ 








nrtp 


fun 

r. S. 


■ 'iith 



j-;i2.N.M y« 



12,173 G8 

l,2tll 36 
87 ,-'123 70 



I.IhIiIIK 

(niiiliil Hl».'k |>n1(l 1.1, 

Siiri'liiN iMPd 

I'nillviilPd |)n>nih. Ipkb 
rent piin-niteH imd li 



Due In siHte Lnnks aaO 
iDdlvldiiHl drpbdita. milijert 



Harsbfield — First national Bank. 

ADAM HAKiClt, I'resLilent. BDW. I.. Ri:i:Si:, Cnshici. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



I.liibllli 



IriiiiiiR nud diKCi 
V. H. liondBto 



rtind wltb 



ay, 500 


00 


0,01)0 


00 


n.i»3 


47 


72.140 


311 


3,4<i2 


4« 


ilbilo 


Oil 
00 


l,l2j. 


50 


'•n.:,n 


::7 



Individual [letxiKlis. nulij.-i't 

lo clici'k 

inand <vrtl11i'iiteii at d«- 



Dirizpd.yCOOl^le 



National Bauha. 

Xedford — ^Fint Hational Bank. 

Statement. November 25. 1902. 



I.'in. UDd diH. 


>uiits 


r. K- hoodH to 


■wure Hr 


ITMUlnm* on 1 
B«oliliifl bouiw 


■jissr™ 


[>w [rom olb 


c nallooal 


Inif fpom approTed rpeerve 


rh«-ks and other cart 


fractlonsl rnr 


ency. nlck- 






md'"iitii 



0,543 31 
14,081 D4 



437 no 

11411,273 a-i 



l.lahl..ll«ii. 

-Hlillal KlrH'k paid (□ I.tr.. 

■mllvlili^ promi.' ipHii '■■iiV- 
rpDt expranfR ami liim 
paid 4, 

.'aOunal bankDotm oii(- 
Mandtnit H, 



,760 OH 

,uuo 00 

210 07 

.b-iZ 13 



Total »UIM' 



Henuha — The Pint Kational Bank. 



niARLRS It. SMITH. PrealdcDt. 



GI^OltfiE H. VTZ. Caahlcr 



KaDhtnE bouse, furnltare 

and flilnm <, 

Rn! Mtite owned 

!<pwl? 



Statement, November 29. 1902. 



Llaklllt 

«(oi-k paid In l«n.fH 

4|821 32 I paid ".'!'.".™.""". .'?*" 10,730 83 
[ NatlODal bank-nolffl ont- 

2.000 00 BtandlDg 20.000 00 

2,704 72 DepoflICa 386,859 15 



Pd.yGoogIe 



'JO Naiiaiml Banks. 

Henomonie — Pint National Bank. 

;ANK J. Mfl-ICAN. I'rPBldent. W. C. KIBBNACK. C»»h1»r, 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Aan huuHP. rurniCurc 

d flxlnrM 

r rpBl *8tBle and mort- 



I LlabllitlCB. 

91 OS rai>itnl ntnrk paid In fOO.n 

10 83 ; Surplus fund O-d 

lindfvldrtf profllB. IfBB cur- 
no no rpnt oippnBpB nnd Ibim 

no 00 paid 7.6. 

[12 60 National banh-noteB oul- 

I BtandlnK M.j' 

idlTtdual dpjMsltB. BiibjNt 



17.245 76 
1,000 00 
1.403 8B 



■a <tt deposit 374. 



.781 an 

394 SI 



Krdeinptlon riinu 



Total tfllO.Hni 3 



Herrill — The National Bank of Merrill. 



I. IIKINKUAN. President. 



GEORGE A. t-OSTER CasWer. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



LlnbllltleB. 



I-i«ns 


and dlaeountB 




r, a. 


IwndB to Bocure cir- 


RankI 
and 
ni'e 


BecurltlcB. e 
IT house, (a 


■Sltu^ 


pom other n 




Pil^f 

Bff 


■om approved 


■eacrve 


and other 


cnah 


NotPB of other national 


Frart 


r<nal currency 


nicl!- 


8p..-i. 






s^rT.v.'r. 




lii£^ 


.*!'"! 



1.112 
100,000 ( 



1482,043 ST rapltal stock paid In 

. -.n ».. fjurpiiig fund 

lindlvlded profits. Ims coi 
rent exiienseB and taie 



1 10 

4,375 00 

8,793 28 

40,775 65 

0,470 67 

1,000 00 

315 10 
24,000 50 
10.000 OO 

G.OOO 00 



to other national 

I'ldnal depoaitB, subject 
uid rert'lflcBte's' ot de- 
' certlflcatea oC deposit 



!0,04S 41 

lO.OOO.M 



4.012 31 

2,753 21 



Total t758.3g3 3t 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Naiiondl Banks. 



Uilwaokee — Fint National Bank. 



V. G. IIIUliLOW, i-reslden 



V. J. KIl-1', C'a> 



Statement. November 25, 1902. 



...(10.643, 



I'. S. bnlidi io' 
I'. S, depoalts 



Ihip from approved i 
<'bprts lad otbcr cat 



t'rx-tronil 

Dlrkrls. csDta 

SpMic 

l.rcal-tpn<)i>r notps .... 
Bnlpmprlna fund vltl 

immrfr IJ. S 

RFTtnue Rtampii 

Tolal fie. 484,601 3 



LlabilKlcD. 

Tapltat »1ffk paid 1q... f l.r.iKj.oiMi ii 

SarpluB fund GUO.OOO (J 

Undivided proflts. ]?B8 
rurrent oipenBea and 
taiea paid 3i1I),h.-(1) J 

oil I Hi and I UK 511. WMI (I 

IXie lo uther nntlanal 

banks 2.1ia.T4« 7 

ntic to atatp baDkB and 

bankera 1,21)K..">:1T (j 

and HavlnER .lanka.., l:>4,'.i]ll r< 

DlvldpndH unpaid 2 Ti 

Individual deposllc. aub- 

Jeot lo check 9.4r.2 2r>l 4 

Drmand cert [flea tea ol 

deposit 2,a21„VI7 « 

Cerllfled checks 40,7«(i U 

I'nitert Stntes depoalts.' 224!:..-i7 2 

ppposlta of r. a. dlB- 

burstDg officers 15U,04'J a 



Pd.yGoogIe 



National Banks. 



Milwaukee — The Marine National Bank. 



WA8IIINCTO.N BUCKI'iU, I'lfBirliiH. A. 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



II. LINDSAY, 



I/ian» and dlBmunts »l,072.4.->0 I 

I iviTilrnfiH 35.l:i5 a 

U. M, bonds lu Bceiire clr- 

culslton 50,000 

(I. S. bonds to Bsi-are U. S. 

depoglta 150,0(10 n 

l-ivminnls od II. S. bonds. I*,2M 

StockB. BeciirltleB. etr. ... 20::, 585 U 
Hue rnim otlipr naMoDal 

banka 03,958 2 

bnnlnTS 220.205 5 

Due from approved iTBetre 

Hgents 500.792 8 

Cheoka and other coBb 

Items 6,956 

Exchnngea (or cl earing 

hnnae 68,262 9 

NdtPB of uther national 

banks 869 

Kpactlunal currencjr, niek- 

Siied'e ■.■.■.■.■.'.■.■.■.".■.■.'. 216.;fir. 

l,enal-(em|pr notes HM.OOO 

ItfHlpmpllon fund with 

trcnsiircr I'. S 2,500 

Internal rfveniie ntBuipa. 105 8 

Total (;3,NOt,177 7 



l,l«billtlea. 

l-ai>lt«] stork paid In *^'<|' 

i'ndlTldcd pmHtB.' less' ciir- 

PBld 

National liank-nolPB out- 

Btandlng 

Ilii« to otiier national 

bankBra 

Due to trust companies 

and Havings banks .... 
Due to approved reaecvo 

Individual deposits, subject 

Ppmand certiacstsB' ot'de-' 

CnablBr's cbvcks ootBtaad- 

luE 

Unllpd States doposlts . . . 
MabllItl«B other than thoHc 

Total (3.801,1 



Pd.yGoogIe 



}fatiotuil Banks. 



Hilwankee — ^Hilwaakee ITational Bank of Wisconsin. 

CKORGP. W. STUOHMRVUB. I'reeldent. W. !■'. FILTER, Caebier 

SUtement, November 2a, 1902. 



Rraonreca. 

t^ui« ind dlBcouats tl,' 

t>Tprilr»ttii 

r. a. bonds to wcure cir- 

r. *. bonds'to Becure U.' 8.' 

i'ninluma on U. S. boada. 
Mtniks. HTUrlti^B. etc. . . . 
BaDklDK bnuge. funiUure 

rHi- from otber' DatloDai 

llu« from ((ate banks and 

bank* rs 

Jtar tram approTed reaerTe 

Kiihaiifcea for clearing 

\oini of other national 

F-riii-iFooai' Currency.' ii'lck- 

plu. crnta 

Sprrlf 

IMIpmpllon fiiQd with 
tr™i.nrer n. S 

Toial I 



' 2T 


SI! 


50 


000 


00 


152 


000 

800 


00 


90 


000 


00 


109 


«.,.| 


26 


5B4 


•» 


315 


«,..=| 


T7 


274 


se 


* 


361 


00 


91 


120 
000 


69 
00 


2 


BOO 


00 


3.039 


785 


41 



LtabllltlH. 

Canital ncock paid Id 



Dae to a tale banks and 

Due to trust companies 

and aaTlnns banks 

Reserved (or taiee and 

IndlildUHl deposits, subject 

Demand certlBcates or de- 

Certltled' e'h«cks ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
'iBBhIer'g rhreks outstand- 

InB 

Tnllfd !<tBIea deposits . . . 



Pd.yGoogIe 



National Banks. 



Hilwaakee — National Exchange Bank. 



J. W. r. LOMBARD. rr«aldent. 

StaCement, November 25, 1902. 



RANT FITCn, Cisbler. 



RMonrcM. 

Tx>ans and dEKOunts ....12 


,8r.0,048 

2I!0.000 
518,Wi5 

270,180 

149,476 

400,000 
2.871 

25.005 
305.7T1 
23.125 


48 

00 
43 

48 
OS 

00 
00 


UabllUleB. 

Caiiltal Block paid In 

todlTlded pron'ta, "Ipss cn'r- 

NaSar'^^^^'Lv ■ 11^ 
standing 


'5KSS 


I!. S. bonds lo secure clr- 




IT. 8. bonds to secun U. 8. 


&T.63* 21 


RliHikf.. Beoiirilles. (fc. . . . 


482,500 on 




D^^to state" 'binka and 




1 >in.' trom approved rewrre 


Individual depoalta, aubject 




nip<-kB and oilier cash 






Ki.-lmnxe for clearing 


Time cerHtlcates of deposit 


llD..1ft8 02 


Noi™ of other national 


CsBliier'B checks outataad- 

[Tniled Sla'tek' deii.iBits ' . .'. 

DepoKlts of U. S. dlsbura- 

Ini oBlcen. 




'''™'K"''c"entB''"''™'^'* '"''''" 












lbxlpni])t[on fund wICb 

treaaurpr U. B 

Iiiip from tn-asurer U. S, 
llpvpuup atampB 


Total 1 




Totnl %T 


«o3,o.-i;( 


:t.^. 


.803.oa:i K 



,d,GoogIe 



National Banks. 



Milwaukee— WUconun National Bank. 



FRBD PABST, PresldCDt. 



<-IIARLRS R. ARNOLD, Caibler. 



SUtement, NoTCmber 25, 1902. 



Ixuiond discounta ....t 


GO.OOO 00 

250.000 00 

12.750 00 

545.590 28 

5,455 23 

830,367 18 

280.535 6B 

.355,672 34 

2. see 38 

150,087 46 

22,780 00 

2,602 77 
W)4.R4H (10 
111.506 00 

2.BO0 00 
45S 00 


LlaHilHlH. 

CaplUI Block paid In 1 

UndlTldpd profits," !»■ car- 
rent eipenses aod taiea 


„rt)0.000 00 






■(-pwiB 


National iiank-not™ out- 




Miiictot ««ur[tl*a. etc. . . . 
CnralfBr* tnd fliturM . . . 
IKiF from utU^r natonal 


Rswrvfd For tain and UD- 

Dn" to other nHtloiiai 


34,732 08 


l)uF rrom gtate bank* and 








and bbtIdrh baDks 

DlvldpDdi unpni" 

iBrtlvldiial deposits, subject 




I'bHk. ud other casb 




y,%tb«^ tor cleartni 




Hemand eertiflcates of de- 


,081,280 71! 


Fnrtlooti fBirency. nlci- 


Cashler-a checka outataod- 




spwif ;:".:.■.■..:..■. 

sSp'S'-ra-'wiih 


Tnlted Statea depoalU ... 
Deposits of r. S. dlsbnrg- 




..'.1"!"„'j:.fw.-ii;-;.- 


Total »V 




loUl 812.378.700 IH 





,d,Google 



National Banls. 



Mineral Point — Fint Hational Bank. 

'KNllAI.l.ilUON, riMldent. PHII-. Al.l.K} 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

H«ODI 

rBpllBL 





BtUllUtS 




r. S. boDdH 


to Bwurt 


cli^ 


r. a. Iionds on hand 

Stocks. BMurltles. etc, . . . 
KanklDK houae. riirnllnre 


Other real efltnte 
mortitages owntd . 


and 
and 


luli- triim Bp[iruvpil reaerve 


< hnka and 


other 


CBBU 


NoI«. of o 


her nallonal 


I'-racKonal currency, nick- 




iC^fmnhm 






fund 


with 









(4*7.832 32 




2B.OO0 00 




i:300 00 




2.1SS 45 




g.800 00 




I.IOO 0» 




Sii.oin u:i 




107 a 




1.700 00 




S 01 
4;8fi0 00 
1,250 OO 




»OI2.7.1T :<:. 





irplHB 






'onl bank-notes out- 
Individual deiioolts, subject 



llemand ferllflpatcB 

P"isit 

IIIIIh payahte 



Uondovi— The First National Bank. 

.AN. I'lraJdcnt. II. SOUTH WORTH, Cnsblcr 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 

ncBonrrea. I .'LiBUIiltlpD. 

[I dljicHunts »'....747 04 Tapllal Btock paid In »i.">.(M)fl •" 

rii^Hded l>rafllii."lei« eii'r- 

7,1 ".'".™.!"^..'""! ;I.1BS 4:l 
mat bank-mitea <iut- 

HtandUie 12. .'.im i"' 

IndivlduardviHiHltH, mihjei-t 

lo chM-k ri7..141i W 

livninnd wrtllli-at^ iif de- 



2,5UO UO 
Ii2& 00 



Total (1-8.0IB 0» 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



National Bank's. 



Honroe— The First National Bank. 

IIK.VRV LLUI.OW. I'retldent. C. W. TWl.NINO. C«Bhiel. 

StatemeDt, November 25, 1902. 



i'"*rdf»n 




I-. M. iHiDdfl lo secut 


e clr- 


KiiickfL uKurltlM. etc. . . . 
!:aDklnE hnuw, tnmllure 


Kw fmm lOtf baok 


> and 


Iiuf /rom ippravcd reserve 


rhH-k,. >nd other 


UBh 


N..t« o( other natloDal 


•■■rBPtlonsI rurreacT, dIcK- 




Kr<l?ni|>t1<iu rnnd 

lt«»urer r. S. . 

j>tw. from treimurer 


i;'. ' s! 



Llnbllltle*. 

Capital Bicit'k paid In 


(100.00(1 


t.udivldHl piufllB. [PHH cur- 
rent expenses and tai» 


^^"BtandiDB 2". .■"! .™. . r^ 


6U.0UT 


IHvldends unpaid 

Individual deposits, aubjsct 




l>emaD(t e ret 111 cs tee of de- 


aaa.o'ji 



Neenah. — national Hannfactaren' Bank. 

'. VAN' ((STltASn, I'reBittent. B. B. .MORGAN, < 

SUtemenC, November 25, 1902. 

lilabllltlvs. 



ITemlum. na l'. S. 


boudn. 
■n'Hure 




olher anliuusl 




late hanks and 


I'w tr..m a 


.pr..ved 


™-rve 




1 olher 


rush 


\"r« ..f 


■ther a 


tlunal 




piirremy 


nk*- 









ipltal stock paid In 

idlvlded profltB, lean cur- 



|Tr>.OOI) OO 



fund wUb 

r. a 



15,^6:2 GO 
12,274- 02 
2,. 107 42 
1.22)1 S8 
74,327 01 
2,202 -29 

i,r>02 00 
ass a.i 

27.412 72 

1.840 00 



Indlrkliial depOHll 
Tinu- i-erlllli-nU's 



Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



398 Natwnal Banks. 

Neerah — National Bank of NecBali. 

IIOUERT SlirELLS, Presldenl. JOHN P. SHIRLLS, Cashl». 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



mil dlBCOUDls (467.401 IS 



}sDka 



iiD approved reserve 

and otber casb 

ol other DRtlonal 

inal currencr, nlck- 



Spccle 

l*lcHl-tender notes 

Rriiemptlon fund vLth 




Capital alwk paid In fT5,(H 

SurpLUB fund "' ■" 

li'ndlvfdpd pruntt, less car- 
rent ^ipenai-H and taxes 



liup to other national 
Individual dppoalta, subject 
Time cenlflcaiea o'r'cieposlt IStilSI 



Hew London — First Hational Bank. 

D. MOSKS, Prealdenl. S. T. RITCHIK. T 

StAtenient, November 25, 1902. 

l.lnMlltl». 



l^nnn and diacouniB 1247.770 S7 

Overdraf ta 591 M8 

r. H. uupda to secure dr- 



Capltal stock paid ii 

Suniliia rund 

t;ncflrldpd pruflta. lei 



150.01 



6,044 07 
00,510 04 
3,137 65 
1,867 00 

303 02 

14,05H 4- 
..6,000 



1.418 31 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



Naiio)uil Banks. 



Occnomowoc — First National Bank. 

G. HEISSNER, President. CUA3. D. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



SrlS"-"""---.- 


1136.475 IT 
408 26 

43,928 40 

354 70 
46.797 02 

219 DO 

ao 39 

9,039 56 
11.000 00 

626 00 
92 04 


LlAblllttea, 

("npltsi Btock paid In 

Surplna fund „.. 

[.'ndlv1d€d proBta. lem cur- 
reDt eipeaaH and taieg 


fSO.OOO 00 










i!ir.."::£"'rss-.».i 


Xatlonnl bank-oot™ out- 

BtindlDK 

iDdlrldaal drpoBlta. subject 


12,600 00 




129,947 75 




Demand certlflcates of de- 




80,493 93 






<li«k. iDd olher cuh 




Nc.i« ol olbcr lutloDBl 




tufiloiul eurreDcy. alet- 




sp«% """.;.■.■.■.■.■.■.■;.■.■.■. 

I'm trnder nam 

K'd'miiLloD _ land witb 




ToUl 


(278.461 27 


(27^,461 27 



Oconto — Citizeni' National Bank. 



R. G. SriliMWAY. I'resldeot. 



ReiM»rccB. 

id diacouQlB 



rulatlon 
dpjwilti . 



ice V. 8. 

„, J. bands. 

*\ik\\ ■Huridn. etc. . . . 
VviU.Bt bouie. fu ID It a re 

and liinrH 

l"if froDi other nattonal 



'"[f tnm Biale banks and 
li"e,froii approied reserrc 
'liwki and other curti 



il-lmdrc Doles 



teme 

1250 


at, r 

183 
3T3 


OVO 

IT 


60 


000 


00 


1 


BOO 


00 

00 


IE 


000 


00 


2 
3 


367 
022 


E7 
46 


35 


712 


6.-5 


1 


293 


as 


4 


310 


00 


10 
6 


170 00 
460 00 


a 


600 


00 


(461 


165 


68 



Tapltat stock paid in. . 

1 proSts. less t 
:penwa and Ca 



NalloDBl bank-notes out- 
standing 

banks 

Individual deposits, subject 



Demand certlHi-ntfs of de- 
■nltfd Ktnles'dciioaria''.'! 



1.009 U 

oo.aofi 7 

1117,1178 T' 



TotBl (451.155 5 



Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



300 Natwml Banhs. 

Oconto — Ocoato National Bank. 

Gr:OR(ir. IUI:YP:I{, PrcBldent. WILLIAM K. SMITH. Cashier. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



RpaoarccH. 



Lonng nnd d 


L'ounls 


V. a. bonds 


o secure cir- 


KU.cks. BccurllieB. etv. ... 
UBnkIng house, furniture 


ime. teom Ma 


te banlis and 


'"IT 'nlT "'*' 


roved reaerre 


(■li..rk» BQd olher «Bta 


Xiilfs of 


i«r DalloDBl 




rrency. nlck- 






lltflSmpllo"' 

Internal rev» 

Tela! 


ruDd irltb 



7,000 00 
I.ETl 08 



Llablllllca. 



Capital stock pntd in.. 

Surplus fund 

Ij'Diflrided proQla. less < 



standing 
Demand cert 



2,781 i; 
19,000 01 



's utiier than those 



4.500 


44 

00 


"o 


64 


J310,M8 


4« 



Omro— First National Bank. 



r. A. WflKICLKR, I-ivslUcnt. W. 1'. nilRi:!,! 

statement. November 2G, 1902. 



Haiiklnti hi •line, f urn I In re 



210 21 1 

i 
0,7.'iO 00 



LlBbllllteB. 

■k paid In J2."..0ttfl m 



ionnl Iiank.iKitea out. 
h-lHimfcluiMiail'i.'.'BiihJert 



rmni tno.4i 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



Naiityrud Banks, 



Oshkosh — Commercial NBtional Bank, 

li If. nOB, Pnvldent. TnOMAS r 



SUtera«nt, November 25, 190Z. 



iifl from n 


V. S. bonds. 
tl«, etc. .-. 

le^baakB aad 


"»"■•"""""'" 


LliMkB and 


other cash 


^"tank"' '"^'' """'"'■' 




""ts 


Tmltfuder notM 

Bsfcopunn fund with 

irfunrer 11. 8 

Inlemil rewnuc atamps.. 

Toui j: 



6 

ion 


774 

000 


3S 

Of) 


78 


047 
222 


01 




129 


ei 


76 


S02 


21 




631 


50 


10 


4-n 


1)0 














15 


wu 


00 










la 


65 


,08^ 


482 


RO 



^.labtlltlH. 



Hurptiis fund 

rndlvMrd pnints. iPtia 
rent fXiiFners and t 



■ banks and 



tea of de- 
of depoBit 



Tolal $I,0S2.4I12 H 



Oahkosh — German National Bank. 

H-JEXKENS, President. C. H. KEIPPENE, i 



SUCement. November 25, 1902. 






fulilkm 



OltPr iHil MtatV'and 

mottjiKea (■uned 

I>oe (tom other national 

">» trem approved reserve 

„«ffiiti . 

Inwk) ana other cash 

'■0^ ol ■ iiher ' nat'ional 

F^MtoiKj ciirreDcv ' nlck- 



J;5"l-l«ider 



rQQd with 



M71 


729 
266 


63 


25 


S3S 


10 




404 


50 


46 


985 


97 




673 


15 


52 


202 


41 




S38 33 1 




SB3 


00 




046 


68 


20 


000 


00 




2G0 00 ( 

436 00 1 


(6B8 




90{ 



Itnt stork paid In. 

ivlded profits, less 
'nt expenses and (. 



ndlvldunl deposits, su 
[Remand certlAcates o 



5,000 00 
2,H30 34 
3,295 24 



■B or deposit 197,0 



Total (058.620 00 



:yC00gIe 



302 National Banks. 

OshkoBh — ^The Natiooal Bank of Oafakosh. 

SAMUEL M. HAY, President. CHARLES 8CBRIBKR, Casbler. 



Statement, November 2S, 1902. 



u 


anK and dlaco 


untB 


;...! 


u 


rli^X^ '" 


eecu 


re clr. 


Lt 




tur 


U. 8. 


R 

n 


nklnK liaune 
e (rom oth? 


"'tu 


tlonil 


n 


e from alate 


banks and 


i> 


e from approied 


■emrve 


I' 


?rt°'%i.d"oii;r 


cash 


>! 


tPB at otlie 


r-l," 


llonai 


y 


HPllnnal ciirrpuoj 


nick- 











434 TG 
,974 29 



24,000 00 
3,500 00 



..(2,130,863 2« 



fapltal slock 
Surplus fund 
t'adlTided |irt 



Llnbllltlea. 

paid In.... 



[ndlvldual depaalts. subject 



Times certificates ot de- 

poalt 1 

United States deposits. . . . 



Total t2,13B.n5S 2* 



>™ 


42.'i 
393 


71 


150 


700 


00 


50 


000 


OO 


2r. 


OOO 


00 


91 


nno 


72 


1 


741 


30 


3 

SB 

2( 

7 


9fiO 
B02 

42r. 

OOd 
R35 


00 
00 


7S 


OOO 


00 


.190 


802 


02 



Oshkosh — The National TTnion Bank. 

■. K. niDEOUT, rresldent. It. H. HACKETT. Cashier. 

Statement, November 25. 1902. 



Loans nnd discounts 

Overdrafts 

r, S, bonds to wpure li.' 3. 

deposits 

nankloK housp. tiinilture 

and fiiturpB 

nue from national ban kg. . 
riiie from approTed reserve 

( 'becks and other cash 

(■VsctlonHl'silTer'! " ! ! ! ! ! 
Rllls of other national 

banks 

MIrkels and cents 

fi'llver . . . .'.'.'.W'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Redemption fund 

City of Oshkosh. 4 pec 
cent, retundlng bonds . . 

Total 11.190, 



ipltal stock pfild in (ZOO, 000 iH 

SurplUB fund 20.000 (n 

I'ndivlded profltB 2^0fi2 1' 

rirculallno 1.^0.700 m 

Due to national banks... 24,227 S! 

bankers 29.154 3: 

Individual deposits, subject 

to check 22«.fift2 2t 

Time certlflcatea ot deposit 4fl0.ii75 7' 

I'nlted States deposits . . 60.000 Ot 



(1.190,802 62 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 



Feshtigo — ^FeshtiiTO National Bank. 

VnL ELLIS. JB., ITesldent. A. Q. FOWLBB. CuUlCr. 



StaUmeot, November 25, 1 





re clr- 


Vn-mlnBtt on U. S. 


honds 
-n'lturc 


inr froni otbtT natloDal 


IHie from spprovpd reserve 


Chfelw and other 


cash 


^"bTkiT' °"^ national 


Krarilonai cgrrencV. 


Dlck- 




"ISSS^.T'. 


'With 



. rnnltHl Btock paid In (35.0 

I'DdlvIdM profl(B. ]»8B cur- 
nt expenses and taxes 



Individual deposits, subject 
Demand certlflcates ot de- 
Tlme certlflrates of deposit 



2,ni>5 in 

0,000 00 
1,865 DU 



Total Ii:i7,4il2 7 



PlatteTJUe— First National Banfc. 

THOliAS JENKINS, Jr., President. W. M. HETIIEKINGTON, Cashier. 



Statemeot, Novemter 25, 1902. 



Resanrcca. 

'''■Ill (Dd dlsconnts 



llii' (rom other nstlonsl 

>V from statf banks and 

I'll' froo approTed reserre 

„«wil« 

<^>nii and other caab 

^oln flt other national 

lunta 

tnflloml rarrencx, • nlck- 



LlnMlltlH. 

Capital stock paid In 

' Surplus fund 

Undivided profits, less cur- 
rent expenses and taxes 



e,400 00 
I2,B12 77 

47 ao 



remand i^erllBcatea of de- 
posit 47, i; 

. Time certlfleotes of deposit 129,1' 



M 28 
8,E8B SO 
4,491 OD 



Total t416.S83 40 



Total 1413,283 40 



Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



National Banks. 



Bhinelander — Fint National Bank. 



CHARLES CBAFBB, FKBldent. 

Statement, 

RCBOarccii. 

IxianB Bud dliconnts .... ¥278,236 

.OTerdrattH 222 

^'cuiatlOE '. . ." .'.^1"™.? .'". 26,000 
■StocltB, BficuritlM, etc. ... 7,096 
BnnklnK bouse, hirDlture 

and flitnres 6,000 

Due from otber national 

banka 3,021 

Due from state banks aod 

bankers 1575 

Doe from approTcd reserra 

BxentB 38,656 

Cbecks and otber cash 

Items 26S 

Note* of otlier national 

banka 1,130 

Fractional currencT. nick- 
els, cents 106 

Specie 18,169 

I«((al-tender notfa 1,020 

Redemption fund with 
■ treaaurer U. 8 1,250 

Total .-HO.aTN 



W. E. ASHTOS. Caabter. 

November 26, 1802. 



i.i«biiittM. 



(50, 



Capital stock paid In 

Snrplas fund 

CndlTlded proflta. less car- 
rent eipenses and taxes 
paid 

National bank-notes out- 
standing 26, 

Due to other nations' 



DfTldenda unpaid 

Individual depoHlta. subject 

to check 122, 

Demand certificates of de- 



Total 1380.879 »T 



Sipon — ^First National Bank. 

,, FIELD, President. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



F. SPRATT, Cartiler. 



Loans and dlaconnta '^^J'stI Ob 

Overdtafts .■■ 1.8'.i 0» 



L' S. bonds on hand 
Stocks, securities, etc. 
Banking " """' 



furniture 
banks and 

■OTed reserve 



60.000 00 
20,000 00 
72,700 00 

8,800 00 

2,207 36 



Fracllonal' cDrrencj, nick- 

a^Ve'"'*' ■-■.-.■.■.■.■. 27,119 80 

K^l-tende^ notes ■ 13-300 00 

Redemption fund wltb 



Total 1793.734 05 



I.UblIltl«B. 

Capital atoek paid In *82'SS2 2 

Surplus fund 12,000 01 

UndLvlded proflta, leaa cur- 



Individual deposits, subject ■ 

to check 130,898 76 

Demand certlflcates of de- 

posit 267,621 H 

Time certieoatea of deposit 257,2*0 » 



Total t793.7Si^ 



Natumal BavJca. 



Bipon — Oennan Kational Bank. 



CHARLES COWAN, Freildeot. T. L. STONO, i 

Statement, NovMnber 2S, 1902. 



Louu ud dlMoanta t 

OT«rdnru 

U. 8. tMQda CO aecnre dr- 

cnlatfoa 

Banklu hoiue, fimiltare 



Butklu I 

Dor tron ipproved n 



Sottt of other natloDal 
Fncilaul currenc;, Dt<±- 



8p«de 

Lcul-toider notea 

B<draptk>n fond with 

trtMnrer D. B. 

Internal rtrenne stmmp*.. 



Capital stock paM In 

Snrpltia liuid 

UDdlTlded proflt^ ICM C1U- 



pald 

National bank-notM oot- 

standlag 

ladlTldual depoalC^ mblect 

Demand certlflcatM ol d»- 

piwlt 

Time certUleatea of deport IH. 



,696 H 

.800 oa 



Certified c 



Sluwano — Fint Kational Bank. 



W. C. ZACUOW, Prealdent. 



F. W. HUMPH BEY, Caabiw. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Loaua and dUeoimts t 

OTerdrarta 

V. S. iMndB to aecnre cli> 

cnlatloa 

PrmlDma an U. 8. Jwuds. 
Baotinc honae, farnltare 

Due froai other national 

DiK tram aoproTed raerrs 

CbKki and other caah 

Nat«> of other national 



8,793 i 
B1,S95 ; 



Total 1813,040 03 



I,lal»llltl«i. 

Capital itock paid la 

Undivided prollta, lea* cqt- 



8,400 M 

3.eoo 00 

TBS n 



paid 

NatlonaJ bank-notea ont- 

atandlns 

Dne to other national 

DiTldendi unpaid 

IndlTldnal depoalta, anbject 
to cheek 

Demand certlflcatea of de- 
posit . 



Total t3U,0W At 



:,ogle 



National Banks. 



Shawano— German-American National Bank. 

CHARLES R. STIER, Preflldent. F, J. MARTIX, Caal 



LoitDS and dUcounla 

eolation 

Premiums do U. S. bonds 
Banking bouse, rurnlture 

Due from other national 

Due trom aiiproved reserve 

Checks and other cash 

Notes ol ' other ' *Da'tlonBt 
bankB 

Fracllonal curreDCf, ntck- 
elB. cecCs 

Specie 

l^gai-tender notea 

KedemptLon fund with 
treasupep U. S 

Eipense 



:nplti 



LlabllKleB. 

stock paid In .... 
luonul bank -DO tea out- 

standlng 

le lo state banks a ad 

dividual deposits, subject 

■mand cerliScoies ot de- 

me certlflcHtes of deposit 
ipital stock paid in sod 
not certified 



7.500 M 

6.'iM 00 

41 £2 

a,23£ IB 



Sheboygan Falls — Dairymen's National Bank. 

STEliMAX THOMAS, Cashier. 
Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Loans and discounts |&8. 

V. S. bonds lo secure elr- 

ciilHtlon 18, 

Premluros on U. 8. bonds. 1, 

Banking bouse, furniture 
and flxtiires S, 

Diip from other national 

baoKfl 3, 

Pue from state banks and 

Due [rom approTed reserve 

Cliecks aid 'oiher'cash 

Items 

Nolm of other nallonfll 

Kmctlonfll' currency,' nl'ck- 

Specle '. ','.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.v. 7, 

I.eenl tender notfc 1. 

Kedetopllrm fund with 

Totnl J1'J2. 



1,075 as 

6.500 00 



Undivided protLtn. less cur- 
rent expenses and taxes 
_ paid 

bankers 

IndivldiiRl deposits, subject 

Demand certlflcatea ol ae- 

Tlme certificates of deposit 



Total 1122.581 flJ 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Katioiml Banks. 



Shallsbuig — First National Bank. 

KlIirAM LOOK, President. J. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



M. LEHR, Cashier. 



e and Qitui-eB. ■ 



SgfOIS 

CiiKiCM aim o[ 
Xulw oi'Vlber 



approved ceserre 
md otber ca^n 
tlooai 



21,925 04 
1,269 80 
39,026 Ze 
81 7S 
1,000 00 
S66 40 



Llabllltlea. 



National bank-notea out- 


Ddlvldual depo 


EllH, subject 


Demand certin 


ates of de. 


Tim- o-rllilcal^ 


s of deiMiHit 



7,980 4a 

2,sao 00 

5,144 OS 



Stevens Point — Citizens' National Bank. 



LOLIS BRILL, PrealdeQ 



:. McUILL, Caabler. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Banting 



louae. furniture 
nne banks and 



Ch'tlis iiid"otiier"ciisli 

Xo'" of other nallonai 

„btiU« 

Fractinnii cnrrencj, nlck- 

sp^'if '"! "*..*;.■.',■.■.■.■.■.■.■.'. 

Legiltender notes 

KedemiitliHi fund with 

Rptpnuf account 



25,000 00 

28,000 00 
21,168 84 
17 OO 
41,810 45 
2,767 38 
2,718 00 
04 86 



I :Surplua fund 
L'udlvldod II roots, 



31. 



Llabllltlea. 



eipensea and t 
standing 



idlvltlunl deposits, suliject 

lemaod certlHcates o( de- 
posit ,. 

Ime (.■ertlDcatPS of depusit 



763 58 
6,307 42 
7,830 IB 
3.071 42 



00 



. j4S0,9ne 00 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



StevesB Point — First National Bank. 



A, E. WEEK, Prestdeat. 



J. W. DUNEGAN, Caiblcr. 



Statemeat, November 25, 1902. 



Loana and d 

0*erdtattB 

D. a. boud( to MCDr* cU- 

culaUoD 

Stseki, aecnrlcleB, etc ■ ■ . 
Bank log booae, fumitore 

BcTemae atampa 

Dos from atate banks ana 



CbeckB and otber caah 
EichBDBes lor cleatlns 



LesBl-teDder 
Redemption 



732 56 

e,027 4T 

481 29 



Nolea of other national 
Fractional currency. nick- 



Total (097,945 71 



Capllal stock paid In . , 

Surplus fund - , 

UndiTlded proBta, lesa ci 



al deposits, subject 
certlficatea of do- 



2,065 06 

2,600 00 
171 00 

'0,097 13 

4,896 87 
4, BIS 6S 



Total (567,946 71 



Stonghton — First National Bank. 



L. D. M08B8, Preflldent. 



J. F. MELAAB, Caabltr. 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Loans and dlBGOunta (114,154 74 

Overdratta 6,328 12 

D. S. bonds to aecare clr- 

calatlon 12,5O0 00 

Premlgma on IT. S. bonds. "'" " 

Fomlture and flitures . . . 
Due from otber national 



Doe from atate banka and 
Dae from approved reserve 
Checks and otber casb 
Notee of otber national 
curtencf, nlcfc- 



455 SS 
23& 91 



787 BB 
357 71 
000 00 



els. centa 

I^EsI-tender notrs . . 
Bedemptlon fund 

treasurer U. S. dlso uu 

Total (211.042 22 



Liabilities. 

Capllal stock paid In 



paid _ 

National bank-notes oDt- 

standing 

Individual depoalta, subject 

Demand certificates of de- 

Tlme certidcatea'at deposit 



Total (2J1.» 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



National Banks. 



Tisrerton — The "Bint National Bank. 



1. K. B1DEH>DT, Preildea 



CHAB. J. WOJAHN. CuhlW. 



Sta 

It«aoarees. 

U. S. boQds to Becore clr- 


Lament. Nov 

(53,815 47 

3.0TB 00 
32 67 

2.104 40 
I 60 

1,236 00 
75 08 

'■ys ss 

1.250 00 


ember 25, 190:^. 

LlahllltlcB. 

as ssr-. .";.■.•;.• 

UndlTlded profit«, leu cur- 
rent eipeDBes and taiea 
pgjd 

Natlonii! bank-not™ out- 


»25,000 00 
800 00 


PremlDDui on U. 8. bonds 
BumuB house, fnnillura 


sae 24 




2S,000 00 




Due to other national 
banks 

Individual d^ioalts. •object 
to check 

Time certlflcatea of depoalt 

Total 


Dm from ipproTcd reaerre 
Checks and' ' other ' 'ciBh 
""^ of ' otiier' 'Bitlonai 


98 86 

14.926 88 
23.079 74 


rraclional currency, nick- 




i^l-tender notea 

Brffiaptlon fund with 
Cr««aai«T U. S. 






189,699 


72 


fso.eoo T2 





Wateitown — Wiaconnn National Bank. 



FBED UILLER, ITnldenL 



W. P. BROWN, Cashier. 



Statement. Norember 2E, 1902. 

Llalilllllca. 



BaDtlu boaae, furniture 

Other ml Mtste and mort- 

^pigBB owned 

Oat trom other national 



Due (rom approved r 

„ egHiu 

Cnnkg and other 

SolM Of "other "naMDiiai 

FTaclional' 'cu'trencj.' nlck- 

sp«Jie™";.'.'.".;.;.;;.'.'. 

L«Wt-teniler notes 

Hrifnipiion fnnd with 
treaniter U. 3 



. 1171,069 70 
0,032 OS 

20.000 00 
35.956 78 

6.795 73 

874 61 

T.aiS 47 

32,211 68 



6,000 
1.000 



Capital stock paid In 

Surplus fund 

Uodlvlded profltB, less cur- 
rent eipenses and taxes 
paid 



IndlTldUBl depositfl, aubjec 

to check 

Demand certificates of de 



20.000 00 
245 49 

60,832 34 



Time certlGcBtes of deposit 178,888 GT 



ToUi (350,152 14 



Total 1350.152 1 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



National Baitls. 



Waukesha — National Exchange Bank. 



•\ER, ITesidtnt. II. I". BRKIISE. Ctisl 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 





(388.025 
5.0B7 

23,500 

22,250 

-8,0S« 

762 

280 

404 
a2.74,t 

4.EU0 

»2.\ 


10 
G4 

u,-. 

00 
00 

s 


I.lBbllltlea. 

Capital Block p»Ld In 

Surplua fund 

Undivided profits, less cur- 

' 5tn°ndlng ...."...."...-." 

bankers 

Individual deroslts. subject 

to cbeck 

Demand ccrtlHcates ol de- 


loO.iNKI 00 






Stoohs. swurltles. ele. ... 
Banking House, (umlture 


8.382 SS 


Due from otter nallonal 




Due trum n|)p roved rpserve 
Chpi'ltH and otiier cash 
















Frnctlonnl cnrrencj. ulck- 








Legnl- fonder nolo* 

ItedeniDILon fund with 




Total 


St:23,-91 


fll 


Jfi2J.Tl>l 31 



Waukesha — Waukesha National Bank, 

AXDUi:iV J. I'lUMK. i'rtsWent. Hr:NRV M. I'RASIE. t 

Statement. November 25, 1902. 



Loan 


rafts 

ne 1 
n:al ■ 


ni SCO lint 




U. S 


to sen 


re olr- 








Bank 
Othp 
Dii- 


.use. furniture 
itateaiiil'morV- 
otiier" 'iinVlonai 


Due 


tate ban 


ks and 


Due r 


proved 


i-serve 


"r 


other 


en^li 


N..!.^^ of other nntiouat 


^""rj 


w^ts 


nirrency 


Blek- 


Sp.fi 






ss 


"nlnd- 






nith 










D,i;™d=,Coo<^le 



National Banks. 



Waupaca— National Bank of Waapaca. 



. >'. BOBl^RTS, PresldeDt. 



WM. DUESSEN, CBHhler. 



SUtement, November 25, 1902, 




epltsl gtook paid In 


»SO,000 00 
























iillvldual depoelu, subject 












posit 


158,733 01 



Waapaoa — Waapaca County National Bank. 



IIARLES ClItBCIIILL, Prei 



Statement, November 25, 1902. 



Tjibdi and dlBcoanta 



fjisBi and dlBCODDta (31ft. 0«4 8fl rapltal 

-. S. Wnds to aeeur. ' I- K .- 

iinkJBK bouse, fum 



B dr- 



iifbfr real niTACC ownea. 
Iiw from ^proved remrre 

(lii^-kH and olber caah 

No'H of other national 

Train lonal currancj, nick- 

Ijnal-ii-niler no'tM 

H»ib>raptlon fund witb 
irPMorer V. S 

ToUl 1 



12.riO0 00 rent eipenB«» a 

imld 

s'alluDel bank-no 

Htandlna 

ludlvldiiardp 
08.009 G- • ■ 

3,0eS 05 

a.ooo 



ni^k paid In t'- 



i :,-^,oo<^le 



National Banks. 



Wanpun — First Kational Ban^ 



I. HINCKLGS, PrMldeut. 



:. W. DAVIB. Cuhler. 



StatemeiLt, November 25, 1902. 



Reiooreea. 



ilEliie I 



house, fumltuie 



otlier national 



Notes D 

Fractional currency, nick- 



Bpecfe '.'.'.'.v.'. 

Legal-tender cotes . . 
BedemptloD lund 

treasurer V. 8. .. 
Bevenue stamps 



»216,77e 68 


12,500 00 
T8,2SG 00 


9,028 00 


28,690 32 


2,600 00 


6.392 09 
14,909 00 


62B 00 
21 34 


tS69.SGl 96 



LlAltllUIea. 

Capital stock paid In (SO. 

Surplus fond 10, 

Undivided proBts. less enr- 
rent eipeasca and taxes 
paid 

National bank-note* out- 
standing 

IndlTlduaTiJepoBlta, aubject 

Demand cerUflcatea of de- 

poalt 

Time certificates o( depoalt 
Css&ler'B cbecks oatstand- 



iDgs deposits . 



8,TB2 1* 


12,497 60- 


70.917 SO- 


,.1.®.'? 


nSlS 



Wansaa — First National Bank. 



DANIEL L. PLUMER. President. 



. H. GROUT, Cartiler. 



Statement, NoTember 25, 1902. 



Orerdrafts 

U- S. boudg 



Itesonrees. 

discounts »«30,7 



Premiums on U. S. bonds. 
Stocks, securities, etc. - - , 
Banking house, furniture 



Noteg of other 



Redemption fund with 

treasurer V, S 1,2. 

Internal revenue stamps.. 

Total 11,170.1' 



Llnkllltles. 

Capital stock paid tn 1100, 



,000 OO 

,000 00 

,e»4 43 



bsnki 



other national 
deposits, subject 
■tlflcates of de- 



Total tl,17fl,l«6 29 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



NatioruU Banks. 



Wansan — National German-AmeiicaiL Baak. 



B. HEINGUAN, Prealdent. 



H. Q. FLIBTH, Cadiler. 



Statement, November 26. 1902. 



u, s. 



PrcmlmiK c 

BUtkt, Kcnrltln, etc . . . 
TDraltnre sud OiCarM . . . 
Do* Irom Dtli«r nathinal 

Cbccti tnd otber tiib 
Itcjgj 

Sott* ot other luttlonal 
bub 

rrmclionsl enrrencr, nlck- 



fund wlta 

tnanmr U. S. 

Clt7 of St. Lools bonds 



v. e. deporiti 

Total $1,360, 



.000 00 
000 00 
.092 46 
,000 00 

.083 OS 

,131 es 

016 00 
121 06 

.M8 m 

S28 00 



,G0O 00 
.2B0 M 



Llaklllllea. 

Capital Block paid ta 



rent eip«iu«s «nd t)Ue* 



□tbcr natloiiKl 

> state banka and 

depoelti, aubject 

Demand Mrtlflcatea of de- 
poiit 



Dnlted StatM dcpoalt* . 



l.lse 68 
0,000 00 

1,184 H 

1,S7S 18 

1,28T 21 

6.842 00 
2,167 87 



ToU] fl.360,260 M 



Pd.yGoogIe 



National Bankn. 



West Superior — The First National B&ok. 

WILLIAM B.- BANKS, President. PEAE BESSOS, Cashlti- 

Statement, November 2S. 1902. 



Loans and diEcojDta 

OvcrdrntCB 

U. 8. bouds to aecure clr- 

U. S. bond* 'to secure b'.'s.' 
Due from approved reserve 
Stocks, securities, etc. . . . 
Banking liuuse. (umltare 
Premlumg on U. S. bonds. 
Cbecka snd otber easb 
dei^slta 

Due from state banks imd 

end Qitures 

Due (ram other natluual 

,Eiclianges for clearing 
Notes of other national 
Fracitunal curreacr, nlck- 

Bedemptlou fund with 
treasurer V. S 

Total ¥1, 





364 


i3 


200 


000 00 


31T 


ODT 25 


20 


113 


10 


1 


TOO 
774 


2-J 


63 


ooo oa 


27 


0S3 


M 


1 


986 71 


4 


500 00 


02 

:;o 


73:; 


41 

00 


10 


000 


00 


,ST3 


140 


47 



LlKkllltiH. 

Capital stoek paid 10 

Surplus (und 

UndlTlded profits, less car- 
rt'nt expenses and taxes 

Snllonal" ' bank-note's out- 
Due to other national 


*^:oSoSo 

49.010 89 
197.750 00 


Due to state banks and 




Due to trust companlea 
InSfvidSS^de^^sUs" subject 


1.SS2SS 


Demand certlUcates of d^ 
posit 

rerlifled checks -... 

Castilers checks outacand- 


305,280 n 
2;71S 01 


ti'nlted States deposits . . . 





,d,GoogIe 



Xational Batiks. 



Whitewater— First Hational Bank. 

C. U. BLACKMAX. PreBldent. E. F. THAYER, Cashier. 

Statement, November 25, 1902. 



R.«BOaireca. 

Irfians and discounts 


1246,771 T8 
377 47 

40,000 00 
65,535 10 

1,381 34 

90,658 17 

733 70 

2,850 00 

267 BO 

21,142 50 
4,500 00 

2.000 00 


Llablltttes. 

ass'SS'""'" 

rndivided profltg, ].„' cii^ 
rjj, „„,„ .„ ,„„ 


»100,OO0 00 


V. S. boDds to ■ecure clr- 




SHm-118. Becnrlttes, etc. ... 


».d04 36 
40,000 00 
4S0 78 
72,947 08 
217,001 98 
10.031 00 


■nd^xtnres 




Doe From state banks and 


°",'„,'.° '■"" »""■' 


Doe rrom approved reserve 


"■tU".,."-. .""'■■■"' 




■■Ks; ••■»■!•■■.■■"- 




Demand certificates of de- 


FractloDai cnrrencr, nlck- 


Total 






I^Cat-tender notes 

Redemption fund wltb 
treastirer U. S 






(500, 31T 65 






t500,31T 65 



,d,Google 



,d,GoogIe 



,d,Google 



,d,Google 



,d,Google 



,d, Google 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ADJUTANT GENERAL 



~E OP' ■WISCONSIN 



For the Fiscal Years EDiliv Sept. 30, 1901, and June 3D, I 



MADISON 

DeMOC*AT I'RINTING CoMPA>V, STATE I'rI 

rgoa 



Dirizp.lry^^.OO'^Ie 



,d,GoogIe 



REPORT 



^^DJIU'rANT OENERAL. 



/ 



State of Wisconbin, 

Adjutant General's Office, 

Madisos, September 30, 1902. 
lo "Hts rExcoli<=i>cy, Kobert M. La Follette, 

Governor and Ccmmandei^nrChief. 
Sir; — ^T have tho honor to submit the following report for 
tVvc two fiscal years ending June 30, 1 902. 

TVie strength of the Wisconsin National Guard remains prac- 
t'lcallv the saine as it was when reorganized in 1899 after the 
Spanish American War. The form of organization is also 
practically the same, only a few minor changes having been 
nmde to conform to the changes made in the United States 
Army hy reason of legislation by Congress. At present Wis- 
consin's organization is in all respects the same as that of sim- 
ilar forces in the United States Army. Should it therefore 
again ho called into the service of the national government no 
cH>nfiision, such as was incident to the muster of state troops 
during the Spanish American war and which was due in part 
to differences in organization, should arise. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Repokt of the Adjutant Genebai., 



General Report. 



In the matter of changes since the last biennial report of 
this department the following general orders are self explana- 
toiy: 

State ot WlBConsln, 
Adjutant Oeneral'B Office, 

HadisoQ, JanuatT 2, 1901. 
General Orders ) 
No. 1. ) 

1. The following named officerE having tendered their resIsnallo&B 
to the Qovernor, the same are hereby accepted, to take effect at noon, 
Monday, January 7, 1901: 

Colonel Wm. J. Boyle, A. D. C. 
Colonel George Graham, A. D. C. 
Colonel Wm. C. BrumderjA. D. C. 
Colonel Wm. C. Glnty. A, D. C, 
Colonel Harry H. Coleman, A. D. C. 
Colonel Wm. H. Young, A. D. C. 
Colonel Wm. M. Farr, A. D. C. 
Colonel Benjamin H. Dally, A. D. C. 
Colonel Albert H. Hollister, A. D. C. 
Colonel Dan B. Starkey, A. D. C. 
Major M. R. Doyon, Paymaster, W. N. G. 

2. The following o( the above named officers; Colonels Boyle, Gra- 
ham, Brumder, Glnty, Dally, Hollleter and Major Doyon, having had five 
or more years' eervlce In the Wisconsin National Guard are, in accord- 
ance with Section ^1, Chapter 200. Laws of 1899, placed upon the "WIs- 
consin National Guard Retired List. 

By Command of the Governor: 

C. R. BOARDMAN, 

Adjutant General. 
Official: 

W. H. PATTON, 

Assistant Adjutant General. 



^dnyCOOgle 



ItEPoET OF TUB Adjutant General. 



General RepoH. 



State of Wisconflln, 
Adjutant Generara Office, 
Gener&l Orders ) M&dleon, July 1, 1501. 

No. 2. ) 

The persona earned below bavlng been appointed ob the mfiitar; 
staif of the GorerDor are assigned to duty as fallows; and wfll be 
obeyed and respected accordingly: 

Brigadier GeoersJ Joabua Modgins. Quartermaster and Commissary 
Geceral and Chief of Ordnance. 

Colonel John O. Saisman, AEslstimt Adjutant General. 

Coionel George Graham, Inspector of Small Arms Practice. 

Colonel James A. Frear, A. D. C. 

Oolonel E. E. Tennant, A. D. C. 

Colonel I. Watson Stephenson, A. D. C. 

Colonel Abraham B, Gambler, A, D. C. 

Colonel George N. K. Relnhardt, A, D. C. 

In accordance with the provisions of Sec. 46. Chap. 228, Laws of 1901. 
Brigadier General Albert SoUlday and Colonel Worthle H. Patton are 
placed upon the retired list. 

General Albert Solllday began bis career as a roldier by enflsttng 
August 11, 1863, at Clrclevllle, Ohio, la the 114th Regiment Ohio Vol- 
unteer Infantry. During his service In the United States Volunteer 
Army he took part in the following engagements: Chickasaw Bayou, 
Arkansas Post, Fort Gibson, Champion Hill. Black River Bridge. Siege 
<rf Vichsburg, Siege and Assault of Fort Blakeley. He also served at 
the headquarters of Generals Lawler and Andrews and he accompanied 
General Granger at the close of the war on hlg expedition Into Texa». 
He was mustered out of the service at Houston, Tex., July 31st, 1S65. 

He enlisted In the Wisconsin National Guard In 1882. On May 22. of 
that year, he was commlaaloned Captain of the Watertown Rifles. He 
■was in command of this company until 1888, and on April 25th of that 
year he was commissioned Captain and Adjutant of the 2nd Regiment 
Infantry, Wisconsin National Guard. TElg position he held until Febru- 
ary 23, 1882. when he was commlasloned Major In the same regiment. 
On January 7, 1895, he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd 
Regiment Infantry, W. N. G. He was muaterod out of the service of 
the WlBConam National Guard on May 12, 1898, to permit him to accept 
a commission as Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd Wis. Vol. Inf. In the 
war with Spain. He served throughout the Spanish-American war with 
hia command, participating in the Porto Rican campaign, and was mus- 
tered out with his regiment November 15, 1898. On January 2, 1899, >qIc 



He POET OF THE AdJUTAST GsNEftAL, 



OcTiercU Report. 



be was commlesloacd Brigadier General and placed In conuuEuid of the 
Quartermaster General's and Commissary Departments and made Chief 
ot Ordnance of the Wisconsin National Guard. 

General Solliday has served his country long and falUituIly and in 
every position with which he has been honored has distinguished him- 
self by his attention to the details of his work and by his energy and 
efficiency. 

Colonel Worthie H. Patton retires with an honorable record both m 
a U. 8. Boldler In the Civil war and aa a member of the Wisconsin Na- 
tional Guard. He began his career as Ei soldier at Fond du L.ac, Wis-. 
June 28. 1861, by enlisting &s a private in Co. "E", Sth Wis. Vol. Inf., 
which regiment aterwards became noted as one of the organizatlouB 
composing the famous "Iron Brigade. ' During his service as a soldier 
in the Civil war he participated in the battles of Oalneaville. Second 
Bull Run, Fredericksburg, South Mountain, Antietam. Chan cell orsvilie. 
Fitihugh's CrosHlng, Gettysburg, and Battle of the' Wilderness. On 
July 1, 1S64, he was appointed 1st sergeant of his company, and on 
July 15, 1864, he was honorably mustered out of the service. 

In March. 1876, iie became one of the charter members to form what 
was then called the Oshhorfi Guards, and which has since become Co. 
*'B", 2nd Regiment Infantry, Wisconsin National Guard. In this organi- 
zation he served in the several grades of Second Lieutenant, First 
Ueutenant and Captain respectively, until July 21st, 1883, when be was 
promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd Regiment Infantry, W. N. G., 
and on Fobmary Sth, 1S86, was commisijloned colonel ot that regiment, 
of which organization he retained command until January 7, 1895. when 
he resigned to accept the position ot Assistant Adjutant General of the 
State, which position he has held up to the date ot this order. 

Colonel Fatten has devoted twenty-Sve years ot his life to building np 
the state military crgaulzation and has seen it pass from all stages 
from that of an organization, existing almost in name merely, to a com- 
pact, well disciplined soldierly body. He has had CKperience in many 
branches of the sen-Ice with it and In every position which he has held 
has left not only a faithful record but the imprint of his interest and 
ability. His E^rvices to his country and his state in times ot war and 
peace have been patriotic and praiseworthy. 

By Command of the Governor: 

C. R. BOARDMAN, 

Official: Adjutant General. 

JNO. G. SALSMAN, 

Asalstant Adjutant General. 



lti;voHT OF THE Adjutant Genekal, 



General RepoH. 



The a^rcgate stren^h of the Wisconsin National Guard at 
the present timo is 2,974. 

EQUIPMENT, 

Since tlie last biennial report by this department the equip- 
ment of the state force has been increased by the issue to the 
enlisted men of the entire command of forage capg, ponchos 
and k)iaki trousers, so that the command is now ■well supplied 
for any of the necesEities of state service, except in the matter 
of shoes. Tliese should be purchased by the state or drawn 
fprjui the national government and issued. All of the equip- 
ment named alx>ve was drawn from the United States. The 
Quartermaater's Department should also bo prepared to issue 
gloves and woolen socks in case of a call for service in the win- 
ter. 

Tho Springfield B. L. rifles, calibre 43, \vith which the in- 
fantry is armed, are in very poor condition, Tbey were re^tr 
ted anuB when issued and their use on the range haa demon- 
strated tliat they are largely unserviceable. Out of sixty guns 
a& high as twenty have teen disabled in firing forty rounds or 
lews of service ammunition. AVbat is known as the "Dick 
Billj" ■which baa passed the House of Representatives and ia 
now pending in the Senate, provides for the exchange of these 
rifles for the magazine rifle OaJibro 30, riflo for rifle, and for 
the excJiange of the ammunition and accoutrements. If en- 
acted into law this exchange will remedy this difiieulty and, 
T*"ill pive to tJio Guard the modem weai>on that it ought to 
liavo.' ' 

As an entire change of uniforms has just been adopted for 
the L'liited States Army to take efTcct July 1, 1903, a reuni- 
forming of the entire state force will become nccessarj', Num- 
erona amendments to the order putting tliis into effect are now 
being made and more are being suggested and predicted, so 
that tho state should move slowly in making any change. The 
uniform now in use should be worn out and gradually replaced 

DrrizPd.yCOOgle 



Kepoht 01' THE Adjutant GenebaL. 



General Report. 

first witli the "service" uniform. The issue of this uniform 
should be made complete before any attempt is made to adopt 
tlie new "Full Dress," or the "Dresa." Tho "Service" uni- 
form is more conducive to the heaJth and comfort of the inen 
when in active service. On their health and comfort dqiends 
in a lai^ measure the efficiency of their services. Prior to 
the Spanish-American War the criticism moat oftem passed on 
tlie National Guard and its work was that it was too much 
given to display and ceremonies- This criticism came from 
competent judges. Every effort haa been made since that war 
to make the work of organization, instruction and equipment 
practical in every sense of the word. In no way should there 
- be pemiitted a lapse back to the old conditiona and it is very 
essential that this should not occur in the matter of equipment. 
The Wisconsin National Guard now has nearly all the cloth- 
ing issued by the Goveramont except shoes, socks,' underwear 
and suspendeis. In case of nece.ssity these articles can be 
quickly procured. 

By husbanding tlie annual appropriation of the government, 
which may eventually be increased some, the issue of tho new 
'•Sen-ice" uniform can l>e made in time without material finan- 
cial outlay on the part of tho state. 

I-EOISLATION. 

During the session of tiio legislature in 1901, several acts 
were pa.s.sed affecting the state's military force. 

Chief among those is what is known as Chapter 228, Laws 
of 1901, which is in reality a complete revision of Wisconsin's 
military- laws. Among tho important changes provided for by 
this act are the following: 

Reducing the staff of aids-do-camp to the Governor to five in 
numlxT and limiting eligibility of apjx>intment to persons hav- 
ing "previous military experience." 

llaking the Adjutant Genei-al the auditor of all militarv 
accounts. 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUUVIL 



EtPOET OF Till-: Adjutant GE^EaAL. 



General Report. 

Reducing tb© amount to lie exponcled biennially for uni- 
forms, etc., from $22,000 to $12,000. 

, Authorizing the use of state military transportation for 
sciiools of instmction, tours of instruction and inspection, the 
officers' convention and boards of survey and examination. 

Providing lor the physical examination of all recruits by 
surgeons appointed by the Surgeon General and specifying the 
recompense therefor. , 

M'xlifying tho organization of regiments to conform to the 
organization of the United States Army. 

Authorizing the Governor to appoint company officers in 
oa.vs where choice by election may not prove satisfactory. 

Prohibiting the purchase of nnifonns or equipment for any 
(■ffippr with, state funds. 

Providing an allowance of $.50.00 annually to each battalion 
ccnunander and rcgimontal adjntant. 

Making it neces-saiy for a compajiy commander to secure 
the appr^ival of the Govemor or the Adjutant General before 
ordering bis command out for active service. 

Making oftit-era on the retired list eligible for detail. ■ 

Changing the date of the ■first semi-annual muster each year 
to the last Monday in ITarch. 

Authorizing a ten days' encampment. 

Limiting the annual ^pense of the Guard to $125,000 ex- 
cept in case of war, riot or great public calamity. 

In addition to this measure separate acta were passed as fol- 
lows: 

Giring tho rank of Colonel of infajitrj' to any retired army 
ofBrcr holding the position-of professor of military science and 
tactics in the State University or any college in tlie state main- 
taining military instruction and drill in its eiiurBC of study. 

Appropriating, as an additional sum, $3, 500 annually to 
Troop "X," 1st Regt. Cavalry, Wisconsin National Guard, as 
in extra allowance for the purchase of a suitable nimiber of 
horsee and for the expense incident to their keep and care. f " -, ,.-,1., 

. ' Di:;iz?.i:y\^iOOQlt 



10 KePOHT Oi" THE AuJCTAS* GeXEBAL. 

General Report. 

Authorizing the board of supervisors of any county or the 
common council of any city in which one or more CMnpanies 
of the Wisconsin National Guard may be stationed, to erect 
or i)urclias6 a suitable armory, to purchase land for a site, to 
build annories and issue bonds for the payment therefor. 
iroder the provisions of this act monGv can be loaned by the 
state on the bonds as security, .thus enabling a low rate of in- 
terc'St to be obtained. As a result of this law two cities, Port- 
ago and Marinette, have provided or are providing splendid 
armories for their local companies. 

Thusfar the law has been found suflieient to cover all einer- 
gencice that have arisen. 



While Wisconsin has adhered in the main to the competi- 
tive systemi of inspections which has proved of so much value, 
it has been found necessary in the past two years to modify 
this system in some resj>ects. The competitive markings have 
altt-avfl beoji made by an officer of the United States Army 
that no (jiicstion might arise of the presence of prejudice or 
favoritism or the ability of tlie officer to decide disputed points. 
Owing tt.» the sti-ess of work the army has been called upon 
to perfonii during the past two years and the dearth of avail- 
able officers due in part to the increase in the regular estab- 
lishment it has bei'n found impossible to secure the detail of 
an officer for a longer period than that covering the term of 
the annual encampments. This mmde an inspection of each 
eonaiiand by this officer an imixissibility, so changes were made 
to mcot the new con<litioiis. The inspections under the new 
system have been made in camp by the army (rfficer detailed 
by the War Department. His markings have been on the at- 
tendance, manual of arms, firings, movements by fours and 
company, movements by platoons, extended order driU, guard 
duty, duties of officers, military courtesies and general disci- 
pline. His inspection has lieen supplemented by an inspection 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



E-EPOET OF THE Al^JlT. 



General Report. 



by Major O. I?~ Williama, who has marked each command at 
its homo station, on the ceremony of inspection, condition of 
amis, etiiiijuiieiit and uniforms, for its earo of state property, 
comJition of boobs, papers and annorj', setting up csereises 
ami the school of the soldier. He has also checked up all finanr 
cial accounts and vcritied the bank balances. 

The eonibiiied markings of tiieso t\TO officers together with 
the range work of each while in camp has decide<l which is the 
Ix'St coinipany. Tlie standing of tlio several commands for tho 
year 1901 wad as fellows: 

1. Ck». '"Q" — 1st Regiment , 177,8 

2. Co. "E" — 2nd RegimeDl , 177.4 

S. Co. "K"— lat ReEiment , 175.9 

4. Co, "G" — 3rd Regiment , 173.9 

5. Co. "F" — 2nd Regiment , 173,6' 

6. Co. "L." — 3rd ReglmeDt , 173,1 

7. Co. "K" — 3rd Regiment , 172.5 

8. Co. "D"— 3rd Regiment , 173,4 

9. Co. "P" — lat Regiment , 171.5 

10. Co. "B" — 2nd Regiment , 170.6 

11. Co. "G" — 2nd Regiment , 170,3 

12. Co, "A" — 3rd Regiment , 169,0 

12- Co. 'D" — 2nd Regiment ^ 169.0 

13. Co. "A'*— lat Regiment , les.g 

14. Co. "K"— 2nd Regiment , 168.5 

15. Co. "A"— 2Ed Regiment 168.2 

16- Co. "F" — 3rd Regiment , 1C8,0 

17, Oo. "M" — 3rd Reglmeoit , 167.9 

IS. Co. "B"— 10th Sept. BatL , 167.8 

19. Co. "C" — 2nd RcgtmeDt , 167.4 

20. Co. "H" — 2nd Regiment , 167,0 

21. Co. "E" — lEt Regiment , 166,2 

21. Troop "A"— 1st Cavalry 166.2 

22. Co- "I" — 2nd Regiment , 166.0 

23. Co. "C"— 10th Sept Batt , 165.7 

24- Co. "B"— 3rd Regiment , 165.5 

25. Co. "M" — 2nd Regiment , 165.0 

26- Co. "D"— lOth Sept. Batt ". , 164.5 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVH 



Hepoet of the Adju' 



General Report. 



27. Co. "L"— 2iid Regiment ,. . . ; 165.1 

28. Co. "H"— lat Roglraeat , 163.9 

29. 1st Battery— Field Artillery , 163.7 

30. Co. "C" — let hegiment , : 183.0 

SI, Co. "H"— 3rd Rfegiment , 162.6 

32. Co. "D"— let Regiment , 1M.8 

33. Co. "A"— 10th Sept Batt , 160.6 

34. Co. ■■!." — lat Regiment , .'. 159.2 

35. Co, "E"— 3rd Regiment 167.5 

36. Co. 'B"— 1st Regiment ^ 157.3 

37. Co. •■C"— 3rd Regiment , 1ET.2 

3S, Co. "M"— iBt Regiment , 157.0 

39, Co. -I"— 3rd Regiment ^ 146.9 

40, Co. "I"— iBt Regiment , 140.4 

In work on tlie range the oompanios stood in the following 
order : 

1. Co. "M" 3rd Regiment. 21. Co. "L" let Regiment, 

2. Co. "D" Srd Regiment. 22. Co. ■•B" 1st Regiment. 

3. Co. "A" 3rd Regiment, 23. Co. "A"' lOth Battalion 

4. Co. "E" 2Dd Regiment. 24, Co. "a" 2nd RegimeaC 

6. Co. "K" 2nd Regiment. 25. Co, "I" i'rd Regiment, 
". Co. "M" let Regiment. 2G. Co. "C" 2nd Regiment. 

7. Co. "A" 2nd Regiment. 27, Co, "D" lat Regiment. 

8. Co. "E" 3rd Regiment. 28. Co, "H" 3rd Regiment. 

9. Co, "K" 3rd Regiment, 29. Co. "B" 10th Battalion 

10. Co, '■G" Srd Regiment, 30. Co. "C" 10th Battalion 

11. Co. "B" 3rd Regiment. 31. Co. "F" 2nd Regiment. 

12. Co. "G" iBt Regiment S2. Co, "F" 3rd Regiment, 

13. Co, "L" 2nd Regiment, 33. Co. "I" End Regiment. 

14. Co, ■■D" lOth Battalion 34. Co, '•B" 2nd Regiment 

15. Co. •H'" 1st Regiment 35. Co. "D" 2nd Regiment 

16. Co, "L" ard Regiment 36, Co. "E" Ist Regiment 

17. Co, "C" Srd Regiment 37. Co, "¥" lat Regiment 
IS. Co. "M^' 2nd Regiment 38. Co. "H" 2nd Regiment 
19. Co. "A" 1st Regiment, 39. Co, "I" 1ft Regiment 
25. Co, "C" lEt Rer-iment 40, Co. "K" let Regiment 

The Vi'liilivo stJiTnliiig of each company in this work was ob- 
tainotl hy their aciirpgatf? soore for all firing on the range, dfti;- 



Report of the Apjutant Generai,, 



General Report. 

ing camp. By attaching to the Jnsi«x!tion standing and the 
standing on tho range work an efjiial value and dividing by 
twOf the higtest average score was obtained. This was reached 
by Company "E," 2nd Eegiment, and to it was awarded for 
the year the "Pfisler Tropliy" for the beet aJl-around company. 

This year the armory inspections will not bo completed in 
time to include the Plandings for 1002 in the biennial report. 

It may he said that the camp markings have given increased 
efficiency in discipline and g«ard duty and closer attention, to 
all tho details of the work of each company while in camp. It 
has also given increased zest to r^imental officers as the tela- 
tive standing of each regiment is determined by these mark- 
ings. 

The inspections for the past t^vo years have been conducted 
by Captain Edward Chynowcth, 17th Infantry, U. S. A., whose 
manifest fairness and ability has made his work very satis- 
factory to all and whose advice and jndgjnent, experience and 
suggestions have ma<le his sen'ices of the utmost value to the 
entire Guard. : I : 

The following is Captain Chynoweth's inspection report for 
1902: , : ! ; ., hJ; 

MadlBon, Wis., August 35, 1902. 
To the Adjnt&Dt Gfneral, 
State of WiscoDstn. 
Sir: I have the honor to submit the following report ot my inspec- 
tfon of the WlacoDsin National Guard, conducted as directed in Q. O. 
No. 5, State of Wisconsin, A. G. O., Madison, May 26th, 1902. 

The different organizations of the Wisconsin National Guard occu- 
pied Cajnp Swanson, WIscoeaId State Military Reservation, Juneau 
Cbaoty, as follows: 

1st R^ment lofantry and First Battery Field Artillery, August 2nd 

to 9th, Inclusive. 
2nd Regiment Infantry and Troop "A", Irt Cavalry, August 9th to 

16th, inclusive. 
3rd Regiment Infantry anS 10th Separate Battalion Infantry, August 
%etli to 23tcI, inciualve, 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUi 



ogle 



RnPOET OF THE Adjutast Geneeal. 



General HepoH. 



The dlecipllne of the different commands during tlte time of detrain- - 
InE and entraining was good, except Companiee "C" and "D". 2nd Inf., 
trhfcli mingled together and marched off In some confuBiou. 

The time of detraining, taken in each caaej from the time the train 
etopped until the command vas put In motion toward camp, vas as 
folldWB; 



First Infantry. 

Minutes. 

Band and CompanleB A. D, E, F, I, K, M,. . . : . . 1 

Companies C, G, H, and L, 2 

Company B 2 

Second Infantry. 

Band and Company A i 1 

Companies B, B, P, and G, , 2 

Companies C, and D , Z 

Companies H, and M , 1 

Company I, 1 

Company K, 1 

Company L. 1 

Third Infantry. 

Band and Companies D, and F , 5 

Company A 4 

Companies B, K, I., and M , 2 

Companies C, and E 4 

Companies G, H. and I, , 2 

]Otb Separate Battalion Infantry. 

Companies A, C, and D 2 

Company B, , 1 

First Battery Field Artillery , 18 

This Includes time of unloading horses and 

Trooy "A", First Cavaliy 11 

This includes time of unloading horses. 

Dr; -iz! 



Google 



Rj^PORT OF TUB AdJUTAI^T OeXEKAL. 



General I! c port. 

Three minutes were lost In tinloadlng troop boraes because all care 
could not Ite unloaded at once on account of shortness of platform. 

The proeram including order of service and Ecbedule of exercUee 
contained tn Circular No. 2, State of Wisconsin, A. G. O., Madison, May 
27th, 1902, waB fully carried out. 

Vlj time was mootly taken up with a close observation of the com- 
panies, their officers and non-commissioned 'ofllcers; my estimate of 
their work Is shown on tbe "Inspection Report" cards which are sub- 
mitted as a part of tbts report. 

As to ttie quality cf the work represented by tbe figures on these 
cardft my interpretation Is as follows: 

10 Perfect 

9.0 to 10 Excellent 

S.0 to 9.0 1 Good 

7.0 to 8.0 , Fair 

Under 7.0 , I»oor 

Two problems were worked out, under my obEervatloo, by each of 
the three regiments. 

Problem 4, rolved last year by two of tbe regiments In tbe direction 
ot Tomah, was worked this year by each of the three regiments In 
turn, acting as an outpost en the EOrth side of camp. 

The solution of the problem was practically tbe Eame by all of tbe 
regiments, differing only In a few minor deiails. Small parties were 
sent acroea the only two roads wblcb cross the marsh from the north. 
The marsh Is Impessable except along tbese two roads for any con- 
elderable number of men. 

The supports were stationed on the south sidy of the mareb near the 
two roads; the line of observation and tbe lino of the supports were 
almost coincident: this was also properly selected as the line of re- 
slstence; a ridge extending across the western road on the south side 
of the marsh was to be entrenched and the underbrush and a few trees 
cleared aw^ thus ellordlng a clear field of view to tbe front; a bat- 
taJion here ^^os prepared to hold the road against any numbers. 

A small hill occupied by a farm bouse, and jiiat east of the eastern 
road was to be entrenched and so commanded Ihe road that a battalion 
or even two companies could have prevented any enemy from cross- 
InK the marsh by that road. 

A thin line extended along tbe south side of the marsh connecting 
the roads and reaching to the railroad on the wes 



*1?^,^^'?lL??^§n 



Kepokt of the Adjut.vist Geneeai.. 



General Report. 



tended as a line of obBervatloD, also with enough resistance to- prevent 
the tew, who might croae the marsh, from getting through the line. 

The problem In convoys was well and similarly solved by each erf 
the regiments, the differences being in Immaterial details only. 

The wagon train was parked on the skirmish range; the advance 
guard consisting of one battalion, aided In two Instances by another 
battalion, held the enemy In check while the rest entrenched the ridge 
extending from the bluff to the marsh; when those In advance fell 
back, the ridge, from hluft to marsh, was occupied so strongly that 
the enemy could not penetrate that line, in the meantime the Bluff 
was occupied by a force strong enough to afford material resistance 
againrt an enemy from the south and west, and as a point of ohaerva- 
tioQ to report any attempt at flank movements. A small force waa 
stationed at the farm house on the south side of the marsh, where the 
road from the Lemonweir crosses, to prevent surpriee, which force 
could bo augmented quickly in ca^e of necessity; likewise a small 
force was stationed at the pass between the marsh and bluff on the 
east side of the bluff. 

Both problems were satisfactorily solved by each of the regiments. 

Dach of the regiments and each organization was kept very tiusy 
throughout Its week and the work of each was of a high order. 

Each was good In the manual of arms and the marching at parades 
and reviews. 

The guard mountings of the 1st and 2nd regiments were good, 
those of the 3rd regiment not so good, probably because the officers 
who acted aa adjutant were new to their work, the adjutant of the 
regiment having unfortunately been Injured early In the week. 

At Sunday morning Inspections I found the men were well armed 
and equipped and well clothed except as to shoes, which In many In- 
stances were not flt for Held service; also e7cept as to ietterc and 
numbers which were very generally missing. I understand that the 
material of the letters and numbers which have been furnished the 
guard has been of very poor qualify, so that the letters and numbers 
have been easily broken and lost and that some plan Is being con- 
sidered to obviate the difficulty. v 

The police about the kitchens, the company streets and camp gen- 
erally, waa, at Sunday morning inspection, excellent for the Ist regi- 
ment and good for the other organizations. 

The Ist Infantry kept its camp in excellent state of police throngh- 
oul its week in camp, in fact, I have never In my experience seen a 
Qamp kept in a more cleanly, sanitary condition, than was Camp Swilq- 

Di:;-iz?.!:;*^iUUVK 



Repoet of TiTE Adjutant Gbnebal. 



General Report. 



ion during Its occupancr by tbe Ist regiment; upon lesvlng camp, 
lunTcr, Companies H, C. I and L were careless about policing their 
tiifheoB. the kitclieii of Co. "I" was left in eepeclallr bad condition. 
Tie police of camp was £ood during tbe occupancy by tbe 2nd In- 
liiitry-, Qpoti leaving camp, Companies M, K and B left tbelr kltcbeos 
In liir condition only. 

Tbe police of camp was good during occupancy by tbe 3rd regiment 
anil camp was left la good condition except guard bouse a^d httchen 
ol Companlea H and C. 

The police of camp of 10th Separate Battalloa was good at Inspec- 
tioti and througbout the week; upon leaving camp D company kitchen 
mi especially the ice box was la very bad condition; A and B com- 
taoiea left kltchenB In fair condition only. 

Troop "A." and First Battery Field Artillery kept their camps In 
EDod condition through the week and left them In good condition, 

TUe hoapltal and grounds about it were in good condition, and the 
hoEpital was well conducted throughout the entire encampment, except 
at Sunday morning inspection during occupancy by the lat Infantry 
there was present no officer of tbe day and no steward, no one In 
charge bnt a private, who seemed not to know much about the condi- 
tion of tbe hospital. 

The commissary store house and grounds were kept in good condi- 
tion and tbe department well managed througbout the encampment. 
I made frequent Inquiries in the companlea as to the food and beard no 
complaint, nothing bnt praise of tbe ration. 

The Quartermastei' Store Honse Is In good condition and the depart- 
mwt weSl managed, in fact as well as any army station I have ever 
served at 

I cannot give too much praise to your admirable system of target 
practice ud to the clock like precision with which Its many details 
"* conducted during tbe encampment- This very important duty can- 
not. In my opinion, be given too much prominence in the training of 
the soldier. 

I WIS aon than pleased by tbe admirable manner in which a system 
ad been devised for the compeUtion In estimating distances, for the 
<™cer8. I hope that, In time, it will be extended to enlisted men. 
am wood of the NaUonal Guard of my sUte. 

I am, Sir, very reapectfully, 

Tour Obedient Servant. 
EDWARD CHYNOWETH. 
Captain 17th Infantry U. S. Army, 
2 Inspecting OfBcer.c izpd .yCoOi^Ie 



Eepoht of the Adjutant Geserat.. 



General Report. 



ENCAMPMENTS. 

The encampments of 1901 and 1902, both of which were held 
in the mjonth of August, have been very satisfactory in tJiat 
each year has showli an improvement in work over the preced- 
ing year. Each year, too, lias lieen marked by a slight in- 
crease in attendance. This increase furnishes an answer tf> 
the claim of "too much work," in that in spile of the incrcaseil 
diSicnIty men have found in leaving their employment, owing 
to the prevailing .scarcity of help in many branches of industir, 
a larger nimvber of men have come to cainp each year. In 
1902 also, a restriction was placed npon company ownmandeis in 
that men entitled to draw pay were limited to those who had 
enlisted prior to July 1st. 

The changes inaugurated in 1899 and 1900 have been con- 
tinued in force and their valne is now well proved, ilen have 
become acciistonncd to the preparation and use of the "anny 
ration." They have found it sufficient and have also demon- 
strated tliat the ration table provided by the AVar Department 
contains enough variety. It Ijas also been demonstrated that 
by its U30 the Iiealth of c-ach command has been improved and 
the cost of living reduced. At the same time officers have been 
taught how to obtain rations, how to take care of their food 
supply, and the necessity' for insj>ecting its preparation and this 
eqnal apportionment among the men. 

In tlio qu art erni aster and ordnance departments the uso of 
and the necwsity for requisitions, invoices and receipts ami 
Iiow to pn>perly prepare thora is beins learned, together with 
the res2K>nsibiHty and accountability that go with the issue 
and use of militarj' property. Jlodem field ovens have been 
issued to each company so that the entire Guard is ready and 
able to take care of itself when called into the field. 

Any future tendency to deviate from the customs in vogue 
in the regular establisliment should be promptly discouraged, 
as tlieir introduction will only result in the ultimate diaoMnfort 
of state troops and detract from their efficiency. *--''-'^'^';i'- 



Keport of the Adjutant General. 



General Report. 



The work during tlie past two years has been progressive in 
that leeis attention has Wn paid to the minutiae of drill and 
mere to field «'ork. Problems in ontpoet dnty on a. large scale, 
problems in. escort duty and in attack and defense have been 
intoliijceiiitly solved. Jlore attention has been given to extended 
order drill, -nhieh stiil needs careful and persistent attention, 
and niore work has been accomplished on the range. 

T'lider the law the time of the encampments has been ex- 
tended from seven to eight days, a regiment coming into camp 
on one Saturday and returning home tho next. The law. per- 
iiiitiS of a ten days' encampment, but the difficulty of men get- 
ting away from their work for a part of the second week and 
lack of funds has deterred the issue of orders to that effect. 

As a sample of the week's work in camp the following is 
given: 

State or Wfsconslii, 
Adjutant General's Office, 
Circular ) Madison, May 27, 1902. 

No. 2- ) 

Tho following iDstnictlons governing the encampmentii for 1902 are 
published for the iDtormatlon and guidance of f.ll concemed: 

Order of bervtce. 
Reveille— 5:30 A. M. 

PcUc« Call — ImmedlBtely after Reveille Roll Call. Weather per- 
mitting tent wallB to be r&tsed and not lowered until 11:00 A, M. 
Mess . Call— 6r00 A. M. 
Sick Call— 6:30 A. M. 
Omeers' 3ehool— 7:00 A. M. 
First Sergeant's Call— 7:S0 A. M. 
Guard Mount. First Call— 7:45 A. M. 
Drill Call— 8:30 A. M. 
Recall— 11:00 A. H. 
Mess Call— 12:00 M. 
OlDcers' School- 1:30 P. M. 
imil Call— 2:30 P. M, 
Recall— 4:30 P. M. 
Police Call— 4:45 P. H. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



RePOET of TlIK AnJDTANT GeNBEAX. 



General Report. 



Mesa Call— 5:30 V. M. 
Parade, Fim Call— 6:05 P. M. 
Asfiembly- 6:10 P. M. 
Adjutant's Call— 6:25 P, M. 
Tattoo— 9:30 P. M. 
CaJl to Quarters— 10.00 P. M. 
Taps— 10:15 P. M. 

The rules tor reveille roll call, arrangementB ot tents, taps, and batlis 
win be the same as for 1901. 

From 7:00 A. M. to 7:30 A. M., Sunday enceiited, each companr will 
have Bquad drill ou the company parade grounj. Eacb evenlas parade 
will be Mlowed by at least three regimental evolutions. 

The following general schedule ot exercises will be observed by each 
regiment: 

Saturday Afternoon: 
Pitch camp. Guard Mount. Parade. 

Sunday Morning: 
Guard mount at 7:00 o'clock, to be followed immediately by Inspec- 
tion of camp. Iteligloiis services. Company drill. 

Sunday Afternoon: 
1:00 to 2:00 o'clock, non-commUsloned offlcers" school. Subject: 

"Guard Duty." 
2:30 to 3:30 o'clock, battalion drill 
4:00 to 5:30 o'clock, officers' revolver practice. 
Parade. 

Immediately after parade, lecture at the pavilion by medical olBcer. 
Attendance to be compulsory. 

Monday Morning: 
iBt Battalion Small Arms Practice. All men disqualify lug and not 

detailed for range work to report to company quarters for squad 

drill. 
2nd and 3rd Battalion Drill, Including riot drill. 

Monday Afternoon: 
lat Battalion Small Arms Practice. After volley flrlng Company 

Drtll, Batended Order. 
2nd and 3rd Battalions Extended Order Drill and Advance and Rear 
Guard Formations. 

Di:;-iz?.!:;*^iUUV|l> 



_i' 



Hepokt of the jVdjltant Geneeal. 



General Report, 



Taead&jr Morning: 
Ind Battalion Small Arms Practice. All men disquallfjlng and not 
detailed for range work to report to compaDy quarters for Btiuad 
■ drill. 

1st BattaJlon Drill, including riot drill. 
3rd Battalion. Outpost Duty, on tLe reEervatlon. and with outlined 

Taesdajr Afternoon: 
Znd Battalion Small Arms Practice. After Volley Firing, Company 

Drill, Extended Order. 
let Battalion Extended Order and Advance and Rear Guard Forma- 

3rd Battalion' Practice March. 

Wednesday Uornlog: 
3rd Battalion Small Arms Practice. All men dlaqualirying and not 

detailed for range work to report to company quarters for squad 

driU. 
1st Battalion Outpoet Duty, on the reservation and with outlined 

enemy. 
Snd Battalion Outpost Duty, on the reeervatlon and with outlined 

enemy. 

Wednesday Afternoon: 
3rd Battalion Small Arms Practice. After Volley Firing, Ckjmpany 

Drill, Extended Order. 
1st and 2Dd Battalion Practice March. 

Tburfldm' Morning: 
Assuming that a division of Infantry is holding Camp Douglas, out- 
poets win be ertabliahed to fully protect It from attack from the 
north. Pull strength of the regiment to be used. 

ThnrfldfV Afternoon: 

Ejxt«aded Order hy Regiment, Advance and Bear Guard Formations. 
FViday Morning: 
The problem in convoys as outlined tn paper by Captain .Edward 
Chynoweth, 17th Infantry, U. S. A„ read at the Officers' Convention 
for 191)2. 

Friday Afternoon: 
Eitended Order by Regiment 3:30 to 3:30 ciclock. E^stlmating ,<^OOqIc 
tances. ' O 



Eefobt of the Adjutant Gekekal. 



Ocneral Report. 

Saturday Morning: 
Company commanders check-up all property tor stoppage, reporting 
same promptly. Payment of troops. Camp broken. Officers to 
see that tents are properly packed. 

Band and trumpeters to ditli at least one hour eacli d^y In marcblDg. 
Utmost care must be taken not to damage crops, rencea, buildings, or 
percAtnal property of auy kind. Damages will l:e a:}eeaeed to organiza- 
tions respotEible for them and steppage in pay is made therefor. Be- 
fore encroaching on private property conEeat of owner, must first be 
obtained. 

The ^Oth Separate BattalloD wilt conform to this schedule a^ cioacly 
ao possible. 

The course of Instructlcn for Trcop "A" and the First Batte* will be 
formulated by the commacLdIng officer ot each, subject to the approval 
of tho commanding; officer oV the camp. 

By Command of the Governor: 

C. R. BOARDMAN. 
OScIal: Adjutant General. 

JNO. G. SALSMAN. 

AsBlstant Adjutant Ge::eral. 

This program yvms carried out in full I>y each command and 
in tho main tlii? work wns very satisfactory. 

The use cf liqiior in tlip encampment has bf.'on the subject 
of cflnsiderabln nttoiitinu during tlie past two years. Everj- ef- 
^ fort has Wii made to rcduw tliis iifse to a nunimnm without 
i-estrieting tlie men in their jHTsonal lil)ertit'3 t<x> much. 

The National Guard is ma<le up of men of all natiunaiitics, 
nil seet.s, and lliey cump frnn all tlic walks of life. The uso 
(if liquor (.n trains has k^cn prohibited, in orders, its sale on 
(ho militar.' rcservRtimi has always Wn absolutely forbidden. 
The use of it in camp has ix'cu <Ii scour ugwl, and in lectures 
by mwlical officers to the entire rqriments the injurious effect.-t 
of toy fr«i use of slimulants have been plainly and forcihly 
pointed oiir. 

By c<lucatinn and nio<lerat<' restriction this problem is gradu- 
ally ^\'oi'king out. This yesir there was less cause for c»Mn- 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



He3»ort of the Adjutakt GenekaI.. 23 

General Report. 

pliUiit tlian e<vc-r before, and it is hoped by mioderation and 
intolligeiit erfTort it can !« rome<licd entirely in duo course of 
time. 

Tlio question of practice marehea wbile in camp is one that 
has elicited some discussion. The experience of the last four 
yc-ars has beem that iinlews tho march can bo made to include 
&«veral days' time it is of little practical value. By the regu- 
iitious now in. force each r^mcnt is required to pitch and take 
ili>w-ii ajid pack its teiits. All cooking is done on. field ovens - 
and Qo permanent mess houses or kitchens are used. The ex- 
I>erience of malting and breaking camp and of drawing and 
t-'M/king tlie amiiy ration is therefore had. A short praetico 
inaroJi gives no benefit over and above this. If it could be so 
arranged that eacli regiment could be mobilized at a point so 
tliat at least a tlirec or four days' march could bo had to flio 
r<,*3er\'at-ii>n -whore the range and other work could be taken up, 
the experience would bo valuable. 

ACTIVE SERVICE. 

During the past two years the Wisconsin National Guard 
lias not l»eeni called into active service. On ifay Kith, 1001, 
ilni Adjutant Oeiienil was onlered to C'^hkosh to consult with 
thti Attorney General and couiity officials in reference to «ii 
alleged prize fight or boxing contest schetluled to take place 
that evening. It was tlie unanimous opinion of tho auUiori- 
tit'S tiiat the event would be a violation of Section 4."i20 of tho 
\\"irtc*>nsin Statutes, and it was therefore prohibited. This de- 
cision -^vafi quietly accepted by all concernefl. 

On. Aprit 2d, 1903, the Adjutant General, in rcf^ponse to 
a. call on the Governor by the sheriff of Sawyer county for as- 
sistance on account of some election tiouhles, was ordered to 
Ifavward. The exjict condition of affairs not being known. 
Captain Sewell A, Peterson, commanding Company "A," 10th 
Separate BaftLlion Infantry, at Rice Lake, was ordered to hold 



EepoeI' of the Adjutant Geke&aL. 



General Report. 

his campany in readiness for service. In a very short time the 
company, sixty-Uiree strong, was assembled and ready to en- 
train. The condition at Hayivard at no time was such aa to 
warrant the use of troops^ and all differences over the posses- 
sion of certain contested ofHces were eventually amicably ad- 
justed. 

In eonmoction with this subject it may he well to state that 
all company commanders have full instructions how to equip 
their commjanda in case of sudden call for duty within the 
state; they have also received detailed instructione of how to 
prepare their companies for such service. Regimental and 
battalion commanders and officers of the medical department 
have also made thorough pre2)aration for a call and the 
Quartermaster's department has plans prepared for the prompt 
moveiiiont of troops, for tlie issue of all necessary camp equi- 
page and elotliing, and is ready to subsist any part of the foree 
that may be called out. 

SMAI-L ASMS FKACTICE. 

Careful attention to this course of instruction has been given 
throughout the entire command. 

In Wisconsin abilitj to shoot straight ia considered one of 
the nioet important if not the most important requisite of a 
soldier. 

During the winter of 1901 and the first nine months of IWl 
it is probably safe to say more ammunition has been shot away 
by the Wisconsin) National Guard than at any other period 
in its previous history. 

The results speak for themselves. 

In tlio early winter months attention was given in all com- 
pani'^s to "sighting and aiming drill" and this wbs followed 
by gallery practice. Statements regarding the kind and 
amount of work done in this line by each company wero 
required in the monthly drill reports. Then followed gallery 



RepoeT of The Adjutant General, 



Gertercd Eeport. 



competitions between eonipaniefl, state transportation for a 
Um'it*xl number being issued for tlie purpoae, Notable among 
these conipeiiiions were tliose lict\ve<'n Companies "B," "K," 
"1." and "M" of the 3d Il(«iinent. These arc mentioned out of 
a largo number of others on account of tlio thoroughness vnth 
■which tliey v,-ere caiTiw] out. Following these gallery compe- 
titions came out-door work. 

It is a pleasure to state that in 1002 every company of the 
Wisconsin National Guard had a riflo range at its home station 
and used it. 

After preliininarj' practice on the range caine eompctitiong 
on the open range between companies stationed comparatively 
near one aiiotlier. Por tliese competitions state transportation 
was also issued. Kiimerous contests of tliis kind wero held 
in all partji of the state with uniformly good reaults. In camp 
practically every man in each command was required to shoot, 
a score of twenty out of a possible fifty being required at each 
range to qualify him to shoot at the next range. 

Tlic results of this work showed decisively. A mnch lar^'r 
percentage of men qualified than ever before, higher scons 
were made at iixe<l distance and in skirmish firing and a much 
better average score made by the companies in their volley 
firing, which tliis year was three volleys each at 700, 800, 900 
and 1,000 yards. 

In addition to this the last legislature authorized a rifle camp 
for cnm,petition between, regimental teams and for competition 
among the Distinguished Marksmen of the state for the various 
handsi^me meilals ofl^ered by patriotic iieoplo of the state. Such 
a cainp was held in I'JOl and also in 1903. Tho shooting was 
excellent, but the camp this year was more largely attended, 
niore enthnsiasm was shown, iiigher scores wore made and a 
much lai^er nundier of sharpshooters were qualified. 

To add im]>'>rtancc to and interest in this camp, the annual 
competition for the oflicors nuiking the best score with tho. serv- 
ice revolver, five shots each at 10, 20, 30, 40,,- aiul, &ftj'liT^hj n 



■ THE AdJUTAXT CtEXEBaI.. 



General Eeport. 



I 

lias beon addod. To qualify for ooinpetition, an oiRcer must 
make 119 out o£ a possible 125 in liis n^mental compotition. 
Tliis yrar llio prizf^ a revolver oifercd each year by General 
Charles King, was won by a possible score of 125, In addi- 
tion to tliis an offieers' class lias been instituted in which wtiieera 
oiilj] eompeto among themselves for prizes that are eoutributeil. 
This yeiir this class was limited to two officers for each battal- 
ion. It is hoped anotlier year to enlarge this class until event- 
ually it will include one officer from each company. The ob- 
ject of this class is to increase the interest and knowledge of 
officers in rango work that they in turn will impart it to the 
men iii their companies. 

These rifle camps should be continued and the idea ainplifled 
until eventua.lly Wisconsin will have a "rifle battalion" com- 
posed entirely of sharijshoot^rs, 

t'omplaints having been constantly ui;ade of inaccuracies in 
scoring the following modification of former rules has been put 
in force ajid has boeii found to work irith complete success. 

'"The markers in the pit will nurnl>er consecutively each bul- 
let hole as it is paste<l and afier each range is completed the 
iinxiliary frame will !«,' rein»)vod and a' new tai^t put in for 
the next range. 

'■The pit ortieer will count the bullet holes in tho target as it 
is taken downi and record on, the Choek-I'it-(Jard tho umuber 
of 5s, 4s, ;is, and Sis, as represented on tho target Ho will 
then mark tlie target for i<lentiH(.ation bj- writing therooa the 
range, target and distance, and will fill out the Check-Pit-Card 
ami sign the certificate attached thereto. lie will return the 
t,'hpek-Pit-('ard to the slntistieal office at the close of the firing 
at each distance. 

"It is the duly of eaeli raiigo officer to obsen-e closely the tar- 
gct.s and cf.iTCj^jvmding firing points assigned to him; to see 
that the score cards are promptly filli'd out with the najue, 
rank, and company of the mm firing; to watch tho discing of 
each shot from the f4irg<'t: to sec that tho value thereof is dia- 

Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUUVIL 



Rr.i'OKT OF TUB Adjutant Geseeal. 



General liepori. 

tint-tiy aniioiiiit'twl liy tlio scopbf and t-orrecHy entered by tlie 
fiojrer on rhe sct>ro rani in ita proiKT place. IIo \\i)i ciillpct 
tlu' 3C"^»ro carda as soon as eacli score is coinpIet<?4 and after 
verifying tlio sajiio lio will sign tlie certificate on the bark of 
the car<l." 

Tlie wcjik <jf this brancli of instniotion, as boreUtfore, has 
l(cen In elxarge of Colonel George Graliain, than whom no more 
tifficiont, painstaking, conscientious and hard working officer 
cM.iiId l»e wished for. To tlie enthusiasm he has inspired and 
to iho intelligent work he has done is duo tlie si>Iondid progn-s-t 
the Guard of the stHtc has made during the last year in rifle 
practice, 

WI.SC()X.S1X MIMTAltY KESEEVATIOS. 

The valiuo of the permanent camp ground of tlio Wisconsin 
Xational Guard is l)ecoming more marked from year to year. 
Since the last report twenty acres have been added to it by pur- 
cliaae and another small. tract of some eight acres or more vriU 
1x1 adde<I by purchase before the close of tho present year. 
CondenCnation proceedings were commenced for tlie acquisition 
of a<Mitional territory but it was found tho advance in land val- 
ues ha<l lK:'en bo sharp sufficient funds would not bo available 
ami from ncc^'ssity thev vrcre dropped. 

Xhc future will continue to emphasiito the necessity for more 
land and ever}' effort shmdd be made to secure it now before im- 
proveiiifuts place the vahio of teiriterj- new available Ix'yond 
the jiieans of tho state ti> purchase at a reasonable figure. 

In tlio way of iniprovemonts a jiowdor magazine li>cated at a 
safe fliataiice from all buildings on the camp ground has been 
Imilt and a house erected on the reservation for tho use of tlie 
iiuartemiaster in charge of tho Post. These improvemcnfa 
wero prreatiy iiecde<l and they liare i)e<'n constructed at a reason- 
flldo price. Another year tlio guard house and canteen build- 
ing should be moved to points on a lino with tho Commissary i 



Adjutant Genebai,. 



General Report. 



Depot, a new ice house shoiikl be congtnictcd and new headquar- 
ters buildings erected. 

Additional range facilities slioiild be provided \>y placing 
nioro targets on ranges ibvec and five and additional facilities 
for skirmish work slioidd be provided. By these improTementa 
the samo amount of rifle practice can bo had but tiie time de- 
voted to it will be reduced quite materially. The drainage sys- 
tem of the reservation should also be couneeted with the town 
drainage eaual that has been projected as soon as tlie latter has 
been completed. 

This year a new artillery range was opened. On this range 
distances up to 5,000 yards can be procured and probably more. 
This range will lie materially improved by clearing off the tim- 
ber annind fclie targets^ a project the Quartamiaster's Depnrt- 
niont aJroady has in hand. 

The a^'ailability of C'anip Douglas as a national Camp 
grciuid has been called to the attention of the national authori- 
ties af Washington by C'ongressmian John J. Esch of La, Crosse. 
Through his efforts it is now being considered aa an available 
sit(! for the mobilization of national and state troops for joint 
maneuvers. For this purpose some 15,000 or 20,000 acres will 
probably bo required. Pursuant to an order from the War De- 
partment General O. II. Ernst of the LTnited 8tatca Engineers 
made a preliminary examination of the territory this spring 
with a view to ascertaining its availability for the purpose de- 
airwl. It is understood his report is favorable. His survey has 
\nK-n embodied in a topographical map which for nolitaiy pur- 
poses is very valuable. Several copies of it have been given 
this department by General Ernst. 

Tlie acquisilicm of this site by the Government for a national 
camp ground will be of benefit to the military of the countrj- 
and <'S]tc<.'ially to the Guard and people of Wisconsin. Con- 
grcjwnian Escli should have evoiy help from this state in the 
stn>ng (effort lie is now making to have Camp Douglas seleete<l- 

It is not the iiitention of the state to give 11)^1.1(8 ^^^J^^to^the 



■ TUB Adjutant Gexekal. 



General Report. 



military reseiration but {f> simply allow the TTnitod Sfatos to 
M~e the pivniniis In conDection with the land the Government 
may purchase, while the atimmer and fall field irork is in prog- 

TPSS. 

The practical valne of tho site wns tested by the flth and 21st 
Batteries Field Artillery, ITnited States Army, which marched 
to Camp Douglas and return from Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 
They "were in camp there some three weeks and dnrinp that time, 
devoted nearly each day to range work. They seciirefl nn- 
known ranges from 1,200 yards up to 4.80O, where shell and 
f-hrapnel were used without material danger of injury or dam- 
a^. 

IXfajor C, R, Williams has been continued in charge of the 
reservation and his work there, together with his duties as qtiar- 
termast/T and ordnance officer, has been ^ery satisfactory'. To 
his indvidual efforts, energy and discrimination are duo in no 
small degreo tho results obtained the past two years. 

MOUSTED OROAXIZ.VTIONR. 

Troop 'A," 1st Cavalry, and the First Bat^ry Field Artilloty 
have made steady progress during the past tivio years. Both or- 
p-anizations can now be said to be in first cla-ss condition. 15(>th 
are thoroughly instructed, both are composed of a desirable cla-ss 
of men, both are in good financial condition and lx)th are fairly 
we'll equippe<l. The work of these two commands has I)cen es- 
jtecially satisfactory this year and a decided advance ha-s been 
mado in discipline and practical instniction. The expense at- 
tendant upon maintaining mounted organizations ha.s mado the 
task ""'f keeping them np a difficult one but they can now bo said 
ta bo in a condition where they are worth to the state all that it 
has cost to put them where they are. Troop "A" should have 
inoro assistance in purchasing more horses that will lx> owned 
by the organization. If the armory building now owne<l by the 
Ijigltt Horse Squadron Association could be sold for a fair price 
and the prooeeds devoted to purchasing drill grounds, stables >>qIc 



Report of the Aujutant Gesehal. 



General Report. 



and barracks near the outskiHs o£ Milwaukee it would be de- 
cidtMlly l>euc'ficial to the Cavalry. 

Tho Battery should l>e oqiiipiMKl with modern pieces. Xow 
it has three 3. '2 inch ]>ieeea modeled for black powder, one anti- 
quated nnizzlft loading piece and two gatling guns. If some 
plan could bo put into effect whereby the Battery could own it:* 
o\vii horses it would have a very material effect in advancing the 
condition and efficiency of that organization. 

AliTTI-T.ERY COJirKTITION. 

In 1001 an artillery contest between the Wisconsin Battery 
and the two Batteries of tlie Xational Guard, Stato of Minne- 
sota, was arranged. The following report gives the details of 

that contest: 

Heatlqu&rters First Battalion Artlllerr. N. G. S. U., 

St. Paul. Minn.. Nov. 15, 1901. 
The Adjutant General of the 

State oi' Wisconsin. 
Sir; I have the honor to report that. In accordance with the tertDE ot 
mf letters of July ISth and August 19tb. 1901. accepted by Captain 
Charles F. Ludlngton, commanding Battery "A", First Light Artnier)-, 
W. N. G., and approved by the Adjutant Generals of Minneeota and 
Wisconsin respectively, the Interstate Artillery Contest between the 
States ot Minnesota and Wisconsin took place at Camp Lakevlew. Lake 
City. Minnesota, on September 23rd, 24th, and 26tb, 1901, under the 
rules and regulations approved by competent authority and promulgated 
in General Orders No. 19, A. G, O.. (Minnesota) current aeries. 
The following teams reported for duty at the appointed time and 

MINNESOTA STATE ARTILLERY TEAM. 
Major George C. l-ambert. First Artillery, N. G. S. M., team captain. 
First Lieutenant Albert F. Pray. Battery "B". 
Second Lieutenant Grifflth C. Wllilanis, Battery "B". 
First Sergeant John Francis Barron. Battery "A". 
Sergeant Anton T, Axness, Battery "B". 

Corporal Albert Wilson, Battery "A". ^ , 

Corporal iCtaton Peterson, Battery "A". c izpd ::yA_iOOQlC 



3itEPORT OF THE i^JUTAST GeNEEAL. 



Ocnet-al Reporf. 



ALTERNATES. 
Captain Heory L-arsoti, Battery "A". 
First Sergeant Cbarles A. Benson, Battery "B". 

AUXILIARY DETAIL. 
Corporal John E. Gray. Battery "B". 
Prtvate Olof C. Helander. Battery "B". 
Private John Ewald, Battery "A". 
Private Roy Murillo, Battery "A". 
Prirate Charles B. Rosen, Battery "B". 
Private Ralph C. Chandler, Battery "B", marker. 
Private Arthur F. Kaymoad, Battery "B", scorer. 

WISCONSIN STATE ARTILLERY TEAM. 
First Lieutenant Guy D. Armltage, Battery ."A", team captain. 
First Sergeant Charles J. Naah, Battery "A". 
Sergeant Phil. C. Westfall, Battery "A". 
Sergeant John H. Bond, Battery "A". 
Corporal Edward Stelnei, Battery "A". 
Corporal Arthur C. Ebert, Battery "A"'. 
Corporal AlonEo T. Comatoch. Battery "A". 

ALTERNATES. 
Captain Charles F. Ludlcgton, Battery ■"A". 
Corporal John J. QuIIlen, Battery "A". 

AUXILIARY DETAIL. 
Private Jchn J. Buckley, Battery "A". 
Private William C. Roessler, Battery "A". 
Private Henry Basttan, Battery "A". 
Musician Frank Greenwood, Battety^ •A". 
Musician Arthur Dreher, Battery "A". 
First Lieutenant Joseph A. Edwards, Battery "A", scorer. 
Second Lieutenant Fred N. Bement, Battery "A", marker. 

Brlg--Gen, C. R, Boardman, Adjutant General of Wlsconein, was 
selected to act as referee In the absence of Major Benjamin H. Dally, 
let Infantry, W. N. 0., who was unahle to attend owing to a sprained 
anKle. 



Di:;-iz?.):7^J 



uoi^le 



Eeport of the Adjutast Generai.. 



General Report. 

Each team used its own guns and ammunitloa. The Minnesota team 
wa« provided with tbe 3.2 inch B. L. steel piece, mode] ot 1897 (model 
of 1890 converted), smoheleBs powder cartridge producing' a tnuMle ve- 
locity of l.eSS rt.-Sec., with 131^ pd. plugged ehell. The Wiaconsln 
team used the 3.2 inch B. L. ateel piece, model ot 1890, black powder 
cartridge, iniUal velocity 1,685 ft.-Sec, 13^^ pd. plugged shell. 

The first gun m the contest was flred at 2:14 o'clock In the afternoon 
or Sept. 23rd, at a. range of 2,500 yards upon a U. S. regulation arQUety 
land target (20X10 ft.), partly over land and across a small bay ad- 
jacent to the camp ground's. One hundred and sixty shots In all were 
fired during the three days, eighty-four by the Minnesota team and 
eighty-two by the 'Wisconsin team, the latter losing two trial shots for 
want of cartridges. All shots were located by the two markers (one 
from each team) poeted under cover and protected by a large rock in 
front and helow the target. The location of each shot was communi- 
cated by telephone to the scorers at the firing point, a duplicate record 
being kept by both markers and Bcorera. 

The contest ended at 5:53 o'clock In the afternoon of September 25, 
1901. Forty-eight shots were fired on each of the first two days and 
seventy on the last day, resulting in a score of 21 tor Minnesota and 60 
for 'Wisconsin. One hundred and fifteen shots were located within 
fifteen feet from thp center of the target. Had a target of the same 
size been erected at 1,250 yards from the firing point, at the proper 
elevation, it would have shown one hundred and twenty-three hits, 
nearly seventy-five per cent, of the total number of shots fired. This 
estimate is, of course, relative, for different conditions at the midway 
point might have Increased or decreased the number of hits. 

Through the courtesy of the Commercial Club ot St. Paul, Wm, H. 
Upmeyer of Milwaukee. Wis., the Lake City Bank of Minnesota. Wm. 
B. White, Mabey Bros., T. J. Foley, C- Wise & Sons, E. J. Lange, The 
Jewel Nursery, Frinke S. Bowe, James A. Smith and Wm. E. Sprague, 
public spirited citizens of Lake City, Minn., a beautiful silver cup. to 
be known as "The Interstate Artillery Cup," was offered for eompetilion 
in a series of three contest between the States of Minnesota and Wis- 
consin, to become the property of the state team winning two out of 
three matches. 

An appropriate badge has also been designed, commemorative of the 
contests, which will be properly engraved and presented to each mem- 
ber of the winning team In this and future matches of the series. 

In conclusion, I desire to mention the cordial feeling and good fellow- 
shlp prevailing at bH times between the conteetaats. wid t^ mmml 



Rjil'OKT OF THE An.jrTAXT GENERAL. 



General lieporf. 

interest tahen in the match by Genera! C. R. Boardman, Adjut&nt Oen- 
ertl of WiscooalD, and General E. D. Llbbey. Adjutant General of Mln- 
oeutta. I am convinced that the service in both stateq has been'greatlr 
beneDted. at a trfning expense, by Che experience derived from the con- 
test as veil as by tbe valualile atcre of knowledge and information ac- 
quired and exchanged. Very respectfully, 

GEO. C. LAMBERT, 
Major nrst Artillery, N. Q, 3. M. 

A similar contest waa lieM this vear at Camp Douglas, be- 
(wren the saiuo oi^anizations iimler practically the same condi- 
tions. Thia fiiiie Minnesota won scoriii}; 1:17 jroints to Wis- 
omsin's 1)7. Both tcains sliowit;<l a. decided improveiuo-nt over 
last war and the experience ^ined lia,s !>oen very valuable to 
tlie artillen- of Imth state's. It is ex])c.-ctc<l another contest will 
1x1 held at Lake City, ifinn., next year. The official report of 
the 11)02 contest has not been received in time to l>e made a part 
I'f this report. In time these com)>etition3 should be niade to 
include firinp at several unknown distances and the firing of 
I'laded shells and shrapnel. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

Every effort has been made to increase the knowledire and etfi- 
oienoy of officers and to secure pood rtew otticers. nip system 
'»f examination established in 1!K)0 liaa Ix-en enlarged by add- 
iaR t»'o addtional subjects, "Jliltan,- Ti)j)ograpliy" and "Fire 
I'iseipline," by the increase in the nnnilier of questions aski'd 
and iho values piven the several snbjecta. The following Gen- 
eral Onlers now gfivcm in this matter: 

State of Wisconein, 
Adjutant General's Office, 
General Orders ) Madrson. Feb. 18, l^ff2. 

No. 1. ) 

1. The following rules, established in accordance with Sec. 31, 
Chapter 228, Law? of 1901, providing for a system of examination of 
officers, are published for the Information and guidance of all con- 
cerned: ' , 

3 D,:;,„J:,^,OOgle 



Report of the Ad.ii 



General Report. 



All officers nominated or recommeiided for promotion or appointment. 
below the grade of major, Bhatl tie examined by a competent board ae 
to their physical and mental Qualifications for the positions. Character 
and reputation shall also be taken into consider stlon. 

Boarde will be detailed from Regimental Headquarters and shall con- 
sist ot three officers. 

The findings, certificates or recommendations ot this board shall be 
forwarded to the Adjutant General through Regimental HeAdquartere. 

Orders for examination shall Issue from Regimental Headquarters. 

Paragraph 42, Article VI, of the regulations governing the Wiscon- 
sin National Guard, will be rigidly enforced. In addition, the officer 
about to be examined, will be required to submit a certificate, which 
will be as follows: "I certify, to the best ot my knowledge and belief, 
that I am not affected with any form of disease or disability which 
will Interfere with the performance ot the duties ot the grade for 
which I am undergoing examination." 

The physical examination must be thorough. 

Defects of tIsIoq, remitting from errors of refraction, that are not 
excessive and that m^ be entirety corrected by glasses, do not dis- 
qualify, when they are not due to or are accompanied by orgacl 



All public proceedings will be In the presence ot the officer under 
examination; the conclusions reached and the recommendations 
entered In each caee will be regarded as confidential. 

The examination will be conducted orally, with sufllcient writing to 
test the candidate's penmanship, orthography and composition. 

Whenever the oral examination of an officer is unsatisfactory on 
any subject the board will proceed with a written examination on 
that subject and in case the officer Is not found proficient, the ques- 
tions and answers will be attached to the proceedings. 

To secure uniformity, boards of examination will be furnished by 
the Adjutant General wltb lists of questions with numbers attached. 
Not less than thirty questions will bo supplied tor each subject and 
each officer examined will he given not tees than tweity (20) ques- 
tions to answer. The maximum value of eacli question shall be ten. 
The Board will prepare numbers correspondlns to the numbers on the 
official lists of questions and permit each candidate to draw bis quote 
ot numers. 

No candidate will be passed who cannot answer 65 per cent ot the 
questions. 



Report of the Acjdtast Geneeal. 



Generai Tiepori. 



The scope of tbe examlnEitloiis will be as follows: 

Total 
value. 
1. AdmltUstratioii. (p. S. Army Regulations 

and Stat« Military Regulatlous.) 200 

n. Drill R^ulatioDS. (Including Guard Duty, 
Small Anns Practice, Marches and Camp 

SanitaUon.) , 200 

m. Flte Discipline , 200 

IV. Ullitarr Uiv. (National and State.) .... 200 

V. Military Topography , 200 

Vt. Minor Tactics. (Advance and Rear 

Quards, Outposts, Patrols, and Recon- 
nolasance.) i 200 



Relative 
weight. 



In computing the examination, Ond the percentage In the various 
subjecu, multiply each by the relative weight of the subject, then 
divide the sum of these products by the mim of the relative weights 
of tbe subjects Included in the examination of each officer. 

Boards rhould so conduct examinations that the (tuallQcations of 
candidates may he detenoined, as tar as practicable, hy the practical 
application of their knowledge. 

IL To conform to the new organization of the Artillery of the 
United States Army the designation of Battery "A". Ist Artillery, Wls- 
CMiaiij National Guard, is changed to Ist Battery. Field Artillery, Wis. 
conEin National Guard. 

By Command of the Governor: 

C. R. BOARDMAN. 

Adjutant General. 
Offlcial: 

JNO. G. SALSMAN. 

Assistant Adjutant General. 

This Rvstem should Lc enlarji^d each year until the standard 
of the armj can be approximated. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



3C IEi;i'ouT or rrtE Adjctant Gieskkal, 

(.h'neral Ilppoii. 



TIic juTwmal Uiiuls ^ivoti by many otfipcrs having been fouud 
to 1k^ faulty the follmviiig Ociicra] Order was issued and i» now 

ill forw; 

State of WisconslD, 
AdlutAJit General's Office, 
General Ordere ) Madison, Marcb fi. 1902. 

No. 3. ) 

Hereafter alE officers of the Wisconsin. NaUooal Guard who, under 
the laws or the rulee and regulations governing tbe Wisconsin Na- 
tional Guard, may be required to give a bou'l for the care and eafe 
keeping of any etate property and money will give said bond in some 
fldelily. guarantee or surety company legally doing business In the 
State of Wisconsin at the time of the application for said bond. 

The use of state military funds to defray the expense of procurlzig 
these bonds Is authorized. 

By Command of the Governor: 

C. R. BOARDMAN. 
Official: Adjutant General. 

JNO. G. SALSMAN, 

Assistant Adjutant General. 



TIic wcrli of tlii.i ((«'() a i-tiiu'iit has \vpn progressive and vcrv 
salisfat-tcry. The luhiiliMi cf an operating nxmi to the hospital 
and tho piii-cliase r.f aii> amhidance fur the hospital eorjis wen- 
necdi'il inipn-.vt'meiits. A rejxH't from Surgeon General John 
It. Kdwards, whose management of the affairs of this depart- 
ment has l>een admirahle, is liere appended: 

State uf WiEconsIn, 
Surgeon Generars Ofllce, 
Maucton, September 30, 1902. 
To His Excellency. Robert M. La Follette, 
Governor ami Commander-in-Chief. 
Sir: I have the hcnor to submit the annual report of the Surgeon 
General for the year ending Seiitember 30lh. 1902. 

The health of the several detachments of the state troops during tbe 
annual encampment for Instruction, including the camp for advanced 
rifle practice, was excellent; no cases of serious illnesa or accident 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUUVK 



■■ TiiK Adjutant GkxkkA] 



Gvnei-d Rrporl. 

hiviiig occurred. The hoapltaJ register shows only forty eases treated 
daring tte entire season. 

The coui]itlon of thlc departmetit aa to equipment is all that could 
be desired lor the service It Is called upon to i.erform, with the excep- 
tion of the f&cilities for sterilizing dressing m^iterlal, instruments, etc, 
A regulation Eterllizing chest such as wat recommended in my report 
tor Iftdl would be more elBclent than the one now In use, 

Th« necesBity Tor a screen dcor at the rear imtrance of the hospital 
building was recognized by several of the medical officers in their re- 
ports during the ei.campment. The hoei'ltal vlth that exception and 
the need of a, bedside commode has everything that is neceseary tor 
field service. For the improvement of the general sanitary condition 
of the grounds, attention is respectfully called to the reeommenuatlon 
resardlng the slnk-i. made in my report for inoi. the dry earth system 
Is again recomm ended. 

There Is appended hereto a statement showing the amcunt of 
me-dtcal, surgical, and hospital supplies on hand at last report, the 
amounu purchaeed during the year, the amcunts expended on sick, 
lost, broken, etc. 

The treatment of an injured horse made ths amount of non-expend- 
able supplies larger than it would have been otherwise. 
Balance of hc^jiital and medical supplies on hand at 

lajrt annual report tl,2G0.2S 

- Supplies bought during 1902: 

■W.'eKtem Surgical Dressing Co 21 33 

Yahr & Lauge Drug Co. , 59 j3 

S- F. Howard U Of, 

Bemice G. Clilnn ^ 5 yg 

¥1,362.38 
Total amount expenderl with ciek, lost and broken for 

the year 1902 , gg g,j 

Balance of hospital and medical suppiiEs on hand. .,, . . . tl.2B2.4l 
I cannct close this report wlthcut warmly thanking your Excenency 

and your Chlef-ot-SlafT for the support you have uniformly extended 

this departinent. 

Very raspectfully, 

J. B. EDWARDS. 



Surgeon General. 



ai.T 



Kepoet of the Adjutant General. 



General Report. 



FINANCIAL, 



The law at present makes the Adjutant Genei-al the auditor 
of all military accounts. According to the books of tliU depart- 
ment for tlie financial neriod ending June 30, 1902, the follow- 
ing accounts have bcon audited : 



Oct. 1, 1900 Oct. 1, 1901 



Rent of Armories 

Allowance to Co. CommanderB . . . 

Allowance to Batt. Commanders 

Allowance to Rest. Adjutanta 

Allowance to Reg'fl Headquarters 300 00 

Clothing allowance paid to Cos ( 12,705 00 

Extra allowance, Troop and Battery, 

Pay o( troops In cemp 

Pay of rifle camp , 

C. R. Boardman, salary Ad]t. Gen 

C. R. Boardman, expenses i 

W. H. Patton, Asst. Adjt. Gen., salary 

Jao. Q. Salsman, AF-st. AdJt. Gen., salary 

Jno. G, Salsman, expeases ,. . 

Salaries, Nat. Guard DIv 

Salary, Vol. Dlv , 

Salaries, Pension Div 

Col. W. C. Glnty, A. D. C, expenses 

Maj. J. A. Nemitz, expenses 

Gen. J. B. Edwards, Surg. Gen., expenses 

Capt. C. F. King, Asst. Surg. 

Examination of recruits 

Medical Dept. supplier 

Army and Navy Journal 

Anny and Navy Register 

Capt. Ed. Chynoweth, U. S. A., inspections 

Dues Inter-state Nat. Guard Ass 

Troop "A", 1st. Cav , 

Court MarOal, Neillsvllle 

Capt. S. A. Peterson, expenses , 



Se'pt 30, 1901. June 30, 1902. 
$1S,400 00 
2,100 00 ' 
£00 00 



(18,400 00 
2.100 00 



3.000 00 


3.000 00 


2,464 46 


18 00 


1.098 87 




2,000 00 


1,600 00 


63 02 


45 63 


1,053 00 




348 00 


l.OBO 00 


13 20 


12 00 


2.040 00 


1.020 00 


200 00 




1,380 00 


1.G3G 00 


21 17 


,. . . . 



22 00 


102 40 


423 54 


70 67 


6 00 


6 00 




3 00 


6V0 00 






35 00 




1.000 00 




169 66 




19 13 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Report of the Adjut. 



Qeneral Report. 



Pay roll, Co. "A", 10th S. B 

Quartermaster General's Depart , 

Ph; oT aien at Camp Harrer 

Wm. Woods & Co., Sdil. HjrgleDe . . 

Telepboae 

Telegrajns 

Postage 





120 06 


5,936 76 


19,449 82 


147 BO 






8 75 


3 80 


21 00 


25 8S 


5 66 


160 00 




8 40 


24 B3 


9104,662 40 


164.461 00 



TOLL-XTEER SERVICE DIVISION. 

Up to !N^ovembcr 1st, 1900, tlie work of this division was in 
charge o£ Captain J", H. WhitneVj who liaving completed the 
work of transcribing and compiling the records of Wisconsin 
troops in the war with Spain, resigned on account of ill health. 
His work was well done. No corrections in it have been found 
necessarj-. Today these records are in splendid shape, systemi- 
atieally arranged, quick of access and as complete as all tlie in- 
formation obtainable can make them. Tlie amount of labor in- 
volved, was large and exacting. The present condition of these 
records is a fitting memorial to Captain Whitney's ability and 
his valuable services to the state. The indejcing was the work 
-of Colonel W. H. Patton. 

Since tlie resignation of Captain Whitney the position of vol- 
uiitoer service clerk has been abolished and tlio working force 
of tlie office reduced by one. This work is now dono by the As- 
sistant A<ijnttint General and the book keeper of the depart- 
ment. 

I>uring tlio past two years the calls for certificates of service 
by old soldiers ajid their relatives has increased. For the two 
years ending September 30, 1900, 640 certificates of sonnco 
■were issued. For the two years ending September 30th, 1902, 
there have been 937 eertificfltea issued. 

In addition to this 900 statements and letters pertaining to i 

DrrizP.)::X.OOgle 



AdJLTAXT G-EXER-Vt, 



(letipral Report. 

the' volunteer servico of tlip (.'ivil War and the War with Sj>aiu 
have been sent out. 

During tlie two years notices ha,ve ]>opu received from tie 
War Dci>artn!ent at AVasliinfrton of the remnster of tn-enty- 
acven offieei-s under tlie Act of (^onfjress approved February Hi, 
1897, together T^nth a nunil>cr of notices aa to the true names of 
certain soldier.-i and the final tennination of their service. All 
of thf'Se have been ])roperly reeonlod. 

Frtfjiient culls for a roster of soldiers from this state who 
served in tho War with Spain emphasize the a<lvisability of hav- 
ing such a n)st(*r put- in print- at soino future date. 

TKNSION DIVISION. 

For the two years since Oetol>cr Ist, IflOO, tho Pcaision Divi- 
sion iias tiled !tO;t new ai>plication9 and has on il« files at tJiis 
datt\ So]itenilipr 30th, 11)02, S7ii claims awaiting action. 

Since tho same date, October 1st, ll'OO, 85ft claims havel)eeii 
adjmlicated ; of these .">i;t have l)een allowed and 345 liave been 
rcjecte<l, c,y in other words, alnuwt e-'iactly GO per cent, of all the 
claims tiled with the (.ffiee ha^-e, been .snecessfully proaeciited. 

Of the 513 claims allowed, 11 were for Invulid pension un- 
der the {iciKTal aw, and EtO \rere Invalid jjensions under the 
Act of Juno 2Ttb, l.Si)0; 70 were claims for Increase under tie 
general law, and 1^5 were for Incn-aso under tie Act of June 
27th, 185)0; 41 widows have Ih'Cii allowed penaiim under thn 
jp'iici'al law, l.T^f widows ]ia\e received the itenefits of the Act 
of June 27th, ISilO, 3 widows who had forfeited their pensitms 
under the general law, by reason of reuiarriapc, liave been re- 
st<;i-ed to the n.lla under the Act. of ilarch 3rd, 1901 ; 9 pen* 
sious were granted to minor children, and 3 to dependant pa- 
rents of .s(4diers of tlie war nf the rebellion. 

There liave Ix^n 3t( applications filed for pensions by soldiers 
ef tJio War with Spain, of which 3 have Xtecn allo\TCd and 12 
rojeeted, the balance iH'ing stiil iiending, 

Di;;-izp.i:-y^iUUVIL 



ItKX'ORT OF TEIE AlUTTAN'T GkXKRAL. 41 

GeiK-ml Report. 

Of tlte 345 rejected ciaiins, 9 were for Invalid pension under 
tht* jpner^ law and -il werp for Invaliil [K'naioiL under the iVct 
< f Jun*^ 27th, ISl'O; 13« were cJaiins for Increase under the 
pt-neral law an<l >=7 wevo for luLTea-so under tliP Act of June 
litli, lf>!H>; 27 widiiwa* ajiplications under the {reneral law were 
njjecretl ; \-i withiws whose claims were under the Act of June 
-Tth, IS'.JO, met- the same fate. 

Tile lar^*" i)ep(?entage of Increase claims alhiwetl umler the 
Act. ff June :i7th, IMHO, is no doubt larficlv due U) the Act of 
ConiiTfss approvetl Mav !»tli, l!tOO, whicli provides "ilini m dn- 
ierminint) Ihe rjrgivp of dimhilify each and fvery 'm.firmity 
i-haU hf (iiiltf coDfidrrrrl, and the a'lijretjute of the diftahilifics 
fihotrn }»€■ rafrd," wliei-eas it was formerly the practice that only 
tho (liAabiiity whicli was ratH hijrlieft was considorwl. 

Jf anv widows' claims under the ^iieral law were rejected Im?- 
cajisc of want of care of attending physicians in making out the 
c fficirtl Death Certificalo in such a manner as to sliow that tho 
Mildit-r's death wji^i due to the pensionefl cause- or to direct re- 
r=ult,-^ ihfrefnim. 

Tho volunup of coiTes}x)n<len<'e has been large, .'!,0r>5 letters 
have l>eeu written and copie<l upon the fUes of the office, (this 
inelmUrt all letter? giving ailvice or i|iat ructions as to any clainn 
on file, as well as those giving instructions how to commenco a 
claim,) and alwnt 2.'2()i) circulars and jiostals have lioen sent. 

Kvory conmmnication lias received a pmmpt and conrt^xis 
rrply. usually all cf.rres]Min<hnce is answered nml all affidavits 
ivcsMved and blanks calle<l for are fi^rwarded on the day of re- 
cript, 

Onp hundred fonr ciainis have hcen abflndone<l by the (daiin- 
antrt f<;r Uie reason that the nce(*!sary evidence could not W olf- 
taincd, and 5 elaimaiits have die<! leaving no heirs to complet-e 
tho claim, 

Ff.iir claims of mlativea of indigent s<ddiers for rt^imhnrae- 
lucnt from the aecmed pension of deceastil soldiers for funeral 



DirizPd.yCOOgle 



• The Adjutant Gbneeal. 



General Report. 



and other oxpeniies have been filed, 2 o£ which liave been al- 
lowed and 2 are still j»eiLding. 

OiiG thousand one liiindred sixty three vouchors have Ijeen e«- 
ecuted for soldiers and widows, without charge, besides the exe- 
cuting of many affidavits for claimants wlio were unable to pay 
for such ser\'ice, and aJthough. the business of the office shows a 
considerable increase over that of the two preceding years it 
is in fully as efficient and satisfactory a condition as at any 
time since the division was inatitute<l and all business is up to 
date. : 

Col. E. B. Gray, who has been in charge of the division since 
the administration of Gov, W. H. Upham, resigned from tlie 
office February 17th, 1902, and was succeeded by Capt. C II. 
Russell, of BerJiu, who is now in charge, ably assisted by J. M. 
Williams, 8th Wis, Vol. Inf. To Col. Gray is in a groat meas- 
ure due the pivsent very satisfactory condition of tlie division, 
as ho improved and perfected the methods of his predecessors 
and introduced mfl.ny new forms and practices for the better- 
ment of tlie scn'ice. - 

Five thousand eight hundred sixteen claims of all classes 
have been tiled since the division was instituted, about fourtoeu 
years ago; '4,!J^7 of these have been adjusted, nearly 3,000 of 
them successfully. 

RECOUMEiMDATIOXS. 

Tli(* purchase by Ibe st^ite of tlie Broadway Armorj- noAV 
owneil by tho Light Iloree Squadron Association. The build- 
ing to be devoted to the use of the state military organizations 
j'tationoKl at Milwaukee, 

The purchase and issue to officers of the text books covering 
the subjeefs on which officers are examined, 

Tlie adoption of and aulhority to issue a service medal for 
■ not less than fifteen years' continuous servica 



Di;;-izp.i:-y^iUU' 



.yn 



Report of the Adjutakt Geneeai, 



General Report. 



The enlargement of all rajige facilities on tlie Wisconsin Mil- 
itary Rcser\-ation. 

An iuercase of $200.00 i>er year in the amiory rental allow- 
ance to each of the infantry companies stationed at Milwaukee. 

The publication in book fonn of all the laws and revisions of 
the rogiiJat ions governing the Wiseonain National Guard. 

The systeijuitic introduction and en^souragenient of athletics 
in the Wisconsin National Guard. 

Tlic irisue to mounted officers to become their personal prop- 
erty of all saddles and horse equipment refiuirod and the issue 
to each officer to l>econie his personal property of a service re- 
volver. 

The purchase by the state of at least twelve saddlehoi'sea, 
condoiiincd U. S, Cavalry horses if obtainable, to be kept for 
tlip iise of mounted officers while in camp. 

PiirebasG of additional land for the Wisconsin Military' Eea- 
ervatioiii. 

Increase from $12r.,000 to $130,000 of limit of ex|)endit»res. 

IN COKCX-rSION. 

It is a source of congratulation to note that the work of this 
department in the matter of aiding in the building and owning 
by companies of their own armories has borne some fruit. 
Xotable examples of this are "JB"'' company of the ;lrd Regiment 
at Portago and "H" company of the 1st Regiment at itonroe, 
both of -which companies now have fine quarters. Company 
"I" of the 2nd Regiment -will soon have a fine now armory built 
for it by tlie city of Marinette, while "G" company of the 2nd 
Regiment at Appleton, "K" company of tho 2nd Eogimeut at 
Beaver Dam and "II" company of the 3rd Regiment at Menom- 
onie have plans under way. Company *'U" of the 2nd Regi- 
ment at Oshkosh has purchased outright a splendid building 
formerly owned by one of the local Turnverein. In Milwau- 
kee full control has been secured by the Military of the Light 



■ TliE Ad.TVTAST GiEXEKAL. 



General Report. 



JIoi'so Squadron Annory. A g;\'nmasuini witli ail modem 
eqnipui«nt hag t)ecii opened in coJuiEx-'tion with it. Althoiipli 

tliia is expensive and necessitates raising ninney by subscription, 
it will \k woi-tli tlie effi>rt in its effect upon tlie i>ersoniiel of tlio 
eonipniiies stationed at Milwaukee. 

In the matter of officers, the exatniniitit.vns are producing 
sonip good rtsnlts and if followed up tlie effect should be mure 
apparent ficin year to year. A inaiiiiol governing the exaiuin- 
aticn of hoth Ltfficers and noii-eominissioned officers is neoKled 
and w(,rk cm such a jtiiblioation is now in ppogretw. When coin- 
jjlet^l its use whoidd lead to more nnifomi and ix-tter reeidts 
and at tlto sanio time it will |>r(ive very liclpfnl t« those looking 
for a]ii)oiiitmeiit or promotion. 

A revision (-f tlie regulations has also l)een in prt^jress whict 
sli(vuld ho n'a.<Iy fiT siihniissioii fur approval before the close 
of the present year. 

As having a bearing ni>ou one of the i-eeonimendations made 
in this re]K.rt, Jittcnticn is callwl to tlie fact that the transporta- 
tion of (.'iheers' horses to and from the aimiial enoainpiiients 
for 11)01 was $;{10.00. 

An invitation was received this yenr from the United States 
Government to wild seme part of -the state troops tj) Fort Riley, 
Kansiw, tfn.m September 2!llK to October 8th to participate 
in j<:int maneuvers with the United States tn»ops and the 
trw.ps (.f tjthcr states. The invitation came after all arnuige- 
mC'iits including contracts lia<l lieon made for the annual en- 
camjnnont, and, as there were no funds available excepting those 
for ciimp, thti imitalii.n liad to \te declined, Itajor JR. IT. 
Dally, 1st Iltjiiment Infantry, \V. X. G., however, was detailod 
to rt'pnsuit Wisconsin <hmng the maneuvers, and a detailed 
reiw rr will Ix' received from him in due time. 

This woik oil the part of the government bids fair to become 
pre gressi vc, ami in carrying it out the United States shouM 
have the su](])ort of the state. ('ombiiie<l manetivers will pmve 
valuable tJ) ail and osiMtiially to the state tW,*n*-j,..^,(^ifeh^ 



Report of tiik Adjutaxt Gesek-vl. 



Genera} Rfpoii. 



lii>l>o<l what i^ kncrtvn aa the '"Dick t»ili," now pcmlinp in the 
Tnitr^l State*!. Senate, and wliich will provide for payment of 
i\ve exi>oiiseA of such maiieuvors inchidinp per dieni for (>ffieerB 
smA men, will licconie law this winter. 

It if* a pleasure to state, in coiichi<!in^ this re|)orf., that the 
efficifTicy of the entire Guard in all brandies of inrttniction lias 
lieeti iiiattTial ly improved dnring the past year, ajul that tjjday 
it st4in<l? upon a liiglier plane f;f pHiciency tlian at any time 
fineo its reorganization at tlie olosp of the war with Spain. 
\S'lii\e frtiiii. the nature of the enndititHiM under wliich it cxisti 
au<l wr.rkrt, it can never eijiial the refii'lar estahliahnicnt, tijday 
it approaches cither U> it in organization, eqiiipnient., instme- 
tioiL and clisci(>line than ever before. _ It is a bnsinesa-like or- 
paiiizati(m, ready f'lr orompt resjKinso to any call for seniee^ 
flTid in such condition that steady advancement should be made 
■from year to year. Interest in the wr.rk on the |)art of nffi- 
COT5 and men doe* not flng. Tlic-ir cnthnsiasm nin.i aa hifrh 
aa ever; at the same time more effort., more hard \n>rk and nior;? , 
<-xacting dcniamk have been made npon them each year. Of- 
ficers have been learning that indiscriminate criticism, argn- 
irients over orders, and airing of imaginary griefs are not eondii- 
civp to discipline or -to the welfare of the organization, and lit- 
tle, if any, of it is now heard. TIic entire force is rapiflly 
learning that the Kegidar Army is the only guide. Its way 
should Ik- \Visc-onsin's way. Toueli of elliow with the goi^d fel- 
Id-wship and eiitliusiasmi that has always been characteristic of 
the Wisconsin Xatio^nal Guard can have hut one result, and 
that result is anceess. 

Tilt) resnltti of the past two years of work iini due (o the 
judgment and liberality of the ("'ommander-in-Chief, to tho 
per.sf-rinfl cf the departments, and more than all, to the pains- 
taking, t-elf-sacrificiiig efforts of the olHcers and men. 
Very res|XM?tfu]ly, 

C. R. lioAiinM.vN-, 



^^'^"''"^'DS^^oogle 



Kepobt of the Adjutant Gkneeai., 



Reports of Annual Eiicamptiients. 



APPENDIX. 



REPORTS OF ANNUAL ENCAMPMENTS. 



Headquarters First Hegiment Infantry, 

WisconBlD National Guard. 
Mriwaukee, Wis.. Sept- 2, 1102. 
Adjutant Oeoeral, 

MadlEon, Wis. 

Sir: I have the honor to submit the following report of the tour of 
duty of the First Regiment of Infantry, W. N. G., at Camp Swaosaa, 
Camp Douglas Station, WisconEln, from August 2 to August 9, 1902. as 
per G. O., No. 6 A. G. O. c. s. 

In accordance with Instructions A. O. O. to place a reasonable limit 
to amount of liquor taken on cars by troops In traveling;, I Issued 
orders that no liquor be taken on cars. I believed that this was the 
only limit that would apply fairly to all, and I beliere It was as a result 
that order was better preserved on trains and that the regiment came 
Into camp In better appearance than ever before. The First Battery 
Pteld Artillery arrived at Camp Douglas at 9 A. M.. having been all 
night on cars; the first companies of my regiment arrived at 1:30 P.M. 
and the whole ccmmand was in camp at 4:30 P. M. 

I regret to report that very shortly after arrival at Camp Sw&osod. 
Major Quentmeyer was so Injured by a fill from his horse, as to be 
Incapacitated for all except eome admlnlBtratWe duty with his bat- 
talion. Most of the drills of his battalion were In charge of Lieut.- 
Colonel George H. Joachim, whose wlllingneaa to command a i 
body of troops than entitled to by his rank, is to be commended. 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUOl 



•S^e 



Report of the Adjutaxt Generai.. 



Reports of Annual Eru;anipments. 



The following is a summair ot the "for duty" streogtb of my regi- 
nent on each day: — 









PUaRST 




ABBBITT. 


Pmfant 




OEBcere 


Hen. 


Totsi.: 


Omeen 


.... 


Total. 


■a.' 


Aoe 
Aog 




52 


750 
731 

748 


802 , 
804 


£ 


47 
49 


48 

51 

4» 
49 


8E3 




53 


853 








A Si 






SDI II 2 

SOI II 2 
























1 









Tbe "for duty" strength of the Flrat battery was as followsr- 





Pbmbxt. 




AWnr, 
Men. 


Totnl. 




Offieers. 


Hen. 


Total. 


abneiic. 


AnfT. 2 5 


6E 


70 


17 


!7 








































































Au«- 9 






75 j 12 


S7 



Tbe total "sick" of all contmaDds on each day was;- 



Ho pitaL Quarters, 













2 
















i 


















An« 









Tlie smaU proportion alck as shown above is about the rame as In 
the cam-ps of 1899, 1300, and 1901 (In all ot which years the army 
ration, 'was used) and ie surprisingly less than in the years before the 
adoption of the army ration. 

Oaaril duty was performed by details from all companies not on 
the range. Two officers were detailed daily in order that the guard 

Di.izPd.y Google 



RkI'OIIT of the AUJITAXT GtNEEAL. 



Rppoiis of Annual Ewatnpmeiifs. 

might be thoroughly Instructed. Aa the program of work required of 
trcops la very Tull, it aeema neccaeary to require ait officer to go ra 
duty immediately ap he comes off duty as officer of the guard. For 
that reason It la neceasary that two offlcera be detailed so that each 
may obtain aome rest. I detailed Capt. Howard Oreena and Capt 
Fred P. Cook, both o( my staff, as instructor In guard duty, and I 
believe to the activity of those officers with the regularly detailed 
cfficera ot the guard, assisted greatly in promoting the efflclency of 
guard duty. 

The program for each day as contained in orders, was carried out. 
Two matters, however, call for special mention: 

I. In problem stated, of estatiliahlng a line of outposts north of the 
reservation, to protect a division stationed a.', the village. The day 
prevlcuB 1 directed some of my ataff officers to acquire such knowledge 
of the terrain as could be acquired under conditions of warfare. The 
map showing disposition of troopa as outposta. ia appended to tbis 
report. I believe that a command of this siio couJd not be mere rf- 
fectlvely disposed. 

II. The problem of convoys calls for an effective disposition of b 
regimect. convoying a wagon train so as to protect that train from attack 
coming from the Tomah road; the train itself crossing the reaervatlon 
from the North. As It is a war problem I assume the regiment to b? 
or war strength. ! aent Maj. Daily's battalion down the Tomah road 
to take a defensive position and If obliged to fall hack to retire slowly. 
The train I would park near the skirmirh range pits deploying sii 
companies In front and placing two companies en the bluffs to guard 
that flank, and to report any advance from that direction in time lo 
permit reinforcing from the main body. 

It has been my experience that when officers and men are aa 
crowded with work as In recent years at camp, that instruction in 
miner details Is often neglected as no one has time to follow up those 
mattera. To overcome this defect I directed that the services of a 
stenographer for the adjutant's office be secured, and all mistakes or 
CAses of neglect were made the subject of a brief note from the adju- 
tants. In thia way poorly instructed rentiiea were reported by name 
to their captains and comments of myself or staff officers, who were 
inspecting at my direction, were conveyed to the officers who were 
responsible. In each cace a duplicate of the letter waa furnished th? 
major to whose battalion the officer was assigned. Generally speak- 
ing, my officers well know that criticism is instruction and not par- 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUU' 



.yn 



TtEPOaX OF TUE AdJUTAST GhKEHAL. 



Reports of Annual BncampTnents. 



\ taxnt-Onaiag- As a Bystem It proved auccesiful and I shaH 
proAbly use It next year. 

At my reQueat «nd with his own conBent. Capt. Fred P. Cook, retired, 
was Ksslened to my etaS as commiBBaiT ontcer to temporarily mi & 
ncancy. Hia efflclency In all reapecta and hla willing reapoDHs to 
callB made up^mi him. I commend moat heartily. 

Th« discipline of the regiment waa better than I hare ever seen in 
the Quard ajid I cannot praise too highly" the conduct of ofBcere and 
men. Very respectfully, 

OTTO H. TALK, 
Col. I8t Infantry, W. N. Q. 



Headquarters Second Infantry. 

Wlaconaln National Guara. 
The Xdiutant General, Appletoo, Wis., Sept. 33, 1902. 

Madison, Wis. 
Sir: 1 have the honor to report that pursuant to General Orders No. 
«. A. O. C, dftted May 26, 1902, the Second Regiment, W. N. O,. went 
Into camp of Instruction at Camp Swanson. Wisconsin Military Reser- 
vation, August 9-16. IncluBlve, with 779 ofBcera and men, which was 
sulwequenUy Increased to 782, out of a total enrolled strenstb of S69. 
90.$2 perc^itage of the entire regiment being present. 

The trips to and from camp were made nearer schedule time than 
ever before, hut notwithstanding this, one B«'ctloii was 50 minutes 
and the other one hour and five minutes late In arriving at camp. All 
ooiiipanie« arrived at their home stations on the return trip in season- 
able time. Sending Company "L" to camp by way of the Soo and St. 
Paul roada was a change very much appreciated, that company leav- 
Ine Rhlnelaader at 7 in the morning Instead of 11 o'clock the preced- 
ing night, and getting Into camp at a very seasonable hour. The only 
cbange I have to suggest for the movement of the troops in the future 
'would be some arrangement whereby Company "A" and the band 
vrould not have to leave camp on a four o'clock A. M. train. 

CMnplaints of former years of a lack of food for the Brst and second 
days were entirely absent this year, and the work of the commiesary 
department Is deserving of commendation for its work In Its province. 
The work planned (or the tour of duty was carried out strictly ac- 
cording to the program fnmishetl. with what success Is left to the 
Judgment of the officials preoeDt Id the capacity of inspectors. 

4 Dr;-iz?'):..'*^'Ui 



ogle 



Report of tiik Adjctaxt Gexebai^. 



Brports of Annual Encampmenls. 



The extended order ajad guard duty were. I think, improvements 
over last year, but room tor Improvement stjll remains in boti 
branches. The work of the signal corps, under the direction of Lieu- 
fenant Comstock, also showed Improvement. I greatly regret the con- 
templated resignation of Lieutenant Comstock, vhoee health demamlB 
a complete rest for several months, and I earnestly hope tor sacb 
improvement in his condition as will enable him to continue In tho 
service. 

It is in the rifle work of the regiment that the greatest cauBe [or 
cons rat Illation is to be found, the improvement all along the line being 
marked. 

The following tables of ISOl and 1902. giving the totals of each com- 
pany in the preliminary Qrlng only, shows Bubstantial Improveinent 
in all hut one and marked improvemeiit in some cases. Owing to Ulc 
change in the number of shots used in the volley flrlng, IZ this year 
instead of 18 as heretofore, a method of comparison is found by taking 
two-thirda of last year's score (or a. comparison with the total volleyB 
tcores of this year; — 







Pliert 
nnd 


1901. 

v„n., 

total. 








1903. 






Total. 


riied 


Vollej. 


Total. 


Qain. 


Lots. 




. 


if 

i.m 


374 
29« 

37S 


5,111 


1:227 
3:666 
5:364 

s 

IS 

B.762 


1 

541 

1 

sn 

m 


8,51.2 

3:9to 

IS 

Is 

6,197 


366 






















Co 


K 


l.»61 


































M 


!^ !::::;... 




66,482 


6.366 


li.m 


s,^ 


tX 



In summing up the work ot the year too much credit caonot be 
given the Held and ctaff and particularly the line oRlcers for tfie ef- 
ficient and cheerful manner in which they performed their various 

Very respectfully, 

N. B. MORGAN, 
Col. Comdg. 2d Infantry. W, N. G, 






Rkpokt uf the Adjutant Gknekai,. 



Ucporis of Annua} Encampments. 



Headquarters Third Regiment, 

Wisconsin National Guard. 
La Crosoe, Wla., Sept. 1, 1303. 
To tbe Adjutant General. 
UadlEon, Wis. 

Sir: I have the honor to report that In pursuance of General Ordera 
Ko. 6. A, 0. O.. May 26th, X902. this resiment was assembled for in- 
stnicUon at the Wisconsin Military Beaenratlon on August 18th, 1902. 
The Regimental Order No. 31, and an accompanying circular Issued in 
compliance with directions from the Adjutant General's office, are In- 
closed and made part of this report. 

Tiie iDBtructlona eoctalned In the order were fairly well carried out; 
Eood order and diacipUne were preserved en route, and the entraJning 
tmd detraining of the t'everal detachmenta, uuincumberEd by super- 
fluous baggase. was promptly effected without confusion. The attend- 
ance was most gratifying, averaglns over 9S per cent, of tbe total 
strength of the command, and on one day reaching a total present of 
828 out of 859 total strength. 

The health of the command was excellent — four patients being the 
greatest number In the hospital at one time — lind two of these on ac- 
count of casualties. The cases treated in quarters were of slight ail- 
ment and few In numbers. 

The fall of his horse at the first parade unfortunately IncapacTtated 
tlie Regimental Adjutant from active duty during the remainder of the 
encampment. The lo&s of his efficient aid would have been a worse 
handicap except for the faithful work of Ist L.leutenauts Percy C. At- 
kjDBon and Daniel L, Remington, and of the newly promoted Regimental 
Sergeant Major, Pearl J. Chambers, all of whom 1 am pleased at this 
time to be able to highly commend. 

Major John J. Lynch, commanding the IDth Separate Battalion, re- 
ported bis command present in camp at S:30 P. M., August ISth. with 
a total stJ-Migth for duty of 229, — 33 officers and men being absent. 
U|ioii Eolicltatioa of Major Lynch, his command was in most partic- 
ulars treated as a separate organization, combining with the regiment 
only at guard mount and parade. In this connection It la recommended 
that the separate battalion if 'again encamped with a regiment, be 
either entirely or rot at all subject to the orders of the commanding 
officer of the regiment. 

Oo account of the presence In camp of four batallions, it became 
necessary to place the 10th Separate Battalion on the range on Sunday, 
the 17th. It was followed in turn hy the other battalions,— and I am 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUi 



ogle 



Report of the Adjutant GESESii.. 



Reports of Annual Encampments. 

pleased to be able tc report, as shown by the record, a very Bratffylng 
aavance in proficiency In marksmanship. Thia Is not only the case with 
companies wblch have heretofore been deficient in this branch of mlU- 
tary duty, but also with the companies with previous excellent recort. 
It Is the more remarkable since the majority of the rlfies Issued by 
the goTernment were at the time of Issuing much worn, pitted and ue- 
ftt for fine marXamen's worh. The record will, however, show an avw- 
age score fully ten per cent, higher than the previous year. 

The separate exercises of the schedule, the weather being veiy fav- 
orable, were talien up on the days and hours set therefor. I wfsh to 
note here that as lo the amount of work requited to be performed, no 
expression save of approval was heard from any member, officer or 
man, of this command. The woric In drill and field exercises, tbongh 
imperfect in many respecta, showed great increase in proficiency over 
the preceding year. In considering faults and errors. It should be 
noted tiat over twenty-flve officers, quite half of the reglmMit»I com- 
plement, were for the first time performing in camp the duties of their 
several grades. 

When battalions were ordered to perform advance guard duty maps 
and Blcetches of the country passed through were required to be made, 
And those turned in showed good understanding of the military feat- 
ures o( the terrain. 

In executing the problem in outposts, set for Thursday morning, the 
maps furnished by General Headquarters showed a narrow ridge of 
ground (Rabbit HIdge) lying over 2,500 yards 10 the north of the Indi- 
cated camp or bivouac, — and athwart the only two roads leading from 
the north' — the direction of the imaginary enemy. Reconnollering 
parties ascertained and reported that the country Intervening between 
the roads, being very wet and swampy, was impassable for any but 
very small parties of the enmey, — alfo that an abandoned road along the 
rldg^ connected the two roads leading from the north. The Second 
battalion. Major Ballard commanding, was ordered out on the right 
hand road to establish strong outposts where this road led north 
across the Lemonweir marsh, with reserve and support close up, — and 
patrols as far out as the point of the bluIF designated on the appended 
map — a detached post to be placed on the crest of tbe bluff where a 
good outlooh could be had over the marsh and beyond, — other patrols 
to connect along the abandoned road with similar detachments from the 
Third battalion. Major J. W. Hommel commanding, who had been 
ordered to make eimllar disposition of his command athwart the other 
road. In default ot better observation points. Major Hommel caused 

Di:;-iz?.!:;*^iUUVK 



RePOKT OI' THK AUJUI'AKT Generai,. 



Beports of Annual Encampments. 

aea to be posted on a *lndmUl tower and in trees. Reeonnollerlng 
pstrols were sent out in advance by both battalion commanders, and 
tie maps and reports of Lieutenants Remlnston and Earnshaw are 
berevith tranemltted. 

The reserve. l8t batUllon. Major R A, Richards commanding, was 
divided, and two companies moved out on each road a short distance 
in BdTance of the forks, and about a thousand yards in rear of the outpo«t 
line. On account of the peculiar strength of the position, the outpoet 
line was designated as the line of resistance In ease of attack, to be 
held at all bazai-ds. 

Tbe ]eBgth of the supposed train In the problem of convoys would 
hare thrown the rear guard (3rd battalion) back on the Lemonwelr 
mmh and acroers the line of shrapnel Are by batteries in practice. Its 
poEttion waa tberefore merely indlcafed, and its flanking parties did 
not move out until the reservation waa reached. Two compailles were 
held as rear guard proper, while two companies by platoons at about 
800 yards interval with fiankers well out, guarded either flank ot the 
tnln. In pursuance of orders to explore side roads, one detachment 
oa the left flank reported a road, practicable for Infantry, leading from 
the Bortb end of Target Bluff, to and along Its crest and offering a 
favorable and extended fleld of flre commanding all avenues of ap- 
proach from the direction of Camp Douglas. Another party on the 
fleld fdtended Its obeervatfon so far as not to be able to rejoin the 
command until after the troops of the imaginary enemy bad pushed 
MroM their direct road of return. This detachment was probably 
aonihllated. 

Two contpanies o!' the Ist battalion constituted the advance guard, 
the remainder of the raiment Immediately preceding the train. 

When the advance parties of the Imaginary enemy, — then about 800 
lards distant,— were discovered from Camp Douglas, they were flred 
npon. The advance companies deployed and took possession of the 
woods cornmanfllng the Tomah road. The volujne of Are increaalnj;. 
and fresh troops of the enemy pushing boldly forward. It became evi- 
dent tbat the opposing force was large. The regiment formed for 
attack, tbe End battalion being thrown to the right toward the more 
open country, and the two remaining companies advanced to the left 
of the force already engaged, with orders to hold every position of 
strength as Icmg as possible, especially the railroad embankment, the 
woods on the crest ot the ridges, and In retreating to do so in such 
manner where possible that the wing or detachment advanced might 
protect by flank fire those in retreat. , 



Rkpdbt ov TiiK Ai>.it:TANT Gexeral. 



llcporiH of Annua} Encampments. 

Ar Boon &3 tbe enemy were developed In force, orders were sent to 
the quartennAster in charge of tbe train to park behind and under 
cover of the ridge which lies between range 3 and the sklrmlab range. 
The Fommander of the rear guard was commanded to seod one com- 
pany to occupy the crest of Target Bluff — with i. Bcoutlng patrol oa the 
hvuth front, and to cause bis battalion to take battle formation behind 
the top of the ridge above designated, and entrench. He was Turther 
directed to send stiouting patrcls out to his right front, and it the 
enemy appeared to be outflanking the battallans on the flilng line, to 
Eend forward one or more companies to their assistance. All battalion 
commanders were Icformcd of the ground where the final rtand would 
be made. Some confusing and mixing of detachments occurred during 
the retreat, but In most cases positions were well cbtsen by subordi- 
nate commanders, and fire while amunltlon laated was'well suEtalned 
and controlled. The troops were well In hand when the entrenched 
position w&e finally occupied. 

The conduct of the command was good, the only serious infraction 
of discipline, the case of Private Afteldt of "F" company, of previous 
bad record, who was drunk, disorderly and abusive to sentinel and 
ofllcer of the giiard. being promptly dealt with by the Summary Court. 

The endeavor to have non-commissioned officers assume their proper 
dullea of supervieion and torrectio.n In the matters of discipline as well 
as drill, met with giatifying results, and woulii have had greater suc- 
cess but for the example and advice of other non-commissioned officers 
In a supposedly stricter and better disciplined service. 

On the whole the command showed quite a marked improvement In 
physique, drill, dlselpllre and marksmanship. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ORLANDO HOLWAY. 
Col. 3rd Reg.. W. N, G. 



Headquarters Tenth Battalion Infantry. 

Wisconsin National Guard. 
Milwaukee, Wis.. Sept. 15. 1902. 
The Adjutant General. 

State of Wisconsin. 
SIrr 1 have the honor to report that pursuant of G. O. No. fi. A. G. 
O. c. s., the Tenth Battalion, W. N. G., assembled for Instruction at 
Camp SwansoD, Wis., on August 16th, 1902. Guard mount, dress par 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUUVIL 



IJkx'ort (jf the Adjlt-vkt Gknekal. 



Jieporls of Ainiiial Encani-pm^nfs. 



ade. and putting camp In order was the work of the Hrst day. Sunday, 
the 17th, was devoted to rifle practice with very satisfactory reaulta. 
Fl%-e days. Monday to Friday, both inclusive, were given to Inspeotlon. 
battalion drill, extended order, outpoBt, advance and rear guard practice 
and work witb. flags and torches by the signal corp ot the battalion. 
Saturday, the 23rd. the command was paid and camp broken acd the 
members of the command returned to their home stations. During the 
encampment the kitchen and food of each company was inspected dally 
ty an oBlcer of the company who made a report In writing to batlalion 
headquarters, on condition ot kitchen, quality of food, etc., and eald 
reports ehcw tbat the food was good and well prepared by the company 
ecoks. and tbat the rations IsE^ued were satisfactory both In quantity 
and Quality. The kitchens acd food were also Inspected dally by the 
battalion surgeon. 

The discipline was good and the work during the encampment was 
very satisfactory to the battalion commander. Beth oflicers and men 
s««med to tahe an interest in the work and to be willing and anxious 
to do their share fn making the encampment a success. 

Very respectfully. 

JOHM J. LYNCH, 
Major Comd'g. 10th Batt.. W. N. G. 



:yGOOtjlC 



,d,GoogIe 



,d,Google 



,d,GoogIe 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



QUflRTERMflSTER GENtRflL 



THE 6HIEF OF ORDNflNGE 



STATE OF WISCONSIN 



Fiscal Yean Endinj Seplembet 30, 1901, and June 30, 1902. 



MADISON 
Dbmocbat Pribtiho Cohpan;, Statk Pbi 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



,d,GoogIe 



REPORT 



QUARTTERMAS' 



;TER GENERAL 



THE CHIEF OF ORDNANCE. 



StATK ok WiSCONBIN, 

Quin-teriifister acMniVs OJficv. 

Madison, June 30, 1902. 
To His Excellency, Eobebt M. La F.-llette, 

(^uvernor <m<l Coiitmniiikr-hi-C'/iief. . 

-j^ comp'-iaic'^ with se<-tioii 10, chapter 2'2S, laws of 

„^x 1 have the honor to submit the following report of tlie ex- 
B of this depaftmeot, of all the military property remain- 
on hs»nd at the date of the last report, received sinc-e that 
V-Lme and remaioiog on hand at this date. 

THb exoenditures of the Department, ant! tables showing 
quartermaster's supplies and ordnanee aod ordnance stores re- 
ceived, issued, and remaining on haod, and property in pos^^es- 
sion of officers of the Wisconsin National Guard, Posts of the 
r' A R Department of Wisconsin, and schools oE the State, 
are appended and marked as follows: 

, .. •♦ '■ A. ■" sbowina expenditures of the Quartermaster Geti- 

EXDlDIt -^f " " 

artnaent froia October Igt, 1900, to June iiOth, 1902. 



:yCOO'^IC 



Report of the Ouartermaster General. . 



Exhibit "6," showing clothing and equipage received, issued 
and remaining on hand for the two fiscal years ending June 30th, 

Exhibit "C," showing quartermaster's supplies on hand June 
30 th, 1902. 

Exhibit "D, " showing clothing and equipage in possession of 
the Wisconsin National Guard June 30th, 191)2. 

Exhibit "E, " showing ordnance and ordnance stores received, 
issued and reinairing on hand For the ttvo fiscal years endinf; 
June 30th, 1901 

Exhibit "F," (a) showing ordnance and ordnance stores in 
possession of the Wisconsin National Guard June 30th, 1902. 

Exhibit "F," (b) showing ordnance and ordnance stores in 
possession of the comminding officer ot Troop "A," 1st Cavalry, 
Wisconsin National Guard June 30th, 1902. 

Exhibit "F," (c) showing ordnance stores and ordnance in 
possession of the commanding officer ot 1st Battery Field Artil- 
lery. Wisconsin National Guard, June 30th, 1902. 

Exhibit "G," showing ordnance and ordnance stores in 
possession of military .'.chools, Juire 30, 1902. 

Exhibit "H, " showing Ordnance and ordnance stores in 
possession of posts of the G. A. R., Deparlment of Wisconsin. 
Very respectfully, 

Joshua Hodoiks, 
QitiirtKriii-iiter Otneritl and Chief oj Ordnance. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Report of the Quartermaster General. 



Expenditures. 



EXHIBIT "A." 

Bxpenditures Quartermaster Geoerara Department, October 1, 1900, to 
June 30, 1902. 





Oct.1, 


Oct 1. 


Total 


RBfundB. 


Eipena- 
funds. 


^-tSSf- 


218 23 


JMTS 


giS 



















CM 13 




(715 93 










Hmt«ry BeEerralion— 


*1,SI* 99 


1:^?i 




















», 199 49 


$1,35(87 


'ijiii 

2MU 

II.M4 27 
l.«l OO 

2.B40 0D 

58128 

207 « 
l.aoTO 

JK 

•1.W9 00 












CSBip EipOHBOS— 




i:0l 77 

^Kor?7 

$120 00 






















tZ,6ZSM 






Conpptltkio Eipenaes- 










las DO 


■-—- 
















i.4«ioa 

770 00 

sasK 

Si 

tI,l(S!3 


»l,e07 22 




iSeo. SI, Chap. i», Lavs 1901>. 




InEnraoco pPBiniuma 


IWCO 

ai3i 


R70C10 


















IIOMS 












Eapiwi*ea af OfficeiB- 








87 00 


— _ 








TotaJ 


1750 77 


Jl.tOTOO 


^TTsalllAnj 


i.toow 

4M0a 
720 00 

13,808 00 




''oS^ 








iTISOC 
HO 01 

|2.aaooo 








ilasoa 

i8.4B»00 


























= 





Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUU' 



■8l^- 



RiU'ORT OP THE Quartermaster General. 



Expenditures. 



EXHIBIT ".-V'-Continued. 





Oct, 1, 
ISOO, to 


1901. iii 
June 30, 


•=?■■ 


fiofunds. 


Eiptndi- 
tawia. 


Transportntion- 




»a.7ns IB 

1.NWM 

K.aii gi 


W.728 ST 
4, MS 22 
».3.'i& IM 

12 01 

81 
































3flZ 










m 








SS.-^ K 










Irt.OW 47 






«1,B7I 7S 




'H;S'iis,.Pib 


820( 


n!-.! 10 








































SIS! fl^ 

13 04 

JJi.iO) 31 










Tolcerapliamitolpphono 


12 .1: 2S 41 

818,187 7»»IS. 493 OB 


























IC,4i7i2 

































,d,GoogIe 



,d,Google 



Report of TnE Ql'.\rtermasteb General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



Showing Clothing and Equipage received, issued and remaining o 
tat the two years ending June 30, 1902. 





Cl.OTHIlta. 




1 


1 
1 


f 

f" 
1 


i 


5 


i 




300 

SO 


SIS 


281 

ISO 
SO 

358 
H) 
«5 




l,8W 
(,000 
S 
306 
IXt 
SO 




2. Itewlied finm Qaar'anniiitflr's Dnpt., U. S. A.. 

Oci. 1. iw/J. to »-pi. ai. IBOI 

3 Received from Qui>rlermnster-s Dept..U. B. A.. 





4, Heceived from oIBceni :l IVia. Nnt, Ha.rf. bit. 




i. Beueiied fiom nllliuTs ol Wis. Nat. Qanrd. Oct. 

1, ItWl. to .luriB *l, 11103 

e. Ri'coiTed bj- jmrch -b from the United SUttoi, 






























T» 


~m 


1,711 


i" 


\m 








11. IbsihhI to Wiscon-in Nationnl Quard.Oct. 1. IMO 


29t 

3 
2 




we 

101 
110 




X8S1 

sot 




13. l^uodti>Wl'»cnnKinNH'tioaBiaaardV6cc!i.ie01, 
IS. CundeniuedanddroiiiMt.'dot'iVlinO.to'Seiic.'tIo'. 
11. Condemn^' ni^d dn.pb^iOM.iiiSOi'.toJone a6; 
ta. Bol'l to offlcen iir 'Wi's. Nut.O'oardVOctl'i.'lsdd.'to 




11. Dropii^d^ooTi. iBno.ioJunWso.i9M;":";!::: 

18. Eipended.Oct.1. l«OU.to Jaoeao. IMB 














S53 





I.ISS 




S,M» 









30. Bemaininaon band Wbeaccounted for.. 


107 


9ie 


SIS 


s 


13a 


• 



,d,GoogIe 



Report ov the Quartermaster Genebai., 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued. 



Clothi no— CoDtiDDed. 







CapOrDanwnU 


. ForasB. 








s 


1 

a 


1 

5 


i 
1 


1 
a 

i 


1 


1 


Is 














lOO 


100 


21 

M 






I.CDO 




lOO 


» 


u 


e 








M 






WO 






too 




10 






SI 














100 


IW 


8 


12 


4.73-. 


32 




— 
















S( 


B - 


«) 


i 


t 


i.m 


lit 




4 


! 


9 






tis 


I 


TO 




-^— 


89 


— ,^ 


J 


2.839 


■^g^ 


38 


108 


■ 


a 


l.TW 


u 



i,i,z,d, Google 



Report of toe Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT " BV-Continued. 





Clotbiro — Con tinned. 




ChecroDS, cloth, p&lra. 




1 
1 


1 
1 

I 


t. 


1 

1 

a 

P 


1 


1 

% 

1 
1 


1 


- 




' 


16- 


2 


5 




k BePjd^^m "gflM^^^^ AV, 




"■ '"5ri".S&rto*5"urf&"'.*r'"' °':^.*:'..?-..'-..^; 








*. Beceived from offloerd o( Wis- Nat. Ouard, Oct. 1. 










a. BoocivBdby purohaso (romUnitmi'SutesiOci.' 'i 




a 


■ 




.... 








». Kecoived br purchaae, Oct. 1, 19U1. to Juna 3t». 190i. 
B.TakeuupOct. 1.1900, to June 30. 1902. 
































T 




-, 


T 


~^ 


~ 


~r 


— 






11. Is'Ued to Wiwonslu National anBrd,Oct. 1. 1900, to 






• 


. 


■".' 


■■.■ 




13. iBsue'd to Wl«ousin National Gnacd.Oct. 1, 1901,to 








11. Coud™D«ianddmp^ir6ct. i.'lWl'. wjune.m 
IS. Scld'tooffiMri'^WU.'is'at.Gaarf.'obt.i. VXfi.'u, 








■■,■ 






















IT. DroppHd. Oct. 1, 1'POO, toJuno 30, i9IK 

18.E5^miedOct. i,il»0,loJuneaO, lata 


1 


3 


~r 


T 


IB 


^ 


~ 


~s 


ao. RomaininB on band to be accounted for .... 


^_ 


s 


± 


• 


1 



,d,GoogIe 



IRef-ort of the Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 


EXHIBIT "B "-Continued. 




Clothing- Continued, 







Clicvro 


8. Cloth 


.pBir- 


-Con 


inut^d. 










tn f 

1- 1 s M 


s 
i 




82 

88 
10 


1 


1 
i 


48 
71 


1 

Ml 

19 


1 


1 


1 










3 3 


... 

3 


» 


m 


M 


2 








126 




IZ 








8 




3 i 3 


3 


-i 


3 2 


= 


■2 






























1 


z' 












"m 






—^7^ 


S 


fli 


5) 


1 




297 


101 




1 


. 


.. 


„ 




. 


„ 


.. 


» 


^ 





























L :,„d,Google 



12 Rei-ort of tug Ql'.^rter master General, 



Clothing and Equipage- 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued, 









3 

1" 


1 

1 
1 
s 

a 




1 

a 

£ 


i 
1 

1 


a 






" 


■ 


12 


i.ZM 




■i, UoceWed from QuarlermBsMr'.. Dopl.. U. 8. A. 






3 Becsivedrroinguartermaetor'sBept.. C. S. A.. 


■» 










4. BacuiTPrt from offio"ra o( Wis. Nat. Quard, Oct. 








SSI 
TOO 




S. HBorrivod fmm o»tc«n of Wis. Nat. Qoard. obtl 












e. Re<;<-iired bv parchaRe from t^ie United Stataa.' 


1 










































10. Total to be accounted for 


lU 


TT 


~T" 


IZ 


S.I4B 


TS 


11. Issued to Wlaconain National Qoard.Oct-l.lBOP. 


81 







( 


WD 
101 

M 


!,l« 


1*. Coodomned nod dmpi;^. Oiit. 1, im toft^pt. 




11. Condemned and dropped, Oot. 1. 1*01. to JuD« 










IS. Sold to officers of Wig, Nat QuanI, Oct I. 1900 












18 Lost dutliiireiicampmnDt end paid for. Oct 1, 










































K 


— 





-P 


Tew 


»^ 




44 


^ 




' 


m 


1.111 



,d,Google 



Report of the Quartkrm aster General. Ji 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXBIBIT "B"— Continued. 





^ 




3 


i 


.3 


1 


ii 




S 


i 


^ 






s 






e 
s 






1 


si 


^ 


3 


s 


1 


_.- 


i 


'1 
















■5 










i 


s 




£ 












« 
















as 


SIS 






eo 




, 




85 


















l,OT« 


12 


a 


150 


7S 


100 


71 






13J 






e 










4 . 














z 






eo 


























3.(no 


i» 


^080 


~ir 


IS 


wf^ 


-,f 


3,068 


tT 


l.BTO 






















1.0S« 






















- B2S 

an 


10 


15 




» 


■ 2 


M 


Ul 




f 




139 










M 










S 




S3 




139 


~i7™fl~ 


io" 


_y^ 


sit 


«" 


lieeo" 


~£ 


"-~ 














.-' ••■ 


1,301 


^ 


.__! 


u 


10 




10 


483 



D,„.z,d, Google 



14 Report of the Qu.\rterm aster Generai.- 



Clothing attd Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued. 









T«,™™„ P.™. 




■i 


1 

1 

1 


i 


1 


t 


1 

1 




s 


BB7 
700 

: 

SO 

*:. 




2. Hoceivod from Quarto rtna9tor'» DapC. U. a. 

4. HeooU^ fcoli %l^l *'WU. Nat.Qaart .' Ol:^ 

5. Ri^i^ ho^om^n^f'wuiNat. U'uard.'oisV. 










iw 


a, 030 


300 


ISO 


t. Heceivoii by pnrobase from the Cnitod States, 




iin 


T^i 






7. Received by |juTelia«'.Oct.l,l«)l>.toSept.3U, 1801 


= 




9. Tnkeuup, Oct. i, IBUU, to Jnne 30, IflUi 






10. Total to bo accounted (or 


2, SSI 


aoo 


ISO 


11. Ia>ned to WiHOOQsin National Guard. Oct. 1, 

imw.todept. 30, luii 

13. I55ii«l to Wisconsiu National .Ouard, Oet. 1. 


S3S 

712 
2J 
l«l 

I 










27 

17 
7S 


2,7(n 


29 










IS. Sold'toolilcerBof Wis.'Natioiiard, Oot.'V, isOoi 






IS. Lost duriui{ encamp moiiU and paid tor, Oc't^ 

1, IKUIt. lo JunoJU. 1W2 

IT. Droppsd. Oct. 1, law. to Jnna 30. 1B0» 

IS. El ponded. Uct. 1, lUvW, to JunBB0.,19U! 








.; 


2,73i 


IBl 


bo 




2 


». „„„.,.,„„. „„J..b. „.„.„.,„ w.... 


38 


10 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued. 



Cloth iko -Continued. 



Tronser stripos. p«i pa— Continued. 


1 

1 
■1 

3.000 


i 

£ 

1 


1 
3W 




'. 


1 


1 


I 

t 


i 
1 

21 

ira 


i 


ii 

a 


t 

i 

■z 


2 








« 


2B 



811 












2 


5 












6 
20 


















^ 


■■■■22- 


52 
200 






















7,iOU 


»,8W 


iS 




~^\—m 




K.m 


S.29; 




Z 


3 


5 


i 


8,2.12 


a.di4 











■a 
It 

18 
IZ 


21 

TO 


,8 






1,07» 
1,044 


428 






2 






602 














1 




















23 

a, 1(1 1 










^- 


a 


^. 





■■■« ' 


ri2 


S.771 


~SA^~i 


"l.flTS 


z 


2. 


lis 


6,697 


,,» 



i,i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT '•B"-Continued. 





B«DiP*aB. 




1 


u 


1 

1 

— 

.... 


1 

1 


1 


1 


J 


f 




>" 


■ 








a. BBCBived fniQ. «uBrtBrma8tBr's Dept. U. S.i.. 










800 




4. BiiceiTxd from oHlcorsof Wig' Nat. (ioird. O^aL 
















&. BecoivodfromoflloerBor Wii. N«t. Quard.be'^ 
















■ ReoeiTed by purohjise fmm tjie DoiWdSUtBB. 


















S Kna'ij b' purchaw. Ocl. 1, 18 1. t« Jane iU. 1W» 


li 


It 


.... 


,.'- 


::;::; 






ia' 




IT 


ffl 


i 


"7 


i.sn' 


r.r 


"T 


S3 


11. Iwoxd to Wisoonnin National Ootird. Oct. I, 












li Issued to Wisconsin National Qaard, Oct. i, 
13. Condeniawt Bad d'ropiwd. Oct. 1,1900. to B«pt. 










Ti 






15. So^d UoMc;.nor WV. Nat-Qas^; o'ct.'i; IWO; 


■ 


' 






• 


16, Lnsi durinB aucampni«ntB and paid for. Oct. i, 


IT 

SB 


ii' 














]- Droppm. Oct. 1. 1900. to JaneSO. ItO* 

iV Eii«Sded. Oct. 1. I«00. toJnnoSO, liW2 














T 


4 


n 
i.Eas 










UI 


• 




W. Remainlnit OD hand tobu acconnted for... 


SI 



,d,Google 



feepORf OF THE Quartermaster General. ip 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"— CoDtiDued. 



£(tDirAOE~CoDCiiined, 



1 
1 

g 

1 

301 


i 

s 

i 

St 

:::: 

11 ; 


J 

TO 

:;: 

™; 

TO 


1 

sa 

8» 


i 

s 


5 

■ 
3 


J_ 


1 
1 

1 

1 


1 


1 
1 

8 


1 


1 


1 
1 


i 


s 

1 

i 


1 

s 

1 
1 





i 

1 

— 


1 

9 




300 

87 
211 


;;;; 


.... 

la 

18 


.... 


... 
ii' 




s 


is' 

12 


_1 


IS 


.... 


i 


"ii' 

20 

2U 


■■ 

2 





301 


19 

1 


20 


,!'! 


11 

8 



i,i,z,d, Google 



Rkport of the Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"-Conitnued. 





EqciPaoB-Coutiauod. 




Color*. 


F1>B«. 




S -38 

III! 


2 


1 


i 

s 


1 


1 
J 


1 

7 




1 


1. RerasininB on hand from 1«M retorn, . 

"• »iriroS.T.fs's";K-«.w.' ° 


, 


"t 


■ 


1 


S. BewiiBd from Quart erma-ter^ DjBpl , U. 












Oct. 1, IWO. toSoiil.SII, IWl 

S. BeceiYfd from officers of Wb. Nat..aiiard, 






















9. BeMivei bv purchase from ihe Di.iWd 




7. HeUiied by purchaee.Oct-l.lWJO.toSepi. 










"^ "'jijirSi ^Sb"""''""- °*'' '■ ""'■ *" 




































10. Total to be accounted toi 


- 


T 


- 




T 


f 


~ 


^ 


*T 


T 




s 


s 






IZ Issued to WisoQsin National Huard, oisV 


















































' 


t 




IS. Sold looilteii of wis. Nat-Qaaid, Oit. 


















16. I-ust durins eneaiupDiKiits and tiaid for. 




































































± 


^ 


1 


~fl 


-= 


"t 


3 


T 


~t 


— 








s 




= 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Quartekm aster General. 19 



Chilling and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued. 



EquiFAUB— CoDI laued . 



Onidons. 


1 


S 
i 

1 


1 






i 


1 


1 

1 
1 


1' 

j 






Jl 

so 


1 

i. 


i 

10 


■f 


i 

1 


s 

St 


■3! 

1 

1 


if 


i 
.... 


a 

4 


i'i 


s 

1 

9 


1 

s 


1 

i 

1! 




... 




'10 
























.... 


































z 


f 




.... 














■, 






























u 






-s 


1 


11] 




~~r 


1 


1 


r 

1 

^1 


= 


= 


1 


1 


iiO 


T 


iT 


1 


~B 


"s" 


3 




1 






















1 


























































. 


< 
















4 


^ 


3 


T 


- 

™ 


T 


- 


— 


^ 


:_: 


- 


~ 




"« 


— 




- 


.... 


1 _J_ 


BO 


" 


21 4H 






I 




7. 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



20 Report ov the Quartermaster GENERAt. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT " B "—Continued. 









Tents. 




1 

i 

o 


j 


1. 
P 

SI 


1 

85 


! 
1 
1 


1 
s 

! 

.1 
1 

90 
IB 


i 


1 

14 


1 

64 




i 

i 

1 


1. RemaioinBon hand from last rclora ... . 
^ R^ieved^™m<^aHer™a,t«r^._ I^^t.. U 


81 


Oct. 1. 1900, lo Sept M. 1901 .,-■■■■■■■ , 
5. HecoiTedrromofficorsof Wis.Nat Goard, 

e. HMaW^'bv pIiMhlm from Uiiiwd StatoV. 


















.... 




7. Btceivpd by porctiase, Oct. 1 "iWtoSept 

8. RMeivadby pQrchase'.'Oo"l.i,ii6i,ui Jnne 
8. TnTei'^p.bct;!, im w'j«naa0, ixe'".: 


~W 


72 


:::: 


lUI 


Im 


1 


-ii: 


~» 


~TO 


'^ 




II. lafDed toWi''C<>neInNatioDBlHaaTd.Oct. 

„. i.;;.r^if,s.».;.s-KSUo.;tf-o.. 




























2 


08 


> 
70 


11. Co^den D«d and dropped. Oct. 1. 1801. (o 

IB. So1d"l^ otfliTri of Wb. Kat ijaariibc;. 1 
ItOO, to June 30,1902 .. 

„.DS,Vj'S.'",.'B.«i.«v,»i:::: 

1«. E.pI,K<Hl. Oot. 1. 1K». W JuneaO. 1S03... 


;;:; 








i::i 








7.|» 


111 


101 


106 


lot 


IS 



,d,Google 



Report of the Quartermaster General. 21 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"- Continued. 

















B 


J DIP 


All 


--Co 


aUnned. 














iBnta-Continusd. 


1 


1 

2 

1 
1 


1 




i 

11 


1 

€ 

1 


i 

1 


f ?= 


•9 


1 
1 


i 


1 




1 


1 

1 


1 

i 


i 


1 


5 

1 


1 

f 


s& 


s 


1 




S 


i 


1 


A 


£ 


» 


» 


s 


1 


S 




t: 


(^ 


^ 


H 


IS* 


3 


2 


2 


12 


1! 


SM 


900 


112 


13K 


101 


ni 


J,IHB 


10. «» 


t.soo 


31 


28 


18 


Tl 


IS 
















no 


110 




220 


1,30s 


3,™ 














3 


Kl 


35 














"is 






























i 


~2 


.= 


2S 


>M 


900 


!22 


as 


217 


(31 


8,897 


13. WS 


l.tOJ 


131 


US 


i^ 


W 
































19 


2 


IB 


G 


B 








.2 


li 




2 


8! 

e 


s 


IZ 










8 


10 






■■> 


• 

















































i!:;:' 


i'^ 


z;«o 












-g 


— r 




.. 13 


B 




^ 


»< 


n 


12 


24 


1.32S 


^■^\ 


ia 


4J 


IS 


9 
















— 
















IW 2 


> 


Z .-- 


16 




ses 


IM 


m|a» 


IIU 


S,a7^ 


11,0»| 4,S00 


7H 


78 


3B 


63 






























' 




■ m 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



22 Rkpokt op the Quartermaster Generai„ 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued. 





i 


EuniFiQ s-CoDtinDed. 




Tonl Floors. 


TentaUps. 




1 

1» 


3 


s 


to 


8S 


i 

1 

- 


1 

a 


1 


1. RmnainiDE on hand fr'ini last return 

A., Oct. 1,190.1, to S«pt,ao, IBOl 


IS 




« 


4- HweiTBd from olficBrs of Wit Nat. Unard. 




















t. Ra(»ive<l from olHcen of Wis. Natl ijuard. 




















8. Rwwived by puroliase from ilie United Staten, 
Oct 1, leai. to Jims ap, 1«U^ 


■J! 






































"wo 


"a 


"a 


=' 


~a 


"is 


~ 






301 




11. iBSUBd to WlBcnnsia National Bnan), OcL 1. 




li Issued lo_wr9eonsin NaUonal Hnard, Oct. I, 


























































IS. Sold toofBcera Wis, Nat. Guard. Oct. I, IWO. 




• 
















18. Lo-t doriTiBBncampmonta and paid for, Oct. 










































-:; 


:: 


~ 


~ 


~ 


:- 


- 


3 


- 




». 


,« 


,. 


m 




" 


» 


■ 


4 



,d,Google 



Report of the Quartermaster General. .23 



Quartermaster's SuppUc, 



EXHIBIT "C." 
Sbowins Quartermaster's Supplies on band June 30^ 1902. 



STATIONEBT. 



9 CniM. ■ponire. 
2 Bissera, rubber. 

1 Braaer, typawritar. 

2 PilecUpa. 
10 Inketaiula. 

t Latter basketa, wire. 



4 Rulers. 



OFPtCB FDBNITUHE AND FISTUKEa 



S Braoma, wblsk. 

1 Book rack. 

1 CbBlr, office. roTOl*lii«. 

i Chairs, office. 

1 Coal bod. 

1 CuBbioo. ofBoe chalt. 
g Comidora. 

i DqeLb, roller top. 

2 Desks, table. 

S Desks, mbinet. 

1 FUbiK «««- , , . 

1 PlliaK ease, fclass front. 

2 Faatber dostera. 
2 Band raats. 

1 IrOD safe- 

1 Lamp, Btudeat, xiweboe. 

1 Lamp, aleobol. 



2t Sto>8 pipo. pi.>cee. 
!( Stole pipe elhuws. 
SSIovedamperB. 

2 Stora thimblea. 

ITypoWrilur.' 

1 TrpAwriionlask. 

3 Waato IwsVatfi, *lll 

2 WaMo bHiiliotB, win 
S Zincs, Btove. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Report of Tntc Ouartermaster General 



Quartermaster's Supplies. 



BARRACK FURNITCRB AND FIXTITRSa. 



1 Rrackpf for wall 



frorwalllnmpi. 



toBectoni, wall 



7 Sfopbuoketa. earlhera- 
IK Slop bnckela. 

ai Soau dbhnfl. 



V, Wntflf pttchere. 
SS Window scnwD-i. 
B.n Winilov shades. 
1 Wat^r beatsr. coal 
IT WiodoWB, Btomj. 



? TRANSPORTATION. 



{•■.Ir bobe. I. 
1 Brush/liorH 



1 Pole, busn^' 
I RhcIc. waimn- 
3 Rack 8, platroriT 
1 SleiEhfl. doable, 
S S indie trees. 



Konduiiipb<«nlB. 



lAHPENTERS' TOOLS. 






Pd.yGoogIe 



Report of the Quaktermaster Generai,. 



Quarlermaster's Supplies. 



1 Pair cliain tn 
3 pHir Dipe toi- 
1 tiiflcnttei. 



PLDKBEBS' TOOLS. 



1 PlpeiiM. 

2 Vlmac^^a^ 



3 Barley tork* 
Z Brodh EDBibB 
'S Bmsh scythei 



Qmb hoes. 
Uimlei. 



Hallets. boo]. 
UBnU. in>a 
Haul hauillu. 



MISCELI^NEOUS TOOI.a. 



i Scrapers, rixd. 



TABLBWABB. CHISA A:*D QL.V33. 



3 Butler di-hss. 
I BatlirdiBh.Kli 
} Breait plain. 



O Meat plalton 
« Mmtard capg. 

S Ph^"t9hN. 
2 Pie plates. 



l»SancedishnK. 

■a Sciilli>uip4l disbes. 

WSidedfsli™ 

m Souu bowls. 

2U Sirnrar bovli. 
a Sii»r bowl". eIbii 
A Tonthpioli holdar 

lai Tumblers 
21 Vexetable dishes. 

1 TinsKar cruBlfl. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Report of the Quartermaster General. 



Quartermaster's Supplies. 



TABLEWABE AND KITCHEN UrBNSlLS. 

, _ _jp»tick. 

1 Boilers, eoffeo. I Uould log board. 

1 Heatchopper. . 

1 Meat block. 

I HUkpaiL 
H Napkbs. 

S Pickle fork). 

J Pie piBtts. tin. 

12 Platu, tlo. 

a Platen, (cranite. 

R Plauie, oArthao. 

" cake Rrlddle. 



IT Dish pa'aa. 
15 DrlppiDK pa 



1 Lcmoaade el 

2 Ladles. 

IS HBAtsaws. 
I Milk can. 



Tea £?tU«. 
Tm haeios. 
. Towel roller. 

i: TIb dishea. 

1 Wash hasln. 

2 Waah bnardB. 
Z Wa^ tabB.j 



X! DHII r«euUtioa 



eSUanaaUorriotdrUI. 1 

II Order booka. 

1 Property book. 

It Slate regolatioiu. 

g Small anna flrinK renalatlou. 

1 U. S. rsKulaCioiu. 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of tue Quartermaster General. 27 



Quartermaster's Supplies. 



POST PBOPEBTT. 



4 ^utLncuou. 

1 BoUu.ajH.P. 

■ BolWUn bracds. 
« C«TU. band. 
B ClothiiHKiBatii. 
1» Chiira, irood. 
1 CoRh mill. 
lEuel. 
\ P.«.ti.. «ort. 

tJf^li?.".- 
»»uiiliMban»R. 



> Hoy, iti^chmonl, pnmp. 

< VilnDU, tin. 

I Urdranl vnmch. gronod. 
a I to"' "rancliBS, iron. 

J{^i«M>fWiniP. Il»r«h. 

I Uddofl: ''"™''™'- 

lUider, iroo.JlfL 
B Uuttciu. 

1 ifwm fB(*lr muhliL*. 
Ill"'*'' 

jOFeMiMttC^, rnbher. 

rtP«iUk^ 
tOPtils. 
JFtIls.»ood. 
i £""'■ '""=«■ Knowle*' daiilez 



1 Holier, KTouad. 

Z Scales, platturm. 

1 Scale, connur. 

S Scoop ahoTeJfl. 

1 Seed sower. 
■a Seata. pit. 
W SeaU, beaeb. 
30 aprayi, bath. 

I Hbowerbead, ^. 

1 Sdow plow. 

I Sleam Kaune. 

Z Steel ponche?, "W, 

8 StsDcils aurl numbc 
10 BCencil Dlatea. 

S Siencll bniBbM. 

■i SteooU eupa. 
4X Street lamiw. 
23 Slools. wood. 

1 Slep ladder. 
I SUwe boat, 
la Slop hoppers. 

1 Sickle arbner. 
i SCaD][». bra»a. 
7< Tables. sidbIJ. 



i Tables 



rounl 



IK Telepbonee. 
1 Telephone sw 
1 Tool ohesta. 



S Urinal troughs, i 



,d,Google 



Report of thic Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT ''D" 

ShowioK ClothiDg and Equipage in possessioo of the Wiaconsln Natkmal 

Guard, Jane 30, 1902. 











Ft7Biinx»« 

AMD PlITOBSe. 


Clothiig. 






1 
1 


1 


J 


i 


1 

i 

« 
u 

K 

I 

i 

» 

bit 


1 
lit 


i 

£ 
5 




Nod 

1 

S; 
si: 














































J* 












■n',;_T»|>l Em ii Wilde 


« 






" 




;F.;;r^pt. o.A-FHtwhB 










* 




























1 

i 

» 

i 
























= 


1m 


§. 






'M:"ctp..K:F:a™y Tr"::;:::::::::::: 


'^i 






Co. 

Cn. 

Co. 
Co. 


Secokd Inpantbt. 




n 


■A."Cflpl.A- «!. MBrtin 

■b:- rgpt. B, W. PfiinB 






:' 


:;;: 


1 


.1 


19 


'D."Capt. F, J Grsham 

;e.;; Cai.t b. c. pion-kj 






H 
















f::p<:.iyp-t^^r.:::: 










,... 




i 

2S 








i^:Bti^E:E" 




~ 


2 


"5 


D 






- 





,d,Google 



fe.EPOBT OF THE QUARTERMASTER GENERAI.. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"— Confinued. 



Cloth ino —Cod tin aed . 



PoBIObCAP OBlfAM'XB. 



■f\:. 

I 



\ 'I 

1 

I .... z 

I ... 2 



Cbivrohh, Cloth, 


Paim. 










1 

2 


1 

is 

: 2 


1 

J 2 '■ 


\ 

I i 
\l 

. ! 

. 11 
11 


1 
11 

n 

12 

J 

IN 

n- 
1 


J 

"i 

t 

2 

4 

"i 

3 

* 

37 


1 
























3 








■I 


;■ 


3 2 


*"2 
2 
3 
2 
2 

2 


'i 

j 

2 


^ 


3 2 


-,-i^ 


f 


15 


2 



,d,Google 



Report op the Qt^ARTER master General. 



Ciolhing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT " D "—Continued, 



FlUT IHFAMTII. 



';_Capt.E T. Werbei 

" Capt.O. & luBvia. '.'.', 
" t'liyt. «. A. Fritacha . 
"Caot. J, H.Jnacbini.. 
," Capt. U.C. Darst .... 
■C«pt. J. RSchnaller., 
"Cupe. Peter Plawicki 



SBCOHD iNrAHTBT. 

rnm[ssioiied staff and ba 
,'^'Capt, A. C. Martin .... 

'" Copt. CLaa. Bodemor! 
."Capt.F, J Graham.., 
," Capt. R.C. HlouBky .. 

"Capt U. O. Carl 

,"CBpt. M.S. Pesrsnboo 
,"Capt,N. A.EDadson. 
"Capt. 8. K- Prescgtt,... 

,"CRpt. P. J.Zink 

."CBPt.S. O. Bromi .... 
,"Capt. W. B. H«U. .. 

tal Second Inran try 



CLorniHO — CoDtla ued. 



Jii 



it 



,d,GoogIe 



Rbport of the Quartermaster General. 31 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"— Continaed. 



CLOTHina— Cod tinned. 







1 












Trouwn 


. atripea, pa 


ir». 




- 


1 

3 

1 










s 


1 


i 


i 

i 


j3 

1 

1 


i 


1 
?1 


2 

it 
n 


1 1 

III' 


1 

s5 


g 


■g 


3 
1 


J 

ji 

1 
i 




















J 


^ 






n 








M 






u .. 
























































































































































































































































































































K 


a 


60 




1,011 


■-"-" 


n 


too !r 


T 


^ 






~v 










isi 




































«t 






















































































































































































































































































































































819 


«.. 


fcBl 


-^^ 


^ 




z. 


"'- 


^ 


.:j 


W 


as 


SiV, 


T3T 



,d,Google 



Report of the QuArtermAstw GENEaAt; 



Clothing and Equipage. 



BXBIBIT "D"— Continued. 













PlBST IHPANTBT. 

Non^oommisgionnd ataff anii band 
Co."A."Capt.C, a. Tucker. . 
Co. ■•B.'Tapt.C. H. *«pinwaU., 

Co,"0"C«E..K.T WeJh™ 

Co."D."CbdI EmilWildB 


Books, CompanT and 


1 


1 
1 

1 

"a 
n 

u 

s 

3 

5 

3 
38 

! 


Fl.«^ 


! 


iS 


i 




3 

1 


i 

1 
.... 

1 


5 
1 
£ 

1 
'i" 


"i' 


1 
1 

2 


1 

3_ 

2 


If 

1 1 




















a. 














"is" 


~F 


2 




I 


Co. ■•O." Capt J. P. Joachim . 
Co. "K." Capt. Potsr Plaseckl.... 




1 


i 


I" 


\' 


1 










cS: 


M,"capZE.RQrar:;::.:; 


- 


1 


- 


1 

7 


■^■|_ 






= 




1< 

i 


Co. 

To. 

S: 

Co. 

1 


:»„;:: 8ffiS;&.1.S::::. 

■C."Capl,Cba». Bndemer ,. 
'D," Capt V. J. tJrahani 

■■?;■- Sa'o.i',!™"..- 

■Q," Capt. U. 8. P«-renbooin 

:iVaKs''i'>'S^r:: 




1 

j 




1 


1 
.... 


■'i' 
































J 


:E:::gal;S.iS'„;:;:: 


i 


- ■ 


T 


..?. 


T 


4 


1 












....1 . 


2» 




Total 3i«ond lafantry 


2 


Z 


' 


' 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Quartkrm aster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"— Continued. 





B«D 


rAO 


B — 


Coat 


iDDsd. 




1 










BOOKB. 












OnidODS. 


Ill 


1 


1 
g 

I 


1 
1 


1 

1 
l 


■3 
1 
1 


! 

l! 




1 

a' 




1 
1 


K 


! 


e 

s 
i 

.2 


u5 


li 

IS 

i 




S 


1 

i 


s 


1 
1 




s 

u 


— . 
a 


i 

a 














1 


s 

1 

2 


! 


1 








« 




12 




1 






, 










': 


\ 
2 

"so" 

2 
2 


-,■ 






■3' 


.!, 


* 


.'t 


1 


.... 


..!, 








..' 














■i 

t 




» 


■ 










3 


a 




1 


1 




1 








3 

1 


~ 


1 
23 


4 


^' 


4 


i' 


"10 




— 


E 


' 


':z 


-- 


IT 


= 


- 


1 










;■ 


:=, 


'i 




■ 


:•: 


:'; 


5 


I 


■3 


3 
i 




















.... 








i 




;;; 








' 


s- 


' 


.'. 


■i 




'3 


^ 


-■;-:J:-|;-' 




,' 


'j 


.!. 




1 




'i 




1 


"i 




IT 




■•T- \-\ ■ "1 


"■\ ' 












1 


^ 


;^ 


s 


77 


"T 


T 


~i 




w- 


■■(■ 


1 


-| 


-i\ 


J-i 





^ 


21 


' 


I 



i,i,z,d, Google 



34 Report ok the Quartebm-\ster Generau 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"— Continued. 







.BSSS. 


CLOTBnra. 




1 


1 
1 


.1 


i 

1 
J 


S 

1 
1 
1 

St 

1 

a 


■ 

« 
u 

w 
■a 

Ml 


s 


























































ES 
































Oo. "(i, " 1 apt. H.J. Abraham 

Co. "H.-Ca.t J. W Mxiualer 

no. -I," ITHpt £. Ro'iiit-r 

Co ;;K.;; i;a|,t. a. S <J."^«lyBar 




.:; 


«' 


!:i: 


i 

M 


13 


TolalTbiHInfaotj 


_:; 


T 


ElT 


« 






Tbhth Battalion. 


" 


z 

i 


■SI 

Sg 

TI 
114 

3.4U 




i: 


Cu. ■■A,"io|.l,S A l-ntrson 

r<..'-B::;r«pt,w.».wvsa.. ;, 

Co. |;i ^-^'^ '■«„[. W.O. HnrtwcU 


t 


.,".. 


«8' 


;-!i: 


u 




Total Tenth Batulion 

I«t Battery Field Artillery. Capt C. F. Lnding. 


^ 


~i 


S 






: 


■=- 


11 






















-— 




itT 


"^ 


Tm 











-r^-. 



,d,Google 



Report of the Quartermaster General, 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D-'-Continued. 















CLOTHiHO-Cootinuad. 














ForM«cAP 


o™.™.U.i 


Chev 


rons, cloth, pairs. 






1 1- 




■■ 




1 ' 'i 




1 


g 




1 


















8, 


? 


£ 


















































































1 


- 


1 


' 


1 


"1 
1 

3 




1 L 


= 




is 

1 


y 


"I 


-5 


i 


1 
































































j:: 






















s 


li 








*■ 3 


































































-]■■ 
























,1 




....|. 










i 










3 
































-^ 


- 


« 




6» 


■< 


1 




!i 


1 


1 


.. m 


IW! 


IM 


W23 






1 




■«: 


1 


1 




...: 








...1 


i 

i a 

.. 3 


-jO 


» 


2 


■j 




































- 




Z' 







"r 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 





— ~ 




T. 


— 


— 


- 


= 


- = 


= ^^= 


= 




= 


= 


= 


^ 


= 


^ - 


^ =■ 


= = 


^ 


=■ 


--^- 


= 


■n 












1 








1 






1 


1! 


li 




I 


























U^8 


;. 


^ 


2 3 


3331 


"I 


i 


' 


IB 


S 


»' 


S 


« 


& 9U 


,m 


«• 


"' 


13 



„.z,d,Google 



^6 Report of the Quartermaster General. 



Clothing and Equipage. 









CLDTBINa - CoDtin nod. 


t 


' 


i 


i 
1 

i 
ft 


1 

S 


i 

ii 


a 
II 
si 

b" 


1 

Is 
|s 

i 

71 


a 




TBian iMFiMTfiT. 






SI 
8T 

i 
ii 


s 


s 








1 

34 


i^ 
























8 


;;E.;;C.pt. E. S-Pearcnll 








3E 


29 










\i '?■%■ 














Co. 










11 


Noa 

S; 

Co! 

Tfo. 




SM 


237 


27B 


SIT 

211 




Tenth Battalion, 




n 


1 
II 










2 




30 

i 

116 


Vl 

23a 












to 




— ^ 


20 

la 


— 


t Rsttorj Field Artillery, Capt. C. F. 




21 


TO 


"so 


...... 


73 

ca 

t,(8t 




22 


jp"A."Flr5tCaTaUr,Capt.H.W,UuBii8r 


K 









,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Quartermaster Generae. 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"-CoDtinued. 



CLOTBnie — Contiuaed. 











8 


?■ 




s 


■R 


Tbodbbr SiaiFM, Pes. 


















1, 


i 

?. 


JS 


_5 


i 


i 


3 . 


3 




1 


1 
1, 








1 
1" 


s ■ 






£ 
^ 


£ 


1 


is 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


i 


1 


I 


1 


£ 


e" 


^ 


I 


& 


i 


1 


a 


3 


S 










Tt 






















M 


Ba 


81 








J 


SI! 








? 


















« 


fl5 








! 


85 








8 


s 






S3 
















































P 




M 








i 


S 










^ 


















« 




a 




























































Km 


753 




























860 





~w 


— 




^o^ 


77. 


~~^ 


^T 


M 


so 


7! 


7M 




es, 


Z 




'S 












1 


J 








» 




Z 








I 


..... 












« 








67 


























^^^ 


— 




— 


— ;;■ 




— 


— 




— ^ 




— ^ 


~lw 


= 


=■ 






w 


""" 


!( 




u 







- 


— 





~ 


2.82* 






























c^ 


j.ooa 


87 


aTisi 


"S" 


80 


3.8T3 


m 


~ 


' 




^ 


iiiw 


'ijii 



,d,Google 



Report of the Quartermaster General 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"-CoDtiDned. 









»..,..» 






Booko. Company and 


Colon. 




1 

1 


5 

g 

i 


1 


i 






i 

1 

1 


£ 


1 

"i 

I 


1 
1 

... 


1 
o 


[ 


H 
.... 


1 




1 

I' 

Ca 

Nod 


TBI«D iBFAKTmT, 

F."Capt. J.C Britt 

H, ' Capt H. J. Abrabam ... 
H."Capt.J.W. Macauifiy., 

1,-Capt.B. BoBsiter 

K."Capt. A. 8 Uoodyoar... 
U';Capt.B. H. MoUoy. ,. 
y," Capt B, H, Chamberlain 


. 




..^ 












"3 






■■:: 




i; 


1 
I 

T 


■^ 


.... 

i 


1 




'z 

! 


T 


T 


- 


11 

so 

SI 


T»NTH BATTiLIOM. 


, 


S: •■§.■■• SEi-s.'-i.-ftV-::::: 










W 


T<.wl Tenth BaUftUon 

attory Field Artillery. Capt 


"" 


=^ 


J 
t 

12 


Z 


■' 


p"-'A;''"tCaialriVCapi."u. 


1 1 1 



























,d,Google 



i?.EPORT OF tHE QUAR*rERMASTER GENERAL. ^9 



Clothing and Equipage. 



EXHIBIT "D"~Continued. 



EtioirAaB— CootiDoed. 


Looks. 


" 


Qaidons. 1 


1 


1 
1 
M 

i 

2 


1 

1 

1 

■■|' 


1 


■z 


Pi 


t 

■s 

111 


s 

3 . 


5 


3 
t 

2 


1 


i 

1 


P 




.1*1 1-8 

1 


= 3 


1 


1 
i 

1 








1 
1 










27 


- 


1 


;- 


1 




-If ■ 


"3 
It 


^'r 


TT 

m 


- 


1 




















^ 






1 


= = 






J 










-j 




- 


T" 




" 






^ 


^ 


1 


u " 


1 .... 






-_i: 


• 


11... 


z :.■'.' 


^ 


"w 


El 


i 


TT 


I 


^ 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E." 

Showing Ordnaace and Ordnance Stores received, waned and remainiog 

on hand (or the two years ending June 30, 1902, 





'X-r 


x-Cabkiaob 


:r- 








1 

i 


1 

j 
i 


11 
1] 

p 


ii 

82 


i . 

p 


■i. BMelved from OrduBDCD DepurtmaDt, U. 8. A . 


' 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


8. HocoiTad frum OrdnanoB Unpartnian't, V. 8. A., 












«. B^c^lvo'd^fr,™ offio«a of' Wiscoasin .«t»ti mal Qaard 
B. Booeived from otIic*rs..( Wi'scousinNaiioiiai Oiiard 












6. Belied 'Zm"p;X':Wrtm»at of ai.U-.OiV 












7. B'iB^'!^"dKo''m«l.™l8?OoV■|;^flW.■^<'■■Jnn.!0.i90J. 
g. RecBivBd bf purcliMB from United States. Oct 1. 
















































— 


-p 


— J- 


~T' 


I 


13. lisuBd to Wiaconain National Guard, Oct. I, 1«0, 
























IS. Issued lo Posts, DepartmBnl of 8. A. R., Oot. i.isOO, 




































IS. Condemned and Jroi>pe>l, Oct. 1, 1900, to June 30. 























1 




1 


T 




TiT 




LL- 




' 



,d,GoogIe 



Kepoht of the Chief of Ordnance. 41 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"-ContiDU©d. 



3. .dBTILLSmT EQtItPUBMTS AKD iMrLEKENTS. 



'ti 

33 


it 



45 


1_ 

* 


i 

1 

"IT 


1 


= 1 

1* 


1 


i 


i 

s 

1 

s 


3 


1 


"E 

1 
10 


1 
1 

1 
■3 ■ 

1 


! 




! 


.1 

.1 
1 




1 

1 


1! 
V 

IS 


82 




T 


T 


- 


i 


T 


i 




"•T 


i 


= 


.A 


.s 










' 








' 




::;: 


... 






... 

T 
a 








:;: 










— 


T|~ 


]J 


2 


— 


— 


2 


2 


— 


— 


— 


L 




i 




4 


1 


a 


4 


2 


Jl 


» 


[[ 


Ls 


s 


1 


— . 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "B-'-Continaed. 









— 


li-U 








1. 

i 


i 

i 

P 


1 




3 
1 

.28 


3 

1 


1 


1 

1 


1 

1 

s 


1 

li 










2. Recalled from OrdoiiDCe DoBartmonl, U. 


■ 


' 


' 


' 
































■ 






tt 


B. R-cBivBd from dfflcem of Win Nntfnoal 














i. B«ionived fn.in Posts, DpuertmBot of U. A. 






















7. RBCoiTsd from BChools. Oct. I, 1900, to 
S, Re«i?«iclby purehAw'frimJFoiwd' States 












































10. Received by mBnufactoro. O^t. 1, 1»W. to 














































=i 


= 


■J- 


= 


~28 


~2 


-^ 


~r 


•^ 





13. Itsufld In WleconaiD NiCional Onanl.Oct. 


= 


















11- lB.iiwi lo PoslK. Department of Q. A. B.. 






















IS. laxued to acbools. Uot. 1, 1000. to June 










































18. Condemned and dropped. Oct. 1. HOT, to 










1 
I 

1 








tt 




~\ 


~ 


T .... 


- 


— 


- 




S 


T 


■ 


SO Remalningonhana tobeBcconntedfor.. 


_^ 







,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 45 



OrdnafiCi.' and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"- Continued. 



TIl.t.KKT j 


•-SMALL Abu. 


l—ArPINDAOBS TOB 

Shali, Aaui. 


1 i 
1 i 

! 1 


\ 

i\ 

i 


J 


1 

l,^o.^ 


II 

2'- 


1 
1: 


i 

3 


i 


i 

1 

Is 


i 

1 

1 


i 


i! 

10 


1 


ll 


II 

ITS 


i 

i 

in 


1 
1 


i 
1 


1 
1 

i 


.... 10 


7 


» 


„ 


iffiO 
















" 


















6 








» 


































„ 










• 












1 






























1 








■«■ 






















1 




1 










10 


















1 




1 










































































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
































•^, 


5 ■..- 


M 
2M) 




TTmw 


z 


w 


^- 


s 


as 


I 


i 


6 


^ 


10 


IS 


4' 


2 


« 














17 












1 








































































i ; 


t 


3 












4 
4S 


'S3 


19 


1 












It 


Wl 


340 


_ 


"~ 


n 


1 


83 


l; 

«. 


127 


™ 




™ 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



44- Report of Thet Cuiep of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "B"-Coiitinued. 



Clamm 


^ 








^ 








i 
s 

1 


1: 

1 


i 
1 

n 


1 

s 

23 


i 
1 

5 

21 
» 
20 
S 


1 


3 
S 

1 
1 

IS 


1 
1 


1 

1 

s 
.a 


i 

1- 


1. BemalnloRaQ band from last return 

I. Reoeiied from Ofdnauce Departireut. 
^ U. S. A.. Oct. 1. 1900. til .Sopl aO, IWI . . 

U.tl.A..Oct. 1, IWL. toJauein.lMU. 
i. Beceired from oflleera of Wis. Nat 


s' 4! 

lO'.... 


Qi.a.d.Oet I.lKll. toJunaUO. ISOi .. 
6 BeceiTwlfrom Posts, Do i>ari meat of G.A 


.... 


S3 


.... 


...... 


7. Becn'ind from school 8, Oct. 1, l«», to 






. 














g. Bi<e«lved by purchase rromUDitedStatfu. 










1 ( 


















....■ f" 




lU. Bi^nivnd hv Rianu^iotDrt, Oct. 1, I<ia0. 


















' ' 


32 


15 














"iot 

80 


"lie 


la 

at 

ao 


ISA 1> 

ao u 
10 «« 


— 


la. Iwinorl to Wisconsin Nalloaal Guard. Oct 

1, 1900. to Sept. W. 1901 

14. IsBuod to Wiscoa^io National Qoard.Oct. 


u 


IS. tssned to Po^ts. Department of U. A. B., 






t«. Issued to scbooU, Oct 1. 190U. toJuneSO. 










1 




















J 


SO 


"Ha 

Zl 


i 


^-;^-" 


J 

H 






Jt 








15 


u 


»^ 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 45 



Orditoiice and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E»- Continued. 



7-II„„.^ J^^T,-™^™. 0.,. 


,-„™.K,..„.„.. 


4 
ft 

as 
10 

z 


|1 


1* 


1 

1 

10 


1 

14 
4 


2 

S 
■T-£ 


14 


% 

1 

=0 


i 
% 

1 

78 

mi 
dO 

100 

4 


1 
It 

II 

3* 

St 
IM 

■2 

100 


1. 
1! 

^% 

150 
100 

62 
100 

1 

139 
3 


1 

11 


tfii 

238 l* 


3 

1 

ij 

1,097 


i 

1 
1 


1 


I! 

122 




:;::i;;;: 


.... 






I 




1 












83 


1 














a 


98 


















.; 










6B 


AH 












iin 


^. 


10 


.... 
4 


.... 


- 


1 
10 


m 


^ 


"iS 


K 


],IM 


IM 
1(8 


"Iw 


1 


J! 


m 

:::: 

»9 




1*. 










1! 
160 

8 

~i7a 


8.' 

~io6 

133 




«ft 




8Si 


89 




TTT 


lO 


4 


10 


n 


T* 


IiO| 




lej 


871 


M8 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— CoDtinued. 









L±J_ 


— 




~ 








1 

1 

30 


1 

S20 
B 

lai 


i 
1 

1 
J 


s 
If 

5" 
too 


= 

1017 

1 
87 


ft 
S3 

i 


-3 

w 
lis 

IM 

too 


i 

1 

1(» 
lEO 


IS 


1i 


B. Received from Ordnance Deoarimeut. V 
S. A.. Oct. 1, Iwn.toSnpl:. 80. IHOI 

3. A„act. MSOLtoJunaaO. I9UZ 

1. ReoelTHi from officers of WK National 

' UDBTd. Oct. 1, IIMIU, toSept MO. )9UI 

S. Reoeived from offliwra of Wis. National 

(iuard. Oct. I.IKJI, In.lunaKU. HWJ .... 
4. Beceiied trotn Po-te. Dounrtnii'Dt of G. A. 

R.Oot.1,1900.«>jDne30,.«K 

^. Reoeived (mm schools, Oct. I, 1900, to 


u 




M) 


n 






H. BireiTed'bvpurciiose from Onited Stetee 






100 






lOO 
















lU. Received bv manufactnre. Oct. 1, 1900, lo 






















11. TaLeaup^Oct. 1,1900, to June ail, 1803 .... 
13. Issued to Wi>«oDBin National Quard, Oct. 


878 


ISO 


1!J 
8.8 


MW 


34 


~~» 


IM 




30 


-^ 








IS. iMined to Poi-ts, Department of G. A, R., 

Oct 1. l«)n,toJuooJIO,I«K 

IS. IsBupd to schools. Oct. 1, 18DJ, to June 30, 


ISO 
























11, Condamned and dropped, Oct, 1, 1«0, to 


lit) 


— 




1» 


MS 


T 


3»t 


S£> 


n 


- 








10. BemainioB on hand to be accounled for 


«. 


.„ 


421 


820 


s 


232 


a 



,d,GoogIe 



liEPORT OF THE CHIEF OF OrDNANCE. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— Continued. 



t — lMv-A.i«i-«-v K<jorpMMTa-ContiDn»d. 


7— CiV»I.RT AND LlOBT ABTILLMBI 
ACCOUtKEKBHTS. 


->\ U \i 




















1 


S 






i 


fiM ft 1 


.1 

1^ 


i 










1 

■3 


1 


1 


1 


s 

1 


1. 


1 


Is 

ii 


^sUi^ip 


W 


^1 


! 


^ 


1 


t 


I 


f 


Sa 


li 


S^ 


?=i 


li 


I 
































■=- — 


































.J 


215 


as.' 


4 


1 


r.i 


.400 


3M 


4a 


tw 


n 


!0 


128 


i 


11 








J..... 














100 

soo 






























tw 


4»J 


sou 


wo 












u 


a 


■m 






. 


^ 












^ 








2 2 












» 
























































21 




zt 












































100 




SCO 


" 








w. 


















ii:^ 


~r 


(M 


iAlJ 


1.7m 




^. 


z:: 


(0 


-1 


ji: 


St 


'«r 


liT 


liii 


-= = 


2 
13 




— "" 


"^ 


^ 


IK 

362 


17S 


~r' 


^■" 






' 


~ 


^ 


"" 


~ 


~ 




IS 








Sis 


xo 


410 








i» 




» 


es 


IS 




12 


IS 
130 


"bu 






..., 
















.... 
























































10 


» 








IT 


20 


30 






















9 






!*0 








SU 


Sff 


ml ^. 


« 


4U 





















— 


— 


^ 











— 


— 


— 












878 


• 62 


.«S!» 


4 


' 


" 


I.H» 


SI3 




1- 




9 


^ 


SI 








Jt 













D,„„z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Oi(dn.\nci 



Ordnance and Ordilancc Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— Continued. 

















Ska 1. 1, AEH8, PowDBB, Etc. 


1. Remain Ins on hand from laat rotatn 

A.. Oct. 1, IVUI, to Sept, »l. 19JI .... 

*. Received from oHieerB of Wis. National 
Uaatd. Oct. 1, IW)'. to 3ppt.HU, IWi . 

B. Brceivm from olficora <>( Wis. National 
Uaard, Oct. 1, IWI, to Juno 9U. I9u3 

7. HeceiTcid rroin scU<ulij,"oct. i, Ibuj.'to June 
H. Reo«iTud"b/|>urcha.s'e'from United' Sutesi 


if 
If 

I- 

10. 


i 
p 

■sa 
soo 


11 

20 


» 3e 


1 

i.etis 

l.OW 


MO 


K 
3»,000 








» .... 






i.ii, 


9. Beceiiwl bypurciia.se. Oct, 1. iioo. to June 
10. Beciivwi 'bj^'m'a'oufa'ciur;C'Uci:*i,*i9l»;'to 


































*2 


4M 

40 

301 


«0~ 

90 

8«-, 


i^~3» 


2^\ 


Stt 








IS. lasoerl to WismnHin National Quar.), Oct. 

I. VfOa, to SBpt30, IMII 

11. Issued to Wiacoofin National Goard, Oct. 

1, IWl. toJuneaO. IflOi 

Oct. 1. IWO. t<i June HO, 190i 

19. l^-wdto schwU, Oct. 1. 190J. to JauD 3b. 


542 
SO 




SM.I97 
mt.VD 


















730 




JaueSu. 190J 


J, 

7. 


M 


40 


o.TTT 

90 3» 


1,00:! 




20. BemalainR on hand to be accounted for.... 


m.« 



,d,Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "B"— Continued. 



■ — AXMDMrCIOH 'FOB CAHHOIt AHD SHALL ABMH, PoWDBS, BtO.— CoUtlUoeil. 



1 

1 

si 


1.9 

g : 

1 


1=^ 


II 

"El 


1^ 

If 




1« 

3° 

SI 

|2 


1^ 
11 




S 

i 
1 


4 

i 

1 
% 


3 
1 

3 
S 

740 
250.000 
20,000 


h 


1 


>,000 


3,000 


a. 000 


4, HO 

»,OQD 
30,000 


34£ 


17,886 

ai.ooo 

W.000 


seo 


..„ 


57,000 
300,000 

i(io,<»o 


g.«0 
W.QOO 
30.000 


82,760 
50,000 


33,400 


230 






















NW 


IDO 










4,«» 




5,000 


8.cai 


14.000 


























































































IS, 000 












TS.a25 


















































Two 
























a. 000 


ao,3Si 


SS.080 


I,S«! 


JJ,«S8 


MO 


..m 


5S1.000 


S3, BOD 


137,750 


33,740 


285,950 


3,U0 





1,900 


38,621 
fl.TOO 


17,420 
27,™ 




M,8*e 

so, MO 


2K) 


840 
2,220 


168. SOO 
217,«0 


3,000 
2,000 


43,000 
87.000 


108,000 
113.485 


30, BOO 
88,200 


750 
1.310 


1 







































74. KU 


73.MU 







73,8.W 




i 








— 


a,10t)Is),S25 


(1,170 


1,198 


w.m 


^ 


3,0(W'4M.S10 


77.M0 135.000 


■iii.i)Q 


181,950 


2,480 


..»^ 


-1 


a,m 


^ 


ia.sM 


_" 


H»-» 


8.0J0 2.750 


2,2SS 


101,000 


1,070 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"-CoDtiQued. 











" 








t 

.si 

P 


5= 

Is 

¥ 


.,1 

is 
Id 

1! 


li 

SI 

«l 


i 
1 

£ 

,„ 

3.100 


1 


1 
5M 


5 
1 


E Socejnxt fn.m OHiianco Detwrtmeot, U. 

B.A.,Oct.1, ion, to Sspt. KO. 1901 
S, Btefivfit from Ordnance DBpartment. V. 


to 

20 


■•■ 


ISt 


t. RreelTAc< fmia ofHcers of Wis. National 

Oumd. OcLI, >l)>i>. toSepI tn, 1901 

S. Brc'I»<1 fmm "IBoera of Wis. National 






'SS-lJf2S"S.'m-'i 














'■ "Si'l'SrS'.Mi^SB''"""' '»■" 
















.. ES,U',m,JZi.6S. ™i, i.VJi.. 










too 










■""tsiiS.^j.r"'"'"'"-'.":".'.-."^." 


















11. Taken up. Oct. 1, IKIO, to JudbSO. 1902 


60 
2* 


.... 


1 


•m 


^ 


sisio 

B,(W7 
Z.MS 


1.M 
2.1(H 


3 

s 

11 




13. Iivu-il'to Wi<<con«in National Guard. Oct. 

1. iwn, (.. fitint- ai, 19" 

11. IsRuert (oWi-consm National Onaid. Oct. 

1. m01.1,.JunB.%n.iaB 

IS. Itwnod to Pa.-fi. Dopartment of O. A. B., 


IM 
13 






















ju™ao,iiw 


_ 


^ 




I^ 


as 


Moa 

73* 


1 


... 

5 


= 




_ 


^ 


i; 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnanc 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— Continued. 



S--TAB41STS AMD Tabobt Sdpfi. IBB.— Continued. 



8 < * i 


1^ 


1 
1 

219 
100 


1 

!I8 
100 


i 


J 

.3 


-.2 

li 

«7 


1 

40 

20 


i 

1 


e 
1 

i. 
I 

40 


1 

i 

89,000 
200.000 
700,001) 


3 

i 

i 


3 

It 

1,N» 
2,10U 


i 




ice. TO) 

700,000 




90 200 


«oo 




40 
SO 


40 
SO 




.400 












!1 








J« 


86 

8S 


8» 


88 


^ 

" 




BO 




W 












.... 














in 




—S 


20 


4' 


40 


Sii.ooo 


1,002.000 


"oil 




~loni'ri~a 


"ira 


=j= .^ 


1S8,00U 
3U,UDU 


j,n( 


■" 


15 


381 3S 




5 


20 






525 


ls2 
SO 


Isa 










■ii 














■■'■ 
















f) 


5 


ise 


~si 


8 


■" 


3t> 


M 


2 


b5S,0M 
131,000 


~422,0(IO 
580, OO 


"2^8 
1,(W 


~20 
US 



i,-,z,d=, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnanqe. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E" -Continued. 





>-Bbj 




TN. 










. 










j 
a 


! 

I 

10 


21 


ll 


1 

1! 


I 

Ji 

68 


■M 


i 
1 


ll 

1 


!:S:xts;ESS°; 


« 

















(. Received, from oncers of Wis. National 
















i. Eecwived /rom officers of Wis. NutloiMll 
Huard. Oct. 1, 1901 to Juns 30. 1901 

8. Received from Poht.i.Deparlmentot a.* 

S.. Oct. 1. 1M0. tn June 90, IVJi.. 
7. Betelved (mm schools. Oct. I. 19P0, to 

8 Received is purciiamfrora'Uni ted' States.' 
Oct, 1. 1900. toJuneSO. IKS 

9. Received by pdrcliase, Oct. 1, 1900. to 

Juue DO. 1902. .' ; :... 

11. Tokeunp. Oct. I, IBOO. U.JUDe80. WOi..,, 




t 




















ti 

10 










5 


8 


""» 


4 


I 


= 


n 


^ 


18. Issued tn Wisconsin National Guard. Ort. 


— 


14. tssaed to Wisconsin National Onard, Oct 










Oct-1. 1900. toJuDeaa.lEOS 

IB. Issued toscboole, Oct. 1. IBOO, to Jniw 30. 










18. Copdemned and dropped. Oct. 1. 1900. to 




S 


10 


zf.. 


~21 


^1 


- 


~ 






— 







s 




20. BemaluinK on hand to be accouuted for... 


' 


t 


47 


J,. 


44 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnancf,. S3 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— ContiDued. 



10— Spake 


lO— Spabb 
Pa ets of 

CE.ASS 2, 


■«„„P„„o,C„... 


10-Spabb Pabtb pobClabs 1. 


1 
1 


11 


4 
1 


1 


1 
1 


1 


1 


1 
1 

1 


aj3 


1 


If 

11 
'-i 

i 


£ 


i 
1 
p 

35 


1 
1 

1. 

m 


1 

1 

" 1 


1 

155 


5 
s 

m 


• 

t 


i 

1 


a 


1 


18 


































































































































































































P 


l! 





IS 


J 


"3 
3 


18 


J 


■jt! 
~3S 


■■32 


i 


21 














— 


~m* 


2 ~Zi 




': 


"177 


; 


~^ 










Fi 

































3 




W 




.... 


i 






7S 
IZO 






^ 


1 


Z 






i 


s 


^j^^ 


IC 


3 


3 

— 


.... 


JO 


..4... 


_^ 


Jj, 


i 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of The Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "B"-Contmued. 



Ct.*BBM 


10^ -a 


A» 


PA.T. 


ro. 


C^A^ 8-Cont. 






i 

1 


Off 


1 
42 


1 

s 
s 

% 

as 


J" 


.1 

& 


i 

"1 
1 


t 

&T0 
2(» 


B 
1 

lOJ 


1 


I 




m 


ie 


3 


U.S. A., Oct. 1, mui.ioJuuBoU, mii 
BecriTBd from oliicfirx ut H'lo. NHlii.uiiJ 

Ui.«rtJ. Oct. 1, 1**1, b.S pt.30, I.UI . . 
BecuivBd from .>«<»» of Wis. Astuiual 

iiunnl. Uct. 1, mil, to ;uii«.>U, imi: .. 
Iteceiind from l-oata, IWpaitmBut ofU. 

A. «„ Ociobur 1, iiMi. to JuNB JU.imra. 
BeceiTnd froni hcIiouIb, Oct. 1, IWU, to 










» 






5 

8 




.... 






























a 


RBceivad b/ purchasB from Unllod 






















10 


Receivgd by purcliaae, Occ. 1. IMJ, tc 
^JuoeSU. IW3 




















.... 


























1Z 
IS 


TotsllobeaccoDated tor 

Isaned lo Wiaconsin National Guard. 


... 


ISO 

39 




6 


"in 
11 


31 




"tTo 
«s 

93 


6 


w 


11 


Issued to WLicouMD National Qaani. 




Ifl 


Iwoed to fmtH, uf partnient ot U. A. B.. 
Uci. I, IBOO. loJuieaO. lUU; 














31 

a 


423 


», 


S2s 


~1 




IB 


'*jSrr!»'.'.™'r':°''-':™:." 




m 


to 


lit 

m 


z:: 


» 


Remaininicoa bibd to be accouDted tor.. 


KB 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnaxce. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"-ConUnu©d. 













10 


Spau PlRTS FOB Class «-CoatInua 


cl. 










■I 

1 

342 


% 
22o 


s 

i 

100 


3 

"3. 

i 
1 

320 


1 


1 

i 
1 

.... 


t 


1 
1 


il 

70 


ji 


1 


i 
1 


1 

1 

101 


i 


I 

17 


i 

.2 
lUI 




A 

= i 


1 

1 


i 

2 

i 

1 

47 










































iTs 

IK 


"Mi 
23 


MO 

«. 


I^ 


>' 


"sTn 


~» 












I! 










2» 




173 


"to 

16 


as 

7 


VS 

20 
2S 


1m 

9 


~m 


1 


31 


y. 


11 


a 


190 


151 


W 


'ia 


rs 


~» 






"to 

as 


13 


100 


'- 


? 


i" IK 


6« 


10 


IS 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "B!"— Continued. 



Ol 










II 
ji 


s 
Is 

3.3 

1- 


1 


1 1 


1 


S 

i 

1- 


S 

i 

i 

h 


1 


P 


1. Bern iDJna on hand from last retarn . . . 

2. Eece yed from Ordnance Deuartniant, U. 

a A.. Oct, 1,1900. to Sept. lU.lBOl..... 


38 

is 


75 


TO 


48 tt 


17( 
SD 


TO 
W 


TO 


i» 


1. bS, ;;d"oV"aSr. ofm.T.UMii 














B. Boc«i>ed fmm nfScera of Wis. National 
Ouard. Oct. I, IMl, to June 30. IBOB 




















7. RaceiTOd from aohoola. Oct. 1. leOO, to 
Jane 80, IWB 






....L. . 


















1 












la Eecelved by" manofRCtnre.dct. i,i»o'. to 






1 










11. Taken np. Oct. i. ISO), to June 30. 1802... 


33 














IT 






n"^ 


1! 

70 


"ko 






TO 


48 










IB. lesnadtoWiBconaln National Guard. Oct 


u 

•n 
















"■'aS,:i^"5if.r»"sss'°'.°;-.':.''- 












IS. Isnued to schoola. Oct. I. 1900, to Juoe SO 
































101 


10 






















— 


— 











— 


24 


— 


— 








70 


48 


n as 


43 


JO 


71 



,dp,GoogIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— Continued. 













BTAtm FUTB 


,o.C,..,.W 


ont 
















1 


1 

h 

1! 


II 


188 


E 

1 

150 


s 
1 
1 


1^ 


i 

230 


il 

990 


1 


1 

1 

it; 




1 
13S 


i 


E 


1 


! 


1 
1 

ICO 


E 

1 
i 

H 
150 
200 
200 


1 


100 


218 


a» 


» 














5 




























































! 














































































1 

lOS 














































13 


2C& 


IT 

18 

1 


= 


llj 


"S" 


"ss" 


a 


IT 


lift 

eo 


142 




100 


.... 


188 

36 
M 

"'S2 
61 


150 
36 


31S 200 


ISO 


w 


n 


» 


ZJ 


IS 


.... 


2 




"iz 

49 


13S 


'"s 

1!) 


m 






.... 

IT 

2 


' 










u 


"ii 

"226 

2 


125 




4S 


3 

Z 


~»3 
8S1 


91 


tt 




10 


~34 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnanci?. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT '-E-'-Contioued. 



CLi«Ma 


lO-BVAtB Pakib won Clau 6— Con. 




1 ^ 
S 

1 


1 


J 

.5 


: 
1 

1 

s 
a 


5; 

I 
1 


i 
i 
J 

5 


1 

1 


IT 

ft 
1- 




„ 


TO 














I. Keoelled fromUrdniiDCB DBpartment, ti. S A., 
Uct. 1, IHW, (o Sent. 30, IWII 


10 


so 


10 


zo 


ao 




1. RmbivoiI fmm oflicori. of Wis. NBtionBiQiiard, 








i BeCBi™'i!fn>,u<,mcBr» <,( Wis. NatiooBl <Jua^ 


















e. Reci'lisd finio fufU. DeKUrtmentor 0. A. B., 


















T RBc«iviitr..mBclnK)li,Ocu), i9u6. to Juna SO, 


















H. Re<Hii>^*br pDrcliBierrumUuKedUiaCM. Uail 

t.lBUU, WJontSU. IWe 

9. fiecPi^od by purcI.-M, 0«t. 1, 1900. to Jane 30, 




































II. Takunuu, Oct. J, im to Jui)e»i,'ifi62 


IW 


10 


"io 


■» 


"io" 


I 


Io" 


.^^^ 


13. Issuei to Wi^coDsiD Natioaal Qnard. Oct 1, 


^= 


H. leauwJ w WiBom-in ^National Uoard, Oct. 1 
11. iBsoed to Po.~tB.'DBpa'iVmeiirQ,"AVR.'.'6ct.'i' 














ifl. Ibsu d to sclioois, Oct. J, ivix, io Jane ail 






















































_L 


_!. 


_ 










19, Toulaceoontedfor 


so 


T 


— 


— 


— 


to. ReiiiamiDKanhandtobeaccount«ciror 


99 


69 


10 


» 


a> 


w 



,d,Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. S9 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"-CotitiDU«d. 



10-SPiu PiBTS foe' Class e.— CoatinQed. 



1 

E 
E 


1 

jj 

10 


i 

i 

i 

a 

s 


1 

's. 

so 


■£ 
s 
1 

10 


1 

20 


1 

1 
1 


1 
1 


5 
1 

i 


1 

i' 

IB 


i 


i 

1 




• 

i ■ 

h 


i 

1 

(0 


1 

1 


1 
1 


1 
10 


J 


10 


20 


» 




....|.... 






.... 












........ 




























la 


= 


20 


'zo 


.... 
.... 

10 


.... 


... 
= 


^ 


"ia" 


"iT 




"iiT 




~io 


= 


af 


aT 


t: 


~20~ 










20 








10 




20 


to 


rz 


6 


IS 


IS 






10 


(0 


» 


10 




To' 


20 


10 


M 


T 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordn.-\xce. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"-Cootinued. 



0-^ 


1 


-SPASBPABTSOPCLAaS 7.~HOMK 


. 


.a 
1 


1 


s 

1 


Is 

P 


3, 

e 

3 


<7 


i 
1 


I- 
SI 


1 

i 

u 


if 

1' 


1. RemalDtDE OQ hnotl from laat return ... . 


i 


1 


28 


37 


u 


3. BsooiiedfromOrdaaaceDepaj'tnient.n. 

S.A.,Oct 1, IBUI, to jQDe^l.lMe 

t. Received Trom offioere of Wla. National 

Odnrd, Oet. 1, 190D, U. Sept. 30. 1901 .. 
E. Bsceived f iDm ofilcera of Wis. National 






1 


20 




10 


100 


to 


40 










SI 


IS 






















J. BeceUed from scLooU. Oet. 1, 1900. lo 






















8. Bac«i>e<i by purchflsetroio United Statea 
















V. EocBlved by Jparchaso, 6ct. 1, IWJ, te 






















10. Beceived i)]- iDBQufactnre.oisV. l,l9do',Co 






































lOi 


u 

loo 

.. 




12. Total tobeacoountad (or 

13. Issued to Wisconsin National Qoard.Oot. 

1,1900, toSept.aU,l9fll 


-^ 


^ 






1 


~5J 


^ 


^ 










18. laaued to scliools, O^ 1, 1900. lo June 
























i 


' 


IS 


37 
~17 


2 


SS 

as 


~3I 
100 










^ 


40 






= 


— ^ 


— 




I 


E 




'* 



,d,GoogIe 



RErOBT OF THE ChIEF OF OrDNANCE. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"— CoDtinutd. 



10— 3PAKB P*KT« o» Clam T-lii- 


io-SP*«» Fa«t« op Ci.Aa» B. 


1 


i 

77 

BOO 




1 


111 
III 


1 


1 

< 

12 


1 


i 


1 


1 

1 


li 


1 


lOS 


U£ 


130 


. 




E 


100 


... 


BflO 


20 


10 


10 










































517 


zoo 






000 


■ 'iM 


32 


so 




200 


EOO 




» i- .» 




— ir 


^7 






ooe 


lU 


tM 


U 


SOI 


ax) 


a 






12 


186 
MO 






^ 








^ 




u 


' 


« 












""m 







u 


ii 


■—f 


--1» 


iio 












^»-|— 


— ;'_~7 


I 


»e 


813 

360 


i-:« 


i 


:!& 


■■" 


150 


.10 


. -1 


5,7 


200 


KO 


eo 


liO 


"" 



i,i,z,d, Google 



Report of the Chief of OrdnvVnce, 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E-'-Continnod. 



Ccabsbh 




S 

1 








.1: 


1 
1 


1 
1 

1 


s. 

1 
1 


1 
1 


i 


1. BsmniniDvoD band from last rotUFD ... 

2. Reoelvod from Ordnance Dopartmant. 

D.B. A..Oct, 1.19U0. to3«pt. W.18H1.' 


808 


40 







' 


4. Heccived from offloerg of Wig. Nat. 
















■ Hoard, Oct. 1, IHOI , lo J one 30. 1802... 
6. Rsceived from posts. t>ep«rtmont of U, 
















7. Bec«l»«l from schi^a. Oct. 1. 1900. to 
















g. B^wiS' 'bS" pnrch;*. from Dtitod 
















». RtKoiyeJ by purchaiie, Oct. 1, WOO, to 








' 


« 






W. Rocelied br manufacture, Oct. l. IMO, 








II. Taken up. Oct. 1. 1900, to June SO, iJoi. 

U. Total to be accounted for 

13. Issued to WUconsin National (inard. 

Oct. 1. 1900, to Sept. Si. IWl 

11. '^ed^to^WiscMsm^-ational Snard, 


e 

21 


~gM 


V. 


8 
3 


4 


= 


s 

30 


tS. IssuedMposia.Departrqeiitofb). A.B.. 
Oct. 1. IIIU), toJnnoSl), 180i 




















n. Eipendod. Got. 1, 1900. to JnneSO, 1902. 

IH. Cnndpmapil nnd druiiped. Oct. 1, 1800. 

toJuneaO. llOi 








89 


1 




8 


S08 


a 


SO. Remalnina on hand ta bo accounted tor. 




. 



,d,GoogIe 



REFX5RT OF THE ChIEF OF OrDNANCE. 63 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "E"- Continued. 



P&rc 2— Marking Outflts. 




i 
1 

"a 
1 


1 

-3. 

1* 


.2 

1 


B 


i 

1 
1^ 


11 


1 

1 

1 
g 


1 

1 

1 
1 


1 


1- 

II 


1 


i 

1 

lU 


1 

1 

1 


1 


3 
1 
1 

12 


1 

1 










:::: 


















■■"'1 ■■"■ 


















".'X'.'.Z 


12 


S4 


132 

~132 

IS 


EI3 

OS 

10 


46 




s 
















""i""" 


















1 


SI 
















=' 


~iu 




"' 


Tl! 




« 13 

1 


= i? 


24 


|2H 


















2! 


:;;:j:;::: 






36 


^ 


'± 


r 


r 


1 


■■» 









nvi 


S 12 


12 


24 


. 







,^^._ 


I: 




J , 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



Report of The Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "F." (a) 

Showing Ordoance and Ordnance Stores in possession of ihi Wisconsin 

National Guard, June 30, 1902. 





.- 


' 













BUB. 


FOE CjITALBT. 




i 


I. 

IE 

ll 


s 
1 


1 


i 

1 
1 


1 

s 

i 


1" 


1 








FlHSI iNFiNTBI. 






s|^SteS=';:;;;:;; 


so 

60 

1 

i 




































K Co. "E." Capt. 0. E. LowiB 


















































































"s 


~9 
J6 


IT 






15 




721 


23 


i 


1 




Second Imfantbi. 






12 


5 






1 £"gr°S°T'^"«'?''"°''-:- 


S 

SO 

ao 

S8 

1 






























































































g &"^"^'a^pV^?- i^.^"^"' 


























































SO 

m 






- 
















le 






- 


" 






11 


' 









,d,Google 



Report oi" the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT'"P"-CoDtiQued. 















I 


iKl-iNTBT Kvtl 


FUI 


TS. 




























































? 


1^ 


1 = 

n 


3 




E 


s 


i 


1 




^ 


S 
s 










il 


1 
^1 


II 


_4 


13 
11 




St 


11 




1 


1 


-^1 






I 


£ 


1 


g 

5 


3 


1 


1 


i'fi 


y 


?! 


= 1 


II 


-- 










y— 




-- 


-- 










H 




-' 






-- 












■a\" 




a> 


























„ 


■■fl 


's 




































































































































































































































m 


s. 


6b 




V 


. e< 


6- 




«' 






u 


m 






































































































































































































































»>m 


m 


1': 


sea 




]5 






SCO 




s 




761 






Ji 


~6 


1 


=•;;• 


1 










"m 


.... 










... 


... 




■r 


.... 






.. 












































































































































































































































































































































































































































































i» 














w 






B5 














SIS SJi 


sir 


TJi 


8UJ 


811 !»> 


73. 




»iq 




»i.ij so 


760 


Tf 


7M 


-' 


e 


3 


M 0: 



,d,Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, 



EXHIBIT "F"— Continued. 



C".... 


Bhall Abhb. 


.-...„,™. 








g 
1 

li 

a 


s 

1 

1 


L 

I 
1 


1 
1 


! 
1 
1 


1 

i 




s : 


1, 






Ob 






2 


FiBST ISrANTBT. 

- ■ - fficars 








'i 




fl 


6 


iiooii 

LOW 
■i,M. 

laitu 

I'OW 








■» 


C.H. Tucksr 

....■■c.i...f:g;«.';'":::: 

'■D,"Capt. Kmil Wilde 

-H.-C^lt.U.C. Duttt 

:;ii;:;8i:^:ETy*'^L.wi:: 


i 


7 


12 


m 


6 


1 


2,UU 

■soil 


'"ia 
7^e 




10 
M 


11 










10 


13 

is- 


= 


i 


6 


■■'iw 




1 

Co 










= 


— 








3BC0ND InPANTHT. 


















IS 

i 


























^$;S.I;tSs:':::::: 

;>B.;;Capt.E.C,Ploiiaky 

■■li'"Capt'. N.' a'. Knudaon..!!. 

.;:k,::aK,l^l'^'ffr".'::::; 


! 

I 
'. 
■< 


■to 


..*. 


u 


1 




10 


.Ott 

sluw 

l.(X( 

ilooi 

3,100 


*J0 


ii 


i«j 


1 
1 


.?f. 


:'; 


:*: 




11 


e 


266 


-.!. 




3 












SS( 


S8 

e.87« 


"■"wifi 






e 
















62 


8 


81 






1 


i'.SK 


'■"• 








= 




1 1 1 



,d,GoogIe 



Report of The Chief of Ordsahce. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "F"— Continued. 



^*-™o..-<,. 


MLOADIKO TgOLH^^^iSOmS iMD AHOKT 


PiBT i!. 


j 


1 


1 

5 


1 

1! 


1 


1 
1 


3 
1 

is 


I' 
1 


1 

P 




1 


1 

J 


1 
J 


i 

i 


1 
li 

li 
A? 


:l 


■1 

|l 


3 

II 

1^ 


1 

ji: 


1 
1 


















































































Sl» 






1 :"i 
]1 


J 


2 








<uuo 








~n 


.... 










Z 2 


' ', 














B 








«0 . 










J.UOO 








■T 






» 


m 


i. 








IZ 


i 


flIKi 








MO 


IZJII 


!l 


2 2 


i .4 


... 




19 


J? 


2^ 


tro 










9 9 


i A 






e 














^ao 


9 


9 


» 


"iT 


E 


S 


WW is 


~io 












1 






























20 


i.uto 


2.800 




IS 


I 

e 


^ 

1 




« 








16 Is 


2 

z - 


"io" 


.... 

"ioT 


























ioo 


i«t«: 








UD 




8 


" 






20 










10 

! 


;i 


"o 


.;:: 




.,,. li 










:- 






■■2" 


1,000 


uio, 

2,000 
1.900 




i.ia 




low 


MOOra 




3,000 


» 


i.s(W 


" 





,.x 


[l| u 



,d,Google 



Report of the Chiee of Ordx.vnce. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "P"— Continued. 





CtMBBB 


^ " 








Ll._ 


■^"-' 




"" 




VALRV. 




ThIBD iHrANTBI. 


•^4 

1" 


1 

17 

1 

I 


if 

1 


■e 

g 

1 


- 


1 

1 


1 

1 

1 


11 


is 

1 




S-^I^SIH'S:-;::-;:::::- 


a 

61 

«u 

s 

'i 

65 




























































Co. "H." Capt. J. W. Masaol^y 

Co. '1 'Tnpt.B.Rossitpr 




















































:::: 




















Co. "M.^'CBpt. B. H. Chambe.lBin 

Total Thifd Infantrj 

Tenth Bait alios. 
Field and sUtt 




i 


z. 


^\ 


JL 


£ 




Ji 


=.= 






1.1 


91 


Ill 


n 


I 


7 


2 






« 


c.; "c;" Capt.' w.'G.Hartweii*:' ::::;::: 




„, 




— 















,d,GoogIe 



Rlport ok the Chief of Ord.xax 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "F "—Continued. 































1 




I"? 


i 


1 


li 


1 = 

li 


1 
1 




til 


% 


1 


1 


1 


i 


s 






i 


111 


-.1 

% 


1 


|iiS 




ll 




Sj 




1 It^ Sd 








s 


s 


I 




3 


1-: S§ 


v% 




.i 5B 


A 


11 


1- 


1 


gls= 


3" 


■- 


1 


=1 ^ 


a 


i. 




t 


A 


i:!: 




is 


^ 


E« 
































i/,.. 










" M 










irt . 













3d 














... 








S 


B5 






w 












64 


to. 


641 51 












: 






'? 


B5 


8,; 




61i. 




61 




*; 


6.- 


6i 


V 


65 6.i; 61 




t ::' 




















6i m;. 




6. 


b: 




ft 


8." 






6r. a- 
















e 






81' «-.; 


















611 K 


6- 






■ 










» 


81 ; 6 










6; 


65 


66 


65 


M a: 


B 


t ;::. 






sj 










(J^ 


m 




Hu a 


6> 




61 ES 6% 


Cll 6.1 


Cr 












K 




6IM, 61 




er.. 










61. 01 . u: 


i\ 6.1 








"'i- 














«6 . 




Si * 


^ e. 




£1. 6 


SI ij:: 






■i\. 




61 




M 






62 . 




60 K.\ 6.1 6.1 


ii' as; » 


















&J 












sM «i; 8. 
















« 










6S . 








6j' 8S| K 








i 


a" 




U 


Si 


61 






6J , 






6^1 «Sl 8! 


ffi 64 61 


6i' K 


«» il!!! 






il;. 




























NW 


M» 


M01«'J3I 


wl miC; 




iwj Jw m 


m_»(K|_<«i:i-'^'« 








^71 6 




























'""' f" 








....!....'.... 


••]■-, 


.... J,,.'... 


i i 


"'! 


^ 


61 


fU 


2 al... 

« M ... 


■ft 


ii 


y.\ n: 


6; 


2 2 


fl3| *: 


2 .......... 

E.; ll. . ... 


"i'i' 




« 














trn; er 




6t| «' 












e 








ml S:::: 




« 


611 «, 




6!. 8- 


8'' fi 






2' 5; 






ei 


Bl 


9 


65 61.... 


6 




_81_ffii 


6 


3) 66 


BO, L« n 






























•i» 


2«0 


Y'lJ ?!= 


■-•ailsea.... 


21! 


1': 


Zn 26. 


-f-' 


^^B' 285 2pT ^n' 2i7 


■-. . ::i .^_t;; 


HBO 


2W1M 


soiwsm 


H^... 


'.m 


="' 


„r,p 


2632 


»ii »,,:», W,W- 


91 .18 iiliwlns 16 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Report of the Chikf of Ordn.^nce. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "F"-CoQtioued. 



Clabbb 




-Virssr- 










Flet 




s 

1 


» 


I 


1 


1 
1 a 

i 


1 
1 


1 

t 
s 




1 

1 

i 


1 
s 
1 




'D,"Capt. W. A. Orimmor.... 
•f"ga'St"J=c'-B''5^r" 






















Co. 

1 
1 


1 


e 


"is 


IB 


:=: 


9 
i 


lew 

:i 

21,003 

i.osc 

5.310 
lOOlBi 


i.oob 

MO 

1 


-i65 


too 










H .■'Capt. J W. Micaaley.., 


'"b 


J 


32 

13 

13' 


ai 










"m 




■L,"CBpt.R,B. McCoy 

■M," C«pt.'B. H. Chamborlaio 


3.... 

s*'i6 










i.'ooo 


'i.'tko 


■i::^ 




Fiel 

8S 


Tbmtb Battalion. 




11 

■a 
ii 


A, "Capt 9. A. PeetBon 

J)."Capt. W, A. W,se 

C,'-Capt.W.G, Hartsvell.... 
D,"Capt. D,J. Mowatt 


3 i 

aj 3 


■"6 


IS 


2 i 


J- 


8X 


'[« 




.. 


Brand total 




167 


8,311 


17.981 


!,900 



.d=,Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHLBIT -P "^Continued. 



!-Al>HCHniON-CODt. 


D— RBLOADiNa Tools, TABasra and Taboet Sdpplisi 


PAn2. 


1 
1 


1 
I 

1 


4 

t 
J. 


1 

1 

1 
1 
1 


1 
i 


\ 
s 

1 

1 


1 
1 

A 


1 


1 


1 
if 

y 


EC 
1 

5 


a 
5" 

1 
1 


,5 

•s 

1 


1 

A. 


i 

si 


li 
If 
1-1 


1 

If 


1 

1 


• 

:■ 

1 


ll.OUJ 




1.0UU 


S.OUIJ 


io.eoo 


'l 


]!< 


i 




2 aa 






a,iu) 


i.m 


11 


!1 

j: 

1 12 12 


? 1 
ii 1 


1 


' 1 




IB 




2.O00 
I.SOO 


i.w 


e 2B 
8 ... 


."' 














£,UJO 


8. (MO 




'...' 




j 


"ft 


i 


zi 




■■■J6o 


■■■jiio 


B 


1 












^ 










(.aw 


ll,90U 


a 














1*1 


iloo 








"f 




lt.lW 


~ 




8.500 


li.^lOII 


2 » 






























lOJI 


Z 2 
1 1 
8 6 


- 1 ' 


4 






40 


1,!00 






SI 


3 

J 


3 

i 


a 


1 ij 


■t^B 


Zi 


alMJo 

M.IOJ 


1,000 
22,700 




1,20( 




600 


i { 




10 
82 1 


5 3.1:1 


:16 
I3i 




2,200 


i,5on 




IS, 900 


i * 


21.760 


!»i 


„w 


»«» 


8 34 



D,„i,z,d, Google 



72 Report of the Chief of Ordnanxe. ■ 

Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 

EXHIBIT "F"-b. 

Showing Ordnance and Ordnance Storaa in Po-i9essioa of the ^ 
Nalional Guard, June 30, 1902. 

Troop "A," 1st Cavalry. W. N. G , Captain R. W. Muellar. 



SUALL ARMS. 
Bl SpclnnQald K. 1,. carblnef. cal Ai. 



OaSE EQUtPMEMTS. 



S Utirraps, wwjd. witb hood. 



CAVALRY EQUIPMENTS. 



S9 Cnrblno allnas. 

ta Carbine ^^llnii swiicls. 

W C«ntn-u». I 

as <;nn(ei>a strnps. mtd \ 

SO Cartriilffc- bflt-^ ivltli hackles. 1 

fli SHWruttaciiiiiVnla'.' " I 



lUMUSlTlON. 



MISCELUVSEOUa. 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXBIBIT "F"— c. 

Showing OrdaiiDceaad Ordaance Stores in Poi^ai^loa ol Wissonjio 
tioual Guard, Juno 30, 1903. 

1st Batt Field Artillery, W. N. G., Captain G. F. LudioKtoa. 



FIELD OVSS. 



CABRIAQES FOR FIELD GUNS. 
1 OarrJBffe and limber, 3 inch rifle. 



ic^L^ra.=diimb;;;:ainchrifl;."""'- 




3 Curriaeea and limbf n, 3 1 inch rifle. 




3 Cai«9oQS auJ limbera, 3-1 Inch rifls. 




ABTILLEBY EQUIPME.'. 


IS AND IMPLEMENTS. 


U Seta Brtillerj- liarneaB, 


i Primini wires. 


4 Fai>l>ii!>, 


* ProloiiBH. 


2QaUii>RKUDeorpra. 




8 IWnCKFors, canvas. 


4 diloaBPCorpri'.cbBmbor. 


IS Whips. 






B8iH.iiimanrtrammBri.. difl. 






3 B^h sf^aps. 




8 Buclifits, wHterine. canvBH. 


3 Sielii-. tmut, 3.2 inch rlHu. 


S CartricliRi poucbea. 
1 F-i-K punclr 


3 Sichtcoiars, front. 


3 Screw rlHvera. 


3 Guonen.' Himlets. 


» S,-rin oilers. 




!Siahl», telBsoopic. 


16 Lpe Euar<l8.' 


2 TBipseiipio liubt pouohet. 


aPoucheBforbreoohsiithts. 


3 Vf-n. punches. 
3i SbiIiII.' clotha. Ualc. 




SMALL 


ARMS. 


1! Colt's revolvers, cal..4S. 




1 Coll'- ivvolvprf, eal. .33. 




n Sabers. 





HORSE EyUIPMENTS. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



74 Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 

Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, 

ARTILLBBT ACCOUTEBUENTS. 

M Canteens. I UBaber belts. 

■8 Canteen etrapn. SS Saber belt platSB. 

S Bavolfer holEtera. . I 

AMMUNITION. 

90 Blank cHrtrldices, ILZ Inch rifle, drill cliarita. ■ 
IB Blank OHriridgea, 9.2 ineli riQe, lervioe charge. 
l.'OU Carbine ballcarlridsee, oal. .ib. 
UO Friction pcimers. 

8PAHB PARTS OF FIELD ODNB. 
i Trunnion Bight bradieta complete. 

SPARE PAKT8 OF CABBIAOES FOB FIELD GTINS. 

10 Pole propa. 
1 Poles, epare. 
S Wheels, spare. ' 

SPABE PABT3 OF HORSE EQUIPMENTS. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

1 Aios. 1 ! Steel punoliea.imall. 

1 M heiioB. I I SliovelB. 

4 Picliaiee. 3 Spades. 

I Pickax hetves. I S Tool boxes. 



Digitized .yCOOgle 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



■EeiBidit«qt1»j.\ 




e s a i 8 s 


a 


-ii1ieq5iIit.Vl 


sag : s i 


§ 


iioq aapiJijoa 


s i ; ; ; ! 


s 




8 : ; ; ; ; 


s 


■«To5%S^?.^llo 


a s 8 1 s S 


e 


■30! J jepHO 
'epjsqqviw )Baoi«a 




S : i i- i ■ 


s 


■BpjsqqBM'ioao^a 




8 : ■ ; : t 


8 


'EpjKgqBWuao^ag | 


S i) a : 8 S 


i 


lepso 'Biano.iBa * 


s i ; ; ; ;|3 


■WtBO'Bloao.(Ba| 


8 i ; ; i Ma 


■Sf ■!"= ■sisoo.tBa 1 




■Bjsaiia QLiv 1 


« - " » " H 


■St- "IBO •4»l)80 1 


s M Mis 


■««BP-'^-rel 


s i i M ;l« 


■«e[|ij-l'a-S 


ass : S S|S 


pi^'^S^s " i ; ; 1 Ml" 


-qoni poB Biios^iBo ■:::■! 1 


^Tpa^-^^u^Bo " M " ; ; ' 1 


■jewi*oq-T n - : : - 


■ootmBS ■1 -w " : , : ; - ; ; | " 




3 
J 


lillH 

liiiil 







D,;n„d, Google 



Report of the Chief of Ordnance. 



Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 



EXHIBIT "H." 





J . 

1} 
F 


1 
i 


s 
1 

S. 




1 

1 

1 


1 

s 


1 
1 


1 

1 
■1 


s 

1 

1 




8 
S 

i 

i 

1 


:::::: 


\ 

12 

1 
i 

» 
8 

e 

21? 


\ 

8 

1 

6 
S 






. 


, 








!> 


i 








8 


8 








8 


8 








i 


1 






18.' NewLoaiJoa'J.!!!" 


















s 


8 


















8 


8 






...... 


8 
..... 






S^-SSa-^Swi..:::.:::: 


8 


8 






101. NpwUiobmood,... 


8 


8 
































a), FoiidduLBE 


■■■*■ 


'"%' 






■■'s 


« 








8 


» 






70. WmI Siipsrior. ... 

77. Riv^r Falls 

81, PiiiJiipa 

INI, Slieboycan.- 

agKlir-".:;;:::- 


S 






' 


8 
8 






J 


■■] 






J 


"S 












T.f 


-sr 










To 




■ST 


sr 


— 1 







,d,Google 



,d,Google 



,d,GoogIe 



D,„.z,d, Google 



,d,GoogIe 



,d,Google 



,d,GoogIe 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



COMMISSIONERS 



PUBLIC LANDS 



STATE OF WISCONSIN, 



For the FIbcbI Years Ending September 30, 1901, and June 30, 1902 



MADISON, WIS. 

Democrat Printing Company, Statb Printer 

1902 



DrrizPd.yCOOgle 



,d,Google 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



Commissioners of tlie Public Lands 

OF THE 

STATE OF WISCONSIN, 

For the BienaUl Ftecal Term Eodioe Tune 30, 1902. 



Office of the Commissioners of the Public Lands, 
Madison, Wisconsin, October 10, 1902. 
To Ills Excellency, Robert M. LaFollette, 

Governor of (he Stale of Wisconsin: 
As required by law we have the lienor to submit the following 
report of the transactions of this office during the biennfal fiscal 
term ending Juno 30, 1902, The Reports of the secretary of 
state and state treasurer exhibit detailed statements of the re- 
ceipts and disbursonionts on account of the several funds affected 
by our action and to them we respectfully' refer. 

All sales reported herein, except in State Park, were made 
either through forfeiture or under law applicable to each case. 
Examples: Sec. 2, cliap. 332, laws of 18S3, and chap. 127, 
laws of 1901. 



^dnyCOOgle 



4 Kepokt of Commissiokebs of tue Public Iands. 



s of Public Lands. 



SALES OF PUBLIC LANDS. 

SClrOOL LANDS. 



The salea of School lands during the fiscal term ending June 
30, 1902, amounted to 1,618.24 aer^ for tho sum of $8,633.64. 
From these sales the state received $8,521.33 as principal, and 
other charges $90.78, and $14.53, surplus on a forfeiture sale. 

Tlie following tables show the sales for the years 1901 and 
1902, viz. : 



It 0/ School Latuiifor the ytar endtng Seplember 30. 1901. 



CoimtlBS. 


AOPBB. 


AmonDt 
fwldfor. 


"sr 


Otlier 

■'.vr 


Deposit 
pSid. 




■!S 


SIKi 


1 
=11 


tuio 














m 




















S.m 


13 S! 


























Total 


1,338. «0 


t5,8t«)01 


(S, TOT 83 


lOTflS 


tuu 





Sole 0/ School Land! for the pear ending June 30. imt. 




CoUDtilH. 


'.^'. 


mTdroc* 


"lar 


Otlier 






■^00 

BMOO 
•1,183 SO 


•«S5 

tzouo 

•1,163 W 
















!i!:S! 






















2H1.U 


K.7S2 60 


«2,723 50 











' for matcriai Kilit..t For lease ot land. 



i.uyn 



itEPOKT OF GOMMISSIONEHS OP THE PL'bLIC LaNDS. 



Sales of Norijud School Lands. 



NORMAL SCHOOL LANDS. 

Hie sales of Normal Scliool laiitls during the fiscal tcnn end- 
ing June 30, 1902, amounted to 541.81 acres, which with sales 
of timber amount to the sum of $2,850.50. From these sales 
the state received $2,800.18 as principal, and other charges 
$50.32. 

The following tables show the sales for tlie years 1901 and 
1902: 



il JmhiU for t/ie i/taT millng September .10, I 



Conotiea. 


AorsL 


AmoDDt 
sold for. 


Paid 
priacipal. 


Olhor 




' « 


llf. 

MOO 


tWDD 

E 

iii: 












iaeis 




40 
« 




17 « 






596 










1SS.A1 


11.317 M 


%i,mn 


nusz 





k of Xormal Scliool Landt /or l?ie i/eamding June 30 



Conn tie*. 


Acres. 


iffs.",' 


PrlDcUul 


Otlier 






11,012 00 

IK 


11,012 00 
195 2» 
























1».23 
IX.W 










11.909 40 









,j,Google 



Refobt of Commissioners of the Public Lasds. 



Sales of Drairutge Lands. 



DRAINAGE LANDS. 

Tlio sales of Drainajife lands during the fiscal term endiug 
June 30, 1902, anioniitod to 40 acres for the sura of $1,179.45. 
From these sales tho state rocoiv«l $1,179.45 as principal. 

Tlie following tables show the sales for tlie years 1901 and 
1902: 



Balet of Drainage Landi for IJit year endliio StpUmberSO, I! 



CoUDtiBI. 


Aerea. 


■ Amftont 
sold tor. 


'■^r 




40* 


1 


KOOO 
























ID 


tmsa 


1103 20 



Salt of Drainage Landt /or the year ending June iO, 190t. 



CouDtiSB. 


^- 


-^?."r 


"Ssr 







'IIS 

28 00 





























,d,Google 



ItEPORT OF OOMMISSIOXEJIS OP THE I*UBLIC IjANDS. 7 



Stdes of Indemnity Swamp Lands. 



INDEMNITY SWAMP LANDS. 

The lands knovvn as Indemnity lands are the lands which the 
state received as indemnity, and selected in lieu of swamp landa 
located !>y Unitwi States land warrants. The sales of sueh 
landa during the fiscal tenn ending Juno 30, 1902, amounted 
to 40 acres for the sum of $120.00 as principal, and $300.00 
received for material sold. 

The following tables show the sales for the fiscal years 1901 
and 1902: 





»p Land, J 


or Iht year <n 


ding SepUiRber so, 1901. 


Ccnmt»«. 


Acree. 


»Tcftoc. 


""sr 




10 


(130 00 























SvUt of ludtmaUv Buyamp Lan 


d. 


»rtt.„«. 


ending. Tunes 


mt. 


ConntiaB. 


Acres. 


t^Z. 


^''^r 




. 


two CO 












(300 00 











•Hat«rU1aold. 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



8 REpoiiT OF CoMMisRio?;KiiS OP THE ^Public Lands. 



Sales of Slate Park Lands. 



STATE PARlf LANDS. 

The sales of "State Park Lands" thiriiig tlic fiscal term end- 
ing Juno 30, 1002, ninonntod to 4,48(j.09 acres for tlie sum of 
SlCjTCS.OO. From these sales the state received $16,765.00. 

The following tahlcs show tlio snles for the years 1901 and 
1002, viz.: " ■ 



Sal 


I 0/ Sfote Park Land»/or Iheittar ending 


Seplfmber «, 


90,. 


Counties. 


Aortjs. 


Amonnt 
HilJ tor. 


"■'^r^- 




1,»36.8T 
-T3D.95 


fi.ieooo 

4,180 00 
111, MOW) 


r 4110 00 












Total,.. 


£,sn.g£ 


tll.SW 00 



I of Slate Park LaniU for llu ytar eiKltng June 30, 1 



ConntiM. 


^"r^."' 


aoTdfor.' 


P;„,„, 




ZM 


1:??SS3 






1, 77a 00 








i.m 17 


ts,izsoo 


5,125 00 







r(Aev«r™d 


ng Septtmber 


JII.A, mi. 


CooDty. 


Mo-ofaores. 


iSSlS. 


Princ^l 




326.03 


euifl 










32S.g3 


•M5W 


t£4Sll 





D,:;,„d, Google 



IIePOHT of CoMMISSlOXETtS OF THE PuBLIC LANDS. 9 



Summary. 



The following shows the aggr^ato sales of laml during tlio 
fiscal tenii ending KSqiteiiilici- M, IStOO, viz, : 



Class of Lands. 



School 

Normal School 

Drainage 

Indemnltr 

Stats Park 

HaratbOD Conntr Land* 

Total 



No. 


acrss BoW, 


^°id? 


1,8IH 21 






7,015,00 


128.837 IS 



,dr,Google 



10 IIepokt of Ci 



OMMISSrONEBS OF 1 



Forfeiture of Slate Lands. 



FORFEITURE OF STATE LANDS. 

Tlio following tables show flic nuinljcr of acres held on certifi- 
cates in tlie several ooiintica and the amounts due that were for- 
feitetl for the lum-payinent of interest during the fiscal years 
ending SeptemlKT 'M), 1901, and Jnne ,10, 1902: 



Forfetlurei /OT the i/ear tTUtlng Sfptemlvr SO,I90I. 





School 


FUMU. 


c'oissr^sik 


NOH 

School 


"^»D. 




Ac™.. 


Vaea. 


AC-.S. 


Duet. 


Asrea. 


DOM. 




80. 

1 


WOO 

mm 
moo 


































































id. ■ 






iJsm 




BO. 


iiw 


















80. 


S7 0O 






40. 






«. 


ST 00 

iSToa 














Total 


i,zao. 


tmoo 


40. 


80, 


sn.oo 



Forffilure$ for the )/ear ending June 30, ignt. 





COtlNTIBS. 


School FdnD. 


COLLBO 


■ FUBD. 




AC,™. 


D.B. 


Ac»s. 


Dues. 




ss.es 


sss 






















141-44 


eooo 













Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Repoet of Commissioners of the Public Iands, 11 



TOTAL DUES. 

The following tables show flie amounts due the several funds 
upon lands held on eertifieatea in the different counties out- 
standing for the fiscfll term ending June .30, 1902, on which the 
state receives annually sevem per centum interest 

This stateiment, compared with same in former reports, shows 
a large and continuous decrease of principal and income from 
this sourc^ which is accounted for by the increase of full pay- 
ments on outstanding certificates. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



12 Report op Commissionehs op the Pdbi-ic Iasds. 



Dues on Certificates. 



September so, 1301. 



CoQDties, 


S' 


Fuod. 


Agricul- 


s 


Dr»in.ge 
Fnod, 


Assregate 
state. 




"•S!!8 

toico 

|i 
Is 

E 

296 

•vMl 

M 

is 

atoo 

as a 

366 01 
I.»tr7« 

1 

i.sn CO 
losa 

Is 

6»oa 

Si 






tsuoo 




|2,OI|00 






















g^r--;-: 






























»9«l 




















130 09 








193 00 




















8100 




75 00 




















TJOO 


2SS0O 




























91 00 


lUOO 








i.moo 






















































41 DO 


















































































2^100 












































SSSSer. :::::.:: 






ssaoo 


l»0O 








































i.»iou 




















u.saw 










MOQ 
















1(6 00 








































































laeoo 


«9 00 






^HjK'rT:::;;::-: 










































































































287 00 


!90 00 




a'"*^"::::::: 




























Total 


t3i,«I 01 


tl.D05W 


|B,si6ao 


|2,B«I00 


Km 00 


t».m(a 



Kepobt of CoMMISSlo^■ERB 01' THE Prblic Lasi 



■ Dues on Certificates. 



TOTAL DDES ON CERTIFICATES. 
t of total duti on cerfiffcalet /or (Ae fiteal i/mf eniUao 



CouDttog. 


S. 


UniTer. 


Food. 


IS" 


«- 


Awne- 
■ "■" t 


A<l>m« 


n.nssoo 

IK 00 
IIZOO 

218 04 

SffiflO 

|i 

4n4e 

2SI0O 
179 Off 
148 00 
89 CO 






(314 
























































49 


















20 








IS3 




















85 




76 




















77 


265 
















m 


m 








1,159 


































































11100 
i:24S 00 

777 00 

is 
ii 

27 00 

40 00 
146 M 

't02D0 
637 00 

314 00 
3, 03)) 38 
32190 
S3 00 
6&Z30 
















S3 






















































7* 
























113 






















115 
820 


136 
















35 




















16 








1,365 




















23,478 












86 










































































348 


...^.... 








37 






I.SS 

laoo 
saooo 

26 DO 
90 00 
S3R00 
'^29 00 
42 00 

moo 


















































































45 


































Total 


123.852 97 


(3,273 


J23,691 


12.611 


«7S 


(54.002 97 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



14 EepOHT of CoMMISSIONERti OF THE PuBLIO LaNDB. 



LOAN'S. 

Tho following tablo shows tlie amount due flie Trust Funds 
for the fiscal term cmdiiig June 30, 1002, on account of 
loans to individuala. No loans to individuals have been made 
since 18fi5, and tlio amoiint is j^radually diminishing by pay- 
ments and forfeitures as shown by the following table for the 
years 1901 and 1902: 



INDIVIDUAL LOANS. 



■it the Trutt Fane 



coun>i»J^ne^,190t. 


»™.p«r«(.. 


ill, the amo 


^nua.es 


plemberSO 


itgo. 


CooDtioa. 


OotsUnd- 


Paid in 
leoi. 


Outstsud- 


'\}L"' 


30, IMS. 




Is 

MOJO 
300 00 

nam 

4DO0O 




S8! 


1336 00 


•tOOOD 




"iijo'ai " 








l.llil u 


















I.14BS4 






















Marquette 


sxiio 












100 00 




400 00 
1?5C0 

isuoo 








Uio 














100 00 










ti.m HI 


tl,7S3 ZO 


tS.KUU 


(1,118 10 


H.78SM 





,d,Google 



Rbpobt of Commirsicnecs of the Public Laxds. 15 



Loans to School Disiricls. 



NanHOlDlatriet. 


County. 


Fund, 


Amo'nt 

BW^d- 


Amo'Dt 
1901, 


loana 


imo'nt 

ont- 

Jnn,'* 
1902. 


Amo'nt 


i^ilcS. 


J^':lo'J^llUiNei, 


Adams.. 

;:dD::;: 

..do.... 
-.do.... 

-do.... 


School 

.,do,. 

.,dn,. 
"do!! 
.. do .. 


taoo 
"tin 

120 00 

is 

Moa 


fUOO 

fiOOO 
IfOOO 

2<80 






lax 
















13 75 

coon 

40 CO 

MOO 
100 OV 

ss 

80 00 
400 00 




Jt 1 Rkhfleidi'cil. 
bam 

Chester 

4 Deil Prairie." !! 

"•"'K.'S'""" 




80« 

"iwioo 

I00 0» 
ISM 
MO 01 

e.ooi)oo 

2.400 00 






BarroD.. 

::do:::: 
::S;:::: 

..do,,.. 

::3;;::: 

" do '.'.'.'. 
,.do ... 

-.do ... 

Bajfleld. 
'.dl'.'.'.'. 

^X°;:, 
:.iV:.:. 

Boffalo,. 
,, do ,,,. 

., do .--. 




Jt. 3 AdamBftLlDColn 


., 


•■ 




eoooo 




Moraa Board of School 




£.800 00 

"aom 

8.^100 
100 00 

ss 

120 U> 
1W« 

120 01 


JOOOI 

no 01 

30 00 

'is 

70 00 

li 








'.'. do V. 










iMaprij^va:::: 

J[. I Stanfold. Stan- 






30 00 

100 a 
































Jl. • Barron A 8Mn. 

.siJta::::::.: 

I^S^rLake-- 




'.'. 


:::: 


scoa 

'11 








18 Cnmbflrlaud . 

^SSr^:-:::: 


2000o| MOC 
1(0 00 80 W 




ISO CO 
IWOI 

120 0( 
180 00 


KOOC 

so 00 

60 00 
40 00 

soot 

TOO 00 
28 0( 
100 OO 




Jt. 1 Town A City of 

I ChBlak. .!!','.;!'.! 
8Cg.berla.d„.. 


,,dt.,. 

'.'. do :: 

School. 
,, do.. 

::S:: 

..do,, 
Norm-i 

^£:': 
::do:: 

,. do -. 


T.OLOCO 

Ml II 

'300 a 
mvt 

'200 00 
6<10 0( 

1,500 ot 
iwu 

800 00 


32 aj 
"moo 

2,500 00 
100 « 


o^. 


ai «o 

>3s 




Jt.lBi^*'Lafceacd 


250 001 22S 00 


25 oo 




B Maple Orora ... 


'aoooi 


'ma 
2.S0O oo 

2,000 M 

'is 

1,000 « 


IBT BO 




2,500 00 
1,000 0( 

'Is 

lOUOO 
500 00 

»00 

woo 

SMOO 




DireotoM 

Barfield High School 
Citrof OreeBflaj.-,. 

Pl8S 




10 01 
200 00 








100 00 
400 00 





-togle 



10 HePOHT of COMMISSIOKEHS OP THE PuBLIC LaNDS, 



Loans fo School Districls, 



Name or DiBtrict. 


County. 


Fb 


Dd. 


A RIO' at 
stand- 

S8S? 


■S 


mSdfi 




Aroo-nt 
of prin 


Atut-of 


Jt. 1 UoDdoTi, City 

towns of' N«- 
plBs aud A]. 


BuITbIo 










*'sooo( 
100 o< 


S33S3S 

■'m'oo 

so DO 




















Bamett . 
..do .... 

....... 




•!S!8 


18 88 

IS 00 






e WoodLalre 







:■■ 


|E 


*m6o6 


30 01 

ZOQOt 
KOI 

350 01 


!0 01 

21 




10 OrantBburR. 

J£reSE£-:::: 


■:tE 






aSKf:: 






ISSSS 

'si 

ma 

6b0( 

no 01 

300 00 
50 00 
70 00 

100 00 

il 








a'.. 


2.000 11 
360 DO 














2»%0( 
300 00 


ioooa 

40)00 

Bono 
sow 








■■ 
























o . 


















880 DO 

550 00 
400 00 
172 DO 
180 00 




650 01 
1. SCO 00- 

is 


iiom 

300 00 
50 01 

,!88S 












Jt 3 Edson Bod vll- 


„do.... 




I'.: 












ChipVa. 










,. do .... 






■f- 


2:; 


iiooo 


■79606 

800 00 


i8SS 

ii 

I5U0< 

zl 

JOOOO 

7S0 0( 

is 

300 00 


50 00 








<oo 00 ioG 66 




Jt. S Bloomer A 

.eI™";:;;:: 


..do ... 


.-do.. 


I! a 

60 01 








ii 

ICO CO 


^l 
'.'.'... 




















B7 7S 














100 00 


















'ii)'« 






0-, 


K 


""■jow 

's7 1^ 
180 « 

lis 

100 oi 

300 00 






Z Pine Valley 


Cl,,.... 


















100 00 
180 00 

100 01 
GOO 00 




100 00 
160 00 

lOUOl 
30000 




Jt. » Yorkiemnt... 








aw 00 








.. do .. 
.. do 

::3o:: 

.. do .- 








Jt. 1 c^^j^';^' *,^ 






200 00 














11B7I 




ofWithM do.... 




aooDo 





Di:;-iz?.)ry*^.uO' 



.gle 



Repobt of Commissioners of the Public Lands. IT 



Loans to School Districts. 



HanM of District. 


CoDDt;. 


Fund. 


Amo-nt 


4E 


Am-tot 


Amo'Dt 

'Mi 


¥ 


Am'tot 




Clark... 


ScbooL 
.do.. 

™: 

. da.. 


tSOOD 
TOOC 

40a 00 

ii 

300 0( 

is 


EOOOO 

110 00 
50 00 

Ii 






tuoo 




















200 00 

ii 




Conntj 

•"■iSJX."'"*."!. 




Is 

sooo 

51 


WlOO 

SJSS 

E 

soooo 

BOO 00 

E 
















!eS"«;-- 






1 W«hbiira 

SSS."';-.;:;; 


:k:::: 










SiSii.:, :.■.■.■: 


:l3 
















woo 


































..do.... 
.. do,— 






iwoo 
iwoo 






Jt ! Villasaof Rio<k 
Jt. 2 Band'lpb.Court- 


..do,. 
..do.. 


i.oeooo 

'«!8 




a.ooooo 

..as 


160 00 

'«S 






Crawto-d 
do 










ISSS 

so 00 

'11 






Jt. 8 FrauDSD ± Sen- 


.. do .. 
.. do .. 

::3;:: 
::'£:. 

..do.. 
„do. 

:.t: 

..do. 

..do. 
..do. 


ZOO 00 

eoooa 

100 00 

'«S 

7HO0. 
100 00 




10000 

•80 00 

90 DO 

'•1!!8 

220 00 

100 00 

s,sDoa 

il 


100 on 

MOO 




Jtll ntieaAClHtoD 
2 TlllBfcn of Stou- 


..do.... 




^!r™G^™«^: 


s:-- 




>PraiiadnCh^iD 
Jt. 3 Wauieka A VU- 

. w'a^^S'a.'*" 


..ao.... 




Jt 2 MarletW Ea«- 


..do.... 




Jt.ll WaniekaAHori 






il 

M 






4.,.. 


'■ass ffiss 








Jt. 1 ChiisLianB end 
S Blue HouDda.. 

JUS'S" as 

u.SiiS'-!-:::. 


:: dS;:: 

!! do :;; 


anou 
8C000 

120 00 
1,500 011 


300 01 
200 01 
80 00 





,d,Google 



18 liEPORT OF P03I MISSION EK8 OF THE PCBHC LaNDS, 



Loans to School Districts. 



Name of District, 


County, 


Fund. 


M 


AiDO'at 
"iMl'" 


in 1901. 


•IP 

30. rare. 


in 1902 




Jt. n VilUice A Town 


Dane.... 


BchooL 

..do.. 

::£:: 

..do 

..do. 

;: do :: 

'■''£'■ 

..do. 
.. do ,. 

., do ,. 

:: do :: 

do.. 

■I:-- 

..do.. 

::dS" 

.. do .. 
..do.. 

. do .. 
.do.. 


tZMMOO 
S.000O0 

i.-iooai 
«noa 

2.000 00 






tzzsooo 

s.ooooo 

350 on 

8,000 00 
1,208 00 

2.000 00 
2,000 00 


tssooo 




""WKi-ffi 








Jt. 4. Christians and 






i.a»x 

400 00 
a, 000 00 


BOO 00 
' KOO 




Dano and 

.DE".r:::, 


■3r- 




"■ ' "SIS.,:."'.. 


..do.... 

^^■■} 

..do... 

.. do ... 
.. 'lo,.. 
.. do... 

Donglaa 


,!„ 




Jt. FreoHlBh Schoo 


is 
E 


1,000 00 








100 a 

'M 

100 a 




5661 

as 

il 

10000 




2 E>,a Harbor 
Jt. S NasowaupoeA 
SturttCHiD Buy 




£8330 




Clay Banks.... 

NaBowaupee... 
Liberty Qrove. 




as 

300 01 




Board tt School Dl- 
rector., anpcr 


1,000 00 
1,000 00 

80 ri 
2E0I 

aoou 

lOiOO 

no 00 

210 01 

mso 

ZSUOO 
IZGOO 

400 00 

wo 00 

500 no 
i.aoooo 

500 00 


(00 00 

wo 00 

17 61 

M 

15 UO 

uoo 




GOOOO UDOO 




Town Bond of Scboo 
Tu!^of NebR 




Jt. 4 Ouir Creek, 

Col rax. Grant 


Dnna... 
..do.... 




37SI 
30 00 




E HayRlrer 

Jt. i Slaatoa and Tir 




30 00 










4 WB«too 

OttorCreelt... 
JC. a Shnridan and 


.. do . . 

..do:... 




S88 

si 

aaooo 
400 00 

250 00 


100 01 


...... 












60 00 










Jt. 7 Cclfnx aD<i 


.. do .... 






40 00 

100 a 




S Grant and Coi- 










.. do.... 

::t:::. 

E. Clarrp 
.do.... 








Jt. 4 Grant nn<i Otter 










600 00 4M) OOl ISO 0(1 

i.soo 001.170 001 isua 
















CllxirEnuClnirs.,.. 
SlIfnnBwick 


School, 
.do.. 


22,00000 


^000 00 
100 00 


'.'..'. ..'.'. 


20.00000 


.!,000 00 





,Coo<^le 



RePOHT of CoilMISSIOXKRS OF TUB PL'BLIC LaSDS. 19 



Loans to School Districts. 



yameofDi«trlot. 


County. 


Fond. 


atand- 


St" 


Im't of 


Amu'nt 

■£■ 

so. 1902 


Amo'nt 

inim. 


in 1»W. 


Jffi-fM.":::;: 


I Cl..„ 


School 
.. do.. 
..do.. 

,.do.. 
.-do . 

..do.. 

■IS- 


two 00 

110 S 

SCO 00 

s.wooo 

GOO 00 

s.ooooo 


(loooi 


IMOOO 
i. 000 00 

BOO 00 

s.ocooo 


«300 00 

-mm 

309 00 
1.000 00 

soooo 

l.DOOOO 

TPPOO 


300 00 
1,000 00 




eClearCraek 

Otter Creek* 

Jt. 3 Town™ "village 
of F«irchild.. 

Jt. 1 BridKB Creole, 

Otter Creek! 


..do.... 

..do.... 
..do.... 




ftTillaue 


.. do.,.. 


1,000 00 


»To6oo 




Florence 

F.li;c 
..do .... 
..do.... 


"1:. 

-. do .. 


(.000 00 


I.OOOOI 




I Humeatead 

Jt U Fond du Lae'i 
FrwDdship ... 


8.003 00 


S. 400 00 

:::: 

I.IUOt 


100 0( 

1.000 & 
400 00 

I.OOOOO 
7J1S0 


1,(00 00 


..do.. 
..do, 

.. do .. 
.. do ., 

.. do .. 
-do. 

.. do .. 
..do.. 


^D00 0O 
B,UB5U 

130 00 
t, 000 00 
390 00 

l,W)0O 

8.000 00 

1.000 00 

2.100 Ol 
2.U0 00 






SpLm"!!!::::::: 


in id 

WOOD 
100 00 

aooo 

1.000 00 
44 Z3 

laooo 

wo GO 
300 00 






'""^SSTJS. 










Jt.ll CasUB Rook ft 

Jt. 1 B^g^if Sia-,:- 

ion ^ iVaUrf 
Jt.lO Li^"! EUona 


..do.,.. 
..do.... 


430 00 

l»uo 
z,oorau 


100 00 

5.000 00 

%% 

i.o:ooo 

'■ffiS! 

3U0 00 
MO (JO 

lis 

100 00 


20 00 
1.000 00 




Jt 1 BoKjobel. War- 
Ion ft Watera 


„do.... 




Jt 1 Town ft Village 


..do,... 


»0 0( 










1tS;::Eii 


■S- 




"■""p\5.Sr:., 


.. do-... 






JUa Brooklyn. But- 
land, Oregon 
ft Onion 


1,000 00 

aoooi 

300 00 
300 00 












1.Z00 0O 


Jt.ll Moacow, Perry 


Iowa.... 


::t:: 

ir' 

..do. 

;; do :: 


lEOOC 

1.200 W 

S,Oi«00 

soooo 
t.rnm 


iii 










7SOU0 

no 00 

as 

a. 000 00 










"■'"iSirJTS 


Iowa. .. 










300 00 

too 00 
so 00 

mtsu 


siooo'oii 










Baroo Board ofScho'l 




300 00 

so 01 








«.ma 




I VaoBhn 


..do.... 





) :,-^iOO<^le 



20 Eepokt of Commissiokeks of the Public Lands. 



Loans to School Districts. 



Name of District. 


— 


Fond. 


stand- 


AlDD'Dt 

paid in 


Am'tot 

lOBDS 


A»o-ut 
Bt'ding 
30,1902. 


Amo'nt 

l: 






JacbaoD. 


School. 




(MOO 

200 00 
130 OO 




















JlSSSf^fc:: 


;l;;;; 














;:S:: 

..do.. 
..do.. 

.. do .. 
..do.. 


em 00 

210 00 
8,000 00 
1,400 00 

S!8 

ii 

2.S80Oi) 
380 00 






130 00 




M Black River 




130 00 
8,'XIOOO 




Jt. I Albion and City 
of Black Hirer 




200 00 
100 00 

50 00 
100 00 




lOOOO 

11 




Jt. 6 NorlbflBld aiid 


::|:::: 




Jt.lO Hilton & llbioD 
Jt. a AlbionAlving.. 




ffiS 

i. 580 00 

200 00 
4,400 00 

l,7»00 
5,000 00 




4CitT Poiot 

Jt, 1 Mefroee and Irv 


..do.... 




^•-^^fe/aie^^' 




40 00 




40 00 

3.->aaa 






..do.... 




i Palmjra 

Jt. S Altaian £ Farm 

inKton 

1 Waterloo TillBKe 




6,So0 0O 

2.109 00 
1.000 OU 


1. IOC 00 

swoo 

'■"S8S8 

, ssoo 
eon 

mar 

2S00 






















sisi 


is 

2S00 








..do . 

:;£:: 

;; do :; 

'.'. do '.'. 

:.S:: 


lis 

06 se 

225 00 

»,000 00 
700 00 

lOOOOOl 

1,000 01 




























»» 




Jt. ITown ft Viilnee 












800 ooj 'ioioo 

"ss'sSE 




and Clearfield 


..do.... 




'si 

4M«0 
1.000 00 










'^giSf---'- 




300 01 

i.ioaoo 

i, 800 00 


113 50' 

200 00 
200 00 


iooii) 














Jl. 1. Ahnapee.Cit> 

ftTown 

Jt. 3. Casco ft Luxan- 


Kflw'aee. 


..do.. 

::t:: 


1,400 OO 
2.800 00 


200 00 
350 00 

100 00 
100 00 


2. too 00 




l^- 


., do.... 












:.&■: 


i.omoo 






ioo'oo 




i IK; 




1,^S 


200 00 
900 00 




ViUaire * 

,. wife* 


"^srT 




..do.. 


1(0 a 





Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



IIepoet of Commission EPS of the Public Lahds. 21 



Loans to School Districts. 



»...., D,.„l... 


County. 


Food. 


Amo'ut 


Amo'Dt 

¥ 


l^e 


», HOI 


Amo'nt 
ia 1S02. 




!:&Wr.. 

S. Shullsbunt 


Lary'tte 
.do.... 

..do.... 

::3;:::: 


.SoLool. 

:!do " 

.. do.. 


9,000 01 


(100 00 




taw 00 

218 DU 
S.000 00 


UODOU 




1,01X100 


|sao66 


'■SnS 






:.t.:. 


sis 

ITSOO 
IBSOU 
«S0O 


121 0( 

Ma 

82 00 






SSB:;::..::: 




«oo 

is 
si 

too 00 


won 

MCO 

82 01 
47 50 




S:KS^:::::: 
J:S!te;::::: 


"rii'm 
















School Directon, 


..do.. 




!!S88 

■E 












(0 00 






':.'.'."::,'. 


as 




*. Rns»U 


MaAii'D 
..do.... 

:;f.::;: 






;.|:: 
:; do ;: 

„do„ 

■I" 

:|: 

.. do .. 
..do .. 

ii:: 

..do.. 
., do . 
.. do .. 
..do.. 

lii: 

.. do ., 


3,500 00 

""m'a 
»oo 

si 
Ii 

200 00 

II 

300U 

MO 00 

240 o; 
tiaa 

IE 


2,666 66 

•S888 

50 01 
M0( 

90 00 
WM 

£7W 
«I0( 

BOM 
30 00 

eooo 
10 oa 

liOO 
lOGOO 

Is 

MOO 






Jt. 4. Uanitowoo 




a,ooooa 


500 00 




"■"sff-*.... 




















Z Easton 




30 00 


JSOI 

Boa 

ii 




ii^S"^ 




ice 00 




!&!??'' ::;:;; 










lAOOO 

f2r< 






















E 




i liiss ■■■■■■ 


.. do.... 
■do.... 

..do... 

;li 

..do .... 




120 0( 
190 0( 




.hSE:.-.:;;::: 
!!ffi?ei:::-::; 




II 
si 

500 00 

iSOOO 

laooi 


"ijs 

so 00 


;::«::: 


sss 


., do..,. 

::S;::: 






s 

HO 01 

SSS8 






'•■'^S^^lr 








..do.... 

::do;::: 




!fSL«;:::::::" 
ipKZ/.;-.::::: 




21 


uooo 

100 ooj :::::::: 









Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



22 Report of CojiMii-siosEBs of the PcbLic LaSds. 



Loniis to School Diafricis. 



it. 4 Plorer & Nurri 
14 Uo-iDM 

Jt. 2 Halsey. Beit- 
son &' VUlatie 
i>r litliPiu 



B Franisp... 
II ColemaD .. 

I PeBhtlin>.. 



• >. Pajlitiftt... 
B. Peshtigo... 

10. Peebtlffo... 

11. PeBbtifCD.. 

li! PuebtwO-. 



lartSeii\t»id in i™j\Sf , Joiw p 
.fi. loii.l iiiii. i"" ""' au. laiK. in 



HIIJO. 

■""i9'6u'"tsiru6»i 4Ji( 



tOUMJI 1 

XA UUJ 1 

aonoui BoocK 

7I« ou! MO « 

eni w sou u 

u»ou UOIK 






lUI l» . . 
TO IX),.. 
»00.. 

sooul.. 



4lgM| 8.131 .. 



noi.. 

w oo 

naf sou 

100.03 .. 



H. Pe-htim 



e. WsnwMuw.. 



3, Oiw 



Seld... 



17. UreruOeld... 

8. Idke 

Jt. 2. LaUranBB, L._ 
ctin, Byron A 
Soott .... 

8. Iiincoln ... 

S. Birou 

a Wilton..., 

4. Bynn.... 

B, Btron 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



feEFOftt OF CoMMlSSlONEiiS OP TUE PuBLIC LaNDS. 23 



Loans lo School Dislricls. 











Amo'nt 


Amo'B 




Amo't 


Amo'n 




Name ol District. 










loa.. 






msda 




























30.190Z. 






































































Kteoooi 














































































































































■otShBldOO.... 


..do,.,. 


..do.. 


5,200 a 




5,100 01 


1.200 a 








:t:::: 

Ocoutc.. 

..do.... 












"SS! 




































(ssao 




















Jt. S Oconto Falls & 














::r^ 
























































































































































































































































































































..do.... 




o.. 
















WO 00 5M«] 
















































































































































































































3l Town, ana 










































































































































s- ■ 












!S^ 




















































































Town Ozaakea 
















«1S5 





y^^-ooi^Ie 



24- Heport of CommissionEbs op the I*dblic Lands. 



i io School Districts. 





CooDtT. 


Fund. 


■ Utnd^ 
InsBcp. 

aofiwii 


Amo'nt 
1901. 


Am'tof 

loADS 


Amo'nt 

ao.i«iB. 


Amo'Dt 


Am'tof 
loans 




'*;: 




tioo'oo 


(10 00 




















iS"°"--" 


■(ioo'oo 


490 
«0 00 


100 01 

(000 

■ijooo 
130 00 
















IVk^I: 




;: do ;■ 
■■'£': 

.. do .. 

::do' 

!! do . 
..do. 

'.'. do '.'. 

;;s:; 

..do 

::|o:: 


■aw' 66 

•Is 
ii 

■■■96' 66 

7CS0O 
MOW 

is 

ii 

aoooo 


'is 












sAS*S-F 


..do... 
.. do .. 

;:s::; 

..do... 

Polk .... 
..do... 




BOO 00 


190 00 

■ss 














_gS: 


awoi 
inioo 

MOO 

Is 

11 
•B 

11 


;:::.;:. 


BOK 
48160 










"• ^fi5~f.. 


■■■•o'a 




"• ^Ig^A*™',?. 




4nioo 
us 00 






::3S::; 










.««. 














;:|.::- 


S 


mix 
zooa 

200a 

IDOM 

w« 

200 01 


!ss 

100 « 

"ii 




ImSH!"-- 


■s- 




.^^r^^^ 












!S!if,l';£*"-- 


::S:::- 




SS.'S,-'"'-" 












.£;:■ 




















..do .. 

::£:: 

..do .. 

::|::: 

.. do .. 

■■ff 

'.: do :: 


Is 

IS8S 
II 

|i 

ViOH 


■S3 

2CO0I 

'si 

10 «] 

lain 

is 










NO 06 


200 01 

■si 

100 00 

'is 

J0« 














■ joo 06 


ssss 

■if 

II 










J'. B Belmont and 41- 


::dS:::: 

..do .... 

::3;:::; 

, do.... 

.do.,.. 




iS'"-- 




aw 00 




1 &;:;;;;;;;; 

'ifrJS ■.:::::: 
ifSS:^:::::::: 

IKnoi 












ii 




,s;s 

34 to 


:::::■::: 


at so 







Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



Report op Commission erp of the tnnLic Lands. 25 



Loans to School Districls. 



Stmt of DUtriot. 


Coan». 


Fond. 


Amo'Dt 


pafi'in 


iu ISOl, 


Amo'nt 

June 
»,18(S 


Amo'nt 

paid 
InlWtt. 


inieoz. 


Jt. t KeoDBD and Ca- 


p,i„.... 


1? 

..do.. 


nnoo 

leoo 


i'mixi 

IIBW 


taooooo 
1(0 oo 


80a 


tioon 

SOW 
















Rlohlend 


















571 SO 
400 00 

SWOO 

t,4M00 
8,000 00 
2, WO 01 


raw 










400 00 




-'■tew.-;2 




300 00 


MWOO 


Jt. 8 Spring Oreso. 












Jt. ! Richland jk Til- 


.. do .... 
Bocb.... 










ormm 




::S^: 

..do.. 
..do.. 

.. do .- 

:: do :: 

..do.. 
.. do.. 

::S:: 

.. do .. 
.. do.. 

'.'.^'.: 

..do., 

.. do.. 
.. do .. 

:!■: 

.. do .. 
.. do ,. 

- do ,. 


woo 

«»0D 

as 

Tzoa 

loOO 
J50 00 

■,!!S!S 

aoooo 

100 00 
150 00 

si 

KM 00 
37S00 
800 00 


i;so6'66 

90 00 


Siaooo 










St. Croli 






J*- » C^* Spring 






WOO 




'^'^'??a*a*..'^' 






aoooo 

sss 

SOODI 




Jl. 1 Hammond. VU- 


...o,... 


as8 
lis 

100 00 
90 01 




too 01 

40 00 
120 00 




"■"?S£U*'..'"" 


















Jt 8 Glenwood, Em- 
_ „*Bpriagfle7d° 






ISO 01 

is 

en 00 

■■is 


30 00 

■li 

75 00 










jiSi^sSi" 






Jt. I at» New Blih- 


■S:- 






















"ti'ib 

400 00 
100 00 

sooo 

80 0( 
S5H 

(88 S 

41ft 










Shawano 

:t:.:: 

..do.... 

..do.... 
..do.,.. 

iid':::: 




Jt a Fairbanks * 




400 09 


400 00 
100 « 

WOO 

SOM 

18888 

7S0O 
60 00 




11^ 

JL S Mapl""Q?oTe A 




100 00 

loo a 

IIM 40 
300 00 

2W00 





"•1S.-1 


..do.... 


WOO 







i=:,Coo<^le 



2(J EePOET op ColiMISSIONEKS OF THE Vvi 



: L\NM. 



Loans io Sckogl Districls. 









Fund. 


Amo'nt 


^- 


im'tof 


afding 


Amo'nt 


Am'tof 
















































































































































































ameoa*i'eUa 


■S;- 




'■ws 


100 oa 






""• 
















































































as 


















































































































































































« X^jr 
































































I.JW.. 




ajw 








20 UO 






































































































































































































































1,80011 


























































































'V 


..do.. 




ss 






















































































600« 






























































..do .... 














































































































































Jt. 1. Haie.ChimiiBr 




































Bide. 


.. 


o... 




UDOO 













i=:,Coo<^le 



Report op CojtMissroxERS oi- the rciiLic Lands, 27 



Loans to School Districts. 



Nama of Dutrict. 


Connty. 


Fund. 


imo'nt 

au'nd- 
insSep 


Amo'nt 

-.a 


sr 


30,lt02 


Amo'Dt 


Am'tof 

mSdl 

inlWU. 




Tt'mpl'D 

.'.dl'.'.V. 
Vornon.. 
..do.... 


Sohool. 


(TOO 00 




(700 00 


1700 OO 

a; 000 00 

IDOOD 
80 00 

(TO 00 

siooo 

300 00 






"■'■"£3&"' 


100 00 
(0 00 

IKOOO 
KOOO 
















Jt. 1 Jeffsrson A Vi- 


,.do„ 
,.do., 

,.do„ 

.. do., 
,,d»., 

,. do .. 

„ do .. 

,.do., 
.- do ., 
..do , 


SOD 00 

120 01) 

«I0«) 

"'mom 


toot 

gss 

100 00 






Jt.»Li£'r"."Po™i 
and . illatie o( 





j..JSKir^r, 


..do.... 




Jt. S Viroqua & Jof- 








louou 




«»(« 


100 00 






;:S:::: 












12.>0( 
110 00 

300 00 
100 00 








BQilfl 

110 00 
MOO 

263 87 

aoooo 

100 00 




220 OU 
6W00 

■i.tat6 
3.900 00 
«0 00 




Jt. a Whoallaod and 

.j£=°:;::;: 

Jt. 3 VUlaee & Town 


..do.. . 
.. do.... 


330 01 
72UUI 

J, 733 XI 
^,200 01 


:::::": 


Jt» stark* Villajw 
Jt.,Cir„^nr«'eb: 


..do,... 
. do,... 

., do ,.. 




"■•"is^TB^J;]; 








80 00 

*200'6o 
300 00 










200 OU 
2.400 00 














soooo 


Jt. 'i ^i'lZiiZDiik- 


Walw-tli 

..dc... 
..do,... 


,,do„ 
.. do .. 

.. do „ 

„do,. 

::S::; 


WOO 
2,200 00 

il 


300 00 

(ujoi 

3XU0 
lOUOO 










Spoons r School Dl- 








Mmotw School i>i 
Teuie Sthoii'.'Di- 




110 00 

flOOOO 
MUU 

is 


110 00 

IK 

100 0< 














H7 W 


800 11 
















s°mS4.------ 


W^k88l.a^ 

do ,.,, 

..do,.., 


'.'.dt'.'. 
..do,. 


700 OU 

s, 400 00 

2, oaf 00 
I, MS Mi 
IMOI 
000 00 


IIUDI 
WOU 

awoc 






















900 00 
41SBD 

100 00 




1 Cit^ ot CllntoD- 




4,S00 0( 

''is 




IfeS-K!---" 


::do:::: 

..do,... 




!■. «,■,=.:::;:: 


BO 00 







_iOO<^le 



Report of Commissioners of toe Pdblic Lands. 



: to School Districts, 



Hmne of Diatrict, 


CounMr, 


Fa>id. 


Amolit 


'■a- 

paidlti 

"doi. 


to'Vi 


Amo'nt 

ont- 
Bt'diDB 


paid 

La IMS 


Is 


Jt. 1. tola, Village i 


Wa'sb'ra 


'V- 


moo 00 




HOW 00 


"ffi!8 








1100 00 






..do.. 

.. do .. 
..do.. 


"tmi'oo 


GSOOC 
1TB CO 






Jt-E. Ron A Spring 










'-^f^fe- 


.. do..,. 




ioo'oo 

S, 000 00 

2,800 00 

^000 00 


■'aoM 
iiooo'oo 


8,000 00 


'"rsKT 












Jt. J. Village 4 Town 
















"'?:'■" 


::t: 

.. do .. 


!S8! 

(.000 00 












2,000 00 

a. 000 CO 






..do.... 
,. do .... 




8.000 00 






'-Jlpc: 






::S;:: 

::3::: 

:; dS :: 

::S;:: 
::S:: 

.. do .. 

::3::: 

;;£;; 
;;l;: 


"■■«■« 

3(fflD0 
100 00 

"iOD'OO 

ii 
ii 

is 


JOOOO 

KOD 

100 00 

100 00 

ma 

M 

100 00 












100 01 










uooo 






..do.... 

;:do::;; 




^'■""^rP^ina* 














100 00 




'-'■itr:^" 








K. RemmiiiBton... 


., da .... 




siooo 


ma 

9C 00 

147 a 

Is 

aoa 

100 01 




L araDd Rapid 8 . 
J.5.A.b.™dai;.* 


::£;::; 












..do.... 


as 


200 0( 

is 

..N»UO 




IS::;;;;;;;;; 

B. Aprin 

JK.!"'.-:;:- 


;;|;;;; 










"■'■"'is".'""' 


100 00 



























,d,Google 



Eepoht of Coumissiobebs of the Public Lasds. 29 



The Productive Trust Funds. 



THE PRODUCTIVE TRUST PUNDS. 



The following statement ahowa the amount of Productive 
Trust Funds outstanding on the 30th day of June, 1902 : 



FOND. 



ertlflca 



or IIBle» 



a BCtiool dli 

A^land city boaAn, 

ArnhnmC vtllase linucla 

BayflelJ conaly bonda 

Boscobcl city 

Chlppeiva FullH city bonds 

Columban city honds 

Chilton Town lionda 

CblltOD city bondu 

Dunind pity bonda 

Elroy elly bonds 

Kan CInlrc city bonds ...*. 

(irand Rapids city iKinds 

Illehland vUlasE bonds 

Milwaukee clly honda 

Mllwanhre Brbnol bonds 

Mondovia city bondx 

Oconomowiw elly honds 

StoDKhtaa city bonds 

Kupprlor city bonds 

Tnmahnwit clly bondn 

WauwnCoHn clly bonds 

Wnusau clly bonds 

W,«ihy vlllaBP bonds 

West Bend city bonds 

Loan to Ashland cr.OQiy 

Loan to Brown ponnty 

Loan to Chippewa county 

lioan to Oneklfl coiinty 

I.oaD to PorlBKe coonty 

Ixinn (0 Tretopcalcnu county 

I^an to Wniipncn county 

Ia»n to citv of Chippewa Falls 

T*Bn to oily of fircen Bay 

Loan to city of JefTerson 

Uan to city of MenashM 

IjOsn to city of New Loudon 

Loan to eliy of oponto 

I^an to city of Pbllllps 

Loan to city of Rice I^ke 

Loan to city of Wnnparn ..-. 

Loan to town of Knlcht 

I^an tn town of Walrtwlck 

I*an to Board, of eiliicntlon, Wnshburn . 
Loan to itnatA at education, Florence .... 

Iioan to hoard of olncallon, MnillKon 

I»onn to bnnnl of crliicatlon, Superior — 
I*on to biiard of educiiflon, Knicar Camp 
Loan to State LIbr. BIiJk. Asso. 











































































































000 00 






























































,6110 on 









































Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



EepOET of COMMISSlOJiERS OF THE PUBLIC LaNDS. 



The Productive Trust Funds. 



UNIVERSITY FUND. 



ertlflcatta 
n flalro 



f llOllllH 



Ui'ccan'Dod dl>' boiidt 

De I'ere city DoikIs 

Stanlor elly ImndB 

latteTllle city lioiuls 

iunn to liijurd of nlucnilou, MnJIt 

Man 10 lumril uf fdiicatlon, Itlpoi 

-nan to Pity of HtiirBWii Bay .... 

.OHU to vlty uf AiiMgu 

Mult to vlty at IthluHHnilor 

.oan to city o( (illlette 

Loud to city of Ulioii 

lAHin to city of Ki™ Ijike 

L.onii to city of UuiU-rlilll 



H<1. of »cliaol Ulr. of Wcntlioi 
JM. of Hrliool lllr. nf Rlrhu . 
ltd. of School DIr. (if Non-liali 
IM. Of Sc-Unnl DIr. of Bnilu . 
tuwD of Tlior]i 



Lunii to vlllnge of Thorp ., 



Afiltirt'LTUHAI. I'OLLICCK FUND. 



niic on cirri Iflrn I I'll iif ihIcr 

t-crlini-nlcx of lu'lchli-ilHcxs 

Kau t'liilrc iHiimtv liomlH 

Kiiu t'lnln- lirMw ImiiilH 

Black KlviT Knllwclty liiiiiiN 

MllVfiiiilui' city IwiiilH 

ToDiaUnivk cily ImiiuIk 

Ijonu to Fi>riiif i-oiinty 

i.osii lo Hnrriin wniiity 

Ixwn to Inin ronul^r 

Loan to Hty of AiillKo 

LoBU to I'ity of Dnruiiil 

1^11 Ui city of New llic-himnd 

1.0(111 to i»lty of Whhmii , 

LuBU to toivn of niiynclil 

iMia to town ut Itorlnn 

I.nin til town of Benr I^oku 

I,n«n lo town otC'iniulon 

L.,«u (n town of union 

Loan In town nf IlarHum 

LiHin l« town of r.nint«lnir(t 

).ofin to town of Oi-onio Katl» 

I,..Bn totown of rcM.-k 

I.nnn lo town of M.inlluwuc 

I.HBn to town nf Sumner 

I^onii to town of Wcln 

I^inn to vlllnBi-of Oski'O 

l.nnn t.i nn. of K'l., Now Lnnrton 

I.riiin to Hi. of K'l.. Rlpon 

r.nnn to till, of K-l.. Stnracon Bay 

lAinn to ll<l of Kil. "f ton-n of rrnmlon 

I.™in to IM, of K'l. of lowu of Suxon 

Loan lo B'l, at TrnstPCR, vlllni^ ot New r.lnruK. 



6.s(in (M\ . 

i.niwon . 

275 on . 

ion 00 . 

1.0011 00 . 

■smtm . 

2.R00O( 



H.flon 00 . 



i=y^^.oo<^le 



Report op CoMmssiosgita of the Public Lands. 81 



The Productive Trust Funds. 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 



AntEga city IxindH 

Chippewa k'lillH city bonds 

ColumbuH pity hsU bonds 

BMver Dam city bonds 

Edgerton city bqads 

Dlst. No. 6, I'tymoiitb et nl. bODds . 

Kqu Clnlre city iHinda 

Oreeowood town buuds 

Hudson city bonds 

Ln Crosse city bonds 

Mndlson city bonds 

Merrill clly bridh'i! bonds 

Merrill clly hrldRi- bonds 



cum. 



fIIIbh 



Milwaukee elty bonds 

Stongbton elty hall bonds .... 

Oshkosh city bonds 

Dlst. No. S. Plytnonth bonds . 

tihuwsno city bouds 

Manitowoc connly bonds 

of Cameron bondn 

of Cambridge bonds .. 

_o Dann comity 

lo Door ocnnty 



KIchF 



town of ('nlrsvllle .. 
(own or Iliimmond .. 
town of Wbltensh Hi 
Bd. of E.I,. Thorpp ., 
city of Cnmbei-land , 

clfv of narrftn 

city of CllnlonvlIlP . 
clly nf Fond du Lac 
ci(T of Kcwnunp*- ... 
city of Mcnomnnlc .. 
city of MIncml I'olnl 



city 



• Porti 



:lty of Pmlric du Chlen . 

dtv of Phillips 

oily of Rhnwnuo 

city of SHiritPon Bay 

citv otWBupacB 

city of Wnnsaii 

town of Clcvfland 







si 

OOO DO 

mo 00 

VCiOOO 
OOO 00 
KIOOO 

wo 00 

KKIOO 

»0 00 
ODO 00 
000 00 

ii 

ooom 
no 00 
•uwoo 

flOOOO 
000 00 
S33 34 


•< 





























































noooo 
ooom 
ooooo 
oonofl 
TBono 
Tnew 

fftOOO 

«o«o 

mn 00 
wnoo 

mm 

woo 
xwon 

MiOOO 

000 00 
■no no 

moo 

asm 
2X0 no 

innoo 
pnnon 

ISO 00 













































































i :,-^iOO<^le 



EepOET OS COMUISSIOHEBS OF THE FcBLIO L&ITDS. 



The Productive Trust Funds. 




otown fCr 


t.eooeo 
G.ooom 

1.000 00 
1,300 00 

as 

s.ooooo 

9,000 00 
2.B00 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
30.000 00 

eolooooo 












town or Eaele Klver 


























o tovpn ot IroD River 


























































KA. of Eel., Crandon 
o Brt! of ElI,'.' MlS^na" 






















light snard armary . 
DRAINAGE 




















FUND. 






'""• 













,d,Google 



Ebpobt of Commissiokeks of the Public Lands. 



Trespass Penalties. 

The following table showa the amount of monies received and 
collected in the different counties and credited to the different 
funds from treapass on vacant and contraofed state lands. All 
expenses incurred in looking up and a survey of such lands were 
collected of ihe trespassers and turned into the general fund. 
Monies received from sales of material and stumpage have bee«n 
turned into the treasury and placed to the credit of the funda 
entitled thereto: 



TVmpaii Xoaeut eollecled /or the fli 


ml CtTin ending Juae W, / 


w. 


CoodUsb. 


iSri'S!. 


fSSd'ra 


Totals, 


GSHBBAI. PoKD; 


tioooo 

11 00 


1114 00 










t!S 












200 












ssun 




































tiHgao 








School Fumd : 


%aK> 


tazooo 

i.lMM 


tSKiOO 




















(JSOO 


(2.403 50 


CI,17S 90 




NoUfAL SCBOOL PdMD; 


til? Ti 


"■;■■» 

1O0 eo 

tl,3]4 IS 






















(i*8"Ti~ 


tl.4<2W 




X5;?t".'°"*' 


tsuso 




1349 20 




(11 00 










tSiSSO 






*woo 


»84go 





,d,Google 



34 Repobt of Commissiokees of the Public Lands. 



Drainage Fund. 



ir Ih* v<ar end! n0 



ConntiM. 


amount of 


Tot»l dnea 


l^^ZVJi 


Total dna 
conn ties. 




SIS 20 












M«0 












mtno 








SOD 








^£ 






























1403 ao 


»uoo 


laas! 


*J(ll 12 





Counttas. 


salM. 


T.ja^.„ 


immiBtof 

interest puid 


TotiJdne 








ISIS 


,§!! 




tTUiS 








ISH 






1100 








iUw 
















."S 




















imas 


tits 00 


tl8 3S 









,d,Google 



Repoet of Comuissionebs of the Poblic Lands. 35 



Drainage Fund Apporiiomment. 



Adnnu 

Aablaad 

BunoD 

BHySeld 

Brown 

Buffalo 

BurDQtt. 

CfaiDiMira. ... 

Clark 

Colambla 

Cravfcird 

Daoe 

Dodge 

Daagiaa".'.'.'." 

Donn 

KauCUire-. .. 

Grant 

Oreen Lake .. 

KamTa^ V. '.'. 
La Crosse — 



Utmltonoc 

Haratbon 

Uarquette 

Marinetle 

Ocoato. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
OutaKamis . . . . 

Peuin 

Polk 

Porta«(8 

Baoiue 

Bichland 

Hoct 

Sauk 

Sbanaoo 

Sheboygan 

Trempealeau . . 

vfaKJorthV.i::: 

Washington . . 

Wauke^ia 

Waupaca 

WtnuebaRO — 
Wood 

Total 



Pd.yGoogIe 



36 Repoet of Co.y 



• xnE PoBLic Lands. 






M h H ;s n i ; i i ; ; M I ; ; M ; n ; i i i Ms M ; h 
; n M i a n i ; ; n : : ; i M ; ; i ; ; ; : ! n ;^ i n M 



TTTTTTrn=TTT 

s n ; : i ; I ;= M i i : i i n i 



ml 



m 



« i n ; i ; n n :i M ; i I ; ; M5 M= ; ai 
r ; : M : M ; ; ; n p i n ; i ;" M= h 



» 



1 

1 

Hi 



iMUi; 



iiiininn::;:!:!;: 



;* i i ; ; MS 



;S: 



MM 



n^TTunr^ 



M M M= 
MM;? 
MiMMiMMiM MMMM: 



M M M ic M M M M M i 
niMM^iMMMMJMM 



M M M is i M M i :; : I M M M i 

MM 'iMMM^MMMMMMMMMM: 



1 



»:P!aT|S|J:p:fl:Ca 




Dr;-i;?'!:;*^''-'UVH 



RepOBT of CoMMISSIONEnS OF THE PuBLIC Lands. 37 



s- -" ="= 1 5 









\U\ 






Ms ; ! i i Ms 
i ;• i ; i ; i i' 



iMM 



MM; 
iii 



ln:i: 



liiiiiiiiii 



iiiiiiiiiiiii 
iiiiiiiiiiiiii 
iiiiiiiiiiiiii 



jniininNs 




,d,Google 



88 BepoJt of Commissioners of the Public Laitds. 
Oeiieral Report. 

The foregoing tables exhibit the operations of the office of the 
commissioners of the public lands for the fiscal term ending 
June 30th, 1902. 

By virtue of chapter 367 of the laws of 1897, as amended by 
diapter 345, laws of 1899, and chapter 458, laws of 1901, 
the commiasionors, with the approval of the governor, have 
appointed competent men to examine the state lands withdrawn 
from market by chapter 345, laws of 1899, These men are now 
in the field and when their work will be finished the state will 
know the character of its unsold lands as to quali^ of soil, quan- 
tity and kind of timber thereon and such other facta as will 
enable the commissioners to place a price upon them commen- 
surate with their value. 

Prior to 1897 no examinatJOTi of state lands was ever 
made; the legislature arbitrarily fixed a minimum price on 
lands first offered for sale, and all not disposed of at public sale 
were afterward subject to purchase at private sale at the mini- 
mum price. The result of this policy was the enrichment of 
speculators who took advantage of the development of the state 
through the building of railroads and increase in population. 
The commissioners had no power to irfcrease prices aa values 
advanced in the localities where state lands were situated. 

Lands in the State Park (consisting of town 40 and towns 
north to the state boundary, ranges 4 east to 8 east, inclusive) 
that, prior to their withdrawal from market by virtue of chap- 
ter 324, laws of 1878, were for sale for $1.25 an aere^ have, 
since their examination and appraisal in 1897, sold from $10 
to $40 per acre. 

Had provision been earlier made for the examination and 
appraisal of state lands, the trust funds would be larger by some 
millions of dollars. Eiforts to sell state lands at their intrinsic 
value were resisted on the ground that it would retard the settle- 
ment of the state, but the records show that the speculator rather 
than the actual settler has been the beneficiary of the policy 
which prevailed prior to 1897. 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



Repoht op CoMsrisaioxEBs of the Public Lands. 39 

General Report. 

A part of our vacant state lands are wholly unauited for the 
purposes of agriculture; we refer to the sand barrens bordering 
on the St. Croix river, and similar lands in other parts of the 
state. We would recommend that at least this class of lands 
be permanently withdrawn from market and constituted a forest 
reserve. If fires are kept from these lands, in the course of 30 
to 50 years they will produce a crop of pine timber that will be 
of great value to the state. 

A law should be enacted giving to the commissioners power 
to sell timber separate from the land where the principal value 
is in the standing timber. Cut over lands in the northern part 
of the state are selling for from $5 to $15 an acre, some of which 
were originally sold by the state when covered by a heavy forest 
growth for only $1,25 an acre. 

It sometimes happens that forest fires injure standing timber 
that could be sold. for a fair price if a sale could be made soon 
after the fire, but the commissioners have no power under exist- 
ing laws to sell timber separate from the land in such cases ; we 
would recommend that provision be made for cases of this char- 
acter. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Wm. H. Fkoehlich, 

Secretary of State; 
J. O. Davidson, 

State Treasurer; 
E. E. Hicks, 

Attorney General; 
Commissioners of the Public Lands. 

C. E. MOELBT, 

Chief Clerk. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



,d,GoogIe 



,d,Google 



,d,GoogIe 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



Regents of the University 



Years 1900-'01 and 1901-'02 



MADISON, WIS. 

Democrat Printino Company, Statb Printer 

1902 



DrrizPd.yCOOgle 



THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 



Thk Phkbidkntoptbr Ukivubsitv, Kx-ti^icUi, 

Thb Spatk SopKBiNrBNoarrr of Pusuc IsaTHucnoN, Ex nffi 



State at Largo, 
State at L:irge, 

Ut District, 

2aJ District, 

3rd DiatricF, 

1th District, 

6th District. 

6th Dislrict, 

7th District, 

8th District, 

9th District, 

10th District, 

Itth District, 



WILLIAM P. ViLA9, Madiann, . 


1901 




1903 


HoMBR C. Tavlob, Orford»iH6, - 


1001 


BREEaB J. aTBviiNd. Madison, 


1905 




1901 


Jaubs M. Perblbs. Milwaukee, - 


1901 


Abthob J. PuLS. Milwaukee, 


1900 


Major 0. Mbau, Plymoutb, 


1905 


Edward Bvan» La Crosse, 


19(3 


Jambs C. Kkbwin, Neer.ah, 


IflOt 


EnMUND A. Edmonds, Oconto Falls, 


19(M 


Ukoroe F. Mbrrh-u Asbland, - 


19ai 


Jambs H. Stout. MeadmoDie, 


1903 



Officers of the Reg:ents. 

Jambs H Stout, Prenidenf, 
BrbB'4B J. Stbvens. Vioe-PrCHidriit. 
THBSrATBTRBASURKB, Mx-offiato Trei 
B. l'. RiLEV. S'-.arelary. 

Standing; CommUtees. 

(The President of the Uni»eMity \aer->ffioia a me 
committees ot the board with power to vote in 

Executive —&tKvs:va, ViLis, PaRRLKS. 
College of Letterg and Si-ience — Vilab, H*i 



lab'er of all staodiog 



C-illeffe of Agriculture and Collpgn of Mf.ohi 
— Mbrrili., Kbrwih, Tavl'>b, Parker, Msao, 
Cnllege of Lnus — VLtRVLiiA.^ Stbvbns, Kbrwin. 
I)onati mn^WiLAa, Merrill, Poi^. 



, Evans, Frisbt, Eo- 
c» and Engineering 



Pd.yGoogIe 



UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. 



Biennial Report of the Regents of the University. 



Madison, Wis., July 1, 1902. 
To His KxgeHency, ItoiiERT If. LaFoi.lette, 
GoveiTior. 
In bclialf of tlie Eegeiita of the Univcraity, I have the honor 
to present to you herewitli their bicunial report for the years 

1900-iyoi, i90i-iyo2. 

Respectfully, 

J. H, Stodt, 

President. 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



itKPORT OF THE EOARD OF ReQKNTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



Report of Acting President Birge. 



For the years t900-'fll, ]901~'02. 

The Honorable Jamks H. Stout, 

President of ihe Regents of the 
VmucrsHy of Wisconsin: 
Sjr: I submit herewith my report as Acting Prcsiticnt for 
the two years eiiiling June -W, ]!)03. I have held the office 
during almost tlie entire period covenid by this report. Pnesi- 
dent Adams was absent on leave in Eui-ope during the college 
year li)00-1901. He returned to Madison in Scptcnilx'r, 11)01, 
and resuine<l hia duties, hoping that his health was so far re- 
'^tored that he wonld he aide to continue in the work in which he 
was so deeply attached. It soon appeared, however, that his 
strength was not eqnal to the labors of the position, and, after 
less than a month of service, on Octot)er 11, IflOl, renewed ill- 
ness conipollcil him to resign his position as president. ITie 
duties of acting president were therefore entniste<l to me once 
more. President Adams' resignation was aecepted by tlie 
regents on January 21, 1 902. He had already removed to Red- 
lands, California, where his liealth was for a time greatly im- 
proves! and he built a i-csideucc, but almost immediately on 
occupying it He was again attacked by the disease fn)m which 
he had suffered for several years, and, after an illness of a few 
days, died on July 2(1, 1S)02. President Adams' great services 
to the t'niversitv cannot be adequately presented in a report 
«diich is necessarily so sliort as this. I cannot briefly cliarae- 
terize them in more fitting tenus than those of the resolution 
adopted by the faculty at the time of his resignation: 

Di;;-izpd::yduUVIL 



VERSFTY OF WiSCONSIN; 



President's Report. 



"During the nine years of his presidency there have been 
erected for the University many hnildings worthy of the beauty 
of its situation, the number of its students has nearly trebled, 
the staff of inetniction has more than doubled, and its revenues 
have correspondingly increased. Even {greater progress has 
markcfl the educational development of Uie institution. Schools 
of Music, Education, Commerce, and History have been cre- 
ated; new departments have l>een oi^auized and old depart- 
ments strengthened; courses of instniction have been greatly 
multiplied; closer and more synii>athetio relations have been 
established lietween the I'niversity and the public schools. The 
administration of President Adams hag aimed to promote the 
physical and Kocial interests of the students, as well as their 
intellectual and moral welfare; in its relations toward the fac- 
ulty it has shown wisdom in tJic choice and promotion of in- 
struetoi-a, readiness to provide the best facilities for teaching, 
and unfailing sympathy with scholarly aspirations. Above all 
else, we recognize in his administration a breadth of conception 
and a lai^jeness of execution, which have resultwl in elevation 
of standards an<I in growth of scholarly spirit in the institution, 
with increase of its renown and consequent, usefulness." 

The will of President Adams bequeathed all of his property 
to Mrs. Adams during her life, and after her death it is to go to 
the University of Wisconsin for the establishment of fellow- 
ships in English, Greek, and history. 

DEATICB IX THE FAm.TY. 

During the biennial period an unprecedented number of 
deaths has occurred in the faculty of Hic University. At the 
opening of the period occurred the deaths of A'ssistant Professor 
Hiram A. Sober (September 10, ]!H)0), and Professor William 
If. Rosenstengel (November 12, lltOO). Tliese deaths were 
chronicled in the biennial re|>ort for ISDS-IOOO. Professor 
Nelson O. Wliitney, Pnifessor of Kailway Engineering, die*! 



EErORT OF THE BoAED OF ReQENTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



on Miareb 17, 1901. Professor Whitnev had been for ten years 
Professor of Railway Engineering, and his death deprived the 
faculty of one of its most valued nicnibera. He had had auc- 
cessful experience as a civil engineer in railway employ and on 
his transfer to the University showed marked ability as a 
teacher. He was strong and forceful in character and in in- 
fluence. He had an abiding interest in the welfare of his stu- 
dents, so that he not only commandod their rPspeet, b\it secured 
their friendship and affection. 

Professor Einmett S. Goff, Professor of Horticulture, die<i 
on Juno 6, 1902. He had occnpicd bis jwsition in the College 
of Agriculture shicc 18S8 and was one of the most useful teach- 
ers and investigatoi-s in the faculty of that college. He was a 
clear and forcible writer, an original and patient investigator, 
and a careful and earnest teacher. He was a pioneer in the 
theory and art of instruction in horticulture, and liis success 
in putting this branch of knowledge into pedagogical form gives 
him bigh rank as an educator. 

Professor Jobu Butler .Johnson, J>can of tlie College of Me- 
chanics and Kngineering, was killed by accident on June 23, 
1902. By bis death, there was lost to the University a man of 
consi>icuoHS energy, ability, and zeal. When he came to the 
University, tha College of Engineering was rich in possibilities 
but defective in organization. He entered upon the duties of 
his position with energy and enthusiasm, and carrietl out his 
plans witli great success. During his short period of adminis- 
tration, covering only about thn^e years, tbo attendance in tRe 
college has more than doublc<l, the han<lsome new building has 
been erected and furnished, the material equipment largely in- 
creased, and the influence' of the college greatly extended. He 
had many plans f<jr still further extending its usefulness, and 
it will be very difficult for another to take up bis work and carry 
it on as sticcessfully as he would have done. 

Thus, during tlie brief period of two years no fewer than six 
members of the faculty have been removed by deafb. No one 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



University of Wisconsi:*, 



President's Report. 



of them had lived to old age, nor had anj of them reached the 
period when the close o£ his active service in the University 
would naturally be expected. Xo such succession of losses by 
deatli has occurred l>efore in tJie historj' of tlie University, and- 
we may well hope that no future report will be obliged to chron- 
icle a similar series. 

TIIE UNIVERSITY. 

During th© biennial [x^riod covered by this report, the history 
of tlie University has l>een marked by quiet prf^^rcsa and by con- 
solidation of movements already begun, rather tjian by the initi- 
ation of important advances. J)uring the year 1900 an excep- 
tionally large number of important changes were made in the 
organization of the University, and the past two years have 
been in great measure devoted to developing the enterprises en- 
tered upon a^t that time. 

The number of students in the University has steadily in- 
creased, as is shown by the table in tlie appendix to this report. 
The total registration of students for 1899-1900 was 2,422; in 
1900-1901 the number was 2,019 ; and in 1901-1902 it reached' 
2,777. Ten years ago, 1891-1892, tho number of students in 
the University passed 1,000 for the first time; during the cur- 
rent year, 1902-1903, it is likely to pass 3,000. 

During the past two years only one building has been added 
to the equipment of the Trniversity — the central building for the 
College of Agriciilture, which was authorized by the legislature 
of 1901 and which is now under construction. An account of 
this building is given in connection with tho College of Agri- 
culture. 

The legislature of 1901 also appropriated $30,000 for the 
purchase of apparatu.'! for tho Enginoering building, then just 
ixwupied. This money has bceu expendeil and has greatly im- 
proved the laboratory equipment of that college, though large 
needs still remain to Ijc met. 



_.uO'^Ie 



Rkpobt of tiik Boa 



University of Wisconsin. 



The moat important advaiito in the course of study made dur- 
ing tlie past two years is the enlar^mcnt of the Pi"e-M<«iieal 
Course, which was begun under action of the Regents, taken in 
June, 1902. The Pre-iledieal Course was formally established 
in 1887, but had lieen practically in nixration since 1881, In 
organization, it has never been ae}iarated from the General 
Science (bourse, since the University authorities have believed 
that it was better for the students to retain tlieir coimection 
with tlie larger course than to l>e separated as a sjiecial body. 
The course was strengthened in lSi)2, when Assistant Professor 
Miller was pla('e<l in charge of the vertebrate anatomy and his- 
tology. The University of Wisconsin was one of the first insti- 
tutions, if not the very first, to establish a course especially 
adapted to prepare students for the professional study of medi- 
cine, and the ojurse has always been recognizeii as onp of- the 
best and strongest in the country. Progress in the amount and 
nature of medical instruction has made it ncw'saaiy to enlarge 
the course from time to time, and in li)0^ the Regents deter- 
mined to introduce into the senior year the study of human 
• anatomy, and', for that purpose, are refitting the attic story of 
Science llall to seri'e as an anatomical lalwratory. It is ex- 
pected that additional courses in physiology will also l)e offered, 
when the changes in the aTiatoniical laboratory leave room for 
the introduction of laboratory work in that department also. 
Tlie addition of these stmlies will add nuich to the strength of 
the Pre-Aredi<'al Coui-se, 

COT.I.K0>; or LETTERS .VNM) SCIE.XCE. 

A few topics only can l)e mentioned out of the very numerous 
snbjet^ts which might be considered in connection with this 
collega 

•'■^ludrnts in AtiriK^aiicf-.—Tht} number of students in the 
Cfdh-go of Letters and Srieneo was l,0!tfi in 18!lil-li)00 ; in 
the following year the attendance rose to l,!.*!'; and in 1!>01- 

DmzPd.yCoO'^IC 



TTxivEnsiTT OF Wisconsin. 



President's Report-. 



1002 to 1,176. This inci-eaae is somewhat less than the average 
of the past decade and is undoubtedly correlated with the very 
rapid growtli of tlie CoUepe of Mechanics and Engineering. 
The great demand for engineers haa tnriied into that college a 
not inconsideraWe niinii)or of young men who, under other busi- 
ness conditions, would have entered the College of Letters and 
Science. 

School of Economics and Political Scifnce. — This school was 
organized in 1892 and included the department of history until 
1 000, when the growtli of tlie school had been aiieh as to make it 
advisable to organize the departments of history irrto a distinct 
school. Tlie work of the school inchi<les both graduate and 
undergTBdnate courses, of which 53 are offered during the cur- 
rent year, Imt in addition several courses in the School of Com- 
merce belong to the same general class of studies and are of 
S[>ocial importance to .students of economics, During the past 
ten years, 21 persons have taken the degree of Doctor of Phil- 
i«ophy, with tJie major line of work in economics, jKilitical 
science, and seven others have taken the same degree, with eco- 
noniica as one of their minor studies. Fifteen of the first class 
hold pasitions in the faculties of various universities, two arc 
in normal schools, three are in the puhlio service, and one in 
library work. During the ]taat two years the department of 
statistics has been enlarged so as to include courses in sociology, 
economics, and government statistics, and is prepared to afford 
facilities for laboratory work. In the department of political 
science, the. work in municipal organizatitm has been developed. 
Assistant Professor Sparling has rendered valuable service in 
the organization of the "Wisconsin Tx.'agiie of Municipalities" 
and in his editorship of the journal, "The Municipality," The 
Wisconsin ITnivcreity Settlement has been established in Mil- 
waukee, of which ir. II. Jacobs, an alumnus and formerly a 
graduate student in ecouoiuics, is dire<-tor. Tliis is closely asso- 
ciated with the University, and on the Board of Directors are 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUU' 



.yn 



l^EPOHT OF THE BoAKD OF EeQKNTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



Dr. A. J, Puis, a Ticgenf, together with four members of the 
faculty. 

During the past two vears Professor Reinsch'a book on Col- 
onial Government has apiieared, and a small work by Director 
Ely, entitled Tlie Coining City, will soon be issued. Professor 
Meyer was employed by tlie Industrial Commission as an expert 
in transportation, and the result of his work has been published 
as part of the report of that ( 'ommi,>ision. Director Ely's work 
on jrono|>olies and Trusts has recently been published in Turin 
in an Italian translation, and Professor Keinsch's work on 
World Politics has been translate<l into Japanese. 

Several important gifts have been received by the school. 
Several scholarships and fellowships have been given by alumni 
and friends. Important gifts for the purchase of books have 
been made; one, a gift of $2,64.'>, to which there were many 
contributors, the largest being Honorable William E. Dodge of 
Is''cw York city> who gave $500. A secon<l gift amounted to ■ 
$500, and was contributed by Mr. Erod Vcge], Jr., of Milwau- 
kee, for the purcha.so of a collection of ixMika on the parlia- 
mentary history of Europe. 

School of History. — -The School of History was created in 
1900 by a division of the former School of I'^ionomics, Political 
Science, and History. Professor E. J. Turner was appointed 
Director of the Scho*jl. During the past two years^he first 
in itfl history — -the increase in the number of students in the 
school and in its courses of study has fully warranted its estab- 
lishment. Tlie growth in the attendance on the classes in his- 
tory has been at the-rate of aWut 100 per year during the bien- 
nial period. In the first semester of 1900-1901 the total regis- 
tration was 603 students, including 62 graduate students. In 
1902-190.1 the registration was 802, including 'JO graduate 
students. Important changes have I>een made in the instnic- 
tional staff of this school. The loss of Dr. Charles II. Haskins, 
Pn)fessor of Enro]x?an Histoid-, who resigned in June, 1902, 
to a^-cept a chair in Harvard ITniversify, rcmove<l from the 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVH 



University of Wisconsin. 



PresideiU's Report. 



University a scholar and teacher whose services had been of the 
greatest vahie in building up the work of the department of his- 
tory. The University has secured Professor Dana C Munro, 
of the University of Pennsylvania, to replace him, and thus is 
fortunately able to keep up its traditions of high scholarship in 
this field. An additional assistant professor of American His- 
tory has been appointed, in the person of Dr. Carl K. Fish, and 
an additional instructor in European History, Dr._G. C Sel- 
lery, a graduate of the University of Chicago. Dr. O. G. Libby, 
who has been instructor in liistory since 1895, resigned in 1902 
to accept an assistant professorship in the University of North 
Dakota. His plaeo has been filled by Dr. Ulrich B. Phillips, 
sometime instructor in history in the University of Georgia, and 
more recently fellow in history in Columbia University, New 
York. 

With the establish nseut of Qic School of History, a historical 
series of University bulletins was authorized. Director Turner 
was absent in Europe during 3900-1901, and no number of 
this series appoai-ed during that year. The first number of the 
series has been published, on The , Origin o{ Federal Land 
Grants for Education, by Professor Joseph Schafor, now of the 
University of Oregon. Four other papers, produced by the 
students in this department, are now awaiting publication. 

The Scliool of History has taken an important part in the 
work of the Summer fk^asion. The number of students regis- 
tered in history has always been large, and during the past two 
sessions the n^istration in history has exceeded that in any 
other department of instniction iu the Summer Session. 

School of Commerce. — The School of Commerce was estab- 
lished by the Hegenta in April, 1900, The attendance on the 
sdiool was lai^ at the beginning and has steadily increased. 
The total enrollment for the first year was 84, of whom G2 were 
freshmen. In the following year the total enrollment was 100, ■ 
of whom 50 wore freshmen and 3-(- were sophomores. The reg- 
istration for 1902-1903, which does not strictly lielong to this 

DirizRl.y^^.OOl^le 



Rkport of the Boaru of Regents. 



iveraity of Wisconsin. 



report, ia not vpt coinpletc, hut it will not fall far short of 150. 
This rapid growth indioatea that llio coniiminity needs iiistnic- 
tioii of this kind and that the school is mpeting this want. 

The establishment of this school has rendered necessary the 
addition of a number of new courses of stndy to the College of 
Letters and Seioiice. All of these have been provided bj' the 
various departments of the tTniveraity, to which they naturally 
belong. TJie departments of Romance and Germanic languages 
have arranged special coiii'ses in French, Spanish, and German 
for the freshmen, sophomores, and jimiors, and tliey will add 
appropriate continuation coiirse« for the seniors next. year. The 
departments of English, mathematics, and chemistry have each 
furnished a special course for tliis school; as have also the, 
Sctiool of History in American history; the College of Law in 
. the law of eorjjorations, jiartnership, agency, bankruptcy, nego- 
tiable paper, l>ailments, carriers, insurance, and patents; the 
College of Kn^neering in the generation and transmission of 
jTower; and flie School of Kcononiics and Political Science in 
the law of real and personal property, contracts, sales, torts, and 
proceiliirc, 

■ Tlie sei'ond semester of the college year 1901-1902 was spent 
by Director Scott in visiting the most imjwrtant schools of com- 
uiercc in Europe. His ol)servations thorei will imdoubtedly re- 
sult in some changes of the courses of stndy. Even in Europe, 
wliere scliools of ciimmcrce tire of much longer standing than in 
this country, a wide diversity of practice obtains in their courses 
of study Any ctnirse at present laid down for such a school in 
this country must Ik- reganled as experimental in some of its 
features, altliough there are no .•serious questions regarding the 
studies which shoulil be made central in such a school. The 
changes which will I>e recommended in the school will not in- 
volve any radical departure from the plan thus far followed. 

In November, 1900, the school re<'eived a gift of $2,000 from 
Mr. and Mrs. Fre<l Vogel, Jr., and -Mr. Charles Pfister of Mil- 
waukee. Tliis gift was applied to the purchase of books for the 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



ITxiVERHITY OF WiSCOSSIN. 



President's Report. 



library in the departments represented by the school, Tliis 
gift has contributed greatly to the success of the school, enabling 
it to seeure at the start- o collection of reference books which the 
Regents could not have furnished from the means at their dis- 
posal. 

Summer Session. — In my last biennial report, there was 
described tlie cliange by which the Regents altered tlie Slimmer 
School, which has been conducted since 1887, into a Summer 
Session which represents all departments of the University, both 
in graduate and undergraduate work, and in courses especially 
adapted to teachers Tlie work of the Session has been carried 
on diiring the past two years on the same plan as there indicated 
and with the same success. The attendance in IStOl was 322 
and in 1902, 330, Tn the fohner year 172 teachers were in 
attendance, and in lif02, 175. The graduate students num- 
bered 08 and 102 in the two years covered by the report. In 
the session of 1001 especial attention was given to the subject 
of commercial education and several courses of lectures were 
given by experts in that department, Tlie longest course was 
given by Professor K It. Johnson of the University of Penn- 
sylvania. In 1002, the subject of pedagogy was made promi- 
nent and courses of lectures were given !>y eight prominent edu- 
cators; the most complete conrsc being delivered by President 
G. Stanley Hall of Clark University. It is now almost univer- 
sally recognized as part, of the duty of a university to provide 
summer work in all grades of- instruction. Tlie increasing 
length of the summer vacation has njade this almost a necessity 
for students who do not desire tn spend three months either in 
recreation or in private work, and the increasing demands on 
the teachers, especially those in high schools and higher grades, 
has made it necessary' for them to study at frefpient inter\'als, 
in order that they may I^eep abreast of the progress of knowledge 
in the subjects which they are called upon to teach. 

In 1901, the University for the first time offered summer 



work in the College of Engineering, by opening a School for 



ogle 



Kepokt of the Board of Regbmts. 



University of Wisconsin. 



Apprentices and Artisans, in which shop work and laboratory 
practice were fdven, both to students of the University, and espe- 
cially to men employed in the variona mechanical trades, who 
desired to obtain knowledge which would aid to advance them 
in their respective callings. The attendance in 1901 was 45 
and in 1902, 61, In both years, tJie teaching was carried on by 
members of the faculty of the College nf Engineering, and the 
courses were fonnd well adapted to the stndonts, and the school 
reached nmrked success in accomplishing its purposes. 

Courses were also given in pharmacy during both years, with 
an attendance of seven in 1901 and ten in 1902. 

Covimi/tee on. Accredited Schools and Cojiwiillee on Appoini- 
vicnts. — Two years ago Assistant Professor Tresaler was aj)- 
pointetl to act as secretar\' of the Committee on Accredited 
Schools. His main work has been the visiting and inspection 
of tlioso schools. A very large share of the visiting, however, 
has remained to lie ilone by other members of the faculty. The 
list of schools has greatly increased and many si'hools them- 
selves are ni^nt in retpieating visits, since Uicv feel the vahie 
of the inspection and counsel wluch they receive from members 
of the University faculty. During the two years past the num- 
ber of accKcditcd schools has increased fnim 103 to 243. All 
of the stronger four year high schools of Wisconsin are now on 
the list. During the year lflOl-1002, 143 schools were in- 
spected ; 82 of them by the Secrct-ary. The work of the Com- 
mittee on Accredited Schools involves the hearing of reports and 
determining judgments regarding the schools, and, after the 
inspections begin, tlic work of tlie couimittee requires frequent 
meetings. The ins|x-etions indicate a very satisfactory ad- 
vance, on the whole, in the condition ()f the schools, both as to 
their material equipment and their teaching force. The in- 
fluence of the University has contributed not a little to this 
growth through the frequent visits of members of its faculty. 

The Appointment Committee, which rwonniienda teachers 
to schools, in response -to their re<jue«ts, was ^Iso^ t 



UsiVEKBITY OF WlSCOSSlN. 



President's Report. 



two years ago and haa proved to ho of great use in imifyiDg the 
work which had before been done in a somewhat haphazard way 
. by the individual professors. Xo attempt is made hy the Uni- 
versity to iirpe its fip-adnates ii^)on the sehools, the recommenda- 
tions being always made on the application of the principal or 
other school official. About 100 places were filled through this 
committee during the past collegiate year, the appointments 
lying almost wholly in high schools, or schools of equal grade. 

COI.LEQE OF AGItlCUI.TUEE. 

Attendance. — Tlie attendance on the Long Course in Agricul- 
ture is increasing, the number Ijeing l.S in 1901-1902 and 30 
in the fall of 1902-1003. There is no doubt but' that with the 
increasing interest in agricnltnral education attendance on this 
department will grow, yet the increase is by no means an un- 
mixed gain, since it seems likely to absorb, in a great measure, 
the time of the staff of the Experiment Station, which they have 
hitherto been able to devote to investigation. The number of 
students in the Short and Dairy Cojirses will necessarily re- 
main about constant imtil the new building for the Collt^ of 
Agriculture is finished. After that is occupied, an increase in 
the Short Course students may Ix; ex[)octed. It will probably 
not be the plan of the University greatly to increase these num- 
bers. We do not look to see an attendance of, for instance, 
1,000 students on tho Short Course in Agriculture. The estab- 
lishment of the county normal schools indicates the direction 
in which elementary agricultural education will move, and it 
should be more and more the purpose of the University to train 
teachers for these schools ami to give instruction to those who 
have passed through the county normal schools rather than to 
furnish instruction parallel to that which can better be given 
by the counties. 

The Central Agricultural College Building. — The legislature 
of 1901 generously appropriated to the University of Wiscon- 



Keport of tue Boar 



Vrdversity of Wisconsin. 



sin $150,000 for the ooiistruetion of a central building for the 
College of Agriciiltnre. It was understood that the sum so 
appropriated should be used entirely for the coustruction of 
the building, and that the furnishinfis — deska, tables, shelving, 
and other equipment, should be provided by a subsequent l^is- 
lature. Tlie building was planned by I'niversify Architect 
J. T. W. Jennings, after a careful consideration of the needs 
of both the College of AgTieuiture and the Experiment Station. 
Mr. Jennings and Deaii Henry visited and studied the archi- 
tecture and construction of the buildings at the following uni- 
versities: Harvard, Yale, Xew York, Columbia, Kutgers, 
Princeton, Philadelphia, Syracuse, Cornell, Ohio, Illinois, and 
Northwestern, it was tinally decided that our requirements 
would l)e8t be met by the erection of a structure in the Renais- 
sance style of architecture of Bedford limestone and buff pressed 
brick with red Spanish tiio roof. The building is 200 feet in 
lengtli by 64 feet in depth, and four stories in height. At the 
rear and connected with the main structure is an octagon 60 
feet in diameter, twd stfu-ies in height, the first floor of which 
is for library and reading room purposes, the second forming 
an auditorium with 750 seats. In the main structure are rooms 
for th(! following departments: executive, agricultural chem- 
istry, agricultural hactericilngy, und aninuki husbandry, which 
departments arc all in existence in this college with provision 
for futiire departments of economic entomology, vegetable 
pathology, and forestry, llicre are several rooms adjacent to 
tlie lecture rooms which can be used cither as museum or for 
seminary purposes. In the basement ample provisions have 
l>oen made for storing and mailing the various publications of 
the College and Station. The building is connected with the 
central heating plant by a tunnel. Two additional 80-horse 
power lioilers have been placed in the heating plant, and low 
steam pressui-e will Ix? »iipplie<l tlirough an S-indi wrought iron 
pipe passing up the tunnel. The lecture rooms are all supplied 
with heated air sent to them through conduits by a large fan 

Di3-|zp.i:-y^iUUVH 



Preaide.ni's Report. 



run by electricity. Owing to tlie lack of furniture and equip- 
ment, the date at which the Iniilding will be in use cannot be 
stated at this time. In appearance, proportions, and appoint- 
ments this structure will prove satisfactory not only to those 
who are to nse it aa investigators, teachers, and ptipil^ bnt alsc 
to our farrntor constitnenta, whose influence greatly aided to 
secure it. In our new Agriciiltural Hall we have a structure 
which should stand for ages as in some fair measure representa- 
tive of the intelligence, earnestness, and ambition of the agri- 
cultural people of Wisconsin at the beginning of the twentieth 
century. 

Puhlications. — During the two years covered by this report 
the Experiment Station has issued the following publications: 

1900-1901. 

7 bulletins, ntcerpfiatLng 113 piig«s. I7K,nao ooMcSi totui txiV". l<34T.aCO 

17th Rnoniil report 3S2 pagps. 15,000 copies, lotat pngPB. S.28'),000 

Total 4ffi pages, IBS .000 copies, totnl pagea, 6. 627.000 

. 1WW90S. 

S bnlletliiH. uggrpentliig IDl' pngei). 103,000 mples. total pageii. 1.481,000 

IStb annnal report 362 pages, 15.000 topi ej. ti>lnl pnces, B.2SO,000 

Total 453 pRges. US.OOO rojileH, total pBges, S.TSl, 000 

• Station Invesligatlons. — Many investigations linve been com- 
pleted, or arc now in progress, by the Agricultural Experiment 
Station. Among the most important may be mentioned the 
investigations of Dr. Eabcocb and Dr. Russell in relation to the 
changes taking place during the curing of cheese, , These are 
leading to some very valuable results of a very practical kind. 
The authors have announced that cheese is best -cured at low 
temperatures — somothing that is thought impossible by cheese 
makers generally. The results of some of their work have al- 
ready appeared in our reports. The Station is now under- 
taking a joint experiment with the F, R. Department of Agri- 
culture, for which the government will purcba.se about $1,000 
worth of cheese to be stored and' cured under the direction of 



■ Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUV 



lifiPOHT OF THE BoABD OF JEeGESTS, 



Iversify of Wisconsin. 



the .professors. This cheese ivill be (?xajiiined bv experts from 
time to time and the results embodied, if desirable, in & report 
to be published bv the government. 

The department of farm crops, made pcesibleby the legislative 
appropriation of 1S)01, which is in charge of Mr. R. A, Moore, 
is doing excellent work. In a number of seeds furnished ns by 
the Department of Agriculture, Washington, ilr. Moore has 
found a variety of oats from Russia wliich seems to be prolific 
and of high qualify. This year lie distributed between one and 
two hundred bushels of seed o£ these oats among the farmers, 
in two bushel lots, and the returns coming in show that with 
this variety the yield of oats in our state will be increased sev- 
eral bnshels per acre. As we grow two million acres of oats 
iinnually in Wisconsin, the importance of this single help to our 
farmers will be readily reci^fnizcd. Tlie soy bean, a plant in- 
troduced from Japan, has been under trial for three years and 
promises to prove a boon to our farmers who havo heretofore 
lacked a legmuinous sewl grain in the simtbern part of the state. 

The adulteration of stock foods has grown to such propor- 
tions that the different states of the Tnion are one after another 
adopting laws to control the sale of concentrated feeding stuffs, 
Our last legislature jiassed siich a law at the instigation of per- 
sons not connected withi this Station, The carrying out of the 
law has placed a great deal of work upon Dean Henry and npon 
Professor Woll, who has made the analyses. 

COLLEGE OF MECIIAXICS .VXO ESOINEKRIXG. 

Attendance. — The attendance in the College of Engineering 
during the i>ast two years has grown at even a faster rate tlian 
during the ()revious period, and faster than was estimated in 
the previous biennial rcjiort. Tlie attendance during the past 
f ouV years was as follows : 

18n8-18i)l) 242 

1809-1900 327 

1900-1901 411 

1901-1902 518 



Fkitebsity of Wisconsin. 



President's Repm-t. 



For the preaent year the number of students now registered 
indicates a total attendance for 1002-1903 of over 600. The 
increase for tlie last three years haa thus averaged nearly 100 
per year. The increase in the fntnre may perhaps not continue 
at this high rate, but until the business conditions of the country 
are seriously disturbed, the future growth of the college is cer- 
tain to be very rapid. 

A large proportion of our students are finding employment 
in the line of their profession during the summer vacations, 
especially the vacations following the sophomore and junior 
years. Many positions have thus been filled by undergraduates 
on the TJ. S. Geological and Lake Surveys, and we have yet to 
learn of a single man who has failed to give satisfaction. Four 
members of the junior class of last year are now in charge of 
difBcult railway construction, involving much tunneling and 
bridge work. These students will return ne.\t year to complete 
their course. 

The courses of instruction have, been strengthened in a num- 
ber of minor ways and some changes have been made in the 
arrangement of studies. Two years ago, the work of the_ fresh- , 
man year was made uniform for all courses. The difference 
in the work for the first year had previously been small and it 
was thought that it would be of considerable advantage to the 
student not to be obliged to select his course until he had been a 
year at the University. A census taken of the freshman class 
at the beginning of this year showed that out of a total of 200 
students, about 4-^ had not yet decided what course they would 
pursue. It is evident, therefore, that the students are glad to 
take advantage of the present elastic arrangement 

ITiere has been added to the curriculum a course of study en- 
titled, the "General Engineering Course." It includes all the 
fundamental work in science and mathematics of the other 
courses and a certain minimum amount of the more strictly 
engineering subjects. There are also required short courses in 
history and economics. The remainder of the work, araoiajtTi^iOQlc 



RUPOET OF THE BoAED OF ReGENTS. 



Univp-rsity of Wisconsin. 



lug to about one-third of the whole, is entirely elective. The 
course was desijnied to meet the needs o£ those who desired a 
general training of the character given to engineering students, 
but who did not expect to follow a specific branch of the pro- 
fession. It is yet too early to say whether there will be any 
large demand for ancli a course, but I' am led to believe from 
the registration this year that the course will have a considerable 
number of students. 

The rapid increase in the numl>er of students has brought 
with it several problems. Tlie growth has been so rapid that 
the lower classes are now much larger than the senior and junior 
classes. Next year, however, tlic upper classes will increase 
very greatly in numliers and considerable additions will be 
needed to the tcacliing force. The classes have hitherto been 
80 small that the seniors and juniors of each of the main divi- 
sions of the college could be taught in one section, but it will 
very soon be necessary to divide them ; thus doubling the amount 
of teaching, so far as division is necessary. 

The legislature of 1J)01 appropriated to the College of Engi- 
neering $30,000 for the purchase of new apparatus. Tliis has 
been expended during the past two years and has greatly con- 
tributed to the ctficiency ef the instruction in the college. The 
increase in *the nunil)er fif students, however, has made it neces- 
sary to expend a liirge amount of this fund in the duplicating 
of apparatus and in the purchase of standard instruments in 
considerable nnnil)ers, so tliat the elemcnt-ars' instruction might 
be efficient. The amount left for the addition of new pieces of 
apparatus has been, thcrefoi-c, less than anticipated. 

The engineering building, which was described in the last 
report, has now been occupietl for two years, and has been a 
source of great satisfaction in carrying on the work of the col- 
lege. Tlie building was erected not a day too soon. Delay in 
its construction would have made it necessary for the Univer- 
sity to turn away from its d<KU's large numbers of students who 
are seeking instructiuu- The building is e%-en now too small 

Di;;-iz?.):-y»^iUUVIL 



ITniversity of Wisconsin. 



President's Beport. 



for the increasing number of stndenta, and unquestionably it 
will need enlargement in the near fiitnre. The same statement 
must be made regarding tlie machine shops, which are now too 
small for the nnmbcr of .students who work there daily. 

Apparatus. — As already stated, fully two-thirds of the 
amount of money provided by the last legislature has been spent 
in duplication of the more elementary instruments and ma- 
chines, ;n order to ac<!oramodate the growing classes. The main 
pieces of new apparatus purchased, which may be considered 
as increasing the standard of our work, are the air compressor, 
coating $2,000, a superheater, high-speed engine, two or three 
testing machines, and alwut $4,000 worth of apparatus in the 
electrical engineering departments. About $2,000 has been 
■pent for surveying instrnments, all of. which are of the ordi- 
/lary sort and used in elementary classes. About $10,000 is 
being spent in the electrical laboratory for the purchase of addi- 
tional generators, motors, and instruments, all of essentially the 
same type as those fonnerly in use. These are necesaarj' merely 
for the accommodation of our increased classes. 

It is, therefore, plain that while the equipment of the laboran 
tones has Ix^n greatly improved as regards the quantity of the 
most used instruments, the amount spent in improving our 
standard of instruction has not been great. 

Experiments.^ — Tlie results of investigations carried on by the 
members of the instructional force and students have been nu- 
merous and valuable. In the electro-chemical department an 
extended series of investigations upon the influence of the elec- 
tric current on the corrosion of iron have been made, the results 
of which have been published in a University bulletin, New 
methods of testing and of mating electrical measurements have 
been developed and new fonns of instruments constructed, 
Kew fonns of electrolytic apparatus have been devised of com- 
mercial importance, as, for example, apparatus to be used in 
the corrosion of lend and other metals in the production of paint 
pigments In tlic electrical lalwratoriea, investigations have 

Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUUVH 



Report of the Board of Regents. 



L'niversity of Wisconsin. 



been carried on relating to the economv of Hjnanio constnietion, 
the' eon 9t.r net ion of electric liglit plants, tlie electrolysis of gas 
and water pipes, and certain pliaaes of long distance transmis- 
sion. In the testing laboratory, there are now in progress im- 
portant experiments relating to the strength of combined con- 
crete and steel construction, a subject afl yet very imperfectly 
studied. Experiments are also under way on the strength of 
flat steel plates. 

Tlic professors and instructors are also doing their full share 
in adding to theliteratnre of the profession. Two important 
standard text Ijooka have l>een' pnblished during the past tivo 
years and two otlier works are nearly completed. Professional 
meetings have been largely attended by members of the instruc- 
tional force, and a very considerable number of papers, articles, 
and reviews have been published. 



Several .changes have occurred in the faculty of the College 
of Law during the biennial term. In 1900 Mr. Howard L. 
Smith, who received the degree of A. B. in 18.S1 and LL. B. in 
1885, was appointed Professor of Law. At Commencement, 
1901, Mr. Charles X. Gregory', who for seven years had filled 
the position of Professor of Law and Associate Dean, resigned 
to become Dean of the College of Law in the Iowa State Uni- 
versity. In 1902 Assistant Professor A, A. Bruce resigned 
and was succct:<led by F.iigene A. Gihnore, a graduate of the 
Harvard Xaw School, and at the time of liia appointment a 
practicing lawyer in Boston, ilr. Edmond liay Stevens was 
also appointed r..cctnrer in Criminal Law, 

NKKnS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

The ITniversify must grow as the population of the state in- 
creases and as the needs of the state increase in nnmber and in 
complexity. Both of these forces are at the present time urging 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



University of Wisconsin. 



President's Report. 



the Universitj forward. More than 1,000 stydenta have been 
added to the attendance at the University during the past five 
years, and the increase has been quit*' 8.1 rapid during the later 
years of the period as during the earlier. This addition to the 
number of students requires a constant enlargement of .the 
teaching force. §till more important is the growth demanded 
by the increased demand for advanced education on the part of 
the state. The College of Engineering offers one conspicuous 
illustration o£ this fact, which might be paralleled from any 
other department. The attendance on this college has nearly 
doubled during the past, two years and the increase in numbers 
in the lower classes is such that as they move on to junior and 
senior rank it will no longer be possible to teach in one section 
tlio divisions which have foi-merly Iteen small enough to be 
handled in this way. Large additions must, therefore, be made 
to the teaching force from the mere increase in numbers. In a 
similar way, the increase of students has made it necessary to 
duplicate extensively much expensive apparatus, so that the 
students may be able to carry on their laboratory work. In 
this way has been expcnde<l a large share of the money appro- 
priated for apparatus in this department by the last legisla- 
ture — money which it. was hoped might be applied to additions 
to the laboratory equipment, which should enlat^ it and bring 
it more nearly up to date in its extent and quality. But when 
we consider not merely the immediate demands caused by num- 
bers, but the growth of the college as made necessary by the 
progress of engineering science and by the demands of those 
employing enginoora, we find that even greater demands have 
come fi-wn this souiice thafl from the increase in mmibors. The 
standard of engineering education is rising rapidly. Xew de- 
mands, of which electro-chemistry is only one example, are 
coming forward and attaining such economic importance that 
the University must recognize them, and be equipped to teach 
them thoroughly. Tliua, the expense of maintaining a techni- 
cal school, as well as all other departments of the University, 

Diirizpd.yCOOgle 



Report oi? the Board of Regents; 



University of Wisconsin. 



must constantly rise in order to meet with the increasing de- 
mands of a civilization which depends more and more upon 
highly specialized and technical education. 

It results that the first necessity of the University is an ad- 
dition to ifs income, which shall provide adequately for the in- 
struction demanded both hy the number of students and by the 
kind of teaching required. This adequate provision for cur- 
rent expenses ia the first and great need of the institution. 

The need which, next to this provision for current expenses, 
seems to me the most pressing is a i)n)visioii for a considerable 
enlargement of the University library-. To this I referred in 
my last biennial report, hut the necessity is even more pressing 
to-ilay tliaii it was at that tinuf. Jlore and more, all depart- 
ments of a great university come to depend upon library facili- 
ties, and an adequate provision for books is the first necessity 
for teaching of high grade in. any department, lliroiigh the 
support of the state, the Historical Society is able to maintain 
the library in tiie direction of American history, and, to a con- 
siderable extent, in that of English histoiy. Outside of these 
departnioDts, however, tbc State Historical Society purchases 
Kttlo or nothing, and tlie great collections of that Society, rank- 
ing, as they do, among the first in the world in their own depart- 
ment, cover only a vciy small part of the teaching of the Uni- 
versity, The number of our students and the consequent de- 
mands for teachers have Ijccn such that, while the Kegents have 
for j'oars attempted to proi'ide an adequate fund for the piir- 
cliase of houks, they have never Ix'cn able to do so, and as the 
number of students continnos to increiise it seems manifest that, 
unless s(mie special provision is made for this purpose, the li- 
brary facilities of the University mu.st remain pennanently in- 
adequate. Ko result cmdd be more unfortunate than this. 
Xothing so diminishes the efficiency of a really great teacher as 
the lack of a great library, and nothing would contribute more 
to increase tlie excellence of the teaching of the University than 
would a lai^ increase in the book funil. Two years ago, the 



Fresident's Report. 



i of Tetters and Science received about $4,000 from ac- 
cumulated interest. This the Ilo^nta placed in the book fund 
ai»l it has l)een wisely expended. Yet such an amount of money 
goes biit a very little way when divided among the various de- 
partments, purchasing perhaps a single work, or set of reference 
hooks for each department. JCothing less tHan a large addition 
to the library and a great increase of the annual appropriation 
for books can permit the teaching of tlie University to advance 
in its quality, or to maintain it at the high level which it has 
already reached. 

The increase in the number of students and in the demands 
on tlie various departments requires constant addition to the 
buildings of the University. The engineering building is al- 
readj" overcrowded by the rapid increase in the number of its 
students and in the near future additions mnst be made to this 
stnictur^ and to the machine shops. Tlie central building for 
the Experiment Station and the College of Agriculture pro- 
vides offices and laboratories for. that department, yet other 
structures will lie neo<led in the immediate future for the devel- 
opment of the College of Agnculture. The pressing need of 
the University, however, in the matter of buildings is for a 
chemical laboratory. For a long time the chemical laboratory 
has been over-crowded and, under the rapid growth of students 
in the technical departments, this overcrowding has become so 
great as to make absolutely necessary some new provision for 
the .department. The pivsent laborat<jry is so placed that it 
cannot be adequately enlarged, and it will be necessary to erect 
a new structure. This should be ])lannod on a large scale. Tlic 
experience of all the lai-ger universities shows that the impor- 
tance of chemistry in the economic life of the country, and its 
consequent importance as a subject of instruction, is increasing 
at a very rapid rate. At (^omell Il^niversity, only a few years 
ago, a laboratory was built, which it was thought would be ade- 
quate for a long time. It has now been necessar;>- to double the 
size of this laboratory, and even this enlarged building is aK^QlC 



Heport of the Board of Regents. 



University of WiseoTisin. 



ready overcrowded. In our own TJniversitv the number of stu- 
dents -in eheni|igt.rv has increased at a more rapid rate 
than tliAt of the total nnrnter of students, and mth the 
continued increase, both of the College of Letters and 
Science and the Collt^re of Engineering, the number of stu- 
dents of cheniistn.' is certain to increase rapidly for some years 
to come. At present, important departments of chemistry find 
quarters only in the basement and in rooms originally designed 
for store rooms, and the usefulness to the University is greatly 
limited by this overcrowded eonditiou of the building. Should 
a ntJw building be constructed, the present chemical laboratory 
might well be assigned to the rollege of Engineering, serving to 
relieve in some measure the pressure on tlie present buildings 
and be used also for the eatablislimont of a department of chem- 
ical engineering. 

Besides these wants of the institution which are mentioned 
specifically, tlierc are other wants, singly perhaps not so con- 
spicuous, yet all of them of importance. 

Tlie new central building of the College of Agriculture must 
be furnished and equipped, and a fann machinery biiilding ia 
greatly needed. 

In the College of Letters and Science the development of the 
Pro-Medical Course, which the Rqrents have already begim, 
must be vigorously carried out, if the University is to retain its 
strength in this very important department of instruction. 
The School of Commerce shows by its attendance that it is meet- 
ing a need strongly felt by the people of the state, and, as the 
principal classes in tins rollege increase, with the age of the 
school, considerable additions must be made to its teaching 
force and to its equipment. 

liespectfully submitted, 

E. A. BmOE, 

Acting President. 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



tjNIVEBSITY OF WiSCONaiN, 



AFFEiroiX A. 



The Attendance at the VniTeTsity of Wisconsin. 
1, Xiinilier of Students Dnrin;!; the Past Ten Years. 



College of 


K-93 


J9^« 


.« 


^^ 


«-m 


«.. 


9&-9» 


»W 


00-01 


01-OS 


r^tti-rs nail Sciom-c' . . . 
Mophanlos and Uiifci 


71- 


173 
4* 


22& 
213 

41 


190 
BO 


215 
64 


947 

277 
61 


995 

326 
56 


1.096 

33T 
381 

51 

341 


1,137 

1 

191 
333 


1.176 










K.*ool of I'bormntT.... 


3fi 










SniDmrr Scbuol for Ar- 
tliauB ana Appr^n- 




















1S9 




151 


114 

71 


1 


117 
IS 
«8 


1B7 
M 










36 
■204 


n93 




l^sa twice euuraprntiMl, 


W 


8 


10 






1,287 


1,279 


i,ajo 


1,598 


l.«50 


.767 


1.923 


2,423 3.61S 






^_ 



2. Xuni])er of the Iiistnietional Force. 





i2-«t|KJ-94[9l-K|»-9a X-Vt 


n-« w-mIw-od 


00-01 


01-02 




D 1 1 Zi 2 2 
16 1 23 25 ; 23 23 
9 j lU 9 1 10 M 


49 52 1 52 

24 07 1 2» 

10 10 1 10 


E6 

i 




A!uincinte Pmrenimni ... 


33 






Kcllon-ii" 








176 








! 1 


__ 



If School at Eroiiciink-H nnil PntlMral Bi'lcnre. (hp Roliool 
<1 of Kcliicfltlnii. null the »<'U<ii>l of Conmiori'i-. Tin- ruur 
[1 wllhthi' odipr iVHirwB of thp Collpgi- of I. 



ilona of thp 



IPra ODil SolpiK't' Ihnt thpy rnnnot wpll l>p Hpnnrntpil. 

'.Not Ineludcd In totnls. 

■Thin iHrgp numlwil In diip to the fnci thnt nmny ppr» 
at the ^lunior HprbIoii were nlHo pn-Hpnl In thp n-Rulai 

"""■- """ . IhoBRh prImRrllj' Htnili^tis nrp dni'iiKipil liprp for thp 

■" "— ■ — iH f,f their appnliitiuonl. thoj- nrc rwiulrwl tci 
Ion. Thin nHiulrcniput. howi-vpr. nppllu -' - 
IHPntlf Ihp ahavp pnnni prut Ion '-- - 
liy prlvntp jtprpr 



::xi 



Google 



Report of the Board of RegbnTb. 



University of Wisconsin. 



APFEKSIZ B. 



Changes in the Faculty, 1901. 



Occurring, unless otlii^nnso iiiclicat<nl, on June 30, 1901. 



LOVia W. AUSTIN, rh. D. . 



MnWAHD D. JOXKS, I'll. I). . 



of K.T 



i>inl<-H 



lilt r 



flKORClF. 11. JJOYE8, Th. I* 

AwlKlfint ProfcRmr nf BngllHli. 
WILLIAM II. ItOSKXaTKXdlCU A. SI. Nov. It 1900 

Pniri'WKir of thp <irriuHn 1jiiieiinic<> nixl I.llrr 
inUAXI A. HOHKlt. A. n. »<■].(. 10, 1900 

AmtlHtHDt Prorpnnnr of T^tln. 
NELSON O. WIIITSKY, ('. K. Murcli IT, lOOl 

I'rofcHHor of Itniln-ny lOiiKlnnTlng. 
nOBKRT W. WO(Ht, A. K 

Awilstniit 1'rr.ffamr nf l'liy«ic>K. 



nil A 



• hIM 



LEWIS O. ATIIEIITON, M. H. . 

ASKlmanl In VitIcIimIp A 
AKTlIfH IIEATTY, I'h. D 

Inxtructor lii EhbIIkU. 
IIEKMAN' O. A. BIIAIEII, A. M 

limtrqctiir In Krpiiph. 
■tlll.DKKO A. VASTLH 

Stiiilont ABHiBtniit In Vtpi 
MICIIAML O. CINN-IFK, A. M. 

IiiHtnirtor In Englli-h. 
JORKI'll v.. IIAVIES. II. I 

OLARKNTK W. EAKTMAX, II. 1 

ANiliitnnt In I'byHlrfl. 
ROY R. KOWLEIt. II. « 



..Hf*ignp. 

..RwiKiifi 
..RpBlgunl 



Trrm piplrpd 

Tcnii pxplrwl 

Trim i-xjilrp.] 

Term piplrwl 

TiTni pxplrnl. 

Term psi.lrril 

Di;;-izp.i:-y^iUUVlL 



University of Wiscopai 



Changes in the Facvliy, 1901. 



RUBS&LIi W, IIARGRAVE. B. 9 Tt'rm cxplrwl 

iDxtrui'tor In Mpi'hnnlral Prntrtln'. 
SALLY P. IIAKItlS IV rill ox 111 ml 

AsHliitaiit tn t'lirnliTil Cultarc. 
i;t)\VIN C. IIASTIS'GH. M, S ._. TiTiii usplred 

AaslHtBiit Bactcrlaloerst [n (.'ulk'gt! of AKrlt'Ultiirc. 
KOSALIA A. IIATUKUKLL, H. 8. T.Tiii .-iiilbd 

ARTHUR G. HOPKINB, B. Aer., D. V. M.. V. S. Ktli. 1 H.-nljriipa 

AHBistant in Anlnm! Huiiliaiiiiry and timtriK'tor Id VpterLunry Kdpncr. 
GENSAMRO 8. ISIIIKAWA, M. L .....Tirm Plplrtd 

Student AsslHtant In Gymnasdcii. 
GUSTAVrS A, KLEENE. Ih. D Term eiL|)lr<Ml 

ARsliitant tn Eoanoniics. 
ALADINE C. LONtlDKN, Ph. D ,_ Term eiylri'd 

InslrUL'tar In Plij'slc^ 
FREDERICK W. UEISNEST. B. S Terra expired 

IiiBtrocror In German. 
WALTON H. PYRE. B. I. TiTUi expired 

InBtmclor In Elocution nnd Drotory. 
UEAN'l': B. SWISGLE, B. S Term explreil 

AsalBtant In Bloloey, 
WILLIAM D. TALl.MAN. B. K. Jan. 1 ,...ReBiBUed 

Instruftor In Mnthemntles. 
EDWARD A. TIIlHfBER, A. SI Terra i:xplnd 

ItiKCruetor )n Enfllsh. 
PAUL TRATT Term expired 

Student AxslRtaat In GyiuiiaDtlou. 
LYNN A. WILLIAMS, II. 3. Term expired 

Assistant In Testlnt; Laborutury. 
WILLIAM G. WILLIAMS, l.L. B Term eiiilrert 

Stndeut AsaUtant In Gymnastics. 
KDSON R. WOLCOTT, B. S Term eiplred 

AsalHtant In Pbyslos. 

ALBERT II. WOLTERSDOHF, Pli. G Term expired 

1 ChcmlBlry.'. 



APPOIKTMENTI 



'i\> take effect July 1, 1901. 

■roremtom and Anitliitanl Profpiiiiorii. 



THOMAS S. ADAMS, Ph. n Afislstnt 

ALEXANDER R. IIOHI.KKLI). I'h. D. 

HENRY B. LATHROP. A. R A 

CHARLES E. MKNDENHALL. I'h. D. . 
WILLIAM D. TAYLOR. C. B 



TrTLE. 

1'rofi'BHor of RpiiiinnilcB and StndHtlcs 

ProfeSBor of Gprman 

oelBtu Profeaiior <.t EnRllnh Llleratore 

AgKlMtflut PrcfesBnr ot PliysleH 

Pralcssor nl Railway Englnciorlns 



D,;rizp.l=y^^fOO<^le 



Re POET OF THE BoABD OF EeGENTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



Inmtrurtorm «nd Aaaliitiintii. 

CHARLES E. ALI-EN. B. 8 .^ InMnictor Id Bilan)- 

l<'U>KE.VeE R ALLEN', M. L ABBExlaal Id Mnlbeiuatlcs 

jnSKriI I^ BOKGERHOKI''. A. M AssliiUiit Id (Ktiurii 

IIARRT K. nitADLEY, A. H Student Aaalslnut lu RyninnBtlPB 

ARTHUR C. L. BHOWN, Ph, T» Instructor Id EiikIIhU 

EDOAR BUCKIXGHAM. rli. 1) Inatroi-tor In PLrsk-s 

MAYNARD L. DAGOY, Ph. B Instructor in Rhetoric and Oratorr 

JEROME DOWD, A. M KegldeBt Lei-turer in Sociology 

ALFRED Y, DUBUQUE. A. B Inatnictor In Fpi-ncb 

M1I:NDAL G. FRAMPTON, a. M Imtmctor In EdbIIbU 

SCOTT It. GOODNIGHT, A. M AHBlslnDt In Germitu 

RUDOLPH IIAIITMAN iDStruHor lu TcBtlng Laborntory 

ROBERT B, HOLT. A. B ABBlHtnnt In Frciii-b 

KOSWELL H. JOIIN'SON, R. S ABBlKtHni In Vcitehrate Auatomj 

JAMBS F. SABLE, B. S iDHtruclor III ^IPMcilptlve Ueomclry 

GEORGE R. LAIRD. A. U., O. SI luHtiui-lor In Elocution 

TBOMAS F. McCONNT;LL, Jr Asiiletiint In Animal Huslmudry" 

ALBKRT S. MERRILL, B. B Instructor In Mc.-honlcal EnBlnc<-rlii(,' 

GEORGE M. MILLER, A. M IngtrDctov In Euellsh 

LOJJALLEN r. MILLER. A. M ABslntnnt Id PhjBlcH 

JOHN F. NICHOLSON, B. 8 ASHlsunt In Buctcrlology 

ANNA F. PARKBB. Ph. B AMalMtant In GjniuaBllcB nnd Nurse at 

Cliadbour^c Hall 

WARREN M. PKRSOS^p I). S ABalslflnt In Uiithemallcs 

GBORGIB J. RUGEK. I'll. B Awlstaut lu BloluRy 

HAROLD 8. PETERSON Student ABBlBtont Id Gymnastlca 

HERMAN' 8CIII.UNI1T, Ph. D. ...luHti'uclor Id GeniTBl nuil I'byekal Lnemlatn- 

GEORGE C. SELl.KllY. Pli. D Instructor in HlMtocj 

JOHN W. SHUHTER, B. 8 Instmctor In Electrical EuglncBrlug 

WILBUR O. 8TPHBHD. A. M Instructor In English 

HENRY C. TAYLOR. M. S InRtructor Id ConiDiprce 

BLIA8 H. WELLS, A. M Student AsBlBtaut lu Gjmuasllcs 

FRANK J. WBI.LS, B. 8 1'ustmctor In Agricultural Physics 

FRANK WENNER. B. S AsBlstant Id I'byBlca 

GUY M. WIIX.'OX. A. B AsHUtant In ITiyslcB 

ALLXN A, YOUNG. PL. B ...AsBlutaDt lu Ecouorales - 



Pd.yGoogIe 



UmVBESITY of WiaCONSlM. 



Changes in the Faculty, 1902. 



PKO MOTIONS 

To take effpct July 1, 1901.' 

PrvfcMBon and AnnlHtsut ProfeiBorii. 

BDWABD K. MAUREB, B. C. E From Asaletant rrofoasor lo I'ruft-Bwir 

of MccbanloB 
BALTHASAR H. MBYKlt. PU. D From Asslstaot Profeaaor to ProfeBKor 

or iDBtltutcs ol Commerce 

RANSOM A. MOORE From AaalaUnt AgrlcolturlBt lo AgricullurUC 

PAUL S, HEIN8CH. Ph. D.. LL. B From Assistant Profeaaor to Pvoft-a- 

sor at Political Science 
ERXST K. J. H. Voea Ph. D. ._ From ABaodnte ProrcxBut lo Profeaaor ot 

Gernian Phllologr 

InntraclorB nad Amilataiitii. 

FRANK DEWJlinST From Aaalataot to Iiiatructor In DiilryliiR 

OTTO PATZBR U. L From Aaslstuut to luBtruttor In Freiii-li 



Changes in the Faculty, 1902. 



VACANCIES 



Occurring, unless otliermse indicated, on June 30, 1&02. 

PRESIDENT (?HAl{I,i;S K. ADAMS ReslBiii' 



Profeanom and Analiitanl Prvteanar*. 

ANDREW A. BRUCE, A. B.. l.L. B HpHlgncfl 

Assistant Professor of I^w. 
BMMETT ». QOFF, June 6 Wed 



CHARLB9 H. HASKIXS. Ph. D Rcdlgned 

Professor of European Illator;. 
JOHN 3- JOUNSON. C. B. Jnne Z3 Died 

Dean of the College of .M.i'banlca od.I Fiigln<-evlDg. 

Professar of Rnglneerlng. 
FRANKLIN II. KINO. Dec, 1. IMl Reslgnnl 

Professor of Agricnltnrnl Physics. 
AMOa A. KNOWLTON, A. M RealgQed 

AsBlBtnnt Profeaaor of English. 



Dij-izf 



ry^^-OOl^Ie 



; Board of Regents. 



Vniversity of Wisconsin. 



iDslrnotoPB and AaalalDBtB. 

KA'rtlAIllNB ALLEN, Ph. D Tt-rui expired 

iDBtriictor Id I^atln. 
JO«EPH r,. BOBGEHIIOFI.'. A. M IVrm eiplrii) 

ABolBtant In Qerman. 
&DGAB BUCKIKGHaM, Ph. D. MHy 1 RcslRiieii 

InatniEtor In Pbyslrs. 
JENNIE II. BUTT. Jan. 1 Ilpsleiiod 

gtndont AsslittHnt lu EIol'uHoD. 
F'RANK DEWHIRST Ttrio piplreil 

Instructiir In DalryiiiK- 
ALFRED Y, DUBUQUE, A. B Term viplrttl 

Instructor In French. 
MENDAL G. FRAMPTON. A. M Term ejp [red 

InBtruolur In Eugllsb. 
BUDU FRANKENFIELD, E. E Term eipln'J 

iDHtruPtor In Eleetrlcnl Englneerlntt. 
ROT D. HALL, R. S Term eiplred 

Assistant In Chemistry. 
EHWARD L. HANCOCK, M. S Term esplreil 

AKslBtflDt In Mm hematics, 
ROBERT B. HOLT, A. B Term expired 

Assistant In French. 
JAMES K, KABLE, B. S Term expired 

Instriictor In DeserlptlTC GiHtmetrj-. 
ARTEIUR A. KOCH, B, S Term eipired 

l^ljomtorf Aaslstaut lu Quantltntlve Analysis. 
OTTO E. LESSING. Ph. I> Term expired 

Instructor In Germnn. 
ORIS 0, LIBBV, Ph. D Term eiplreil 

Inatractor In Illstury. 
GEORGE M. MILLER. A. M !.,..Term eiplred 

Instruclor In Euellsh. 
JOHN F, NICUOLSOK, B. S Term expired 

Assistant Bacteriologist. 
ANNA F, PARKER, Ph. B. Jan. 1 Resigned 

Assistant In GymuaHllcs auil Niirse at Chadbuuruc IIhII. 
WILLIAM O. RICHTMANN. I'h. G., B. S Term Piplred 

CHARLES E. ROBERTS Term expired 

Inntruftor In Music. 
EDWARD E. SANDH, B. S Toru^ cxplrert 

Instructor In Civil Engineering. 
HERMAN SCHLr.VDT. Ph. D Term expired 

Instruetor lu Genernl andi Physical Chcmlalry. 
ROSCOB H. SIIAW, R. R ..,, .Term expired 

WINIFRED TITUS, B. S Term eiplred 

Assistant In Chemistry. 

Di;;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



U:tlVKl{81TY CIK WiSt'OXSIS 



ChaiHjcs in the Faoilty, IVOJ. 



ALFRED VmAX. Th. G TiTin piplml 

Asslsrant i'h^iuist vt (hp KipcrlDiput Stntlon. 
RLIAS EI. W?:L1,S. a. U Tpnu piplrrd 

8t<]<l<>n( AKKlsiiint In (lymumitlrK. 
FRANK WENXEK. B. » Terra pxplml 

AsKixranl [u l1i:ral>-8. 
ALLVX A. TIUNU. m. B T«rm <-i|ilrf>d 

Acsliitiiut In Uruucmilni. 



APPOINTMENTS 

To take effect July 1, lit02. ., 

ProfcfiiicirB and AnalHtant ProfcAnnnt* 

-VAME. TITLE. 

ErriENK A. CilLMOItE. A. II.. I.I.. B ABRislaiit Trofi'sticir nf I.fin 

<'HAKI,E» K. LKITil. I-h. D AM-li-tnlit I'rofpKHor of <ii-<iloKJ- 

IIAVA r. MrXBd. A. M l"rnrrii(ior or Ei!ni|io«n lllnlnry 

JAMES II. fill U.I I'M. It. K AwlKtBuI Trr^foiKnr or M>-<'ba>ili'Hi llrawinv 

KMII. i>. HAXnSTEN'. M. X Ar^icUto Prnr.'Hsnr ur Ilr>rt1<'ultar<' 

KDMIND R. STEVENS. 11. 1„. LI,. B Lfflurer In ITImliial L«w 

Iniilrnrtprii hidI AxulHlnnlB. 

MAKTIN F. ANIJKLI.. B. S A.'wlsUnt In I^i.Tnira 

AKTHTlt BEATTY. m. D luBlrurtor In EiiRlldll 

■\VAUREX J. BISIIor PtiiilPiit AsflKtnnt In (Jj-umBiitlni 

HERMAN G. A. BKAl'EV. A. M InMnn-lor in French 

EI.IAS A. BItEIlIX hiKtiuclnr in MhfIp 

JOHN v. DROWN, M. S ABfllMiiut In A)trirullor«l ChpinlKtry 

KDWIABD A. COOK. B. L. (H yenrl InMrurti.r in KnRlivh 

GEORGE J. DAVIS, Jr., C. F~ Inslnit-tor In Civil EngliiivrlDR 

IIEXUV t-OX.-B. S Instru<'tr.r In'Blulocr 

CHARLES II. IIANDSriLlN, I'b, II .• InHtrartor In Gt'rniau 

EDWIN G. IIASTJNGH. M. S AfniKlaul BictprluloKliit 

WILEY J. IIUIIDLE. A. B Asslwtnut In llifmlirtrr 

EDGAR B. IirTrlllXK, Jr.. M. S A«il«liint In Qiinutltiitlve Clipmlrnl 

AnnlyKlK 

WILLIAM Il.JiEM-Y. I'll. 1; As«lMliint in rlijKlpii 

WILLIAM (i. KIKCIIOEFEK. <'. E Inslni.Hir 1u Civil EiiElnwrlnR 

ALFRED E. KI^XDERT. I'll. C. AMiatnnt In I'liarniiiiTutlrnl Cliruili'trr 

MARION U. LAMIIXT AK«lHHinl In ElociilloQ 

. MAX O. LORENZ. A. B AMnlMant In EriinoilllCB 

FREDERICK W. MEISNE8T. B. S Inittriic-tor la Gprninn 

ADAM V. MILLAli. M. S ImttriK-Mr In Dcurrlr.tlTi. Gpnnu-dy nnti Mp- 

clifinli'iil Ilrnwlne 
(lEORGE A. OLSON. B. S ABslalant In AttrlculMirnl Chcnilalr.v 



Uiiiversity of ll'isconsin. 



." E. PATTKN, I'h. H Imtlrudnr lu ClipiiilHrry 

WALTER D. PATTO.N SlmlriK, ABslstaut In r.^uprat Chpnilstrj- 

ULRiril 11. THILLIfS. Til. 11 in«ru>-tnr Id IllKlot]: 

A>-NIK M. PITMAN, A. B AHBlKtant In Lalln 

PAITI, F. REIFE. Ph. D lustrui-tor lii fii'miiin 

GKOItCE A, WUTT. B. K IiwtriU't<ir In KliTtrlOHl EiiRliiPcrInK 

AllTlirU H, «i;i-.MOl'I[, SI. I Iii«trn<U.r lu FreiiPh 

(JEOIKIE C. SIIAAD, B. K InHtnii'Iur In i:ii'('trli'nl EiiRlnpi-rliiK 

EAItI.E M. TERRY. A. B AfMiitBUt lu PbjiilrH 

I1AL8TEN J. B. TIIOItKKI,»<IN. U. V. InHtruitor Id Sli-nui EnKlnn^riiis 

OHARLES A. TIRRAI.8, Jr. SMiirtrut ABBlstnut lu Cbcmlrtry 

ELSBMTH VEERIIfSE-V. A. It Awa»tanl lu OerinoD 

AHTHl'K S. WHEKI.lvR. A. B AssiBlnnt In KngllsU 

JAMES U. ZIMMKRMAN Stnili'ut AHKi^Iiiut In A|ii>lii>a Elei-tro-CtiviulKtiT 



PBOStOTIUNS 

Tu tako effect July 1, 1U02. 

Pr»rt»ii>i>ra niiil AmiliilRnt rrofeiworii. 
iJKtnut I 



CAIll.. K. FISJl, Ph. D. 


F 


.11. Iii-«ru.-tor 


GEOHOE ('. FiSKE, I'll 


1' 1 


roni InBtru<lo 


AHTtlVB W. RICHTKI 


M, v.. 


From As 



iHtnut ProCeHjuir to I'l'cifcHSor of 
EiiiiTlun-iitnl EiiBliu'erlnp 
GRANT SIKm'KKMAN. I'L. II Fniui lUHtrucl.ir ro AKHlntitul I'lufcHBor iil 

SAMITFI. E. SPAKLI.M;. I'll. 1> FiMiii IiiKiriu-liir In A«»lBlniit ri-..ri'Kxi)i- i>( 

I'olUlcRl Si-ltnt-P 
ANDREW R. WillTKOX. B. S From AHi'lstnut Pmfc-swir l<> IToti-shiir d 

AgrlPiilInnil Pliyslca 
OLlVEIt U. ZIMMI':i{MA\. M. V. Fi-oni lUHlrm'tcn- In AHHistaiit I'ri>f<'ssi^r of 

Machine Ili'alju 

FM)RKN<:'K K. ALI.EN. M. I Fltim AwIMimt Ir. Iiinlnictiir In Miithvniatl.-J 

BI>¥D II. BOIll':. I'h. n From AshIkIiiu) to hiKlnii'Iiir In Phlloiuiplir 

FHEDBRir I'RANKKIKl.l* Fniiii AhbIhIiiiiI to Inntruttor hi Ili.rtlcnltni* 

AWTIIVR R. i'HATIKIIiNE. H. B...Fr<pin A»[.tBtniit to liiMnnloi' In MntHMiuitii-a 

TI10MIA» F. Mr con sell. Jr From .AiiMlKtuut I" InslriTc'tor lu Animal 

IlUHlmudr? 

I,0\-AI,I,KN F. yil.l.HII, A. M From AsslMtniil to iuslmptor lu Physli'n 

WARREN- M. I'ERSOXS, B. S. ...From A»i.li.tiint lu Inwlnirtor In Mnthi-raallcS^ 

HI;Y M. WILCOX, a; M From ASBlwtiint to InKtrnrtor In PbydlCB 

IIEXRY V: WOLFF. M. !< From A>'«lstiinl to InsIi'iK-lor lu Xlntlieuiatlcs 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



UnIVKKKITY of WjfJOOKSIN. 



lie}?oi-t of the Board of Visitors, 1000-1001. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, J900 01. 



hJadlBon. Wla., April 23. 1901. 
To the Board of Regents of the UnlveTslty of Wisconsin: 

On behalf of the Board of Vlaltora of the L'niverslty for the current 
year, i hand you herewUh the reports of the various subcommittees of 
the Board, which were approved by the Board at its meeting held April 
tl. 1901. AC the same meeting the following resolution was unani- 
mously adopted: 

Hesolved. That the Board of Visitors cordially endorse and recom- 
mend to the attention of the Board of Regents the recommendations of 
the sub-committee on Student Life of Women In regard to the erection 
of an additional cottage and the filling o^ the office of IDean of Women. 
Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Jons B. Wisslow,' 

CAoirman. 



To the Board of VlBltora of the University of Wisconsin: 

Your committee on Graduate Department and Summer School sub- 
mit the following report: 

Oraduate courses are offered In twenty-si 
continues to be a. steady growth In these c 
attendance. 

One hundred and eleven students are enrolled as compared with 
ninety at this tldie last year. 

Thirty-nine colleges and universities are represented. While about 
one-half the number la composed of students from our own University, 
which Is to be expected and deelred. representattves are to be found 
from the NatlMial University of Paris, University of Toronto, Univer- 
sity of Tokyo, University of Japan. University of Chicago, Harvard. 
Yale. Brown, Smith and Vassar, and many others. 

The steady growth of the department and the fact that students from ■ 
so many institutions of prominence In this and other countries are seek- 
ing the opportunities here presented of original Investigation and re- 
search are the best testimony of the character of the work done and the ' 
eminence of the Instruction force. 

The Summer School has been merged Into what is known as the Sum- 
mer Session of the University. Tg the courses formerly included there 
have been added during the last two years those providing for ele- 
mentary, advanced and graduate Instruction throughout the range of 
subjects ordinarily covered by the faculty of Lietters and Science, 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^J 



ooi^le 



Repoet of the BoAiin of Kegentb. 



Vniversiiy of Wisconsin. 



Tbe effect of presenting advanced University work has been an in' 
cre<tse In the attendance and a stimulus toward higher attainments. 

Of tbe total attendance of 334 more than half consisted ot auperfn- 
tendenis. high school and grade teachers, a much larger numt>er than 
attended tbe former Summer School. The work done was largely ele- 
mentary aRd undergraduate though the amount of graduate work was 
satisfactory. 

Tbe Instruction and courses of lectures given by distinguished men 
from other Institutions In addition to the work of our own faculty ren- 
dered the Summer Session of 1900 very successful and notable. 

For ambitious students wba desire to flnlsb tbe University course In 
three years, for those studying for state certificates, for students or 
teachers wishing to do graduate work, and for specialists In blgb school 
work tbe advantage of the Summer Session cannot be overestimated. 
(Signed) Caiibie Bakeb 0.*kes, 

Chairman ; 
Cabrie E. Bdwahds, 
M. S, Frawley. 



To the Board ot Visitors of tbe University "of Wisconsin: 

The Committee on Grounds and Buildings, Including Libraries and 
Museums, submits the following report for your consideration. 

The growth of the L'niverslty has been so rapid that niany depart- 
ments are crowded for room in spite of the new buildings erected and 
the extensive repairs which have been made. 

The School ot Agriculture has had nothing tike the room It should 
have to carry on this Important work. Students have been refused ad- 
mission for tack of room, and the work done has tieen carried on under 
disadvantage for the same reason. The Importance of this department 
to the state Is so great, that It can poorly afford to economize in provid- 
ing sufficient room for its pupils. 

Tbe building occupied by the School of Chemistry la also much too 
small. Tbe lecture room cannot accommodate those who would attend. 
and the laboratories are crowded beyond reason. These departments 
are of such practical importance that Immediate relief Is urged, 

ibe magnificent new library building provides ample room for all 
students who use the library. It places the great historical collection 
so completely at tbe disposal of tbe University as to make It one of the 
most valuable collections ot books for University use to be found in the 
country. The public spirit of tbe state has never expressed Itself in 
such a splendid way as in tbe erection of this library building. It has 
set the standard in architecture and It is hoped that all future build- 
ings erected on University grounds may he brought as nearly as possi- 
ble to this standard. 

The grounds of the University arc naturally as beautiful as any In 
the country. The need ot a competent landscape artist has been sadly 
evident in tbe past. There has heen no comprehensive plan towards 
which everything has tended In th^ erection of buildings and tbe ar- 
rangement of grounds. 

Vve are glad to note that the (services ot landscape artist have now 
been secured, and it Is hoped that he may he given large liberty In his 

Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUUVIL 



BepoH of ihe Board of Visitors, 1900-1901. 



work. One bulMlne should not be out of harmony with another. An 
incongruity or thle kind la a detect which cannot be remedied. The 
style of architecture as well as the arrangement of grounds and location 
of bulldiDge should be a part of the general plan. The most wonder- 
ful thing at the Columbian Exposition was the harmony between build- 
ings. and,lietween grounds and biiUdingB. Nothing like It was ever seen 
before. It was the product of the, genius of Frederick Law Olmsted. 
Such B plan should be secured for the liniverslty of Wisconsin. This 
out of doors art la a most Important part of education. It will have a 
profound effect upon students. 

It is the opinion of this committee that auch buildings as the His- 
torical Library and Gymnasium, costing nearly a million dollars, should 
not be made to front a ball ground, but should have the finest setting 
that can be given them In the way of landscape art. The lower campus 
Is the Urst that meets the eye of the visitor and It Is unfortunate to 
have tltls, as Judged by the past, the most poorly kept of any part of tbe 
University grounds. The University of California, through the gen^ 
erosity of Mrs. Hearst, has plans, the result of a world contest among 
great artists, the most complete and beautiful ever devised (or a unl' 
verelty. 

Landscape art has produced the greatest artist In America. It baa all 
the dignity and value of architecture and when properly combined with 
It, will bring a larger returm tor a given expenditure than can he se- 
cured In any other way. 

(Signed) E. G. Updike, 
M. Barrv. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON COLLEGE OF LAW, SCHOOL OF 

ECONOMICS, POLITICAL SCIENCE AND HISTORY 

AND SCHOOL OF COMMERCE. 

Hon. John B. Wlnslow, Chairman of Board of Visitors. University of 

Wisconsin: 

Dear Sir;— Your 

the above departmi 

The BulM;ommittee met on the 12th of February last and commenced 
ita work of Inspection with the College of Law. It was met by the 
Dean. Hon. E. E. Bryant and who afforded every facility for the com- 
mittee to get aif Intelligent Idea of what was being done, with the little 
time at band. The classes of the Dean and Professors Gregory and 
Bruce were visited, and the committee very much pleased at the Inter- 
est manifested by the students. The work set out and required of 
them iB well calculated to develop tbe resources of the dullest and must 
result In the continued graduation from the School of strong men In the 
profession. We were informed that the text-book and case methods 
were being used In the school and which 'we believe should produce the 
desired result of reaching a full and well rounded preparation for the 
practice of law. The committee has nothing to recommend where every- 
thing appears carried on to the highest point of achievement, and can 
only add that, with the school being kept up to Its present state of 
efflclBDcy, Wisconsin will be found at the front with the leading law 
schools of the country. 

Tbe School of Commerce was next visited and where we found Prof. 



ogle 



Report of tke Boakd of Reoexts. 



Universify of Wutcoitsin. 



Scott In charge. The possibilities of this department cannot be over- 
eBtlmated anJ It would seem that It only required to be properly 
brought before the people or our state to be utilized. In this day and 
age of "new things" and among which perhaps commerce stands In 
the front, the Idea, of a school of commerce teems well timed. While 
still !n the experlmiental stage. sutTtcIent has been developed to demon- 
strate the wisdom of the founding of this course for our young men and 
from which we hope to see the result of well egulppeil business men Cor 
the future Industries of our commonwealth and that there will be In- 
stilled Into our business life not only a higher educational quallflcation 
hut side by side with It that culture and breadth of vision that will 
render the prosecution of business on a higher plane of sound morality, 
than the mere pursuit of wealth, and tend to close up the dangerous 
separations so frequently occurring In the commercial life of the nation 
between capital and labor. Your committee feels that no more Im- 
portant branch can be found In the University than this same School of 
Commerce, and can only suggest that Its existence and possibilities 
should be made known to all our people. 

The want of sufflplent time prevented a visit by the full committee to 
the other departments but Messrs. Sheridan and Qlttlngs expected to 
call later and from whom a supplemental report may be forthcoming. 

Your committee feel that In a limited visit of a few days much cannot 
be known of the actual workings of ia Institution like the University 
of Wisconsin, but feel that it was greatly assisted by those In charge of 
the several departments and from all of whom there was received most 
cordial and consld>irate treatment. 

Wisconsin should feel proud of the present high attainment of her 
University and no expense should be considered too great to maintain 
at Its acquired standard of excellence. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Dated March 15, I'JOl. (Signed) M. Barry. 

CItairman. 



Hon. John B. Wmslow, Chairman of Board of Visitors, University of 
Wisconsin, 

Dear Sir; — Your committee to whom were assiened the inspection of 
the manner of conducting the finances of the University would report: 

That after a most painstaking effort 6n the part of Secretary Riley, 
to thoroughly inform the visitors'wlth the entire system of keeping 
the accounts of this vast institution, from the first step in the purchase 
of sunplles until the final cheeking of the executive committee of the 
Board of Regents, we were impressed with the fact that there does not 
appear room for the most exacting to suggest the slightest improve- 
ment. Such a system of checking and counter cheeking, (taking noth- 
ing for granted). Is perfection Itself In this department. The Secretary 
had the temerity to promise that before the committee got through Iti 
examination, every member of It could make an Independent inspection 
of the books and Inform himself of the exact condition of every ac- 
count therein, and the promise was well kept. We feel that the State 
of Wisconsin is greatly Indebted to the Board of Regents in managing 
the fiscal affairs of the University and that in turn the Board la 



»^iUU' 



.yn 



University of Wisconsij', 



Report of (he Hoard of Vutllors, 1900-1901. 



fortunate In having (or its right hand a man of the ability and integ- 
rity of Its present secretary. 

(Signed) M. Babbt, 
Dated March 15. 1901. Chairman of SulhContmittee. 



Hon. John B, Winslow, 

WlacouBln. 

Dear Sir: — It has been a. source of great regret to your committee that 
the time which It could devote to vlsitine the University has been so 
limited, especially as we feel that the Department of Mechanics and En- 
gineering, as It tfMiay exists at the University, Is worthy of the attention 
of every citizen of the State. Too much cannot be said in praise of its 
faculty and the work accomplished by them ; It may be safely stated that 
no other department of the University ranks higher than that of 
Meclianlos and Engineering and the graduates of this school have 
made for themselves, through this country, a most phenomenal 
record for ability and thoroughness. 

Through the liberality of the last Legislature, a beautiful and most 
complete Engineering Building has been constructed and Professor 
Johnson deserves great credit for the thorough and economical manner 
In which this appropriation has been eipeuded. Bui a fine building 
Is not aufflclent for the education of the youth of the State. It requires 
In addition to this an increase in the corps of instructors and apparatus 
of all kinds to teach the best and most advanced mechanical practice 
and Ideas. Your committee therefore strongly recommends that the 
additional appropr'.Etion ash'-d for by Dean Johnson from the legis- 
lature now in seealon. be granted 'him In full so that the beautiful 
new home can tie put li. effective use and provision be made for the 
rapidly Increasing r.umber of scholars. 

The Summer School tor Apprentices and Artisans Is also heartily en- 
dorsed by your coniintttee as a class of work especially tending to pop- 
ularize the work of tne University and extending tne usefulness of the 
Institution. 

The broader the scope of the University, the greater its usefulness to 
the Individual and the State at large. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Ai'o. H. Vooel. 

Chairman; 

J. P. MORHOW. 



To the Board of Visitors. University of Wisconsin: 

Your committee has been much interested in the work of these de- 
partments. It has no criticism to offer, but the warmest commendation. 
A large number of students are to be found here and they manifest e 



jogle 



IIei'ort of the Hoakd ov Reoknts. 



V niversiifi of Vi'isconsin. 



thuslasm In their work. The departmeDt of Physics has to deal wltb 
nearly one-ftfth of the whole student body — and the courses otFered are 
very popular. 

ihe department of Chemistry has to deal with a large body of stu- 
dents, and Is conqtelled to do Its work under great disadvantage. It Is 
greatly In need of a larger building. The present building was erected 
when Chemistry was looked upon as of no great practical importance, 
and when its technical and commercial relations were not at all under- 
stood. The chemist today Is in demand by many of the moBt Important 
manufacturing interests. A great demand for increased instruction baa 
come to the University, and with its present facilities It Is unable to do 
the best work. 

It is hoped that in the near future a building may be secured targe 
enough to provide ample accommodations (or this department as well as 
tor Agricultural Chemistry and the School of Pharmacy. 
(Signed) B. G. UpuiKt. 

Blizabetii G. Pkckham, 
D. T. Dbnmam. 



Milwaukee. Wis.. April 18. '01. 
The committee on ABtronomy and Mathematics desire to report that 
the various deparLments to which they were assigned were visited, 
classes were heard and con versat ions held with professors. The work 
in alJ these departments was found to be not only satisfactory but 
highly Kratifying. The instruction was of the highest order and of 
the moat approved methods, and the attentlon~of the students was suffi- 
cient evidence of its quality. Our conversation with professors revealed 
no special need of apparatus or facilities of any kind in these special 
departments. 

(Signed) D. T. Dexman, 

Mrs. Cakkie B. Oakes, 
M. S. Frawlkv. 



REPORT OF SUBCOMMITTEE ON MODERN LANGUAGES. 

To the Board of Visitors, of the University of Wisconsin. 

Your committee, from the Board of Visitors to the Stat« University, 
to whom was referred the subject of Modern Languages, respectfully 
submit the following report: 

It is interesting and gratifying to note the gradually increasing full- 
ness and thoroughness of all departments of the University from year 
to year. This is demanded by the advance in science and our constantly, 
enlarging conceptions of educational methods. 

In this change, which has been brought about by increasing knowl- 
edge, tbe department of Modern I^anguages hfts necessarily shared; but 
not to the extent, in the judgment of your committee, of most of the 
otner departments. We refer especially to the insignillcant place that 
French still holds in the University course. Judging from the number 
of students, attempting to do real university work, who pursue the study 
of French, it is evident that this subject Is not in a flourishing condition. 



Univeesity of Wisco:^8in. 



Seport of Hie Board of Vmfors, 1900-1901. 



French 1b not required for admission In kay couFse; only a single year's 
Btudy is required in any course. Not only has It na recognized existence 
as a pre-university study, but it is not even begun In the freshman 
year. Moreover, a growing proportion of the stu4eDtB postpone the 
single prescribed year of French to their junior and even until their 
senior year. As a result, the work in old French and French literature 
finds very few students and none that are competent. Indeed, the 
study of i''rench at the University can hardly be said to exist, except so 
far as It-ls required as a tool for the pursuit of other branches. 

A comparison of the status of German with that of French leads 
your committee to the conclusion that the so-called Modern Clasaicai 
course Is a misnomer — it is Bimply a German Latin course. 

The reasons fof this are apparent. Wisconsin la eminently a German 
state and a very large proportion of students have a traditional attach- 
ment to the language and literature ot Germany. It also poBsesses 
practical advantages, while in our state, French can maite little appeal 
on this ground. The French language, nevertheless, must be regarded 
on a par with the German as a means of culture. The extreme richness 
of Its literature, Its universality both in ancient and modern times, the 
delicacy of expression, the subtlUy and clearness of thought, which are 
peculiar to It, — all combine to claim for the French language a promi- 
nent place in any university course. And lastly, we must remember the 
great historical fact voiced by Guizot, that "there is hardly any great 
idea, hardly any great principle of clvlHzatlon which has not bad to 
, pass through France, In order to be disseminated." 

With an enthusiast at the Jiead of the department, your committee 
sees no good reason why a genuine interest cannot be aroused' In the 
study of French. We would like to see a change in the course, which 
will place the study of French and the study of German on a par. ^Ele- 
mentary French would thus be brought down to the freshman year and 
two full years In French would be required. 

Our reaXlons with the Spanish speaking countries are greatly Increas- . 
Ing the advantages of a linowledge of the Spanish language and we may 
socHL see the necessity of Increasing the facilities for study In this de- 
partment. However, In the Judgment of your committee the provision 
for the study of Spanish, Italian and Norse Is at present fully equal to 
the needs o( the Institution and of the state. 

in conclusion, your committee wishes to commend most highly the 
character of the work, which was being done in the classes visited and 
also to thank the whole body of faculty and students for the uniformly 
courteous treatment and help that we received In pursuing our Investl- 

(Signed) M. S. Frawlev, 

H. M. YOI'MANS. 
Eil.IZADETH G. PECKHAM. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

To the Honorable Board o( Visitors of the University of Wisconsin, 
Your Committee on Ancient I^anguages submit the following report: 
No material changes are noticeable since the last report. 
The departments are well conducted, and thorough, systematic in- 
struction Is given in all the tines of work pursued. 

Respectfully submitted. 

(Signed) Carrie B. Oakes. , waoIp 
E. G.Updikk. •^'^-'^^i'^ 



.Uepokt of the Boakd of Regente. 



Univcnity of Wisconsin. 



To the Bo&rd of VlaltorB o* the tlnlverslty of Wleconaln. 

Ladles and Gentlemen;— Your nommlttee, assigned to the duties ot 
visiting, Inspecting and criticising Horticultural and Physics Hall, and 
Observing the work being pursued there, herewith submit their report, 
which is, perhaps, unfavorably Influenced by the unfortunate fact that 
all the members have not been permitted to participate In the Tlalta. 
The third member failed to receive his appointment until long after the 
organization of the general committee, and by reason of enforced ab- 
sence from the state, at the time designated for the visit to the Uni- 
versity, we have been deprived of his observations and assistance. 

There has to t>e etlmlnated from our report any detailed statement 
respecting the horticultural garden for a reason which readily presents 
Itself, viz.; That the visiting committee does not undertake Its duties 
until the close of the season of seedtime and growth. The five acves 
devoted to horticultural purposes are shown by the results to form an 
important feature In the general scheme of this department. Those 
giving their attention thereto have jnade a showing that will appeal to 
all who investigate, and find Interest in, the subject, and It may be felt 
that a larger number of acres might be advantageously devoted to this 
purpose; but as the labor of tilling Is greatest during the month wh(<n 
students are absent there Is no other provision for the assistance that 
would be required. All the land that can be practically devoted thereto 
under the present circumstances Is the amount stated. 

The products are disposed of in the surrounding markets and from 
this B«urce there are considerable returns. They are duly accounted 
tor and the money received from the sales, as Is customary, has been, 
we are Informed, covered into the state treasury. 

While the work of experimentation and practical production as here 
carried on under the intelUgcnt direction of those In charge of the 
college, is of great interest and far-rpaching benefit, the essential thing 
Is the actual work of instruction, and this appears to us to be prose- 
cuted with a good degree of energy, and under conditions that undoubt- 
edly give excellent results. The most sprious drawback is the lack of 
space and proper room in the building. The 198 students enrolled are 
compelled to meet In contracted and improperly ventilated apart' 
ments. They are crowded beyond reason. Yet, our observation teaches 
us that, happily, the zeal of the large number of eager young men {and 
the very limited number of young women) attending does not 'permit 
the unfavorable surrounding to discourage them. Under the Influences 
of Profs. Goil and King and their courteous aHsistants, a fine body ot 
students Is acquiring imeful knowledge, which must have an important 
bearing upon farming Interests throughout the state In the future. It 
will redound to the general advancement, materially speaking, while 
contributing in an appreciable degree to the finer and esthetic laatea 
that develop from a knowledge of the branches of study under con- 
sideration. 

Recurring to the subject of the very few women attending in thia. 
department, your committee would state that, while there are but two, 
they make up in intelligent attention and devotion to the work in 
large measure for the lack of numbers. Efforts should not be spar.ed 
to encourage a much greater attendance, Just as soon as the tacllltieB 
will warrant. Tlie presence of young women students In thta depart- 



T\:,!j^ 



ITxiVEiisiTv OF Wisconsin. 



Report of Ihe Board of Visitors, 1900-1901. 



ment Is desirable (ram every point of view, and there are Iiundreds who 
would derive Inestimable beneflte from the training afforded In the 
College o( Horticulture and Physics. Their presence would dignify the 
worn and render more aatisFactory the instruction given there. 

One of the lady students. In response to a question as to whether she 
pursued all branches, said: "We, or thai la I, take all the work except 
stock judging, and I llhe the course so well, would take that If I had 
the strength." 

Regarding a course In Domestic Science, the same student said: "1 
believe a course in Domestic Science, like that in the Minnesota Agri- 
cultural College, would be of great va.lue. and serve to bring many 
young ladies to the college." 

Your committeemen suggest that If this result could be attained, a 
beneBcial Influence not at present enjoyed, as fully as It might be, 
would be assured, and our state would derive lasting and diversified ad- 
vantages. 

Again referring to the lack of room—this prevails not simply In the 
main class rooms. Itut as well In the departments devoted to demonstra- 
tion In preparing the g«iund for crops, seeding, planting, etc. Perhaps 
this work Is of as much practical value as any undertaken, and the 
facilities ought not to be restricted. They should be ample In every 
respect. Also In the "forcing house" there should be double the present 
capacity In order to obtain the best results. Here are produced by 
students vegetables In sufEclent quantities to meet a considerable local 
demand. The flnanclal returns, your committeemen are assured, would 
annually pay the Interest on the cost of enlarging the present structure 
to double Its present capacity, besides leaving aometuing over to apply 
on the original cost. The amount of money involved In such Improve- 
ment would be ffom $600 to $1,000 according to the material utilized In 
construction. 

Your coq>mltteemen feel that this feature Is of sufflcient Importance 
to warrant the recommendation that the project should be taken up at 
an early date. 

Instruction in the department of Physics Is carried on in a practical 
way. and under conditions calculated to Impress the Importance of the 
study upon the prospective agrlculturiEts. The lessons and experi- 
ments are rendered interesting by numerous devices, and those who 
grasp the subjects and learn how to make proper applications of the 
information acquired, must of necessity be much better equipped for 
their lite duties than those so unfortunate as not to enjoy these ad- 
vantages. With the constant progress making in agricultural pursuits," 
there Is a growing necessity on the part of the farmers to understand 
the art of applying the various forces, as gravity, electricity, 
steam, etc.. etc. The greater the skill in this direction, the greater the 
probability of success. For illustration, so many forms of engines are 
utilized in prosecuting farm labor, that one not equipped to profit by 
their Intelligent use. Is at a disadvantage In numerous instances. There 
can. therefore, be no question of the utility of a careful siuciy of Physics 
by the farmer boy, and the advantages will be enhanced as time goes by. 

Recitations are ccrried on In all departments from 10 to 1 o^clock 
each day, and on Tuesday, and Thursday, there are additional recita- 
tions from 2 to 4 o'clock. 

Your committeemen will say in conclusion that they were pleased by 
their observations of the workings of the departments of the University 
in question, and are gratified to report that so far as the limited oppor- 
tunities afford foundation for correct judgment, they believe there are 



ogle 



Keport of the Board of Regents. 



University of \Visconsin. 



generally good results flowing from the work of those who are directing 
the affairs of the College of Horticulture and PhyBlcs. 

(Signed) H. M. Youmans. 

Chairman. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION. 

The School ot Education has been visited by your committee and 
found to be doing most Important work. It Is carried on by able men 
and has an enthusiastic body of students. The committee has only 
commendation for method» used and results secured. 

It would recommend that 'a school (or practical and experimeatal 
work be establisbed. This has been done In other Universities with 
good results. The student is thus brought face to face with concrete 
facts and Is not left simply to theory. 

(Signed) Carrie E. Epwardr, 
E. G. Ufdikk. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTB ON SCHOOL OF MUSIC. 

To the Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin; 

Your committee finds that the new quarters of the school of music 
are satisfactory In most respects. Som*; additions in the way of extra 
doors and a double floor to deaden the sound as well as some device to 
render the floors more sightly, would be appreciated. 

The enrollment of the school is 182, This does not Include the con- 
siderable number of students of the Ciillege of LiCtters and Sciences 
who are taking some of the courses In Music as electives. 

There are about 2n students practicing at the Ualvarslty, every avail- 
able piano being In use from S a. m, to S p. m., and some even later. 
This gives 54 hours for 25 students, without allowing any time for re* 
pairs, use of pianos for lessons or other necessary Interruptions. This 
does not make any allowance either for an Increase In the number desir- 
ing hours for practice. It Is also a fact that students are encouraged 
to make their own arrangements for practice elsewhere as far as pos- 
sible. 

The University owns 13 pianos. Of these 3 are in public halls, one In 
the girls' gymnasium and one la the girls' society hall, so that only 8 
are available for practice. Of these two are wholly unflt for use and 
were condemned two years ago, but are retained In service simply on 
account of needs. ■ 

The School of Music furnishes four additional pianos for Instruc- 
tional purposes, but of servlbeable planoa for practice the University 
Itself owns no more than it did twenty years ago. 

We recommend that two new pianos be provldefl for this department 
to take the place of the two unflt for use. The assistant In the School 
■ of Music la paid J400 and his work varies from six to ten hours a week. 
The claases in Harmony which we visited are large and as the recita- 
tions in this work necessitate written exercises every day, the correc- 
tion of these papers is no small task. 

Professor Parker has calls upon his time for public meetings, for 



Univeksity of Wisconsin. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, 1900-1901. 



clubs and choruses, for I nstru mental work with eingte puplU, and claae 
Instruction. Therefore, in order to afford him some appreciable relief, 
we recommend that the appropriation for an aselstant be Increased to 
$1,200. This would command the servlceH of an able Instructor, who 
would devote the major portion of his time to tbe work. 
Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Cabrie E. Eowards, 
E. G, Updike. 



REPORT OF SUBCOMMITTEE ON STUDENT LIFE OF WOMEN. 

■ To the Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin: 

In considering the Student Life of Women, your Committee has found 
that, on the'whole, the conditions in ChadiKiume Hall, as well as In the 
sorority houses, are both attractive and wholesome. The students thus 
provided for, however, number only one hundred and fifty-three out of 
ttvo hundred and thirty-eight women. Of those remaining, one hun- 
dred and eighty-nine are living witb parents, who in many casea have 
moved to Madison that they might make a home for their children 
during their college life, and one hundred and ninety-six are scattered 
through the city In hoarding houses. It Is for thla class that your 
committee has been seriously concerned, feeling, as It does, that the 
girls of from eeveateen to twenty who come to Madison to profit by the 
advantages of tbe University, should be offered a place of residence 
that would give them something of the protection and supervision that 
would be theirs at home. That such protection would be appreciated 
is shown by the fact that Chadbourne Hall Is far from being able to 
accommodate those who apply for pla!:ea. Since the rooms tn this 
building may be retained from year to year. It follows that the Hall is 
filled almost entirely with advanced students, while the freshmen, who 
most need Its shelter, are turned away and forced to take what they can 
And outside. 

Being convinced that these outside students are, in many cases, living 
under undesirable conditions, the committee, after consultation with the 
Acting President, as well as with members of the faculty and of the 
Board of Regents, presented a bill In the state legislature ashing for 
(20,000 to build a cottage on the University campus, for the use of 
women. This bill was passed by tbe Spnate Committee on Education, 
hut was lost In the Committee on Claims, Feeling that the matter 
would receive greater consideration if It came with more authority, the 
committee recommends that the Board of Regents ask the next legisla- 
ture for a sum sufficient to provide such a cottage. 

The resignation of the Dean of Women, in the spring of 1900, has 
been felt as a real loss by the students. That she filled a need In the 
University was shown by the daily requests for advice to which she re- 
sponded, and It therefore seHras desirable that this office, which has 
been vacant during the present year, be again fllled. 

Your committee feels that, as soon as practicable, a. course in Domes- 
tic Science should be offered. This would give the women of the Ual- 
. verslty the same opportuni^ for practical training In the business of 
life that is already enjoyed by the young men. Such courses have 
been highly appreciated in other universities. 

April 1, 1901. 

(Signed) Elizahetii G, Peckham, 
Cabrib B. Edwards, 



Carrie B, Oakes. 



\^iW 



ogle 



Kepokt of the Board of Reobni's, 



Uuwersily of Wisconsin. 



Hon. J, B. WlDBlow, Cbalrman Board of Visitors, University of Wis- 
coDsIn, Madison, Wis.: 
Dear Sir: Student life of young men in the University furntehed a 
fascinatiDg field of Inquiry. Prominent among the several features of 
the University Clearing upon this topic Is the 

0YMS^Asn;M 

and the out-door athletics closely connected with It. 

The cominlttee inspected the gymnasium and its appliances and waB 
present during the hour or clasB instruction in physical culture. It was 
manifest that the Ijniversity ofTers excellent advantages for physical 
culture and in that respect recognises the value of this rorm of instruc 
tlon as important to preserve and bultd up students physically. The 
discipline of the mental powers is greatly aided through the develop- 
ment of the muscular system. It may reasonably be expected that the 
management of the University will give the measure of attention to 
this line of worl< demanded by the student life. 

It was apparent that the department is under competent management. 
System and thoroughness characterize alt of the work done. The fact 
that participation in physical culture is made compulaory during the 
first and second years of the course Is worthy of commendation. Phya- 
ical culture !s of such intrinsic value to students, who are obliged to 
apply themselves cloaeiy to atudy, that its advantages should be denied 
to none. Hence, provlaiocs should be made for those who, for any 
reason aside from physical inability, are unable to attend the regular 
exercise. It appears that the gymnasium facilities are severely taxed 
to accommodate the large attendance. There is a present necessity for 
a larger number of lockers tor use of the students. 

The committee witnessed a game of football at Camp Randall. The 
college spirit exhibited on this occasion was strongly partisan for this 
form of physical contests, and Indicated that athletics are atrongty in- 
trenched in student life. It was apparent that this branch of athletics 
is not inconsistent with good worlt in the class room. Caution ts 
always necessai'y lest too much time is consumed in the preparation 
(or such contests. However, there is no ground for present apprehen- 
sion on this score. The desire for games demanding vigorous exercise 
is not confined to university circles. It exists in nearly every village 
and city In the state. The participants In games of this character are 
among the brightest and most promising of high school students. 
Their bias for athletics will naturally ttiduce them to attend colleges 
where they may compete for such honors aa athletics offer. The Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin nee<l8 such students, hence it is prudent to keep the 
University well in the lead In athletics. Field athletics supplement 
the work of the gymnasium and both operate to give students strong, 
vigorous physical constitutions. This Is as essential to success In ac- 
tive life as the same ciualitles of intellect. 

It was observed that improvements are necessary to make Camp 
Randall suitable for athletic games. The surface of the field is soft and 
swampy and is presently in need of Riling in with soil to give it flrm- 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



UmvERsrTY OF Wisconsin. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, 1900-1901. 



The Committee attended an exercise ia mlUtarf drill. Id tlila work 
there should be as near approach as practicable to the standard of In- 
BtructioD In actual military life. Any lailty on the part of the officers 
may be discovered In the slovenly movemenlB of the students In exe- 
cuting orders. The management should endeavor to create an en- 
thuBlasm for the drill that will result In the attainment of a high de- 
gree of proficiency, otherwise, the benefits of the drill are largely 
diminlBhed. The ofBcers In charge appeared to be actuated with a de- 
sire to secure such discipline. The visit was made in the early part of 
November. It was too early In the school year to pass Judgment upon 
the results accomplished by the department 

LrrERARY SOCIETIES. 

The committee visited the literary societies hnown as Athena and 
Hesperia. and observed the work of the students In debate 6nd parlia- 
mentary practice. The societies were conducted with skill and in a 
business-like manner. The debates showed thorough preparation lead- 
ing to the conclusion that the literary societies constitute a very im- 
portant feature of university work. The Incentive to gather. Informa- 
tion and the skill acquired in presenting argument combine to develop 
Independence and self reliance. The Interest manifested by the mem- 
bers gives promise of the maintenance of the high standard of pro- 
flciency ia debate that hae won so many honors for the University of 
WisconBln. 

Student lite in fraternities is the subject of popular criticism which 
is mostly of an adverse character. It was not an easy matter to obtain 
information relative to fraternity Influence to confirm or refute such 
criticism. This question. was approached in an unbiased spirit. Mem- 
bers of the faculty and others were interviewed. The conclusion 
reached Is'to the effect that much of the outside criticism of fraternity 
life la based upon wrong premises and upon utterly erroneous con- 
cepUon of the functions of the university. 

The supervision of the [Tniverslty Is not that of a reformatory Insti- 
tution. Its field of action Is placed over young manhood at the time 
when fleif control and self-management must have full scope In the true 
development of the student; the close watch and discipline so essential 
and necessary and practicable In the home school can have little office 
here. Indeed that period In school life is past and If such discipline 
has been neglected at the time when it should have been used, the In- 
fluence of university life can only act in a limited measure as a cor- 
rective of the life thus neglected In its early training. Of course there 
must be no winking at, or toleration of, such flagrant immoralitlea as 
drunkenness, gambling or licentiousness, but the same should be care- 
fully looked for and when found, whether In fraternities or elsewhere 
among students, suoutd be stamped out by expulsion of the victims. 
The fraternity Idea seems to be, largely, a demand of the social life 
which wealth has set apart for itself and that as such it assumes an in- 
offensive form to those not so situated. An attempt to change this con- 
dition would be as fruitless as to try to work a change In the like con- 



: BoAnn of IIegents. 



UnivcrsHy of Wisconsin. 



ditlons wfafcfa obtain at the honiea of these students, ajtd would doubt- 
leee be regarded as an Impertinence. The stream con never rise above 
its Bource and we simply have In the social element of these fraternities 
the exact condition of society which Is present In every city and village 
fn the state. We may deplore it as much as we please, but It 1b the con- 
dition confronting us and no amount of theory of equality can change 
It. 'Ibe objection which receives tbe largest attention outside Is. tliat 
the poor student Is placed at a great social disadvantage. But he is not 
attending the University tor social culture In that sense and he can 
only stand upon hie dignity as a. man as he was compelled to do at home 
under like circumstaDcee. 

The fratemlties are firmly established In student life and must be 
recognized as such. Toeir influence for good or bad rests with the 
members of each fraternity. The advisability of becoming a. member 
is wholly a matter of parental discretion. A parent who permits his 
- Bon to afflllate with a fraternity, if such there be, whose members are 
largely of the class of students who are in school, not so much In con- 
sequence of their own choice as in obedience to authoritative direction, 
is solely responsible for the resulting evils. The university should not 
tie made the scapegoat tor the parents' shortcomings. A fraternity 
constituted of youn)^ men. animated by a desire to excel In university 
work, will necessarily exert a wholesome influence upon student life. 
There are fraternities of this character In the university and these 
should not he made to share the odium of others whose members are 
not actuated by sucb praiseworthy motives. Present conditions In 
fraternity life require that the faculty exercise more thad a passive su- 
pervision. . InBuences that result In vicious and indolent habits should 
not be tolerated. Upon their discovery, resort should be had to drastic 



The cost of attending the University is a question of growing In- 
terest. Parents are inquisitive as to it and young men. without means, 
learn of the reported Increased Apendlture with a good deal Of regret. 

The matter of fees makes some difTerence to ail atudent^and, to the 
self supporting student, tlie fees constitute a very materia] item. A 
fee Is required for the enjoyment of almost every privilege and the 
tendency Is to Increase them from time to time. As an Illustration, a 
charge is made for the privilege o[ a r'unge in the water tank in the 
gymnasium. Though the amount Imposed Is very small In some In- 
stances, the required payment will often bar from such privileges the 
students who are without financial backing. The imposition and In- 
crease of fees should be avoided unless the interests of the university 
make them Imperative, and In that case they should be imposed with 
hesitancy, thereby reducing to a minimum the ground lor any suBplclon 
to the effect that rone but wealthy students are welcome, or wanted, at 
the University. All classes of students should have access to the Uni- 
versity at a minimum cost to them. 

The coat of living everywhere has gradually Increased and it must 
be expected that the maintenance of students at Madison will partake 
of this general advance. It Is also to be noted that tbe number of stu- 
dents has Increased rapidly taxing the accommodations for board and 
living rooms In the vicinity Of the University. This of Itself would 
have the effect of increasing living .expenditures. However, it was ap- 
parent that an expenditure of (350 per year la aufficifent for all neces- 



Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUU' 



.yn 



llepoH of the. Board of Visitors, 1000-1901. 



Bary expenses of a atudent. All eums In escess of this amount are, aa 
b. rule, for luiurlea tnat, in all probability, would be ijenled studenta at 
their bomes. It la vastly more of a misfortune to a student to be taxed 
with the expenditure of Ij.OOO per year in the University than it is to 
defray the neceaaary annual expenses with the modest sum of (300. 

Under present conditions, the necessary cost to maintain a student at 
the univeraity is not eiorbltant. The management of the university is 
in no flense responsible for the gradual Increase that has tawen place nor 
(or the excessive aums used up by students whose parents are not wholly 
free from an indiscreet generosity. 

Respectfully. 

(Signed) James A. Shgbidak, 
M. Barrt, 
M. S. Fbawley. 



To the Beard of Viaitora of the University of Wisconsin: 

Your Committee on Farmers' Institutes; the Farm and Dairy In- 
struction, be« leave to report as followa: 

The first meeting of the committee was called In August at the time 
of holding the Dane County Farmers' Picnic, which is held yearly upon 
the University Farm and under the auspices of the College of Agricul- 
ture. These gatherings are liberally advertised, noted speakers are an- 
nounced and reduced rates by rail are given, as an inducement for 
farmers to attend them, and thus be brought Into closer relation with 
the school and more readily understand the object sought by the ex- 
periment station and the results obtained. 

An exhibit Is made of the products of the farm, the best breeda of 
stock are shown in "their stalls all plainly labeled, and the many experi- 
ments in crossing and feeding are explained by gentlemanly attend- 

We were very favorably impressed with this method of disseminating 
knowledge of the iiractical worhinga of the College, and we recommend 
the extension of this method of advertising and suggest that means be 
devised by which visitors From^a distance could procure refreahments on 
the groundfl.- 

In September two members of the committee met at the State Fair 
and inspected the exhibits of the Agricultural College. The Dairy ex- 
hibit was particularly fine, but its good effect was lost by an over- 
crowded building. A eheflse factory on a small scale was shown in 
active operation, but it was placed in a corner of the building where 
but few could see it at a time. The Horticultural exhibit was a revela- 
tion; all doubts of the wonderful possibilities of Wisconsin as a fruit 
growing state were removed. It was an inspiration and a 5u8t source 
Of pride to the friends of the school. But again the space was too lim- 
ited tor a proper display. 

The Short Course In Agriculture was represented by an exhibit In a 
tent that blew down the first night of the Fair, and waa thereafter In 
a state of partial collapse. 

Toe Cooking School which Is held in connection with the Farmers' 
Institutes yearly, was held tn a temporary building that waa badly 
lighted and the leasons sllmly attended. 

4 Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUUV 



; BOAUD OF REaENTS. 



UniveritUy of Wisconsin. 



All theee adverse cIrcumatanceB under which the exhibits were made. 
Buggeated the thought In writing to the President of the State Board at 
Agriculture, "Why not a separate building for the College exhibit?" 
Hts reply Is as follows: 

"Your suggestion that the committee recommend to the Board of 
Hegentfl that they put up a building on the State Fair grounds for Agri- 
cultural College exhibits is a good one and receives my hearty ap- 
proval. 1 feel certain that the present management would grant space 
for such a building, and do all In their power to help the matter along. 
In talking with Prof. Henrv about this, 1 find he looks upon the prin- 
ciple ot an agricultural exhibit at the State Fair with much faror, but 
rather thinks that the State Board of Agriculture should furnish the 
building and a certain amount of money should be granted by the Re- 
gents for making the exhibition." We note with pleasure that a bill is 
now pending In the Legislature for an appropriation for such a build- 
ing. 



The bill to create the Farmers' Institute was ably drawn, but the legis- 
lature that passed it, threw It as "A Sop to the Parmer." It was de- 
signed as a sedatlve,-~an Inducement for him to hold still while other 
interests were being fostered at bis expense. But they bullded better 
than they knew. What waa a Jest Is now an earnest conviction. The 
Institute Is an Important factor in the educational work of the state, 
and is regarded as a model by other states that, later, have beep 
awakened to the importance of a knowledge of the latest and most scien- 
tific methods of wealth production. We have heard them criticised; 
we have heard It said that the benefits derived from them are not com- 
mensurate to the outlay: and. in consequence, we have sought pear and 
far for a. verification of the truthfulness of such charges. Clrculare 
have been sent to wide-awake progressive farmers who attended Insti- 
tutes last year, and we have personally solicited opinions from those 
attending this year. In response to our queries there has come only 
one comment, "More Institutes." 

The charge is made that a two days' Institute but once in nine or ten 
years is certainly Inadequate if they are designed to instruct The con- 
ductors of the Institutes do not claim that the Instruction given Is ex- 
haustive; it Is suggestive rather. The time is too limited, the tonics too 
numerous for more; but the gist of every topic Is clearly and forcibly 
presented by an expert and discussion follows. Diacuaslon awakens 
thought, thought begets experiment, and experiment leads to better 
methods. 

The crowds that attend these Institutes, which are limited only by 
the size ot the hall where held, the Intense interest manifested, the notes 
ta,Ken and questions ashed are in themselves a refutation of the charge 
of Inefficiency. If not. observe the silos built: the creameries sjid 
cheese factories established; the more scientific methods of feeding 
that are now practiced; the more intelligent Hse of fertilizers: Increas- 
ing quantities and better fruits: less waste; healthier and better bred 
stock, better schools, better homes and a greater degree of contentment 
among the people. Surely the money is well invested! Their benefits 
are Incalculable. 

The annual appronriation for the work is but 112,000. The expense 
of printing the Institute Bulletin Is, for sixty thousand copies. $6,000. 
The advertising in the Bulletin nets $3,000, leaving $9,000 (or the Instl 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUUVK 



Univehkity of Wisconsin. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, 1900-1901. 



tute proper. Formerly the railways, which are directly beneSted by Im- 
proved methoda of farming, provided free transportation to the Inetl- 
tute WorkerB. The anti-pass law now prohibits this. Fare must be 
paid, and the net amount tor employing experts Is wholly Inadequate. 
The state could well afford to pay (25,000 a year lor this form of edu- 
cational work. We have but warm words of commenaation for the 
present manaigement. Notwithstanding his crippled resources the su- 
perintendent Is constantly on the lookout for expert workers. Fre- 
quent changes are made and those who are experts this year may be 
conductors nest year. This is a constant stimulua tothelr best work. 
We have but few criticisms to make. One Is th"at th? practice of hold- 
log tnld-wlnter fairs in connection with the institute should be discon- 
tinued, or the superintendent should expressly stipulate that they be 
held In a building separate from that in which the Institute is held. 
They, when held with the Institute, create disorder, distract attention, 
are used for local advertising purposes, add nothing to the Institute 
proper, and are a doubtful means of winning attendance. In one 
instance the Institute was but a contingent, and a failure. 

There are localities, we think, where a three days' Institute could be 
held proBtably: one session of the third day to be conducted by women, 
for women, and the other session for teachers, parents and children 
and conducted by the state or county officers ol education. 



The OfDclal Bulletin of the Institute is a stenographic report of the 
proceedings of the annual "Round Up" of the institute work tor the 
year. At these "Round lips," held In one of the larger towns of a dif- 
ferent quarter of the state each year, all the Institute workers, the In- 
structors In the Agricultural College, and the prominent farmers of the 
state ineet and discuss fully all farm topics. The report is published In 
book form and It constitutes an up-to-date hand book for the farmer. 
This we believe Is the only publication of its kind In the Union, and 
Its worth and popularity is shown by the continually growing demand 
for it. It is furnlshcfl free to those attending the Institutes, and It is 
sent to other residents of this state upon receipt of postage, 10 cents. 
It Is sent outside the state for 25 cents, in paper, or 40 cents In cloth. 
Of this year's issue, there has already been sold 1200 worth, and It has 
been sent all over tbe Union. The profit from these sales. It Is said 
about off-sets the loss by complimentary copies that must be sent out. 
As an evidence of the favor with which it is received abroad, we ap- 
pend two orders received on tbe same day, March 28th, 1901. 
President University of Wisconsin. Madison. Wis.: 

Dear Sir:— We have in our library Wisconsin Farmers' Institute Bul- 
letins No. 6. 7, 8, 9. 10, for the years 1892 to 1896 Inclusive. They are 
the neatest and most valuable of anything In their line I know of. and 
I very much desire the complete set. Will you kindly let me know how 
tney may be procured, 

I am very truly. 
(Signed) FRAN'S A. Htrro. Librarian, 

Dept. History and Political Science, 
Oklahoma Agri. ft Mech. College, 
Stillwater, Oklahoma. 



Iry^^.OO'^Ie 



■ TJIE BtUFtD OF KeGESTS. 



I'nivrivify of Wisconsin, 



N. S. Kobayashi 
Aeahi-Nejip. 

P. O, Asahlgawa 
Kamikawa 

Hohaldo, Japan. 
Mr. George McK^rrow. Supt Farmers' Institutes. Madison. Wis, 

Dear Sir: — Will you please send me a copy o( Wlacooain Farmers' 
Institute Bulletin No. ]4. cloth-bound, and I remitted to-day 40 rents by 
our foat Office money order for It. 

I thinli it is the most valuable one for our dairy farming and both 
practical and scl^ntlflc. 

[ hope you will send tne your Bulletin every time had published. I 
shall not fgil to send money tor them. 

Obliging for your trouble, I remain 
Sincerely yours. 

(Signed) N. S. Kobavahiii. 



The Cooking School is a decided success. We have made close In- 
quiry among those attending, and all unite in its praise. The Instruc- 
tion given at these schoofe Is necessarily very limited. Two afternoon 
seBBlons oF three hours each Is all that can be given them while held 
as DOW, In connection with the institutes. They are simply suggestive 
of what might be done and a practical demonstration of what can be 
done. The attendance at these schools which averages about two hun- 
dred, the Intense interest manifested, and the warm words of commen- 
dation with which they are received-, coavince us that there is an almost 
universal demand for a course ot domestic science in the University. 
when the necessity for these schools would soon cease to exist 



The sub-committee on the Dairy School report as follows: 

I nnd that the department was taxed to its utmost capacity to ac- 
commodate the number of students In attendance. The work of the De- 
partment is divided into four distinct branches. One-fourth of the stu- 
dents are given instruction in each branqb of the work for one week 
and then a shift is made. By this arrangement three weeks' Instruction 
Is given the students in each of the four sections during the term of 
twelve weeks. This arrangement seemed to be both practicable and 
profltable. I am unable to say that the terra of twelve weeks is of suffi- 
cient duration to make the students proficient In this line ot work. I 
was assured by the professor in charge that this time was ample to give 
the required instruction. The fourth department or section ot the work 
was recently added and consists ot practice In handling and setting up 
of the machinery usually found In the cheese and butter factory. I con- 
sider this a valuable addition to the Instruction afforded by this depart- 
ment. It Is reasonable that a butter maker, who has charge of a 
factory, should be familiar wilh the parts as n-ell as with the principles 
Involved in the operation of the machinery he is obliged to manage. I 
believe the extr^ expense involved In Klvlng this mechanical instruc- 
tion will prove an excellent Investment, and that the Instruction re- 
ceived there will very materially benefit the farming element through 
the more efficient management of their cheese and butter factories. 

Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUUVIL 



siTY OF Wisconsin, 



Report of ihe Board of Visitors, 1900-1901. 



The skill acquired by the students In making the tests redound to the 
advantage of patrons who employ the graduates ol thia school. I 
must also DOte with approval the fact that the University inspects the 
work of Its students in the factories In their charge. This not only en- 
courages the student but enables the faculty In this department to bet- 
ter shape their Instruction to meet the needs of thia class of pupils. I 
was deeply Impre^ed with the value of the Instruction that I noted In 
this department. 

' The chairman begs leave -to add that ot the 120 students attending 
this school, 119 of them were men, — there is but one lone representative 
of the female aex; and yet. woman is by nature peculiarly adapted to 
this work. Recently at one of the Farmers' Institutes, a lady Instruc- 
tor whose subject was dairying, was asked to urge the young ladies 
present to come to the dairy school; to choose a vocation that ted to 
proflt. Independence and permanency, rather than one that led through 
a normal school to a doubtful existence. She did so, eloquently and 
forcibly. In less than one hour thereafter, a delegation ot young ladles 
called upon tier at her hotel and thanked her tor the Buggestlon. and 
assured her they would follow her advice. There are 2.600 factories In 
this state and the school has sent out but TOO graduates. It aeeros to 
be a great field for woman's work. 



Relative to the Agricultural College as a whole, our suggestions are 
contingent upon the passage of the bill now pending for an appropria- 
tion to erect a suitable builijing for the college. It the bill falls to 
pass, there can be no progresa. The number of pupils admitted must 
be limited to counties In proportion to their population, as it Is now 
done In apportioning Farmers Institutes. 

We would recommend: 

1st. A thorough course In forestry and road-making. 

If it is the province of the college to teach how and what to aow, how 
to reap and cure the crop, what stock to raiae and how to raise It, In 
short, to perform all the economic operations of the farm, it certainly 
is the province of the college to teach a more thorough knowledge of 
that which, we think la the foumlation ot success in agricultural pur- 
suits — an abundant water supply throughout the year, and quick trans- 
portation. 

It has been aaaerted by long time residents of the so-called rainless 
regions of the west, that precipitation la Increased by tree planting. 
It Is quite probable that it has Increased, but the- quantity and Its 
consequent good effects has probably been overestimated. Direct 
measurements are almost Impoesible to make, and therefore, statistics 
are wanting. But in a country where any rain falls, tree planting and 
tree protection are beneficial, as they prevent destructive storms at seed 
time and the prolonged droughts of harvest time. 

Vermeule. in hiS geological survey of New Jersey, aaya: 

■■Humus In'the forest forms a great sponge, and of Itself holds a large 
amount of water, while It and the inequalities caused by tree roots, 
tc. tend to prevent the water flowing over the surface and the roots of 
trees provide channels by which the water percolates Into the aubaoll 
■readily. In this way the foreat will easily absorb a larger ai 
water than the open land, and tends to render floods less freqi 

If we examine the eastern slope of the Alleghanies where at oi 
dense forests covered the fills, and whose valleys were the gardi 



^bogle ' 



Report of the Uoabd of Regents. 



Universily of Wisconsiji. 



of America, we will find Indisputable evidence that forest e 

the bed-rock of kpriculture. Commiasioner of Forestry Rothrock o( 

Pennaylvania, says : 

"Excessive evaporation In any country means disaster, because either 
crops or streams or both, must suffer, and in tlie general economy of 
the country we can afford to tolerate no reduction of either. Wa have 
never fairly faced the fact that in the state of Pennsylvania there are 
at this hour from six to eight thousand square miles, whtch once yield- 
ing fair returns, no longer yield an adequate compensation; and of this 
area, fully a halt is wholly unremunerative. it is a striking commen- 
tary upon our methods that this deplorable condition has been brought 
about by our total disregard of well established economic laws. For 
all these impoverished lands there is but one hope, It must be restored 
to a forest condition." 

Would it not be well for our college to arouse the young farmers to a 
realization of the fact that similar conditions will soon prevail in Wis- 
consin, and that they alone can prevent it? The area of water evapora- 
tion is increasing, and the area of water- retention Is decreasing; which 
means that we are menaced by the dangers of destractive floods and 
parching droughts, and the inevitable resultant, an Increase in the 
virulence of disease germs; malaria and typhoid follow the floods. 

But it is said with the improved machinery greater acreage is re- 
quired. If is the province of the college of Agriculture to teach the 
farmer to use less acreage, — to farm deeper rather than broader, "to 
make two blades of grass grow where but one grew before." The 
poetical ring of the woodman's axe, and laws that encourage it, mark 
the decadence of agdculture — are the premonitions of death. 



The farmer of to-day by use of modern machinery, a greater acreage, 
better stock and Improved methods has greatly Increased the produc- 
tive powers of his farm; and the railroads by better roadlieds, larger 
cars, heavier engines and quicker hauls, have brought his local market 
correspondingly nearer the centers of trade; but the connecting link 
between the two, the public highway, is as it was In the days of our 
fathers, a waste place between two fence-rows. "No Man's I.And." All 
crops shojild pay, but few crops do pay over had roads. At the begin- 
ning of the last century 90 per cent, of the population of the United 
States lived in the country, to-day .'J6 per cent, live In the cities and 
towns. Then the necessity for quick transportation was not so great; 
there was little to haul as there was little sold. "'The working out" tax 
system prevailed; the work was done by hand at the convenience of the 
farmer, and the roads were necessarily very primitive. But the con- 
ditions In trade have changed: a good road is a business necessity. 
The great manufacturing centers, the cities and towns, must have the 
products of the farm quickly and cheaply, and the products of our 
mines and mills which are taken in exchange, must be transported to 
the farm just as quickly and cheaply. The benefits are mutual. For 
this reason we believe that state aid In making roads Is a matter of 
Justice; and If this be true, then to teach our young men the use of the 
best machinery and the best methods of road-making Is the state's duty. 

What of the future? The number of pupils enrolled in the Agricul- 
tural College in ISSC was 2W. this year It is 435 and all indications 
point to a still larger attendance In the near future. In another four 
years there will be over 800 pupils enrolled. Upon what do we base our 



University of Wisconsin, 



Report of iU Board of Visitors. 1900-1901. 



The condition of the farmer is rapidly changing. The creameries and 
cheeae factories, and the comparatively cheap farm machinery has re- 
lieved the farm of much of the drudgery that prompted the boys to seek 
other avocations: the telephone that IB Hpreading like a net-work over 
the whole land Is breaking the monotonous isolation of the farmer's 
life; the rural free delivery la bringing to bis door many of the con- 
veniences of the town; and the boy is staying at home. Mis la becom- 
ing the ideal life. He apprpclatea It; he is reading; he is thinking; he 
Is seeking means to still further improve his condition, and he has a 
growing appreciation of the value of scientlflc knowledge as hlB aid. 
No other occupation is so dependent upon science. He has to deal 
with chemistry, botany, mechanics, animal and plant physiology and 
hygiene, heat, cold, moisture, and insect, animal and vegetable life, in 
all iU forms. As he realizes this he turns more and more to the Col- 
lege as the source of his educational nSeds. Teaching the elements of 
agriculture in the public schools but creates a thirSt which the College 
alone can slake. 

We have been running madly to the over-crowded professions; the 
trend of our education has been to teach boys to live by their wits 
ratuer than by their works. But at last we recognize the necessity of a 
change,— If the republic ahall live. A republic can eiist with a virtuous 
people only; virtue Is a product of industry, and IndustrlouB habits 
must be formed In youth. 

The tide has turned. With the beginning of a new century, we see 
the dawn of a new era of education. AH over the land we see a mighty 
movement in favor of tne practical In education. Invested wealth 
needs It and labor unions now demand It. ^.abor is being dtgnlBed. All 
this means an unprecedented influx to our Agricultural and Mechanical 
Colleges. Then what? 

(Signed) J. F. MoBRow. 
' J. A. Shesidan. 

J. C. Hatward. 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



Rkpoht (IF THE BoAiin OF Regents. 



Universiiy of Wisconsin. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, 190J-02. 



MadiaoD. Wis.. Apr. 15. 1902. 
To the Board of Regents of the University of WlBconsfn: 

Gentlemen: — The Board of Visitors o( the Univerefty for the year 
1901-1902 beg leave to report that, at a meeting held on tbe 15th da.y of 
Apr]]. 1902. the attached reports of the sub-corn m I ttees of this board 
were adopted, as expresalng the opinions of the Board of Visitors upon 
tbe various subjects embraced therein. 

Especial attention was desired by the Board to tbe recommeadatlon 
contained In the report of the sub-committee and the "Student Life of 
Women." witb regard to the establtahmeat at a School ot Domestic 
Science. 

The Board alao adopted the following resolutions, to-wit: 

1st. Resolved. That the Regents be respectfully requested to appoint 
the Board ot Visitors tor the ensuing year at once, or at least before 
the meeting of the Regents held at commeDcement time, In order that 
tne next Board of Visitors may be able to organize and comrdence Its 
work before the session of the Summer Sfihool. 

2d. Reaolved. That It Is the sense of this Board that something should 
be done to Improve the condition of th:; lower campus In front of tbe 
State Historical Library building. The ground In Its'present condition 
is most unattractive and presents a had setting for the beautlfiil 
buildings that face It. It Is the understand lug of this Board that Mr. 
SImonds of Chicago, a landscape architect, has suggested a plan by 
which tbe ground could still be used for football practice at certain 
seasons of the year and yet be screened by shrubbery and beautlBed. 
It is respectfully suggested that If such Improvements can be made it 
will add to the attractiveness of the University grounds. 

3rd. Res'ilved. That It is the sense of the Board of Visitors that the 
Law Building should be used exclusively for the School of Law. ex- 
cept those rooms required (or the accommodation of the business ofllcc 
and the Board of Regents. 

Re3pectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Jno. B. Wixslow. 

Dated Apr. 15. 1902. Chairman. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON MODERN LANGUAGES. 

March 31, 1902, 
To the Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin; 
The committee on Modern Languages offers tbe following report; 
We And that this department of the University offers a wide field for 
selection both as regards extension and intension, breadth and depth. 
All demands for the proper training of specialists to teach English, Ger- 
man. Scandinavian. French. Spanish and Italian, as well as for prepar- 
er; -iz?.) :,'*^iUUVIL 



! 



Ukiveksitv of Wisconsin. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, 1901-1902. 



ing men for practical business, consular service and other Oelds are 
receiving tnelr due attention. 

Some or the divisions of this department, (especially the German.) 
have fine collections of books (or seminary work and also the begin- 
ning of a good collection of books for the teachers' course. 

We note that there Is variety and breadth fn the courses offered, and 
admirable planning of the work by the heads of the respective divisions. 
Students may elect courses which pay special attention to translation, 
or to conversation, or to composition, or to cuUure, or to methods of 
teaching, or to use of the language in scientific research, or for practi- 
cal business. 

The class work showed, plan, system, thorough preparation, and fore- 
thonght on the part of the instructors. A variety of methods and 
devices were used to Interest the student In the thought of the text, 
thereby guarding against his becoming a mere translator without refer- 
ence to the thought embodied. 

The class work was further characterized by constant conversation 
In the tongue studied and the use of actual literature by all. even the 
beginning classes. The close attention on tbe part of the students to 
the class exercises gave evidence of their Interest In the work. 



In our judgment, this department is overworked. There are 909 stu- 
dents In the different German classes. Instructed by ten Instructors and 
profegflorH. Four of the ten Instructors are carrying on post graduate 
studies tor the attainment of higher degr&es and can therefore devote 
but a portion of their time to class Instruction. The remaining In- 
structors and professors have to instruct, on the average, from three to 
(our classes daily. This Is too much, considering that most of it Is 
advanced work which requires research and special preparation on the 
part of the instructors. Much of the advanced work must be given In 
the form of lectures, and these, if they are to be made Interesting and 
brim full of reliable up-to-date information, require that the Instruc- 
tors must not be burdened and over crowded with mechanical and 
routine work. There are as many as forty students In some of the 
German classes. In our judgment, such classes should be limited to 
from twenty to twenty-flve students. 

The rooms (or the German department are very inconvenient In their 
relative location and arFangement. Prafessors Voss and Hoblfeld who 
must confer on many matters are separated from each other by several 
recitation rooms. As no hall connects these rooms they cannot reach 
each otter's rooms without going through other classrooms while 
classes are reciting, or by going around on the outside of the building. 
Neltber Prof. Hohlteld nor Prof. Voss has a. private room or ofllce at- 
tached to his class room. These two professors have not even their 
own recitation rooms for their own uae during the entire day, for one 
or more hours they must surrender their rooms to some other instruc- 
tor who has no classroom of his own, while they meanwhile must seek 
refuge In the library or elsewhere. In case they return a little before 
the close of the recitation period, if they do not wish to disturb the 
class In session, they must wait In the hali until the class is dismissed. 
This seems poor economy, as the profeasora must waste valuable time in 
traveling hack and forth. This time they could well employ In pre- 
paring for a coming recitation, In looking over written work, or In af- 
fording their assistants or the students an opportunity to consult them j 
on matters relating to the work. Di"-iz?.| : -^^lUOQlC 

I 3 



IIei>ort of the Board of Regents. 



University of Wiscotisin. 



Another Inconvenience In the building, in our Judgment, 1b to have 
chemical rooma on one end o( the building in the upper storj. In 
place of this ft would aeem better to give these rooms to Instructors of 
some of the other modern languages, or else to move the German de- 
partment to other and better auarCera, and surrender the entire buUd- 
ins to the pharmaceutical and other allied departments. The Uot- 
verelty has now 9ix classes In elementary or preparatory Oerman for 
the beneUt of those students who have had no Oerman la the hlgb 
schools and who are required to have some Oerman before they can 
complete the University couraes which they are purautng. It would 
seem that the University ought to be saved this time and expense for 
proviuing instruction in preparatory German, In a state in which ao 
large a proportion of citizens are of German parentage. The prepara- 
tory Oerman ought to be relegated to the high schools where it prop- 
erly belongs. If the instructors who are now devoting their attention 
to the teaching of preparatory German could give this time to the teach- 
ing of advanced Oerman. the Oerman department In our university 
with some additional aaaiatants could be made a strong attraction to 
the students from other etatea who are seeking to apeclalize !n this 
line, and without doubt many students of this class would Qock In from 
the Burroundlng states. Considering that we have within the borders 
of our State a. very large number of young people who have had the 
necessary preparation to do advanced work In German, — a number 
probably unegualed in any other state of the Union, — it shows that we 
h^ve the essential foundation for building up a Oerman department that 
could stand head and shoulders above aimilar departments among the 
great universities of the country. Especially could this be accom- 
pllsned If the well-to-do clllzena of German parentage continue to con- 
tribute financially to the upbuilding of this department. They have 
made a good beginning by the donation of a fine collection of books for 
seminary work and by the establishment of a Graduate Scholarship In 
German Philology. Inatead of one there ought to be at least a dozen 
or more similar scholarships. 



ErfOLl.=lH. 

. We note with much satisfaction that the English work at the Uni- 
versity has been greatly strengthened in recent years. The work Is 
well organised and the Instruction and training ia eyatematlc, methodi- 
cal and efficient. The moving of the University to the front In this di- 
rection has had a marked Influence on the English Instruction In the 
high schools throughout the state. In no other line haa there been a 
more marked change for the better In the curriculum ot our high 
schools. The reading of good literature and the cultivation of the 
power of expression, both oral and written, are now advancing side by 
aide. 



The other modern languages, Scandinavian, French, Spanish and 
Italian, are well taught and are growing in importance in university 
work. The recent establishment of a School of Commerce has marked 
a stimulus in the study of modern languages. It will no doubt have 
the effect to Increase the demand for the teaching of additional modem 
langnageH in the near future, besides giving added importance to the 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUUVK 



TJniveksity of Wisconsin. 



vi of the Board of Visitors, 1901~190S. 



study ot botb German and Spanish. Nearly one-tblrd ot all ot the stu- 
dents of the university are now studying Oertnan. 
Respectfully submitted, 
(Signed) John S. Roeseler, 

Chairman, 
Mrs. Ei.izAitETii Peck ham, 
Mnn. Qrack D. Madden, 

Committee. 
March 31. 1902. 



REPORT OF SUB COMMITTEE ON HORTICULTURE AND PHYSICS. 

To the Board ot Viaitors Wisconsin State University: 

lOur committee on Horticulture and Physics beg leave to submit the 

following report: 
The field allotted to us for visitation is one ot great Importance and 

usefuineas, and we were entertained with great Interest and benefit 

while visiting tiie work o! the department of the Schosl ot Agriculture. 
The worlt in Horticulture includes four general courses: 

1. The general principles ot Horticulture, 

2. Economic Horticulture, or Instruction In the culture at the prin- 
cipal fruits and vegetables of our climate. 

3. Aesthetic Horticulture, or the principles of ornamental planting 
and laying out ot lawns and gardens. 

4. Special inveetigation in aubjects relating to the propagation and 
raising of economic plants. 

The work in Horticulture, then, relates to the raising of fruits, berries 
and vegetables anu to all kinds of plant culture. The propagation ot 
plants is studied, liiciuding the propagation of the same by cutting and 
transplanting, by seedling, by crossing varieties by the pollination of 
flowers, by grafting. This experimentation in the making ot new vari- 
eties and in Improving old ones receives considerable attention. The 
study ot bacteria-producing diseases ot plaUtB, vines, and orchards re- 
ceives special attention. 

Tbe work in Agricultural Physics includes the following: 

1. Meteorology, which deals chiefly with the agricultural phases ot 
the subjects. 

2. Farm engineering, including farm drainage and irrigation, the 
construction and care of country roads and ot tarm buildings. 

3. Soli phys:cs — the crops which grow best on particular kinds of soil; 
what fertilizers to use: means of keeping the soil productive. 

4. Original investigation in the physical laboratory, green house, or 
field. This last aims to give an intelligent direction to the work ot the 
students' hands, this intelligence being fostered by a study of nature's 
laws and the application and adaptation ot the principles of natural 
philosophy to the prat;tical work of the tarm. For example: The stu- 
dents are taught to operate farm machinery, to note inventions and 
improvements in farm utensils and machinery, to study the construc- 
tion of sHos. liow to fill them and preserve their contents, to estimate 
the strength and power ot windmills tor drawing water, etc. 

To further scientific investigation an experimental station Is con- 
nected with the study ot Horticulture, in tact with the promotion of all 
agricultural science. Amons the reports Issued in 1901 by the workers 
in this experimental station, we note the following: "The causes oper- 

Dr;-izf 



ler- , 



Report Of the Board ok Regents, 



JJnicersiiy of 'W'is-consin. 



fttlve In the formulation of Btlage," "Tha InBuence of the right amount 
and right distribution of water on crop production," "Studies In black 
marBh soil." '"A study of certain eondltlona appertaining to the getting 
0( trulta," "An analysis of licensed fertilizers In Wisconsin." Among 
other pieces of work of as great importance, an exhaustive study of the 
cauaea of the unfertmty of marsh soil hna lieen made and remedies for 
the same have been searched tor. Again, hiindreda of varieties of seed- 
ling American plume, many of them croas-bred, have been propagated 
for the purpose of originating new and larger varieties. 

ThlB experimental work adds not a little to the growing fame^and 
uaefulneaa of the College of Agriculture. That the state appreciates 
this fact is Been In the rapidly increasing number of agricultural stu- 
dents, in the interest the farmers exhibit In the work of the experi- 
mental station, aa many as tifteen thousand copies of certain bulletins 
of information being sent out on application only, In the Interest, of the 
farmers exhibit in farmera' Institutes, In the hard work of the student 
body, In the students' evident Interest in and respect (or the character 
of the Instruction offered them, and lastly, in the fact that an organiza- 
tion for experimental work In conjunction with and under the supervi- 
sion of the University was recently made. The members of this organ- 
ization Include the graduates of the College of Agriculture, who are to 
co-operate on their individual farms with the experimental work di- 
rected by the workers In the experimental station located at the Uni- 
versity. 

The methods of instruction followed are varied. They Include the 
lecture with demonstration, study of the text-book with the quiz, work 
in the greenhouse during the winter months, work in the physics and 
mechanics of agriculture in the laboratory and work shops, and some 
original Investigation on the part of the student hiniseif In the physical 
laboratory, greenhouse and Held, This last Is more true, .however, of 
the students who are taking the "Long Course" In agriculture. The 
work. then. Is by no means purely theoretical, for we observe that forty- 
nine lectures are followed with seventy hours' laboratory practice in 
plant life, and that fifty-two lectures on agricultural physics are fol- 
lowed with aa many hours of laboratory praotlce. 

These above lines of work are doing more than merely increasing the 
farmers' prosperity by applying definite scientific methods to work 
which has been too often done heretofore blipiily and empirically. The 
young men are taught that ambitious and trained youth may win fluc- 
cess on the farm, that in the raising of frulta and crops there Is a call 
for men of brains as well as of muscle, that lite on a farm need not be 
devoid of Intellectual Interests to Inspire, that intelligent farming Is 
a dignified and honorable calling. Formtrly. when the farmer was suc- 
cessful, it was often due to a slavish devotion to hard work. He re- 
garded "book-farming" with scorn. He wen^ on doing the best he could 
acrording to the light within him, adopting this or that kind of grain, 
adopting this or that rotation of crops, using this or that fertilizer, as 
the notion seized him, but doing nothing systematically or acientlflcally. 
Often the best portion of hia farm yielded but little because he had not 
learned the crop adapted to the soil, or because of improper drainage. 
He permitted many of his crops to be destroyed by bacterial diseases 
or Insects and their larvae, powerless to stay their ravages. 

The Instruction In Horticulture and Phi-slca seems to the members 
of this committee to have definite and valuable results, among which 
are the following: 

1. The fitting of youth to earn a successful livelihood on the farm, i 



UsiVEKsiTY OF Wisconsin. 



BepoH of the Board of Visitors, 1901-1902. 

2. Tbe development ol an agricultural Bclence. 

3. iiie dlBsemlnation of agricultural knowledge among the tarmerB 
of the state. 

4. The keeping of some of the better claBs of youth upon the farm. 
There was and atlll la too great' a tendency for ambitlouB boys to go to 
the city and overcrowd the ranks of those engaged In the profeaslona 
and mercantile lite. The boy thought of farming as an occupation 
which exacted unremitting toil of muscle and limb, which gave very 
Inadequate returns tor tbe effort expended. He did not realize that the 
successful cultivation ot the soil la dependent in certain of Its aspects 
upon a knowledge of chemistry and phyaica and upon special inveadKa- 
tlon In BubiectB reiatiug to the propagation and rearing of plants, 

E. The teaching to the youth of our state a respect for and the value 
of manual labor, if such labor brings results commenaurate with the 
effort put forth. 

e. The ethical effect upon a people when they are attached to the 
soil, because they think of the soil not only as a means of livelihood ' 
but as offering a dignified calling and one of great usefulness to tbe 
human race. 

The farm homes of Wisconsin are ton often unattractive and even re- 
volting in appearance. The farmer's family often lives In a house bare 
ot the simplest refln\ng and Inspiring features. The home is too often 
situated In an open Held overgrown with weeds or littered with (arm Im- 
plementa. with no treea, flowera or lawn to make the aurroundlngs 
attractive. The instructor In Aeathetio Horticulture has useful work 
before him if he could find the time not only to awaken In the future 
farmer the desire to make his home surroundings attractive, but also 
to give simple and definite Instructions in the art of beautifying the. 
home premises with an economical expenditure of time and money. It 
is not an axiom that useful and noble men and women rise from a 
meager and Bordid environment In apite of the many self-made men 
whom our country can boast. 

(Signed) Gr.^l'g Darlinu MAimEN, 
Louise McMv.nn Qbeenb. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, 
FARMERS' INSTITUTES, THE FARM AND DAIRY INSTRUC- 
TION. 

Hon. J. B. Wlnalow, Chairman of Board of Visitors, University of Wis- 
consin. 
Dear Sir: Your committee to which was assigned tbe Inspection of 
the departments named above respectfully report: 



appreciated among the farmers in general. However, there is some 
criticism on tbe part of some of our farmers. While we do not agree 
with them, we must give It as it romea to ua. They claim that these 
institute workers are "book farmers" and scientific fellows. We have 
no objection to their being either or both, hut the fact that they are 
regarded as simply such by many of our farmers, ralaes a barrier be- 
tween them and the farmers and in a large measure shutB off their la- 



EnpoiiT OF THE Board of Regents. 



XJnivp.rsiiy of Wiscoimn. 



fluence. We would suggest that an institute worker go Into a commu- 
nity where the Institute ia to be held, and spend a. week ascertaining 
who of the farmers of the community are capable of taking a leading 
part !n an InBtltute. Then hy working in the home talent much more 
good might be done In certain communities. With more than 150.000 
farms in our Btate and with agricultural development only beginning 
in the new north, there will always be need of institute work. We must 
not forget that our tarmera are being steadily guided along the right 
lines of agriculture through the influence of this line of University 



The 6hort course and dairy course we regard ii very important part of 
the work. Both courses seem to be crowded with students to their 
limit. There are very few students not residents of the state on 
account of th« fee being raised to a practically prohibitory sum, and as 
long as our accommodations are limited we think it is as It should be. 
It must be very helpful to the young men who wish to engage in up-to- 
date farming in our state. The work in these departments we Judge as 
very practical considering the time devoted to it. While with the com- 
pletion of the new agricultural building there will be accommodations 
for a much larger number of students, it is to be expected that the In- 
come of the college of agriculture must he considerably Increased : 
quite a sum being r^uired for the care and espenses incident to occu- 
pying a much largsr building and for increasing the force of instructors 
and library facilities. Our neighboring states. Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, 
and Minnesota now spend much larger sums for their agricultural col- 
leges than Wisconsin does and we believe that our state with its 150.000 
farmers should not be at the bottom of the list. 

Tbe stock-Judging we regard as a very important feature and feel 
like commending the efforts of Dean Henry to have students who have 
received instruction here appointed as Judges in county fairs and other 
places where stock Is exhibited. The one room suitable for stock Judg- 
ing purposes bas beep divided by a muslin partition. This division has 
been made imperative because of the large number of students seeking 
Instruction. "We should hive a new and larger stock-judging rooni." 
The various kinds of stock kept on the farm should not be overlooked. 
It is evidently the intention of those having the matter in charge, to 
secure not simply the best specimens of farm animals, but to secure 
those that will improve the standard breeds that we now have through- 
out tbe state. 



THE D.MnV SCHOOL. 

The dairy school instruction and eouipment we find quite complete, 
and as it represents au outlay of over $50,000 it should be utilized to Its 
fullest extent. Having this in view, the department of agriculture 
announces for the llrst time a summer course in dairying. Students 
will he accepted at any time after March 1 each year and may stay 
from ten to twenty weeks. They will receive practical instruction In 
dairying, together with such instruction In the laboratory, with lec- 
tures, etc., as are required in turning out well trained factory operators. 
Tbe general plan pursued by the instructors of the dairy school, we com- 
mend as up-to-date and of the most approved metlwds^ v lUUVlL 



UsiVEBSITY OF WISCONSIN, 



Report of4he Board of Visitors, 1901-1902. 



DBPAKTMEST. 

The live Btock on Wisconsin farms Is estimated at nearly JIOO.OOO.OOO 
and the losses eacb year tbrougb disease and mlBmanagement In the 
handling ot these animals are very large. Wherefore, we highly rec- 
ommend the present Instruction given the young agriculturist in the 
general course In agriculture, and also recommend ttiat all possible 
further stress be laid on Instruction in veterinary science and surgery 
as Is compatible with the agricultural course, thereby not only equip- 
ping the aspiring young farnters to takj proper care of their own do- 
mestic anltnais in sickness and In health, but making his superior 
intelligence in the matter of attention and care of stock, and the com- 
mon remedies and methods of relief to animals in sickness, of value to 
the farmers of the state at large among whom he locates. 



This is another branch of .agriculture which In our opinion should 
be added to the experiment station. This Industry Is already great in 
our state and with a proper building and equipment for teaching the 
, latest and improved methods of the poultry industry would be a great 
addition to our agricultural college. We learned that some of our sister 
states now have poultry schools which can not accommodate aU of the 
students seeking admission. 

The people of Wisconsin should teel prood of the agricultural branch 
of tbe University and no expense should be considered too great to 
maintain It at the higbest standard of the times. 

(Signed) Andrew Noll, 
J. B. Coleman, 

A. L. HUGULEti, 

Dated March 5, 1902. 



To tbe Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin : 

The committee on University Finances and Bualness Methods report: 
That we have made a careful and tliorough Investigation of the Qnan- 
clal and business affairs of the University and from our examlnatlOD 
we are satisfied that the business methods are quite equal to, and the 
expenditures are as carefully checked and guarded, as those of a private 
corporation. Especially Is the manner of keeping tbe accounts to be 
commended. This system of accounting Is the outgrowth of many 
years of experience and we fail to see bow there could lie devised a 
more plain, comprehensive and, at the same time, easily understood. 
method of keeping the business records of the University than now 

(Signed) ORL.tNDO E. Clark, 
Andrew Noll, 
A. L. RuooLES. 
Dated March 10, 1902. 



Di:;-iz?.):-y»^iUi 



ogle 



RePOHT Of TIIK BOAKD OF lljSOENTS. 



University of \yisconsin. 



REPORT OF SUB COMMITTEE ON CHEMISTRY AND PHYSrCS. 
To the Honorable John B. Winslow, Clialrmtui of the Board of Via- 

Ab members of your committee on Chemistry and Physics we And 
that .both of these departmenta are badly hampered by lack of room. 
ThlB is especially true of the department of Chomistry. where both lec- 
ture halls and laboratories are entirely inadequate. We find. also, that 
there Is an Ineulflcleat library for the use of students In Chemistry; 
and we therefore recommend that the present building be enlarged, or 
that a new building be erected which will meet the needs 'of the depart- 
ment, and that a sum of mjoney be appropriated for the purchase of 
books. 

In the department of Physics the lecture rooms and the etudenta* 
laboratories are large, comfortable and. with a single exception, splen- 
didly equipped. The research laboratoriee. however, are so badly 
crowded that those who work In them are subjected to the greatest in- 
convenience. We therefore recommend that the unused parts of the 
basement in Science Hall be fitted up for research laboratories. 

In one respect the equipment of the Physics department lags behind 
that of other universities nnd colleges of the country. It is without 
the apparatus necessary for the production of liquid air, and In lacking 
this it falls Ijelow the standard that has been set for It by the llnlver- 
. sity. The conditions under which liquid air Is produced are so re- 
markable and present so many new problems to the student, that no 
course in Physics is complete which does not offer an opportunity for 
studying them. We therefore recommend that the necessary apparatus 
he purchased. 

The gentlemen who represent the departments we have visited have 
. received u^ with much courtesy and have explained their worK with the 
greatest consideration and politeness. 

(Signed) Elizareth G. Peckrau, 
Orlando B. Cubk, 
Akdrew Noll. 



To the Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin: 

Your committee on the Student Life nf Women wishes to emphasize 
a subject which, lo Its opinion, is of great importance to every citizen 
ol the state, namely: the establishment of a department of Domestic 
Economy. 

The trend of public opinion toward specific courses in practical train- 
ing tor life-work, both for men and women, renders such a course a 
necessity. Wisconsin Is. In this respect, far behind many other states, 
among which are Connecticut, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Ne. 
braska, Colorado, Kansas, and other western states. 

We cannot state the matter more fairly than by quoting from the 
catalogue of the Ohio State University. 

"Four years ago the Ohio State University recognized the demand 
for a broader education for young women, by Introducing a course In 
Ppmestic Science. The course was planned for no one class of wo- 



Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUU' 



•H" 



U.\'IVEI{«ITi' OF WtsCOSSIN. 

Report of /he Board of Vviifors, 1901-190S. 



men; not particularly for city or country glrla, but Id the hope that It 
might appeal to the moat womanly side of all women. The deelre was 
and le. that by the practical and Bclentiflc Study of home problems, 
women shall come to see more In household duties than, a mere routine; 
to recognize that Economics has Its foundation In domestic relations; 
toat Art and Ethics have no higher use thau to purify and beautify 
every day subjects; and that the* history and literature of the past 
have direct bearing upon the present In other words, the authorities 
believed that by practically applying the pure sciences and arts to 
domestic life, our women sbonld be better able to build ideal homes and 
an Ideal nation." 

The present time seems an opportune one to make a beginning In 
this line of work. A buiiaing will be vacant this spring. In which at 
slight expense the nucleus of a Domestic Science School could be eatab- 
llBhed. 

ibe School of Agriculture now offers to women work In Horticulture, 
Floriculture. Economic Entomology and Dairying. By adding courses 
In Domestic Economy under the supervision of a competent woman 
with one or two asBlstants the women students of the state could be 
furnished a course comprising Poultry Raising, Sanitation, Dress- 
making and Home Economy. 

Your committee feels that when a beginning has been made In the 
right direction, the legislature will be quick to recognlie In a substan- 
tial way, a work which means direct practical benefit to us all. 

Other Important matters have received attention from previous com- 
mittees. We would, however, add a suggestion In regard to Cbad- 
bourne Hall, which seems feasible under present conditions, namely: 
that freshmen be given preference In accommodations at the Hall. The 
upper classmen, who might more easily find room and board outside, 
are those who, as a rule, retain their rooms from one year to another, 
while freshmen, who e^ecially need tho supervision given at the Hall, 
must find room and board outside. It Cbadbourne Hall Is an estab- 
lished factor In the student lite, your committee believes that freshmen 
should be the first to profit by the benefit accruing from residence 
therein. 

The division In authority between th^ social and domestic heads of 
Chadbourne Hall is a disadvantage to all concerned. In the opinion 
of the committee, the whole authority should be placed In the bonds of 
one person who co-operates directly with the University faculty. The 
office of Dean of Women might be combined with the above, as the 
woman holding this responBlblo position should live among tne largest 
number of women students possible, 1. e., at Chadbourne Hall, with lis 
domestic arrangements under her control. This necessitates a strong, 
practical woman of «ducatlon. whose foresight and example may stimu- 
late the women students to lead earnest, useful lives. 

In conclusion your committee wishes to call attention to the report 
of the committee on Horticulture and Physics, for 1901. In which a 
atrong plea Is made for a department of Domestic Economy. 
Respectfully submitled, 

(Signed) LorisE McMynn Qbebns. 

Elizabeth Oifpobd Pbckhah, 
FlORA Bealb Ointt. 



:y Google 



IlKPOliT 1)F TllK lioAKD, OF KeGENTS. 



UnivcrsUy of Wisconsin. 



RBPOET OF SUBCOMMITTEE ON ANCIENT LANGUAOBS. 

April 10, 1902. 
Judge John B. Wlnslow, Chairman Board of VlaltorB, Unlvereity of 
Wisconsin. 

Dear Sir: Ab the work of the department allotted to ub For vlBlta- 
tlon continues with such slight change from year 'to year, It hardly 
seems appropriate to give a detailed report, so we will confine ourselves 
to a general expression of approval and aatiafactlon. 

We heartily congratulate the management ui5on the efficient work 
which is being done by the professors In charge. The facilities for the 
critical study of the ancient languages are of the very blghest order. 
The reference library furnlsheE a rich Held for the painstaking student. 

There is a hearty acknowledgment of good work by the Btudents and 
a cordial sympathy between students tind proCeBBorB which specially 
Blgnlfles a wholesome condition of affairs. We regret that such a small 
per cent of the entire student body Is found In the classes in Hellen- 
istic Greek and Hebrew, This is perhaps natural owing to the unpre- 
cedented development of the applied sciences nnd the utilitarian ten- 
dency of our times, but It Is to be hoped that a continued effort wl)l bo 
made to arouse an Interest In these subjects that is befitting tbelr Im- 
portance. 

Very reapectfully, 

(Signed) M. 8. Prawi^y, 

J. E. COLBKAN. 



To the Board of Visitors of the University of Wiaconatn; 

The School of Pharmacy Is In need of a lecture ball where the lec- 
turer can do experimental work before the classes. Furthermore, a 
model pharmacy in connection with the school would add greatly to the 
practical studies taught at present In the school. The graduate of 
pharmacy would be better fitted for his future work, and at the same 
time a well managed pharmacy under the supervision of Uie depart- 
ment will no doubt attract the attention of those In pursuit of pharma- 
ceutical studies wishing to become practical pharmacists. 

The College of Natural Science establlsbed some time ago a special 
course antecedent to the study of medirlne, which at the present time 
does not meet the requirements of the advanced medical schools of this 
country. A radical change wouk) take place by adding to the present 
pre-medical course a full course of in-jtructlon of human anatomy and 
human physiology. Besides taking the courses of the natural sciences, 
a two years' course In anatomy and physiology will entitle the student 
after having received the degree of B. 1^, B. A., or B. S. to full credit 
of the first two years of the medical school work, and then can be ad- 
mitted to the third year of any medical school In this country. He will 
virtually be on equal footing with the German medical student who 
passes the tentamen physicum and la now permitted to enter upon the 
higher studies of the medical sciences. 

Respectfully submitted. 
(Signed) Akthub J. Pulb, 
Choi 



April 14, 1902, 



D,:rizp.);:C.a 



'ang\ 



UmvEBsiTY OF Wisconsin. 



R^ipoH of the Board of Visitors. 1901-1902. 



RtePORT OF SUB-COMMITTBB ON COLLEGE OF LAW. 



Judge John B. WInalow, Chain 
WleconslQ. 
Dear Sir: Your oommlttee. to whom was allotted the Inspection ot 

the College of Law, report as follows: 



Although but recently organized, the School of Commerce ie fortu- 
nate In having at Its head the type of men who posaeM the special fit- 
neee to place it at once on ^ Arm and practical tooting. In the ab 
sence of the director. Prof. W. A. Scott, the aJTairs of the achool have 
been ably managed by Pcofeaaor Baltbasar Meyer. 

The instructors ot this school have bv no means an easy task, since 
no text-books are available to place In the hands of the students. The 
instruction for the greater part must be presented In the form of lec- 
tures, the material for which must be collected from 'a variety of 
sources, such as reports of commissions, consular reports, bank and 
railroad reports, etc. This makes It necessary to have a larger staff of 
Instructors In proportion to the number of students than Is required in 
other departments. W.e noted with pleasure that the work ot the regu- 
lar Instructors was supplemented by special lectures from men. whose 
knowledge was gained In the practical management of the great busi- 
ness enterprises of ■.nls country. 

BCIIO0T.8 OK IHSTORTt, POLITICAI. SCIBKCB Ji 



Each one of these schools Is. in the Judgment of your committee. In a 
high state of etBciency. owing to the scholarly Bttainments and the or- 
ganizing talent of the heads of the respective departments. It is to be 
regretted that^he University cannot afford to pay better salaries to Its 
able instructors in order to tie permanently to the Institution its tal- 
ented men. In the I'Oslgnation ot Professor Hasklns, the University 
lost one ot the ablest men on the history staff. 



tilnce the adoption of the three years' course, this college has made 
a noted step In advance. It would seem that the time is come fora 
still further step In advance, by way of requiring a higher preparatory 
training for admlasion to the achool. The students at present differ so 
widely in their scholastic attainments that the instructors find it dlffl- 
cuit to properly adapt thejr Instruction to all. We are therefore con^ 
vinced that the best Interests of the school -and also of the legal prO' 
fession would be conserved by raising the educational requirement for 
admission to this department. 

Very respectfully, 

(Signed) Ori.ando E. Clabk. 
M. S. Frawlev, 

JOII.N 



..ogle 



IIepobt oi" THE Board of Regents. 



Unirrmity of Wisconsin. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON STUDENT lAFE OF YOUNG MEN. 

Hon. J. B, WlnBlow, Chairman Board of VlBltore, University of Wis- 
consin. 

Dear Sir: Your committee on the Student Llle of Young Men beg to 
submit the following report: 

So far ae could be aeeertalned there are favorable condUloDB existing 
for the physical, lotellectuBl, social, moral and religious development 
ot the students at the University. It is true there are also hindrances 
In nearly all these lines, but these are found In every (community to a 
greater or less degree. All men must run up against these and must 
learn to battle against and conquer them. 

The young men at Madison enjoy advantages that can be duplicated 
at but few Institutions of learning. There Is, however, one decided 
drawback at our t.'niverslty to which your committee would call atten- 
tion. This detect can be remedied and ought to be ae soon as possible. 

With the present large attendance at the ITniverslty the erection of 
a dormitory for young men seems a necessity. The great demand for, 
and the limited supply of, suitable student rooms within a reasonable 
distance from the University results in the fixing of prices of rooms 
and board at such figures that many young men ol limited means desir- 
ous ot an education are discouraged from attempting to attend the 
University. 

Ifr Is too much of a burden upon them to purchase the necessary 
books, to pay incidental and laboratory fees, to provide clothing and to 
pay high prices for rooms and board when they have neither the 
chance nor the time to earn anything during their attendance and 
when their people can hardly afford to dispense with their services at 
home, much less lend them any pecuniary aid. 

A state university ought to, above all, attract the young men from 
the common walks ot life, the sons of the smaU farmer and the sons 
of the laborinK man. so that they may meet In the same classes with 
the eons of the more favored. This will keep our Am^'ican society 
homogeneous to a greater degree and prevent Its division Into distinct 
castes or classes and thus do away to a great extent with the prejudice 
and envy which Is so liable to spring up. It also Insures ihe spread of 
higher education among all classes. This generalizing of education Is 
very necessary for tne perpetuity Of our tree government and Of our 
free institutions. It spreads the leaven of Intelligence through the 
whole cosmopolitan mixture. 

Harvard College Is thought by many to be an aristocratic institution, 
but outside of charging tuition fees it offers advantages to the poor 
young man for which he must seek in vain at our University. 

Harvard's dormitories afford reasonable rooms and board; Its well 
organized system for furnishing work and extendine financial aid to 
the desez-vlng Is a great attraction for the poor and worthy young man. 

The University has one ot the best equipped Eymnaslums in the 
country. Most thorough training Is given under competent instructors. 
The actual results as shown In measurements taken when students flrst 
enter this department and at later stages In their development are most 
satlstactory. A strong physical basis Is absolutely essential to health- 
ful and vigorous mental and moral life. 

The matter ot governing a great student body has come to he greatly 
simplified since athletics has been given Its proper place. Vent Is given 
in this way for the overflow of animal spirits which otherwise would 
be spent in mischievous or vicious ways. _ v ,i»UVK 



Umvkhsitv of Wis 



Jieporl of the Board of Visitors, 1901-1908. 



Football recelvea large attention In the university life and there Is 
always danger o( excess. This should be carefully guarded. All gamb- 
ling in connection with it sBould be severely punlabed. The Impres- 
Blon should never be made upon the state that the University fosters 
a sporting element. Your eommlttee recognizes that football is one of 
the games that assists greatly in the development of a university spirit. 
which la a matter of very great importance. It establishes pleasant 
relations between different unlveraittes and creates a spirit of friendly 
rivalry which on the whole mUst be regarded as beneficial. 

While athletics bring the University into great prominence It should 
be understood that the greatest thing In the student life of young men 
outside of regular work ia not football, but the Joint debatea. Tbeae 
debates have been carried on for years between the literary societies. 
It Is considered the greatest honor to be selected for one of these con- 
tests, and the annual det>ate is the great event of the university year. 
A football champion Is soon forgotten but the man who achieves honor 
in one of these inteltectua! contests adds -permanent fame^to the Uni- 
versity, and his name is handed down to succeeding classmen. 

The moral life of the University on the whole is good. There will 
always be some In so large a body of students who discredit the Institu- 
tion. The great mass of young men seem to be at the University for 
earnest work. A more peaceable, ordeiiy body of young men. taking 
the year through. It would be dlfncult to find in any university In the 

The Impreasfon prevails in some parts of the state that Madison itself 
furnishes a most unfavorable environment for a university. This Is 
not true. The University is three times larger than ten years ago. And 
during that time no' additional saloons or places of temptation have 
been estabtlBhed within a radius of a mile of the University, and the 
city is as free from temptations as most cities of ita size. The religious 
associations among young men. voluntarily conducted by themselves, 
are well sustained. Eminent speakers arc frequently here from differ- 
ent parts of the country. All of which helps to create a most healthful 
moral atmosphere. The different religious denominations of the state 
are considering the propriety of establialilng guilds to have no organic 
connection with the University and not for sectarian purposes, but to 
assist In the higher life of students. The Y. M. C, A. of the students Is 
now securing funds for the erection of a suitable building for lis work. 
All of which Is regarded by this committee as helpful to the best moral 
Interests of students. 

Parents who send their young men to the University of Wisconsin 
should understand that they are not sending them to a place where 
the highest and best ideals will be destroyed, but where already an 
atmosphere eitlsts to awaken in them the very best and noblest things. 

The average student Is safer morally in an Institution like this than 
in the environment of his own home town. The state cannot teach 
religion and there Is no desire that it should, but it welcomes all health- 
ful religious Influences centering about the University, and helping in 
the development of the higher lite of Its students, 

(Signed) E, G. Updike, 

Chairman; 
John S. Rorskleb. 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



Report of the Boahi> of Regents, 



UidversHy of Wisconsin. 



EvansTllle. Wis., April 8. 1902. 
Hon. J. B..Wlnslow, Chairman Board o[ VlslUrs, UnlferBlty of Wis- 
consin. 

Dear Sir: Your committee, concerning the work assigned It, begs to 
report as follows: 

The College of Mechanice and BnglneerlQK occupieB the new building 
provided for It two years ago. This building, In Its architectural 
features and adaptation to the necessities of the college, surpasses all 
of the buildings of the university, except the new library building; and 
even that Is not superior as far as Its utility Is concerned. The esterior 
of the building is plain, yet Its outlines are symmetrical, and are In 
good proportion: at least they make that Impression on the average 
citizen. The exterior decorations and trimmings are tasteful and very 
appropriate, but not so elaborate or expensive as to Incur the Just criti- 
cism of the most utilitarian taxpayer. In appearance, the Interior of 
the building is in keeping with the exterior, and withal, well adapted to 
the class and laboratory work of the college. The building as it stands 
Is complete In itself, but Is so planned that It c&n be enlarged to about 
(our times Its present capacity, by additions on the east, north and 
west sides of on open court, which is occupied by a steam -testing lal>- 
oratory lighted from above. When this building was erected only two 
years ago. It was believed some time would pass before its capacity 
would be fully utilized: but already some of the recitation rooms are 
taxed to their very limit, and mom that appeared ample Is already (ully 
occupied. In order to provide adequately for this college, additional 
room will be a necessity In the near future. 

The teaching force of this college Is composed of a corps of professors 
and instructors who bring to their work thorough preparation, enthu- 
siasm and. many of them, a ripeness for their task that is the result of 
experience both Inside anu outside of the class room. Their devotion 
to their worK bespeaks only the beat results for this department of the 
University. The instruction given by men of this stamp cannot fall to 
be very practical and helpful to students in their care. The young men 
who make up the Ave hundred and thirteen enrulieil In this college are 
an earnest and palnstaikng body of students, partaking of the spirit of 
their Instructors, and determined to make the most of their exeellent 
opportunities. 

Dean Johnson sets forth. In a private pamphlet, a request for an en- 
dowment of one hundred thousand dollars ((100.000). to be raised by 
gifts and bequests, the income of which Is to be used In original re- 
search in the laboratories of this department of the University, thus 
more fully utilizing the opportunitres afforded by this equipment. Not- 
withstanding tjie embarraasraents under which they labor for want of 
means, the profesaora and students have already made very valuable 
contributions to this Held of knowledge, and have also added valuable 
discoveries to the applied sciences. This work certainly ought to be 
encouraged. We fully approve of his request, and heartily recommend 
it to the Board of Regents. The ever-lncroaaing demand for young men 
practically as well as theoretically trained for mechanical and engineer- 
ing work, emphasizes the obligation upon our commonwealth to furnish 
ample opportunity for training along these lines. The work of these 



Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUU' 



.yn 



U-MVKJISITY OF WlSC'OXSiK. 



Report of the Board of Visitors, VJOl-1903. 



(Signed) J, E. Coleman, 
E. G. Updikk, 
Arthur J. Pclb. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS, 
INCLUDING LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS. 

To the Board of Visitors of the University of Wiaconsin: 

The undersleneii membera of the committee od GroundB and Build- 
ings were conducted through the principal buUdlngB by the untverslty 
architect and a careful examination of the conditions and aeeda was 

For the most part, (he buildings" are in good repair and seem to be 
well cared for. As new buildlogs are erected and other Improvements 
made, we realize more and more the Importance of having a well de- 
fined, Intelligent, genera! plan to follow, not only with reference to the 
location of buildings, but the care of the grounds as well. The city of 
Madison is visited every year by large nurabers of strangers, anrt noth- 
ing appeals more strongly to the visitor for the good of our university 
than well-kept grounds and buildings, and we earnestly recommend in- 
telligent industry towards making and keeping the grounds and build- 
ings In attractive condition. 

Lower Campus: We respectfully call attention to the report of the 
committee last year regarding the lower campus, and earnestly endorse 
what was said thei'ein. 

Gymnasium: We are informed that the Kymnasium is frequently 
used for large gatherings and that persons in great numbers are en- 
tertained at refreshments or otherwise in the upper story or gallery. 
The front stairway leading to this department is rather narrow and 
poorly constructed, the only other means of access or egress la by meana 
of a very narrow, winding stairs in the rear. In case of panic from 
fire alarm or other cause serious disaster might easily follow. A little 
inquiry would bring any one to the conclusion that it is little leas than 
criminal neglect to permit people to assemble in this department under 
present conditions. We recommend that steps be tsken at once to con- 
struct an out>door esit from the rear of this department. If it is to be 
further used to assemble people in any numbers. We are advised that 
this can be done without damaging the general appearance of the build- 
ing, and at convparatlvely small cost. 

Old Library Hall: The assembly room for general chorus work and 
other musical Instruction. Is immediately above rooms used for piano 
practice, etc. The floor is thin, with no deadening, it seems. At all 
events when piano practice Is going on it is almost impoBBlble to con- 
duct any kino of work in the room above. The room is in very gen- 
eral use, not only for musical work, but la the meeting place for sev- 
eral organizations, etc. We rerommend that another lloor. with suitable 
' deadening materials be put in this room and other improvements made 
that will better fit the place for the uses it Is intended for. 



:yCOOgle 



Universili/ of Wisconsin. 



Science Hall: The elemente seem to work mucb damage to the brick 
and cement In this building, and aomethlng should be done, II poealble, 
to preserve It We are advised that the brick can be treated wltb a 
preparation which will materially check, if not altogether atop, the 
present rapid decay, and we recommend speedy Inquiry Into this matter. 
Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) A. L, RcaoiEs, Ch«., 
B. O. Updike. 
Dated April 8, 1902. 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



OF Wisconsin. 



Treasurer's Report. 



Report of the Treastirer. 



M,\i>isox, Wis., Jiilj ], 1902. 
Hon, J. II, StoiiT, 

President o£ the Board of Itegents: 
Sin: — I 3iibni;it my report aa Treasurer of the Board of 
llrgeiiti*, I'liiversitv of Wisconsin, for tlie tiaeal years ending 
SepT*iul)©r SOtli, liJOl, and June ;)Otl^ 1902: 



KKCE11T8, 
1800, Oct. 1. 


tioe.146 <n 
40,010 m 

117.470 50 
3,906 la 
<iit0 69 

«S,429 02 
'»42 49 




From Treasuicr of thi- UultcJ BtutcH Tor the yoHi- cml- 

lug Bppt. 3Dth, 19U1 

Prom State Traiiiuri-r for th« ynir i^n<LIiie Sept. 30l]i. 






From deiHwitR liy ibv Si-cn-inrj <.(' tile Moiird r.r ili< 








Kruin lui-oiup ou glftH fur tbv j-mr euillug 'Hepl. 30. 1901 
From Tri^snrpr of the T'ultHl Stalm for tbe jrar i-iicl- 










FroDi dpposits iiy Swn-tnry o( the Bosrd for iii'e year 




IiitertW on glftii Iit th'i? ypor ending Jnne 30, mi 




M,179,930 65 


KIBBUKSKMENTB. 


l4l:^)l 








ji.oail.STSM 










1 





(Siftnod) J. 0, T)atii>son, 

Sfa4e Treasurer. 

irer Board of IteKenta. I'n]Ten>ity of Wlacoiulii, 



,d,Google 



Report of the Boabd of Reqents. 



University of W 



Financial Condition. 



REPORT OF TJIE SECKETARYt 

Maihson, Wis., July 1, 1902. 
Hon. J. H. Stout, 

President of tlie Rt^enta of the University of Wisccmsin. 
Sik: — I Lav© the honor to report herewith the financial con- 
dition of the University for the biennial period extending from 
October 1, 1900, to June 30, 190^. 

Receipts and diabursoments for the £scal year ending Sep- 
tenilber 30, 1901, wero as follows:' 



RKCEII'TS. 

From Stat I! Approiirlotions: 

ChnpliT &[, L«B-f.lgS7, A|[rlrultiirn! InstilutPs.. 
rtiupler 418. Lawn l&l. U uxhliurn OliKirvnlory 

Cliapltc 170, Lawa IfiSit 

Chapter ISO, Ijiwb ISOl 

From UoltiNl t)tati-B Approprlallonii: 

Treasurer L'tilliMl states fur Kxpcrlmeat St: 

(Hatfh hiDd) 

Treanurvr I'nlti'd Statca for Aifrlcnltun' anil Me- 

I'liaulc Arts (Uurrlll) 

From I'roductlvo Fanitfi: 

Income frotu ptodnctlve TlnlviTMlt; fiind 

lui-omp from prodiictlvf ARrit'iiltiiral (.'ullfge fimd 

From Mln'pUanpouB: 

Studpntu' (ecH. tulllon. elP 

BtiidentB, (or Inljorator)- Biippllox 

Malroii Ladles' llall 

IntervHt un l)auk deposlta 

Renta '.'.'.'.'.'..'.'. ..'.'..'..' 

AilvertlHlng In and sale of AicriL'iiltnrHl Iimlltate bnl- 

letlns 

UiilTeralty pxrenslon fera 

Library flnes 

Use of pianos 

AErieultiirnI college saleH, proceeds of material attei 

EeliiK useil for eiperlniental purposes 

AKrIrultQrfll College lli'enae fees 

lllstorieal I.Hirary CoiiiniliwioiJ. Cor heat 

Sabres nolrl 

RepalPM paid by HtndeiitB 

Rebate railroad fare 























£6.000 00 










74,2«B0 
]T,3K!3S 




































34.43100 























Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Financial Condition. 



From Gifts: 

latereBt on Jackaon liequeat (part) 

latprest Amelia E. tl. Doyon Mqnest . 



. . VlblHu fpllowHtilp 

Alumnf (ellowidiln (iinrll 

Biblical Attlnui'cof VVIscohhId ..' 

tli^irew LcPtnteHlilpiiDd ScliolarHblp »oplet] 
UmllHim (Jermsn PblloloEloal m-holnnihlp . 

Jotiu (.'. Krevmuu Bcliulur^lp 

William K. AUru scboUmlilp 

Ueaiik WerBoUnd SchoUrsblp, two years 



Hohool of Commerce IJUrvrr fund 
ai-hool ot Ki-anomln Llhrary fund .. 
Robert Onea CollectloD fund .. 



WIsfOTiMlD MuulclpaL I^PiiKtie scholBrfihip .....,...,..., 

B. K. Miller who fa nihl p. two yeare 

Ubi'lHiygau (jradiiale Scliolan&lp In Germab Phllol- 



rary lor blacklioards built .. 
DISBL'ItSKMENTS. 
'olleRe and Kii>prlnient Htation 



AbtIouI 

rolle«o of LHtrrn mm r..-i.ii,-i- 

(.'olIi-Ke of Miebnnli'H iind KuKliieeilUB 

Ailiululslriitlon 

Ctillege Of Law 

Srbool uf »:du('iitlnn and UDlverxlIy Ri 

WaahburD Obwrvnion- 

Ileneral I.lUrnry .. 



ARrieu 



of I>bar 



_^an|ipl1u« 
nstltol 



it advprtlaliig ,. 



Summer Ses 

Hepairs 

Heat and llgbt 

General aeiflun 

HnmlH and Kronoda 

rhaptiTBW, iMwn ISM 

Kn^lDeerliiK hulldliiK 

Innuraniv fund (almii reualni) 

IIIiitarl(«l LllirBTj romniWlon 

Ilixtoriral IJbnry balldlnn (aceooDt e: 

(lermanlc llbniry fond 

Srhoot ot Kninotnlnt Itbmry fnu<1 

l<ekool of I'nnimerce library tnnd 

rnlrerslty tiall 

W. V. Allen Urodrnte ■ebolHTHhlp .... 
J. C. Freeiufiu (Irariuate wholarsbip . 

Alumnt fellOH'Hhlp 

lUbleln folloWHblp , 

Fri^ Vogel, Jr.. aebolimhlp 

Hebrew ai-balaniblp 

MadlHon (IradilBle wbnUnihip la Oern 

tlt^irik Wi'ntelaiiil M'bobiriibrp 

B. K. Uincr aehnliirfltilp 

Amelia lil. II. Ihiyon Iieanent Income , 
Itobert dwell eulleetlun 



tM.ISl 31 

IBS. 420 n 

S7,U11 91 



'WlHpflUHln .Uoulrliial I.cajnie Bi'bolatsblp ... 
JobnKon Kudowmeul fund, loalind lllrnugb t 

HIblJeal Alllanre Bebolarriilps , 

Jacknon beqiieat Inj'Oine 



, loaned (hrouKbl 



.£99 72 
,831 76 
.737 9» 








3«0 00 










151)2.341 01 i 
106,146 67 1 


»536,92fil4 


Baianeeaei^.'1i!'i9oo". . . t:*. .':° :::::::::;:::^ 












«08.487«8 1 


«0fi,4»7 6S 






Report of''tiie Uoard of IIegents. 



University of IViscojisi/j, 



R-K'eii>ta and disburseaiients for tiie fiscal year euding Jiuic 
30, 1902, were aa follows: 



ItECEIIIS. 

rom SKtX'i Ai)pi-oprlatlauii: 
iJbiipter 62, ijtwa 1887, Agrlvnllunil liiHtltutf-x .... 
Cluptur (IK, l^wa vsSi, ^ iiBhbnni, ulixorviiturv .... 

CbHiitcr 322, Lawn 1301 

Chapter 32S, Lnwii ISDl, Aerluiiltiirul bulldluK ipiiit 

mm L'Dlted 8ta((>B Approprlaliuim: 
TiVHHnn-r L'ultvd Statics foi- ExptTliu""' Kt.ni^ 
(llati-h fuud) 



...I 11, SI 



luc^ouiu fi'oui I'roiliii'tlvt! Agrlcultiir 

From MISL'ellaiiMiiJii: 

Bills iHiyablij (lemporarr 
rnDil) 

HtUdMIIN' fl'IH, tUltlUQ. I>t|- 

t^udencH, lor laborHIory bopiiIIch .. 

Interpol oa imiili JcpoHits 

Mnti-rlul Holil 

AdTitrtlHluR In and milv of luxlllute 
Uulvemitj' RxttmHfun Irctnrv fii^ . . 



from Slate Trusll 



United Htntra Tmannr fur Hull tuiii-H luadi- 

JnhuHoii Endowment fnnil. refuiiiU to prluclpnl l> 

r. H. Knnilcn t* 

il. II. Moe 41 

Shm O. Kelndal 3) 



l<^m Agrlrultural College: 

Saleb- of creamfty auU farra prodiK 
Instrut'tluu and experluietitatloa . 
Pertlllwr Hceiii. " 



Feedliie mulTa lii>i!ii«e treit 

Tents iTnlry mivit (refundx l>y o 



_ t fl-llllWBhll) 

William V. Allen SrholHrshlp 

Jobn C. Freeuinn KeholnrKtilp 

SheliD^FKiiu (Jradimte Seliolaralilp 

Hebrew I.petiiieflhlp mid Ri'holarshlj) Society.. 
I'MiDoycr Schcilarahlp 



,d,GoogIe 



Universitt of Wiscoksin. 



, FtTMncial Condition. 


DlSBt-RSElIKNTS. 




196,384 46 
173.0K 86 














!|-S^IS 


































u.mia 




























































Schuol Kwiioiulw IJIirary tnaii | 

Hchool Conmivrre Library fi'uil 


5»K1 






















































I-pwIii ITIw rund lnt.T..rt 




woo 


















51,0110 TO 








ta71.443 97 

71,662 U 


I549.B33TR 






93.06173 






. 


W43.O06S1 


iWS.OiS 51 


Rr:cAriTi-r,ATJo>, 


t\.m.m 9s 


n,0e6.S78 93 










. 


11,179,930 «5 


n,179.»30K 



For tlptail of (lislnirseinont.'! see appcnrlix A. 



RespcctfiiUv, 

E. F. IHLEY, 

Secretary. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



D,„-,z.d, Google 



APPENDIX 

To the Report of The Regents of the University of Wisconsin, 

Showing Detail of Disbursements of Funds for the 

Two Years ending June 30, 1902. 



For fnrdier dotail of itnuis marked with a star stx; Appcinlix B. 



Digitized .yCOOgle 



so llEPOnT OF THE BoARD <>F ReGEXTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



DETAIL OF DISBURSEMENTS. 
1901-1902. 



AGRIL'LLTUIIAL 

W. A. Updo-. <■■»»■ 

8. U. UalKiH-b. asBli 

the Eiperimeat '" 






[if«siH>r, Kalary.. 









gnd liroftB 



Unwell, liruivHBor. 

y. II. King, pnifnuiur. HilKry tl'irl) 

hi. It. tiolt, iirufvBWiT, HDlarj- 

tr. W, Woll. BMiiiBlant protumwr. BBlnrj' ■ 
F.. 11. Karrluelon, pmfiwmi', wlarr ... 
W. L. L'lirirli'. iiroffMMii*. miliiry 



K. , 



BErlc'iiLtliriot. 



tufl'HI 



l«i-y . 



HHlHlant, xnlBry . 



IS. U. llSHtlngH, asslHtfliit, xulary i 400 lie 

Leslie AiUiw. fnrin BUpfrinlt'iiilt.-nl. salury { 91X1 W 

H. II. Vt'nvv, luatructur, unlnrr MM 

William Vcrtlipln, InMrndur. ralnrs- 

Itoj L. Hinltli. Inalrui-tor. Mtury 

Krpd N'. Harici-iit. iBHtrdrtiii, milntT 

Jobn E. Hrutt. InMnictor, mlary 

W. U. Mnnti-liin, Iiiatractnr, aalnr;- 

II. Kuniloll. Inntrnplnr, Mlary 

Jnhn .Mi'<.'n>nilr- InKtrnrtor, Halnry 

lliiKb NlHlii-t, uiHtmi-tnr, Hnlary 

T. F. MpCmncll. niwlHtaiil, wilnry 

(Inirsp l>. IJitlt-, InHrnfi-tDr. nilnrjr 

Karl Kmt. laMtmrtor, mlaiy 

Frank KlHuhvIn*. Iimlnn-lnr, Kalar; 

Wbrren llnnlliiiii]. Inrtnirtdr. Knlary 

JHIUM Iluttim, liiHtrurtar. Ml.irj- 

J. II. (Kxlfrcj. iDHtrartiir, mlarj 

It. M. (illlHtp. linKriKloT. ralary 

»;. M. Bpiiilrnilorr, Inatrnc-lnr. tmlllT 

J. R. Ihiiikii. iiwtniPtor. mlair 

IVtPr A. Duklctli. InxIrtK^or 

Am. RfTksliln' Amwm-.. nvlHtnlnn. MnnkH 

AmiT. Southdown Brpnli-rii- Akwi.. mtlnlrnllcm. 1>lnnkH 

a, A. Alllns. trcPH .'.'. '. 

Alfrir.1 BniK.. iBiindrj- 

A. II. Amlrpivii & <V. rxtrnH for npnts 

lli-m-K. Ill Pill l.t-mhlp ffi-H 



1 Jpriwy On It! I 



Buhl l?tniiir>lii|t fit.. 
A, II. RnrlHT Mf(i. 
niKTnlo PIttF Co.. 1 

niinli-k. IWlicr * 
JoR. II. Bllt'd. tiD 



ll 


rk«. fi- 

nr hr 

inpl.l'' 






ts- Awn... 


rPBlstiT rreR....[ 










rptrtstrnt 




nit 


"n 1 




















its 

pnlil . 




















Pill. Look 









,mj;k 



Dt^iail of Disburaemcrhts, 1900-1901. 



1 & :<evia, Uvery . 



D. U. Burroll & L. . 

Uaker Bros., Ui^» 

Bowiiiwi Unlrj- Co., milk tou 
Bluner Engraving Co., engra 



iinlcutH auil uiiptiraCuH 
F. C. BUvd & Co., puper'aud pi-lntlng'.. !!!!!. !!.!!!!! 



Ueo. E. Brronl. Jersey cow 

Chaa. a. Baker ft Co., alkaline tabl 

(^rane Co., pli>e and fittings 

Frederic Cranefleld, »ipeDS«a 

Cornlati, Curtis k Oteeoe Mfg. Co. 

C. P. Cooley. fuel, etc 

CoDkiiD ft SODB. roF^l. ele 

Capital City I'aper Co.. paper 

Creamery Pkg. Mta. Co., milk Jar*. 
Coe t Converse, trees , 



mlHe., dairy Hupplleg 



John Casey. Pereher 



lark, ^'i 



ferefortl calves .. 



lone Woven Wire V , .> 

A. Cbapman Co.. hunting 

"' CnrtlsB, photo work 

^ i -lioelnit ., 



T. 

Carman Horse ftboe 

Clasp Envelope Co., _.. _._,.__ 

Crane Bros., paper 

Currle Bros,, mastlca. bulbs, plants 
W. I,. Carlyle, eitponses, entry fees 

C. M. r>enKler. lettering 

P. J. Dlepo^d, Maeksniltli >■ — '■ 

A. B. I>lek i,o.. paper sno inK 

C, II. Dana, labels 

Det BfhnhntbPBke Forlag, booh 
DeLAval Separator Co., belts, 

M. niederleh. mdse 

DennliHin Mtg. Co.. lags 



The A. nirkenimn 



.timber Co., lumber 

on Co.. seed, clover seed .. 

Onlnea pigs 



Dr. n, Howard Davidson, fthmpshire e 
Deerlng Hnrveeter Co.. binding tvlne . 
Diamond Crystal Rait Co., salt saoks , 

R. C. Dodge, bntter tnbs 

Dresen ft Rhodes, painting 

' J. M. Edwards ft Ron, trees 

Blgln Bntter Tnb Co., tins 



K. H. Parrtngtnn. eipenses , 



Franklin Lab. 



isiu 









































































































L. nitrate tablets . 



»'lorlBt* Snnp'T Co., mdsp 

F. B.- Fargo ft To., ear gate, ehee-e boarilB, mdi 
Fuller ft Jobnson M(g, Co.. machinery, repairs. 



30.95 ' 

163 (B i 



■y'e.oo'^Ie 



Repokt of tue Board op Reqemts, 



University of Wisconsin. 



•fBrm nnd offlto pnj- mil. clcrkt. Jaiillor anil In 

W. J. Gamm, repnlr work 

Glucoae Uugar livt. Vm., gltilou menl 

Alei. GalbrBlth, pipi-iimii, service of Malllon 

Gould. WellH li Blackburn Co., sapollo, gold di 

Jobn GrelK. furniture, dcfk 

Gem Fibre Faekage Co., liutter lioxes , 

Kmli Grelu^r, elaBsn-nre, milk botlleH. tnhes .... 

Phillip Gross Hdw. Co., hanlware 

Wm. Gugcl, feed 

U. F. Goodrleb & Co., rubl>er lianda 

William Gilbert, clunB 

W. R. Goodwin, Jr., );oatB 

Goodyear Itubber Co., rHblnT luatllng 

E. 8. Golf, eipenaeB 

L. B. Gilbert, masou work 

Q. Grimm & Son. binding 

H. r. Gibson, envelopes 

Blancbard IJarper. lautem Hllilea, pboto work 

John D. HayoB. home Bbiii'lnB 

HoffmaD A Billings Mfg. Co.. gnlT, Iron ptpe 

\V. A. Henry, dlreetor. Iillls paid, eipt-nses .... 

Haage & Schmidt, Bced pnlnluea 

Fred IIculs. lock and hi'y work 

lIolalelQ-Freslan Agsoi-.. rpclalvatloo 

lyiDla C. Haley, neenl. ins. preiD 

W. J. Ilylund. plumbing 

Haswell & SchoU, (mniing plelnm. [urnlturi', eh 

John C. Haley, agent, Ina. prem 

Theo. narturth & Bon, agenlH, lux. prcui 

H. B. Ilobblns. agent. Ina. prem 

Henry Honfman. feed 

HlnnehB & Thompxou, mdse 

Henry Hank, plumbing 

P. F. Ilarloir. eici-trlcal goods 

Hart-Parr Co., ensliiig 

A. O. HopkluB, eipenKeti 

Hanamann & Dunn. Ibermomelers 

Hunt Bros., hog 

llanehett Taper Co., paper saun'rii 

B. HofTmnn ^irit. Co.. packing 

Chr. Ilnniuin'a Lnliornlnr.v, fOrment 

JohnB-nopklna Prpaa, book 

Ilolllmer'a rharmacy, dnigB and mdse 

W. D. Honnl Co., adrertliilng. tmok 

HllnolB Electric Co.. elcetrle mdiir 

International Mve Stork RmoBlllnn. frt., feed. 

lewpJl Kiirspry Co.. IreeB and pianlB 

J. M. Jnmleson. hooks 

JohUBon Electric Service Cn„ diBCB, holders 

.lonas Broa. milse 

7.. K. Jewett & Co.. moni 

.Taneavillp Hay Tool Co.. JnJvn 

.1. T .W. Jennings, supt.. architect 

J. T. W. Jennings, pipenses 

Ailnm KIrin. hrooma 

J. W. Kerr, trees 

Kenm & Riirpeo llfg. Co.. manure sprearbT 

W. n. Kautfmann. apple slocks, aeedlln(r>! 

),. n. Kerrlrk. Angns enlves 

I'ivnk Kleinheini. exneiiM'S 

Ales. Komhauiier & Co.. ennvaw 

KreHl * Iteek. fenee sinnles 

I.. O. Kellogg, herrv packnc-s nnd treen 

Chns. I.. Kiewert Co.. brUKhes 

KenlKler Bros., livery 

*. Klelnhelnx. miisc 

y. 11. King, einen-es 

*. II. Kai-hcr. lumber 

Kluetei- Urns, fe."! 

«"o. Kraff. plumbinir '. 

Vroneke Rr<n... bnrdn-nre 

Kins A TToiber Co.. pine and fittings 

rnm-ke * Bneehner. man 

InmcH Idugbiln. team for creamery wagon .... 



16,015 TS |. 
22!i0 






9 S9 

1«S »l 
44 60 

1E6&S 






















































































































































146OT 













Univeksity of Wiscokbin. 



Detail of DisbitrsemerUs, WOO-WOl. 



N. A. Lttdd, ageut. Ins. pretn I 6 TS ;.., 

W. B. Ladd, aiceat, Idb. pieiu j 18 |.., 

K. M. Lamp, aifcin, luB. pretn \ 47 M |... 

•icorge D. LliUe, expeuiKH I ii Mi ,.,. 

1. LiimoBt. bookn I 'ivi ,,.. 

LanglBg WheclbatTow Cu., truet 1 4tW|... 

A. C. McClurg & Co., bouks /..., Vi 11 |.,. 

Montguan-ry. rt^ard & fu., mdiie., hnltcr tow i-uvuni , liU M |.., 

SlaUIWD Cas « Klec. Cu., gna uud curn-ut | 8n W |... 

A. A. Ua^i^rE. mdac | illiii |... 

Mra. B. D. SIontgonH'ry, servlug Iniii'b aotXfi... 

Mlller-ParkloaoD I.uinlwr Co., lumlwr i 1S4 91 ,... 

K. A. Moore. eipFDBPH I 110 T4 j... 

McCormick Harveutlug Mii(-li<iiv Uu., vilraa 1 SWj... 

W. J. Meltier, plDiuliiug I IK ... 

Motrer-Harwooii Uulry Supply Co.. bells und fXlrUH ] IS 70 ]... 

Morris Machine Worka, apiiaratua , 7<iU0 ... 

Tboa. Meebaa ic Ijoiia, plaiitit I -a^V ... 

iiarry MorKao*. treea I 2"b ... 

Mndlaou Saddlery Co.. repulrlug aud barueaa , 146 00 ... 

W. T. McCodiiell * Sou. uiclB*- S 33 ,... 

T. F. MM,'onnpll, fxiH-nseii , 33 13 1... 

The i-rra Mawj- Co., curd imlllt und I'aniM .*. , SOI |.. 

Merrill Lnlulier Co., ahuvliiKH I 177 7/;.. 

A. il. UulD & HODM. OKriiln. lim. pri'ui j W 14 |... 

T. V. Munaou ft Sodh. treea I 12 Oil ,... 

L. J. MnellciT <N>., uteam UtHng ..■. 39 n .. 

T. r. McCarthj. maiwin work I 24 10 |.. 

Meltier & bylanil. pluiublng 7 lu |,.. 

" "-- palntfnjt i 18 93 1... 

trcafl.. exiH'naeK »t KnC MovV Kipo | 46 93 |... 



Mnuti Broa.,' palntlnK 

C. D. Moyer. frcas.. ej . . . 

MvngeR rtinrinai'li'ii, ilriica lind iiiilNe I 41 30 1. 

Madison Cyclp Co., nirtw 1 TB |. 

K, Morden, puinp work , M 50 |. 

F. W. Meneray. plnm HH>dl]n»n> 4 CO ;. 

Manrlllp CorerlnK Co.. |>l|n- i-otitIhk K SK ,. 

MacUluUts' Sapply <'o.. iniloir pot and c-ntten I i& ■. 

tiro. MpKerrow, Dom-t ram | S7 51 i; 

K. Mdrf-Duan & Co.. ritmmiitntor cniupuiiud 1 ot :. 

L. Mnuat<«« (Ni., Hlldc hoxcii I 1 80 l. 

•Milk pay roll j 2S,421 b» :. 

(Ipo. i\ Merrill, regent, expenwii 1 33 85'. 

The Mueller Co.. grHtPS 101K>7 !. 

Sortbnip. KIdk & Co., seeds 1 T 8ii j. 

II. J. Noyea, cHeene 1 43711, 

R. r. NlrodemUH. nfient, Ins. prem «7 *) 1. 

J. T. Neaa, old rppDrts ' 1 60 ■. 

U. n. Ko..(e. BBPnt. In«. preni ' 42 24 '. 

l,onlH P. N'Hfla & Co., milk boKlP ti'Kl.TH I i sn . 

Northehi Elec. Mfe. Co., pinion n 



■■ Mfe. I 

... __ re, mdw ! 79 37 ... 

Oppel's Oroeery, berry erates I 4 00 ... 

John O. Ott. agent, Ina. prem I 20 34 ... 

Harlow fl. Ott. droga 1 3 IE ... 

('"Brlen * Seanlon. livery 6 On ... 

Wlllliiro Owens, plumbing < 76 34 ... 

Fred Pltlman. books I 2 00 ... 

I.. J. Plokarts & Co., mdi* 30 30 ... 

Jos, Pearsons, servlec of linll 2 ,10 ,., 

•I'ni- roll. Hbop work I X44 14 '... 

Ti. H. I'Hnw, books I 7501... 

PbHP Woven Wire Fonre Co., wire fenee 1 :a7 RO '... 

Petrle. KlllotI & Merrinttton. nineblnery ' 21 00 ■... 

Pnttprson Pnrehment I'liper Co., nnper & paper drcnlnrn' 47 IK .... 

Wm. J. Park * Co.. mdsc I 1 Oft '... 

Potlard Taher Co.. painting 1 4* 84 1... 

V. a. Phoenix, plants I *H\l... 

Ij-wIb Post, plants ..,.| 1 80 :... 

Reo. H. Pateh. sewer pipe I 49 00 1... 

Reorge H. Pateh. rannnre ! 2S no '... 

M. F. Pnnnnek. draughting I aooi... 

I.. J. Ppdt Salt Co.. salt 1 I2 5i)i... 

Rogal Paeking Co.. hnips and packing 1 3ia i... 

A. H. nongp. Teed I 13S40I... 

Roneh * Reeber Co.. huttor storage : 1 44 1,1 I... 

Rlppley Hdw. Co., Arc hoi. whltawoshlng apparatus | 13 20 j... 



;.'.L)i:)'^Ie 



llErOKT OF THE BoARl> OF BeqENTS. 



University of W. 



11. L. Iluasell, vxv 
UlvUanlii tL Co.. l. 
J. J. Bli-burtleou, <. 
UucreiBiT Itoaril ot Itpgciii 






ii]>y liODk DUd L-lotha 



lleuty Bcbvk.. ._ 
Htttnik Mtc <J<>., 
lUiea, Hniiiu & Ou 

Angust Ht-hulbel, I 

Ulvphenson & HtaOciuaun, Iln wurk 

J. U. Smiin, eippuseit 

titaadaril l*ap*!i Co., paixr hiiJ rave 

W, 8erk i;o., uca» 

SKudvra IlililI&lDs Va., blnnlfH .. 
Jubn 8rhllmj{en. nttrnt, lim. pii-ui. ■ 

UeoTKB Bcbncliler, fevu 

Cbna. 8ulTerKin, lvw 

Jubn abarp & «"i> plastprluK 

Edwin SniniiM' & Htin. indm! 

L'baa. A. StrpllnBer fu., wnxlc i'diih. 

licrliert L. Swei-t, piB 

II. Klilllltiglan-. cuvpr fur turil 

L. SpeDPcr. nhiito work 

K, if. Shaw. ciiHUiws 

mandanl Ull 



|H>atiiK<.'. frt. auU fxp... 



Ktate J< 



I rt«. < 



„ prIiitluR nnil iHiper .. 



.. .1. Xtiirck. Btepm 

I., O. ThompsoD. fpnl — 
'J^Iot & GfraHon. prlntliiji 
J. M. TUorhurn & Co., aev 
Turner & Ilflrrlsoii. sIppI | 
Ilenrj- Trwmncr, stale ... 
■ito 'JVjppfcr, I ■ 



i!y do,, tjpewriter .. 



_ -,, h Snpnlj 

I'ulverslty Co-op. Cii., niilKi 

II. C. Vprnon, hornp 

Vpniiont Farm Maclilne Co.. Ix-lta 

J. C. Tau^n.npFilii, nllintptni 

Alfred %'lrlaii, lillla palil. Pipi>nscii 

' Wflla-K<-KmBU €n., bnakFlii 

WlwoDitln inianiiAcj, ilrufci, vie 

WllllnniH * Soiup Co.. labvlB 

('. !). Wnrnlbiiry. Iiranii 

V. 8. WrtwtPT, ty_pPwrltor rihhons 

WlKcnmiln Diilrjr flnpply Cn„ color. rbii'Hc Iioxph... 

Wnterlu«-B Thprmomptor On., t1iFrini)mi^i>rs 

Wrkiiir. Hi'mnanx & Bp&pilirt. niinimicrapb 

Wliitink Taper Co.. paper 

H. B. Wi-iuter. lir^^iUuR crate 

Kilw. WlfllnmH. milae. 

WhItBll. Tatnm A Co.. vtala and Hihmi 

Wiedenbeck. Dnbelln ft Cn.. hanlnnre 

Wantibnm-Croitliy Va.. bran 

n. H. Warder, locatlne AitrieulUirnl rolli^e HuIIiU 

I^ Wolff ySIg. Co.. inilw 

II. I,. Teaser, crlnillnjc fiHMl 

J. G. Zlniniermnun, mnterlnl and Inbor 

Zenner Dimnfertant Co.. tnnkx 

S. li. Zwerit, rliHlinrb plantn 

COLLEGE ilF I.KTTIOliS ANT) HCIENCK. I 

W. A. RiMitt, illrerlor of Srbool nf roiiimerpe. and iirofes-l 

«or. (.alary ■■;■..' M.wn on 

Rlrbani T. Ely. dlre<-lnr nf Srhnol <if Ei-nnnmlrfl nnd Pn- 

lineal SHenee. ntnl orcifeiwnr. rnilary I 3,d«0 fW 

E. A. nirne. dean of the Collf^p of Li'llers and Roleiiee.! 

nnd nroFewor. nolnry f | S.SflO 

C. Q. naBklnB, profeaaoT, iaiary I 3,000 



6G W 
II 
























































































































































saji 




























































IwSS 








^U 









I 

.'Coo'^^'lc 



LIniveksity of Wiscohsik. 



Detail of- Dinburaemenis, 1900-1901. 



W. W. DaulellH, imilKWiur, ttiliii)' -■ 
1>. U. Fniii)tvnliiir|[i>r, prulLiuui', miIui 



tk'buul vt Muslf, aiid pru-i 



'.. ulsuu, iirufusitor, wilury 

^. lluriH-r, prufcHHor, HUiury ... 
i. HuUourcl. pixifi'imur, wiluvy .. 
_. Mutiughuii, ]iru[i^aiM>r, xularj' . 
. U. WIUiuniB, proIiisiHiT, xiilHr; .. 



k prureimur, lulnTy . 



r (^ulHii, HSBliilaiit prutvidBur, iialiii'}' ,. 

. i^lril, awisiar- ■ — ' — ' — 

Klsoiu. director 

.1. lIublH). |)n>I(i< ._. _ , . 

;. Sliarp, nwliitHat pniroiHir, 



'. S. Miller, aHdotnut iiruTiwi 



W. lllllfcr, OKKlataut prufvMior. xnlflTr 

1,. W. Dowllug, UMiliitaDt iirufcHHir. milnrjr 

K. It. Bklnnvr, OBHliitaiit iirufcnuir, Hillary 

1^ W. AuHliu. nBslHtunt profi-wwr. Milnry 

\V. H. Maridinll. uHslHtnnt protiwHir. anlnly 

41eo. R. Noyes. 'awjlutant profcsBor, iialary 

\V. V. Olt^w. aiwiHlunt pmfiiwir. salary 

J. P. A. Hyri", diiiHlHlaiit iinifi-Kwr, milar)- 

Aliliy M. MnyLun-, lulHtreKK ti( L'bnillninnK- llul. 

HiaUiit proTeBaur 

W. B. <'a1nui. awlataDt protosaiir, Kalury 

K. 11. JnncH,' avlatant pruffwwr, aalury 

H. W. Woin), asalataiit profuaiwr. Halaiy 

V. fufBhfT, aairiatant pnifiwMir, ralary 

Knaan A. ttterllug. aaalstant profiwaur, Hulnry . 

I.ui-F H. (tfly. aanlataiit prufpaisar, xnlary 

Vi. D. Fnwt, iDBtnwtor, iwlnry 

O. a . LItibr, tuHtnictcir, aalnry 

A. Trawlirluio. niwlictant priifi-HKor. Halnrj' 

A. A. Kunwiton, aNaUtant pnifiwimr, wilnry ... 

K. K. I'iob. InHtmrtDr, aalHrj- 

A. Beatlj, InatniElnr, mlary 

W. F. Mrtinivt, IHHtrnctor. aalnry 

J. M. CIcmentH. niwliitnnt profi-twir, MHliiry 

Ablile F. Eataa. IhMtrnctor, Milnry 

Alex. Kerr. iirofpHBor. anlnir 

A. H. O'Dps, iDHlrui-tnr nnil an 
Kilw. Ropilder. lUNtmctnr, anlary ... 
tittn B. I.P9BI11K. InstniPtor, nalary . 
to. A. Tbnrhpr. iimtnirtnr, aalnry . 
It. E. N, niHlKC iimlniclnr. anlnry . 
(iei>. W. WIlilCT, InHtrnplor. niiUry . 



il aHNtstnnt. vnlnry .. 



pily, 1 ^ 

. jlraniT. Iimtrnctnr. . 
r. TlmhcrlnlU'. Instrnptnr. Haln 
I. Sniirlliia. Instmi'fdr. sninry 
linrfni- Allpn. Instrnrtur. snU 



r. W. Baxlman, . 



mow 

UUUUD 

600 OO 

■is 

auuiw 

2iiU Ml 

awuu 
.wiuoo 

uuu uu 

TlWW 

view 

7«)00 
TUOOU 

uuvoo 
eiiuw) 


















































' 














































■zz 


























OOTOO 






















IXKI 00 

90om 
m m 

900 00 

anion 

WIOOO 

moon 

SOOIPfl 

is 

nnn m 















































::,Coo<^le 



Report op the Boaed of Eeqehts. 



UniversUy of Wisconsin. 



A.1I, It. Falrchilil. U. W. ffilow 

It. U. IIuU, OBslKlnnt, valary 

llOMilla A. llutberlll, lulwratur)' HBalataiit, 
"-",, Hulury 



Artbar A. Kocb, i 



^. r. KHIotu, I^. W. tplluw 

C'bnB. McCnnliy, V. W. f^liiiw . 

f. K. IfntfTii, V. Vr. Mlow 

Annie M. I'ltuuiu, U. \V. fetluw .. 
<'. K. Ituberdt, luHtruclor, milnry 
Murunrrt A. Mcbaffupr, li. Vi'. fell 
Aniib- N. Hcrll)bvr. I'. W. Mlow 
lleriiiuKn Kchlnodt, iDHtmirtiir, kl 
Wlni frill 'FltiiB, aaKlatiint, iMlarir 

J. K. Wlliunl, i:. W. ft'llow 

K. H. 



'Ulnrj 



. Ynilli 
■.. Mlllvr 






„ H. iiinei;"lT.""\V; ftTliw ! 

<l. K. iHblKnwii, aHMlHrnut, mlniy 

II. II. Ilitilianl. sniilunte Hcbiilur 

('. II. DamlMfhlu, IT. W. fclluw 

K. \1. IIiTfurtb, ambttaut, Hlarr 

J. 10. ]>nvli>M, Mliiili>nt awiiiitnnt 

MllilrnI <'a*|]<>, Hludi'ut niudHtant, Milan' - 

A. K. Ontliomi'. aioiliituut, mlary 

J. W. Bulnl. v. W. fellow linirt) 

I.. A. Anilermu, Kni(lDnti> HcUalar 






wilaiy . 



. . . ,. -...itHtant, mlarr 

v. It. IIownBtnitcel, protiwiinr. KHbuT 

<imi. <'. t'lakp, lnHtiui>lor, KnluiT 

K. T. Owen. iirofPRMir. mil.iry 

I, Htnili-ut aMUHtant. anlnry . 



A. II. WnltfTmlorf. iWHlarBnt, railnry . 



I Horn, atiulriit amlHtant, imliiry 



RIatiPlh Vo^rhnaen, i ., 

W. t>. Tnlhuan. liiatrnMor. wilary 

Pnnl Tnilt, Hlnilcnt aiviliitnnt, Milnry . 



, . ■ Bi'iiiliiati' » . 

I). II. ltwlnt;lt>. SRtilNtNnt, Hilary 

II. A. Rnbi-r. profi-mior. milary 

J. W. Schnrttr. hmtrminr, luilary 

M. A. Slinw. r. W. fHl<iV (Imrl) 

Wni.-B. Itiilwi'ttnin. in'iiilitatc ai-linlnr 

Jnhn B. AJt, Hnnnratu* 

J. 0. Arthur. bIMpk 

A, B. Am™, nK<>nl. Ininiraim- pn-mliim... 
W. Apel, aiipariitiin . 



n<l (I 



Rnntlrlc. Pn-hPT « Mi 

JaniM li. Rliltllp. BpimrarnH 

K. It. Buckl<T, pXTii'nHCN cxravniint 
A. K. RiilflnBtnn. V. R. A., nrilmini' 

V. A. Rnvkbann. liiinkii 

Jobn A. Rmshpar. mnrnvp erntlnf* 

nib'ii. nuFrcniie & Snhnplilcr. hnnlwi 



,. M. riMiipDlK ~ ... 

V. H. Oolllna, fanclclp 

!I. rbrlntoffmr Co., funiLlnrf 

I.uiIwU CsiitaKim, n mi" ■'"tun 
M. J. rnnlwell. printing .... 

r. A. f-nrtlB. blllB iMil.1 

J. M. riilToril, HBPnt. Inmirm 
Dane Co. TelppboiK' Co.. rpn 
rtpmocrat Ptg. Co., prinflnit 



J. R. For]. John 






4UUVU 
















««« 






































20IHjO 

mm 

6SSO0 
















560 (Hi 




























































































^r^ 






irS?! 




















300 no 








^ss 


























4B TS 

360 
24M 





















Di:;-iz?.i:-yV^iUUV 



University of Wisconbi 



Delail of Disiurscmc-ats, 1900-1901. 



Lmlc fut baud.. 



■ W. & I.. K. Gurley, npiitiratati 

I'lillHit UroHii HilW. CO., hawwnre 

Theouore Uuvvirlur, leiwlr lurmtnrc 

Aluvrt B. Hart, luctiirer : 

L. C. Haley, ■kcul, Insanuice premlnn] 

Joliu L'. Iluley, Hgvut, liiiniraiK.1! ptututam ..'. 

'I'tieo. UerCarlli it liou, ugcutii, luHaniut.i! pieuiluui ■ 



Blancharii UarpiT, InaCerii itlidi 
W. iiav«rluutit & rippuw. ■ 






Wm. Uoskloii & Co., Lluw |>Tin! and (uruuve .. 

UaBwdl A Kvlioll. tui-nltnri: 

IIllilHird, Dpfucer, Unrtk'it ft *:•>., lianJwnre,. 
IIullliit«r'ii I'tiamiacr, ilrugH, I'licuilculB aiiil n 

L. M, Hulej, muHlv for baud 

■lUnols Ulec. Co., eleclrlv niilHV 

It. Jaiiir, apparatiu 

Jonas Uroa,, ludw- 

Knlwr BruH., nidao 

■' ■ "■ ' u frKi'MHi'Dlcb, i-nga 



Keetey, Necki-nimiiu k. okhoi 
¥. U. King, BtulTcil badgpr . 
Max Kobl, apporatna .. 



;qai Jhoui, upyiLraiua .,,.,......,...,.... 

W. B, Lfldil, ncent, Insitrniii'o iireiulnti 

l^oiia & Danbnur. lamidry 

Krnut LpilK, mkroHmpc 

Idiusinc Wbeellian'oH' Co., troc-lc 

Lyon it Hi>aley. rvpatrliiK nllu horn.'... 

F. A. I^belle. r<'{ialrlug Iiinillmc 

K. U. Lniup. necpt, InsurauL'C premium 
TLp M. C. Xlliey * Co., n'jHilrTns ■wnli 

I^yd RroH., puotugrupha 

N. A. Ladd. ageut, InHiiranci- premium 
H. T. l.crdall, flauut, iosuraurc prviult 

Marhlnists Supnly i'o., hl-tcws 

A. H. Ualn Jb Hon, attPiitii, tumirnnLv p 
JamM V,. MoBCliT, atntloiiory, otc 



John U. Manlcr, 

MadlHou Cyple Co., ladHc... 



Hpury MrSbanc Mfs. C'li.. nppnralnx 
MoiilgoniDiT, Ward & Va.. (uniltnrc . 
Moori> & Rciirer. window huiit;[nKa 



It. C. Nicodemiis, arcnt, lohuraoco preiuium 

Ni'W York Store, taOmt 

John (i. Ott, agent. Inxuraucu proiulum 

rolLifd & Tnlier, prlnliog 

Orr Sc T.oek<!U lEiIw. Co., In>ui-U, oil Mou.-a 

■i'ay rr.H, lalmr, <-to 

F. A. rnrluT, ilmwinns 

L. J. rirlinna « Co., xtntlimpry 

A. ir. Iti-vnll ft Co., ruhhpr rloth 

Itnuil, Mr>N'ally & Co.. map* 

fieti. II. Basscll, agent, prominm nn onlnanr^ bond... 

John A. ItoeMing ft Rond, Iron mah conl 

Rlcbardn & Co., Lmtd.. (■homli-ala 

ItUMiell « Erwln Mfg. Co.. hanlirnre , 

John ScfallmKcn. nupnt. In)inrnn<'i> pivmtnm 

Sumner ft MorrlH. Iinrdworc 

W, N. Bmlth. gas HMiirmi 

Tbeo. C. HohnrldiT, namera. npTinrntiiH 

Starck Mfg. Co.. himlier 

<i. B, atechert, hooka 

Shwi, Smith ft Co.. mnn-hniiillso 

Slatlngton-Bangnr ftlxte Syriil.. sinfr li]iii*kli'inri[» 



18 90 
140 00 

m^ 

- 4S45 

« w 
VIP 

24 29 

11 

mat 

86 94 
12 » 

■11 

161 4S 


































































































9K69 










































29 SI 

a in 

49 6K 

il 
























non 







i :,-^iOO<^le 



; Board of Regents. 



Lniiersily of Wisconsin. 









1 urinl 



. , [iiumg iiianOH, 1 ft., rt-palrlug iiUdus 

t(M;n>latj IKiard uf itpguntii, frt. aiiil cxiirtiiH 

W. IjCCuUIe HtUTfllH, pilKUUt 

hltphi-uiiuu & Ktnui-iuiiuu, iianiwtini aud tio wurk.. 

JiBWpliIiiu K. Tiiiifii. AiuerlcBii AlfCHf 

Tracy, UlliUii & Cu., prlnriuic 

"' r& Uleaiiou, ptmtlUK 



t'ulTtraltr ItoulboiiiH: Co., n'lialrliiK t 

UulvenEty Co-oii. Co.. luiliu! 

ChariuB ViTdlD, upiMraluB 

WlDcontiln Telephone Co., reutalB and tul 
WlHUODHlit Brlilsu Hi Irou (^o., auKle Iruii . 
Wyckoff. HpammiR & Bnipdlrt, (;|iewrlt 
cubliicl udJ tyiiewrlter 

Ruber) W. WihhI. Beit'nut aud Inbfnji 



li Xlcgli-r, npimra 



ClIM.Ktll': Ol' MKniAMCK AMI KXtilXKKIMNd. 

J. It. JiihuHiiii. dean niul prore.twii', wibiry 

•'. I'. JuekKuii, prufessur, iialur) 

Klurm ItiilL, pnireswir, iialnry 

V. K. Turiiciinre, pro('4>iuuiv. nxiiiri- 

4'IUIB. 1. KiiiR, iirufi 



K. JJanrer, pn^i-miur, nolary 

"' RIcbter, ai*il«laiit vrnfemar. Mtlary . 



X, I _. ._ 

U. V. tttrcuMin, awlHinnt pnifemoT, mlnry .. 
v. V. ]larKi>Mi, aiiidiitHiit proriiwor. iwlary ... 

B. Frankeiifii-ld. tnntrurtur, Milary 

\V. U. liotteH, InHtmelur, mlnry 

<'. II. IluruKlde, liiHinictur, Kiilary 

n. B. ftlniiiieruuiii. liiHtnteliir. Kalnry 

K- W. llarBniTe, llmtraetur. tiatnry 

K. E. Hnnilii, lUHtrnrtnr. aalaiT 

li. A. WJIIInina, awilHlani, unlary 

A. Tniirliiidfif, aiwliitBiit pnifeHMir. wlary 

Walter MelDtoMi, luatruelur, mlury 

It. U IlnnklUHon, toHtraeliir. mlary 

M. I. Cnrbuy. Itistriietur, mlary 

A. It. AmeH. a([Mit, hiBuraniv premium 



. . ... tuliM nriu rhalnt 

& fSona, elertrk iiulac 

dn-wH, K>ttln)i DP etaalra, ii 



BWOO 1... 

wood |... 

9GD0U 1... 
iMUiXI ... 
330W \... 

193 2S ]'.'.'. 
167 00 I... 
mST ... 
730 1... 
775 38 |.., 
24 18 1... 

GZU '{.'.. 
moo 1... 
321 00 1.. 



Cniihllii & HmiK. rurl 

('nHdiy StpQUi <laKe Co., Indlentiir enril . 

Crane nriw.. pniier 

J. II. Toll ft m.. reiialrluB i.Ujecrlvea ... 



;i. rhrlHtfitTerB 
Cltv of MnillBori 



232 » I. 

17 lit '. 

ino [. 

121 6! |. 

8 SO I. 

20 IS I. 



Di;;-izp.i:-y^iUUV 



Univeksity of Wiscohsin, 



Delail of Dishursemenis, 1900-1901. 



MaCLgK iitg, Cu,. wtHjU pulli-y 

Iilretl Sri""utDr Co., ntvaui Bfimtator 

tiufou It idiyuc l.lir. Cu., luinlwr 

Klci-ti'li-nl Buiipl)' ('».. elCH-'lHt guuilH 

I''. W. Kiuerxou Vtg. Co., drariing talile 

TboiuuB F. icaittei'. appHrnti-K 

KtguIhk Wlvmuain Co., |>rlutliig (.■otHlOBUe 

f. K. Ututman, electric umtcrlul 

Kttivanl Fischer & l.'o.. uiil»: ; 

A. V. Folton, cholrK 

N. FrederickKon & Snna, i^xtniB uliout Eug. bullUliie a 

lumber 

Chan. Fraulacbi. forullure 

E. M. Foi, ageiil. InHuraoce premlnni 

W. J. Clniuiu, i-liffk. repair woik 

I'bllllp GroHH Hdw. Co.. harilwtire 

A. II. C.inliier & Co., packlDir 

B. V. tioodri<-li Co., nibbiT ImikIh 

John CreeK, rDrulliiiv 

I.. R, i:llbi-rl. iimiuin work 

tircgory Klcclrle Co.. eki-trli: «inHiratuB 

UonlHTt MfK- Co., Hlemii wiarntiir 

Tlim. Ilcrriirth & Sou, ngi-nts, Ir '-— 



ili-y. aacnl 



— ,, . luHnmiire iimiilniu 

K. r^. IlHnklaHDQ, w-haol nrtlunH 

II. It. Hobblno, nKi-nt. Insurance premium 

Charif 



. Ilolipn, KAlnr; 



James B. Iliilttnn, !iHliiry 

Iloopes & Townwncl, Hi^rcvx, etc , 

Henry Hell Chenilcnl Co., cberalcals and appnrntUH.. 

Ilnrt-Pnrr Co.. I'nKtlntcn 

r. P. Ilarloir. clei-lric KOodH, x 

Blancbanl Harper, lautcni oltileH ., 



e and socketi 



Illblurd. flpencer. Bnrtlett & ( 






tnilHn 



Kuhia & Kllerbe, traDxIt . 

Kroneke BroH.. Iianlvare anu tooik 

C. I. King, expeiiHes ., 

Kliuc & Walker Co.. pipe and (ItfliiKH ., 

B. Krnnkenfletd. eipeDSCH 

Arnold Kublo, traiiHit 

KalK-ley h Geldhnm. renalr alate root 

KeufTel & Ewier, rhcmlcniq 

r. 1, King. Reboot of artlnana ,. 



■ KratBc 



■chool o( nrtlaa 



Oskar Iicnner. apparato- 

N. S. I^dd. avr>iit. Inanrancc premium 

W. B. I.B'ld. Bsent. Inaurance premium ... 
II, T. Lcninll. aRent. Inanrnnce pmnliim . 
R. M. I^mp. nKent. Innitrnnce premliitn ... 

W. a, lAttCH. Rchool of nrtlBBOB 

Mncilwm nna ft Electric Co.. (tan and ciirrf 
Mnnli BroR., pnlntlnK 



. Mnynn 

fl R. MoBcley, i 



idflc. . , 



■. phllllna & f 

Mllwnnkec LenfBcr BcKlnR Co. pad 
3. (1. D. Mark. Hehool of artlaann .... 
t.. J, Hnellcr Fnninre Co.. Btenm woi 
Men«rcs I'hnrmndPB. dniEB nnfl mdRC 



Ml «l 

36 00 
M31 

11 00 

3 e 
105 » 

35;i 

s.oez 24 

19t Wi 

si 

4 00 
1 20 

»9W 
13 III 
79 2U 

720 

%W 

auoo 


































































































ill 

30 22 

'IE 

MO 00 

.11 

720 

ISO no 
40)111 
72 92 

no? 

SRI) on 

270 
SI 42 
IB 79 
l,56s BO 
7« 



































































) :,-^iOO<^le 



RePOBT of the liOARD OF ReGEITTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



AiaiHUD it KJtm, {ulutlug tiuuait rods 

iieuier at iijlauu, iiiuuiuiug 

AoriuHii nlBtuif fliig. Lo., txttaa 

II. li. ftuuii;, ui^HL. inauram;!; jii uiuium 

'I'lUlDB UIb'JU il (,U., WOiKUlUg Opp., n;lllU lEHL app... 

JUDU U. Utt, ageiit. Iuhuibucu iheiuIuui 

b. K'. I'uuuuck, stauH cultlus 

Wui. J. tark di Co., iuu«e 

I'ituburg itKclUftlou' CO.. wiiB '. 

rKaJUBUiHi; 'i'tuxt Co., tarmcun: 

I'olitifil & Taber Co., patutiug uud HLailpH, eiu 

ICLthurdB & Co., Llu., clieutiL-alB auil apparatus 

A.'wi Ulcuicr. tipHDiim .V.V.V.V.V.V.';.'";.'!!! 

Ulcbarda Irun Viorka, viiglue 

A. W. Ulohtisr, aidiool ot arllsaiia 

U it. Uowell, aeliool oC attliuiui) 

KniDBer ft Uorrlo, hamware 

AUs- tMbellwl, banlwari! 

Ubelby Htecl TdIm: L'u., stcol tube 

Edwlu Sumner A Sou, muae 

Stepbensun & StnUeiuaiiu, timvork oud bilw 

SwartB Metal REUnlnK Co., waate 

Slate Journal I'riutliiK Co.. pnutlug 

Starok MIg. Co., lumuer 

U. V. SweuBon, eipuUHea 

Standard VarulBb Worfca, varulBh 

slatlngton -Baugor tjLate Cu., Hiate btftckboanla, etc. 

Kbn, amltb & Co. luUsu 

StBudard Tul. ft VAen, Co., braaa (.■antiiiKi) 

Cliaa. A. SIrrJInger Co., gtara 

Frank A. Starck, ncc. t-onlrupt. liul, on (leak cont 

T.. K. BmKb. blllH paid 

C Sldner tjhenard & Co., Bneclal alloy 

J. W. Slundt. school ot ortlsanB 

B. V. SwenHon, scbnol of arllBuuB ....*. 

John SchllmtcGU, flRenl, jnaurauce premium 

F. K. Tiinnmnre. (iipeuses 

Tracy, Glbbs ft Co., printing 

Hobpy Furnltnre Co., curtain cord 

University Co-on., mdflp 

University of Jflchlgau, rending desk 

Vlfiposlty on Co., oil 

Western Elpclric Co., Plontrlc mdBC. etc 

Wyekoff, SeamaiiB & Beocdlet. carbon paper, typei 

WJpdenlwck.' DobeVlii "ft Co.. hartwa'^^ 

WlHconnln rharmaey. dnigH and nifrchandlae 

YnlP ft Towns Mfg. Co., cbpck» 

Yuhr ft Ijingp Drue Co.. Rnimonla and Bbnllnu 

O. n. Zlmnieminn. ftrboiil of artlnaiiB 

Rpcretnry Board ot Itcueuts. poBtngc. frrlRht and 

ADMINISTRATION. 

r. K. AiloiDii. president. BXlary 

K. A. HIrge, aPtlnfi presldpnt. salary 

J. n. Parkinson, vloe-presldent, salary 

W. n. IIoliliB. Vnlverslly editor, salary 

E. F. Ullcv, secretary, salary 

,T. T. IV. JenriEnEH, su perl ut ending nvi'hltect. salary. 















































































taw 

7(9 tS 
44 4D 

76 OK 

"si 

BOT 




































13 10 

loeoe 

if 

ii 

22 S2 

ill 

8S73 

"1 

66S35 


























































Eoooa 

S.TBOCO 
1.219 S* 













Di;;-izp(i::y^iUUV 



Univbksity of Wisconsin. 



Deiail of Disbw-Bcmenis, 1900-1901. 



v:. A. BIrse, iicUdb presldf^nt, coatlDKeDt lunJ: 



I., u. M'uifMiiMU]. aiuilsclUH rtKiBi 
f. ». tsllcUter, uur xUsre of i-iire 



NorLh Ceuiral i 



[luiubemblp 
" auii phocuD. 



-„ 1700 

Troi'y, UlbliH & Cu., printing i^rwlll canla, ele.... 17 SO 

li. lirlmui & auii. bluJiLg dl-IiuuI dlrLi'torleB 1 jio 

('. F. UiuItU, rip. to Unloaga. an tleli'guie to 

lutvtluK ot AuMH-. AmiT. L'lilTenltliii U« 

E. A. Itirtcv. txpviim'H of eiiateru .trlu, lueutlnic 

of Akimh'. Amer. tJu<vers1tli>s 116 40 

v. F. Uuiuke, pbolugnipha 1 60 

(}. A. I'lilley, addreHHlug uavi-Iopva 3 SO 

[ir John BiiBCOU], exp. iiB Iwtuvvr SO 00 

.1 L. Sarat'. tlrauiiblluK uiuu far calalotE <i 50 

'■ ■'-'■ - ~— '-■ 'jouKbt 



.11. lIul.IlK, 



M. J. 

Angell & Hunt 
M. Birrv. tic 



!li, prlutlDg cardH 9 M 



■i-H". 






* vlnlti 



Onllowaj, pippimrB oh ri((pnt .. 

('. r. GlttlnKH, pxppnwn aa vlalliir .... 

Vi. D. HItwtaud. rpfflxtrar, aalnry 

J. C. Htj-vrard. FxpenHCB as visitor .. 
•Ijilior iMiy roll— ("IcTkn, Janltura. etc. . 
Oenrge F. Mprrlll. expraam an rc^ul 
John E. Morsan. PxppDSMi as rp^vut . 



Jan. E. MoH 






J. y. Morrow, expenivs as vlallor 

(ieoTge H. Noyps. rxpeiiBpa na reRput 

<'arHe B. Oaken. PTprnara nn vIMtor 

(iporjte W. Pppk. pipt-naps an rpeent 

EllxaHpth n. PpckhniD. pxpi'napii aa vlallor .... 

RookwHI * Riipel Co., BtBtlonfry. Id^ei 

S<>cretary Roni-rl of Hpspnta. poHtafn'. fn-ltclit ai 
Hplinraab dtamp & HpiiI Co.. rulilipr Rlampa . 

J. II. Htmtt, oippan-a an rpiCPBr 

Jan. A. aiiprldan. pxiienat-H hh vlallor 

■rrapy. oibhs ft c 



II. M. YoT 



1, pjppnBPS as TlBltor 



COI.I.ERE OP LAW. 



Ilnwarrt I.. Hmlth. prnf 



-.ooi^Ie 



: BoABD OE Reqehts. 



lersity of Wisconsin. 



Bute W. Junes, lei-turer, ijaUry , 

H. M, KmiUIoru, IcL-curer, uiiai'; 

Juhu M, Ullti, levturur, BUlaty 

A. K. Ames, agent, lus. iiremlnm 

B4>Htuu liook (;<j., Ix>uks --.-- 

J. M. iJllUiinl, ogbtil, luHUtuucu preniluui 

Cruiic ic Co., tiHpcr .' 

CsllagLaQ & Cu., iMwka , 

L'uukliu & auuB, fuel, elc 

Hubert Clurke & Co., Iiuuks 

Ufmot-rnt ITlutlng Uo., prliUlLg 

Eveumg WlMwuiilu Co., prlDtlug eatnlugura. . . 

UUwarJ Ftu-bur Co., uyeiet iirciw 

H. ill, Fox, ugeut, taaurunn: preinluiu 

T. H. Flooll fc Co., bookB 

U. Urlmuk & aou, biuiliug ,> 

L. C. Hale]', Bgeul. lus. premium 

U. It. Uublilus, agent, lus. iirem 

Tlieo. Herfm'tb & 8on, agentii, Idh. prem 

Jubn C Hiili>y, aEeat. ins. ucem , 

Keefe-Uuvlduo" ■ — "--'' -'■■■ 



__... _. .... roll, <lei-k». jnultor, 
11. T. Lcrdull, iigoul luH. prem. 
N. A. Ladd. ugfUt, Iria, pruni... 
W. U. Ladd. ngeut, Ina. preui... 
It. H. Luiup, ugeiit. ins. prem. 
L-awyera t.:o.op. I'ub. Co., liuokt 
Jbb. K. MuBoley, atatlanery ... 

A. A. Mayera. mdae 

A. H. Mntn & Sou, agt-uta. Ina. 
H. U. Noble, agent, Ina. prem.. 
R. C. NlcodemuB. agent, Ins. pi 



— _. — A, lUinoiB Law 

JotiD Sotillingen. agt-at, lua. prei 
Bdw. TliompiTOU Co., booka .... 
Ti^-ni-y. <JI1iliH & Cn.. prinllii|[ . 









































fiaste ■,"'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 






















8 10 



sCiirti 



OF Ei»rrATHix and UXIVKUS'TY 



KXTKXSION. 



J. W. Rlen 



ifl. dir.i- 



-- pmfesKor. «nfnrv 

X. W. TreHKiiT. iiHxlHiaiit prodiimir. anlniy 

I'atil S. Itelnacli. pnireHHiir. Milnrj- 

B. I!. Uoyer profuiwor, Knlnry 

F. V. Biieii & co.V'priViting'.'.V.V.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.'."'.!!!!!'.!"!!!!! 

M. J. Cnnlwell, printing 

rrone RrOK.. paper 

DemiHTat I'te. Vo.. prlntiDe 

Rdw, naeher To,, ludw 

fj, (Jrlmni A Son. Idadlnjt 

Jbb. R. Moaeley, Htnttnnerv 

U 3. Plekarta & Co., nlatloiicry 

W. J. Park Co.. imlne 

Tmey. OlIiliH ft Co., prlnrittff 

Tiivlnr A fripndnn. prltitliig 

d TynenTltcr Co.. rciinliiiiK (vpewrlter anil pndu 



OnSEHVATORY. 

I. BBPnt. Ulilll 



A. R. Ami . _ .... 

Rnu<ieh Ic Iionili Opt. Co., nnimralnK ... 
Rllcil. I)n rrpnne & Si'liiiidiler. hnrdn-nt 
Rernaril. Ttrt^en & ItliiHlm. painting . 
IllniiPr Kngrnrlnjc Co., engrnTinR ... 



l;:yC.OUS;H 



Univer8ITY op Wisconsin. 



Detail of Dishursemenls, 1900-WOl. 



Conklln &. Sous, fuel, etc 

C V. Cooley, fuel 

J. M. Cimurd. ugent, Ins. premium 

Dane Co. Tclcpbone Cu., rpntHls 

Kloctrlcal tjnpt^y Co., cU-ctrIc mdH 

K. M. Fox, agent, Inn. iirt>m 

Wm. Oaertner & Co.. n-palfliijc IctpIb 

I^noral Elccltic Co., lucauilivceut elev. InnipB... 

G. Grlmni & Son, bludlnK 

Holllater's I'hiiriuscy. nidBe. 

I.. C. Ilnlcy. ncpat. Ins. prtriu 

John C. Haley. Iii». jimii 

Theo. Herturth ft Son, Ins 
II. R. Hoblilns, agent. Ins. 
■"■Ti! Ilnrper. lanti-rn 
. r^reui. repnlrlng 






I.Blld, ! 



W. B. Lailif. :i(:<>nt'. Inx. prom 

R. M. Lamp, Bsent, hiRuraniH! prein. .. 
"-'• ■' '--'■ Jnnltor- ~— 



(. T. I 



?rilHll. agent. Insurance prem. . 

■ -w.. painting 

Ins & Klee. Co.. gan anil cun 



Mautx BroH., 

MKdlHon Gna _ , „. „„ 

Jus. E. Mospley. stitloDery 

Mone«K I'barnin<-y. ilrugs iiml mkIm'. 

•A. H. Mala ft SflnH. ugi-iits. Ina. prem. . 
II. n. Noble, agent. Ins. nrern 
K. C. Nlrotlemus. ngpnl. ins 
William Owens, plumbing .. 
John G. Ott. agent. Insiininee prem. 



Seen...... „ 

Jobn Sehllmgen. agenl. Ins. 

Snranpr ft Morris, hnrflwai 

Wyckolf, Seninana ft Beneillet. typewriter deiili . 



ar; Itonri nf IteRentn, pus 

Sehllmgen. agent. Ins. prei 

" Morris, hnrflware . 



Mnlx-I SJarrln. hmid ralalngner, snlai 
Stpvp r. RInnti. Ilhrnry nHdstnnt, aul 
Ifnnih H. MlniT. ratalognpr. nalnry . 

A. I.. A. PnhllHlilng Co.. hooks 

V. A. Bmck&niM ft Co., iHKika 

Boston Book Co.. Iionkn 

W. Rnlloek Clark, liook 



p Bros., imper . 



(leologlenl Sorlety of Amerlcp 

(ien[^ Harding, bonka 

loh no-It opklns Press, hook . 



s and Fard ense .. 



Janitor, pnge. i 



II. ir Mnr 

.Ina. ~ ■- 



Hnselev 



er. book . 



and mdae 



1. J. rteknrls ft Co., utatlooery 

Rnnd. MeNallv A Co., ipaiw 

Slate Jonrnal Printing Co.. prlntlns 
Reeretary Monrd of Regents. nn-'Inge 
Sehwaah Htnmp A Renl Co.. hnnd di 

Walter M. Smith, books 

n. B. StpehPTt. lM>oka 

Rhea. !(mltb A Co.. mdae 

II. Sotheran ft Co. , books 

SnmDer ft Morris, hardware 

Tnic7, Olbba A Co., printing 



*D,^'-';;d"rv^.oo'^Ie 



RbPOET of the BoABD of EiEQBNTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



. W. WllsoD, book, iDilCI 



LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 






•L'ulTiTHlty mi^diaDlpH aiid lalior 
D. Appleton 3c Co.. pnrjcloitedla . 
Am. liiBt. of Mining Englnr — ■■ 

F. A. ArOEljcck. wall oiocli 

Aibanr Curd & Paper Co., meWlUc fnwd pnper 

A. S. Aloe & Co.. compass 

Baker, AdamBOn & Co.. c 

W. A. Beulley, lanlern aUitea 

Brown & Sharpe Mtg. Co.. calipers 
"--■■- •- "-'- -11(18, c 






a & DBlKger. mercury stil 

A. Bianc 4 Co., nlauts 

Blled. DuFrenne & Scboplder, ban 
Cbaa. H. Beely * Co., brass goodE 
BauMh & Lomb Opt. Co., cbemica 
J. Bishop i Co.. mdse.. plHtloi"" 
C. L. Bergcr & Sons, level rods 
F. A. BrockbauB. book) 
,7. H. niled, tin work 
Bahei " ~ 



■oda and repairing npp... 



Ulnn 



Ting 



Co., 



Castle & Doyle, smltbliit! roHl 

O. Channte, eipresa on hooks 

M. J. Cnntwcir, printing , 

F. S. Collins, fascicle 

Geo, B. Carpenter & Co., packing .. 



Cambridge Botanical Supply ( 



^,..v..,>- ^."Ji Light Co., oxygen Kan 

Crosby Steam Oage Co., cord, oil. ptanlmeter, I 

I>eitpr riirtlB Co.. I'catiier, scrap line 

Clpvpland Twist Drill Co.. rtrlUs 

fapltal City Paper Co.. paper 

C. F. Cooler, cement, etc 

Conklln ft Sons, coal and Ice 

Crane Co., pipe and flttlnKS 

Currle BroR . plants 

DennlHon Mfc. Co.. lahelH 

DawBor ft Roodwln. checks 

M. nipdcrlcb. miisc 

C. M. Denglcr. lettering 

R. A. Palipll, gold ore 

Demoprat Prlntlne Co., printing and paper 

Eugene DletiB^n Co., chain 

Thpfi, P. Prpsen. repair work 

Doyon ft Ravno Lumlier Co., Inroher 

Oco. L. English & Co., minerals 
Elmer & Amend, cbemlcala and 
Engineering Nc - ■ -■- 



. Klectrlc Apnilance Co., miisc., wire and swiichCR . 

Electrical Snppl.T Co., electric booiIb 

RlcctrlHnn Vtg. ft Puhllshlng Co„ engravings 



A. D. ft .1. V. Frefl crick •on. In 
Fuller ft Johnson M(e, Co., co 

B. Friedlpnder ft Sobn. bnofes .. 
rSrpFOrT Electric To., colls .... 
W. J, Qamm. repair work 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Univehsitt of Wisconsin. 



University of Wisconsin. 



OraBBelll Chem. Co., chemlcalB 
Phillip Grow Hardware Co.. bs 
GoQld, W«1lB & BUicliburii Ua.. 



Wm. Gaertnt 

W. & L. E. Gi . -, 

Hinrlcbn &, TbompBoii. 



tubEng . 



Heary Hell CbemJcai Co., gins 

Thomas Howell, photo platen 

Fred HoelB, lock and key work 

Blanchnra Harper, lantern alleles, photo wort 

W. Hafetlandt & Peppow, mdae 

lllhbard Spencer, Bartlett Ik Co.. paint and bits 

S. Hawlirldffe, Imtern slide carriers 

HolIlflter'B Pharmscy, drugs and mdae 

P, F. Harloff. electric goods ...: 

Hart-Parr Co., castlnga 

International Color Photograph Co., plates and mdse.... 

Illinois Paper Boi Co.. paper poses 

International Brass and >Jlec. Co.. liladlDg poets 

Jewell Electric Inst. Co., glass for Toltmeter, rep. app.. 

Jonas Bros., mdse 

L. B. Knott App. Co., apparatus 

F. H. HorsCord, bulbs 

Kenffcl tc Eaarr Co., desk chairs, band chairs 

A. d« Khotlnrty, cemeat 

Kaiser Brot., mdse 

Kny-Scbeerer Co.. mounted specimens, forceps 

KroDcke Eros., hardware 

King & Walker Co., pipe and flttlnga, packing, elc 

Max Kohl, apparatns 

(Jeo. Kraft. plomblDg 

E.,U. I. LorCHz. repairing app 

IjiwCon & Co.. duplicator 

Ernst Lcltz, Hllde boxe«, corer glasses 

Ij^hn & Pink, drags 

Library Bnrean. cards and case 

C. F. Lamb, nitent. prem. on alcohol bond 

Montgomery. Ward & Co.. furniture, etc. 

J. Raj- Murlln, mdse 

H. B. McGowan. mate 

Anna L. Moore, steacll work 

Madlaoo Saddlery Co.. mdse. and repairs 

Menges PharmncIeR. drags, etc 

Mahn & Co., ICrcls 

Merck * Co.. drugs 

Mauti Bros., painting 

H. Mooera Co., packing 

MacblnlRts' Rupply Co.. mdse.. tools 

Macliado ft Roller, repairing apparatus 



. Maye: 



Hanvllle Covering Co.. pipe corering . 
Madlsnn Gas ft.Elec. Co.. gas nnd curr 

A. r. McClurg t Co., books 

Maillaon Cvcle Co.. tndse 

W. T. McConnell & Son. mdse. 

Jaa. H. Moseley. stationery. pIc. 

Menge« Pharmacy, mdse 

R. a. Norton, repair work 

NHllimal Dfstllling Co., alcohol 

Northern Electrical Mfg. Co.. eilraa ... 

Harlow B. Olt. horai and drngB 

Orr & Lockett Hnrdware Co.. oil and i 

S, Ohprmerer ft C".. mdse 

Wm. Owen^■ olnmblng 

Parke. Darte & Co., chemicals 



Plttabiir 



Reduo 



D Co.. 



Pol'aril-Tnber Co.. painting and paint 

O. L. Petlfdldler. parallel plates, ?nttlng e 

plates, apparatus 

nnhert W. Paul, films 



S4 3G 






n^ 












18 26 








W 












'T. 














2flS6 












5 2S 


















































es9g 


































































































































































»f. 


■;«j";\r;(_ 



IIepokt op the Uoakd < 



University of Wisconsin. 



ifred / 



' Uii'/l, 



) tOOlH 



ICk'hardH ft Co., LmtiTV rIi<>ni1i«lB, Ibcrnioiuetpn'. o 

E. S. Kllphie & SonR. repnlrriiR oiip 

Itussell &, Kdwln Mfit. Co.. hnnlvcare 

KlddiroTd Bros., connter itiiatCTB 

RfTHrtH Metal Keflning Co.. waste 

i. W. Stamford A Co., vlalii 

RnudcrHon. Bros. Sti'Cl Co.. hIpfI 

Standard Oil Co., oil 

— -- Joumnl PrliitliiB Co.. pclntlng 

E Bpltlajt Co., hatlnt: 

Stanlej Ir-* " '-' 



State J 

_... . .. n>pnlrln([ app. , 

Kdwln Snmuer & Son, mdse 

StcphenROii ft Stuileinaiin. tin vim 
Chaa. A. flliTllDBfr Co.. braaa rht 



.^(■ha^lfpr & Bndpnliorjr. rcpalrlDC appnintuK . 

Rwwt. Wallarh & Co.. Krountl iilaas 

AuR. Srheiliol, hardware 

O. E. aieohert, hooka and periodicals 

Rntnnpr & Morrla. hanln-arc 

Standard Tel. & EW. On.. hrnBa cniithi(» 

R, W, Bnow. eipenaps paid 

atarck Mff[. Co.. rapta 

Spxton A O'NpHI, porks 

M. B. SphPBPk * Co., mlilipr 

B. H. RarttPnt & Co.. arid 

M. A. »ppd Dry Piatp Co., platpa 

\,. S. Smith, hookn and Pippngos 

Torrpy Botanlpnl Clnh. book , 



„ __ jlthlns coal 

& Oleaaon. printing 

Rlhtia & Co.. prlnllnfc 



Trnan ft Erdall. 

Tnyli \ ~- 

riirTpralty' Co-op Co.. mdsp 

Vlapoalty on Co.. oil 

.T. C. Vaiiirlian. apcda and oil 

Whitall. Talnm ft Co.. dmaa and ii 

John Wllpy & Soma, Uooka 

Wlapoimln Phnrmapv, drii(t» and mi 

■W. W. Wnmpr. indNP 

KoliPrt W. Wood: tnliliijt and sextai 



a. s. ■ 



I MfsJ 



prolnry Board of H 



aCIIOOL OF PIIAUMACy. 

mers. dlrpptor and nrof.'ss.ir. nnlar 



SnmnPl B. Botcp. iPPllirPT. i 
Richard Plwhpr. Stimnipr P. 
B. n. npnnlaton. Rummpr B 
M. J. CanlwPll. prlnllne .... 



KronPkc Bros,, hardwi 



r aphool cirrnlar... 







































































































































2t 50 





■■■^,:r,z.d 



iOVllv^VC 



University of Wisconsin. 



Detail of_ Diabursemcnls, 1900-1901. 




«es6 

tel34 

ji 

MX 

» W 

8S3 
7 IM 
1« 80 
17 45 
» bi 

!!S 

:i 

6(IU 

11 

1 80 

'S 

«0 

m 

w 

«93 
















Tracy, Ullilm & Co., prlntlug 

A. A. Uayera, mdiie 












































































































Secretary Board of iH-Kents, poKlagp. trplght uiid I'lprvBB 




tS,83I To 


AGRICULTURAL INSTITOTK FUND. 


-as 

20 00- 
IWOO 

moo 
iww 

180 00 

260 no 

60 00 
56 00 

is 

120 00 

|i 

310 00 

is: 

snsoo 

.24135 

11 

moo 

22 18 
140 96 

c 






































































riwB. I^ Hin, InMltute worker. ta\aty 

David Imrle, Institute WQrb^r. salary 

Jfhj J.ng,, fig-'^Wmrni'Ei' 














(■ E. MattMon. In«tltnte worker, salary 

II. J. Noyi-a. InHlltulP workpr, iwlary 

Florenr*! Norton. cnokInK K-hool atpnograjilipr, aolnry.... 










W. F. StUeii. InstllMtP workiT. Matary 










Haltlp V. Stont, Rtpnntcra|ihi>r. Halnry 

II. C. Tnyior. Inatllnte worker. BBlary 

rhaa. Tborp. inatltiile worker, salary 

nelbcH IltWr, Institute worker, salary 




















Clark Engraving Co., ruts tor bnlletla 

7 




■;-|z?.irv^> 



oo<^le 



i'nirprsiJi/ of Wisconsin. 



IJvmui-nit rrmuiig <,'<i.. priuiiupc 

\v. A. llpmy. ilcan. vxiii>um>k 

Jatntv K. UUHPley. Klalionvrj' 

Madlwin Vfvle I'o., mime. 

Uoo. McKvrrow, aupc, i>i|>cniwa iul<lllu^l' iv 

Wni. J. Piirk Co., mJai- 

SuuiOPF * MorriH, Imriitniri- 

HtHie JonrUHl I'liulliig tV. iirlntluR 

irury. <j|jil)b & ('■>.. nrliitiUK 

Bren-lury BuHnl of Ki>g(>iilB. ftvlgbl nu<l i>ilih 

B. A. Itlrgr, diriftor, Hnlnry 

Uinury II. Jubaiion. iikhIkihui jirori-iwcir. miI]II 
Vercy Asbli>y. liK-lnrpr, i(iilar;r 

C. A. Tan Velier, iirofviwor. mlary 

t: J. Turner, dIrei-Kir hikI imtvimoe. tmlury . 

Kv-wlu I'aHt, prorpHMor, Halary 

Louis htblpnliprx, nniA>iiiuir, mlniy 

U. A. llnriKY, profnuKir, aalai? 

I. il. Ilublmnl. pmfpflsor. tuiUrr 

N. M. rvnupuiaii, prurouoir. Mliiry 

J, C. I'llMini. profi-HNor anil illrpdor, miUiy ... 

ttttac A. IjOoh. illriTtnr. niIiii^ 

K. B. nkliinrr, Biwliititiit pnrfpseor, Hilary ... 

J. F. A. I'yn>. aiwIalaDl prornumr, mlnr]' 

W. 8, MIlW. iiMHlHtHut iimffHHur. milnry 

Viptor Iji'Dbl-r. nwlKtiiiil iiroCi-HHi)r. mbiry ... 



ErtW. It. JoncM. fliiHlalaut |L..._ _. 

Wllfml II. Hrbolf. Iprlurer. imlary 

II. <). Tlmliprlakp, InHtrurtor, mlary 

A. (\ IioniPtpD, Initrurtnr, mlary 

L. M. XvaHbpy. a»Hii-. protnwor. xalHry 

(). H. iHhUawa. amlHtant. Hnlary 

W. I>. Frott. aMlMnnt. aalnry 

II. (). A. BrautT. InHtmctur, xalnry 

Ariiiur Rpiiltr. liiMrorlor. wilaiy 

Kntbnrlne AIIpii. InHlnii^nr. mbiry 

II. r. Wolir, amlMHiil, xalary 

AlloD Jnbniuin. profniHor, iiBlnry 

K. R. Wolnrtl. aHBlatniit. HBiiiry 

IlcrmnB Ki-blundt. InKtrui-tor. snbirj' 

Ilnrrict B. UpitIII, Inatnirtor. mlnry 

<!i-onre M. FtHkp. iinifmomrT unliiry 

t^wlH AthiMlon, aMtlMnnt. Milnry 

A. K. Anilpmoii. Iniitrai-Jor, Mlarj- 

*l4ilbnr pny mil 

I']nrl Monu>. mnlllns I'lri-nlam 

J. H. MrNnuKhl, uinlllnK clmilnrn 

i.. J. raiitn-pll. tirhitliiK 

DPiurn'mt I'rlntlufr I'D., prlntliifc 

Onnlnor Hnfll. n-nt of AUhef 

mntf Jonninl ITIndne Co., prlnllnc 

Trairr. (lll>lis & Cn.. papn nnil prliillnic 

ppcrptary Roard of ROKt'itn, frolKbt nnil pxprpHK. 

ItKPAIRS. 



CliBH. ». BPHliy « <■.... lira: 

Iin.'.l, Di>Fr<-i>ii<- ft H.-liiii'l,.. 

lU-niHTd Itrpfpn ft KhiHiiw. imliitlnti . 
narlMT Win- ft Inm Workn. (mnnln 
Pnuklln ft Sinn. i-i-mnK anil lliuc .. 

Crnni- Co.. nliH- nnrt mtlnim 

Cm ■» Km-Iwbi I^M-k Co.. InikB 

Cnrtia ft Ci-rtlii Oo.. ppni* 

ClnHiinntl TmiI Cn.. '■Iiiutm 

C. V. Conlpr. limp und pi-niPnt 

Canltnl CItv I-apor Co.. imImt 

ppan Sipam Pninp Co.. trapn, ptp. .. 



r-JXtiOyiV 



ITnivbusitv of SViscd 



Delall of DisbursemeiUs, 7900-1901. 



a ttttlSBH II 



T. r. MpC-nrtby, i 



.. cntterii 

A. A. May wii. 'paint 

Mnnvlllp CovPrtUK Vo. 

MnatB Rro*., pulntliig 

MnillKon Hnddlcrjr Cu.. repair baniPHr 

Mi-ltn>r & UrlaiKl. plumlilug 

MnillHOii Bmiw Work*. niMliijcH 

H. Mimrni (>>.. lurhluR 

Mndlnon tydf Co, 

W, J. Mi-fti 

New YorH K. .. 

Nunheiii KWtrirHl iUg. . 

Xntional Blovrr Wnrkii. Hteiiin trap 
:istloiial i'alnt A Varuli'li Co., Tonn^ 

Win. Oirenit. iilnmliliiK 

K. F. rminiti-K, ntnnv vatllDS 

L. J. I'l.-kni1» « Co.. milw 

I'nllarrl Tnbi>r Cn.. imlutlnji. etr 

.Inn. K. I-nlInn Co.. icIniiK iinil flllfr . 
Jiihn i'rltilHlT IIonlwHrc Co., honltrnr 
DiiRliPi- & Iji.vi'iiflt. plEron . 



, pIURililnx . 



"I'l'- 



a Jilft.', ('(I . bMntn-nr 



nilHh . 



StiiHilnrfl Vfli-iiiKh WiirkH. ■ 

Slnr<-k Mfs. Co.. InniliiT 

^tcplipniuiii & Stailcinnii. Iiiinln-iiri- 

Hi-ininT A Morris. Iinnlu-|in- , 

KLitrnston Rnii)n>r HUtc Syii'lli-ntP. 
titnndiird Ti-Ipiihnni- & Klw'-" "- 
RphfiflTpr ft Builenliprit, n-n 

[itHndnnl nil Vo.. oil 

rnlvemlty ~ "" - ■ 



Ink . 






L. M. UunRlcr. lelturluK 

UofOQ & UHxni! IjUiulH>r Co., 
Uresrn & Uhoilt^, palnclui: .... 
Klectiical Supply Vo., rirc. mi 
V. K. BtiittmBU, elM-. nulHT. .. 

J. A. Fay & Kgau Co., knlvm 

N. KreilerlrkBon tc fina*. luntract Utinry Hull ft luiulwr 

A. p. & J. V. I<-n^er|{'kiuii. lumber 

L. y. OlllK-rt. inaxoii 

I'blUlp Ur.iDS ilardware t.'o., hardware 

ttlmbel BroEk. brasn utMlnx 

<l>llagtier Tent & An-ulDS Co.. enrtaln work. 

tlnnlcu rity fland Co.. Are brick 

Ilpnry llHuk. pluiubluK 

llooppH & ToKiiwud, wrPH-s 

The Hart-l'nrr Co., miitlngH 

Pre<1 ilaelH, key and lui'h work 

W. J. llyland. pluiuMnc 

1*. I', llarluir. elm-. ihmmIm 

lIllaolH Kkitric Co., elee. uldae 

Jolinmn Klertric l>en-l(ii Co.'. rlnm 

KInalpy h Welilliaiu, reiialr r'-'" — *■ 
KluK & Walker Co.. ster- •" 

A. U. Kayner, Innilier 

Knincke Bruit., bnrdware 

Gen. Kraft, plnmlilug 

l^luk Belt Sliiehlne Co.. exlm 

LlbmrT Bureau, uiiliie 

Lnillow Valve Slflt. Co., valve 
C. M. MllwarO. pliiMerlni; .... 

J. it. Maw, Inins 

MaehlulatB' Bupiily ( 



Sefretfiry B'lnrrt n 



1»71 

1S8 71 






































IS 

S55 

!i 

ISfS) 

917 »9 

290 99 

130 

19 SO 

"I 

69 M 

|i 

172 21) 

Rsra 

in2!i 

70 32 

2 62 





















































































































D,|;™d=,-^iOO<^le 



Eepoet of THir BoABD OP Kegbnts. 



University of Wisconsin. 



HEAT AND LIGHT. 



•Lulioc pBy mil 
Itllpil, DuF'reuili; 



.. pipe Hdd Illtl[l|:K . 



K. Bartmnn. clectHc work ... 
FrpderickRnn & SonK, liinilivr 



A. H. Qnrilnpr 

B. y. Ooodrkli & Cr . 
H. B. ilobblDB. ogpnt. 






P. P. Hirlolt. I ^ , 

Illlnola Rltf. Co., elec. mdsr. 

Johnson Klec. Service Co., indw 

Kronrke Rroa,, bardwtr^ 

KIds a Waltpr Co.. BtMm flttInK 

liMk Kraft, plumhlni 

Maillson Gan & Elep. Co.. eim and cnrrcnt ... 

T. C Mr<'nr(h)-, masOD work 

Moltier & Iljlnnd. plumlilni; 

A. A. Maypra. nidRe. 

Northern Elei^rlc-al Mft;. Co.. ctedrlc kdoiIb . 

Nfldonal BlowiT WorkK, float trap 

Wm. Owcnn, plrnnlilDR 

I'ritilnit Ilariwarp Co.. banliVHre 

Ilutco RplflHRFr, earboiiii 

Itaelnp Unrdwnrp Co.. pinii, <-t<r 

Ang. Sphclhol, hardware w 

StephpnBoni HlnilFinann. tlnwork, e"- 



ViseoRllj- 0[1 Co., 

WPRtlnithoiise, Churrh, Kerr A Co., eitran nnd tile... 

Western Elep. Co.. electric mdae 

Serrctarf Hoard of Rej^eiita, freight and exprpHX., . 



rniNTINR ANTl ADVEHTISING. 



•Ulwrpay roll 

K. A. Bnner, paper for wpurntPH 

W. J. BettR. Ii'tterlne iliploiiiaa 

lllli^. DiiFrenne ft Rrtinelilcr. hnnlirarc 

Halle;, Banba & Itldille. blniiii illploiunK 

Ilmirtt A Nevin, livery 

Badtwr Bnanl. bnditeni to bigli aehmilK 

liunde & I.'nniejrer, liivltHtlnii* to raiiiiiien<.i>iuent 

A. M. Colllnn Utg. Co., pnrdH 

Claim KnTelopc Co.. eoverit for mlnioiroe 

F. W, CnrllRS. photo of Hoor plans T'niverslly Hnll. .■ 

nemorrat I'rlntlnft <M.. jirlnflng 

Hally Carrllnnl, impem to lilRb nohonln 

Kvenlntr Wlxeonalii. prlntliiR rntnLouiTP 

O. (Irlmin & Sou, lilndlng 

A. II. Ganlner & Co. luiekliig, etc 

Wm. Goodhoriy. enTelopeK 

Illanehnrd Harper, photo work 

W. [I. lIoblHi. editor, posUBP paid. PXtH>iiM« paid 

U1imt7 Biiresii. eanla 

iaa. E. Moselor. mdiw. 

I.. J. riekarta A Co.. utatloinrjr 

Wta. J. Park & Co.. md-e 

Sfhn-aal) SInmp A Seal Co., atninpH. eir 

It. W. Snow. mlmeORmph 

Jna. n. Smilh & Co., ni-mitlve fnlloi. 

State Journal Printlnir Co., nrlntlnj; 

The Sentinel Co., pnppm 

Sumner ft Morris, harilware 

fihen. Smith ft Co.. eopy linoka 

Rtpphenfon ft SMulpmnnn. hardware 

Trney. GltiTw ft Co., prlutluit 

Tension RnyMope Co.. envelopes 

Tlleslou A I.Iyermore, paper for entnlocue 



110 ffi 



































■ij,;r,z. 





»^ j -J. 
















?iS ;::::;::::::::: 



UsiVEBalTY OF WlSCOMSIBT. 



Detail, of Disbursemenls, 1900-1901. 



United Tjpewrlter & Supiilr Co., t-urbou. etc 

LUly. Co-op Co., rndse 

WlscOQBin suit! Zelcuug, priuUn^ 

Wisconsin Engiuwr. L'li-naugi' ui lyiwn-rlteni 

Wyckutr, SfDuianii ic Ih-iiiilli'i, corliou jiuinirit, i>ti- 

WUiling I'nper Co., imjut 

Wlsi^aiitiln jiJiiiuai hiaKnilue, udvtrtLiliig and mnsaiJui 

to tllgtl IK-bOOJH 

Svi'ri'Iiiry Bourd of lli'gfUCB, frflKbt ami fxprexH, ]ii>Htagi 



GENERAL ACCOUNT. 



j Bros., luuudrr - 



W. F. Brill & Co., mop wrlnuurs 

Baker Mfg. Co.. rcpnir nuiuTietlng iun<4)lnu 

BlteO, DnVreone & KcbneliltT, liardwuro 



City of MhiHsou, 1 . 

Capital t'lty Vifvt Co., 
Cuukllo * ^na. Ice .■■. 
CoDtlnenlnl Dmiib Co.. 
I>niie Cuunly Telcpbopp 
M, Dlederlch, idiliie. ... 



t Printing Co.. prlullug . 



Felli A Mars 



Gould. Wells ft BUckbnra. md»e. .. 
I'hllllp UrosB Hnrdwan.' Co., lianlivi 

O. Grlmu ft Son, hiDillm; 

B, P. (looUrlph Ci 



niliber Imnila 

— . W. Tresslcr. refund eipennpH Inspeotlng lif)[li hpIiooI 
M. fl. Blaugbter. refund pipeDBcs loKpcptlnic hiKb Hchool 
C 11. IlnBklDB. refnnd eippnn'H luHiieclhig hlgli scliucil 
C. V. Rmllh. refund expenneii hmpi'etliiic blfdi HebonlH... 
M. T. O'Sben, refund expensea Inapeetinv Dlgh Hcboola. 
I. W. Htcnma, refunil cipenHen liiii|i*i-llng high hIiooIr. 
L. Kablenl>erR. Refund exnensnn Insnt^tlnK blgh arhflnlH. 
CliRH. R. Shlk-bter. refund ^xpenReslnapei-l'K blgh mhool 
W. A. Scott, refnud expcimes Inspecting bigb acbonls,.. 
Grant Showermnn. refund eipenaea In a pec ling high 

■eboola 

B. U. Meyer, refund eifienneo lu!ipectlng hleh nctinola... 
R. A. Harper, refund pxpenaea Inspecting bigb aehools, 
W. W, DanlellB, refund eipenacs iDspectrng high aehooli 
I.. W, IMwIlng. FEfund eipensea ln«ppctlng high schooli 
r. A. Vnn Velier. refnnd expense)) Inapectlng high Kchonli 
Pnnl S. Relnaoh, refund expenses Inspecting high schooli 
Ernst Voss. refund eipenaes Inspecting high schools... 
Arthnr Benlly. refnnil expenses Inspecting liigh s<'honlB. 

... R Cheney, refund (>x|>enseit Inspecting high schools 

O. r. FIske. refund expenses Inspecting high schoiils... 
n. G. l.lhhy.- refnnd cipeuaes Inspecting highs chools. 
T. a. Huhhnnl. refund cipcnscs Inspecting high schonli 

M. J. noli ft Son. rcnoyatlna 

HlDiichs & Thompson, nidse 

HolUster-s Pharmacy, mrtse 

The "Hub", trunks 

S. E. HendHcks. directory of nrchltccta 

P. P. Harlolt, elec. mflse 

Fred S. Jones, refund expense nthletlo meeting 

Adam Klein, hronma 

M. W. Keeley. bsnfioet to high school prlnelpnla 

KalBer Bros., mdse 

Tjnslng Wheelluirrnw Co.. truck 

H. B. Mcfiowan. mdse 

James E. Mosele.v. mdse 

Irring Uutchlcr, refnnd expenses pnid 



39 99 |... 
12 05 \.'.'. 












































Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



Uei-out ok the Hoard of Reoknts. 



I.'iucetsif)/ of \Visco7isiii. . 



MPltiiT * IlTiiinil. iilumhliiG 

Mpiwh I'bnruuirliii, milw 

MncululHtti' Ctiippl}' I'D., uidw 

liuilliiou O'''!** t •>-■ iuiIhc 

A. A. UariTH, juilw, 

II. NkiliN'kiv Co., MiHlloupry 

U. it. Nuitou. rvunir dock 

C'llHH. MlHClike, IVIUIIlIIIWIUI-Ill IllUKlt' 

\'nrlbi-[li IOIk'. Mt|[. t'l irlw 

). b.. Olmu, ri^tiiKi blllB pnlil 

1^ J. I'lrkHrtM * I'll., uiiim' 

A. A. I-nnlw. Him Anil 

'A'. J. I'ark Co., Klalloiivry 

('has. S. MIU-htiT. Hupl. uf ntblftlra 

>>iinttiiry I'iijht I'ri.. tollH luiprr 

Klira. Hniiib & 4'n.. Ktnlloncr]: 

Knipupr & Morrill, iiiilw 

Jauiiw U. Ktiinn, iiortralt 

MMr Jiinmal Co., Jourunl 

(-ban. &. 81li4ittq-. ti-fiinil expi-niu-H IhiIiI ... 

fpbwBHb biamp ft Biiil C'u.. uuIhp 

Ans. HrhrilirL hanlwnrf 

Srbnfffpr tc BiulcnlnTjc. iuiIki- 

TamiT & Harriii. penn 

Wm. Tniliior. HlHliifritlnK 

Tracj'. (iltihH & Va.. i>rliilliiK 

I'ulv. Co-op Co.. iu<lw 

viBMiaitr on Co.. nil 

K(l WIlMnuiH, Ron Ami 

n'lKiiniilii THppbuui- I'u.. n'lital 

Wllllamii Collt-HP. cipn'M' i<n portrait 

WiHTOiiHln I'bnriniK'r. hiiIh- 

V. ». Wpliali-r Co.. Huppilpa .-.. 

Ynbr A Uiufcp Uruie Co.. ahpllar 

Si'i-n-tHrj- Ilnarvl of l(rKi>iitm rri-licht niiil ■■ 

ROADK AXi> (IHOrNOS. 

•I'lllvcr'ilv iiiiv roll. Intior niirl xlinp work 

llllcil. DoKTi-lmi- & KitiDpiiltT. Ililw 

KcrunnI SIiiKiii-r. ihiIh 

Couhllii & Hima. crmi-iit 

City of MnillHHi. m'lcaitnui anif watpr 

JaniFH n. Cliiw Ik Hull, fxtraa for hyilraiil .. 

M. Dii-dvriih, niilap 

IlHj-itii & Unynn I.lir. Co., Inmlii-r 

I*. J. pli^iifllil. blai-htmilh work 

N. frnlprli-kiuiii tt ^iuh. Iniulvi- 

JobD II. IlnVCH, KbOFlllfC 

Jiilin I'. linlliHi'h. rppnir hnntPi'H 

Frill llnHa. iiiPk work 

A. n, KovKcr. IniiilH-r 

Kroiirki- RrnM.. bilw 

Iiulliiw Vaivp yitg. Co.. VBlvi* 

W. T. Mrt'niincil ft Hoii, nidiv 

lii-r'iiriiilpk Ilani'rtln'c srarhi'ni"Co,','Vsiriii 

><li'li1ii>iii<'>u A Ktiiilt>iiiniiii. bilw 

Sii 1- ft .\f'Jrrt«. inlw 

It. tl. W.io.l & Co.. hvrrninlH 

SVcrdiin- ItK^iril of Iti'j.'pnii'. rri'lebl nml •■ 

CHAITBIl ra. I,AWR IWS, 

"n1"i' n-r roll 

minrt. ii.,fr.,ni"> ft «.|im.i.i..r h.ir,iwnn' .... 
Cmop (^nnnllny. pIi>" ami tlt'liiirti 

' -\ I'--; '-^y.,,, ft f™- 1i.|iil.pr ! "'.!... 

IKlnoU Kli'I'rrlc C... .■Ipi-lrli-iil mii*^-'.'..'.'.','.',','.. 



m;- 



UxivKKsiT* OK Wisconsin 



Delai' of Diabursemen 


/?, 


1900-1901, 




■J- J- .?■■ J''""'"!!''- ■"ii.HiliilriiclliiB nnUltml ,. 

J. T. W. JmiuIdkh. riiM-niii-K 

King & U'lilkpr ('■>.. I'liH- uuil UtIliigH 






:; ^Sj:: 














iiingK: 


-i Ull<JU |.. 
















































:| '^Jsi:: 


























■1 i^'-' 




KiHTi-iur}- Itimnt «1 Iti'et'iitn. fri'leUt iiti<l fxpr 








W.71U il 


KX«IXKKUIX<1 BUlLlUXri. 


1 i 








.i 8.1^76;.. 
































J. T, Vt'. •Icuij Intnl. snliiry liinrt), Siiiit. Ari'hI.. 










m.m IT 



IXKl-KAXrj: FI'XD. ' 

•ruirpmiiy pa; roll. Uliiir >iul Kliop ivork 

Itoynn A Uiirtii- IiDiiiIiit <'a.. luiulH>r 

TnDKtPud IIivllnK *'«-. nn'uunt i-nnlTHi-r vi-ntlliitloii., 

OM(crli4a Marblnp Cii.. phniilliiKH , 

Ki'hnltx Bi-lllnir <'•■-, Iw4ttuic 

MilwnukPi' Hki' Um-hliirry Cn.. piill>>¥ii 

Mllwaukfp LnirhiT llcltliijf Co.. Iwltlna 

WtWTtihli- * ITIiiic Indurtuv 

RUrpk MfK. Ca. il.Kin. 

W. ir. Alronl. nwrlili- 

UnchlnlMtH* Bunplj' i'a.. milsp 

Mnuvllk> CnTpnDft <"o., mrerlnic 



New Ynrk Ktorr, i_ 

Bllml. I>uPivuiu> ft H(>bnf4iliT, bnnlwnri' 

MHdliHm Dim ft KWtrlc Co.. milw 

A. A. iln<fiTn. utitxi' 

Iloqpt-H ft TciiniHi-iiil. w-rrWH 

1. J. MiicUpr Fiirnai-p <'<i., milw 

JohD Khnrji & Kiiii. pInKtfrlntc 



V;l1v.. <'ii., TBlVf 



ItMrlm- Wlrp ft Iran IVorkit. tnmnlH 

Wpnti'ni Kl<-prrliiil InHtniiui'nl r«., (tpnt-nitom ., 

Ui'Tiitiuiniili MfB, Co., niirkliiir 

HjBtr ItolliT Ili-nrlD« (Vk, tiiixiw 

Rt^n-tHry Rimrrl «f Ui-ki-uIk. rri>ltchl nml .■ipn-s 



IIISTOmCAI. I.1BRAHY rOMMISSIOX. 

r pBV roll 

DiiFronui- ft RHiiiclilnr. hniMlwiirP 



M. B. Ki-bi-nck 
Snniiirr k Mr>r 
Slnn-k MfB. C 



i'<-k. l)nl..'rin ft ( 



Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



HbpORT of TH.E BoAfiD OF RsQENTS. 



University of ^\'isco7^6in. 



INT KXrUNSK LIBltAltV BUILDING, 



*l.iil>or imv roil 

L'UUEim it HOUB. IU>>1 

UarUtfii City IMinil Cu., Uvr lirU 
j-OKiT Specialty Co., miii- ciwii 



GBHMANIO LIBRARY FL'ND. 
A. BrockhauB, bookB 

SCHOOL OF EcoNOMira library fund. 

.t)or pay roll 



J'tiiil W. 1- Suelim, lHH>k>i 

V. A, BmckbauH, liooka , 

A. C. MvCluig tc <».. iHHik 

McKay 'a Uwkstore, Luuk 

jHs. a. Hoselvy, nitlm' 

'i. K. ^tevbetx, lH>ukB 

Sifreliiry Boanl of RegcQiii, freight niiil cxprewi 



BCUOOI, OP COMMERCE LIBIIABY FUND. 

A. Brockliaas. books 

C. McClurg Ik Co., books : 

iWBpnpetdom l*ubllBLlH(j Co., perliHlkiiU 



UNIVERSITY HALL, 

arcmtiH't'H ri-i^..,>... 

WILLIAU P. ALLEN CHAUfATE HCHOLAItHIlII*. 

A. R. AqclerBen, aid 

JOUN C. FKEEMAN SCHOLAKSIIIl*. 



ALUMKI FELLOWSHIP. 
iinl A. llnok, nlil (pnrti 

AI'GITRT T'llILEIN FRLIA>WRI 
I W. HrnnilPl. nl.l 



FRED VfMJEL. JR.. SmOLABRIIlP. 
Frnnk C. Hitphcoi-k. nM 



HEBREW SCHOLARSHIP, 

L. B. Wolfcnson, nlcl 



R. O. ErkPlDinnn. nM . 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



UNiVEKaiTY OS Wjsuohsis. 



Detail of Disbursements. 1000-1901. 



HE.VKIK WKltOULANU BCUOLAllSllll'. 
L. M, Ijinwn, old 

B. K. MILLER, JR., 8ClI0LAit81IIP. 
Uvntaro Kamij'ama. aid 

AUKLIA E. II. DUYU.N UClIOI.AnSIIIP. 

Dtphne W. I'Btuam, ild 

Julia A. Holland, aid 

i-;. F. Rlli^y, aecretnir, occraed loterest 

ItOBEItT OWEN COLLRCTION. 
George Harding, hooka 

ItllJ.S PAYARLE. 
I'tatc Trpnunror. tfmiinrary InnD rc]>nld 

WISCONSIN" MUNICIPAL LEAdUE SC1I0I,AR811 
A, D. DbvIb. old 

JOHNSON KNDOWMENT KIND INCOMF;. 
Nornioa H^ndrlckaen. alii 



IVtpr n. Anilprson, aid 

ltf«lnold A. NwHos, old 

J<iwph BriHlslM-n, nlit 

Arnp r. I^nim, aiil 

(Hmtav A. Anderson, old 

ChrlaHon WPsHTRaard, old 

JOHNSON' ENDOWMRNT PrjlD. 
Jamea O'Mallfy. loan (part) 

BIBLICAL ALLIANCE SCHOLARSHIP PUSD. 

Fred H. Rebliei^. wholor In Itcbrpir and HellenlHtlo 

Rlrbard \WliiaWoa"K>-iiniar in ilVh'rVw and Vheblstn 

jreoitraphT of I'ati-Htlnp 

Win. T. Rnnilcr. nrholnr la llplimv 

I. srholnr In Hetirew and HellpnlallP Grpi 



noooo . 

47 60 . 



r R. W. IloptPr. wlinli 



„ J. PnPtoB 






T'£ 



II. Sliaw. > 



lintar 



1 Heh 



V hlMi 



arhnlar In llpl>rpw hlntory . 
-•■-lar In Hplircw hlatory 
r In Ilphrpw MMory .. 



.. JklpDonald, nrholar li 



I KPOKmphy of I 
orlral ([pographyi 



r'bolar In Ilellpnliitlc Or«Pl;... 



a. R. Dann. i 
A. L. Fivallrti 
W. E. n. Oro 



r In HPllMilatli- Orpob 

Bi-holar In Hpllonlatlr (Jrppk ... 
, BchDlar In Ilellcnlatk Grn-k . 



^TOBv 



106 Rei'OKT of TltE BOAKD OF KeOENTS. 

UiiiversUy of H'tsconsiH-. 

JACKSON BlOQri'IST INCOME, j .1 

i. II. rnrrpntiT. nroti'esorBblii of Ibw | Jl.OOO 00 i -. 

Jnines (I'Nelll. iiiemlum tniiA bim 37 00 

11,087 « 

INCOME LKWIS PEIZK FIWD, ' I 

V. it. HounilR. iiriip 1 118 OC 

CHRISTIAN R. 8TKIX BEQIEST. | I' 

JmnpH O'Mnllej-, loan (pjin) I Il.OWW 

WlLI.iAM JKN'SIXGS BRYAN PRIZE Fi'XD. I I 

JnmpB O'Mnllpj-. lonn (piirt> ' J250 « 

„^ -„...^_.- ._. ___ ., .. I 1 



]H,zed.yGOOgIe 



Univeksity Of Wist-ossis. 



Detail of Dishiirsemenh, 1901-1902. 



DETAIL OF DlSBUESEilEXTS. 



EXl'KKIMENT, 



K. 



L. hatwJI. lira 

II. KurriUKtoii. yxiihtam', 
L.. I.'iirl3-lf, profit"— — 



F. n. \irJii. niniiHuiikt jiTufc^miiir, i 
K. A. Moi>i-i>, pnitnumr. miliirji .. 
Alfred Vlvlau. aiwliitiiat, naltitry . 
V. K. Itaer. luHtrartur. mlaiy ... 
— I, BmlHlant ptoTi-hi- 



1 profi'MMor, Bnlary.. 



. Mi^Coiiii^il. 






iffKHor, Niiliiry .. 
. Inxlriii-tor In 



Fmnk KIHabHiii, liiHtrni-i 



rl'ii'dniry 



III Hliort I'onrvpH.i 



dAlrx Miul Ann rounu-H. 
iHtraclor In dHlrjr noil Rburt <iinnini, | 
ln*trni-tnr In ilalrj- anil idiurt i«aniCH.| 



tlurton. 
ktrkliniu 



^E. 1 

llnKb NL 

JoliD Mi-CrMiilr. 

CluiB. A. Nlfolmii. IniiVrnptnr In lUl'ry nii'd' hboi 

™iiiry 
R. I>. W 

i4S\ X.- 



In ilnlry Rud lihort <>>Driivii, luil-j 

tur 111 clnJry nnd idiort <«nrHi'».| 



Fred Jliirtv. iMtmrtor Id dnliT "ml bIiim"! ronnipH. HHlaryl 
v.. V. Siullli, Intitriirtor In (Inlrjr itnil *faort comwH. iiatnr.v' 
■Laltor pnr rnll. Hhop wnrk .. 



Am. Elborthnr 



rpRlHlration (et- . 



.1 Southdown AnBorlntlon, rpRtotrntlon ... 

nrlntlnn n1 Anierlrsn Atcricultnral ('ollPgPK. ii 

Btllp fPP 



5111100 

as 

BOOOU 

uiioiiu 

BJJIIU 
9U0W 

uuoo 

130 00 
749 97 

zwoo 

210*0 
210 OO 






























































150 00 




12-00 












100 OO 

ion Oft 

BO 00 

B1B« 

261 

10 2S 

aooo 

2S0 

































Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Repobt of tub Board of Regents, 



Un iversiiy of iViscojisin. 



Alei, A. ArnolJ, liull 

.. A. UruckliouB, bookM 

U. T. UoLlwII, puIilBD 

i'utrlck Hurry, cioavatluit 

U. It, BatJer. nti-t. couirui-l (ur fonodnilouK lot 

bullillUKB, luaBoii wurk 

U. 8. Baer, expeUHtni 

Uuruluk, I'eclier & lUarrHr Co,, blauk bouka auil euveloiies 

BUed, UuFrenne It Sc'liui'ldor, hanln-are 

Uonleu & SvlleclE Co.. hcbJub and ruLber tires fur irac 

Boilou Store, Milwaukee, furniture 

F. C. Blled & Co.. prlntlug 

BauBch « liomb Optical Co., upparatua aiid I'hcmlcBls. 

A. U. Barber MfK, Co., butter L-ulur 

C S. Baker & (Jo., corrosive itubtluuite' tableta 

Capital Clly I'aper Co., paiwr and lodae 

Codn's Bux & L.ninber Co.. tree protectors 

J. A. Coumr;iuau St Sou, liosa i 

E. It. Curtlas, pnoto work 

C. F. Cooler, coal, lluie and eemrut 

Coukllu Ik SoUH, fuel 

W. Li. Carljrlc, eipepaca 

Geo, Challouer's Soub Co., cefrlgeratlnE plant 

f. CrancDeld; eipeuaea 

Ciirrle Bros., plants uiiil bulba 

Chaa. Carman, sboetDg 

T. A. Cbapman, ImiiiiDe 

Creamer; Package Mfg. Co.. powder, boxes aud dairy ap- 

paratDS 

Corry's Uroeery, mdse. 

Kdward D. Cowlea, trees , 

Coldwell Ijiwn Mower Co., repairing lawn mower.. 

J. D. Clarke. eipen»>a paid 

Corbln Cabinet Locke Co., louks 

City of Madison, water 

Coraisb. Curtiss & Ureeue Ufg. Co., apparatus 

Coe & Converse, plants, etc 

M. J. Cantwell. printlne 

L'raue Co.. pipe and Ottlngs 

Tbe A. DIckliiHOD Co., grass seeds aud seeds 

Darling & Co., beef meal 

Dcnnlaou Mfg. Co.. labels 

Uemocrat rrtntlng Co.. prItillnH 

L. I'. Donoyer, ptrlodicnls 

K. Donclas' Sons, trees 

TumerTt Harrison, DeWollt pens 

C. H. Dana, sbcep labels 

V. F. Dltmar, photo work 

Tbe Denilng Co., hose 

DeLaval Separator Co., separator 

Draner Mfg. Co., Tnlve fnccrs 

P. J. Dlepolrt, blackojllh work 

Dane Co. Tel. Co., rentals 

C M. Dengler. Ictterlnpi 

Deering Harvester Co., ninchluery 

DoTon & Rayne Lumber Co., loDilier 

M. DIederlch. mdse 

Elmer & Amnnd, rheinlrnts, etc 

F. R. Eastman, elect, work 

Eagle Pencil Co., pencils 

Electrical Supply Co., elect. mclBe. 

•Fnrm nDd offlco pay roll. cliemlBts. ciiiployci'H nn< 

borers 

F. R. Fargn & Co.. mdse,, extras, tins and cork 

A. K. FerrlB, corn In shock 

Flnley I«wu Rake Co., lawn rake 

Fuller & Jobnsnn Mfg. Co., eastings 

E. H. Farrlngton, expenses 

Findlay & Co.. mdse and mlt 

A. D. & I. V. Frederlckson, lumber 

Edw. Fischer Co., Ink, paste and copy cloths 

Fair Store, slonp lors 

Fairbanks, MorBC ft Co., drag scraper 

Pelt * Tarrant Mftr. Co.. repairing comptometer ... 

^i. Orimm ft Son, binding , 

Callagher Tent * Awning Co., rodEie 

John Grelg. furpltnre 























































W^l 
















'■t¥sf 


















































































































































































































HBO 





Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



University of Wisconsin. 



Detail of DisJjuisements. 1901-1902. 



Alex, GUI, moTlTiK liuudlue . 
L. B. Ullbert, tetueni wurk . 

<ii'in Kllire Fackatci' C"-- ''"I 
Uugler ft KrlBcb. ibruHhlug . 
Ulanvbara Harper, photo v 



.. Krfase cnp. lu-raper auil tiiirre. ., 



VU>s T. Mnrrls, twi InHpectlan . 
W. A. Ill-Dry, dlrerior, exjienm- 
UaHn-ell & Stholl. furnltiirp. mi 
..ohD D. IluypB, bnrBPHboflDR . 
Wtn, llHuk. Jr., uillfc Jai f«|ih : 
ThoB. IcTlnc, tubiTriiliinii cow 

Intcrniltlnntil Llvv Htiick Kxiinic 

lltlnols Klt^ntrlpal fn., olprtrlral U 

' ■»■. W. Jenninp. iiaiwrlutt'nillDg ariHiltvct 



Intcrniltlnntil Llvv Htiick KxiinicltluD, Hinll reiilslH ni 
lltlnols Kl^ntrlpal f.'>i.. rlprlrlrnl U ' 
J. '1'. W. Jean inn. iiaiwrlutt'nilli] 
Jpvell yiaraen Vn.. plum trcps .. 

J. T. W. JpanlnKH, pxn4>uiH'ii 

Z. K. Icwett & <-o., iHled moMi 

ii. W. JonPH Lnnilipr Co., Bllrkx fur maps 

Jouas Brm,, milsp 

JbuphvIIIc III}' Tool Co.. ylliiSH 

.,« Journal Co., Mliwaukn-, ailrprllHlnK bids . 

A. 11. Kayspr. Inmtipr 

Krnnck? RroB.. hardware 

W. II. Knnffmaa. apple nUirkH 

Tue Ci. a. Kolley Co.. pasting for Htenni roller... 

t-rank KlelnheiDi. priie money 

King & Walker Co.. pipe and tlttliiKH 

Adam Klein. bnioTUB 

Alex, KornhauHpr k To., mdse 

J. W. Kerr, ninni trem 

y. II. KlnR. exfieiincfl 

Klueler Bran., fceil 

fbaa. I^nts & Son. ryllndera 

1-. a.. Lynns. lifiriie«hoplug 

Ijiwaoii Brerelon. ram 

•Milk pay mil. milk (or cronmery nml dairy »eb. 

A. A. Harers. drups and mdsc 

ilrlnR piimpx ., 
Uaiy C- '—' ■ ' 

Madlwin Saddlery c'n., hameHH work . 
Mont^mery. Ward Ic Co.. brooniB 



. H, MoSloy, peas . 



„ dn 

Mflher & GroHcb nnriln 
MadlKOa Park AfHoelntli 
Mants Brofl., palnllns 



...J. F. Merrill, roj.'ont. 
The Mueller Co.. exunr 
. CbaB. K. Mllwanl. pla- 
T, r. Mt-Oarlhy. manon 
,. r. MrClnre ft Cn.. 



Merrill 

(ifo. MeKcrrfti... 
K. MeLennan & 



,nmher Cn.. baled 





ifSJK' 
















IllB (' 


., liHtlnE 






.-xpen 






lve« and 

































l^iTr 






























































M86 




























































































3.082 ni 






























































































































IKKLM. 


P.r":wcH 



l£t;i'ORT or the Board of Regents. 



VxiversUy of Wisconsin. 

a. U. MliiPb. whuat 3 00,. 

H. H. MrOiiwnii. iinluc I 2 10 ,. 

N'ouparell Curk iltg. Co.. vorkH j Sa W . 

Northrup, King & t'o.. w-nlii I -tS 4U ;. 

Nortlifrii ElM'iriral Ufx- C'li., rlratrktil Boixlit l 103 . 

Xi'w Yurk tttun-. rUBii auii inllBf SS 6U . 

II. J. Nnj-m, chniw I M40 |. 

XHllnnul DlsdlJlnit ('».. ninibot ^ 3 Ou ;. 

NortbiTu Tliwiiv ruiipr i'li.. tollel lupt-r j S W ,. 

JohD Nk'hnlH. cTuck^ry 4 SIT ., 

LonlB 1''. NaUs & To., Ii<iltln> I 14 T3 j. 

11. Mcdcckpn *•■:, Ink i 90 . 

Wm. OweuH, plumLlDB 221 a 1 . 

Ilurlon 8. Ott, ludw [ 60 . 

A. & It. 0]M>u. fUTUlturr I 42 1*1 . 

Orr k I.^tx'kHt Co.. r.-mi'iil IukIh B S5 |. 

W. J. Pnrk ti l\i., nidM- 4 25 .. 

I-ollurrl & Taher IV, nilliil. piilnlllif.' iinil iTluiiuw xliiilli'x; 21140 ,. 

I'HslPor Cbamliprlnnd Kiili'r Co.. I>iiiigli« , 4 00 |. 

t'Htprsnn I'arrbniviit t'uix-r (V, |>iir(-liui<>iit iian-r i SO 0!> . 

1* J. Pkkiirta * Co., mrtw 24 011 ;. 

r^nlHTIhy Injivtor Co., Injci-torii, i 9 00 ■. 

a Rim., blue jirlntii I 121 01 j. 



iiiKT. HbrnliB . 
y OotHU S- 



I'nrk Dry |)o<h1h StiHT, dry piudB | IS S4 .. 

K. K. raunni-k, cnnhcd Htoiii- 122 TO .. 

Coo. II. Patch, irriiNtiini work ' 46 T» |.. 

Mpbnliln Qalnn, grunltr WTivninKH 9 9i >.. 

jtonrh « Hpp)ii-r. culil Htcirauc UT aS .. 

ICImilpy ItnnlirarF Co., iitii'l rant T Im .. 

Korkvell & Bnppl Co., ciipy bolder 2 0^ ;.. 

Staulpy H. Klw. nilvpa , 115 00 I.. 

H. W. HpPtiror, mdiip 2 16 ■.. 

Rtarpk tltii. (U. luuitiif ami latinr I mS3 .. 

KI(>|)]i«ii)ioii & Htuilcmnnn, ttnwiirk niiil hardn'arr | 6Ifi BT .. 

Hohwnab Ktanip ft H(«l ('».. nil>l>er Htiimiiii i 7 01 ... 

KiRDdnnI iHI t'it.. oil ! IS 14 .. 

H(>iH7 ltrhi>lpr. rold Ktorn|n>. inrar and Mood I 46 36 |.. 

J. <). Snilrh. uiratH for lbnvbi>n> ami i-xih-uwn niild I 1)133 .. 

Frank Swpu«.ii. woikI '. Wio'.. 

Kb«». Smith Sc <'ii.. jirlntiHl tam 3« i., 

(J. K. Rtii'hprt. li'iukH 7S 80 .. 

Ow>. HrbupidFr. onta ' 141 S2 .. 

Ktorra & Ilarrliinn Co.. nlanla | 1 00 |.. 

Snmncr & Uorrlx. Iiantnari- I 2»l SI i.. 

t^Iwla Kunincr ft Hon. iihiitii niatprinl iind milM> 10 S'l '.. 

A. II. Si-buliprt, lumllclni- 1 w .. 

(I. J. X.'hncldi-r. iintH :.,,! n ii .. 

A. II. Klrwnrt. cxrhnnKlnjc honva 40 00 ... 

It. tl. Khnw, pxp'-nacH pnlil I 11 oi |.. 

Anir Srflit, n>|>i>rti' I 250 i.. 

Kmltb l>n>inlfr IViH-vrttfr C»., tyiiPwrltiT 04 60 I.. 

HavM MInihi-iiH. hrlrk nnil FnlKbtH) HHini' 9 10 ■.. 

KiijiMfiir Ti'fmliinl Kli^alor rn., nvit whpnl San'.. 

!>tnndnnl I'aiic- fo., \yawr I 12 07 I... 

Fttnndnrd Tpii^honp ft Kli-iirlp To.. l>mHK I'nHlInK^ SI '.. 

Star Milk riiolE>r Co.. Iiotllp att-rlllEcr. Illlfr and ri'-' 

Tpndns rackii ; 584 74 ... 

Plate Jonmnl I'Tlnllnjc Co.. printing I 44 20 !... 

It X Ti»»-i-v. nliim tm*l> ..............-...-......-.........-.,.! 10 TS i... 

I., prlntinti ; '^ ... 

rJaTtftn <\ iSiyinr. (im-mivy cattif 276 nn I... 

J M. Tliorburn & Cn., plantB I a RT i... 

W. W. Thompnon ft Hnni. plant" i 7 7".'.,, 

Tarlor ft tilramn. nrlntlnz .; I W ■s^ ■.., 

I'nlvprnltv Cii-(ip. Cn.. indw T M I.., 

VnnKhnn'H f<(<or1 flton>. imnitii'a and tavAu i It !!> I.., 

I'naa. Dnniclaon, Rtni-m Co.. mOw I SS Bl |... 

Vnrmont Fi'nn Mai-hlni>rr Co., mnphlnory > 13 60'... 

U'<<H-oiiKln Dalrr Rnntily Co., nidiip.. rt'nn<>t iiml 1ni-lli'i 1 

fprmmit ' 19' « ', .. 

'. Wolff Mfir C. hrdmnlH i 2^70'... 

P. 3. 'W'vi'i annum n-pwl i i f« ... 

F. W. iv«M. njH-ntiii 1 "« '... 

.*. R. Whiriion. fipi-ninw ' 2? !« '.,, 

A. R. WflnB ft Co. bniahi-a 3 75 ... 

Di:;-iz?.i::y^i 



iiTY OF Wisconsin. 



Detail of Dishurst 



■nts, lOOl'lOO^. 



yianbhnta. Cmnliy Co., bran 

Wli-dfntK'ck. Doliclln & Co., barAwnro .... 
WIhcodhIu Wax"" i'o-t iTBJCon and ivpalni . . 
WhitldK l*»per t:~ 



I. Wt^hnuanu, bBnieiM uud rppHlrn 

WIsi-odhIu I'hitriuHPF, dragx 

VuUr & iMUBi' Drne Vo., iirugD 

Zi'onvr IltHliifiiCaiil I'li.. KFiii>l<>Qin 

tji!i'i-p1nry Board uf IttfCfutx, |iustiigc. frelgtal uud < 

CMLI.KGK LliTTinW AND SCIE.NCK, 

K. A. R[rgi>, UphQ aud profnowA-, Miliary 

J. W. sitpiirns, pmfpswir, wilory 

M. V. (CShcil. pruCcHiior, wilery 

Jus. jKfllrow. prnrpHHur, Halar; 

F. V. Sharp, profemrar. Hilary 

A. W. TrwMlpr, iiaidstaiit pni(<>>im)T. wilary 

B. II. Bodv, laitrDrtor. ralnry 

R. T. BIT, director Km) prafpaxnr. Bulary t,.. 

T. 8. Adniiu, aiwlHtaiit pnifnimr. salary 

femnip Dowd. iDatmrlor, nalnry 

A. A. Younft, uHHtiitnQt. Milary . 



J. B. 1 



I. K. Hparllnft, lualrui-tor, aalary .. 
'. J. Turner, dlrprtor and nrofngB 
'. 11. IlaHklim. prafpaaor, unlury' ... 



. ['nlTlQ. naniatant pnif< 

O. <i. IJbliy, li.«t™t.tor. ulni 
C. R. Flah, I 



Wui, 



,. ,'. UonaKban, nrofewor. a, , 

B. H. Meypr, proreaaor, aalarr 

H. r. Taylor, matrnrtor, aatary 

C. V. Rmttb, pmffHMir. paltfry 

A. O. Ijalrd, Inatnirtor, anlnry 

Ales. Kprr, profpaaor. aalary , 

\f, II. Wllllama, proft-aanr, aalary 

Frpd T. Kplly. Inatrnctor. Milnry 

M. a. iilauitbttT. profmwor, aalnry 

lira. ('. Fiakp. liiatrnctur. aalary 

firant Khowpmuin. Inatrni'tor. aniarj 

Katharine Allen. Inarruplor. mlnry 

Kdw. T. Owpn. nrafraaiir. aalary 

W. F. (ildtp. MVRlataut profraaor, aalary ... 
I.upy M. (Iny. aaslataut iimfpaaiir, aalary .. 

A, Y. I>DhnqDP. tnatnH-Tor. mlary 

ntto rnliiT. Inatrartnr. mlary 

I(. B. Holt, naalstant. anlniT 

J. K. Olaou. nrofiwaor. aalary 

A. R. Hnblfpiil. orofnuuir. alaary 

Rrnat Voaa. profeixior, milnTy 

Ftnaan A. aiprllns. inslmrtor. salary 

B. V. Bonldpr, Inatrurtor. aalary 

"<. K. I,e»alnft> tnatrnptor. salary 



F. W. MplanMit. Inatmrtnr, aalary .. 



rnnktnliurirpr. iinifpnaor. brIi 

F. O. Hiitilinnl. profpmwr. ».i(iirr 

II. B. Ijitbrop. aaalatant pmfpannr. i 



V;(2oogle 



Rbpokt of the Board or Regents. 



University of Wisconsin. 



W. O. Bjphcrd.J 

Marluu Lamont. as^atunt, i 

Ueorge U. iJilrd, Instructor, sularj 

C A. Vnn Vi'lier, professor, ualiirj 

Chaa. 8. SUtliter, vrolewor, wiiHry 

L. W. UuwIIdk, uxsiHlaiii prutvusor, BUliiry . 



U. C. Wolir, saalHt 

W. M, tHnotiK, as , _ , 

Klonjnce iS. AJlon, uaslstuut. Biliary .. 

K. L. llAUL>>ck, aasi -- ' — 

It. W. Snow. protvBi 
(.'. K. Memieulir" - 
A. Irawl) rill tee. 



professor, gnlarj 

_„_, proteiBor. Hilary .. 

E. Bncklnebiim, iastructor, bbIsit 

Geo. W. Wilder, Inatrnctor, mlnir 

Frank Wenner, asslataiit, salary 

U. U. WlJL'ux, BSHlstaut, salary 

L. F. Miller, asslslnnt, Halnry 

W. W. Dnnlells, iirofpnnor, Balary 

I.. KahlenlierB, professor, salary 

H. W. milyrr, awlslant [irofeSBor. salary . 
Victor Lebuer, osslslaiit proti'Simr, salary ., 

II. SchluDdt, Instructor, salary 

R. U. Hall, umlatnnt. salary 

A. A. Korii, atwlstant, salary 

WlnirriMl TIUis. nsslslant, nalary 

K. H. Shaw, assistant, salary 

■ ■■ "■ "Ise, professor, > ' 






II. A. Wlukentvenler. asHtstant. salary 

W. I), KroKt, Instrni-tur, ralary 

J. ('. Klaqm, director and pmfmaiir. salary . 
Ainiy 8. Mayhen, ulatress of (tiadliourae 1 

Htstant profpMHor, aalary 

A. M. OT>ra. Inxtruelor, sniarv 

Anna K. I'arkpr, Nsslstant and nurse (liaill 

XHlle^'lsiier; ' Bsslstant' aiirt 'nurse," ^lliVy ". ■ ■ 

II. K. Hrailli-y, asalstnut. Bslarj- 

K. n. 'Wk'llH. SBslMant. luilniT 

II. S. I'pterFion. nsslslaiil. Milary 

Mangle Ilolr ' 



1. rnrtU 



h. M. I-on>on. II. W. Fi'lli 
Orplia K. T#nvltt. It. W. F 
Kdwln Maxey. IT. W. Fell. 
Marie Mrl'temiin. 1'. W. I 

U. K. rati r. W. tVllin 

II. A. KiiBer. V. W. Fellov 
T. W. Mltohell. r. W-. Kelt. 
K. R. W..l™tl. r. W. Felln 
Geo. E. Kind. 1 

A. C, flark. V - 

Florenec 1). Mnlt. T. W, C, 
SI. O. I^reni. V. W. Grn 
R. F, nnwninc, V. W. Or 



E. A. Bredln. servln 






















































i'^™ 










































































ISO DO 





























































































smon 








Detail of Disbursemenis, 1901-1902. 



•I^lior p«iy roll. Janitor. Bhop work, et 
C. E. AWen, eipeage herb colJectloa .... 

Alford BrOH.. bunrlry 

Kdwln A. AlUHJtt. lecturer ..: 

B. S. Andprson. maphlnlHt 

Apfpl-Mnnlopli Co.. bMniirrB 

A. H. AndrewH Co., hj:]o plnle 

Bnnile & I'liiiipyei". xtntloiierr 

Bni'kstBft-Bdwiirili' Co., cliolra 

E. BartholomPW. book 

KrneBt Brnnetpn, Iwtnrer 

Blled. Dnfrenne & Srhnflder, hdwr... 



rrhnndlsp . 






John A. rolbT 
F. 8. ColUna. fn 

losppblne A. CI 

ronclllln PlhlloBrnphl™ To., cnrdu 

ChW of OrdnHncp. n. 8. A., orduanre atnrea 

TapllBl niT Puper Co.. paper , 

J. B. Colt A Co., leniwii. etc 

rontlln t Ronx, n>ment 

rmnbrldBP SHenttfle IiwlrnDient On.. npiximtiiB .. 

rbna. A. Cnnln. refund hllla pnld 

rba*. A. Oonant. lertnrer 

frane Co.. pipe and flttlngs 

C. F. Conler. lime, ppnutnt. etc 1 

M. J. fantwell, prlntlnff 

CnmlirldBe Bntrnilrnl SupnlT fa., pnner , 

Obl'^fto Ijihoratorc Siinnir Co. mifse 

R. 11. npnni^tnn. eTDPnseii enl1eptlii([ Btipefnipns ... 



f Filii IVEmllc npTrollp. 
■ -^Intlnit Co.. prin 



niflpis 



'. J. Dlnnoiil. hlaekRmlth work ., 

>re«pn & Ilboden. m<1t>e 

■. M, nenirlpr. letterlnR 



t\ atomee Bntlprr Co.. elpct. 
il ApnlUnpa Co.. oleotrlml m 
h A Ron. Phpnilpnl* 



niBbolt Mb Phil 
film * Co.. hlOfki 
««11aeh< - ■ - 



fnmKnrp 

inrlor. pinnp tnlilea 
Co.. paRtlni; . 



n'nnoii and "TpelUlnn'". 
■r nnfl nlntea . 



Hnriw. refnnrt Wild paid . 

>n-KlmherlT Thih. Co.. bookB .'. 

Vn'rCn.. pnirtDe plntPR , 

1 R HPDk'nB. lectiirpr 


































































S7S 1 






JJ JJ [ 
























































!i7 Bi r 












128 70 1 



i::,-^iOO<^le 



ilEX'OKT OF TUB BOAKD OF ReGBNTS. 



Univevsily of "Wisconsin. 



KhIhi 



l-Si^herer Co., 
'liro 



rffrlt-en 



King ft Walkvr C'u.. .iilni! ji 

Max Kbnler&'MaVtViilVBtipuraliia ... 

Alex. KoruhuuBei- & Cu., Bumiii 

Italnli G. Kimble, leclurcr 

B. H, J. Lorens, a[)[)iiratui9 

l^niat LellK. luluroaiitiiuH 

LiDli Bvlt Macblnery Co., cuHtluga ... 
Tb« U. C. Lllley L'u., swurd nun ln4t 

LIbrarr Burenu, curds and iMve 

Mandvl Bros., iiontvnva, eli- 

A. A. M«yurB, luiJue 

J. M. Mbw, Iron braviii 



itilugB Bud targpt andi 



K. B. Mcyrowlli touini- drprt-arora 

Marine Biological Lafiuraturj', Bpin-'lnicna . 

Manti BroB., poliitlUK 

Itobert Moldrow, iuuiU-1 at MndlBuu 

JaE. K. MoBoley. aidHC 

UeDees I'barmarf. driiKXi etc 

\V. 1. Meltier, pliimlilng , 

New York Slurc, ruj^ and nidw ., 

NarragaiiHelt Mai^tilni 

As;.','.-, 

inlBBlonB 

A. ft B. UlM>ii. furniture 
Wni. Owens. plunlMlitt .. 



t wpishta. row- 



Llthom'apli ( 



ivlng plate for eom- 



B. V. Pnnnnek, i 
Allan 0. Park, r 



ixika uud Hllile 



I^ilannieter EnKlneerliig Co.. pnnip 

Ueo. H. IlDSM'll. BRpnt, nremlnm ou HUn'tr 

Rockwell ft Hupct To.. iiidKc 

Detrleh & Relnipr. plinrt 

Kdnd, MrN'nIly k Cn,. clinrlH nud inaiui 

Athlon W. Small. le.'Inrer 

fltandard Telephoiie ft llicclric- Co.. lirnxB ( 
Standnrd Ri-hool Knniltiire 4'ii.. iimipoKltloi 

F. D. ftmyllip. apivlmenii 

R. L. flbear. hook 

Rteve f. StiiiitK. n-rmid expenwii paid 

TranK Rehmidt S^ Hneiim-h, ntipnrnlUR 

M. V. Rllngprlanil. Innlern Rlldeti 

n. Mimeni & PisUo. npimraliiK 

Ktandnrd Vamliih Workn. vnrniidi 

StevenHon ft Stodemnnn. Ilnwork and Udw.. 

TtaTld Stpi>hi>nR. ernKbiil Htone 

Rnmnpr ft Morrh. brtw 

a. K. Rt<>ehprl. ImokH 

Helen B. Rfevenwiii. ciln-pd Klldex 

JoHepb Tj'indl. iHiarda 

Tobov Fiirnltnm On., fnniltnrp 

H. O. Tlmlwrlnkc. es>i. rollecthiB Hiteclinen 

It. 0. Ttiulierliikn. refnml exppnit •" 

Traev-. RIWw ft r- — ■-" — 



:'nhliic 



;, Tlldi 



nrlnltne .. 
■mil. Indps 



>o ft T. To., rhim 



nlftne .. 



4UW 
lUMI 

II a 

171 « 

Ts, 
11 

63 30 

ISO 
20 Til 
335 
490 

ISOfi 
MO (10 
11 DO 










































































■SOD 

11 






























«?; 














































30 9,1 

3n«; 

17 W 

inr, 

SI KO 
KIM 







































Di;;-izp.i::y^iUUV 



University of Wisconsin. 



Detail of Disbursements, 1001-1902. 



VVyelcoB, Seamaaa * Bentillct, tj-ptwrlter HuppllcB 



Max WeCKi tuini'Taiit ... 

U. V. Wtiite, lantim Blldm 

Western Glvutrlc Vo., elci-t. Kaailii .. 
n'ledenbvi-k. Uobellu tc L'u.. IiUn-.. 

Curl Zelm, leusvs 

t<MTetarj Board of Ucgcutit, ih>bI 



COLLEGE OK K.\(ilNEEIUN(i. 

J, B. Juhnson. ilran and iirofvHiur. salary 

K. R. Mnurer, pDffKaor, salary 

(.'. II. BaruBlilc. liiBtriittur, RnlBrj' 

J. h\ KBble. iDBlrnctor, KBlnnr 

A. Trawlirlilge, aHultttant prutenaor, itnlary , 

tt: E. TuriiMiare, iirofeiwur, nalar; 1 Z. 

I,. 8. Knillli, aMlntRnt protc^wnr, HHlnrj- ' ■ 

E. E. Kan<Ii>, luitruc^or, mlaiT 

Storm Itnll, profi'iiKir, lularr 

A. W, KIriittT, aHlHlaDt prub-mur, HHlary 

J. <). D. Uark. aiwiiHtant t>i*o'"*>'ar. Hnlary 



(>. B. Xlmmvnnan, inatrni'lor. salary 
Kiulol^ llartuiXn. fniitrDdur. iqilary .. 

A. 8.^«rrUI. InHtnirtor. nulnry 

U. t'. Jaclunn, profriiMar. mlnTy 

('. F. Burcraa, asahttant prot(4wi>r. wilav 
Bmld Praulcpnfclil. Instrnctnr. Minry , 

J. W. Sbuatpr. InMrnctor. HUlarj- 

('. t. KlDg. proft-HHor, Hnlary 

W. (1. iMiteo. lust nil 'tor, wilnry 

R. L. ilankliiaoD. nKiiiiitnnt. U1L117 

M. BODD, UBBllltBIll. BlUnl'}- 

J. F. IcLp, U. W. t'rlluwtblp 

■T, Kralnob. ma ['bin Int. salnry 

1..H. J. iMTfni. DifchaDli-lan. aalKrj-.. 



. II. 






Jullua Aniirae & Hnn, (•Wt. wire 

Amrrlran Tool niicl &Ia<-bln<- <'u.. a 

ABhpTOft Mfg. Co,. Imllcfiton" 

Ahbe EDElneerlnR L'o.. mill 

Vm. AlbeTK, sanil 

B. 8. Anilprxon. inarblulflt 

ArbeHOD (Iraphlte Co.. plwlrodcH . 

Storm Bull. pxpcuHcn pnlil 

BllPi. DnKrenuc & »i'btip[dcr. h<lw 

V. II. Bealpy & Co.. uidso 

Brnim ft Hharne Mfjt. Co.. senr rnt 

F. C. BIIpiI ft Cn., prlnllnK 

Brran-MArsh Co.. pbotomotor 

Oeo. F. Cn-HBon ft Co.. blockB nnil * 
<'iltl«~flaiiimpr MfR. Co.. auto ntnrt 

Craig Kpylcaa Look C<i., lockt. 

C R. Chapman, fmrr]' srindpr 

City of Uddimm. walpr 

CroHhy Stpam Gnup' Co.. imuki- am 

C. F. Cool<-y. i-emcat. i-ti' , 

3. B. cm ft Co.. lantprna 

(Sfo. Cha11i>nt>r'a 8«n» f?o..jrai'ki-ts 11 
Crmm City SaBh ft Door Co.. narh 
Cotltpr EDElnppr Co.. iidvprtlBlntc ... 
Cranp Co.. plpo H-' "'"-- 



I ft Sonn. fni'l 



John Chattil. .. _ 
DpnnliTOQ Mf(t. Co. 
nirwt Spparntor I 
M. PlPrtprlob. ma»»-. .. 
r, M. Dpnilpr. Wterli 
~i. Tplpphonp " 



Rnns. t 



{•ptx and k 



£41 

255% 

'iwotc 

300 00 
J.bOIIU) 
1.700 OU 

ill 

'800 «) 
2,SOO00 

i.wo w) 

1,200 00 

soooo 

li 

aw 00 
1,000 oci 

IE 
lii 

moo 

T ffi 

mo3 

K5E9 


















»1T3,012 VA 




























































































































4S 














































-.oogle 



IlEl-OItT OF THE UoAED OF IIeGENTS. 



University of Wisconsin. 



A. B. Dlok Co.. oacEtlatlDg uiimcograph 

EnglnivrlDK News I'nb. Co.. sdrprtlBlug Z yesni 

KIcctric Applliiuce Co., aiiimralud 

Ijasle INMidl Co.. pvndls 

liiulpy & SuHB. I.tii., iiluator IiiivIh 

Ulmpc ft Amt^Dd, clivinlcalB 

Eleclrlcal Supply Co.. Ek-ct. guoda 

Chr. Frautsrbl. sloola 

Farr^ll & Uempe Co.. BpEral (-ores 

I'Tankllo PortaWc Crane Co.. vcme 

11. FrunkeDfeld, pxpenaes 

Kayerwpathcr & Lartew, bt'ltiuf ..' 

A. J. Flaher, stool air tnuk 

Foi Typewriter Co., copy lioldtsr 

A. D. ft J. y, FrederlcKsan. lumber 

Kalrlianks. Uorite tt Co.. arulca and ttvtlna apparatus. 

Uould Storage Battery Co.. Htorage batterfeB 

U. (irlmm & Son. binding, etc. 

A. II. GardntT Co.. hose < 

Pbilllp Uroes Ilnrdware Co, hardware 

W. & L. E. linrley. plane tablea 

lingpry Electric l.'a.. dynamo 

W.J. (lamm. stop watches 

(icnernl Blectrlt Co., HppanitnB 

tilahnlt Machine Co.. mRChlnp palnl and nppnrBtuH 

William lIoBklns tc Co., rnrnare and blowulpe 

Hanson & Von WlDklor Co., clicmlcnln ' 

Henry Hell Cheniliml Co., rhpuilcols | 

tInrt-Pflrr Co.. engine pnrlH nnd appamtDB i 

mil. Clarke ft Co,, planer ' 

Peter I'. Hyland. door chci-kn | 

Itlaoehnrd llarper. binlcrn Blldea 

Ona C. Hennlng. pocket recorder I 

II. J. M. Howard. Arc hose 

HarBbaw. Fuller & G. Co., wodium nitrnle 

Henry Hell Chemical Co., chemlculs , 

Saiunel Hurrla & Co., ha.rdwurc [ 

Uoevcller ft Barckhun, repalilng furniture i 

lloefcr Mts- Co,, mtilou ixnii press i 

I'. F. Usnuff, eioct. gooujt I 

A. llaswcll ^ Co., fumiiure i 

lllLricha Dry tJooUB atore, nidsc , 

lutcrnaliouai Ten Buok Co.. mlvurllslug , 

A. 1. Ide ft Buns. Ideal eugiuu , 

KllwuuU ft ivlua, lublDE I 

luKvrsoU tiargCQi UrIU Co.. iilr cuuipressor | 

Junes ft uiusUliu, Ltd., Biicl ....'..!"!!.'""^!."""!i!!"!| 
Jewell Bleeirical lUHtrumuui Co., voltiueter and auiiueteri 

A. L. Johnson, uxpense aa lecturer ; 

U. W. Juhua-Mauavnie Co., RBbeatoa gloves 

J. B. Jobuson. bills paid I 

Alex. Kombausvr ft Co., mdsv | 

Kroncne Bros., hardware , 

C. 1. ulng, bills paid I 

». U. Kayset, lumber l 

King ft Walker Co., eastlnRa I 

Koy-Scheerer Co., rubber tubing ,..: | 

Adam Klein, brooms , 

E. II. J. LoreuE, lepalrluR Diiiinralita 

B. K. LeBloDd Maeliloe Tool Co.. lathes ft tools | 

Ludlow- Say tor Wire Co., ulevi* 1 

UatthlPHonft Hezeler Zinc Co., plates I 

A. B. Marvin, lantern sIldeH | 

Jna, E. Uoaetey. nidse ■ 

Manvllle Cuveriug Co.. aslH'Htns board and eoverlng j 

MeaRCR l>hamia<.7, dru»i ft ludse ] 

Mcintosh KterM>plli!an Co., lanlem | 

Maraball ft Ilauschart Machine Co., lathe i 

Uauti BroH., jinMitlng 1 

W. 1. Meltier, plnniliTne 

Madison Can ft Bleelrle Co.. g,i« nnd current | 

H. «. McCowan. nidse 

iV. T. McConnell ft Sou. mdBC 

Maehlnlsta' Supply Co.. mdse I 

The Uoorc & wlilte Co., pulleya and couplings | 



m7; 

si 

400 DO 




















































































































"' 7S 

Mia 

3tM 

luie 

H 

S16UI 

It. 

Mm 

97 B« 








































































S2&1 






5^:1 W 






4 11 







Di;;-izp(i::y^iUUV 



UaivBESiTT OF Wisconsin. 



Detail of Visbursements, 1901-1902. 



.. A. Uityer 



tlllwaukei; Lt>atber Bvttliit! Co., bi-KlUK . 

Mcholsou t'lk t'u.. Ull'H 

NoribwesterD Fuiuliuri.- Va., furulcnrc .. 

New York Air Uiukc C<>„ uir pump 

A. Xniniiieilor, ilraiigliUiie tBliiL'H mid Uu 
•""■— H EneliiBCrliig «- ■ ■■ ■ 



NntlouBl -Uacblite 
Northern Tisuue : 
Setast Lamp Co., 



'iiptT ■ 






The 8. Ohormoyer Co,, tools for foiiuUrr 

Cnralllo Olivetti, Inutern 

Wm. Oweiia. uiuDiblne 

Wm. It. Perrlu & Co,, niter pniw 

PolUrd-Taber Co., labor utid iiiilne 

I'ulBOUiPter Steam I'liuip Cii.. puImiiik^it 

Power Spetlolly Co.. superlipnier 

Wtn. J. Wrk Co., maw-: 

l*ratt & Whitney C.i.. lothc 

Martin PaTtou. eiHtlnicH 

Queen 4 (V, nnparatus 

Suaker (.'Uy Rubber Co.. nniilurtlne how 
lohnnlH & Co.. I.til.. rnliiicr tublnK. etr.. 

Iloekwell-Rupel Co.. milw ." 

IllfH's Hydraulic Riialne Co.. enelne 

H. Kent ItnsHi-1I, trel(tht nu pnlterUH 

Fred Ste Hen, -iiiil tern work 

AuK. Scheiliel, palls 

J. A. SwcDSOD. Uraka 

Standard Paper Co., laid paper 

B. V. Sweneon. traveling eipraNea 

Rlnle Journal PlR. Co,, printing 

Stephenson & Rtudcmami, lidw 

Edwin SniDBPr & Son, niiluc 

Bcrtrand S. Somera. eipenxea na loclurcr ... 

F;. II. Urgent & Co.. ihemlrnlit 

David Stephens, brlrk 

SL-haller & Builenberg, mllurlnieter, u[ipnrnt 

Spmsoe Elivtrle Co.. iniilor 

ftnmner ft Uorrla, hdw. 

Xtandard Telephone & Eleclrlf! Co., raRtlnKH 

Tmn, Ofliha Jk Co., prlntlnic 

W. S. Taylir. eipena™ 

F. K. Tltrneanre. pxpenKCH 



nnd ehi-nilrali 



WledenlHTk. Di.b „ , 

Wtaconatu Knglneor. mihticrlpllnn and ndvertlH 

Ynle A Tonrne M(r. Co., loebH nud buttK 

WyekoS. Seamana A Renedirt, enrhon imper... 

Wbtllng Paper Co.. piipcr 

A. J. Worti. exppnm'iiHa le<>tnrer 

Wmrtem Panl Steam Syntem Co., pnul eJiM-tor ., 

Wheeler Courtpniwr A Enchie Co., i-onilenHi-r 

Weatem lUwhldi- Itellliw Co., lieltinB 

Wllmarlh Mormau Co.. drill nrlndera 

WealoD Kleelrli-al Iiirtmnient <Vi., amineliT i 



Kleetrli- ( 






ADMINISTKATION. 



R. A. BIrKi'. n 
J. B, Partlnw. 
1. E, Olaon, 1 



3s(iUU 

lis SO 


















































































































































































loo no 

««6 
13 00 

in no 
isnon 
6t sn 

60 0CI 

422 (a 

EI0 33 
612 35 

n.m 51 

i:*«2S 





































:::;::;:^iL> 



DOgle 



Report of the Boahd of Regents. 



Univei'sily of Wisconsin. 



E. A. Blrgi', ai'llug prpslilciit, ■iiii(laK<>iil fuud; 

Amprlmn PbaruiarT. conti-rrui-e 

Anicricuu Kx|irt«i> On.. (ruuHpurtnttuii 

K. RvnjHDiln Andrcni. vi|H>iiHi>it hs tti'Iurvr 

K. a. Burntit, Dcrvloes Hililri'8KltiB prvpIuiicb 

Vi. i. B<-ilH, enerosidnK 1'i'w)1iiI1<iiih 

K. A. BlrKf. ciueiiiieH tu t'tlk'ilffo 

K. M. Cliii ' 



I'lfll. prlutlug luvltHtloDH 



M. J. 

O. S. rnrman, Trei... _.. 

Drmucrat I'rintltiK I'u.. iiiiutiiie . 
D. B. frankfuburBcr. rnllway fur 

11. C. t'lali, svirU'm 

(1. Urimni & Sun, iiMktnic (iivtrti 
and liln^lns t'reiililpnl AdniuH' t 



JpuklDH t.loTd-JoDm, cxpruHPH l«-(nr 
rlortucp Kplley. cipvilmv i-onvoi-HHon 
A. N. MnrynlH & Co.. nrtm-unr iKHik . 

Lhiiin I'. Uuiira. eniii-iiiipit iM'tnrer 

Kay MnwHT. nlftht wiirk 

I'DsUl I'nion Teli-m^pb (.'o.. inp:<iiaE(.-i! 

Paul 8. HMoM-b, notWH 

Prof. t'. F. (tailtb. PippDHCH 

l^rof. N. ». Sbnler. FXpfimi^fi liTHiwr... 
Standard^ '""l"^ J-"";" n"ppi' 



fill 



1 StnlPB Kxprci 



... J, Valle, LlRb HrlionI i-utnlOBiir. ■ 
WentPru y,u\nu TplcBraph <'o., im-sui 

The Wrsllaki' Co., ihh|ih 

Upnry V.. WolIT. condtii-llTis cxuuilu 



B. A. Buffinitoii. pippuwH a 
OrlaudD E. Clark. Pippii>K-a : 
M. J. ('antwcU. priming ... 



ITK,- 



Dane <'o. Tvlpidiuac 



IJbrarr Ilumii. oanlH ., 



vfiltor .. 



3bJor C. Mrad. raiH-nnn' hh n>Ki 
Mengoa I'haruiBiT. dmsR aud iii 



Andrew > .__. .. 

link W. Vwk., viptvH'i 
"■ -. Park i'o., a'- 



iKllor 



Bllubplb (I. IVphbam. i 
A. I.. Kamclmi, pxpniH-M 
Juhii I. K<H'H>l(>r. <>xpvni 

Jllbn K. Rb>WI, PSIIcnHPH nn n-Ki-u i 

KiK-bwpll ft Itapvl Ca... nidw 

J. H, Stoat, px|tpD«pii aa roKPDt 

K<-Iiwb1> Ktamp ft Bpal Co.. rnlili.T HtnmpB 

Turner ft Harrlwin, |H'n« 

Trarv. (Jlhlm & Co., jrliitlim ,-• 

Mm. UarRarpt M. Wllliiiiiti, psppiiwn aw TiKltn 
Seprelary Bonrd of R»gp|ilH, iK>Klngp. fn-ichl a 

COIXEliE nv LAW. 



Howard I.. Ainilh. Knln'r.T 
John M. lill". "nlnrj- ..,, 



■■■DViJ^Vf^y^ioov^ii;- 



TTwiVERSlTY OF WiSCONSIS. 



Detail of Dish 



is, 1901-1903. 



R. M. Baaliford, Mlory 

Burr W. Jones, ajilury j 

P. C. C. Vulehl. salary, work on examination pnpen. 
J. C McK<«80D. salarj-. work on exainlnatlon itapera. 
Thos. PrleBtley. Wlary. "'"rk on piiimlanrlon pHperB.... 

». P. Wilson, HQlnry, work on examination iiaiMTB 

•Ijibcir pu.r loH ., 

Boston Book Co., hookH 

Banks Law Book Puhllablug L'<i„ l)onk8 

Conklla & Sons, fuel 

Cttllflgtian & Co., book* 

IWmrotrat lYltitlnn Co., printing 

C M. Denglpr. lettertnE 

Wm. M. U. DiiwHon, West VlrglQlii repoita 

Ftesle Pencil Co.. nenells 

T. H. Flood ftCo., lioofc 

O. Qrlrom & Son. blortlng 

Gilbert Book Co., Teina reports 

Ilavrard Law Bevlew, ndri-rtliiliiB 

Hasweli ft achoil. furallure 

I.^awj'era Co-op. Pttbllsblnt; Co.. bonkn 

Menges PlinrmafT;, milso 

Jns. E. Moseler, milse 

H. Nledeckcn Co.. luk 

Jtockwell & Knpel, miiso 

Kdward Tbompaou Co.. hook 

miled Typewrltei- Co.. repairs 

West PnbllBhinK Co.. books 

Wfckotr. RenmnnH & Renedlrt. eopf bolilrr 

Serretarf BunnI of ItegenlK. poHlaKi-. firigbt nnil expn 



, salary (3.000 00 



'Ider. Iiardn'nt 



B. a. AudcrsoD, maehlnli 
Blled. DuPrenne ft Srhli 
Capital City Paper Co.. iDdiie. 

Conklln ft Sons. FnH. etc 

ChlniBo KawhMe Mtg. Co.. pInlonH 

Crane Compnn.s. pipe ourl flttlii^ ..■. 

Doyon ft Kajne Luniiior Co., hiinlitr 

M. Dlederlfb. mdse 

Dane County Telephone Co.. rentals 

EnKlneera' Instrument Eirhanite. wye level . 

F.lectrlcnl Supply Co.. cteelrlrai indse , 

John A. Eastman, on nrt-ount iIHIllne well.. 

Orores-Barues Music Co.. gut strlDjea , 

Peter Byland, patterns 

Hart-Parr Co., use nt pnuip . , 



Jns. R. Moseley. rndse. . 
Madison Gns ft Rlectrlc 

Mnutz Bros., palntlnft 

Menites Pbnrmaey. ilruRs and udsi 
NoHiiern EleetHc Mf(t. Co., motoi 



.. itns nod current... 



. Pickarls Co.. mdse 

L. y. Bphoelkopr. typewriter and reimlm . 

Sliimuer A Morrin. iiardirare 

dtephenHoii ft Rtiideinann. hanlwnre 

Tenfllon Knvelope Co., enveloivcu. . . 




SpcrcttiiT Board of ResentB, postBRe. fn-ighl and exprossl 

GEXEBAL LIBRARY. I 1 

W. M. Smitb. salary tl.SOO 00 . 

"W. II. nndley. nalnry I 1.200 00 . 

Malwl Marvin, salary ! ™« . 

Bteve C. Htonti!. siilnry 



r-:^;v,-Vii><_»UV 



Rkpoht op the Board of Regents. 



Universitii of Wisconsin. 



Gertrude R. NutMas, >alary ... 

•Lator pay roll ■■"■ 

A. L. A. I'libllgliins Board, lodfi' .".'.'.'.','.'.'.'. 

F. A. Brockhans, liouka 

Kmll BorgBiBun. books 

<ieorge_K. Crane, bookii '.'.\^\"Z'.'.'.'.VM'.'.V.'.\\'.\ 

I.. P, benoyVr, pprlortlp«iii'!!!'",'.'["*l'."; 

DpnalaoD ,\l(g. Co.. lalicla 

Kagle Pencil Co., i)encllB 

BngineerlDK Magazlnp. Indi'i 

hliuk & Wugiiairs Co., book 

G. Grimm & Son. blading 

Geological Soi-itty of America, book '. 

JobnH HophlDH PresB, book 

HammerBmltli Eagntrlng Co., book plate for AdflmB'lV- 

Llbraiy Bureau, cards nod ca»e 7///".'.'.'. .'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'. 

Lemckc & Baethner. Imok 

Chaa. B. I-iiurlat Co., hooka 

A. C. UcClarg 4 Co., iHraka 

N. Murrey. liSok 

Jobn 1). Morris & Co.. liooks 

Jaa. E. Museley. inilse 

H. Nlederken Co.. Ink 

1^ J. rirknrts ft Co., nidni' :...'.. 

H. V. & H. W. Poor, manual. 1901 

n. S. Rlob & Co.. book 

H. Bolhernn * Co.. books 

Schwnab Stamp & Seal Co., rubber stnmpR I..!!!!!! 

Staadard Paper Co.. laid paper 

Charles U Smith. Itooka 

O. E. Sleehert, books 

W. M. Smith, librarian, membernhlp fee paid 

Shea. Smith & Co.. paper mcks ..... 

Stale JoninnI Printing Co., prliitlng '..'. 

liDlveraliy Co-op. Co.. mdse 

H. Welter, books 

Wli^consln Rnglnefr. Iniles 

Bwretary Board n( Regent*, poBtae<\ frelglit niiil cspreas 

i.AnoiiAT<inY sr'Pi'i.ius. 

•tjilior pay roll j ii.ow 13 . 

B. S. Audersim, maehlnlM i Ite 23 . 

F. A. Averlierk. dlnmnndK 

AlUs- Chalmers Co., Imller plate 

Apfel-Munluek (.'o.. tialniieeH aud plntlniim welgbti^ 
Asberoft Mfg. Co.. Indlrator springs and apiMraln 

AUlK-ChalmcTs Co., steam liouneta 

Wm: Albers. sand 

Am. Railway Maater Mei-banleK' AKsn.. books 

Am. Sop. nf Meehonleal Knglneerii. book 

A. II. Ahb:itl * Co.. stadlil diagrams 

("bad. Besly & Co., brass, ete 

Boaiou Gear Works, steel and brass 

linker & Co., platinum i-ruribles 

Blled. I>uFrenne ft Kehnebler. bdw 

Burke ft Junies. appsrutns 

~ ar. pollahhig prism 



12B9S . 
377S . 
15 00 . 



Bryan- Marsh 
11, •■ " ■' " 



James G, BIddle. appara 



W. i:. Brovn. elennlng InstrnmentB I S 0( 

r. I.. HergiT* Co.. apT)arBtua M 96 

ttaiincb ft t.nmb Optleal Co.. ehemleals ..: ' a.lEO Ti 

Herman iioker ft Co.. wire, ete I 4S 

Crosby Hteam Gage Co., Index eardii and Indlealnr eord..! 28 K 

Corbln <'al>lnel Lock Co.. Ioekn ; 4 63 

CblniRn Ijiliorattiry Snpply Co due | tSi Tl 



ioo^le 



UsiVEESITY OF WISGOS8IIJ. 



Detail of Disbursemenls, 1901-190&. 



& Co., lilockB and abuftlne ■ 
and &taDs\\\\V".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 



(.'upltol C'lty __,.__ .. 

(Tmitle & Uofle, imithlug i-oal .. 
craclble Htcel Co.. spring steel 
M. J. Caatwell. priming 



(.'ambiidge Botanical Hupplr c,'o., enTelopes ■ 

Capital City Fuel Co., vuim 

Chicago Calcium LIgbt Co., oxygen gaa 



C. K. Cooley, cemcDt, etc 

Uco. Cballantr'a Sons Co.. gage ciKk 

Chlcsgo Pneumatic Tiiol Co., conulloga . 

CoukllD & Sona, fuel and Ice 

Cleveland Tnlst Drill Co.. lube and dr[ 

It. P. DeDoyer. pt-rtodli^alB and IhhiIih 

Doyou & Itayiie I.umlwr Co., lutoLer ... 

A. B. Dli-k Co.. BiippIk'B 

Eugene Utctigeu Cu.. tiand l*-ve[H 

DeonlDon Mfg. Co.. giiiiiined IuIiHh 



Intliig 



tools 



. printing . 

'pairing watch ... 



Geo. L^ Kngllsl 



Theo. F, Dre 
C. M. licnglpr 

Klectrlcal Snpp . 

^Engineering Keifs Puli. Co., proceeding 

Kimer & Amend, chemicals 

.1 Appliance Co.. apparatus 

Kngllsh & Co.. minerals 

_ . _.. __acman. elect, goodn 

A. 1>. k J. V. KmlerlcksoD. lumber ... 

John Kath, crayBsh 

FrIliBchp Bros., drugs and oils , 

Foole Mineral Co.. minerals 

Fort Wayne Klectrlc WorkH, cnstlnKN .. 

Fuller & Johnoon Mfg. Co.. caMIngs ... 

Fauerbach Brewing Co., acid gati 

(ilahnll Mili-htnB ('■.. PRStlugS aDll MppE 



Geological PuI'lUliIng Co,, periodicals 

<). Orlmni & Hon, bludlng 

Wm. Gaertner & Co., ofijectlvea and 
Vl<1ar H. <:relsBer. electrrral kIoUps .. 
Gallngbcr Tent & Awning Co.. mdxe. 
General Ktectric Co., wire and rnqtor 

W. J. (lamm. repairing watches 

W. & L. K. Uurli-y. rods anil plane la 
Hlanchard Ilarpi'r. lantern slides .... 

llousbton ftjllcbards, steel 

llolllKler'rf fhnrmuir. elienilcaln 

Hall & Sons. Are clay tubes 

Iloefer Mfg. Co.. Knw bladeH 

Illnrlehs Dry Goods Hlnrc, mdse 

I'. F. Harlofr, eli-<'trlcal gcHids 

IVterllyland, palterns 

Ray Hooping. — " '- 

Illbliardi Bpc: 

llart-p'arr Co.. engine parts and apj 
Ilonpes ft Townsend Co., ' 

II. C. HendrlclERon. cones .. 
Ilofrman & Billings Mfg. Co,, lead ... 
Henrr Hell rhemlcal Co.. cheniEcHls ,, 



., Spcneer, Barlletl 



ITSr.: 



IllInolR I 

Internatlnnnl Brni 
Rllaha T, Jcnks, I 



,. bill... 











52& 




fS 




,JSI 






IE 26 












































































































MOt 


::::::::;::::: 


2 2E 
18 9S 












24 13 
































l»9j 


























Sfl« 






2T27 











iGoogle' 



Eepokt of the Boakd of Reoents. 



University of Wisconsin. 



King & Walker Co.. pipe ana flttlnKR 

Ta. K. Knott AppBratUB Co.. nlr pump 

J. Kinojie & 0. Mnpller, mdw 

Kpuffel & Esspr Co,. barnDifters noil protmotors 

Alei. Kornlinnspr & Co.. milnc 

A. H. Ksyiwr, Inmtipr 

Kronpke BroB.. hanlwiire 

I.rhn & FInt. druEB 

H. P. Little. frogB 

Library Bnreao, eardR 

Krnflt Lplti, iBiitPin hHJph, niloroHCopen and annarn 
LufkiD HuTe To., rulPK \, 

A, 0. MrClure & Co.. tinoka 

Marine BIoIobImI Lnhorntorj-. Rbarks" tipads, ptr. ... 

Hplntonh Stcrpoptlraii Cn.. coiu\enefr 

MnnlE Broi., painting , 

W. T. MoConnelt & Son, milse 

Manlplpal KnfEtnnprlnK Co.. miiniElne 

Wm. J. ManinettP, hprli collet-iron 

MUwankec I.patlipr Belting Co.. hetllDs 

Machaito & RolW. repairlnji app'sratna 

MaehlnlatK' Supply Co., mdse.. tools, etc 

Jag. E. Moseler. indse 

W. J. Meltter. plnmbliiB 

B. F. Memrdj-. frogs 

MvrelE & Co.. dnigB 

H. MooerB Co.. parklnK 

MlHer-PBrklnBon Lumber Co., [umlipr 

Montsrompry. Wnrd & Co.. pye Bhlelda 

Madison Saddlpry Co., harnpaa work and mdae 

II. B. MoOonan. mdae 

MenRCR PliannncT. iniftH and mdae 

Madiaon Gaa & Ripet. Co., (cai> and rurrent 

A. A. Mayers, mdae 

Northern Rlectrtcal SlfR. Co.. mdae 

New York Store. mn» and mdae 

Nlpholaon File Co., fllca 

Norton Emery Wheel Co,, emery wheelB 

Oeo. Naah & Co.. ateel 

RIehnrd (1. Norton, rppnlrina apparatua 

Nalional niatlUInK Co.. aleohol 

A. Nledecken Co., Ink 

tfemst Lamp Co.. lanipa 

Wm. Owens. plnmbln«r 

McDonald Odometer Co,. rHl)ber tipa 

Cnmillo Olivetti, ammeter 

1-ratt & Vvbltney Co.. tapa and drills 

Parr ft Kroueke. olampa 

Parke. DbvIr & Co.. drnw 

Pollarit-Taber Co., palntlne 

Peek ft Veiaor. Oawefto tea 

PflKter ft Vnttel I.enther Co., hlile powder 

O. L, pPtitdlrtter. pollahlni! plate and prlam 

Martin Pnyton. enBtlnaa ..,, 

L. J. PieknrtH ft Co., nulae (... 

John Prilzlaff Hanlware Co., hatehpta 

Wm. J, Park Co., mdae 

Qnepn ft Co.. reiMilrinc Rpparatua and apparatns 

Treil A. Itiph. RpparatnR 

Rlehnnla & Co.. rnbbpr tnbtntc. ehenilealR anil nppni 

W. C. Kltchle ft Co.. Iioies 

Fred RenlRcbler. plants 

... 8, nilehlp ft Sons, enhle 

BtandHrd Telephone ft Eleetrie Co.. braaa eaMlnjtB. 

A. A. SphiiQE. parthworma 

A. B, Seymonr, eronomic foncl faaeiele 

|j. F. Seboelkopf, repalrlnx npiwirntna 

HtephenHon ft Studemaun. tin work nnd hiMwnre ... 

J. T, Rioeomb ft Co.. drilla 

J. W. StanKord ft Co., vlalR 

Edwin Sumner ft Son. photo material ., 

M, A. Seed Dry PLatp Co., dry plates 

Smoothon Mfe. Co.. compound 

RehUPkprt ft. Co., npparalua 

II. Rothernn ft Co.. iiooka 

II, Sclieier. mdse 







































































2oq 


































































































































































































































!" 





Detail of Visbursenienta, 1901-1902. 



<J. E. Stecheit, books 

Krnaz Srhmlilt tc Haeuwb. appantuB 

Scbupffer & BiicliiUlnTK, ■iiparatuH 

Ht'bulbamp ti »tatt, nchl 

■ SafH)' Kmery Wbevl tV, i>iiii>rr whttlu 

*:.. II. Kancent & Co.. cbi^nilvnlif 

Vhs*. A. StivlIuKer Cm., l>raiiB. etc 

StiDiDpr & MnrrrM. bnrilnare 

Klnte Jnaninl ITlntinji Co., pTlDtlnx 

fltaudanl l>aprr Co.. papvr 

Ktnudaril Oil Co.. uli, isDk and puinil. |ca■<ollu<^ - 

'irapy. Gluris & Co.. printing 

Trump BroH. MiiPblnc Co.. drmvliigH null (vMIuk 
Tarlur & (iliMiaiiii. prinllui; 

J. C. UlmiT & Co,, irpt- ..'..!'.'.'.!'."".".'."'.'.'.!'.'!'.'. 

ViaroBltv (III Co., oil 

I>. run NoHtranil & Co., Hooka 

Vaugbaa'a Sit'- Blore. planla 

Wledenbeck. Dobplln & Co.. benlware 

WIbcodsId I'harinur]'. ilrugH 

n'litprtuwu Tb^rniomcliT Co.. tbpriuometpra ... 

II. J, WIlllB, Baod 

WhltHll, Tatuin ft <V, Imltlra niiil RluBBnan- ... 

WPBtern ElpctriP Co.. flpil. idiIbi- 

Wadbam'B Oil ft rirfoac Va.. wbbIp 

A. J. WIlhlDBon & Co.. hraBR illMit 

A. J. WllUtniinn tt Co.. hniRii iII»'k 

'.eatnn Kleol. Inatriitiii'iil Co., appanitus 

Wblting PaiH-r Co.. pnppr 

WIswinBlD tuzlncpr. pcrio.UiiilK 

The 8. S. WhftP Dpntnl MfR. i\>.. N, O. rsb ... 
Valir & I.anKP Dnig Co.. MmmoiilH, ahpllap. <'tp. 
Secretary Boiird of ItPBi-ntB. poslnup, (rplght an 



SCHOOL OF PHARMACY. 

Edward Krpmprn, salary 

Ii, H. Chpncy. salary 

Klchard Flw-lipr. salary 

W. O. Rtcbtmann. salary 

II. KphrplniT. Balary 

It. II. DpiiolMon, iialary 

K. R. Boyp. nnlnry 

■Labor pay roll 

CnnliliL & KooB, fiipl niul In- 

Thp J. H. Day Co., appHmtUM 

tlie Wm. Fiipfc On., inblrt mapblnp 

A. 1>, & J. V. FrrdmrkBon. lomlipr 

Adam KIpIu. hrooniB 

.Ina. K. Moaelpy. BtatlonPry 

MadlBon Obb & ElectHp Co.. aaH ami mrrent 

K. II. SarKfiil * Co.. pbpulpnla 

R J. StokPB Mflpbinp Co., talilM niarblnp 

Wlerlpnlippti, I>oliplln & Co., hardwrn' 

StpprPlnry Bonril of RpgpniB. poBlncp. rrplgbt anil <-xp 



AGRIcrrLTHUAL IXSTITITT 



.. MpKpitow. snlnrj- . 



'>l<1. Ii 



iiiilpr. 



Klltnti' 



W. C. Braillpy. InKtilat. 

II. A. Brigpi. iDKtIfitp wortpr ... 

11. J. Cop. rratlliitp wnrkpr 

II. M, CnlliprliMin, InBtlliile workpr 
ThoB. Conrpv. InBlltiite workpr .. 

II. B. Cook, laBtftntp worker 

J, n. Dlion. InatllntP worlipr .... 
N. B. Fraiii*. InMllntP workpp ... 
jBB. FlBber. Jr.. Instltntp workpr . 
C, p. GAOflrlph. I 



■, Hill. 1 



Btltnti 



i Afl.ta F. IIowlp, llisl 



vorkpr 



2osno ' . 



Report of tue Board of Reaentb. 



University of Wisconsin. 



David ImriB. iiiBtltnte worker 

Mrs. Jennie A. JnmlBOti. cooklnic school teacher 

LoQlH Kummerer. Institute worker 

Chaa. Lulse, Inatllutc worker 

C E, UatteBOn, ioatLtute worker 

B. E. KobertB, betltute worker 

L. 19. Scott, Institute worker 

F. H. ijcrlbner, Institute worker 

W. F. StIlcB, iDBtltute worker 

C. A. Smith, InitHute worker 

Ida E. TllsoQ, Inatltule worker '. 

Delliert Utter, laatltiite worker 

George Wylle. Institute worker 

Chae. D. Wood, Institute worker 

Hattle V. Stout, clerk and stenographer 

Nellie E, Grlffltb. clerk and steaographer 

John JoDea. lanltar (part) 

■Labor pay roll 

P. C. Bfled & Co,, printing 

Clasp Envelope Co., printed envelopoa 

DemoerEt Printing Co., printing 

Evening Wlaeonsln Co., printing bulletin 

Eagle Pencil Co., penells 

(ieo. McKcrrow. dlreelor. eipensea lustltatc wui 

Jas. E. MoselH. mdso 

Wm. J. Park Co., mdse. 

L. J. Plckarts & Co., mdse 

Htandard Paper Co., laid pnper 

State Journal Prlotlug Co.. prlnllag 

J. H. Yewdale Sons Co.. cuts 

Secretary Board of Regents, postage, (relgbt and 



SUMMER SIi^SION. 

B. H. Bode, Hilary 

Wm. D. Frost, salary 

S. n, Ooodnlght. Mlary 

Hnbena M. llerfurth, salarj- 

•Labor pay roll 

M. J. Cnntwell, printing 

Pemnerat I'pliitlng Co., prlnlhiK m'paniti 

Wm. (lomlbody. prlnleil eiivelopi>n 

SwrclMry lloanl of Uep'iitR. luiHtnge. trvi 



•riilvereltr pay roll, lubor nnil 
AuiiT. MBchlDCr.v Co.. wood trh 



A. H. Andrews Co., steel bfllln 

K. S. Anderaon, shop work 

lllleil, DuFronnc & Schneider, hardv 
P. M. HrlKliil Co., recorder nnd gnu. 
Tlnrbee Wire & Iron Workii. Euarils 

Capital City Paper 

'onkllQ & Soir- " 

4'nrliln Cnbliipri^'k V 
Crenm Clb- Saidi & J>i>or Co., : 

V. F. (>>oler. lime, ete 

DreHen & RlKKlra. paint tnti . 
Itiiyon ft Rnync I.nmher Co. .. 

H. Dlederlrh. milKP 

C M. Dengler. lettering 

I>ei<n Steam I>ninp Co.. plHtnii 
Kleetaical Supply Co., pli'c. gor 
A. D. ft J. V. Frederlekson, li 
l-'alrbanhs. Morac ft Co.. senU 
Goheen Mfg. Co.. gnlvnniim . 
(iallagher Tent ft Awning Co. 
I'hllllp Hr-WB llanlwiire Co.. h. 
Iloffmnn & Bauer Mfg. Co., 
Illhliiird.^ Hpenoer, linrllHt & 



ass 
si 

2I1G m 

IffiOO 
15 00 

II 

3C0 0D 
45(10 

VS. 

3,599 33 
71 

'11 


































































aoono 




















n.uois 


tl.«.l «■ 






















197 M 

<90 3« 

1K7B 
■WIS 































33 00 I 

IBT5 '-r- T 



ITmvEKSiTY OF Wisconsin, 



Detail of DisbuTsemcnts, 1901-190S. 



JoboBAD Electric Scnlcc Cn.. btmt rcBUlotlon 

The Chna. B. Kruae HeaHuc Co., liolkr 

A. H. KaTBer. lomber 

Kiue & Walker Co,, tiistlngs 

Menter Bros,. mdBi'. 

Milk Belt Machlue Co., aah uinchlue 

I,u.llow Valve Mfg. ('o 

Lufkln Hole Co,, rt-p. tnpa 

Manvllle Coverlne Co.. coviTliis 

Chas. B. Mllwarcf, planlprlng 

Vf. J. Mctlzer. plnmhiniE 

Miller * Parklnaon Lumber Co 

A. A. Marers. mdBC 

.. M. Maw, blaoksmith 

Mautz Bros., palnttns • 

MUwavkw Leather Bcltlni; Co.. belt 

MadlBon Sartdlcrr Co., miloe 

Meaees Fbannaer, uidae 

T. t\ McCarthr. mnaou work 

National Paint & VamlRh t'o.. graphite palm 

National Blower Worka, fnu 

Northern Rlec. Mf^. Co., rep. laotiira. vtt 

Wm. Owens, plnmblng 

Orr ft IjoekotC Hnrdwarc Co.. hand Kereu's 

rnllanl ft Talier.' painting 

Unvld Htephenn, lirlelt 

Stephenson & Stiiilcmann. tin work 

John Sharp & Son. plnKterliiK 

Slen-nril & Itnmaine Mf);. Co.. bolta 

Stark Utg. Co., mdae 

Sumner ft Morrla. hardware 

Standard Tel. ft Elee. Co 

Kdwin Snniner ft Hon. mdse 

Wtedenbeek. Dnbelln ft Co.. hardware 

Western Electric Co., mdne. 

Wisconsin Pharmacy 

WPBtlngnonae. Chnrch, Kerr & Co.. hardware 

Yahr ft IjinRc Drus Co., i-bcllnc 

Yale & Towue MfH- Co 

Secretary Board of ItCKcnts. freight nuii exprexH iHild,.. 

HEAT AND I.IOIIT. 

■I'liv roll. tuKlnwrs. flrpnicTi and abop work 

C. K. AdaniB, elec. light flxtiiren, pri«iileDt's reMldcnce. 

B. S. Anderann. mnchlnlBt 

Storm Bull, citra serTlcea 

Blled. DuFrenne A Bchtielder, hardware 

Oonklln ft Sons, fuel 

J, L. Colby, Hrcmen-B gloves 

Crane Co.. pipe and flttlnga 

C. F. Cooler. Are clay and cement 

J, B, Colt, carbons 

Blectrleal Supply Co.. elec mrtfie., 

A. H. Oardner. parking .i 

IngeTSoll Sergeant Drill Co., air compressor 

Johnson Electric Service Co 

H. W. Johns-ManTllle Co., covering 

King ft Walker Co.. castings, etc 

IJnk Belt Machine Co., ixlraa 

Tjrnn Incandescent Ijimp Co., elec. lampa 

Madison 0«B ft Electric Co.. gaa and dec, current 

W. T. MeConnell ft Son, nidKc 

T. r. McC.irthy. maaon work 

MachtnlBtN Supply Co.. mdae 

National Blower Works, mrlae 

. NoObem Electrical Mfg. Co.. brushea 

B, F. Paonack. stone ciitllug 

Powera Regulating Co.. bent rcBulntion 

Racine H.inlware Co., hardware 

DaTld StepliPna, brick 

Aog. Bciiplbel, hardware 

Stephenson ft Studemann, hardware 

Snraner * Morris, hardware 

VlKosity on Co., Oil 



"g 
is 

si 

120 at 

223X6 
TSBT9 
19 30 

258 24 

M ta 

69 30 

10 90 
G9 29 
2 10 

26 11 

11 

«30 


















































































18,647 96 


'"nl 

■ 209 
22 10 

il 

290 00 
690 

iii 

2,S92 m 

162 35 
99 04 
WOO 

il 




































































136 8G 





.-^lOOi^le 



Eepokt of the Board of Regents. 



UniversUy of Wiscojisin. 



Westtnghoimo, CbiircL, Kcir & Co. ciiBtin 

WlacDDBlD Wbboh Co., n'iinlra 

SecretaiT Board of Itcgeata. freight uud c 



rniNTI.NG AND ADVEKTI81XG. 



M'uy roll. pIcricHl Had Hbini work 

W. J. Betts. tPtterlnj; illplomns 

Ilim<le & Usmpf^r, commpncpmpiit luvltntl 
Buxton & Sklnupr Statloapry Co. noli^ lii 
Bailey. BnnkB. « Blddlp. blank iliplomna . 

Badger Board, badger to hlKb Hphoolg 

Dally CardlLBl, pnpn to blgb aehoolK 

Capital City Papt-r Co.. paper 

fti. J. Cantwell, printing 






A. B. DUi. ni-.„ 

Dennlson Mfi. Co., labels 

Detnoomt Prliitliig Co., printing tiitBlogtH', ete.., 
" "-' •- "-- binding . 



— Park & Co., inds* 

Btat(> Jonmal Printing C^o.. prlntl 
Scbwaab Stamp & Seal Co., rubber 



Paper Co., pnper 



l^ylor & nJeuHoa. paper and printing ., 
Tracy. Glbba & Co., paper and printing 
fKii.....— .. I r ^g^_ catalogue paper . 



ted Typewriter & Snpply Co., 
ckolT, Seamaus & Benedl-' — 
Itlng Paper Co.. paper . 
consln Alumni Maganlne, to high h 



tjecretary Board of ItegenlR, poelage, freight and cipreiiH 



I, lirfioi 



MINERAL ACCorNT. 

work . 



C. k. Adamn, houiw eipene? ao ngreed (b 
Advance Fire Apparatus Co.. blaze k I tier 

Amprlcan Crayon Co., crayon 

B. S. Andemon, ithop work 

Alford Bron.. laundry 

Blied, DuKrcnne & scbnelder, hardware 

Brown & Nevin, livery 

City of Madison, woter 

Conklln & Song, eement. etc 

CommlKBlonerB of Public Ijtnda, Intereiit ■ 

D. F. Conlln. moTing piano 

M. J. Cantwell. printing 

I>ane Co. Telephone Co., rental 

M. Dlederlch. mdife 

Dennlson Mfg. Co.. label* 

DePere Tablet Co., blue hooks 

Democrat Printing Co.. printing 

A. B. Dick Co.. mhnpograph suppllea .... 

Enreka Fire Hose Co.. flee hose 

Klcctrleal Supply Co., rndse 

Felix & Manton. mop hendn 

Kdward - scher Co., Ink and paste 

Oould, Wells & Blnckhnrn Co., mdae 

Ooodvenr Rubber Co.. mat 

Phillip OroBH Hardware Co., hardware .. 

nimbel Bro"., cork carpet 

Grimtn t Ron, binding 

Aug. Oast Bank Note Co.. rubber bands . 
A W. Tresfller. refund eipenffi'a paid. H. 
A. B. Hohlfeld, refund expeuseH paid, H. 



era x . 

1 00 . 
lis 82 . 



Di;;-izp.i::y^iUUV 



University of Wisconsin. 



Detail of Disburse fruints, 1901-1902. 



C. p. Smith, refund eipcimps paid. H. 8 

Geo. C. Comstock. rpfund Mp^nspB paEd. II. S. .., 

C. H. HHiklDi. rcrDDcl EiitpDHps paid. II. & 

L. Kablenberit. n>fnnd pipcniivg pnlil. II. m 

E. B .ShInnN. rpfnnd pxih-iuvb pnld. H. 8 

O. G. Llbhy, refand exppnnpH pnld. H. 8 

W. G. Bleyer. rpfunil Fipenwii imld, H. S 

G. C. ¥\Bke. retaoA p^jpenwa paid. II. S 

r. A. Tan Velrer. refund expeiweB pnld, II. R 

W. B. Cnlrna. refund Pipenoes imld. H. 8. 

B. II. Meyer, refnnd cipenspit paid. H. 8 

U. 8. Slanebter. refund cipeaiwB paid, U. B 

L. Vf. Dnwllng. refund expimscn paid, II. S 

C. H. Fluke, refund ex|ient*B palif. II. S 

J. W. Stenrni. refand eipenRM paid. II. 8- .■ 

rt'. A. Srolt. refund eipenees pnld, H. a 

M. T. O'Shen. refund eipenaen paid. H. 8 

R, A. Harper, refund eipenKPH paid, II. B 

Pant S. Relnseb. refand eipeDsen paid. H, 8 

Ernst VosB. refund eippiigea pnld. H. 8 

A. R. Iloblfeld. movlnfC to WlKcOnHln 

IIInricliB Dry Ooods Co.. mdae. 

Kull A Hammond, clean raitfi. etc 
olllster I'harmiicr Co., mdae 

Peter Hjland. patterns 

H. J. M. Howard, Are hone , 

J. T. W. Jennlnio', pt. neet. Supl. Areht., etc. ... 

Adam Klein, brooms .S 

Chas. B. Krune HentlnK Co., boiler coDtraet 

Jbb. E. Moaelpy. mdae 

Irrln;; Mntrhler. refund expenses paid 

W. J. Meltier. plumblnit 

Edgar A. Murray, roachlne 

A. A. Mayers, mdse 

Menrea Tharnincy. mdae 

New York Store, ttidse 

Par roll military hand 

H. Xledeehen ft Co.. Htnllonerv 

Northern Tisane Paper Co.. toilet paper 

Harlow 8. Ott. mdae 

T,. J. PIckarlB Co.. mdse 

W. J. Park Co.. mdne 

Chas. 8. Hllchter. aupt. of athlellcs 

Aae. Bchelhel, hardware 

Bnmner &, Morris, hardware 

Bdw. Sumner & Son, mdse 

Tracy, Glhhs ft Co., prlntlntc 

Cbas. 8. Sllehter, refnnd eipense athletic conferei 
r. 8. Fldelley & Gnarnntee Co.. prem. alcohol bi 

Wiaeonsin Telephone Co.. rentals 

Wyckotr. eeeman* ft Benedict, repairing maehlne 

F. 8. Webster, typewriter aappHes , 

WIedenbeek. J>oeb1ln ft Co., hardware 

Secretary Board of ReicentK, frelsht and express, 

ROADS AND GROUNDS, 

•r.ohoi' pay roll, tnhor nnd abnp work 

R. a. Andernon. ranchlnlHt 

W. Albem. annd 

Blled. DnFrenne ft Sebnelder. hardware 

F. J. Berry A Co., horiie 

Barbee Wire A Iron Worka. wire for fence 

CorrVs Grocery, mdae 

C. F. Cooler, pipe 

City of Madison, mneadam ...., 

W, I,. Carlyle. eipenaea 

Chna. Carman, shoeing 

Doyon ft Rnvne Lumber Co.. lumber 

P. -T. Dlepold. blarkumlth work 

M. DIederlPb, mdse 

C. M. DenKler. lettering 

.A. Dickinson, ffrass seed 

A. D. ft J. V. Frederick son, Inmber 

L. B. Gilbert, cement sidewalk 



17 10 , 
32 96 . 
14 28 . 



S IB . 
a 37 . 
17 « . 



nn I... 

13 72 I... 
SJOOO!... 



_.uo^le 



Kepoht of tub Buabd of Regents. 



\ 



-J^V 



Univeraiiy of Wisconsin. 



J. r. Harbach, repair Imrness . 
Hoinster"s I'hnrmacy, mdw. .. 

John U. HnjPB. stiwIiiK 

ItlBQcbard Ilnrper. pttoto 

KldK & WaJker Cn.. i-antingH . 



iniilns 

lllpr-l'i 



Uadlsott Saddlpry Cn., li 
Wm. OwetiB. plnmblnK .. 
StepbcnSDH & StaAva 



Wtcd^Dtieck. Dobrrlln A Co.. hardware .... 

WIscodbId Wagon Co.. dray wagon 

Secretary Board of IlegeDta, freight and f 



nf ... 

■^HtlT 



Cfeo. ChiiL loner' H Sons. hnluD 
Doynn &, Itaynp Liiinlier V.o. 
FUertrlcai tfnpplr Co., clccti 
A. D. A J. V. PrcderlckHon, i 

A. A. May-im, udae 

Nortbprn Klpctrlcnl Supply 
I'ollard & Taber Co.. paliitini 
Tuttic & Bailey Mfg. Co.. r- -^ 
WledeDbeuk. Dobclln & Co. 



KNGiNEERlNO BUILDING. 
P. F. IlarlotT, balanoe contract wiring 

AGBIUULTUllAL COI.LKUK BII1,I>1NG 
T. C. McCarthy, account contract 

STATE H18TOKICAI, SOCIUTI' itV WlS<:n 
Acconiit joint nae of Library building. 



.IBRABY FUND. 



SCHOOL OP ECONOMICS 

A. BrockhnuB, bookg 

rry Falkenau. hook 

C. McCi'icg & Co.. books 



SCHOOL OF COMMKRCB LIBBAHY ITND. 

t. BrnckhauB. hooks 

PEo Harding, hooka 

iiR Knblmnn, hook 

'. McCliirjE ft Co.. books 

'. freight and pxpreRH 



WM. F. ALLEN GBADIIATE S 



JOHN C. FBKEMAN GnADIATR RrHOLABSIIIP. 
pachael ^, Kolacy. old 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



V ISCONSIN. 



Detail of Disbursements, 1901-1902. 



ADGU8T UIULEIN FRLLOWSHIP. 



SHEBOYGAN I 

T. H. Are-LalleiDBiid, i 



Iltl> IN* UKtl- 



.. B. WoKeoMii, aid . 



I.LER SCIIOI.AItttllll'. 



Bentaro Kantlraml. oM 

MILWArKRE BIK'IAI. SET 
B. H. HIbbara. aid 



I.EJIKNT FELLOWSHIP. 



AMELIA E. II. nOYON SCII0I.AIEH1II PS. 



Accrued Interest on morttinee iHrngbt .. 

PF.NNOYER 
Roaa M. Pnrdoe, aid 



rht 



JOHXKON BNn()WMF,>'T VV 
WcRterioiaril 



irlKaiiP bon^ht f 



rhrlstlun GrHlT, nld .. 

OlP J. P-egnm. aid 

Rpiijaintn A. Pniml, aid 

Jowph G. HolI.T. nld 

GaHtare Andrrxon. aid 

Peter O, Andomnn. aid 

ReilDHld A, NpRton. aid 

Olaf Lnnemard, aid 

B. P, RUpj, areoont -iDtereat on i 

G. Grlnio ' 'ic 'Scin.'iiiank book! WW.'. 



JACKSON BEIJl'EST IXTKUKST. 

J. H. CarpcnlfT. Jarkaon ProffaiwrKlilii of Im-w 

LEWIS PRIZE Fi:Nr> (TSTRUEST). 
Prank W. BnckllD 

HENRIK WERGEI,AND PCnOLARBHIP FT'X 
fi. B. Stechert. iKKiku 



STSOE , 



JiEPOKT Of THE BoAm> OV ItEQENTS, 



Universitij of \Viscormn. 



3 FRIZK FV.ND. 



JOHNSON ENDOWMENT FIND . 
I. DarldHDn, TreaB.. inircbHHc MK'oy murtgiigv. . . 

LNITKD STATES HOII. TUBES. 



tttrrHaty Bnard of Iti-Rpnts, fri-Ight nuil t 
BILLS fAYABLE. 



I' from Tnwt 



tllTl 

iso.moo) 



Pd.yGoogIe 



APPENDIX B. 



Detail of University Pay Rolls* 
Detail of Farm and Olflce Pay Roll, 
Detail of Milk Pay Roll. 



,d,Google 



Eepokt of tub Board op Keoekts, 
Detail of Umversity Pay RoU, 1900-1901. 

UNIVERSITY PAY EOLL, 1900-1901, 
$35,133.10. 

DETAIL. 

To whom paid and for what purpose. 



i. H. KWer, Janitor Science Hall 

WilllB Morw. Janitor UnlvcraEty Hall 

Wm. Post, Janitor Chadhonrno Hull .., 

8»ndpr» Thoropson. Janitor Cliriulral Lahoratorf 

John nickey, Janitor Kymnnafuni 

Frank l^vln, Zd Janitor jtynmaaliiui 

T. C. Hoc. Janitor I.lbrarj- Hall 

John DocsctKr. Janitor Ol>Rcrvn(ary and care rlara bell 

Henrj'ecboflelilVjUitor Norih'Vlaii '!;;'!! ^"!.'";.'"!!^!!! 

J. J. Qaan. Jsnltur Law Bide, mid Library Hall 

John Conobati. Janitor macblne Ktiopa 

John C. Babci>oli. Janitor EnxIneerlnK BldE. 

W, M. SlDHll, JflQitor Stcnm Ijiliorotory 

A. R. Hargrnvc. janitor Elertrlonl Laboratory 

E. H. Warner, elevator man Chadbourne Hall 

Walter Leonard, Janitor UnlTerBlly Library 

E. Anderson. 2d Janitor rhemlcal I^iahoratory 

Mike Nolan, walcbman groundB and bulldlDRH 

Mabel Randolph, stenOKraphfr and aaRl. i^hool rnnmcrif 
Mory A. Olen, clerk and atenographer Unlreralty citen- 

Fannie O, Sanford. atcnoRrapher to dean of letters ancl 

Bclence 

Jesfile TTpfleld. BtPnoitrapher prcaldent'a office 

Florence Dneicett. eteno([ra|>ner Collep; Ennlneerlng 

Zana K. Miller, stenonrapher rcBonfa office 

Kathcrlne Spencer, nfenoirrnpher reimit'H office 

Cora Comptcn. alpnograplier School Educntfon 

Arllne GroTcr. stenocrapher School of Econonifca 

Kathryn O'Mallcy. afenofrrsphcr rejtent'a offlee 

W. A. Cainpman, etmlcnt clerk rnllejte of I^w 

I.eH!le Bonl, chief clerk recenfa office 

Oeo. B. Hprrlok, accountant regent's office 

fllen CorlK tnesacncer regent's office 

Albert Ha ten, meaacnger regent 'a office 

Ward Huret, mesRfneer n^genfa office 

Oeo. Leonnrd. messenger rcgenfa office 

Roy Mnsscr, messenger prcsldPiiCa office 

P, C. Hitchcock, dispensing clerk School Pharmacy 

^Ia^y E. Plckartu, niiialc ladles' gymnaalnm 

Anna Lewla, bell Rlrl Tbadlioanie Hall 

Mal>el Ashard. bell eirt rhadliourne Hall 

(icrald Scbmelzcr, foreman gnninds 

John Bolit. teamHler on gninnda 

Itarold Cook, page at Library 

Tom Ellla, engineer at central plant 

J, K. Mcrnrthy, engineer at central plant 

Wm Walker, asst. engineer iind fireman central plant, 

Peter Conner, flreman centra! plant 

E. Momchhanaer, fireman central plant 

Wni, Crowley, fireman central plant 

Sam Wllkle, flreman central plant 

S. E. aanflhcrg. Bteam fltler 

John Johnnon. helper ateam Otter 

Andrew Thompson, electrician 















































































































































































































ssooo 


::::::::;::;:: 



Di;;-izp.i::y^iUUV 



UNlVBKSITy OF WlSCONSlH. 



Detail of University Pay Roll, 1900-1901. 



Job. E. Jndd, awt. electrlclnn 

Irrlnx Muicbler, chief enrpcnter 

Sainiiel GrleH, carpeoter 

Carl RodlnBd. carpenter 

D, C. TliTull. fiiri«nter 

W. H. Mclmosb. inrpcoter 

(!arl Mntcbler. furpeoter nnd draiigbtsiiiiiD 

W. I. Uaslem, carpeuler 

F, A, Cliaiubvrlalu, enrpenter 

N. L. Hprd. carpGDter 

Koy Gylea. carpenter 

Dan Greeu, carpenlet 

N. Mead, carpenter 

L. Wolf, carpenter 

Jeaae Longfleld, carpenter 

W. H, Taylor, carpenter 

<:, E. Pape, carpenter 

F. lionjfleiii. carpenter 

K. D, Tlrrell. carpenter 

Violet Slack, berharliim work 

W. A. Lee. entbrupometrlc clerk 

llcnry Kntlscb. macblnlat 

H. Wullner. painter 

(). Anileraon. laborer 

A. I. Anderson, atnilent murblnlBt 

J. H. Allen, atndent macblnlst 

B. S. Anderacn, Btudent machlnlBt 

Wm. Albert, sand 

E. W, Allen, malllne circulars summer session 

I., Atherton. cultecllng addresses for Bunimer session 

li. F. Anderson, student clerk at Observatory 

J. C. Bncey, ciLre of Camp Randall Atb. field 

Ivan Bull, morlni; Steam Laboratory 

~ Mrs. M. Bnrke. charwoman 

Mary Besslnger. charwoman 

M. A. Buchanan, cbarwomnn 

Ida Brown, cbarwomnn 

L. C. Burk, Etndrnt osMstant In Library 

li. BoulchpusG and team, labor .-. 

Mro. Barry, cbarwoman 

A. Brown, charwoman 

J. W. Belling. Htndpnt machinist , 

J. Bobren, painter 

J. Ball, lalmrer 

J. F. BentB. laborer 

H. E. Balky, student carpenter 

B. 9. Onieiple. slu.lent carpenter 

J. Cadby, student Janitor 

H. A. Cook, slodent jpnitor 

J. D. Conohan. tool room hoy at shop 

Hester CoiWIugton, eatalogiier 

Mary Caffery. charwoman 

Mrs. O, Coinstock. oharworoon 

E. J. Conohan, machinist 

J. R. CoriT. carpenter 

D. P. Conlln, moving plnnos 

M, J. Carboy, work In foundry 

Cook Bros., setting ont planls 

n. W. Cnnnlnehuin. labor 

Mrs. Minnie 'Dan lei IH. charwoman , 

Mrs, Mary Denz:>. charwoman 

Mary Doyle, cbnrwoman 

Viva Doyle, charwoman 

W. Drew, cleaning guns 

John Doescher. bell system In EnglDPcrlng BIdg. 

C. M. Derlng. stndent machinist 

P. H. Dernbel, student Janitor 

F. M. Dodson. address Summer Semton Clr 

Mrs. J. Erickson. address Summer Sesalou Clr. 

C. L. Eustlit. setting out ptonts 

Mrs. L. Edwards mailing eotaloguea 

(}. A. Fox. mailing catalogues 

G. Fay, laborer 

W. H.'FoltB. laborer 

T. Gillespie, .laborer 

R. Oreenwald, laborer 



mm 




































































































133 20 








































































































15 85 
















































































ZRsn 





•^ve)0<^le 



THE BOABD OF RegKNTS. 



Detail of Unhemty Pay Roll, 1900-1901. 



II. (iri'lKM-i', atudeiit marh 
llf Hari^ustou, ctiurwouiBu 
Knwlt-y. i-nnrwamiiii 



. . . i-liarwomKa 

AiikdkU Uaak. <'barwoiuau 

H. V. HowliDd. Htiidi'nt J»Dltnr 

K. L. lIHndet. RliHleiK Jnurior 

V. K. Ilnno. iitudpnt miK'hlalitt 

a F. J(>nKlQB. laborer 

H. (J. KlIW. "tudpnt maphlnlHt 

A. <\ King, HtHilcnt luachlDlRt 

M^ Kelley, charwoman ,,^.,..^,,-^^,.-,--.^^. 

Paul Krniioiunn, pnrpeutpr 

W. M. KliigHloD. stnd^nt mnrhlnlM 

Kriigcr. y. K.. Mudrnt marhlnlRt 

otto KnrlHTg, r«rf nf tool room 

R, E. Knntr. i-liaii|tlufl ('omlilnnllnus at g, 

Mm. Iiponaril. waalilnit towelH 

Jim. T.iiUnK. rhar wonian 

A. (i, iJniKt-nharh. 8tn<l>>nt mnrhliitiil ... 

Jop Link. InKorer 

Mm, I.RVlD. ('bnrn'oninii 

Wanl IJiicniD. flrpmnri 

It. iJiw. lalMrrr 

J. I.HW. latiorpr 

Atvlii MfprK. mnvIiiK stcnm lalinnitorj . 

W. P. Marx, laborpr Id targe room 

Mrc A. Murpby, ohariromaii 

B. MahoDi-v. chnrw— 
W. Mi-Kenny, lalwl 
Mary ^rcCioirnii -' 

Mary UrCann, _ 

B. B. Ui-CnnnNI, lalioi 

II. B. Morrow. Btnilmt madilnlBt 

<1, K. Mi-Evov. i-hnrt work 

I,. H. McCnrthy. clerk of Moiil Coiirl ... 

T, Marvin, t>liiiptit ninelilnlHt 

M. J. Mniwer. lint of a<lilri>aM>H 

F. B. Maridiall, aililrewluK euyelnpex .... 

W. J. Mntt. Rlnileiit Jnnltnr 

Katp Nnlan. elianroiuan 

It. R. Nnrtli. 4lla|>eniilnK clerk In ptmrinar 

Mm. Ij. retereoii. chanvnnian 

n. T, PlPinl", Htnilent Jimltor 

(IM>. A.. Perbam. Htnilent Janitor 

0. A, Poller. addreaalnK enTcl«|>eR 

Bnwe. W. R.. altident inichlntat 

Mntt Ri>ninieiannKer, reiuilr Iraat 

II, itnndniD. laliorer 

Kntc Byan. cbanvnmnn 

a. KamnnRKen, painter 

1. I>, I^lwell. atnil<>nt nmelilnlat 

liiiiT ReeHe, diamlier maid ClindlHiurne II 

Mm. A. Itmnela. ebHrwiiinan 

M. KotiertH. cbarwomnn 

11, Kynii. cbarwoninu -.■-■■■ 

Kmma Roemer. wirlnR at Oliadlmurne lid 

J. W, Rhmlea. pnlnter 

F. Bowler. lalKirer 

B. n. RlehnrdBon. atuilent Janitor 

Jail. Sbliip. utodeut lUHi-hlnlHt 

Jne Sipl.lienii. studpiit clerk nt id>»ervBtory 
Tlllle Snyder, work ou nUnunl t 
Snpblc «ntb 



M. 

MiT. 



i-hnr woman 













































































































































f^n 
























































































































































3« 

IK 









Di;;-izp(i::y^iUUV 



Detail of i'nireisity Pa;/ Roll, 1900-1901. 

Geo. StBDon'. painter I 608]. 

D. B. Swlnglp. Mtudeiit Jniiltor I « 30 !., 

T. Slegel, Dtudent Janitor 1 16 80 1.. 

Mary ijwaln. muKir Udlrh' syiuniitdnui GOO;.. 

M. Starr, laburpr , 9 Z5 

E. R »kewM luluivr ...| ZD 2o 

F. SchumiD. lahorer I 4 GO 

J. r. Toffslail. Htmlent uini-Illnlxt «3 75 

Uary Towt, rbniWDiuaii I 73 88 

A. TaiirbMi. rharwoinan 76 TJ 

EllubPtb TbDiupson. rhHrn-unuiD i 3 GO 

L. A. WIUIamH, Ktndpiit uiHi-lilnbit 70 GO 

II. L. WblttFinorp. Htndi-nt lunchluliit IG 28 

R. WIlllauiiiDU. lariouT i 18 GO 

It. C. WolR. op>-ra(Ins nad carp lantirii 39 60 

M. E. YagLT. ntudPUl nsRlBlDnt al I.lhrary 40 46 



Pd.yGoogIe 



136 liEl'ORT OV THE BoAKD OF ReQENTS. 



Detail of Univemty Pay Roll, 1901-1902. 



ViilYV.RSIVY PAY ROLL, lflOl-1902, 
$27,524.72. 



DBTAn,. 

To whom paid and for what purpoee. 



(). Ansllniter. lalmn-r , 

J. M. Alleii BtQilput nuchlnlHt 

Oeo. F. AnderBoD, Herk at Olwcrvatory 

- Urn. AlsbPliDpr. rbarwniuau 

MrIwI Aflhard, Ivll KirL, Chndliourue Hnll 

rail M. Audpnoii. pleclrlflou 

John W. Bell'iDg. iitndent mavMniu'l'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

W. E. BrowD, work on rsuse polM 

Belle Bouiher, charwoman 

James C. Ball, laborer 

E. S. Burnett, student nuchlDlBt 

Jobn P. Bntler, janitor, phemli-ol laburatory 

Wm. R Browu, Btndent aiacblalst 

John IlaphH, drayman 

John Kulti, trnniater 

J. C Babcnck. Janitor KngUiecrlns BIiIk 

Iimllo Biird. i>hW clprk Ueiti-iitH' offld- 

Fred Cbniuberlala, carpentpr 

U Bniikbaiii), teamati-r 

Ida Comstofk. charwuman 

Wm. Crowley. Hremaii Central I'lant 

J. N. L'adbT. Btudent iiiai-blulat 

Frank ('hech. helplnit iiteam Utter 

Herbert L, Cook, student Janitor B1. Ijili 

H. A. Cook, oolle<'tlng Innecta 

feter Connor, flreuun Central Plant 

Harold J. Cook, page, Library 

Jobn Conobau. Janitor, machine ahop 

Cora Conipton, stenograpber, 8eb. Eldncatlon 

M. CotnMock, charwoman 

W. A. Campman, atudeiit elerk, Coli Law 

I.. Couk, lalHirer 

L. Campbell. Htadeut Janitor, Boleore Hall ..^ 

M. CafTrey. charwoman 

II. W. Uow. student machlnlat 

Walter Drew, rleanlng arnw 

Hugo Ouhr. carpenter 

Kate Daggett, clinrwoniau 

L. A. Dunawer, a ddreaalng envelopes , 

Minnie Danlella. charwoman 

Uary Doyle, charwuman 

Ida Brown, charwoman 

11. E. BaTley. carpenter, atiident machlnlat 

J. C. Biicey, care Camp Itandnll 

Florence naggiilt, atennitrapher. College of Eoslneerlng 
John IloeRcher. Jaultar OhAervatory. and class bell l'~- 

(!. C. Denii. slndent Janitor 

Minnie EHchenhaeh. steniiKraplier. Sch. Ed., O'Bbea. 

D. J. Evans, stndent mnchlnlxt 

TbomaB BlIlH. eniclnepr Central I'lant 

.M^.' Kogerly," chHrwr.mflll"'!!!:!!!!!!N."M "!,""! "I.'^!i 
C. FnsH. laborer 



i j-^ioo'^le 



University or Wibconsin. 



Detail of University Pm/ Roll, 1901-190$. 



IJiile KeeleT. chnrwomnn 

Jobn Fay, labotei' 

W. FUber, laborer 

A. r, Forrester, Hlud 

Mm. Flpld, charn-omi. 

li. V. lirlBwiild, student Htenograpker, Prof. Turoer. 

V. H. CirleHBeo. atudeat macurulst :.. 

W. (toddlng. mason 

II. Gresea, mason 

R. Gyles, laborer 

Arlene GroTer, et«nagra|ilivr, Scb. Sconomlca 

Sninnel Gyles, carpenter 

F. GnddlLe, cbarwoman 

Xeltle Garwood, cbarwoman 

Man' A. Glen, stenogrspber and clerk, 8cb. EducatliHi 

E. a amisple, carpenter, student laborer 

M™. HlDEle, oharwoman ..." 

O. T. Halverson. stndent maehlnlat 

Wm. Hammfrsly. cure Camp Randall 

Joale HanitaD. stndent liell girl 

r. W. HeJ.la, student nincfilnlat 

II. C Hoeltett. Rteuosrapber. 8cb. of Hlittnry 

IjIieIp Hank, ehar wonuin 

Mrs. Frances HleRtand. addreroinK clrculara 

Valentine Herrleln. lalwrer 

11. r. Howland. studnit help. Pbyslml LalMH*torj-. . 

A. R. Ilargravp, Janitor. Blectrlc Laboratory 

John Hli'key, Janitor Armory 

M. E. Jahr, student laborer 

Henrietta Jacobson, wrapping Bndfter i'barroaclst — 
John Johnaon, asst, itenm Utter 

Nora Jarvla, cbarwojnan 

J. Kempf, laborer 

Olio E. Knrberg, tool room boy 

Henry Krutseb, mncblnlst 

Anna I^wls, ht-11 girl CbadI>ourne Ilnll 

John Link, painter 

Mrs. Anna Leonard, washing towels 

Walter Leonard. Janitor Unlverslly Library 

George Leonard, messenger regents' otflce 

Wm. A. I.ee. antbrop. clerk 

M. I.enl)erger, cbn rwoman 

M, Luek. eharwaman 

Joseph Link, laborer grounds 

J. C. McKesBun. rvading ex. papers for Dean Bryant 

Archie Myers, carpenter 

Mrs. C Meeban. charwoman 

W. F. Mani, helper forge room 

V. UcMulIen. student machinist 

V. C. Marvin, student machinist 

Geo. E. McEto;, chart work Pror. O'Bhea 

George Morgan. Bremaa 

Henry MIchsells. student Janitor 

Marr Murphy, charwoman 

.V Merrltt. laborer 

P. B. Marshall, clerk at Observatory 

11, C. MrMlllau. stndent machinist 

R. B. Meronnell. laborer and teamster grounds 

Mrs. McG,')«'an. cbarn-nman 

Ell*alieth Mahoney. charwoman 

Walter H. Mcintosh, carpenter 

Irving Mutrhler, eblef carpenter 

J. B. McCarthy, engineer 

A. Murpby. charwoman 

Roy Hnsser. memienger president's office 

George B, Merrick, accountant regents* office 

Bmst MoFHchauser. Janitor Chemical Laboratory 

Willis Morse. Janitor TInlversltr Hall 

Carl Mutehler. draughting 

Paul Nedelplf. student electrician 

H. B, North, Phnrmncy dispensing clerk 

Gertrude Nutting, library work at OhBPr\'atory 

R, Numraerdor, carpertter 







































































































































































































































































































1 56 





Iry^^-OOl^Ie 



Rkpoht of the Boaed of Regents, 



Detail of University Pay Roll, 1901-1902. 



Kate N'olaii, chnrwomnn 

UAgnuii Xelaou. eEcrator ntt^udaal Cbiiil1)ouriie UtilE 

M. Nolan, ulslit wati-h 

T. U'<T»nu.'ll. flreuiaii 

Klliabcth 0'i:«ueblla, night watch CbadboDrne Hall.... 

Kathryn O'Haller, steuogrBpher Dr. Tncnec 

Ellen O'Brleu. ctarwoinan 

W. N. Perry Mndpnt Jonltui 

Tlim. PrliwlK)'. lendlnit ex. luper* for Utan Brynut 

C. K. pHpe, purpiiiter 

Oeo. A. ['•^rbam, Hladcnt JnultuT ., 

Win. Pout. Janltiir Chadbourne Hall 

Mary K. Plckartx, ptaniM Chadbourne llhll 

(). A. Perrliie. Htudeiit.ianJIor ^ 

W. W. Paimack. lirauitfillilE: 

Mm. rarsons. charwamna 

A. J. Ijalgley. Mudent inachlulat 

J. ,1. Qnai, Janllor L.iw BiiUdlng 

U. D. Klrh^rdFioD. Btud?n[ Janitor Bl. Lab 

I.. L. Ituiv^. aludoDt luachliilBt 

II. RaDdum. labotor 

(}. KaBDiuMien. pointer and laborer 

v.. UyHD, L-harwonuin 

Frank Baniadale, Janitor 

Mrs. J. C. Ryan, eharwomau 

M. Holierta, charwoman 

L. D. Rowdl, KtudeDt maohlnlst 

Mary Ityan, eharwotnan 

Lucy Ree^c, chambermaid <'hadbouriie Hall 

Kate Kyan. ebarwomnn 

Carl Rodlund, cari'i*"''^'' 

Mabel Randolph, stenoariipher and aast. Scb. Conimerci 

E. Roemer. aewlnK glrf 

J. n. Hider, Janitor Science Hall 

V. I. RofM, Janitor (>ym 

N. E. Smith, atenrgrapher Sch. Ed 

Ii. Schmidt, atndent inuchlulst 

J. Streber, laborer 

Mm. O. Sbubert. tbarwoman 

J. Sehlrluirer, laborer - ■ 

M. Starr, laborer 

Walter Stock, machlnlat 

A. Steffen, Janitor Elpi-. Lab 

Mary ]l. Sh-bId. managing glrla' athletlCH 

O. B. Stm-enii. carpenter "- 

Aug. Smith, cleaning anas 

Steve C. StQDtz, Indexing bulletin, nilng cards 

Violet Slack, herbarium work 

Tlllle L. Snj-dcr. recorj and CBtoloK work 

8. K. Sandlierg, ateam titter 

v., Rcbmllt charwoman 

Henry ScboBeld, Janitor North Ilell 

(1. Schmelxer, (uremnn groundu 

Kalberlne Spencer, atuiiograpber regenlii' oflice 

Fannie U. Snufonl, ntenngraplier to Dean T> & <^^ 

William M. Small. Janitor Steam I,oli 

J, Kebmelier. laborer "- 

P. Sehnuim. laborer 

L. Swoln, charwoman 

W. V, Tubcalng, chart work Prof. O'Shcn 

Ii II. Turner. Btudeut clerk 

It. IL Tltnn. student, proof reading 

Mm. A. Tanchcu. charwoman 

t>. t'.'Tlrrill. carpenter 

E. D. Tirrltl, carpenter 

H. Thompson, charwoman 

Uary Towr. charwomnn 

Andrew ThompBon. electrician 

Robert J. i:*her. atuilent help. Library 

je'iwie IJpfleM. atenograpber prcalrtent's office 

V (' V Voight. n-ndliig ex. papem tor Dean Bryant... 

A. a. Worthinprton. clerk Olwn-ntory 

L. Woolever. Inboror 

Henry ('. Wolft, lantern work 











































































•1!? 



































































































































































































































rizpd.yCoO'^lc 



TJsivEEsiTY OF Wisconsin, 



Deiuil of Universily Fay UoU, 1901-1902. 

Ma? L. Wbltp, readlDK tn^o' >luiaii1 cnlalog 1 IS «G . 

Kumiii'l Wllkle. fln>iiian I 188 M 

K. a. Warapr. palntfr M5 57 

K. 1'. WIliioD. rpsdlng fx. pup^ro far Denn Bryant | 10 00 . 

A. WediTiniPrer. Htuilput maotiliilat 1 " " 

Jnhn WI]w>D, studi'ul nuirblnlst I 

Hpb« Warrpn. rhnnvonma I 1 

(Jenrup Wllliamn. atnilpnt. et^unKraplipr Prof. Tumpr I 

II. L. WhittpiDorp. mudpnt marliiaitil I 1 

1IPIII7 Wullnpr. [inlntpr I gg 13 . 

Wm. Watkpr. amlhtant pngln^r I *B0 OO . 

M. R, YaKT, Bturtfrnt help at LlUrBry | 65 3§ . 

J. G. Zlmmprtaan. angembllng eqnallipr ' I' ~~ 



,d,Google 



Report op the Boaed of Beqisick. 



Detail of Farm and Office Fay Roll, 190(hl90J. 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 1900-1901.' ■ 

Item, "Farm and Office Pay Roll, Clerks, Janitors, Laborers, 
etc.," $16,015.78. 



To whom paid and for wliat purpose. 



'I AuderSD 



, iabbr 






Fl«d Aaatnoj-pr. rtpalr (i>cd grlpder 

t). II. Benkendort. care uuinp at cheese ro 

L. BoukhauK, laborer wllh team 

J, O. Bell, BendlDg nut beet Bee<l 

E. Bodemls, addresBlng clrculara, etc. 

Mnr Burrowbrldge, mailing clerk 

D. O. BeecrotC, IlbrarlBQ and stcDOgropber 

A. BrlDkmnn, monCIi band uo farm 

B. M. Bates, da^ hand on farm 

H. Blankenbelm, catching cureuHo 

B. M. Clone, librarian and Hteaographer . 

B. Curlyle, usalstant shepherd 

J. CroDkbite, labor and ulght flreuan 

C. t'. Cheuey, asst. Uort. Dept 

W. B. Cartwrlght, (arm laborer 

" '. Chrlnlonsen, faFtu laborer 



3. E. Donnelly; i 

Mrs. H. Doyle, cbanvomDii 

1*. A. Dutleth, teBtlug cows 

B. Eblman. drawing for short coarse exhibit ■ 

M, J. Fairbanks, asst. herdsman 

L. B. Fish, laborer at farm 

Henry Freltag, laborer at (arm 

M. Freng, laborer »[ form 

J. A. Ford, janitor and nsst. Hort. Dept 

B, M. Glllelt. engineer central beating plant . 

Gugle and Frish, IhreihlnK 

Bteplien Gllmsn. Jr., chore boy 

J. H. Godfrey, tiultermaker 

M. Oul -— "--' 



Ida IIer(nrth, < 
J as. Hutton. t 
fieo. Hutton, teamster . 



.. Bults, etc. 

H. R. Hitchcock, asst. shepherd 

W. B. Holcomb. laborer at (arm 

n. T. Harris, official milk testa 

A. J, Hoffman, cnlching pnrealio 

Jbb. Hopkins, trimming ptiim trees 

A. Haass, cheese losps 

B. M. Henwood, bookkeeper at dairy ............. 

Mrs. F. Hoefer. washing dishes (armera' picnic . 

A. Isaacson, teamster 

M. A. Janes, mason worii 

H II. Jeblns. catching cnrcuUo 

Rlcliard Jenkins, laborer 

John Jonea, Innltor Sontli Hall 

Wm, Keyesi laborer 



(184 43 

M72 



University op Wiscoksik. 



DetaU of Farm and Office Pay Roll, 1900-1901. 



A. F. Kreager. dar flrcDun boiler bouse ... 

A. C. Kind. draftlDg and loaterlnl 

W. K. Klrkham, hprper nt rreamery 

Clarence KIqk, trimming plum tree» 

Frank Kleinhelnze, ah«|ihcrd 

Geo. D. Little, iierdHnuin 

Ij. M, Lehrbach, helper 

A. LavreDce. carpenter 

Bert Martin, laborer at farm 

L. P. Marteoey. oOldel mllli test 

Jou Matthews, laborer at farm 

C. B. Mayer, drafting 

Jaa, MUward. laborer 

Rotlleb Moeblelsen, laborer, feuelng 

M. Moran. laborer 

G, W. Mortimer, laborer 

, JesBle Monteltb. tnalllne elerk 

Mark MeClure. laborer 

T. F. MnConnell, elerk 

F. W. MeRae. asst. hGrdaman 

Pan] Nedrllir. laborer 

John NtcbolBon. student aunt, Bnpt. Lull. ... 

rhas. A, NleolBuB. offlelnl milk teat 

Theo. Nix, lalHirer nt farm , 

JobD Kolari, laborer at fHrm 

O. A. Olson. oWclal milk test .md cnrcnllo .. 

Chan. Overden. helper 

Oscar Otterson. tenmnter , 

A. Pacberlns, BBat. lierdamaA 

J. fatterson, laborer 

Mra. 1,. Peterson, eleanlng hulldlng 

R. PostoD, foremao at farm 

R. A. Powell, hookheepeT at errmnery 

O. L, Preln. mllklce 

Katharine Purrall. mailing elerk 

Adelaide RiDder. mailing elerk 

ThoB, Rellly, Inbover at farm 

Fred Rogers, laborer at farm 

Perey Saela. laborer at farm 

F. Sehroeder. laborer at farm 

Henry Rnyder, laborer at farm 

Byron St. Peters, laborer at farm 

John Smith, farmer 

C. G.' Starke, asut. herdsman 

T>. A. Smith. isHt. herdsman 

R. L. Smith, bnttermaker 

J. E. Scott, pasteurlier 

Herman StelTen. dell very n 

H. Sandell. asat. Agrl. Ph 

Anna Schmelaer, laundresn 

Martin Sehallenberg. fireman 

Oeoree D. Sprague, mailing clerk 

R. H. Rliaw. refund eipenscH paid 

ThOB. SkewlB, belper 

E. B. Skewia. helper 

H. Sardner. sending out beet seed ..... 

Frank Schraelier. eatehlng eureullo 

Ben Scbmelier, eatehlng enreullo 

Cbas. Stangel, filling eertlfleatea ^.... 

John Tlemoy. mason belppr 

S*ena Troan, mailing Herk 

Mrs. A. Taiiehen, rlrnulag bnllding 

M. Thomp'wn, milking 

W. R. Thompson, laborer at fnrm 

fipo. Vernon, lalioi-pr iit farm 

W. Verlheln. pasteurizer 

Jeaijle C. Vllns. aiTilresHlng envelopes 

\V. W. Wiilte. student Jnnllor Ba^t. I.ab. . 

J, M. Wagner, official milk tests 

Mark A. Wella. mason work and "utttng wc 

<leo. "Wlllett. laborer 

n. L. Wrieht. drafting 

Mrs, H. Welsh, cleaning bnllding 






7M 





























































































































3S9<» 

46 87 










4? IS 














































































































325 00 




























S7G 





ogle 



142 Report of the Board op Regents. 



Detail of Farm apd Office Pay Itoll, 1901-1902. 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 1901-1902. 

Iteiiiv ''Farui and Office Pay Roll, ('lerks, Janitors, Laborers, 
etc.," $12,730.23.' 



DBTAII.. 

To whom paid and for what purpose. 





£!£ 
!$ 

70 00 

IGOOO 

IS 31 
114 00 

19170 
330 DO 
18 2E 
196 90 

=^ 

11 

184 a 

,K 

a»«o 
raooo 

193 4£ 
2E9 80 

ii 

em 

405 00 
80 00 








































































l.H.X'SS™;,'.;:::;;::;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;::;::::::::;:::: 


























































Ura. rhan. Henih-. w.iiihlni.' aulta. rIi- 






r t"- i"«"r?rvi!nTntii-ii.-t 










Jus. HopklnB. nsxt. Ilort. IK-pt 






























t'hiiB. John, iHliorpr 

Krank KIHolidnw. •h.-ph.r.l 























Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Uk'.veksity of Wisconsin. 



Detail of Farm and Office Pay Roll, 


1901-1902. 












1DSS6 
176 B3 

329 50 

G W 

1 3G40 

1201)0 
1 7000 








Jeeale MoDllcth, Iniilllag ekrk 






<?. H. Meller. iigst. Hort. DepI 






MartlQ Ueyen, helper nt creamerF 












; 6SO0 
1 1 « 




A. J. Mpyer, usst. fnrm crop d^pt. 










Mrs Jiarr McOonaii. .■"(.■auliig 




29060 

; IK BO 

!5 5S 

250 
14 C8 
















W. N. Pupclj, asal. Horl. Di-pt 

II. A. PhllllpB, laborer 

A. J. Qulglej'. 1.1ue prints 
















2700 

1 36000 

06M 

12 BO 

360 00 

3 24 
264 00 

116? 

3 75 
3 30 
66 81 

1!S 
























































V. Swahoda. mlliilDK 










Sena Tronn. mailing Pl"rk 
































































IBO 

ISO on 

116* 
260 70 
376 60 




























'"■=»=' 







,d,Google 



144 Report of the Boabd ok Regents. 



Detail of Milk Fay Roll, 1900-1901. 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 
$25,42L56. 

Detail of Milk Pay Roll for tho Year lftOO-1901. 



Cbai. Albrpcht 

Wm. a. All 

Wm. Alben 

F. W. Allls 

JudaoD BlliiarCI 

Spth Bartlctt 

Frapk BijBnt 

PreBton W. Brawn . 

Mike Sllse 

Carl C. Bakken 



L. C. Barthel . 
Almon G. Bell 
gBni Barry ... 
ThoB. Cur wen 

W. Colllna 

Eageoe Clapp ■ 



Capital City Creampry Co. . 

Kdward Backus ■■ 

Peter Defmar ".".'.'.'.'. ^ '.'.*.*.'.'. '.'.'.'. 

J. L. Davison 

Wllllain Data 

K. C. DcMJxe 

A. O. Bates 

Kiperlment Farm 

Chad. BaoermanD 

Klgln Cteaniery Co. 

A. K. FeiTla 

Ouii. FIsber 

Kd. Flaher 

Frank Frfich 

Audrew Friwb 

Blrhnrd anilagher 

Wm. Gogel 

R. p. Gallagher 

O. P. Good 

nallagber BroH. 

". F. Oallnsber 



Wm. L_ _ 

Jiihn Ralvin 

Mm. v. M. Grady .. 
it. fl. GnllOKber ... 



AngUBt HomherR — 

Young Hnllork 

Notley Ilenderaon ... 
E. C. HammerBloy . 



Jamea IlBRsMt .. 
Wm. Herrling .. 
George Hnnaon . 



















































































































































































































































26 92 
30 15 


:\:\:::.m^ 



Univbbsity of Wiscossm. 



Detail of Milk Pay Roll, 1900-1901. 





«TI 

215 47 

am 
U9 n 

88 GO 

201% 
S9 9G 

444 S9 
G39 43 
3(6 3] 

li 

101 7S 
TBI 

it 

27 30 

'il 
ss 
ss 

as 

Si 
..Si 

is 
31 

58 78 

139 33 

37 28 
M08 
34 »7 

B71 

216 41 

■' 'si 

10124 

'l32 9« 
209 28 

277 9! 

41 38 
40 13 
Ills 










































































































































































































































































f!E.42i ee 







,d,Google 



Report of the Boakd of Keof,nts. 



Delail of MUk Pay Roll, 1901-190S. 



AGRIOUI.TURAL COLLEGE, . 

$23,661.00. 

Detail of Milk Pay KoU for tlio Year 1901-1902. 





129 SI 
9 K 
Iffi 

213 IT 

189 89 

M»« 
9S33 

ns 
x% 

SIS 
•,!SS 
&t 
gg 
'SS 
,.J!g 
IJSS 

'^% 

20 35 

il 

4S 

S9M 
7SB1 

213 in 

B9 51 
41>3n 
ISGS 
114 Gl 

17 99 
25^ 
BSI7 34 

11139 

SS! 
iilS 

1E4 









































































































































































































































TTmivehsity op Wisconsin. 



Deiail of Milk Pay Roll, 1901-1902. 



Qeo. Hamiriersley , 
Young Hallock 

Wm. Berrling 

J. L. HnrlLcrt .... 

John KlIllaD 

M. KlIlerlHln 

Christ. Klelue 

(.'hrlst. Luock 

Wm. Ldbcke 

A. E. Lansing 

Lewis Larson 

John Lubcke 

T. J. Marston 

VIncel Maloc 

Wm, H. Miller .... 

Chas. Meyer 

Ladwl2 Melncke ... 

Wm. Maber 

Henry Marks 

Thos. Maber 

Dennis MoKeo 

Henry Nlebnbr 

Cba«. FlerstocC ... 

ThoB. Poreell 

Henry Pepper 

Henry Peters 

Wm. Plen-lorff 

C. Pogymltler 

Frank Piper 

Henry Rodefeltl 

Mrs. Kate Rhodi-B 
Geo. W. Rlegal .... 

C. A. Renter 

C. H. Rodefold 

M. Rotman 

Casper H. Storck .. 
Wm. Stecketberg -- 
Barbara Sirtiuu .... 
Geo. ijebwenkert ., 
Prank Schroeclpr . 
Chas. Scbroeder ... 

E. Scbaffer 

Stngner Bros 

Mary E. SyDoa 

George Stone 

lobn Sprecber 

J. E. Sbonrora 

Freil SrlilnnDlng ... 
Henry atclnhaner .. 

John Scbwenn 

E. Schlminlug'!!;;.': 

F. Swanson ...^ 

Mrs. E. 8pblmmlpg 
Robt. J. Susner .... 

L, D. Bynon 

Ruilolpb SeblmmlDit 

JobD Tlede 

Andrew Tnrblean .. 

r^iilB ThIIke 

Albert Teckham 

Au«nst Toepfer 

O. P. Toepfrr 

Fred Tlllotson 

J. H. Terry 

P. UphotI 

John nimer 

Cbas. Vetter 

E. A. Vtall 

Edward Worth 







































































































































































































































































































Kia 





Di:;-iz?.i;7^>UOl 



'8l^' 



Repoet of the Boabd of Rbobstb. 



Detail of mik Fai/ Boll, 1901-190fi. 





Si! 

58 22 
101 M 

2M1S 
































W, A. Henry, dean, for batter eiehuiiBed lor milk, 






m.66100 







D,„i,z,a,Goo<^Ie 



I 

I 

I 



,d,Googk 



,d,GoogIe 



,dr,Google 



,d,GoogIe 



,dr,Google 



,d,Google 



TENTH BIENNIAL EEPORT 



BOARD OF REGENTS 



NORMAL SCHOOLS 



OF WISCONSIN 



For the Schcol Years 1901-1902. 



MADISON 
Democrat Pbinti.no Compa.nv, State Pbiktbb 



D,:;,„d, Google 



,d,GoogIe 



BOAED OF EEGENTS OF NORMAL SCHOOLS. 



1900-1 eo I ■ 

Be^Bt Ki-Ofllelo. 

THK STATE SnPEBINTENDENT-L. D. HASTEY. 



Bcxanta Appointed. 
T. JENKINS, Jb.. 
P. H. LOBD. 
a. K HcDILL. 



ISO] —1902. 

RecflDt ,Bi-Offiolo. 

THE HONOBABLE - THE 3TATE BUPEBtNTUNDENT -L. D. HABVEY. 



Se^Qta Appolntfld. 

J. Q. EUEBY, Albion. Temi sipires Fsbnian 1. UOS. 

Ii. C. COLHAN, Lb Cro6»e, - - " ■ Tetm eipircM Februar]' i, Woe. 

F. H. LOBD, Birer FaU>. Tarm eipinia Febtanrj 1. 19M. 

A. E. THOUPSON. Oahbosh, .... Term eiplren Febroarr 1, ISOI. ' 

Z- P. BRACH, Whitawater, Term eipirei Febraary 1. OK. 

Q. E. HcDILL, SUveiiB Point, .... Term expires Pebnian' I. UOS. 

F. A. BOSa We<t Superior, Term eipirea Febrnarj 1, IMM. 

VACANCY, Term expiree Febrii«r)> 1, IBOfc 

F. W. BISHOP, Platteiille, Term eiplrse February I, l«Cr}. 

FBSD. 8CHEIBEB, UUvaakee, - - . Term expires Febraary 1, lOT. 



F. A. ROSS, Fbesidbht. 

F. e. LOBD, VtCB-PKE8IDENI, 

a. S. RUCK WOOD. Skcutast, 

JAUES O. DAVIDSON. Tebabukeb. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

Executive, - - The PRli^IDENT, R»);enM LORD and B£ACU. 
I^nance. • - - BegenCs COLUAN, McDILLand SCBKIBER. 
Oradimltng Ctaiiet, BeBaoU EUEBY. MARVBY. TSOUPSOX. SCUEIBER. BISHOP 

aod . 

Teacli^t' TntrUutti, Hefrenw HARVEY. MrDILL and BISHOP. 
nupeeUoa, - - RexeatH LORD, COLUAN, EUERYand tlie PRESIDENT. 
Ttaeluri. - - - Begouls THOMPSON. HARVEY and COLMAN. 
Courie o/ Sludu 
anil Ttzt.liook; ■ Regeat»EMESY, SUHBIBER and BEACH. 



SCHOOLS IN OPERATION, 

FtBtteTille, opened IMS. River Falls, opentx 

WhiWwator. opened 1£e8. Uilirauiicip, 

Oibkosh. opened 18;i. StB\ 



Pdr,yGOOgIe 



PRESIDENT'S EEPORT. 



His Excellency, Robekt M. LaFollette, Governor: 

SiE: — I have the honor to submit, in accordance with law, my 
report for the biennial period ending August 31, 1902, as fol- 
Jows, to-wit: 

I. ORGANIZATION. * 

Legislation Needed. 

In my last report I called attentloa to the tact that the law 
providing for the reorganization of the Board contained a pro- 
vision prohibiting the appointment of more than one Regent in 
any one Congressional District^ except in case there should be 
more than one school in such District, and said— "The limita- 
tion as to residence should be repealed, for good and sufficient 
reasons, as I believe you are fully persuaded. One eminently 
cogent reason lies in the fact that under the long approved cus- 
tom of appointing a Regent in each of the towns where the 
schools are located, who by designation of the Board becomes 
a Resident Regent with many duties and much respon^iibility 
under the law, a preponderance of the Board is selected with 
more reference to business experience and fitness than to expe- 
riencf, training, and interest in scholastic and professional 
fields, and, "the re fore, the Governor should have the utmost free- 
dom in selecting the members of this Board." 

The last Legislature amended the law so as to reouire that 
one of the members of the Board shall be a woman whose selec- 
tion is not hampered by the restriction as to residence, but the 
restriction as to the other membfirs was not removed. 

Tt must be obvious that this restriction of eligibility is wholly 
without justification when the matter is carefully considered. 
The number of members of the Board is constant and not vari- 
able, as is the case with the Board Of Regents of the University, 

D,:rizp.);,>^.uO'^Ie 



Report ov tihk Board of 
PresidenCs Report. 



which latter varies with the number of Congressional Districts. 
"When the law of 1899 was passed, which provided for " ten ap- 
poiDted Regents " there happened lo be ten Congressional Dis- 
tricts in the State, which coincidence doubtless suggested the 
limitation, but now there are eleven Districts, and whatever 
force anyone may have supposed inhered in the earlier coodi- 
tions, certainly it has now vanished. The Board needs the serv- 
ices of a number of members gp>.>cial]y equipped and experienced 
along academic and technical lines, and this unwise limitatioQ 
serves no purpose but to handicap the appointing power to the 
hurt of the public service, and, therefore, should be repealed. 



II. FINANCES. 
(a( General ApproprloUonH. 

Two years ago the annual appropriation for the support of 
the schools was tl90,000,' the last Legislature increased the 
amount to $215,000, which sum added to theother income would 
have been enough to enable the board to repay its loan from the 
Principal Fund (vide Sec. 406a, W. S.), and maiatain the schools 
on the basis of cost then e.ttant without favors from the General 
Fund, or other sources. In proof thereof I am able to state that 
only one third of the original loan of $60,000 remains unpaid, 
and for the first time in many years the Board was able last 
winter to pass from the old year into the new without in any 
way having anticipated the new year's income. 

The Board has kept strict faith with the Legislature in this 
matter of accumulating sufficient funds to run the schools the 
the first half of the year, and in proof thereof thb addi- 
tional fact is cited that, whereas four years ago the available 
fund was something over $55,000 and two years ago was over 
$81,000, it is now nearly $98,000, which sum increased by the 
probably ordinary revenues, would have enabled the Board to 
reach February 1st, 1903, with all bills paid — which is the 
goal aimed at during these many years of careful and economical 

Di:;-iz?.):,'*^iUUVIL 



BeSBNTS OV KOBMIAI. ScHOOLS. 



President's Report. 



management — bad not the Legislature provided for special en- 
largements ^f the courses by the addition of departments of 
Manual Truiniug, Domestic Science, and Kindergarten. The 
increase of income asked for two years ago was $35,000, the 
amount granted was $:£5,000, and it is obvious that the 110,000 
deoied should now be granted to enable the Boaid to carry on 
the schools on the recently enlarged basis and continue its 
policy of never in any way anticipating its revenues. 

It will be seen by the Treasurer's statement hereafter given 
in this report, that the balance in his hands to the credit of the 
Income Fund is $124,085,91, but unpaid audits to the amount 
of $15,747,78 must be deducted and also unexpended appropria- 
tions to the amount' of $10,506.50 must be deducted, which 
leaves the available amount, for current expense? $97,831.63. 

|b) A'peciat Appropriaiion*. 

Bailding' Comvl'-teit. 

The last Legislature re-appropriated the unpaid balance of a 
former appropriation amounting to $20,000 and added to it the 
sum of $25,000, which sums have enabied the Board to complete 
the additions to the buildings at Stevens Point and Oshkwh, 
furnish and equip the same, and they are now in use to the great 
advantage of the schools. 

Eaa Claire LighKfuard Armorti. 

In my last report was given a detailed statement of the condi- 
tion of the Eau Claire Light Guard Armory Special Loan which 
showed that the General Fund was justiy "chargeable with the 
original loan of $10,000 and the accrued interest in the sum of 
$4,042.96," and an appropriation was recommended to cover 
these amounts to preserve the Normal School Fund and Fund In- 
come from unjust impairment. During the past year the Com- 
missioners of the Land Office have made such disposition of the 
matter as to secure $5,000, which has been duly credited on the 
Loan, but there still remain unpaid $5,000 of the Loan and 
the interest mentioned above. i lOoIc 



Repokt or TiiK Board of 



Prpsidfnt's Report. 



I renew the former recommendation that an appropriatio 
should be made in this behalF. 



The proper heating and ventilating of the Normal School 
buildings has always been an important matter and the solutioi; 
of the problem has been worked out during a long course of years 
under exceedingly diHicult conditions. The last two buildings 
erected remain as at first designed, but the other five have each 
been enlarged by one or more additions. Modern conditions 
have forced the displacing of old systems of heating and venti- 
lating and now all the buildings are heated and ventilated by a 
combination of direct radiation and fresh air forced over temi)er- 
ing coils. This change has required the use of large batteries 
of immense boilers and the exigencies of adminisCration have 
forced the Board to place these batteries in basements, rather 
than in detached buildings where they obviously should be placed. 
In only one building are the boilers separately housed. How- 
ever, in one other building the objection is reduced to a mini- 
mum by placing the boilers under the Gymnasium. 

The Board has always been cognizant of the impolicy and dan- 
ger of such management, and has exercised the utmost caution 
in every way to prevent accidents and disaster, but it has at 
last come to the conclusion that before all questions of enlarge- 
ment or equipment, stands this question of the immiuentdanger 
to life and limb of the many hundrc'ds of pupils congregated for 
six hours a day for at least one hundred and forty days a year 
immediately over possible explosions of the most terrific char- 
acter. 

A special appropriation sufficient to remove the boilers from 
the basements of live of the schools and properly house them in 
separate buildings, should be made by the Legislature without 
further question, so that the State and the Board may be re- 
lieved at the earliest opportunity from an oppressive responsi- 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUU' 



.yn 



Re«e,nts ok Nukmai. Schools. 



President's Report. 



bitity, and the patrons of the schools be shielded from the dan- 
ger of such a calamity as an explosion would most certainly 
involve. 

(c) Principal Fund. 

The management of this Fund is placed by law in the hands of 
the Commisaionera of the Public Lands and the State Treasurer 
is custodian of the cash and bonds, while the Secretary of State 
keeps the records of Special Loans and the records of loans to 
School Districts are kept by the chief clerk of the Land Office, 

As an act of courtesy these officials furnish the Secretary of 
the Board of Regents of Normal Schools with an official state- 
ment mimthly of all changes which occur in the fund and from 
his books 1 am enabled to make the following statements, 
to- wit: 

The total Fund August 31, 1902, at the close of business, was 
tliOoL'-JSasa (a decrease of 88,921.42 during the biennfum), of 
which $2,818.67 was cash and the sum of $1,949,664.22 was in 
bonds and loans as follows, to-wili 



2. L«n<l contracts. M Inw. 7 per ee 






















































9. Siw-» L<«n»ttt^iii.rci>nt 






J8.2M21 




























I4perc«it... 




Total 






tl,>l9,MIZZ 



Six years ago the cash in this Fund was $84,670.71. four years 
ago it was $128,503.63, and two years ago it was $222,14H.2&, 
while now, as stated above, it is only $2,818,67. If allowance 
he made for the difference between 2 per cent, on deposits and 
3^ per cent, on loans the earning ability of this Fund steadily 
declines (the average rate for the three preceding bienniums 
was about $1,200 per year) owing to the process of constant 



PrBsideni's Report. 



reFunding at lower rates of interest, in spite of the fact that it 
is earning at this date at the annual rate of $91,280.72, and the 
farther fact that the total Fund itself is nearly $9,000 less than 
two years ago. 

This latter fact, which seems extraordinary, is explained as 
follows : The income froo) deposits in banks for a series of years 
was, in conformity with a special statute, credited to this Fund 
instead of to the Fund Income under the general law creating 
the same, but the last Legislature amended the special statute 
and directed the transfer of $11,426.08 from the Fund to the 
Fund Income, while the regular increase of the Fund during the 
last two years has been (2,504.66, which sum taken from the 
amount Uansferred leaves the actual decrease as stated above. 

The following is a detailed list of the securities summarized 
above, to-wit: 

CEBTIFICATES 
1. Certimcates of iDdebUtlDOSS K1S.700 W 



AahlBIiil City FuudiDR .. 



., s&.oooa> 

BeBTer Dhio, City 8,000 00 

Bnrlin, City of ZO.OOU OD 

CumbrldKe Villosu 7. SCO 00 

f .n>— v.r..illinrn"^ H nm M 



CBDieroriTillsiref.. 
Chippeva Falls coi 



ColarobuH CityHBll e.OOO OO 

Kau Claire City Bridao. 10,000 00 

alftorton City School, coupon «,(I00 UO 

Elroy, Ciu- of. School Disl. No.B.Joint MM 00 

HlenwoodTown.W.W., coupon B, 000 00 

Hudson Ciy Waterworks St, 000 00 

LaCiosseCilT,coai>on 10,000% 

llaciiBonCity Water Works EilonMou lO.VOO CO 

1ft. MadiiionCity Street Improveracnt »,0a0 00 

IS. Manilovoe County Betund lug 4%0(» 00 

m- Morrill, City of, Scli"ol 3S,000 OD 

SI. MorHIl, City o(. Bruins 12,000 W 

■ M achool, coajmn 10,000 00 

Waterworks, RefnndlDg 37,000 00 

ty Hall, eoa poo 10,0W 00 

Bnli>rUitr, Waterworks S,Un 00 

:ity of l&,ODODa 

Coanty, School Districts £,(00 00 

m Stoniriiton, City of 30,000 00 

28. VoruonCounty IS, 000 00 

30. Vernon County In sans Asylum 1,000 00 

Total 1120,000 00 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



Regents of Normal Schools. 



President's Beport. 



Ameir. Villue< 
Bloomer, i 



SPECIAL LOANa 



^.noooo 

20,000 00 
6,«flOO 



. CleTsland.Townof.MaralhonCu.... 

. Cllotonville. UiW of 

. CnmberUad, Citjr of 

. Chippewa, Cod Dty of 

. Crandon, Town o( 

. Door. CouDtfuf 

. Dunn-CouDtrof 

. Eaa Claire Liifbt Guard Armory 

. £:iiu<'Ulre.C'oaDWor 

. Earlek.Towiiof 

. Easie BlTpr, Town of 

. Food du Lac, City of 

. Floraoee. Flnrvoca Count)' 

. Fiambeaa. I'owu oT. School Directori . 

. GnlexTlile.Vilianot 

. «raiil.CouQty^ 

. Uraod tCapiila. City of . - 

. Urniid Rupida Board of EduentioD .. . 

. Hammond. Village of, St. Croii Co.. 

. Iron River, Town of 

. Jscoba. Town of. School Directors .. 

. JacubB. TnwQof 

. Jnetwin, County of 

. Kewannae, City of 

. Kewaunee, Town of West 

'. Uilwauliee, Li^bt UorBa'Sqnadmn!.' 

. MoBinee, Town of 

- MadlBon, City of 

. Uadisna, City of, Board of Education 

. Mineral Point. Cityot 

. Uauomonle. t'llf ot; Dunn Coauty. .. 

. Uinocqna, Town ot 

. llad[slJu.ftityof 

. Undisun, Clt.r of 

. Minocqna. Vilaa County 

. MsdlBOD. Citir of 

. Hariaette, Cllyof 

. Madlcon, City of 

New London. Ciiy of 



ralrif 



isn, Citi 



tl. Phillipa. Cit) _ 

52. Pelican. Town of, Oneida Counly .. 

53. Port«»re. City ol 

M. Richmond, Town of.. 

U. Remington, Town of. Wood Conaty.. 

M. Shawano. City of 



. Soboepke. Town of 

. Shawano, Count.T of 

. Stnrravo Bay, City of 

y Yillase Board of . . 



71. Wansau, City 



U,0IMIX) 
I.WMIO 
2,500 00 
CilOUOO 
2,0UO0O 
HI.UUOCO 
U.UOOCO 
3.800 00 



lO.OiOOO 

15,000 00 
SS,UII0«I 

H.mooo 

10,000 00 



4.l'O0 0II 

n,5oooo 

1,'MUO 

3,000 00 
40.000 00 
11,000 W 
H, 600 00 
ZB,T50 00 
4i,f00Ci0 
30, MO 00 



■:«w««.<i^w.>ogIe 



Report of the Boamd of 



Presidcni'a Report. 



SCHOOL DISTRICT LOANS. 

'.'.'.'.'.'^".'^'.'..v^v".'.v^'"^ s.o«ioo 

M20CO 



I. Brown County, Howard 
. 2. Waterloo. JeffonKiuCoui 



OTHER LOANS. 

1, IndiildoBl Loans and Land Coutracts. old lav 1.130 Bt 

Grand total Sl,ei9.«»t ffi 

(d) Fund Income. 

This fund is inacle up prinoipnliy from a (1) tixed annual ap- 
propriation, (2) special appropriations, (3) interest on the cap- 
ital fund, and (4) tuitions, book rents, sales of all kinds, etc., 
and is placed by law wholly under the control of the Board as 
follows: "The entire income of the Normal School Fund shall 
be placed at the disposal of the Board of Regents of Normal 
Schools by transfer to the Treasurer of said Hoard, and shall be 
distinct and independent from the accounts of the State, and be 
applied for ihc support ot Normal Schools as provided by law. 
(Vide W, S. Sec. 894.) 

I follow a long established custom of reporting the expend! 
tures from this fund during the two preceding school years, end- 
ing with the disbursements made at the Annual Mi'oting in July, 
since the spirit of the law requiring the rtpnrt seems not to be 
violated, and every rational purpose of thi- report seems tar bet- 
ter served by so doing. 

During the last biennial period, July 4, VMM, to July 1, 1902, 
inclusive, as shown by the tables of cla-sified expenditures and 
detailed list of vouchers paid constituting Apponftix A, hereto 
annexed, there was disbursed a total of *liH9, 333.31, being 
$83,084.71 more than during the preceding biennium. By com- 
paring the amounts in the following table of classified expendi- 
tures for the last three bicnniums it will be readily seen whence 
this excess arises. The item of Buildirg alone shows an increase 
of $48,579.02 and that of salaries t20,53:>.19, while every item 
shows a greater or less increase except Ri'pairs, Text-books, and 
Administration. 



Di:;-iz?.);7^^.UO' 



.gle 



EEGrXTS OF XOKMAL ScHOOI.S, 



Presidenl's Report. 



ClnKtiJied ExpendUure.g. 





iSM-es. 


lt)tt8-0. 


>.«.,. 


Pu9laD[lli«ht 


$11,175 OS 

asss 
III 

3s.%7U m 

Si 


si 

111 

13;»S1 48 


Ill 






















InifS'k ; ■■ :: 


S:ffilS 




13,182 87 



The cost of Institutes and the anuual payment of priocipal and 
interest on loan, are omitted from the above, lince they do not 
vary materially from year to year. However, the last Legisla- 
ture increased the Institute Fund $2,000, but the increase of 
expenditure only amountpd to 81,470.52, and the payment of in- 
terest declines regularly $400 per year. 

The following is the biennial report of the Treasurer of the 
Board : 

treasckek's report. 

Madison, Wis., June 30th, H)02. 





I,.. 


Cr. 


Nonnal School Faoil Income: 




tl4.S13 28 






























L.l«il 
































JS7f,MlH M 

»TO.SgI 27 
87;), 54S .11 
8,297 48 




Treasurer Board of Nonnal Reoent»> : 


































Total 


$750,124 70 


»7W.42. 70 



- J. O. DAVinSON. 



£x-offici 



Treasurer JSuari/ of Ji'.-;/i'i/ts of Xormcil iSchoofa, .^■■.Q]r^ 



EeFOBT of the Bo.VltD OF 



President's Report. 



III. LIBRAHIES. 

The policy of the Board id maintalaiag both a Text-Book and 
Reference library in each of the schoolb, has not been changed, 
and the ever increasing use oE the Reference Libraries under 
the direction of trained librarians, who are also teachers of 
library reading, seems to abundantly approve the outlay in- 
volved. The libraries are now self-sustaining, the rentals for 
Text-Books recently having been more than sufficient to replace 
worn out hooks and buy new ones as the growing needs of the 
schools demand them. 

The following tables show the receipts and disbursements on 
this account for the past two years; 

Beceipts. 



SohooU. 


it^. 


igao-1. 


.»,.. 


Tobdi. 


. 




took revenues. . . 

ISiS=::: 

k»kre.enue.,., 
lookreTeDuea'!! 


11 


tl«eni 


-.ss 


S£:;;;;:;:;:;;;e 




ill 


t^^:s^°'^EE-£ 


s,i7a» 




'i.M 71 








tii.caiifis 

















Diebursemeiils. 





BOOKB. lMO-1. 


Hooks. lBOI-2. 




*'"""'■ 


Teit. 


Bstennce. 


Teit. 








KB0 51 

ni 17 


(I.Oli 52 

if 

369X2 
B88 13 


I8?4gti 

tiau 

M9 81 


H.2ai 2t 

7»eS2 

III 


?ffls 










Stevana Point 


E,B70 4S 










»I.Z4S18 


II.40S U 


».\iiiia 


"•'" " 









There is now an unexpended balance to the credit of the vari- 
ous libraries in the aggregate ot £5, 309. 75. 

Di:;-iz?.):-y^iUUVIL 



llEoEKTS OP Normal Schools. 



President's Report. 



IV, 8TCDEHT8. 

The Tollowing tables sh^w a slight decrease \a total attend- 
ance during the past two years, 'the most ot which is among the 
Preparatory, Intermediate, and Special students. The decrease 
in Normal students is quite insip:ni6cant, 18 last year and 23 
this year below the total of two years ago. 

The first table of graduates shows a total decrease of 20 in the 
two years, but the decrease is in the Elementary Course which 
shows a total falling ofi of 91, while the total in the Advance 
Course has increased 74, nearly 11 per cent., the principal in- 
crease being in Milwaukee and Whitewater. 

Two years ago the total number of Graduates of High Schools 
attending the Normal Schools was a trifle less than 38 per 
cent, of the total Normal registration, the past year it was a 
little less than 40 per cent,, which shows that progress has 
been made during the bfennium towards securing a better pre- 
pared patronage for the schools. 

During the part year the Board has taken an important step, 
a new departure from its former policy, by fixing li-mits to the 
numbers to be admitted to the various schools. 

At the Semi- Annual Meeting in February last, the following 
resolution was adopted, to-wit; 

Resolved, That the attendance at the Normal Schools should be 
limited to the facilities atTorded by the size of the buildings and 
that over-crowdiQg by admission should be forbidden. 

At the Adjourned Semi-Annual Meeting held on April 23, last, 
after a thorough inspection of the buildings, the limits were 
fixed as follows, to-wit: 

Milwaukee, 30(1; Oshkosh, 500; Platteville, 300; River Falls, 
250; Stevens Point, 400; Superior, 400; and Whitewater, 300. 
These limits, of course, apply to students classed as Normal. 

The justification for this action lies in the nature of the schools 
themselves. The presumption is warranted that in these schools 
every appointment and every exercise is a model of its kind end 
it is quite obvious that in an over-crowded school discipline, in- , 

D,:rizp.);.>^.uO'^le 



Kepoet ov the Board of 



President's Report. 



struction, and traiDing must ali suffer a greatsr or less deterio- 
ration. The Board is aware of the possible effects of this action, 
^"but the remedy is obvious if thp detnauds become greatly in ex- 
cess of the accommodations. 

Total Enrollment of Studentt. 





Normal, 


-^r 


tr 


Inter- 
rasdiaW. 


and 

Kinder 


Speoial- 


Totals. 




1 


'.. 


1 


15 


42 
53 








1 

3'" 




Bteiena Paiat!.!!!: 


Is 


WbEtewater 




494 




5S 


400 


S78 


WW 

w 

OS 








1901.10OS. 


147 

29S 

'sen 
i-o 


10 


91 
31 

43« 








20 














WbllewaMr 


1 


44T 




Z,i96 


2. 


26 


5.K4 





a FonrYHarsHijth Bcliool Cou 
k doDo^- -■'^--" - =- 

iBd 1 

t of Model 

Xumber of gradualen in two year*. 



WRclier, and ui 





l»0O.l. 




, 












" II 


C ar» 


ElB. 


Ad- 
TSiiced. 


El8. 


Ad- Ele- 


va^^d. 


Both 




vanCBd. 


meutarj. 


coursoB. 


Mllvaakee 


as 


1 




1 




1 
49 
98 






30 
31 

_J_ 

149 


I 




SnpBHor 


■s 


Tolola 


.M -^ 


883 


i.om 



Di:;-iz?.i"y^iUUV 



Beoekts of ^obmal Schools. 



Presideni's Report. 



Total number of graduatee. None counted twice. 





whbk 

Opkmid. 


Couese' 


Both. 




I!l,„.»„. 


AdvsncBd. 




IMS 

186S 


1 

HO 


178 




Oshkosh 








Suiwrior 


LOm' 








S.W 











• Has no elementary coarse. 



V. C0ORSE8 AND TEACHINO. 

In the bienoial reports of the Presidents of the schools printed 
h erewilh cdnstituting Appendix B, will be fomnd a fair discus- 
sion of the SI holastic side of our work and more detailed statis- 
t ics of the thoracier and progress of the same. 

For reasons fully set forth under this head in my last report, 
the following announcement was made, to-wit: 

" The Board contemplates holding a week's Institute to be at- 
tended by all the teachers in the seven schools, the final outcome 
of which shall be a complete syllabus of all the branches in the 
adopted courses of study prepared by the best talent at the com- 
mand of the Board." 

The schools were all adjourned for the week preceding the 
holidays in December. 1900, and the entire Faculties were 
called together at the Osbkosh School and a five days' Institute 
was held under the general direction of a committee of the 
Board wilh State Superintendent Harvey as Chairman, and he 
was also made Conductor by action of the Board. 

A full report of the work done was printed in a volume of five 
hundred {500) pages, in April following. This report speaks 
for itself, and its constant use in all the schools tends, in no 
smalt degree, to eradicate the evils pointed out as a reason for 
holding the Institute. The outlines firmly drawn in this volume 

2 Drr.zP.) = ,^.UUyH 



Kkpokt of the Boabd of 



President's Report. 

are bemg slonly filled in by supplemeDtary action of the teach- 
ers of the various groups of studies under direction of the Board, 
and in due time it is believed that the ultimate object as before 
stated, "a complete syllabus of ^U the branches in the adopted 
courses," will be attained. 

I am happy to be able to say that this action of the Board 
has had the fullest commendation of the Faculties of our Schools 
not only, but has been highly appreciated by the leading edu- 
cators of the country. No such Institute was ever held any- 
where before, and the results seem to fully justify our course. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Frank A. Ross, 
Dated August 31, 1902. President. 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Keoksts of Normal Sch 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



APPENDIX A. 



I900-1»0I. 

The foUowiDg is a complete list of the vouchers paid by au- 
thority o( the Board of Regents of Normal Schools from July 25th, 
1900, to July 36, 1901, inclusive, aud the total expenditure re- 
ported Id the budgets of the Resideot Regenis, which is followed 
by a schedule of classified expenditures tor the annual period: 



No. Date. 

iul7ffi 
Iulr25 
Inly 25 
J air 2e 

■iii3- as 
iir 26 

1117 K 

loty 25 



Inly S 
}ulr X 

Inly 2S 



VODCHEKB. 

GubUt Wolla^gpr, pay rolt. Mllwoafcce 

GuBtav Wollaes^r, fuel, Kebt, Milwaukee 

A. N. Meyer, water rent, Milwaukee 

A. E. ThompBon. liar roll. Oalilinitb 

Raycruft, Uvyet k Domphe, liulldlne. niihkoHh... 
Oshkosb Water WkB. Co., WBttr reut, 0»hti«li... 

Ln.-y A. Potter, aulurles. Oslikosh 

T. Jenkins, Jr., pay roll, riattfVllle 

A. B. Brslnerd, mine., I'laltevllle 

II. Moo '■ ■ — 



■j-^.'iE'i 



F. H. Lord. __.., _.. 

G. E. MoDlll. pay roll, 1 
Geo, R. Potter, biilltlliie, anuvt'nii i 
T, B. Pruy, [nroltnrc. StcvMnM I'oln 
Frank A. Kona, pay roll, Btiper'iif. 
Peter MeDonaM. reimlm, Superior. 
Snperlor Water, Light & I'ower (J 

Superior 

.ino. F. LaiDont, nilBO., River Fnlln. 
W. A. KDnpp, repairs, Itlver Fnllx. 
C. L. Wlllnrcl. repnlrB, River Fnlln. 
CbaB. A. Price, reimlrs, Itlver Fulls 
Z. P. Beaeb, nny roll, Whltewnter. 
Wblten-nter Klee. Co., lljiht. While 
Whitewater Wnter WorkB Co., wnl. 
V. S. El press Co., InHrtpuliilB, InM 
Am. Express Co.. IneldenlalB. InHllI 
John Dixon, 



i-vllle ., 



Point... 



> ISlate 



;. Hev 



ii pen Ben. b 
IntlnR 'l 






QL'Irlen 



; E. W. Walker, expenaes, unlary, Instl 
". C. Buell, c-cpeuses, salary, 7 — •'■■ 

. a! J. Hutton." eipehseB. aalary, iimH 
', TbOB. H. Gentle, eipensea. salary, li 
1. D. D. Miiyne, expenaeB. BBlary, JnstI 
1 F. B. Mitchell, enpenses, salnry, InHll 

i D. McOreeor. eii>pn»-- 

; Edoa M. GreenBeld. i 



'SlLl 



[eneml e'xpPnBen. Br 
u. 01 n. n. ny, <.<• . general expenw». 1 
B. 8. Rockwooil, Seerptnry's salary, B< 

a. 8. Rockwood, Ksaeral 

Institute 



ises, Ineldentals, Board, 



salary, Inntltiite... 



wos 

mm 

l.unoo 



118 86 r 



E'kport oi^ tjie Boasd of 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



{.2?. F. E. Dolj-, exp 



Walker, pipeiiaes, Balary. Iimt! 



J. T. IIoo 

A. B. O'Ni-ll, expfnees. Mulary, Iii»[liiit,' 

Thos. II. (Jcntle, eipeusoB. salnn-, liisiUiUi-. 
a. A. UpbniD, eipenses, BDlnrr Inittiiutt 
'^■" O. ShutiB, eipeuscs. Bnlarr. lustllute... 



! U. B. Wcuti, cAiivuBVH, Huiurr, 

i H, L. Terry, eipensL's, (mlary, Ii 

! W. A. U'lilppLe, eipeiiBea, wilnrj, iuntuo 

I John I, Jogl, expBniieB, Balary. Inglltnte. 



1. C. McNeill, Bala 



I, 22 W. C. Hewitt, 



Ilari^-, cxppnauH, sni 



! D. ti. Schiller. ~« 

I C, B. BlotLowpr. "eip en. a ...... 

. ■. -iiT . ,..1 ?ipenBi'B, salary, iiintl 



I, Baiary. ii 
lustltute... 

iiry, IiiHtiliit 

I, aii.ary, luHtltut 

salary, luatluilc. 

lary, Inmitiit 



I W. J. Pollock. eipeiiBea, aalary, lnslitiitei 

I G. H. (ichrand, eipeiiacB. Balary, liinilliile. 

', y. E. C'niivcrBe, eipeiiRea. salary, luitlliitc. 

! M. H. JaekBon, expenses, salary. Iiiiitltiiii>, 

: W. L. Morrison, expenacB, salsir, ItiHtltut 

! Wm. F. Sell, expcnaes. salary, luBtltiitP... 

I M. A^BilBsewltE. expen- . .. . 



s Canipany, liicl<Icii 



, funiltup<-, mv.'l- fulls. 

i ». A. Howp, iiirnlture, Itlvcr Falls 

! Mnnlton'oc SeallDR Co., tumlinre. IIIvpi 

! F. P. Alii»n-i>rlU. fuel. River Falls 

! G. E. ileUlii. pay roll. StPVPns I'liliit . 

: £^w. Kcr>Kli Vceis, prlntliiK. KreveiiH I'ol 

I Josepb Itci'k, repairs. Sti'vriiB I'Diiit 

I li. Laaiiililre, repairs, Slert-iis Poliir ... 

I Ira L. lildrege, repairs. Stevens Point... 

! Geo. B. Potter, building, Klpvens Point. 

! E. II. Burlln^me, mlse., Stevens J'otnt. 

: Frank A. Itntis, pay roll. Siipetlnr 

! Peter MrDonalil, repairs. Kiipenor 

I 1. C. MtSelll, misc., Buperld- 

1 Superior Water, Light & Pi 



lifilit. 



I Fred Frlek, rurnltnre, ' 

! C. U. ft Kt. l>aul By. Co., Kenprni e . 

' "' ""Id, general cipensex, IliHinl... 



Rdna M. 

: H. S. RiK'kwaod, 

I S. 8. Iloekwood. expenHer 



es. Bri.1 



1 Sept. 2 
i Kept. 2 



_ snlaiT, Boanl 

. IneldPnlnK Board, I 

, pay roll. Mllnniikec 

H. Mooers Co.. repairs, I-lBtlPvlll<> 

I ItimnllH A. Ilunierlil, eipenw-s, mlary. Instltut 

I Albert Hardy, expenses, salary. Institute 

i U. P. Oary, expenses, salary, Instltnte 

; C. E. ralier, exivnsva, salary, InHlitutc 

! J. F. Klnis, eipcnKeii, milaty. iDHtltiite 

J. C tlmbnni, expi'niieii, aalnry, I 

i, salary, instltuie... 



50 «2 



3190 
10 10 

100 ml 

31 24 



te Ts 



KeGENTB of NoitMAL SCHOOLS, 



List bf Voucheis Paid. 1900-1901. 



» Sept. 

) Sept. 

I Sept.. 

i Bept. . 



> Sept. 2 

I aept. 2 

r Sept. 2 

I Bept.2 

I Bept.2 

) Bent. 2 

L Bept.2 

I Bept.2 

I Bept.£ 

t Sept. 2 

; Bept. £ 

I Bept.a 

1 Bept. a 

< Sept. 2 

) Sept. 2 

) Sept. 2 



I Sept. : 

) Sept.: 

I Sept.: 

! Sept.: 



1 Geo. C. Shatts. raiieoses, sal 
1 3. W. LlilugstoD, eipeniie«, i 
i H. C, Bnell, eipenaeB, aalarj' 



S^.! 



i W. N. Parker, eipi 

i Chester W. Smith, i 

I N. A. Harvoy, eipei 

1 J. C. McDowell, eip 

I G. H. Landgrnt, eij; 

I A. M. OJson, eipem 



iipenses, salarr. Institute... 



I W. H. BhnJz, eipenses, aalnrr, Instltnte.., 

I Predetlclt E. Bolton, eipcusen. aa 

i Jiio.'n. yoater, eipensoa, aalary, inatltute.., 

1 H. L. Terry, eipenaes, salary, laatltuta 

i J. C. ThoniBon, aaiary, Instltnte. 

I Gnstay .Wollaeger, pay roll. MUwankee 

i Gnstay WolLapgec, luel, light, Milwaukee.... 

1 ArthQc H. Vogul, repairs, Mllwoukcc 

I A. E. Thompson, pay roll, OshkoBh 

I Marshnll I'leld & Co., furniture. Oshkoah 

i A. C. McClurg & Co., reference bookB. Oahkr 

i A. C. McClurg & Co., reference iKioks, OahkoK. 

1 Northwestern Sewer Pipe Co., repairs, Ushkosh... 

I The Bhaw-Walker Co., iurulcure, llnhkosh 

[ T, U. McAllister, appar.. cab., Omikosh........ 

i Baycratt. Mej-er & Itompke, bnilrlliiK. Oxlikosh 

i Cook & Brown Lime Co., fuel, Oshkosli.,,. 

; The Ralph M. BnrtlB Co., repalm, »l»hkosh 

I The BacWaff & BUwardB Co., furulture, Oshkosb.., 

i Lillian M. Baxter, Bularles, Oabkoali 

I Aura B. Powers, salaries, Ushkosli 

i Lucy A. J'otter, salaries, Oahki^ 

1 Oshkosh QaB Light Co., Uitht, Oahkosh 

1 T. Jenkins, Jr., pay roll, Plattevllle 

I H. Mooets Co., repairs. Pint tev Hie 

; H. Mooers Co., repairs, Plnttcvllle 

1 Marshall Field & Co., (uriiUnre, Plnttevllle 

i R. T. Vernin, repairs, rialtfvllle 

; B, T. Verran, repairs, Plattevllle 

I II. T. Verran, repairs, Pliitti'vlllu 

i W. F. Orlndell & Sou, (iiruttiire, I'lattevllle 

; J A. Henry, repairs, Plnttevllle 

i J, A. Ilenry, repairs, Plattevllle 

1 J. A. Henry, repairs. I'latt"' « 

I J, A. Henry, repairs, Plattevllle 

I F. H. Lord, pay roll. River K alia 

I W. J. Brier, misc.. River Fnlta , 

[ L. A. Hurry &. Co^ appar.. cah 



i Sept. 

) Sept! 

L Sept. 

i Sept. 

i Sept. 

I Sept. 

i Bept. 



X Northweslern Slate Co., repairs 

28 (ierber Brothera. reli-rence hooki 

2fi Dea Forges & Co.. referonec Ijoo 

26 C. N. WlRcr. Ca»Hler. repairs. Ri 

26 O. W. Xeweoniti & Co.. farnltiiri 



i G. B. McOlU, pay 
; Stevens Point P. & 



RiTer 
hooka. 


Hive 


i'piii 




u'^^RI 


Tr'l 


Si". 


Fells 


e. Hive 


is 
















ding. S 


e.pll 


Poln 





laoOT 

58 00 
97 7! 



BS23 
28 00 
26 00 



17 60 
1E141 
10 00 
1100 



i.y^^.oo'^Ie 



RErORT OF THE BOAKl) ( 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



6 Scut. 28 Sleven* I'olnt WotPr Co., v.-ater rent, Stevena Point 100 W 

7 Snjl. 28 V. I'. Alnell, bulliling, Sti-vcua i'olnt IK W 

S Sept. 8« G. E. MfDill, (urnltnre, S I ..VKiie I'olnt ]^ ^ 



) Sept, 2e H. Lampbler. rtpairn, L.. 
) Sept. 2S Ueo. K. Potter, bulliliiiB. 
L Bfpt. 28 Frank A. Kobs. pny roll, Superli 



tl» 



12 Bept!2S Kiiperloc Water, Light 4 I'oiter Co., Ughl, water rent, 

13 Bept.IS C. li. WaHlibiim, repairs, Superior .^ Hi 

1< 8ept.2S Nell & Co., renolrs, Superior S&W 

IB Sfpt.as Kelly & May, turnlinre, Superior dS 

16 Sept. W F. a. Dam, furniture, Snpfvior . W^ 

17 Sept.ai Finch Fuel Co.. rnel. Superior.. m w 

18 Sept.88 Petur Mcilonaia, rupal™, Superior « gO 

13 Sept.M Marshall Kleid ft Co., tnmlture, Superior „ ,,i S 

20 Sept,26 Z. F. Beach, pay roll, Whitewater Mil SS 

a Sept. 26 W. n. Ilalscy. repalri.. Whiteivtjter 667 00 

22 Sept. M E. Bounrtt. Sr., reiBlrs, Wlitreivatcr 11. « 

£3 Sept. 2S O, fiiuulhers, repairs, Whilcivntor ^88 

21 Bent 26 Glinliel Brothers, rumltnre, WhlCt-n-nliT BO « 

26 Bppt M Chi. Lab, »uj)Plj' & Scnie do. nppsr.. ■■nl.., Whltewntor, . )06 » 
is Sept. 26 White. Klec. LlcUt Co.. llKht. S>nltewotec 10 ffi 

27 Sfpt. 26 B. E. Cutter, uilite., Wliltr.ivater » ^ 

XS Bept.*6 R^ L. Wllllaine. repairs. WliHewater IM M 

29 8e.t,BS E. Bonnrtt. Sr„ rep.ilrs, Wuitenater MM 

10 Sept, 28 Bulfaln Force Co., repairs. WhUewater £8 « 

n Sept. 28 Mil. nice Ua.-hineo- Co., repnlrs, Whitewater . K 

32 Sipt.26 O. I. King, n^pBlrs. Whitewater 13 6* 

sa S.-iit.K K, Bonnelt. 8r., repairs, Whitewater J« ^ 

34 Hept. 26 C. L KlUB. repaint. Flatteiillc fj 18 

iG Sept. 26 DaTld LeUhmun, repairs, WlilteWBter...;.....- !» ! 

38 Sept. 26 ».iB. Cent! Hy. Co., geueral eipensea, Board |0 m 

ST Sejit.ae C. & N. W. It.r. Co., general expt-nses. Bosnl SOW, 

38 Sept, 26 Ediia M. Grecuflcld. Reneral eipensex, Bonrrt WW) 

3» Sei)t,2K B. S, UoetM-oiMl. eeneral eipeuses, Boord H »" 

40 S.-pi,2« 8. S. Bnekwoorl. salary, Beei-eUry, Board KO OT 

41 Sept. 26 T. It. Pray, mtse., 8tov-iw Kulnt ^« 

43 Sent. 2B W. M. CaNtle, prlDllnic, Ortikosh ;.--. 360 U7 

43 ^iit 26 Fi A. Kniu, reeents' PxpenseK. Boanl ^ 

44 Sept. 26 U D. llarrey. Slate Supl., ref. books, RIyor Falls .50 

45 Sept. 26 Freilerlrk K. Bollao, exppnaeB, xnlnry. loBtltute JU w 

46 Sept. 20 P. H, Iflrd. roffcntH' expenses, Bonril., ^» 

47 Sept, 26 G. E. MeDID. refenttf eipeciips, Board « J« 

48 Sept. 26 C. M. & St. Tanl Ry. Oo., gelieral eipeOBes, Board M « 

49 Oct, 24 Frank A. KosB, pay roll, Snperior ^'*il S. 

BO Oi't. 24 Peier MeDolnnd. repair*, Snperlor.^-......... ;■;,■■■ « '" 

Bl Oct. 24 Sup. WatiT. Light & Power to.. llRbt. water reul, Snp. ?6 20 

62 Oct. 24 Marshnlt Field ft Co., (urnltore. Suiierlor EOT 

E3 Oct. 21 W. J. McL-nLe. R-iwilrB, Superior..... , li m 

B4 Oct. 24 GnMHv Wnllacjrer, pay roll, Milwaukee...... , 3.6W W 

GE Oct. 24 Wlwonalnlrotinud Wire Works, repairs, Milwaukee ^W 

E6 Oc-t, S4 Korthwestern Fum. Co., fumllure. Milwaukee , 28 UU 

K7 Oct 24 TbomoB Gardner, repairs, Hilwankee ;? "" 

E8 Oct 24 GuSlnv WollacKer. Wl, light, Mllwuukec 11 W 

69 Oet. 24 Chorlea McKenuj. fuel, llcht. Milwaukee J S6 

g f!^i: 2^ {^a^L-^."ooS?;'re^;!;?r's™M« 1 1 

M Ort:24 y, P, AtwelU^bumilnK. Ste<™ 1W_.. -•-■■■■■ ^ 1^ * 

i ?m: It s't^e^veni mnTuKbtlne'^Co,, Hght. StevenB "poInt"';::'.'.:; ' ffi 99 

57 Oet 24 V. E. Mi-Casmll. appar., cab., Stevens Point 8 »» 

- ■• t. 24 O. E. Culver, appnr., cob., Slevena Poitit i,",-;-"- ,: rlt 

- " Kch ft Iximb Opt. Co., appor., cab., Sir-"— ' " "• '» "- 



TO Oct; 24 B«u«ch ft Liniii Opt! Co.; aiipor.; call.; Slovens 1" 

73 Oct. 24 L. D. Harmon ft Son., mlsc OHiikOBh WM 

74 Oct. 24 Lillian M. Bolter, salHry, Oahkosh ^^ 

73 Oct, 24 P. H. MeAlllster, Bppar,, cab.. Oshkosh ■■■■■■■■■■■■ » » 

76 0<-t. 24 Bansch & Lomh Opt. Co., appar, cab-. Oshkosh MOM 

77 Ovt 24 post Pub. Co., reference books, Oshkosh 300(0 

78 Oct. 24 Lucy A. Potter, oalariefl, OshkoBh »«) 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUU' 



.yn 



Kkgkkts of Nohsial ScH' 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



__ __ — Klelahammrr. tupalrB. Flattevllle 

n Oct. M FreeniBD U, Lord, pay roll, Illirer Falla 

83 Oct. M Murshnll Field & Co., furniture. River Falls 

S4 Oct. Z4 L. a. Koolt Appnratua Co,, appsr., cab., River Falla.... 

8S Oit. 24 BanBCh & l^^omli Opt. Co.. appur.. cab., BlTer Falls .... 

M Ocl. M Z. V. Iteacb, pay roll, Whitewater 

8T Oct. S4 Whitewater W^ater Worka Co., water rent, Whitewater.. 

88 Oct. » G. W. Cobnm, (ncl. Whitewater > 

IS Oct. » H. J. OConnor, appar., tab.. Whitewater 

90 Oct. M Edward Wlun, mlac, Whiicwater 

91 Oct. 24 fctte & Ueyer Coal Co.. fuel. Milwaukee 

91 On. 24 Wollupger Htg. Co., furniture. Milwaiikce 

93 Oct. 24 C. & X. W. Ity. Co.. general eipenae, lionrd 

94 Oct. 24 S. a. Uockivood, snlary, Secretary, Hoard 

t> Oct. X4 Kdna M. UreenUeld. clerk, salarr. Board 

K Oct. 34 8. S. Itnctwoud. expense, salary. Board 

9! Oct. Zi A. E. Thuiupaoii. cipease, regent, Board 

•o .... •■ .. , woiiaeger. expense, " " 



I. Ilarve: 

!. McDlL. _. 

108 Oit. 2* Frank A. ItosB, i 

1D4 Oct. U A. A. Stephena. fuel, t'laltecl 

Vfi Oct. 24 Geo. R. Fottcr, building. Stet 

108 Oct. 24 Allan D. CoDorer, bnlldluc. Sli 

IDT >'ov. 26 linataT Wollaegcr. pay roll. 

108 Nov. 26 GustDV Wallai'io-r, fuel, light. 

1<B Nov. 26 Feltc & Meyer Coal Co,, fuel 

110 Nor. 26 Thomas H. Gentle, misc.. M 

Ul Nov. 26 T. Jenkins. Jr„ pay roll. PI 

112 Xov. 26 R. T. Verran, cepalra, I'latle 

m Nov. 26 Rose C. Swart, mlBC., I'lalte' 

U4 Nor. 26 It. T. Verran, misc., I'lntte* 

116 Nov. 26 J. A, Henry, repalra. I'lutlei 

116 Nov. 26 J. J. Gray. fuel. I'lattovllle 

in Xov, 26 W. H. Chandler, mine., I'lnttL 

118 Nov. 28 it. T. Verran. repalra, I'latlev 

IIB Nov. 36 Q. E. McDIll, pay roll, KtfV " 

120 Nnv. 26 Whelock & Meyers, repairs, 

m Nov. 38 Delaaey & Mocn. misc., Kti 

m Nov, 36 II. A. Bright, hnlldliig, 8tev 

m Nov. 26 CmODS Burr., misc.. Steveua I'olnt 

124 Nov. 26 R. A. Cook. fnel. Stevens Point 

12E Nov. 26 Frank A, Ross, pay roll. Snpcrior 

136 Nov. 26 Dixon & I.awrle, repairs. Superior 

127 Nov. 26 Superior Water, Light & Power Co., light. 



SS 







;;::.:: mU 



































































]1B Nov. 26 Con-Tc Brothers, repairs, Superior 209 00 

129 Nov. 26 *;orlhwcstPrn Fuel Co., tut 1, SupeiJor W K 

180 Nov. 26 F. H, Lord, pay roll. River Falls 3,31t 00 

181 Nov: 26 Mary D. Brniirord, misc.. River Falls 20 28 

112 Nov. 26 B. B. Jackson, misc.. Itlver Falls IS 80 

133 Nov. 2a S. B. Tobcy. misc.. River Falls 6 9G 

184 Nov. 26 W, S. EnKlgn. Illlsc., River Falls 5 48 

J8S Nov. 36 >.. P. Bench, pay roll, Whliewnler 2,780 00 

136 Nov. 26 Wliltcwuler Iiflec. Light Co., light, Whitewater E3 81 

187 Nov. 26 J. II. I'age, misc., Whitewater 90 00 

188 Nov. 26 F. Ilcury Klaer, misc.. Whitewater 108 00 

139 Nov. 28 F. C. Ktzer, misc., Whitewater 64 00 

140 Nov. 36 C. P. Cary. misc., Whitewater 4e 

141 Nov, 26 A. B. ThompBOn, pay roll, Oahkosh t.ttsli 

142 Nov, 26 Raycraft. Meyer & Uompke, building, Oshkosh S,eoO 00 

143 Nov. 26 C. 11. Meyer, mlse.. Oshtosh G Ot 

144 Nov. 26 OshhoKh flaa Light Co., fuel, light. Oshkoah U 90 

14G Nov. 26 Oshkovh Gas Light Co.. fuel. Ilelit. Oabkosb 18" 

146 Nov. 26 Poi "-- "- — ■■•— — 



26 A^ a. Snauiding ft Bro.. appar., cab., Osbkosb... 
26 B. W, Freda, building, OsHkosh 



148 Nov. -. — . . 

149 Nov. 26 Phil. Dngnu. - , . ^ 

150 Nov. 28 Lucy A. I'otter. snlnry. Iinhknsh 
161 Not. SO Aura B. Powers. Bftlary, Oahkoah 



408 , 



Report of the Boaed of 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



laf Kav. 26 



ISl 111-'-. 19 

ISZ iK-i-. in 

]«3 Dc.-. 19 

1« Ui'c. ID 



169 Di-e. 19 A 



SOI Jan. 23 
au Jnn. 3 
2(tt Jan. £1 



SOT Juu. ai 

SdS Jan. ^ 

209 Jau. 23 

ZIO Jan. 23 



m Jan. 2» 
214 Jan. 33 
Z15 Jnn. ZS 



C. ft N. W. By. Co., general eipeniw. Board 200 00 

J. U. KnuiTi reEcDis, expense, Board 38 &5 

H. II. llalBtf, eeliural eiiK-nae, Hoard ...'. 1100 

J. Knaiilier Liith. Co.. general expense, Uoard lU 00 

Ktato Joarual L'rintliiK Co., general eiiientie, Board 11 79 

Kduu U. Un-mdvia. itfneral expcDse, Board Bo Olt 

K. H. Itw^kirood, Hecrerao-'a salary, Board 150 00 

S. S. ItorkiTOod, HevreUry'a exiiense, Board IE 13 

UUHtnv WullnesiT, IU17 roll. Milwaukee S,R^ 00 

(jnstav Wollaeici-r, flicl, ilglit. MUiraakee 34 M 

A. ■■:. Tbouipsoii, par roil, UBlikosh 4,2s3 09 

Lu(-y A. l*uiti>r, HatniieB, Otthkosh 20 OD 

\\illlam Walern. Uundlng, Ustikash 200 00 

Mluulc A. Walli>rB, appar., cno., DHlikosh T SO 

Ciiuk & Browu l.liue Co., fuel, UstikoKh 107 5E 

cixlikoMb UBS I.lglit Co., fuel and llgbt, Osbkosh 20 25 

■"■'-" M. Baxter, BnlarlcB, Oslikosh 8 SO 

W. llooton, sHlurlea, OKhkosh ;.... 3 UU 

Annie Ittynolds. snlurles, OsbkoHh 25 40 

T. JeakUiu. Jr.. pay roll. Plnlterllle 2,6iS 00 

tjnoeu & Co., apuar., eah., Klver Falls 16 2T 

f. H. Lord, pay roll. lUrei Falls 2,340 00 

tl. K. MtUlll, pay roJi. Stevens Point 2,992 60 

Frank A. Kobb, pay coll, Superior 2,446 00 , 

sup. Water, LlgLt & Power Co., light, water rent, sup. 6V 5C> 

lleuj. Finch, fuel, Superior JOS TS 

Aliee H. Hbnlles^ misc.. Superior IS IJO 

L. A. W'tllluuia. mlBC. Superior 37 25 

Z. P. Beaili, pay roll, IVDltewater 2,770 00 

J. 11. NatlraBs, misc., Whitewater 9 30 

Whitewater Elec. Light Co., light. Whltevater 42% 

Jl. A. Adrian, expense, salary, iDStltute 45 9S 

J. Q. Umerj-, expense, Board 60 01 

Wisconsin Central By. Co., general eipeuBe, Board ..,. 60 00 

C. M. & St. I'anl By., general expense. Board 60 00 

l>enioerHt rrlntinR Co., general expense. Board 22 50 

Edna M. UrecoUeid. aalnrr. clerk. Board CO 00 

C. tc ti. W. By. Co., general exucnse. Board 100 00 

& S. Bochwood. salary. Secretary. Board , 160 00 

S. 3. Boekn'uod. secretary's expense, Board 3163 

^\~lnonn Merrick, expense. Board ...,.,.....,.,.,.,......,# 11 V& 

Florence IJ. Norton, geuernt expense. Board 24iaO 

StevenB Point Water Co., wafer rent, Btevena Point 100 00 

A. A. Stephens, (nel, riattcrtiic 60 Su 

(iUBlav Woilaeger, pay roll, Mllwan^iee >,554 00 

tiuBtav Wuiiapger, mine., Milwaukee 16 7S 

uuHlav Woilaeger. fuel. Uiht, Milwaukee 27 26 

A. N. Meyer, water rent, Milwaukee 60 14 

Fette & Meyer foal Co., fuel, Milwaukee 3S3 91 

Fette & Meyer Coal Co., tnel, Milwaukee 34S SI 

CliartcB K. Nortben, eppar., cab., Mllivnukee 59 60 

Bausi-b & Lomb Opt. Co., appar.. cab,. Milwaukee 39 69 

I. K. Mltebeil., appar., cab., .Milwaukee 4 60 

Qui'i'U & Co., Inc., appar., cab-, Milwaukee 71 3S 

A. E. Thompson, pay roil, Oslikosh 4,244 60 

W. II. Huntington. Ilcht, Oshkosh 20 29 

Annie Iteyuolds, salaries, OsbkOBh 11 60 

Fbll II. Sanyer, fuel, llgbt, Osbhosb 1ft OG 

I.uey A. I'otler, (ularlm, Oshkiish 20 00 

Kiidle J>. Tanner, sniarlitf. Oshkosh 4 40 

Z. P. Beacb, pay roll, Wbitewater E.mo 00 

Hopfiln Bnnnte, mltv., 'n'hltcwater 4 ZE 

G. W. Coburii, fuel, Whitewater S4S 42 

A. J. llutton, mine.. Wbltewuter 4 2S 

Wbitewatcr Klec. Lt. Co.. llglit. Wblteffftter ■ K 60 

Margaret IIoHtord, misc.. Whitewater 6 29 

Anna Uamanl, mine, Whili-wnter S 04 

Lmy A. Hakcr, mliii-.. Whitewater iU 

LiMle llncbPH. mlKc., Wbltewaler -, B 29 

llobert Iti'ltiow. misc.. Whitewater ' 4 29 

Oonielia K. ItogiTS. misc.. Whitewater 4 54 

J. 1(. aherrli-k. inlac.. Wbltewaler 4 54 

Llna G. Holt, misc., Wbltewaler 4 26 






■y^iUU' 



.yn 



Begests of ifoRMAL Scnoois. 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



I Mnry I« McCnlihnu. uilsc., WMteivatcc * 23 

I W. a. WBt«.u. ui.«'.. Uln.-wiiii-r 419 

I uco. L'. Shiittu. luliH.-., WiiiK'Wiilur * •>* 

I UMie 1'. Swan, uilsc., WUltcwotcr 1 6 211 

I Bani H. Iv-vlln, inluc, \liiitf»-ii:.i- 4 ij 

I A. A. Uiiuaiii, misc.. Wlil!i>»i-HH'r J 2S 

I Annie M, c.-uEtn-ll, inEitc., WUIu-wuUt 5 &1 

I Cur'illiip llciidr.i-LiHni, miM'., Wbili-wfllur 4 M 

t iBSlicI r. Wniki-r, rnlK'., Wiiilt-walEr „^™ 

1 T. Jcnklim. Jr., imy n.11, I'lnttcvilu- ^'^ S3 

I J. J. ttrny, fuef, I'liitti^lllo " »» 

I T. JvuklDH, Jr., txKl, I'lmtcvUla 128 g> 

! C. 1, K.oc, uil»o., rintlerllle » I* 

I J«inlnB» tc Xclil«, miultnre. Pliittey lie WOO 

I Kllrer, llunlctte tc Cii., text boults, i'laltrTllle 19.^ UO 

J Wui. il. Umllfy, ml«., l>lattrvllle ,7 70 

I 1>. A. Taylor * Ron, iiKi«r-. cull.. I'laMi'vllU- IIS W 

i Kli-hanlH ic I'o.. Lluiitvd, miliar., rali.. I'latlcvUle .J* ic 

1 Myrllu I.. CaiiJintiT. niiiw.. I'lntlevHle gg 

I lii* A. OaniiiiT. lulsp., I'latti-vllle 8 2C 

i inioniaii H. (H-nllf. ml*-., Imth'TllJe i» 

I Wm. W. Uariln, mine-.. I'lBm-ville........ 7M 

I Vrunk A. UusB. ci|ivai)e. wrvkf, Itoara •* " 

t F. H. Lurd, L-x|ieuiH>, nurvke, Iliinrd W^ 

i G. B. Mc-lHll, ei:i*UNe, Bertlce. Bonril ^f 

! J. Q. Kniitry, exDMUic, Berrlce, Bonn) ^* j^ 

1 T. Ji!iililni(. Jr., eipcnuc, service. Buard 61 » 

( GuKtBV WollntBer, exiiinse, Rervlo', Board & Ji 

I I'-Ivii'ucc O. .Norton, bvu"""^! fxpeniw, Iloatd « =J 

( W. li. WilllnaiB. miw., l-lall.'vllle I •«, 

I Luwna MvHrlde, mine., i'lnttevllle 5"^ 

I Maude M. Averlll. uiIh.--., l-lntteTiUe = * |s 

i Carol Ooir, mine., riuttpvlllc g i" 

i Mna A. l-nBC. inlae., I'Inttcvlllc |™ 

I Annu 8. Wymnn, uilsc., riatt.'yllle 8 TO 

I Jam.'H A. WilKUB, ml»e., I'lattevllle J™ 

i Iiuil>ella ITellow, mlao., I'Inttevjl e »^ 

1 Kosa M. Cheney, mlac., I'lnttevllle » ^" 

1 A. J. lliitton, fxpeuBe, liistltnte » d» 

i Clam SibinstM. mbro., 1 laiter Me « |5 

t Kdilh A. furUy, aiiSC., Flauovllle »^ 

I D. HcGn-jror. misc., I'lattcvl e J» 

1 Allim Ilnrdy. ml-c, I'laltrvlUe f™ 

I F, V. Churchill. mlHC., I'laltevllle '» 

I MyrtaV, Wl.itu.-y, mW., PlntCfvllle 1™ 

! Frank A. WoBS. [lay roil. Suyerlor ^'^^ w 

1 J. T. Hooper, mlHc, 8ii|ierlor " '» 

1 Mcirailmii Coal Co., fm-l. Superior 181 32 

I B. y: KUImn, IlKht, n-pnlTB: water reut, Superior , S» M 

I A. N. Young, mist;.. Supi-rlor J-J g 

1 Juliet V. Yeakle, misc., Supi-rloc i» ^o 

! SoBUn a, Ballcy, misc., Superior J^ « 

I C. A. Donnelly, misc., Superior '^ » 

I Mary P. Carpenter, mlsr.. Siiiierloc Jb ao 

! nuey S. Norton, misc.. Superior J"* 

1 Uraee fioarj-. misc., SupiTlor "£ 

1 I. C. McNeill, misc., Sn|irr!or i » 

I James A. Merrill, mlBC., Superior M^ 

! Mnry S. Morse, misc., Superior |» » 

! Kntlierlne BchlcBCl. misc.. Superior MM 

! Mary A. Krouier. mlsp., Superior 1| « 

t 8. A. LJ-noh. misc., Snperlor «| 

! Annie 1?. Bettes, m lac, Snperlor »| 

I Q. I.. Bowman. mlBC, SuiK-rlor i« » 

I c. W. SmIIL. mlw., Superior J" ^ 

t Coftl A. Merry, misc.. 8np<-rlor J" ^ 

I E. W. Walker, mlHC Superior ..-.-■■■ » oS! S 

1 r R Me. ..11 nay roll. SteveiiB Point .-■■.■ S.WiOl 

\ Bosfou'Enrnlture ft undertaking Co., lurnltare,^ _ Stey- ^^ 

il 28 Francea Mussclman. misc., Stevens Point 



Di;;-izf 



.yCoO'^lc 



Kepokt of the Boaed of 



Lisi of Vourhers Paid, 1000-1901. 



tW Jan. 23 V. E. MH'nKlilll. m'w., Sti>Tc-Ds Point ZZ. 

VM Jail. S 3. W. l,lv1U(t»ton, mlw., StpvcaB Point 2 « 

lUt Jan. Z3 Knnnte R. liray, uiIhc, SCErciiH Paint K 

va Jan. n Jennie It. Ii'addlB, idIbc. Stolons Point ' GK 

V& Jan. ^ Ina U. Fenwlrk. misc.. Sluvcns Point 136 

KM Jan. Sj EltzabeCb F. !iiuip»aa, tnlBc.. Stevens Point iSl 

SUE Jan. 23 Kdgur Jamvn Swlfl. mlao., Stcvi'us Poltit 2 73 

IDS Jan. O Alice C, Clpnient. uilsc, Stevens Point 3 42 

307 Jau. 23 A. tl. SaDtord. mlse.. Ijtevens Point 2 t! 

308 Jaa. 23 Katherlue U. ITa;, misc.. Stevens Point 3 21 

300 Jan. 23 J. V. ColllnB, misc.. Steveua Point ■ ITS 

no Jan. 23 Mary D. Bradford, misc., Superior 68 

SU Jan. 23 (i. E. Cnlver, misc., Stevens Point Z GS 

312 Jan. 23 Allee DeRelnier, mlac, ttlevcDH Point 1 X 

113 Jnii. 23 Ueo. U. Drewry, mlse., Stevi-na Point 13 20 

S14 Jan. 23 R. A. Cook, repairs. Slcveus Point n 93 

315 Jan. 23 C. Kremlis Bros.. Tppalrs, Stevens Point 18 20 

31S Jan. 23 CUorles Si'heiik. uiliic., Stevens Point 13 2-1 

317 Jan. 23 Steveus Point I-IbMIdk Co., llRlit, Stei-ens I'oliit K17 

318 Jan. 23 Crosliy H. (irant, (uruilure, Steveua Point WOO 

319 Jan. 23 Zi'lRler Elec. Co.. appar., cub.. Stevens Point 77 BO 

320 Jan. 23 Qaeen & Co.. Inc.. appar., FUb., Sleveus Point 82 fiO 

321 Jan. 23 T. H. Pray, furniture. SLeveiis Point 13 50 

322 Jan. 23 F. H. Lord, par roll, River Falls 2,3:'5 00 

323 Jan. 23 Q. L'. Pratt, water rent. River Falls MOO 

324 Jan. 23 Caroline K. SUllman. misc.. River (alls lib 

3£ Jan. 23 Belle M. Deans, misc.. Hirer Falls 14 17 

326 Jan. 23 l>ora Ulinilan, misc.. ICIver Falls 14 ti3 

tZl Jan. -a W. J. Hrier. mlse., River Falls 14 17 

32g Jan. !3 A. II Snrace, repnlra, IUvit Falls 92 03 

329 Jan. 23 L. 11. Clark, utlxe.. River Fulls 12 S2 

330 Jan. 33 Ciirrle J, Knillb, uiisc.. River Falls 3 3n 

131 Jan. 23 Florenee M. Tbateber, nilae.. Itlver Falls 14 17 

332 Jan. 23 Lniiru W. PeekliBUi. misc.. River Falls 13 07 

333 Jan. 23 Mrs. J. I,orra1ne Tmesdefl, misc., River Falls 13 42 

334 Jan. 23 Jobnmm & Kmtmn, appar.. cab.. River Falls * 50 

33fi Jan. :!3 Ellxabetli FloiuluK, niloc.. River Kails 12^9 

X.6 Jan. 23 Maliidn K. Real. uilsF.. Klver 1''u11h 7 02 

337 Jan. 23 Lucy K. Pn-khani, mlar., Klver Falls 12 67 

33H Jnn. 23 H. A. Adrian, misc.. Hirer Falls 14 17 

330 Jnn. 23 L'arrle 1'. Pnnlt'e, misc.. River Fails 13 92 

340 Jan. 23 Alice H. Khulli«. mlse.. River Falls 1317 

141 Jan. 23 A. L. l^wintt, misc.. River Falls 15 CS 

342 Jan. 23 J. E. SUxh, mlse.. River Palls 10 17 

343 Jan. 23 HowaiM Farweli Co.. furniture. River t-niis 190 

344 Jan. 23 Eiectrleal EiigluMThiR Co., repairs. River Falls 180 84 

S4S Jan. 23 L. I>. Ilnney, reference IhwIih. RIvor Falls U 00 

346 Jan. 23 Plate Joiimnl I'rinting Co., general eipunaes, Hoard 13 00 

347 Jin. 23 M'ls4-i>iiKln Central Ry. Co., Keneral expeiiscii, Boani .... SO 00 
148 Jan. 23 WykiilT. Seauiaus & BeneiMet. generar expense, Board.. 8 98 

340 Jnn. 23 S. R. Rbekwiiod. salary. Kei'n-Ury 150 00 

350 Jnn.'Jt l-^dua M. <;reenfteld. salary, clerk. Board GO 00 

tEl Jan. 23 C. M. ft Kt. P. Ry.. ftenerni expenses, Boord Go 00 

sea Jan. 23 Albert llarOy, piiienKes, luslltnto 14 75 

353 Jan. 23 W. 11. Frm-Iilirli, Keneral expense. BoanI 64 20 

354 Jan. 23 S. H. Itoehwciml, expenses, Heeretary, BoanI 49 78 

JTiS Jnn. 23 Taylor & llleason, expenses. Institute, BnanI 41 00 

2t6 .Tan. S3 C. M. ft »t. I-ani Ry. Ca., general expenses, Board 150 00 

367 Jan. 23 L. D. Unrvey, gi-ncral eipenwB, Hoard 12 lO 

3M Jnn. 23 L. D. Hatrey. expcnsPH, service. Bnard 137 K 

— - - - (ii,„r|pi, MeKi-nney, mlse,, Milwaukee 3 27 

Emma W. Xbrleves. misc.. Mllwnukee 3 27 

Xliia O. Vaniiernnlker. lulKe.. Milwaukee 3 27 

C. K. Patser. misc.. MllwanW 3 27 

Lnei' Piirrlt Hale, mlar., Mllvankeo 8 27 

M-. II. <;iieeTer. misc.. Mllwankeu 3 27 

Jobn I. JecL misc., Mlliruukep 3 27 

Mvrta M. Wliltney, mlse., Milwaukee 3 27 

l-dullne Wles. uilw.. Mllwankou 8 27 

«'. P. Cnry. mlw., Mllwnnkee 3 27 

E. C. Case. misc.. Mllwankee S 27 

Marie Iconise BarlEht, mliie.. Milwaukee 3 27 

Crace I>arl1uR Wi ., ml-e.. -Mllivankee 3 27 

Florence C. Fox, mlse.. Mllwank.-e I « 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



Keoknts of Normal Schools. 



Lid of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



UTS Feb. 7 C. B. Pray, ta[ae., r.Illn-oukcf 8 IT 

874 I'eb. T Hnrrlet P. liny, nilai;., Milwaukee 8 ST 

STi Feb. T M. A. Bassowlli, misc., Mirwuubw itl 

STB Feb. T Alma BIntsel. misc., MUnauliee S 37 

STT Feb.? Emily W. Strong, misc. MllwnuKce 8 27 

»78 Feb. T I. N. Mltcbell, lulsc., MlHvaukiH- 3 27 

m Feb. T FrsDcca J. JJotpombe, miRC., Mlltruukce 3 27 

880^ Feb. 1 H. B. BottoD, mlBC.. Milwaukee SZI 

381 Feb. 7 Anne H. McNeil. ralBc, Mllwankec 3 27 

Sa Feb. 7 Charles MpK en ny. misc., MUwankce S 14 

ns Feb. T Gnstav Wollaeger, fuel, light, SUIvratikre !S 7U 

lU Feb. 7 Robert BraDil £ SoDB, funiittire. Osbkosli 90 00 

S6 Feb. 7 Freeman B. Dell, lutac, Oalikoali 19 31 

SSS Feb. 7 Margnret D. Freeninn, aalarlca, Oshboab ....! 10 01) 

887 Feb. 7 T. Jenkins, Jr., fuel, Platievllle 274 M 

3S8 Feb. I Cblengo Lolmratory Supply and Scale Co., appar,. cub., 

ftactcTllle -. KT HO 

3£» Feb. 7 PlattevUle Cltf Water Worfia Co., water rent. I',ntlpv111e K 00 

390 Feb. T Plnttcvllle Ulec. Llgbt & Potrer Co., Ugbt. PliittcvllA-,.. 41 G2 

m Ki^b. T it. T. Vcrran, funifciire, rintttvllle 14 i"i 

392 Feb. 7 KlcbanJB & Co., Llmltcil, nppnr, eiib.. I'lattovlUe 3 15 

3S3 Feb. 7 H. H. Llehcnberg, mlac., I'luttcvllle 8 20 

394 Feb. T HalTor Bosetd, Inel, Itiver Fails 60 00 

395 Feb. 7 O. W. Newcomb, (urotlure, Itlver FallH 2 80 

396 Feb. 7 liana Sheiarew, fucl.Rlvpr Falls 120 OO 

197 Feb. 7 C. F. Hull, (nel. River Falla 44 OO 

198 Feb. 7 Stephen Ilroweli. fuel. River Falls 24 00 

339 Feb. 7 Dau Becker, fuel. Klver Falls 9 00 

1 Feb. 7 A. H. Savage, repairs, BUer Fnlla K 42 

1 Feb. I Mrs. B. C. Notliobm, aalatlea. Milwaukee 27 GO 

1 Feb.? Whitewater Lumber Co., repairs, Whitewater 26 B3 

- ■ - ■ , Wfiilr - "" 



m Feb. 7 Albert Hallalxiry, misc., WfiKenateT 

»l Feb. 7 Albert SallBbury, mlac, etc., Whitewater 47 08 

«6 Fcl>. 7 t'. 1. Kill)!, reiialrs. Whitewater, Plattevllls 75 00 

406 Fob. 7 II. Kieluhnmmer, repairs, PlatlcvIUe * "" 

407 Fell. 7 Oeo. R. Potter, bnllJing, StPVPUa Point 1,874 10 

408 Fell. T A. C. MoCliirg i Co., rerere[nrcliookii..KtereaB Point 41 J3 

m Feb. 7 Brott, Foreaman & Co.. test booka, Stevens Point Ifi io 

410 Feb. 7 Allyn & Bacon, text liooka, Btevcua Point S6 33 

411 Feb. T a. S. Rockn-ood. expense, Boant. Incldentnla, ln«C1tute.. 19 SE 

412 Feb. 7 Charles McKciiiiy, misc., Milwaukee 9 SS 

413 Feb. 7 D, Metiregor, misc.. Pliittevllle 1140 

414 Fell 7 T. B. Prav, mlw-., Stevens Point V. 47 

415 Feb. 7 K. II. IlalRpj. mlat., Oabkonh iS 7j 

416 Feb. 7 W. J. Brier, mlat.. River Fails 2? 4= 

417 Fell. 7 Albert Sallal.ncy. mlBC. Whitewater i 67 

418 Fell. 7 I. C. McNeill, misc., Snperlor 36 1.. 

413 Feb 7 A K. Thoiniiaon. eipensi'a, sen'lfe. Board si H 

420 Feb. 7 F. II. LonI, pxpenM'a. aervlce. Bonril 31 a 

4"1 Feb 7 Frank A. Rohb, eipenaes, servlci'. ooanl 11 bO 

4!3 l-'eli. 7 T. I.. JenkiiiK, Jr., expense, service, IloanI 24 50 

423 l''pb 7 fiuBlnv Wollneger, expenses, service. Hoard 31 M 

424 IVb. 7 J. O. Rmery, ('xpeasea, service. Board . ,S S 

A Feb. 7 Giiffliv Wotlneger, limlget. Milwaukee J-i?? ?? 

B IVh.7 A. E. Thomrison, hndget. Osbkoah ^■?-'l U 

r Fell. 7 T. .leiikluH. Jr.. liuilgit, nettevllle Bpi 57 

D Fell 7 Frwinan H, Lord, budget. Hirer Falls l.Wi '» 

K Feb. 7 (1. K. JieDlll, budget. Wi-venn Point ^■?]! S 

F Fell. T Frauk A. Itiisii. liiiilget, Supprlor J-ll? K 

n Fell. 7 Z. P. Heaeh, imrtgi'l, tthrtewnter "■■■■; «1™ SI 

415 Feb. !7 Jnmea O. IlaTldimii, general eitepnsPH, Boanl *^?S2? S 

426 Feli.27 Janus O. Davldaon, luturcat on loan, BoanI l?",! !S 

497 Feti. a (iiistav Woliaeger, pny roll, Milwaukee •■*■„? s! 

428 Fell 27 Wis. Klwlrlcnl rnnstraetlnu Co., repairs. Milwaukee.... 24 00 . 

^ Fell 27 Felte & Mi-j-er Trial Co.. fuel. Milwaukee 4M 43 

430 Feli.2T T. E. Cbatfleld. raise.. Milwaukee.. . , « - 

431 Feb. 2T A. K. •niompann. pay Ml. Oshkoah.. 4,219 .^ 

422 Feti. 27 Sadie 1). Tanner. Hnlarles Oslikiwh 10 SO 

m Feb. 27 I.uey A. Potter, as lariea. Oshk.mh...... M™ 

431 Feb. 27 Oshkn^h Water Wka. Co.. water rent. Oshknah 92 SO 

M Feb.a7 Osbke-h (ins Light Co.. fnel. I e:it. Oshkoah s 30 

43« Feb. 27 Olga !.. Poller, salaries. Oshkiwb. ...... 18 97 

«7 Feb E7 CnVik ft Bniwn I.lnie To., feel, iidhkosh 810 S3 

m Feb! 27 Annie Hejiiolds, salaries. Osbkosh 1180 

D,;rizpd;:yC.OO'^Ie 



Kepokt of the Boaed of 



lA^t of Vouchers Pmd, 1900-1901. 



438 KpIi. 21 T. Ji'nklna. Jr., pny roll, PlattevEUe 

411 Fi-I.. il7 T. Jrultins, Jr., fuel, I'lalteviue. 

44S VAt. 21 F. II. Lera, pay roll, River FallB. 

443 t'l'li. 2J Howe It AiiiHwonli. fuel. HItit K 

'" ■ "I'll. 37 Monce MiillKirft. fui 

... _ ell. ■" '— ■ " — .<-■ 

416 Feb. „ ,,^ , 

147 Fil>. Z! Halvor HoHltl. fael, Klrer 

44* Feb. 27 Ktfpbrn Brovell, hii-l. Hirer roiis 

449 Feb. 27 C. V. HnH. fuel. Klver ►'nllB 

4£0 Feb. n N. E. Johlisoii. fuul, Blrei Falls 



___ _ i-b. 27 IlniiH I*. Betvwus, f uel. IHver Falli 
432 Feb. n Ole Nelson, fn- *■ — '- 



465 Feii! 27 tr'E* t^lW pay roll'/ aieTenVrolDt 

451 Fell. 27 T. 11. rray, npiitir., cab., (urnlture, Stcrcns Point 

49S Feb. 27 Collu A. SntU. mlac.. flteruni I-ofnt 

4M Frh. "7 Amcrlran Book Co., test bnnks, Slevens Point 

4-i7 Feb. 27 Rami McNally Co., ref. books. SlcTrna I'alut 

45S Feb. 27 HaHtliiga MKilll, fuel, StfvrDS I'olut 

469 Fi-b. 27 MMr>- B. TanuHr. mUr.. SteveoB I'oliil 

46) Feb. 27 Allan D. Conorer, liiillilliie, Stevono Point 

461 Feb. 27 F. II. »c-ehrlfl. mlac, Klvvciis Point 

463 FMk 27 Cnrrie M.Ji. HUBHea. Bilwc.. Stpvens Point 

463 Feb. 27 Frank A. Ross, pay roll, Suiietior 

461 Feb. 27 Ben]. Finch, fuel, iiiinerlor 

4m Feb. 27 Snp, Water, I.l^t A Power Co., Ilitht, water reut, Sup. 

466 Feb. 27 X. P. Bmcb, pay rail, Whitewater 

467 Feb. 27 Whitewater Rleptrlc tiRht Co.. llcbe. Whitewater 

4BS Felt 27 Whitewater Water Works Co.. water rent. Whitewater 

463 Feb. 27 3, Q. Emery. ei|>esne, board 

470 Feb. 27 Ktloa M. (ireenUelU, clerk, aalnry, nonrct 

4TI Feb. 27 8. S. Itoekwood, salary, neeri'tary, Boaiil 

472 Feb. 27 A. 3. lliillon, eipeuse. Inxtlliile 

473 Feb. 27 W. H. Kills, nilw., Plalelvllle 

474 Feb. 27 3. Q. Kuiery, expi-nHP. B'mnl - 

475 Feb. 27 II. Mooern Co., repulrg, I'latlevllle.... 
^^ ».__ A- .. . \vollHeiter, nay roll, Mllwaukei 

& Meyer CoalCo., fuel, JlUwauk., 

r Vtullaefcer, fuel, light. Milwaukee... 



05 I 



4SI S 

4R2 Sar.K KKpenhaiii 1-, _ - 

4!>3 Mar. 27 Uand MeNally Co., appnr., cab., Mllwnnkee 

484 Mf.r. 27 A. C. Mi;<'luni & Co., ret. bonkH, OBlikwli.. 

"^ Mar. 27 Liht A. I*otler, aalnrles, O»l^kol■^ 

; Mar. 27 Annie Iteynolilv. salaries, OBhkniil 

487 Har."27 Smile I>. Tnniier, lalarlex, Oshkoah 

4SS Mar. 17 Tt.bey Furniture! Co.. furniture. Oabknsli 

" ■ — Ixlihosli Cna LlRht Co.. fuel. Ileht. Osbkoah... 



490 Mar. 27 A. K. Tboinpioii, pay roll, Osbk' 'i ^'J?.' S 

4B1 5 nr. 27 Cook & nrawD Lime Co., fuel. I'Shkosh 3(t ->2 

492 5 nr. 27 The Wollacfnr Mfn, Co., fnmlture, Mllwsnki* 61 «[ 



r. 27 F. II. Lord, pay mil, Mlver F 



496 Mac. 27 liana Sheldrew. fueV River Falls 

497 Tt ar. 27 F. !>. r.nsl(-n, fnmltnre. River Falls .. 

49B T-KT.n S. n. Tolii-y. inlae.. River Falls 

4M> Mar. 27 Allan 1'. Weill, light. RIitt Falls 

BOO Mar. 27 O. W. Newenmb, tnriiltnre. River Falli 

5fll Mar. 27 T.uilwla Tjirleii. fnel. River Tnlls 

502 Mar. 27 3. H. Wllbelm. fnel, Ulver Foils 

603 Jlfar. 27 Monee Mnlberp, fnel. Rli-er Falls 

6nl Mar. 27 O. B. ilelllll, pay roll, Hlevens Point, 

6(i5 Mar. 27 UnslinBii MpOlH. fuel. Blevena Point... 

508 Mar. 27 Riiekln^fhain i Enftliery, r'- °' — 



607 Mar. 27 Delaney ft Moen, raise., Btevens I'nii 

" "■ ' ° y, nilse., Pti "■ 

mls''.. SI ever 



; 5Inr! 27 W. J. Shamway nilse., Pteve 



SIO ilnr. 27 Kmiiion^ Rurr, 

611 Mar. 27 A. O. (ireen. fi 

612 Mar, 27 Sfev™« Point 
E13 Mnr. 27 Chnrlos SiTlbm 



Dis-|zp(i:-y^iUUV 



Rege^jts of Normal Schools. 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



KH 5Inr. ST A. C. ircriiiri; & Co.. rof. liookn, Stevens I 

BIS Sljir. 27 Post miirllnx Co., ref. iHtota, Sleveng Poiti 

MS Mar 27 M, S. FrnwL..y, mmu.. Stercnn Point 

■}I v"- " '^e^fSP "■ Rrpwry. misc., Stevpns Point... 



, Stevpna 



nr. 27 Rnrirh & I^omb Opt. Co., appar. 
ir, 27 P™bp Humnlirey Hardware Co., 
or. 27 Supprlor Wiiter. Light * Power 



530 Mnr. ZT Jpnnlp Llatmnn, nalnrlea, Superior 

621 Mnr. 27 Rnrirh & I^nmb Opt. Co., appar, enb.. Snncrjor.. 

I" liar, 27 P™bp Humplirey Hardware Co., (iirnllnre, Snnorli 

light, wate 



E2* Mar. 27 Herine Fnprro.V'Snpprlor!.'!."!.'!.'.'." 
625 ilnr. 27 MrOllihon Coal Co.. (iipl, Bnperlor. 
528 Mnr. n L C. MpXcIH, mlae., Snporlor 



.27 Orana Rapids Honai- For. Co., fliroltnre. Superior 36 00 

Mar. 27 Z. P. Itpai-li. par roll, Wliltcwatei- 2,76100 

I Mnr. 27 Am Si-hool Fum. Co., furnltnrp, WUtewater 9 00 

Mar. 27 VorlhweHipm Co., fiirnltnrp. Whitewater «« 00 

; Mnr. 37 A. W, Allleon. rerinlrH. Whltewnter 82 BI 

:, 27 WUlPWalPr Klpplrl^ Llpiht Co., Itjrht, Whitewater 12 21 



- - - Whitewater... 

r. 27 L. D. Hnri-ey. hicWpntnl, rnsflliite 



1 Mnr. 37 Alliprt Ilanlj-, ( 

' Mnr. 27 AllHTt Hnvilv. eippnap, inMiciirP 2ii ra 

K5S Mnr. 27 V.. W. Walker, exppnsp. Instldito 62 56 

S39 Mar. 27 W. H. Thpever, eipenseB, Instltutp « K! 

HO Mnr. 27 A. J. Hntlrm, pippnae. Inslltiite It! 23 

Mar. 27 Allvprt Hani r, ei pen »p. Inatltntp B TU 

Mar. 27 W, C, Hewitt, expensea, Inatllotc 40 Bfl 

Mnr. 27 H. A, Adrian, enpenaea, Instltiite 19 9S 

Mnr. 27 H. A. Adrian, eipendcs, Ineirfute ,., 16 -■Ml 

Mar, 27 H. A. Adrlnn, expenapa, Insfllnpl », 14 Ji 

Mar. 27 H. A. Adrian, expenses. Institute 19 30 

Mar. 27 B. R. Roekwnod. anlnry, sepretnry. Bonrrl r" 00 

aMr. 27 8. S. Roekwood. pipenne, aecretnty, Baanl 1" 10 

Mar. 27 F. A. Rnsn. exppnw. Bonrd 2» 94 

I Mar. 27 Edna M. Orppnflpld. anlnir. clirk. Bonrd WOO 

Mnr. 27 Chlenao. Mil. & St. Paul By., m-o, ei„ Hoard BO OO 

Miir. 27 Chi. & Nortliweatern, gen. ei.. Board lEO M 

Mar. 27 Walter R. Carr, mlac, Oahkoah ,-... BOO 

Apr. 24 (JnstnT WollnPBer, pKT roll, Mllwankee !,3Sn !« 

i Apr. 24 Northwenlpm Fnrn. Co.. mrnltnre. MllwiiDkee K 00 

Apr. 24 Stark Rrolhera To., fnrnllnre, Milwaukee 7S 00 

' Apr. 24 A. N. Mevpr, wnfpr rent, Mllwanhec '7 liS 

I Apr. 24 QnBlHT WollaPjWT, fnel. llRht. MUwnnkee M 5« 

aoV Apr.. 24 A. K. Thnmpson, pny roll, Oahkosh 4,11'r'O 

MO Apr. 24 Oahkosh Water Worka, wntpr rpnt, Oshkosh 93 SO 

RCl Apr. 24 Thrpsher * Son. repalra, Oahkish !P, Xt 

B62 Apr. 24 Cook & Brown Lime Co., niM. Oahkoah - 117 40 

663 Apr. 24 Kdw. W. Frpda. renalri. Oahkoah 2i » 

504 Apr. 24 Ltiry Potter, anlnrlpa, Onlikoah 20 00 

sen Apr. 24 111. Hieo. Co., repairs. Oahkoah 20 57 

B6B Apr. 24 Alfrpd L. Bohhlns-Mnrtln Co.. nnpar., cnl... Oehkosh., 70*0 

5ff7 Apr. 24 Sadie D. Tanner, aalarlca, Oshkosh S 80 

Ses Apr. 24 Annie Rernolda. anlarlea. Oahkoah 7 00 

.■>«» Apr. 24 OahkORli Gas LlRht Co.. (npj. Ileht. Oahkoah 17 4n 

BTO Apr. 24 T. Jpnklna. Jr., par roll. PlnttoTllle 2,6^ oo 

671 Apr. 24 I. A. Henrv, repnlrB. Plnttevlllp .19 « 

B72 Apr. 24 3. A. npnry. repnlm. riattevllle 39 W 

673 Apr. 24 R. T. Verran, repairs. PlBttevllle 8'' 00 

574 Apr. 24 P. H. I^ird. pny roll. River Falls e,27S 00 

F75 Apr. 24 Wellpslev Vnnnttn. Iliht. River FallB l-'i « 

670 Apr. 24 fi. E. MpPIU, pny roll, Stpvpnn Point 2.W7 RO 

E77 Apr. 24 Rlinw Walker Co.. mlac, Bt even a Point 6 "O 

E78 Apr. 24 Opo. B. Potter, rppnlra. Rtevena Point 81 «• 

679 Apr. 24 W. * L. E. Onrley. nppnr., eah., Rtevena Point l.-o 00 

680 Apr. 24 Charles S. Bowman, appar., rah.. Stevens Point 1' 0(1 

KUl Apr. 2* Stpvpns Point r.lchflna Co.. llEht. Stevens Point W " 

582 Apr. 24 F. MolakI, repairs. RtpvenB Point 1;^ 

683 Apr. 24 Llhrarv Bnrenn, fnmltnre. Stevens Point 1*00 

ES4 Apr. 24 Mnry K. Poyle. misc., Stpvpns Point . „51 il 

BSS Apr. 24 Frank A. Ro«s. pav roll, Snperlr- •> iin on 

680 Apr. 24 Allee H. ShiiltPB. mlsr.. Snpprlo 

S87 Apr, 24 H. F. Cowdln. repalra, Bnperlor. 



Di:;-iz?.):-y^J 



Wogle 



Report of tjik Boakd of 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 











m 


Apr. 24 






























































tXK 
































a* 




m 


Mar !3 


mK 


May ffl 














fi/i\ 




































KtH 


Stny 22 










































m 




<H1 




























Mt 
















fiSi 




















667 





Jpnnip I.tstmnn, im1»ri™, Superior IE {» 

anniTlnr Water. Light * Power Co., Uglit, wnter rent, 

SappHor 62 » 

Pred Meiiart, sppnr., cnLi.. SnperloT 19 C4 

Z. V. Benrh, pny roll. Whllewiilpr S,7bS (» 

G. W. Poliurn, fiipl. Wliltftnlpr » 602 27 

Whltpwolcr Watpr Works Tn.. wnlpr rent, Whitewater 75 CD 

n. M. Lawton, wilnrled, Wliltewnlpr 7 IS 

IHverRlUe Printing Oninpaoy, kkh. ex.. Board 75 B5 

Wis. Cen'I Hallway Co.. gen. ^x.. Bo«m SO DO 

S. S. nockn-oort, aalury. necrelnrj-, Boarfl ISO 00 

W. A. RtniPk & .Co., Ben. ex.. Board S 00 

R. S. noekn-OQii, uen. pi., Bonrcl fO 

Kilns M. Grcenflpld, miary, rierk. Bonnl tfToO 

Srate Joiimal Frltitlntr Co.. Board. Institute 37 75 

W. H. Oheerer, exppnse. Balarr, Inmltnte 70 27 

Albert Hardy, eipenapa. salary. IiiBtltnte 71 W 

W. C. Hpivltt. eippnae, aalary, InBtltoff 7" m 

A. J. Ilutton. *ipenspf>. salary. Tnnrltiite FB 81 

J. W. Uvlniraton, exppnspn. salary, lustltnte 79 05 

R. B. DadKeon, Inc. lUBtltate s no 

3. W. I.Irlnmlon. cipensp. Inslltnte (9 37 

E. W. WolkPt-. expense. Inslitnte 25 9J 

H. A, ArJHan. expenso, sniarv. Inslitnte SI 60 

E. W. WaiUer. expense, aalary. Institute S9 ffi 

Taylor ft fiipaBOD, Inc., Inatltute 277 50 

G. E. MeDill, eipensp, Board 6100 

Geo. R. Potter, repairs. Btevens Point (error til rorrect 

B78) tX 

GDBlar WollaeRer, pay roll. Milwaukee 3,ff14 00 

Giiatar Wollnpfcer. fnel. llnht. Milwaukee lit M 

Chi. La1>. Supply & Seale Co.. aopar,, cab., Ulltrankee.. 7 1=0 

A. K. Thompson, pay roll, Oahknah 4,24R SO 

E. fl, Kiiillh, apnar., cab.. Oaliltnsh 19 00 

nshkOflh Gna Light Co., fuel. Ilgbt, Osbkosh IS ffi 

Annie Iteynnlils. anlarips, OKhkosh 11 to 

I,uey A, hotter, salaries, Oabkoah 10 00 

T. Jenkins. Jr.. pav roll, Oahkoah !,»B 00 

F. n. I.ord. par roll. River Falls «,3a< Oft 

Agnus Pnnn, repnlrs. niver Falls 10 no 

D. E. Jones, repairs. RIvi.r Falls 9 « 

D. A. OKtntm, repairs, Btrer Fall* 13 60 

Beni & anhnKon, repairs. Rlrer Fall* S« 

K. O. Rollins, repairs. River Falls 2 00 

Mary -I. Bradfonl. mise., Rlrer Falls .j.. 17 19 

». n. ToI.ey. nilse.. River Falls 9M 

B. B. Jaelfon, mlac. River Falls IBM 

(1. K. Meimi, pay roll, Slevens INiInt 1,976 BO 

A. C. Hamilton, misc., Stevens Point SI » 

EUln It. Shennnt. anpar., eah.. Stevens Point 12 75 

A. «. Green, fuel. Stevens Point « 60 

John W. Curtis, mlse., Stevens Point BOO 

T. n. I*mv. inlse., Stevens Point 28 » 

Frnnk A. Ross, par roll. S"tJerlor »,41B 00 - 

Superior Water, llfrht & Power Co., light, water rent, 

H-iperior » OJ 

Jennie Mstman. salaries. Knperlor IB » 

Fri'd Meilnrt, riimltnre, Snnerior 12 00 

Peter Mellonalil. repairs, Superior «» 

John Frniiey. repairs. Superior 7W 

Sims Coal Co.. fuel, Si.pertor . I?* 2 

7,. P. Beaeh. nay roll. Whitewater '■™ S 

Whitewater Klec. T.leht Co. tlgbt, Whitewater CM 

C. P. Cary. tnlsc., Whitewater 514 

R. 8. Rnekwood. Hillary, secretary. Board I?! H 

Wis. Con-1 B.v. Co.. gen. ei„ Bonni 100 00 

Kdna M. Oreenfleld. salary, elerk, F""-rt ,g «[ 

Chi., Mil. & Rt. P. Rr., gen. ei.. B--"' 15"* 

Chi., Northwestern Ry., gen. ei.. B^nril IJ* * 

Wis. Cenll Rv. Co.. gen; ex.. Bo-' » » 

H. B. Rockwood. expense, aerretary r- — "1. Inc., Instltnte «■ 

W. H. Cheever, expense, salary. lnKl1t"tP « 0* 

Denioerat Printing Co., ref. books, acbools, gen. ei., __ „ 

Board <W» 

J. O. Kestol, mtsc., Whitewater 10 » 

Di;;-|z?.i:-v^>UUVIL 



Reoexts of Normat, Schools. 



List of Vouchers Paul, 1900-1901. 



I J. Q. KmprT, «ipeDue8. serrlc^ps. Bnnnl 1S4 Gt 

; Q. E. MrDitr, eipenaps, repvlep. Board 18171 

I y. H. I»nl. eipenses. Berrtce. BobfJ lf£ M 

I A. E. TbonipsoD, eipfDB«. B«rT§op. Board 13i E9 

1 L. D. tiBrvi'y, eipcuBPs, service, Board 152 n 

I Gustav WollBeeer, fuel, light. Ullwaokee 18 W 

I 8. S. Bni-kwood, eipenses. seccetarj-, Board, Inc., Inet... MM 

I UuBtav Wollaeger, eipenaes, secvlce. Board 91 K 

i T. Jenklna. Jr. expeneea, een-l». Board £3 U 

8 M. A. BoBBewlti, iuIbc, Mllwankee 4n 

8 E. C. rase. ihIbc., Milwaukee 4W 

S C. E. Patcec, misc.. Milwaukee 4X 

8 ThoB. H. Rentle. mlac.. Mlliraukee ISIS 

s Kelte & Mej-er Coal Co., fuel, Mllwankee Ml 91 

S A. E, ThumpBon, pap roll, OBbkoBb 4,302 St 

3 Aimle Uernolds, safarlea, Oshkoah 9 «B 

8 K. B, Itamery, repairs, OBbkOBfa 56 W 

8 LucT A. Potter, salarleB, Oahkoah 20 CO 

S Cook A Brown Lime Co., fael, Oshkoth 41 « 

S V. B. Dell, mlBC., OBbhOBtl 13 29 

8 Caroline IleudrlrkBon, mlse., OHhko^ 23 W 

B F. K. Mlti'bell. nilBO.. OBhkasb 6 10 

8 Sndle I>. Tanner, aalarlea, Oahkosh 17 00 

8 Wm. De Kelver, salaries, OBlikoBh 25 00 

8 T. Jeuklna, Jr., ms roll. Plattevllle 2,eS5 00 

8 It. T. ViTron. repalrB, rinttevllle 60 00 

8 Rose C. Swart, misc., Platleilllp ' 22 37 

8 E. C. PeriBho. mlse.. Plaltevllle E « 

S Wm. H. nuilley. mler.. riatleville 5 40 

a p. II. I^nl, pay roll, lllvw Fnll« 3,335 0* 

8 A. L. EwluB. misc.. River Fells IT T» 

8 Allen P. Weld, eltr treaxurer. Ilnbt. Blver Falls 10 5t 

S O. R. McDll!. par roll. Stevens Point i.9<rr » 

8 Stevens Point Water Co.. water rent. Stevens Point.... line* 

S Alli'in DeUlemer. tnlap.. Stevens I'olnt IX 9» 

S (J. E. Culver, mine.. Stevens Point 18 5* 

S E. MeGIaehlln, mlse.. Slevena Point 3W 

S A. O. ftreen. (ueL Etevenn I'olnt 28 f» 

S Fmnk A. Robs, pay roll, Stiperlor !,«6 M 

8 Jnmes A. Merrill, mlxe.. Superior 23 » 

8 Tlie Jewell Kurnery Co.. mlBp., Superior 60 0» 

8 Sup. Water, I.lclit A Power Co.. lleht. water rent. Sup. 38 0» 

8 Northwpfteni Fuel Co., fuel, Superior 114 80 

8 Peter MoDniialil. rennlrs. Superior 45 « 

8 Z. P. Beaeti, pay roll. Whitewater 8,775 00 

8 J. H. NattranB. misc., Whllewnler 9 30 

8 Franklin Zellhoefer. Hilnrleii. Whitewater SI fiO 

8 J. Earl Baker. anlnrleB, M'ttltewater 16 00 

8 nir ChrlHtoplienmn, nalarles, Whitewater 16 00 

S Mnrinn Knowlton, saliirles, Whitewater 15 00 

8 John I'. WIIllnmK. salnrles, Whitewater 22 16 

S Whitewater Electric Llirht Co.. light, Whitewater 13 « 

8 W. S. WnlBon. mlse,, Whitewater 2 7t 

8 A. A. I'phani. mlse,, Whllewnter 2 71 

8 Comelln E. Rosen, mine., Whitewater 2 71 

8 K, S. Rockwooil. salarv. secretnrr. Board I'l 00 

S Fdnn M. (Irrenneld. knlary, elerk. Board 60 00 

8 <^ & S. W. It)-. Co., pen. e\,. Boniil 150 00 

8 W. r. Hewitt, expenwM, aalaiT. Institute 33 80 

8 J, ^7. L'vtnRstou, eipenses, Bnlar;'. Instltnte SOS 

8 W. II. Cheever, eipenses In»tltnte...: 16 6i 

S .1. T. Hii>rer. eipenses. loBtltnte 12 40 

8 H. S, Itoi'kwood. expenses, secretary, Boan' 32 a 

8 Wliionn Merrick, sen. ei.. Bnard 4 71 

8 BavliI Tiiorne, mlsc,, Plattevllle JIB 

8 Itnvld THorue, misc.. Plattevllle 9 7; 

8 Oustav Wolloeger. pny roll. Mllwankee 1,670 00 

S J. I. .lent. mlse.. Mllwankee 4M 

8 Cliarles M.-Kenny. mlar.. Mllwankee 19 79 

8 I, X. MltehPll, misc., Milwaukee 4 «• 

8 Flora M. Blum. Ken. ex. Board 16 U 

1 GuHtav WollneKer, Imilget. Milwaukee I.a37« 

! A. E. Thompson, hurleet. OKhkosh I'llS 

I T. Jenkins. Jr.. Imdtvt. Plattevllle RST IS 

B F. II. Lord, budget. Rlrer Falla 848 U 



Dr;-izf 



ry^^-OOl^Ie 



Repobt of the Boabd ( 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1900-1901. 



; i"^' S **■ ^~ Mcnni, hnilROl, Slpvenn Point l.lfflM 

■ July 2 Frnnk A. Kobh, nuilgPt. Hnpcrlor l.;:i'J .-3 

1 July 2 Z. 1'. BPHpli. liuilgt.i. WhltpnatiT l,t!i; « 

July 3 Sinnflard I'rliillnK & fitn. Comiiiiiiv. r'-:uliiic Milwiiukce IB* i' 

1 July 3 J. lUy Murlin, npimr., c.ih.. <IRblif»<1t 1« «» 

i July 3 OnMli! Pierce I'riiiilUE ('nrnpHD}-, prlntluE. OshlcoHb Ki » 

3 July 3 Jt. N. (Joddnrd. miw., OahtoHii 6 10 

* July 3 OBhkoHh Gab I,EKlit Company. ("leU llBUt. nnhkiJiib W 25 

i July 3 Baasi-Ii A Loinli nnt. Cd.. nnpar., cnli.. Oidikwli i^'Ji 

S July 3 O. J. SphUBtpr, mlnr., OBbk<wh %'S 

7 July 3 Fred Wiutolir. rPimfrB. Oihkosb 1 J Ti 

R July 3 nicks PrlnllnR Company. nilHr.. Oshkosli 3 On 

9 July 3 KayrrnCt. Moypr & noinnbe. Iiuliaiiie. OBbkoBb l.Eiwnii 

July 3 K. II. HnlHpy, Oshkonh, iiilRc 34 M 

1 July 3 0. (;. BrldRfflBti. nDlnrlcB, OiihkOHb 10 00 

1 July 3 II. R. KIlriBi nppur.. onli.. OshkOHh 14 3) 

i July 3 WTFknir. H<>fluinnK & Iti>npdiPt. lUiw.. OBl'koiih 47. Mi 

i July ! Alfri>d L. KoUlilnH, Martin Co., nppnr., ciTi.. OshkoBli.... SOU 

5 July 3 UnrlDe BlnliiRlral Labontnry, nri'DT., cub:, I'lattovlllc 7 8" 

a Jul/ 3 Ki>Mi M. Cbpnpy. mlw.. l>inltt>vlil«' S -if. 

7 July 3 I.llirarx Bnrcan, furoltnrp. I'Ultrrlllc Gd" 

4 July 3 Chi. Lnb. Sapply and Rcnie Cn.. nprnr, cab., Plattcvltie 14 IS 

H July 3 J. n. BvniiB, Ifftbt. l>latli>rlllp K9 aS 

I) July 8 Edwanl Koogli Preiis. nrlnllufi, Itlvcr FallB 14R on 

I July 3 Wm. Donlry. wpnlr". dupprlnr 150 

Z July 3 Amelia Rnl>ln, iinlnrtt>ii. Siipprtnr WM 

1 July 3 NoMhwPntcrn Fuel Coiuimny, fuel, Superior IIS 35 

» Jnly 3 L. A. WIlllaraB, nilsp,, Superior 27 1« 

5 Inly 3 !(. B. IIiiW.clE. mlHC. Wlillewnter .' 2(i SS 

B July 3 Albert Snllaluiry. mlsr.. Wliltpwntpr M 47 

7 Jnly 3 E. P. Tne. nrhillnE, Wbltpwnler IST «1 

a July 3 The anitlnel. nilBc-., Onhkosh. Stpveuii Pnltil 610 

J Jnly 3 rpmocrnt PrlntlnR Cnmpnnv, Hoard, lustitute, OKhkosb 137 00 

t Jnir 3 S. 8. Roekirood, gpa. ei.. Board IB 9S 

1 Jnly 3 Cbl. & Xorthwetein Ity. Co., Keneml exnenscs, Itoard,, Snm 

t Jnly 8 W. P. firlndpll ft Son, himltnre, Plnttevllle 10 OO 

I .Inly 3 J. Q. Kmery. pxp^naei. wttIcp. Hoard !9 » 

I Jnly 3 A. E. Tlininpsnn, expi<nKeH. BPn-tii>. Board 43 110 

j July 3 P. II. r-oril. ejpeniiM, derrlcp. Bonr"! 87 70 

S Jnlr 3 O. E. Mt-nill. cipeiiseB, serrlec. Board 85 31 

7 July 3 T, Jenkinn, Jr., eipi-nwti. servlee. Ilnnr^ a BO 

1 July 3 r.nntav AVollnpfiPr. eipcii»p». wrrlee. Board 86 BO 

) July 3 Z. P. Beaeb. expenseB, service. Board 64 IS 

) Jnly 3 Frank A. ll'iBa, CKpenaeR. wrrlpp. Bonrd »2 S5 

[ July S Cbnrlps McKpnny, mliip., Milwaukee 13 M 

2 July 3 .R. II. Ralspy, ralBC, OBlrkosh 32 60 

5 Jtily 3 It. Mcnretfor, inlac, Plattevllle IS ns 

( July 3 W, I. rtrier. mlBC, Hlver Fall. 86 K 

1 JiilT a T. n. Pray, mlac., Stpvpiw Point «i 50 

S July 8 I. C. McXetll. misc.. Superior 3& 80 

7 July 3 Albert RallBliury, mlBe., Wliltpwatcr 10 47 

n July 3 A. A. Tpbam. mlBC, Whitewater 1122 

» July 8 T. JenkfuB. mtsc.. rtc., PlnttPTllte 9S SS 

D July 3 R. If. liaise*. mlBC, OtbkOBb 12 03 

I Jnly 3 Albert Rall-burir, misc., atatloiieir, Whitewater 77 *!> 

i July 8 TliP OrosK Ilnrilwnre Co., appar. cab., Slllwaiikee TK 

1 July 8 Johnnou ICIeptrle Sen'lee Company, repairs. atPveriB Point 34 IS 

t July 8 Johnann f^lpi-trlr RprrlcH Co.. repalrB, Milwankee !i 00 

S Jnly 3 JobuBon Klectrle Service Tompaiiy, repairs, OBbkoah 17^ 

; JtiIv 3 r, I. Klne. mlae., T\Ti!tpwalpr 4 ?2 

I Jnly 3 Allan D. Couover, bulldlne. ECerens Point K37 M 

Total t33t,l« e 



Pd.yGoogIe 



Eeoknts of Normal Schools. 



Classified Expendihires of Schools. 






isBSIlis 



s- -■ "■ s 



so^r-i5i-aco--Hi?5?SiS 









ilagiis^^i^ 



: :3 ; 


m 


ill 



3 
"d 
3 
3 ■ 

<B3 6.fc jBfiKMxaJH^ 



as |8SS 






,(r.oogle 



Ekpobt of the Boabd of 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1901-1902. 



1901-1902. 

t?be following is a complete list of the vouchers paid by au- 
thority of tbo Board of Regents of Normal Schools frcm July 
31, 1901, to July 'i, 1902, inclusive, and tbo total expenditure 
reported in the budgets of the Resdient Regents, which is fol- 
lowed by a schedule of classified expenditures for the annual 
period. 



nlrM GuitoT Woimrttfr, pny roTl, MMw.inkce (SiS M 

~>\j-il A, K. Nw'-r. Bitlrr tfiil, iun«niil».- 6i S J 

ily 31 D. M. lIurbiunUR, >npnr., rnli., Mllnnukn- 9^ 

.ilT 31 ChiirlM UpKcdiu. iiiIhi-., Milwankiv &« 

Dlf 31 UuKlav WollncRvr, fuel. llKbl. miwnaki'e 8 70 

uly 31 A. K. TbuiiilHuiii, uay mil, <lKlikiHtli ^''S. 

■Uy 31 JiiiiK'S Jfflikliw & Ci<., mine. OslikaRU 9J « 

ilv SI -Krai, t NfVltt. niliif., OKllkohh ISO 00 

liy 31 TUB r. A. NkholH ("n., ref.-rcni-e liouks, Oxhkosb SM 

Ily 31 HI. I'^lpctrlc Co.. repnlni, Onlikniih in 

iLy 81 UBlikciBli Waltrworkb Co., unlrr iviii. O^hki-U 92 M 

Illy 31 (). h: llnll, nniinr., nli.. rrt. Uaoia, 0«bk,;>ih E7 75 

ulySl II. R. I'lna. inlW.. OiJikouli JJO 

[u!y ai JnliLi llnwlIiKi. ri>|ialre. I'latti-vIUc Sr 00 

[illy 31 F. 11, Lonl. pay roll, UlTcr Falls K* « 

[uly 31 Allen I'. Wptd. llsbt, ItlTi-r Fnllx ^ " 

luly 31 Uet Forers & Co.. ntrrfiiev Ixmks. Hlvir FhIIs l^g K 

ruly 31 (1. B. >RI>1II, pny roll, RtMCim I'olut I^ 69 

■uly 31 John Bice & Bro. Co.. rpiiiili'i, Btevi-na I'olut . JI i9 

uly Jl lii-o. K. I'ntti^. bnllil dr. Stfri-uii I'otnt 2,210 00 

luly 31 W. O. Laiuiirrm. liuiliirnK, Klrvvnii I^>lllt STl U 

mil- 31 Allnn I). Conovw. liulliiliiK. Wpvpdh IWnt 4S » 

'aly 31 The Cnmnlntlrp Iniles Co., mlMi., SIivipii Point 3 00 

uly SI Slevens I'olut I.IffhlliiK Cii.. 1 rM. St.vrnii I'oliit *S « 

Ily SI K. I,. IMIL ft Co.. n'ferciirp liimkii, Stevens I'l.lnt 8 03 

ilr 31 fh'' Kdn-. KniDRli I>n-»i, rrlnl'iiB. StvTCD* I'uliit 171 OQ 

Ily 31 Frank A, Uohh. pny roll, SuiMTlur ISO 00 

j1t31 White Siullh Muiilc I'nli. Cii , uilw.. fiiiiHTlor .11 

Ulyai Mnnltowue Seating Co.. tcnnlrn. Smperlur 17 « 

uly 31 Cllthero Fnel Co.. rcimlrfl. Siipi>rlnr II « 

Illy 81 A. mhultliii, reiulT"', Hnpeilor IK M 

uly St Teti-r Mellnnnlil, rciinlm. Siiiierlor 4S 00 

July 31 X.-W.-Mnelilnr mid II'iIIpi' Woika. ri'iinir*. Superior.... liT M 

Inly 31 John Olienc. repnlr*. KmiiT'nr 10 EO 

luly 81 7,. V. Bearh. pny roll. WliiteivntFT IIP 00 

Ily ai jiihnMin Klif. Seirlc* Co., repnlra. Whltewnler 3 aO 

Ily 31 J, A. HiiBi-iiinun. ex.. ml.. InsHtnte f. 91 » 

ily 31 Allierl llnnly, ex.. Knl,. InHtllute W S; 

. .jly SI (!. II. trnniljtrBr. eipi-HBeii, vnlnrr. ln't:ii-te fO ?" 

fuly ai 11. C. Bui'll. exiieniie«. rolniy. IiiMI'i'te 1^1 23 

' ily 31 Crilln A. Seolt. expeUHOH, mbiry. Inrlli'ili- 14' 

Ily 31 E. W. Walker, eipenHCH. uilary, lii.ililiile 117 73 



Digrizpd::y^iUU' 



.yn 



Regbhts op Normal Scuools. 



lAst of Vouchers Paid, 1901-1902. 



I W. C. Ilfwlll, ralnrj-. Insltiitp 110 CO 

1 It. K. Ijivi'lniiJ. rxiii'liHi-K. KHlniy. lustillitr UH IS 

I Chlnigu & N'urtbwr>iti.'iii It]:.. e'-»<'i<il cxpi'iini-H. ItnnrO lOd VO 

1 IinproveiiiPUt Biiltt'tlii, iuIkc, Sicvcuh I'oiul. liHlikrish.. 7 £0 

L Kdim U. CrpciiflFM. gi-tipril ext>'^i''''>'> Dnnrd Gj CU 

L 8. K. KnrkwiHHl. gt^eral exopuwH. Itonnl Vn n 

1 8. 8. RoufcwoDd, I'xpeuiws, Board 9:1 72 

L II. K. BoltMi, upt^Biv, ■alnry, Inntltnlp JV) 93 

1 G. H, flprbnnl. i>x|H>nKS, snlnr)'. Iimtltatp 135 411 

I 11. Ti. Ti>riy. 'ripi'UKea. RnUry, Iniitllutp I'fi 21 

I r. R. PntUT, Pippnih--K. r<nlnr)-. Iiintltiitp P^ Zt 

[ Wm. F. 8.'ll, pippimi'ii. anlnry. luHlliutn IW M 

I Maw I). Itrntlford. eipciiKps. wilnrv. liiMlltiili- ]--> iw 

1 A. II. Fli'tpbiT. eipi'iiKCM. Biliary, liiFt liitp i'tffl 

I H. U. JnrkHOD. cippnKpn. snlnvy, ItikIIIiiIp Iffl IS 

I II. A. Whipple. FxppiiHPS. anlitry, Iimtltiil? 1 E :'2 

8 GiiMay n'ollanccr, puy rcill. Mllwniikiv 2K an 

S OuMov WollarKPr, fuel. Ilelit, Mllirniikoc ZH 

S A. R. ThompBon. pny roll. Oshhoidi 17S <M 

8 Win. niniwii. Jr., renni™, Onlikonh ^n ES 

S Auli-DuHl Klaor DrcMiiit; C».. mlsr.. OtiMiWii !S V) 

S A. C. McCliiiB & Co.. Tpteienee hoake. Oidiknhli n rH 

B Tlie MncinlUnn <■<!.. text Uonka. ORhkoili IG « 

S Luiry A. Pollpr. tuilniy. ORhkosb S) Cil 

S C. L King, linUiKng. ORlikoEb CIS! 

S T, Jrnkins. Jr., p«jr roll, I'lnttpvllle 20:i W 

* J. A. Ilpiiry. rppnlnt, riatteillle 10 J no 

S J, A. Henry, repairs, rinttevllle C7 7J 

1 J. A. Ilpnry, rppnira. riallevirie 27 25 

a J. A. Ilonry, rppnlrs. I'lnttpvMle 97 00 

S J. A. Honry, rcpalrK, riRttrvllli- inr, no 

i H. Kip nhninuipr. rppplm, I'Lnltprlllp 115 00 

i O. W. Rlclinnldon & Co.. fiirnltiirp, I'lntfpyinp 31 BO 

; AlcxaudPr II. RpvHI ft Co.. fiinillniT. rinttcvlllv «S 00 

i Thp A. H. AnilrcwB Co., furnltnre, I'lntlevlllp WOO 

i If. T. Vprrnn, rppnir*. Plnttpvllle IfB 00 

i A. A. StrphcDB. fiipl, PInltPvlHp E3 «! 

i W. II. Ovttikur. hipl. I'lntlpvllp 4112 

I F. II. I^rrt. pny roll. Rlrnr Valla Ho 00 

i Henry K. Wpilplalapilt & Cn.. fiirnltiirc, Rlvtr i-nllB.... 1100 

1 r. F. Winirr. fnmltore. Hlvpr Falla IS FO 

I Ansiiat Bporn, rppoira, Rlrcr Falls 1F9 9^ 

( N. A. NVlsnn, ropiilrs, River FoIIm « OS 

) Tuni^tpnd IIpatliiR Co., rppa vs, Itlrpr Falls 23 0» 

< It. a. Frpcninn & Ron. rppalra. Rlrpr FrIIb 18 7S 

j C.KO. L. Shprman A Co.. rpfprpxice booka. River Falls.. S 17 

i W. J. Brlor, mac., Rlvnr Falls , H 75 

I O. R, MoIJIll, payroll. RtPvouB Point 187 60 

( E. DiiDPirnn, nilw., Slpfpun Point 23 50 

i r. II. SylvpBttT. rrrorpupE liooka. Stpvpns Point 22 JB 

t Mary T>. Brailford, aalarlps. Sipvpns I'.iint »» 00 

I Allan n. Oiaovpr. lilliliUDR. Slevpng Point GO 00 

) Mrlnloah StciPoptlcon. appnr.. pab.. Stevrna Point 'R 20 

I Dpa FnrppB & Co., rpferpuce Iinoka, Ptpvena Point 73 73 

( r,iist. W. Ill-Ill, mlRp., SlEVPDB rnlnt 54 00 

I Kniniona BuiT, luIaR.. 8levpna Point 36 OD 

I F. J. FroHl. mlnr., Btevpus t>iilnt 91 00 

( Frank A. Rosa, nay roll, Buperl^T ISO no 

i ZIpeIpv Rleptrlc To., appar.. rail.. Siippvlor 'I 10 

I Np'1 & Co., repa'ra, Rupprlnr 27< Z'. 

\ Chi. Ijilioratory ftufqily & HprIp Co.. nppnr.. pa1>., Sap.. 27 79 

i Glnn & Co. rcfcrpHM* liooka. Bnpprlor 12 (K 

I Superior Mfg. Co., rppalra, Rnpprlnr 26 BS 

I Pptpr MpIiniinM, rpiinlra. Ri'iii-rlor 4"; mi 

! Diiplei Mfs. Co.. repalra. Superior '. 22 OS 

I Boliprt Acroll. repairs, Rnpprlor 4"^ eo 

rpnt. Rnperlor IT 00 

I Siiiiprlor Water, Lljtbt & Power Co.. Itgbt. n-ator n-ut, 

Snporlor 31 to 

1 Z, l". Beaeb. pay roll, Wbllpwnler 16(1 no 

I AllK-rt Sullalirrv, repaira. Whlt<-n-ntPr 17 5,1 

1 Co,!. W. Iiennla. mlar.. Wlillewatpr 60 DTi 

I o, Siuothpva. npiiar, ml)., Whlleivnlpr Bl 20 

I AIIhtI Xallaliury. lulae., W'hItpwaliT 9R nn 

i H. O'Counor ^ Son, repair*, Whitewater ffl ,._I,, 



Eefokt of tub Board of 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1901-1902. 



i Olinlirl Rrothe™, fiimltorp. Wlilti-wnfpr TSOJ 

t NortliwpsH;™ Fumlturp Co., mriilturp, V.-hltcwnte( U 00 

* W^-niisIn Cpntnii Rnllwar Co.. Benornl eipenses. Board 50 00 
i WlKcnnBln IVnlrnl RoKw*]; Co., Bfo"*! exppniips. Board SOOT 
i Wlsconalu Cpnlral Rnilway Co., gonerul eipenses. Board SOM 

t J. g. Rinpry. expc-iiHps, Board JJ «J 

( 1. Kunnbt-r Llltio. Co., Rmprnl pxpeoaps, Bonrd 11 » 

i Eiliin M. Greoiiflpld, fiPniTBl eippiisps, Bofcrd SOM 

i S. S. Itopkwood. ([pnpni! pipcnmrfi. Bonrd IM 00 

( R. 8. Ropkn-ood. BCnernl pipennea, Bonrd 6B J" 

1 I. C. MpNpUI. nilBc, ><iip(Tlor "J* 

1 <;. E. SIiLlifiwM, pxiH^useB. sBlary, Inatltule IKK 

t A. J. llHttou, pippnB.«. »mary. luBtltnte l.« »J 

t T. B. I'ruy, inliw., Stpvpim I'oldt «g 

* R. II. llnlwy. iiilw.. (l«hkoiili 19 » 

J Alfred L. Itobbliiii- Marlhi Co., appar., cab., OshkoBli.... 18 ffl 

i Kdnn CorliT. mini-.. OnlikORli « 1* 

) A. A. Tlirpaher & Son, rppalm, OBbkoah » 51 

( J. W. I.lvlnmtnn, psppnBM. Kalary. InstUnlc 336 M 

* I,. 8. Ki-elfy. Mpwi-i-H. mlarr, (nKlltute ^ SS 

I B. A. I^ynrli. piprntipii. Mlary, InMilutP JE SI 

i Tlioa. II. (h-nllp. exiwnRp*, nalory, InBtltnte 94 10 

i J. I. Jesl, I'lppnst*. mUry, Inslllatc SOM 

i A. H. Kli'tplit't. exarnaes, mlary, Inalltutc 8! 6* 

i I. C. MpXpIII. salary. la&tltalc K 00 

< M, A. Jai-kHon, eipPUHPH, fialary, IntitttiiM IM IS 

i Wm. W. UartlD. pipensi-a. anlarr, liiBlltute lO M 

i A. A. rnhuni, pijimikm, oalaiT. InHtltule ^H 

< (Irape Ilarllng Madilpn, pinpnapa, snlnry, Inirtltute los M 

( J. a: M.Trill. MiM-nses. anfarj-, InBtllule m Jl 

* C. K. I'atjpr, oipimiiPB. galnry. luetltiitp ^ 10 

I H. if. Jllbbard, osprnai*, Falnry, liiBtllutc 79 M 

1 W. C. IICH-Itt, pippiiBifi. rnlnry, Instltiilc m 00 

i a. 1^ Bnirman, cxim-iimph, Balnry, Institute ^fi 

I Carrlf J. Sui-.th, pxpcnsoii, nalnrj, Innflmio 13« W 

t W. 11. Chifvpr, PXiipnxPH. wilHry. InBlltatP M (8 

; II. A. Adrkin, exppiiwK. Bnlnry, Inatltiitp 3S6 08 

i F. II. Rpc-hriBt, pxp«'uiip>, BUlary, liiBHtiitp S5 B3 

i D. II. Hphnlor, pippiiwH, ralnry, Instltmi' 36S 14 

i I). J. tk-biiHtpr, Fini-niirii. anlnry, IiiBtltntP 113^ 

j Jiio. N. Fi.bHt. pippudps, nalary, Instltule , k^ !? 

i (ipo, R. fottpr" huWnu, Slfvcns Piiliit 'SSS S 

4 TiiiiMpad llpntiim Compiinr. liwldlnK. SIcvona Point.... J.JOO M 

i J. T. Raymitt, bUlldlDK, Oahknith *'"™ *? 

! IJ. H. Ijindenlf, npemn. InatllutP 40 61 

i \Vm. F. i>Pll. MppnBPi. nalaiT. InBlltntP MM 

i A. 11. Wi-lipt. pippfiUMi. Milary. InntlHite 120 68 

I Taylor Frvp, pxih-ubpk, (mlary, InBtitatc 'IS 12 

I W. 1-". I.UHk. p»ppn«fm iialary, luBtltnte 87 M 

i V. <!. KriiPKu, exppiiiwii, Bnlnrj-. luBtjtiite It6 IS 

i J c. nrnbain. pippoBM. BnlnTj-. ItiKtltnte 1<H )3 

i II. C. Bupll. Pi|Hii»™, mtary, Iniitltliite IW 01 

i J. P. BprgiT. pi|ipiiiH>fl. BBlnry. InatlliilP 34 » 

( 4liM. E. IlnnHa. pxih-dbpo. salary, HiKtllutp WOO 

I A. IJ. (CXi'll. pspi'nwii, Kalary, limtltntp .. 

I ChPi-tpr W. Rtuttli, psppimpw, Hilary. I — 

I W. n. SphiiH, rappnimi. salary, Inst I inn- « .= 

I L. W. Wwnl. MiH-uaPB. *a\tm. Ipn" ntp Ig LI 

I (), W. Awnrti. pspphh-b. salary. InBtltiiW 3g 19 

1 \V. Ii. Morrison. piponiirB. aAlarj, InMltute 61 10 

1 K Y nilinn pxiicnspK. salary. Institute 151 Tl 

tlWlniVir"" ZenbiBi-r. Pipt-nHi*, salary, InBtltnte 68 92 

R ntp Jonmal FrintlnB t'o„ Inel.lpntals. Instltule 31 !S 

Tbe Miirller Compnnv* bnlldlnR. tlBlikOhli 3,500 00 

W^ O. "j wren^TnllillnR. Stevens I'olut 425 00 

i (iHstaT W..llaPCiT. pay r..ll. Mil wank ee %.SKS 

i ArCbiir 11. Voin-I. reimlrs. Milwaukee » 90 

I llollpri llnriH? * Jf.ra. repairs. MM wankee 4M K 

1 (}p.i Rhniwcfee, ai>par.. i-ak. Milwaukee al i5 

ioB av WHllneier. fiipl. Ilel.t. Milwaukee 4 K2 

i Harriet IV Riiry. wibirleB. Milwaukee _ 9 00 

; A. v.. Thompson, pay r.,11 O-bKosh A.m/g 

\ V. M. IjimpwHi. repaliT. I>«hl.i«h IW 00 

i Thrwber & Son, repairs, UBbkusb a Bj 

Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUVIL 



ItEQFKTS OF NoEMAL SciiOOLS. 



List of Vowhers Paid, 1001-1902. 



i PronrPB L. Strona. unlarleg, OahkOftb H> * 

I KilKDime A. I.nok, iialnrloii, OsbkosL 7^00 

'■ Knu li. I'nriiielp, unlnrii-s, OehkoKh 10 60 

i Joiu'nhlup IlrncliTHiiu. wtlarlEMi. OiihkDBli £7 GO 

I tlailk' 1>. Tmintr. Rnlnrlcii, nabkosh Zl «A 

■ Bni'kntaff, IMwardH l.'o., mlw., Ubhkoiili J9 Ta 

i Lnnr A. Potter, anlnrleB. OnhkOBb Saw 

i T. /(ink DM. Jr., pay roll. I'lattevUle 1,S66 TO 

I Anx^cnii l.axln Priam Co.. rPTwilrB. I'InttcvllLo K TO 

i Kiiilth riTmlM Typewriter Co., mlw;., I'lnlli-ville 12 TO 

i R II. I^nl. pay roll. Klver FnllH 2,293 BO 

> fill. Ijili. finpply ft Sralp Co.. nppar. rub.. Hirer Talla 43 IR 

• Queen ft Co., appar, eab., Itlver FhIIb 6 33 

; WelleBKley Vanniitta. Ilctit. River Knils 5 33 

i O. K. MclHI!. par roll, Sleveng I'oliit 2.K5 SO 

i Jneoli Selilcilel. repairs, Steveiia I'oliit 12 ^ 

i C. Kremlm ft Co.. repulrs, Stevens I'olnt 11 23 

> V. Kremlin ft Bro.. repairs. SteveiiB I'olut 1" 50 

; a. A. smart, repairs, Ste.eiia I'olnt US 50 

i V. r. Atnell. rppalr*. Stcvend Point 108 ^ 

> Ht. i't. Water Co., water rent. Stevens Point V»< m 

I r)i«. It. Poller, Imlldlug, St evena Point 1,K3 »1 

• Kraiik A. Uosh. pa; rolT, Superior 2,376 00 

i C. i:. Waablinrn. repalm, Supi^rlor. ITIOO 

• K. J. llonard. mine.. Huperlor & V. 

• Kelly & May, repairs, tfuiwrlnr iS S( 

; Slip. Wnter. Lisbt & ['ovft-r Co., llBht. water, rent, Sup, 31 OC 

i Airri'il li. lloliiiiH-Martlu Co.. appnr., rail., Superlur 4K SI 

i II, P. CowiliD, rurultuw, Superior 5« « 

; 8iiiiderliiiiil It tMmtiiler, uilw., Superior LSril m 

• II. V. Cuwdlu, rcpalm, Sanerlor 15 OC 

■ Peier MrDuiiHlil. Ti?|Mlrs. Superior Vila 

i Peter MrDonald, Tepnlra, Suiierlor ^ nx 

i •/,. p. Ile.ieh, pay n>ll, WUItewater S.KCS TO 

i »'hl. Ijili. KuppiT ft IkBlC Co., anpur., pal.., Wbltcwator., 175 11 

i ttlar Wall riutali -{lo., wrnVt*. WUItewater 9 8? 

i II. K. Cmler, repnlri, WBltewntcr 2h 46 

1 K. L. Williams, repalra, Whitpwnter SJ yi 

• Paiton Cuuipnnr. fbrnltnrc. WhltenntiT \i 20 

I U. Mouera Luiupnny, repairs Whilvwnler 129 23 

i Wis Centrsi Hallway Co., fen. eipenae. nonrd 50 TO 

1 8. B. Itookwood, salary, Seerctary, Koaril IbIi OO 

i S. 8. KnekwooiL npenoea. tonnl 6 10 

< }Miin H. (Irernfleld, salary, elcrlc. Board 6ii 00 

i F. A. Itnsa, renent'H ex|M-ni>e, Board a 13 

i C. D. Keiip. ex|ien*pi>, aalar.v, InstUnte ion 40 

> Jobu Callaban. rspenaea. salary. lustltnte Tri 13 

I Kllu L. lilnk, eipcnwii. salary. Inffllliite h% 00 

1 F. F. Rhowem, pipensea, mlary, Inatltotc 4ii 40 

i II. A. Adrian, Mpenai'B, salary, Inalltrle 1:9 aO 

: W. J. I'ollurk, oxpcuHFH, Mlary, Institute 91 72 

I 3. T. Hooper, aalary. Institute 3!> no 

) Wm. I'!. Andwaon, expenae. salary. liiKtttDte E2 E2 

; O. J. Rehu^ter, exiwime, aatary, Inmltnte 1Ij2 09 

> W. 11. IPrknk, eipeDMW, salary, Inxtltnlo ]1k 33 

} F. K. Owbrlat, exiienaea:, Milaiy, Inalltule . OS 12 

i A. A. 1'phnni, pspnnaiit, aalary, Inatltiile 75 n 

i \V, II. (Tieevrr, expeuwea, aalary. lustltnte 13:! Oj 

i A. U. Olwni, expcnaea. Inatltnte 2'i 03 

; <leo. K. Ilnnaa, cilienaeH. aalary, InHlltnte M! 20 

i AllHTt Ilaniy, eipeiiapa, aalary, Iiiailtme l.ia 22 

1 W. I.. Mnrrlwin. eiiK-narn. aalary, Inatltutc 62 5» 

i n. li. llenlieasey, PKiienanp. Ini>tltnte 16 Jfl 

i li. W. liehranil. Fxpmiiea, salary. InKtllBte 67 70 

i 3. F. Shiis, ex|H»ni>ea, aalair, InsMtUle 110 28 

i <i C. KliutlH, exiieaaea, aalary, iDstKn'p J'^XS 

• Thou. W. noyee. ei|ienaea, salary, IiiHtltutc ]'-3 05 

i F. !■:. IV.tr, e:t|ienw^, salary, Inatllule IIJ H 

i C. E. l-acier. eipenaea, salary, Inatlriite 1^1 37 

i J. ir. nrrsen. expenwa, salary, Instllnle fi7 « 

; Cm. r. Kbults, i-xiieiiNFa. fnlary. InHlltute 11(7 ST 

i Wbltewaler Water Worka Cn., water rent. Whil-'.valer. 75 TO 

i Marv 1. MeFnililea. antnry. InMItiite ^TO 

i F.. W. Walker, exix-naes. Kilary. Inatltnle 4ft2 60 

> Wla. Ceuiral Ity. Co., bnlldlnz, Oab., Stevens PoluE ll-» '>• 



^dnyCoqgle 



ReporI of the Boabd op 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1901-1902. 



i Alvln Rellett, MHIdlng, Osbkosb COO 

> J. T. Rnrcralt. building, O^kosh 2.000 00 

I UiiMrt Wollneger, pay roll, Milwaukee 3,U9 7S 

I Chsrli'B MpKenn}-, wilHriPB, Mllwuukpe 10 M 

I L'hl, Loll. Rupplr & Scale, Bppar., call.. Milwaukee V&ta 

I Edwin E. Howell, appnr,, oJi.. Milwaukee US 00 

! K. C. KuptempTer, rppnira, Mllwankp* 17 60 

1 FPtte t Mpj-er Coal Co., fuel. Mllwaukpe 1& 3S 

I GuKlar WoilnrKPr. fuel. llRht. Milwaukee II U 

I A. N. Mcfpr. water rent. Mllvrankeo ISM 

! A. E. TbompBon. pay roll, Oebkoati 4,]!B 75 

I Tbomaf Charles Cnmpaar, niln;., OsUkosh Gl 60 

I Shaw Wniker ConipaDy, rornltnre. Osbkoxh 15 00 

t TlintnnB Charles Comnany. furn.. tnlm'., Oahkoah IT 2» 

I Couk & BrowD Lime Co., fuel. OBhkosh M 9S 

i Raclie D. Tanner, anlnrlpB. OxhkoBh ....) 10 SO 

I May iMbet Kay. salnrleB. OtibkaBh IS 60 

i Maud B. CurtlsB. mlsc, OahkoBb SOS 

! Kugpnie H. Wleae, snlary. Oghkoah BM 

I l.npy A. Potter. Balary, OnhkoBh SO 00 

< Oahkoab Gas IJebt Co.. tiipl. llRbt, OBbkoab KSt 

i T. Jpnklns, Jr.. pay roll. Mnttpvllle S,6«E 00 

.. .... _t H. KiPlnbammer. repairs. Plntlevllle !SS 00 

77 Oct. 23 F. H. lAirrt. pay roll. Klvcr FhIU S,S92 SO 

7S Opt. 23 Ppndent filohe Co.. appar. paK. niver Falls 17 00 

79 Oct. 23 Library Bureau, (urnlfurp. River Falla 15 « 

m Opt. 23 O. B. MrDlll, pay roll. Btpyeufl Point 1, SOI 50 

>i Oct iq Ella firlffln. aalarlea, Stevens Point 7M 

( John Norton, repnlra. Stevena Point J60 

I I.yon A Ilenlpy. furniture, ateiens Point IdO 00 

I F. A. Rons, nay roil. Superior 2,4M 00 

i I. C. MeNelir, misc.. finperlor 12 » 

t Peter MeDonnld, salaries. Superior *> 00 

i Z. p. Beapb. par roll, Whitewater l,BBO 7S 

) Rnp. 'Watur. I.lKbt & Power Co.. Ilffht, water rent, Sup. 4T 6ti 

) BauhPb St Jjimh Opt. Co.. anuar., c;ah,, Superior TS 47 

{ r. I. KIntt, bulldlnK. OahkoBb 20 11 

) W. & r^ B. Ourlpv. appar., enli.. Whitewater 150 00 

! BauBPh & Ixirab Ont. Co.. nppar.. ™li.. Whitewater M 9S 

I Cbl. iJih. Bunpiv ft Soale Co., Whitewater 55 13 

I Demoprat I'rlntlnjt Co., funeral eippnse, Board ■ ■■ 47 BO 

! Ohleoiro ft Northweatem Ry. Co.. Ben. ex.. Board BO 00 

I Edna M, Greentleld. neopral expeunp. Board 00 00 

I R. S. Ropkwood. salary, Seeretnr.ir. Bonrd 150 00 

1 R. S. Roekwood. expeuKP. Seerelary, Board 317 

1 J. Q. Emery, eipenae. Board <B 60 

t n. I.. IJennpfisy. salary. luBtltule JS 00 

1 J. W. Urlngston. eippnse, salars". Inatltute 63 11 

1 J. K. turns. eip^'Uses. aalary, InstKutc 261 OB 

J G. B. Mplllll, rpKenta" expense. Board 47 70 

I P. II. Lord. rpBenlB- enpense. Board 32 80 

t Whitewater Elec. I.t, Co.. llRbt, Whitewater 36 80 

I Chi.. Mil. A St. Paul R.V., Ren. pi.. Board BO 00 

I OuBlnv WnllaeEer, pay roll. Mliwaiikee 1.073 £5 

) Northwestern Furnltnre Co., furoltum, Milwaukee 130 00 

jrw ,>oT. a) H. Moopra Company, repairs, Milwaukee 7fi 00 

110 Not. 20 I. N. Ultphell, appar. eab.. Milwaukee 3 40 

111 Not. » Jos. L. Cox. repairs, Milwaukee 46 00 

112 KoT. 20 Gnatnv WollBeRer. fuel. Ilfibt. Milwaukee 23 AG 

"~ "■ "1 Asa M. Royce. mlae.. HDwaukeu 1019 

) E. C. Case. mlsr.. Utlwankee 9 06 

) Geo. F. Bell, mlse.. Mllwankee COO 

) (has. HeKonny, mlae., Milwaukee 10 W 

> Chan. MpKenny, misc.. Milwaukee 10 00 

) A. B. Thompson, pay roll. Oshkoab 4,!3T SO 

} Darton Slate Eaael Co., bullillnii. Oahkoah 460 16 

1 The Mneiier Co.. iinllillng. Oshkosh 1,700 « 

} J. T. Knvpmft. bnlldlne, Oshkohb 000 M 

) Mav Isaiiel Kay, Balarrea, Oubkonb 2130 

) Charles McKenny, mlse.. Mllwankep 4 00 

) The Slnrttan Co.. furniture, ()BhkoaU 18 S 

) Alt Metal Conatrn.-liim Co.. furnllure, Oshkosh WOO 

) Lury A. Totter, salaries, OahkoBh 20 00 

) Sadie D. Tanner, salaries. Onhkonh 10 20 

) F. A. riummer C^ompaiiy, mliic., Osbkoali G tS 

Di;;-izp.i:-y^iUUVIL 



EeQENTS Ot KoEMAX ScUOOLS. 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1901-1902. 



ITS Nut. M 



m Nov 
US Nov. 
1£B Not. 





Nov 






























































































































































































































?« 





L. D. Harmon & Son, mlic. Oshko^ 1G3 00 

II. V. LeTereui, uilsp., OHhkOBh 8 91 

V. U. I.ampiKin, n-iiilis, UmIiIeosIi HDD 

A. R. Cnadv, ii|.-riil, iiilxi-., 0»li., StcVL-im I'uliit la DO 

Bnrimn, Muyec & Ih)tii|iki-, buiMlut;, Ushkottb 1,(00 00 

Lain AiliiaiM. wilaflvti, ciKtil:i>8b 8 00 

T. Jruklnn, Jr.. iiny roll. I'tntteTllle S.TIO 00 

A. A. liphnui. uilw.. I'lflUtTiUe 11 Oi 

V. F. UiinilHI. ruriilturo. riirterlllc 15U 

F. H. IiatiS. jMf roll, ItlTcr Kails 2,405 «) 

G. A. Rufimlau'n. furniture, Ulvcr Falls 2 60 

Qulm-y Silow Vaee V".. (iiniHurc, Ulyer I'alls 1120 

O. \f. NeiT('oml> & Co., fiirlilliire. RIvtr Falla It S 

A. W. Hiiiil, fiirriilurc, UIvit Falls 2 60 

WellesJpy Vnniiiitta. Ilpht. Klver Falls » 49 

Sleveus * UoImtImu. fonilInre. Ulver Falls 4 «0 

TV. J. Brier. nilBf., Klvor Foils G 30 

Baiisi'ti & Iiomli Upt. Co.. npiiar., <^li., Itlver Falls 6 BS 

8. A. Berkemi'j-er, repnlrH, lllvpr Falls H 23 

D. F. Bttrnhnm. misc., ItlTer Falls 21 Gl 

J. A. Morrill, misc.. Hirer Falls 13 40 

Jobn P. Bird, misc.. Ilher Falls 13 M 

<). K. MoDMl, pay loll, Stcvpns I'olut g,9«i2 60 

Goo. It. I-otter. linllillns, Stevens I'ulnt :.... S,G3G OE 

Dayton Slate Knsel Compnny, building, Stevens Point... 5S9 33 

K. A. Cook, fuel, Stev.ns folpt 168 SJ 

W, O. Lamoreni. bulldluit. Slevons Point 680 00 

A. (1. Green, fuel, Stevens Toliit 105 00 

G. K. MrDlll (Cnnorer), liullUlne. Stevens Tolnt 289 31 

I'htllip Gross llai'd. Compnny, hulldlns, Sterens Point... «0 00 

Frank A. Ross, pay roll, Superior 2,490 00 

Jennie LIstinnii, salarl<>s, Superior 2S 09 

NortbtreBtem Moeb. tc Boiler Works, repairs, Superior.. 97 60 

A. I.,. Kwtng, nilse., Superior 14 30 

II. F. Coirilin, farnltnre, Superior 23 50 

Oiren Wllllauin. salaries, Superior 9 75 

F. B. Doty. mlKc., Superior « 14 

Northwestern Fuel Co.. fnel, Superior 181 09 

Z. r. neacb, pay roll. Wbllewater S.8K 09 

C. I. King, mlBP., Whlten-ater 4 86 

John IV'Inn, misc.. Wbltewater 48 00 

W. C. Hewitt, eipenses. salary, InBtltute BO SO 

<'., M. JIl St. Paul Ily.. sen. ex.. Board 100 00 

State Journal Printing Co., ecneral eipenaca. Board 1 00 

Tuiiatend l-.eatluK Co., hnll<llug. Stevens Point 3,500 00 

J. Q. Kuiery, reEeuta. expunfo. Board 5180 

Kdna M. GreGnticli, icencm] eipenBen. Board 60 00 

a S. Roekwood, Eenerat eipens.-B. Hoard 160 00 

S. 8. Roeknood. (teneral expenses. Hoard 24 23 

C. & Northwestern Railway, een. ex., Board 150 00 

F. A. HOKS. rpRpnt's expenBP, Bonrd 42 65 

Wlsrons'n Central Ralln'sy Co.. gen. ex.. Board 50 OO 

Gattav WoIlaigiT, pny roll, Milwaukee S, SOS 00 

J. A. ITaBPniiiiin, mlsr., Mlln-iukee 32 31 

Charles MiKeuny, misc., Milwaukee 10 00. 

(.-UBtKT WollnegiT, mlsi'., Milwaukee 33 EG 

Getlier & Dreliert, aupar., cab., Mltwtmkee 6 20 

M. C. Mead, misc.. Milwaukee 19 72 

A. F,. Thompson, pay roll, Oshkosh 4,3^00 

May Isabel Kny, salaries, Oshkosli 19 00 

Oshkosb Elei'trlc Liglit & Power Co., llgbt, Oshkosb 34 40 

American School Fiirnltore Co.. tnrnltuie, Oshkosb.... 113 25 

W. II. DbtIb. reterenre books, nsbkosh 40 Ou 

I.uey A. Potter. BalaHes, Oi^hkoBb 20 00 

Standard Rrhool Furniture Co.. furniture. OsbkOBh 15 92 

F^igenle Welse. salaries. Oslikosh 4 80 

Oah. Gas Light Co.. fuel, llslit. Oshkoah 20 SO 

nshkosh Gas I.t. Co.. fnel. TlRht. Gshkosh 24 B5 

SUidle D. Tanner, wilarlps, Oshkosb 9 40 

Cblengo I>al). Supply & Scale Co.. apimr., cab.. Oshkosh.. 29 65 

Cook% Brown Lime Co., fuel. OshkoBh 923 91 

W. G. Maiey, water rent, Osbkosh 92 50 

T. Jenkins, Jr.. pay roll, Platteville 2,710 00 

J. A. Henry, repairs. PlntteTllic SO 77 

U, C. Dn-il. wrm-.. Plafle.llle „,„ g d 



Report op the Boaed ot 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1901-190S. 



ne lipf. 13 J. At 

Z17 »ec. IS W. tj 



1, Hlvi-r 



.[Idliin 



r Knlls... 



1 T. J.TiT;;ii». Jr.. toe]. I'int 

I l\ 11. i^.nl. !«>■ roil. UWi- 

I X. A. .\rlriiii, tn.u tun', i 

I A. T. Cancll, n-|H<Ire, HI 

I U. t:. Mi-lt.ll. iHij- rull. t 

I I:nuM-h & Luiiili Opt. " 

I Kti'tiiii! I'l. Water <-> 

I li. A. t'o-k, flip,, StcTcail'ulut... 

I «•><>. II. iviicr, luliilinit. Ktpvpnii I'lilnt... 

I Zli'Clcr Ari">»irnB Co.. K[.pur.. nil>.. »t<-v<-i 

I C. A. tW'lii'iik, City Irvoh., m'.tv.. Kli-vi-us 1 

' -— — '1,^ ■-"' 



Dt, UKM'tL 



B t'nlnt 



21 S tee. 18 S 



IB WlUt... 



I Whltowntpr WntPr WLs, Co., wnHr n-nt, Whltpwnter. . 

I Wliltpwntcr f.lve. T.t. Co., Ilftbt, Wbltewotor 

I Fmuk A. Itiinx. pajr roll, 8u|H-rlor 

I Jonuli' I.lHtuiiiii. KRhtrlen, fluiwrlnr 

I Ku]i. Wnti-r. l.l|clic ft I'owi'r t'li., Ilfcbt, water rent. Sop.. 

I Nui'tbwi-Kii-rn hncl Co., fiirl, Ruprriot 

I On'cn WllllnuiH. HHEarlmi, Hiini-i'lor 

t !U<[). n*nt>T. l.tKlit & IMwi-r Co., IlKht. 1 

I Jniiiiw Rfiiiuiin. nlipar., enli.. " *■ 

I F. II<-iiiy Mmt, iiiIiw.. WIiL..-.....- 

I l)i>H ForKi'h ft Co.. rt-I. liwikH. fin It ■■villi: 

lira, OKhkOHli.. 

lOiiK'ry. i>x|ii-iiit(-s. Himnl 

M. urpfuilcld. Ei^ni-liil rxnt-uivii. Board — 

S. S. ItiH-kwuiid. xainry, thvrctnrf, UuHril 

Blntt Jniirnnl I'rlDtlnK Co., iko. «., Hoard 

" " "-kwuftil, Buuei'dl fsnpiiHc*, Board 

...,„. . (liniMin, Irnddi-ntnV liwlitulp 

Jny A. Illniiinu Tot. ft KUv. Co.. liulldlng. 0«lik 

J. T. R.iycTnn, linllilinK. OHlikonb 

Unyrnifl. Miyi-r & Dnnipkr. 1iiiliilliij(, OahkoHh.. 

K M. IjiniiiHun, rrpaira, Oihkiwli 

Irn KdwuiilM, liulidliiK, DRlikUHli 

\Vm. ^Yal('rM. l.ulUlliiB. OxUk.wh 

" itav WollntrKur. uay roll, Mllwanti'i'... 



I 1. g. 1:111 



237 Dm-. IS Taylor ft (III 



. 6 ('lias. McKfony, lulsr.. Mliwatikrv... 



W7 Ki'1). e 



Chi. I.ali. Humitr ft Scale Co., auiHir., 
Di« ForECK ft t*o.. n-f. bookm MlVwai 
<iuHtav Wolloctcer, fuel, liKht. Mlln-i 



r., call., MUiraukec 



, Mllwi 



ITI F.'l.. S II. . 



__. _. TliiiiiiiiiwiD, pay rail, tiniikiwb 

i >:<lwli] F. I'IcrcT. rtiialm. (ixlikcwh 

i Jiihn Mill) on. repalre. OMbhoHli 

I May ImIipI Kay. anlarlca, OidikoHb 

• I.nry A. IVilter, Malarlnt. OnhkuHb 

i Sndlr t). Tannic, aalarlm, ItelikDHli 

i A. C. Mrl'liin; ft Co., rpf. boohK. Oiihkosli 

i ('riiipine Mdw. Co.. mlai!., Oshkoah 

i OKlikooh Kin-. I.lEbt ft Power Co., Ilffht, Oshkosti... 

> T. JeiiklnH. Jr., pay roll. riatlPville 

> TliiHi. II. lieutle, uilnrlca, Plattpvllle 

i Ainerlrnn l.unter Prlaiii Co., n-p.iira, PntlevElle 

i J. A. Ileiiry. rcjialra, Ilalterllk- 

i T. Jcnklnii. Jr.. Iiiel. Plaltevltle 

i Fliil. 1>. Ilinderehnt. Jr., water rent, Plalteville ... 

i PlntteTllle KLi-o. LlRbt ft Powi-r Co.. IlKbt, PlutCcv 

i T. Jeiik IIR. Jr.. Ifit booka. Plalterille 

i Mr*, n: II. Wllllaiiii. oaJarlei'. Pluttorlttc 

"'. U. I,«r<l. piiy r 



. II. Fl< 







nilHe.. HIvcr 


Fa! 






lliy'n^.-kl'i: 






















AlUBW 




ei 



. River FiillH 

. Klver Falln 



Di:;-iz?.i:-y^iUUV 



Reokxts of I^OKMAL St'irOOLS. 



List of Vouclters Paid, 1901-1902. 



KB Feb. G City nf Blvfr Fallii, wnter rent. 1 
aO fpli. i The Diurd Art l-ub. Co.. furii. I 
. fuel, Itlver Falls. 




[, Bteveii' I'olLt"."! 

■„ buliaing. aipv.u„ .„■„,.... a/iM 

--, - Fhllllp CriHss IIJw. Co., bulldlDE SlevfllB I'olut y7 Hi 

g! >:'■,"■ I h «■••'"■ "i"-. stt?.;. Kilt "■.•.■.■.■.■,:■.■.;::■.:■.■.■.•.:■.;■.■■. ,51 

s K: I ?s"r%,.'.rs«."Cvi.far '■°'" km 

S C*i'- S ;> S '";'■'"?.'' =•>•"' i.i=i'»a»">™w'viini::::;::::; Sg 

fflJl Fell. B L. i". Mocn. mlw., Slevi-us Toint 9 ti 

3U7 Feb. G Dell Klnit. twi. SteveUB I'olr.t..": r? 5 

aw Feb. 6 S. Y. Ilcutley, .nel, Stevens 1-olnt -! « 

300 I'-elj. G IHiir & uWcr. nils... Stevcna I'ol, i ^1 S 

310 Fell, G HaroW B. Culver. uiIm... Ste'eiia i" at Ti 

311 Fell. 6 Ktia (irllHn. salaries. Steveiw I'niut G m 

813 leb. e belmU I-hmiiirrniitil.; Co.. misc., Saprrlor aS 

olB I'fli. G J, 8. IIeiulu<rar, anpar., cati. Kuiiit or i^ SI 

»« KT I £-c.urN>iii7«pn?.'r'«i...HG,J2ZV.":;::::::::^ ^gfS 

?!!; f. ? & ■*.- I^neh, miK., Hnperlor 22 6i 

?l? t*"'.*- \ >ortUweHteni Fuel Co.. /del. Snpprlor 6« "a 

S i'".*"." n" .'!!!"'?'*■ wilnr.esj Supprlor 4 50 



321 Fi 

Sti Feb. S White' 



h, imr ri 



MS *eb. S F. C. Kiwr. m sa, Whitewater 57 m 

326 Frl>. S John A. Ilnaelwuuil, Bilw.'. Whlteivnter f i rn 

327 FH.. 5 C. W. Uo.'kB-ell, fnrulture, Whliewiiter v T, 

32« Feb. E Wheeler & Tratt, mlw.. Whitewater «: ,n 

329 Feb. 6 Whllewniet Klec. Llcht Co., ll|.'h( Whie water a: K 

«J fc'^" t ^"^i "t; KuM"'; '"'"C-. Whitewater Z.,2 OO 

!i5 S.''!"- ? i'.y- Kuiery, ItetC-uta- expeuae, Bimnl « Si 

m Jeb. 6 Edua M. OreMiHeld. Benemi exp,.n«™. lS.mr.1 mm 

%i t*"'' t 2.- ?; !*;''''"«""■ Heeretnrjr'i wlary. Bonn] ].:o m 

S3B Feb. E K. O. Ciarli. eiiieuKGa, Boanl IJ^ (iO 

H Ir]*- \ S"'''™';? * No"&w-,ieni Ky.. Ren. ex., Loard.:;;::::::" [imo 

id! Feb. S H. B. itcH'kwnuil. Hen. ex., Biinril gK fij 

^o £''!'■ 1 fi,- <-'; «inv<»j eipeuH-a. insiitntp ;:::;.";;.';;";.'; ism 

3CD Feb. S Chnvlea MeKeuiiy, lulw.. Ulln-nukee.. . in AO 

S? v'l'' I f:'!'"'!'" '■ KliiR. InilMlnit. n-nalra OshitoaU, I'laltevliii" 110*1 

Wl bell. 5 ( liarleK I. lunit. biilldliiK. OMbkmb ;j fT 

»)3 Feb. G O- .\. Toner, bulidlnc <TbIiIi.«Ii ......" IN H 

SI? S'l'- S i-en. It. Flitter. Iwlliliup. Htevcna I'olut 2 243*9 

V^- £■■'■ I I"n«tea.l ll.-utiiuCo.. TiullfllnB. Hteveus I'nhit i 5 B ffl 

343 Feb. E Tiionteail Healing Co., linlK.lnc. tiif^eua I'.i nt in r7i 

146 Fpb. E It. A. (-■inU, fuel. HteveiiB I><.tnt 1 fli" 9 

347 Feb. 6 Ktarh Dnii. <'o.. furniture, MIe vena l>r>[nt s i i 

34S Feb. E tjn.-en * Ci.. lue.. apiiar.. nib.. Siip.'ilnr is i-i 

31» Feb. G Am. IIi-atlnB C.I.. repalra. Superior ZRW 

.-60 Feb, S O. Sniolher-i. r.-iMi r». Whlteivnl.T "iS 

Kl Feb. E AllHTt SiilaliH'v, np|mr.. ele.. Whilewntir "« iu 

Z-Jl Feb. 5 K. It. Xl'-liot- & Co.. rep.ilra. Whllennier |-, 5 

Va Feb. E II. J. O'Cuuuiir. aCatlonery, Whltetvalvr C3 CS 



:yCOOgIe 



HePORT oil" THE BoAfiD OB" 



List of Vouchers Paid, 1901-190$. 



*.* Fth. 5 Frnnlc P. Ilair, mlBC, Whitewater 43 U 

355 Feh. 6 L. M. Cioodbue & Son, forDltare, WhItewBter S 10 

356 Fell. B H. K. Cutler, repalfH, Suiwrlor St S 

»7 Fpli. 5 E. Bonoett, 8r., repaita, Whitewater . 2eE4 

S8 yell. E Charles MeKeany, misc., Hllwaakee 12 SS 

SfiS Feb. G It. H. Ilalsey, mlae., OBhlEosh nil 

UO Feb. 6 11, 11. Halaey, miac., OBhkosh 1115 

..1 Fell. 6 D. McGregor, misc., Platlevllle J» « 

Sgz Feb, e W. J, Brier, mlBC, River Falls IS 70 

3S3 Feb. G T. B. Pray, mlac.. Slevcna Point 22 91 

set Feb. G I. C. McNeill, mlgc., fioperlor S! 4G 

3C6 Feb. G I. C. UeNelll, misc., Superior 2S (fi 

266 Feb. 5 Albert SBlleburx, misc.. Whitewater , GEO 

367 Feb. E Albert Bullabury, misc.. Whitewater 22 2C 

368 Feb. G Z. P. Bench, expenaes, scrrlce, Board 2V 7S 

369 Feb. G A. li:. ThompaoD. expenses, aervlec. Board VSt6 

37n f'eb. 6 J. Q. Emery, eipeuses, service, Boaril , 27410 

371 Feb. G (3. R. MeDllI. cipenBes. BCrrice. Board 2I» 99